New Delhi: Aadhar card has become a mandatory document which is required everywhere for identification and other functions. It is also used to obtain income and residence certificate of the bank. In such cases, many people do not have a hard copy of their Aadhar card; Instead, they use e-Aadhaar. As a result, many doubts have arisen regarding the validity of e-Aadhaar. Is it used for any government or non-government work? All this information will be sent to you in this section.
According to the information given on the UIDAI website, the e-Aadhaar card is as valid as the hard copy of your Aadhaar card. Since it is accessed digitally through the Internet, it is called e-Aadhaar. E-Aadhaar is another name for the password protected electronic replica of Aadhaar. It is digitally signed by the competent authority of UIDAI. If you want to download it you can get it https://uidai.gov.in/ Or https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in contact. Also read: Bank Holidays In October: Banks To Be Closed For 13 Days From Today View Full List
As per the Aadhaar Act, e-Aadhaar is as valid as the physical copy of Aadhaar for all purposes. This is acceptable anywhere there is digital work. You can keep a hard copy of both Aadhaar and e-Aadhaar. If you want to know more about the validity of e-Aadhaar, visit here https://uidai.gov.in/images/uidai Ohm on base validity. PDF.
If you need an e-Aadhaar card and want to get one, you must first have an Enrollment Number or Aadhaar Number. You must also have a registered mobile phone number. You must include your full address of residence.
If you want to download it, you can do so by entering its enrollment number or Aadhaar number. Complete with full name and pin code. OTP is sent to the mobile number entered during the download process. Residents can also use TOTP instead of OTP for downloading e-Aadhaar.