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Chandigarh becomes first UT for attaining Aadhaar saturation

Press Trust of India  |  Chandigarh 

UT has achieved the distinction of being the first UT (without legislation) in the country to attain universal saturation.

As of now 11,15,817 residents of have acquired Aadhaar, said an official release.



According to the 2011, the population of was at 10,54,686.

With this has become the first UT (without legislation) in the country to achieve 100 per cent Saturation. Delhi, Telangana, and are the other states in the country who have achieved 100 per cent saturation, it said.

V P Singh Badnore, the Governor of and Administrator UT, Chandigarh, has lauded the role and efforts put in by the administration led by Parimal Rai, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, and team of led by Ram Subhag Singh, Deputy Director General, Unique Identification Authority of (UIDAI), regional office (RO), for attaining this commendable feat in such a short span.

is also the first UT in the country to link birth certificate with Aadhaar. The programme was launched on August 2, 2016 by Badnore.

Health Department has procured tablets for successful implementation of Linked Birth Registration programme in Chandigarh. Every child born is given an number with birth certificate. The tablets have been deployed in all the government hospitals including PGI and in private hospitals also, it said.

Separate strategies were devised to cover the residents of different age groups. Enrollment Challenge Scheme was launched by for enrolment of adult population. In this scheme, the resident could raise request for enrolment by registering online on web portal of and residents were facilitated for their enrolment.

Special camps were setup in government and private colleges with the help of Department of Higher Education.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chandigarh becomes first UT for attaining Aadhaar saturation

UT Chandigarh has achieved the distinction of being the first UT (without legislation) in the country to attain universal Aadhaar saturation. As of now 11,15,817 residents of Chandigarh have acquired Aadhaar, said an official release. According to the census 2011, the population of Chandigarh was at 10,54,686. With this Chandigarh has become the first UT (without legislation) in the country to achieve 100 per cent Aadhaar Saturation. Delhi, Telangana, Haryana and Punjab are the other states in the country who have achieved 100 per cent Aadhaar saturation, it said. V P Singh Badnore, the Governor of Punjab and Administrator UT, Chandigarh, has lauded the role and efforts put in by the administration led by Parimal Rai, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, Chandigarh and team of UIDAI led by Ram Subhag Singh, Deputy Director General, Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI), regional office (RO), Chandigarh for attaining this commendable feat in such a short ... UT has achieved the distinction of being the first UT (without legislation) in the country to attain universal saturation.

As of now 11,15,817 residents of have acquired Aadhaar, said an official release.

According to the 2011, the population of was at 10,54,686.

With this has become the first UT (without legislation) in the country to achieve 100 per cent Saturation. Delhi, Telangana, and are the other states in the country who have achieved 100 per cent saturation, it said.

V P Singh Badnore, the Governor of and Administrator UT, Chandigarh, has lauded the role and efforts put in by the administration led by Parimal Rai, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, and team of led by Ram Subhag Singh, Deputy Director General, Unique Identification Authority of (UIDAI), regional office (RO), for attaining this commendable feat in such a short span.

is also the first UT in the country to link birth certificate with Aadhaar. The programme was launched on August 2, 2016 by Badnore.

Health Department has procured tablets for successful implementation of Linked Birth Registration programme in Chandigarh. Every child born is given an number with birth certificate. The tablets have been deployed in all the government hospitals including PGI and in private hospitals also, it said.

Separate strategies were devised to cover the residents of different age groups. Enrollment Challenge Scheme was launched by for enrolment of adult population. In this scheme, the resident could raise request for enrolment by registering online on web portal of and residents were facilitated for their enrolment.

Special camps were setup in government and private colleges with the help of Department of Higher Education.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Chandigarh becomes first UT for attaining Aadhaar saturation

UT has achieved the distinction of being the first UT (without legislation) in the country to attain universal saturation.

As of now 11,15,817 residents of have acquired Aadhaar, said an official release.

According to the 2011, the population of was at 10,54,686.

With this has become the first UT (without legislation) in the country to achieve 100 per cent Saturation. Delhi, Telangana, and are the other states in the country who have achieved 100 per cent saturation, it said.

V P Singh Badnore, the Governor of and Administrator UT, Chandigarh, has lauded the role and efforts put in by the administration led by Parimal Rai, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, UT, and team of led by Ram Subhag Singh, Deputy Director General, Unique Identification Authority of (UIDAI), regional office (RO), for attaining this commendable feat in such a short span.

is also the first UT in the country to link birth certificate with Aadhaar. The programme was launched on August 2, 2016 by Badnore.

Health Department has procured tablets for successful implementation of Linked Birth Registration programme in Chandigarh. Every child born is given an number with birth certificate. The tablets have been deployed in all the government hospitals including PGI and in private hospitals also, it said.

Separate strategies were devised to cover the residents of different age groups. Enrollment Challenge Scheme was launched by for enrolment of adult population. In this scheme, the resident could raise request for enrolment by registering online on web portal of and residents were facilitated for their enrolment.

Special camps were setup in government and private colleges with the help of Department of Higher Education.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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