Finding an aadhaar seva kendra becomes important if you are to sign up for aadhaar for yourself or any member of your family. You will also need to visit your nearby aadhaar seva kendra to update your existing aadhaar with the new cell phone number or address. India’s Unique Identification Authority (UIDAI) provides easy ways to find your nearest Aadhaar Seva Kendra, also known as the Aadhaar Enrollment Center, online. You can also find your nearby aadhaar seva kendra directly from your mobile device.
UIDAI has made it easy for citizens to find their nearby aadhaar seva kendra. There are already thousands of Aadhaar Kendras operated by banks, post offices, state governments and government departments across the country. The number is also increasing with the introduction of new aadhaar seva kendras designed to help citizens sign up and update their details.
Here’s how to find your next aadhaar seva kendra online.
How to find the next Aadhaar Seva Kendra online
Before starting your search for the nearest aadhaar seva kendra online, it is important to know that the aadhaar seva kendras are open seven days a week from 9:30 am to 5:30 pm. The UIDAI website also states that all Aadhaar Seva Kendras are wheelchair friendly and have special provisions for the elderly and disabled.
Visit the UIDAI website (https://uidai.gov.in/).
Go to My aadhaar Section and then click the Get aadhaar Possibility.
Now click on the Find a registration center Shortcut.
You now have the option to find your nearby Aadhaar Seva Kendra or Aadhaar Enrollment Center by entering your state, zip code (PIN), or town, city or district name.
After entering the details in the form, enter the automatically generated CAPTCHA.
Now click on the Find a center Button.
You can also go directly to the Aadhaar Seva Kendra search section by visiting its website.
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