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EPFO's big decision, Aadhar card will not be required for this work


EPFO i.e. Employees Provident Fund Organization has taken a big decision regarding Aadhar card. Based on the instructions received from UIDAI, EPFO ​​has excluded Aadhaar from the list of valid documents for changing or updating the date of birth. A circular has also been issued in this regard.

EPFO has taken a big decision regarding Aadhar card. Now Aadhar card will not be valid for updating or correcting the date of birth. This means that now Aadhar card will not be used for this purpose in EPFO. EPFO has excluded it from the list of valid documents i.e. acceptable documents. Employees Provident Fund Organization has also issued a circular in this regard. Let us tell you what EPFO ​​has said…

Issued circular

Taking this decision, EPFO, which comes under the Labor Ministry, said that the date of birth cannot be changed using Aadhaar. EPFO has recently issued a circular giving information about this. According to this, a letter has also been received from UIDAI. It is stated that Aadhaar card will not be valid for change in date of birth. It should be removed from the list of valid documents. Therefore, the decision has been taken to remove Aadhaar.

These documents will be needed

According to EPFO, this change can be made with the help of birth certificate. Besides, mark sheet and school leaving certificate or school transfer certificate obtained from any government board or university can also be used for this purpose. Apart from this, medical certificate issued by Civil Surgeon, passport, PAN number, government pension and mediclaim certificate and domicile certificate can be used.

For what purpose will Aadhaar be used?

UIDAI has said that Aadhaar card should be used as identity card and residence certificate. But, it should not be used as a birth certificate. Aadhaar is a 12 digit unique identity card. It has been issued by the Government of India. It is valid throughout the country as proof of your identity and permanent residence. However, while making Aadhaar, the date of birth of the people was entered according to their various documents. Therefore it should not be considered an alternative to the birth certificate.

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