New Delhi: In this digital age, having an Aadhaar card for everything is mandatory for everyone. From banking services to receiving government schemes, the Aadhar card has become a primary document these days. Read also – Do you not have a ban card yet? Here’s how to apply for an instant ban card
Those who want to get this card and game apply for it online and the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) issues 12 digit ID number Aadhar cards to the people. Also read – Have you lost your Aadhaar card? Here’s how to lock it online | See details here
However, people do not always carry a physical copy of their Aadhaar card. So they may have downloaded an e-Aadhar card to avail all the services. Also read – What is Aadhar PVC Card? How to make a request without an unregistered mobile number | Everything you need to know
Basically, there are two ways to download e-Aadhaar – by using the registration number and by using the Aadhaar number.
To further facilitate this process, UIDAI has now introduced a new feature for Aadhaar cardholders. Under this new feature, Aadhar cardholders can download their Aadhar card through face recognition through the official website of UIDAI.
With this new feature, Aadhar cardholders will be able to go to the official website of UIDAI, enter their Aadhar number and show their face, and their Aadhar card will be downloaded.
However, it should be noted that only a copy of the original Aadhaar card is downloaded. The e-Aadhar card is approved everywhere in India.
Here’s how to download
1) First visit the official website of UIDAI.
2) At the bottom of the homepage, click on the ‘Get Aadhar Card’ option
3) After this, click on the ‘Face Recognition’ option under the Aadhaar Card section.
4) Enter your mobile number and captcha.
5) Verify your face through the authentication process.
6) Click “OK” and UIDAI will automatically click on your image.
7) After clicking and verifying your photo, you can download the Aadhaar card.
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