Those who have enrolled for Aadhaar cards and have not received them yet may get the status details from any e-Seva centre by paying Rs. 9 only as service charges. They should submit enrolment ID to obtain the details. In case the applicants have lost it, they can give their address to get the details.

Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI)’s Mysore Division Chief Sarangamath, speaking to SOM said that the applicants can get the UID number if their applications are processed and number is generated and they can quote the same wherever necessary. The e-Aadhaar facility is not available for unregistered citizens, he said. For e-Aadhaar, log on to

March 15 has been fixed as the last date to avail subsidy on domestic LPG through the Direct Cash Transfer (DCT) scheme of the Central Government. However, since many LPG consumers are yet to get registered under the Aadhaar, the e-Aadhaar facility has been provided by which those who have registered themselves for the UID can obtain the same online.

The status of Aadhaar registration can be checked at MysoreOne centres also.

“Individuals who have not received Aadhaar cards, after verifying the status of their enrolment, can either get an e-Aadhaar print out or will be directed to re-enrol for the card,” said Sarangamath and added that re-enrolment is necessary only if first enrolment is rejected and there is no need to enrol without verifying the status card.

Regarding the errors in the Aadhaar cards issued, he said corrections can be updated online through the UIDAI website. A form to update details is available on the website which can be filled and sent to the UIDAI office in Bangalore for carrying the corrections, he said.

A proposal has been sent to the Centre for e-governance to increase the number of enrolment centres in the district, it is learnt. The centres are expected to double from 25 to 50, if the proposal is sanctioned. Timing of enrolment centres has been extended. It will be open now from 8 am to 8 pm on all 365 days.

There are approximately five lakh LPG consumers in Mysore and more than 2,41,000 of them have got their Aadhaar cards linked to their bank accounts to avail the DCT scheme.

As of now, more than 42 enrolment centres are functioning in Mysore. The speciality of e-centres is that separate counters have been provided for those newly applying for Aadhaar cards, those who have already registered and await their cards and for those wanting to update information or put in corrections.

The UIDAI will also be launching a Geographical Information System (GIS) mapping to link the e-Aadhaar centres, gas dealers, banks and the customers.

Ample publicity is made by the 25 gas dealers of the city and they have been providing assistance for registrations. Exclusive counters have been opened in 41 banks of the city too.

The UIDAI officials claim that out of the 28 lakh population in Mysore district, only about five lakh need to be registered and efforts are on to concentrate on the rural populace.

MysoreOne Centres are located at the following places:

1. Gautam shopping complex, MUDA, Siddartha Layout, (Ph: 0821-2470046).

2. MUDA shopping complex, Ramakrishnanagar first block, Mysore-22 (Ph: 0821-2460727).

3. MCC Zonal office, near Jayanagar Railway gate, Jayanagar (Ph: 0821-2330042).

4. Radio Park, Shalivahana Road, Nazarbad (2430103).

5. MUDA Commercial complex, Gokulam Third stage, (0821-2411490).

6. Behind MCC Zonal office, new Sheshadri Road, near RMC bus stand (0821-2421042).

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore