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Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Convenience: Now your Aadhaar card will look like an ATM card, a new card will be made for Rs 50

Convenience: Now your Aadhaar card will look like an ATM card, a new card will be made for Rs 50

Aadhaar card will now be printed on PVC card just like ATM card

The new card will be more convenient than before

Aadhaar card is an important document in our country. Mostly it is demanded as an identity card. Earlier it was a paper card but now your Aadhaar card has changed. UIDAI has informed that Aadhaar card can now be reprinted on Polyvinyl Chloride Card (PVC). This card will fit in your wallet just like your ATM or debit card. Plus, you'll be getting rid of clutter you don't need. UIDAI has informed this in a tweet.

What's in a tweet?

As stated in this tweet, anyone can order their base PVC card. It is durable, attractive in appearance and equipped with the latest security features. Its security features will include hologram, gilloch pattern, ghost image and microtext.

A fee of Rs 50 has to be paid

Polyvinyl chloride cards are known as PVC cards. It is a type of plastic card on which Aadhaar card information is printed. You will have to pay a fee of Rs 50 to make this card.

How to make PVC base card?

For this you have to apply online on UIDAI's website.

Go to 'My Aadhaar' section on this website and click on 'Order Aadhaar PVC Card'.

You will then need to enter your Aadhaar 12 digit number or 16 digit virtual ID or 28 digit Aadhaar Enrollment ID (EID).

Then you have to fill in the security code or captcha.

Click on Send OTP for OTP.

Then fill in and submit the OTP received on the registered mobile in the space provided.

A preview of your Aadhaar PVC card will be in front of you after submission.

Then you have to click on the payment option given below. You will then be sent to a payment page. You have to pay a fee of Rs 50 here.

After completing the payment, the order process of your Aadhaar PVC card will be completed.


Support to 125 crore people in the country

According to figures released by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) in December 2019, Aadhaar cards have been created for 125 crore citizens living in the country. The Aadhaar project was implemented in the country in 2010.

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