Aadhaar is a 12 digit unique identification number issued by the UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) for every Indian on behalf of the Indian Government. The Aadhaar card can be availed by every individual and it serves as both identification and residential proofs.
Once people are done with the application process, they can print their Aadhaar card online.
The process of downloading the Aadhaar card online is very simple. You will need a computer and an internet connection for the same. To download the card, you will also need your enrolment number or Aadhaar number.
Here’s a step by step guide to how you can download Aadhaar online:
1. Visit the UIDAI website www.uidai.gov.in
2. Click on the download Aadhaar option
Visit the e-Aadhaar website.
Choose ‘Enrolment ID’ or ‘Aadhaar’.
Enter your Aadhaar number or Enrolment ID and other details such as name, PIN code, mobile number, etc.
Click on ‘Get One Time Password’.
You will receive the password on your phone via a text message.
Input the OTP and click on ‘Validate and Download’.
The e-Aadhaar card will be downloaded on your computer.
Only those individuals who have registered their valid mobile number with Aadhaar will be able to update it online. Since online transactions are OTP authenticated, registering your mobile number with Aadhaar becomes mandatory.
If you are using the Self Service Update Portal (SSUP), you can update your demographic details (name, address, date of birth, gender, mobile, and email).
Login using your Aadhaar number.
How to Download Aadhaar Card with Name and Date of Birth?
Once your Aadhaar is approved you don’t have to wait to receive it at your mailing address, you can directly download it online. One of the best ways to get your Aadhaar is by downloading it online. However, it’s necessary to have your Aadhaar enrolment number and Aadhaar card number to download it. In case you have lost your Aadhaar number and enrolment number, then you can download e-Aadhaar card with your name and date of birth.
Firstly you will have to visit the UIDAI website.
->You will have to enter all the details like the full name, address, registered mobile number in the fields.
->Once you enter all the details, you will have to click on “get OTP” button. After the verification of your details from the UIDAI database, you will receive an OTP in the next few minutes.
->Enter the OTP and click on submit button. You will receive an email or SMS with the ->enrolment ID details once you click on the submit button.
->Once you receive the Aadhaar enrolment number, you can go to the e-Aadhaar page on the official UIDAI website.
->Click on “I Have” option and tick the enrolment Id option.
->Fill in your full name, Aadhaar enrolment number, and pincode.
->After this, you will have to enter the text shown in the image in the textbox.
->Do not forget to enter your mobile number next to the textbox and click on Get One Time Password.
->You will receive an OTP and enter that OTP.
->Once you complete all these steps click “done” button and just click on “validate and download” option and your process of downloading the Aadhaar number with name and date of birth is complete.
->How To Download Aadhaar Card With Enrollment Number (EID)?
->The acknowledgment slip contains vital details that will help you in obtaining your ->Aadhaard card. One of the most important information you will find is the enrollment number (EID) and time stamp. Using the EID and time stamp,
you can download the Aadhaar card from the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)’s website. The steps you need to follow are listed below:
Visit – www.uidai.gov.in
->Under the Aadhaar Online Services, select Download Aadhaar
->You will be redirected to e aadhaar web page
->Use your acknowledgment slip to enter your 14 digit EID and the time stamp
->Enter your name, pin code, mobile number and image captcha to generate an OTP
->The OTP will be sent your registered mobile number
->Enter the OPT to validate your request
->You Aadhaar card will be automatically downloaded to your computer
->Use your area pin code as password to open the PDF file
->The PDF file has your Aadhaar card that can be printed. The printed copy can be used as an original document.
->If you do not have the acknowledgement slip or the enrollment details, you can refer to
UIDAI’s website to retrieve lost EID. Here’s what you need to do:
Visit – www.uidai.gov.in
->Under the Aadhaar Online Services, select Retrieve Lost ‘UID/EID’
->Make selection to receive your lost EID
->Enter your full name, email or mobile number, and security captcha to get an OTP
->You’ll receive an OTP on your registered mobile number
->Use the OTP to validate your request
->After OTP verification, you will be provided with your enrolment details.