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Bangalore: Exclusive Aadhaar centres for elderly, disabled

Friday, 28 June 2013 - 2:34pm IST | Place: Bangalore | Agency: dna

  • Mohan Kumar B N dna

To help disabled people Aadhaar-compliant, the state government on Thursday launched exclusive Aadhaar enrolment centres at various places across the state.

After inaugurating a model Aadhaar enrolment centre, chief minister Siddaramaiah said 50 per cent of the population in the state have already enrolled their names at such centres and 35 per cent of them have been issued Aadhaar cards.

“More Aadhaar centres will be opened at various places across the state to enable the people enroll their names. So far, 10 lakh beneficiaries who have Aadhaar cards have availed of the direct benefit transfer (DBT) facility,’’ the chief minister said.

Apart from setting up model Aadhaar enrolment centres, the state government has also made arrangements for setting up appointment-based enrolment centres and call centres for providing information on enrolment centres and the process, launch of e-Aadhaar services through Bangalore One centres and Karnataka One centres, and the launch of a special enrolment drive for disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of society.

“Now, we are focusing on vulnerable sections of society. Separate counters will be set up for pregnant women, the physically-challenged, transgenders, and senior citizens. Those who have already enrolled their names can check the status of their Aadhaar card at Bangalore One centres,’’ said DS Ravindran, chief executive officer, Centre for e-Governance.

Call Centres
To know about Aadhaar (enrolment centres in Bangalore City, enrolment procedure, documents required, etc) residents may call up the department call centre number 080-4455 4499 or 9243700100. The UIDAI has created a website wherein residents can find out the status of his/her enrolment/generation of UID number. This facility will be extended to the residents of Bangalore city through selected Bangalore One Centres and in the districts of Tumkur, Mysore and Dharwad through Karnataka One Centres. Citizens can avail of this facility by visiting these centres. Service charges will be applicable.


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BBMP ward office, Rajarajeswarinagar

Balakrishna Rangamandira, Rajarajeswarinagar

Vivekananda Rangamandira, Shalini Park, Jayanagar

BBMP Ward Office, Begur Road, Bommanahalli

BBMP Ward Office, Rajajinagar

BBMP Ward Office, Bagalgunte

BBMP Ward Office, Netaji Circle, Mattikere

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You can visit www.ceguid.karnataka.gov.in and book an appointment for enrolment.

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BBMP Office, Hudson Circle

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