New Delhi: One of the most necessary documents today for an Indian citizen is an Aadhaar card, which also serves as their identity card. Be it bank work, legal work or any other, Aadhaar is needed in almost every transaction today.
Basically, Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique identity number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
While it is needed in a number of works, little do people know that this document can help them earn money as well.
Wanting to know how this can be done? Here’s how:
Besides being of use in several things, the Aadhaar card is an essential identity document for the people who receive pensions.
The Jeevan Praman affiliated with Aadhaar card is important for those who receive pensions from central or state governments or other organisations.
This Life Certificate program was initiated by PM Narendra Modi on November 10, 2014. The program ensures that pensioners get their pension directly at home as their details can be digitally accessed via their Aadhaar card.
Furthermore, the document is required to carry out verification for various kinds of government processes including claiming LPG subsidy and availing benefits of the PM Kisan Samman Nidhi Yojana.
Besides being an important document to get admissions in school or colleges, the Aadhaar card comes handy in opening a bank account.
The address and photo on Aadhaar card is considered as a valid address proof by the banks.
Aadhaar card is used by various companies and government institutions for KYC verification and maintaining profiles.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has introduced various forms of Aadhaar from time to time for the convenience of residents.
Here’s a list of different forms of Aadhaar card:
Aadhaar Letter: Paper-based laminated letter with secure QR Code with Issue Date and Print Date.
eAadhaar: eAadhaar is the electronic form of Aadhaar, digitally signed by UIDAI, having an Aadhaar secure QR code for offline verification with Issue Date and Download Date and is password protected.
mAadhaar: mAadhaar is an official mobile application developed by UIDAI which can be installed on mobile device.
Aadhaar PVC Card: Aadhaar PVC Card is easy to carry and durable and has a digitally signed Aadhaar secure QR code with photograph and demographic details and multiple security features.