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Birth Certificate Download

A Birth certificate is an official document and record that is proof of the child’s existence. Person Identity and nationality can also be determined by this certificate. It is also used in various government works like passports, driving licenses, etc in banks and many other places. It is mandatory to register the birth or death of a child in India as mentioned under the law. Having Birth Certificate make it easier to prove our citizenship. So, in this article, we’ll discuss how to download a Birth Certificate and how to apply online.

Birth Certificate Download online in UP

Nowadays, it’s very easy to do any work as everything is now available on the internet. With the help of these services, you can access everything from home. If one wants to download Birth Certificate PDF he/she can get from the website by the following step-

Note: The certificate provided by Nagar Nigam authority is digitally signed and hence legal and valid.

Birth Certificate required Documents

Note : All documents should be scanned PDF format and indivisual size do not exceed 300Kb.

How to apply Online for जन्म प्रमाणपत्र 2021

If you want to apply for a birth certificate online then you follow these steps-

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Birth Certificate Status Check

When you applied for a birth certificate online it takes time as it passes through the various department. Visiting daily and checking is an old days process. Now you can check your status directly from enagarseva website then the menu option  citizen services  Birth Certificate  Check status.

On clicking the status option, you can check the status by Acknowledgement number, birth certificate registration number, or by entering city and DOB.

Birth Certificate Correction

If for some reason there is a mistake in the certificate then this process is a little bit difficult. Firstly, check details many times while applying for the registration and check again before submitting. Now, if you want a correction in certificate then you have to go to Municipal office in urban areas, Tehsildar in rural areas, and Gram Panchayat at village level. For that follow these steps-

  1. Go to the Municipal office or Gram Panchayat where the child is born and ask for the Birth Certificate Update/Correction Form.
  2. Take an affidavit from a local authority and approach the officer regarding correction in the birth certificate and make an affidavit on a non-judicial stamp paper of minimal and mention the reason for the correction.
  3. Fill the correction form and submit it to the municipal corporation along with an affidavit or certified copy with the judge’s original signature.
  4. After completion of this application process, publish an advertisement in the local newspaper and your state official authorized publication.

Offline Application For Birth Certificate

1.Via Nagar Nigam Office

If you want to register for a birth certificate offline, then go to your area Nagar Nigam office with all the documents mentioned above and submit them to the operator. Then, the operator will fill the form according to the documents provided and on submission of the application, the applicant will receive SMS on his/her phone.

2.Through Hospital where child was born

The hospital person will also fill in the details according to the documents and submit them. After submission of the form, an SMS will be delivered to his/her phone regarding submission details. But it is advisory to apply for the birth certificate at the time of birth of a child only through the hospital as if it delays for 1 year then you have to go to Local wards or Health department.

Importance of this Certificate

This Certificate is very important in a child’s life as it helps in admission at schools and colleges, helps hospitals, and is also used in property claims. It’s the primary right of a child and establishes his or her identity. It is important for the following purposes-

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