You have to be sure that your contact information registered with unique identification authority of India (UIDAI) for your Aadhaar card is correct, If not we would suggest you to go ahead on to the UIDAI website and check it out for there for your confirmation. Day by day Aadhaar card becoming the most important identification proof and government has mark it mandatory to link your Aadhaar card with PAN card to filing your income tax returns, and its importance is going upward further. UIDAI has now provided an online tool to verify your personal contact information on Aadhar card is correct or not.
In process of verifying your contact number mentioned in the Aadhar card is correct or not, you need to go to the home page of UIDAI website and choose the option Verify Email/Mobile Number under Aadhaar Services tab. In the new tab, you need to enter your personal contact details like your Aadhaar number, email id, mobile number that you need to verify, and a security code. Note, the UIDAI security code is case sensitive and users should keep in mind that letters in upper and lower case will be considered as different entity by the application.
How to verify email id on UIDAI website:
In process of verifying the email address, users need to enter their Aadhaar number, email id, and a security code on the UIDAI application. Then they will receive the OTP (one time password) on their mentioned email address, which is then required to be entered on the right side of the page in the space provided. In case of entered details are valid and match, the application responds by saying "Congratulations! The Email ID matches with our records!"
How to verify contact mobile number on UIDAI website:
Users need to enter their mobile number instead of email id in order to receive the OTP (one time password) on the mobile number and verify it from the website. Rest of the procedure is same as the verification of the email id. In case of entered details are valid and match, the system responds by saying "Congratulations! The Mobile Number matches with our records!"
The information provided to UIDAI for the Aadhaar card needs to be authentic and any discrepancies might cause problems for you going ahead. This is precisely why you need to make sure that these details associated with your identity are correctly noted down in the records available with the UIDAI.
Disclaimer: We can not guarantee that the information on this page is 100% correct.