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Arunachal Pradesh Birth Certificate

Arunachal Pradesh Birth Certificate

Birth Certificate is an essential identity document that records the birth of a child. The certificate is used as evidence for a person’s birth and is issued by the State Government to its citizens. Every birth occurring in India should be registered within 21 days. Infants born in Arunachal Pradesh are eligible to apply for this certificate. In this article, we look at the procedure for applying for Arunachal Pradesh birth certificate.

Benefits of the Certificate

Using the birth certificate, one can avail the following benefits in Arunachal Pradesh:

  • Obtaining the right to vote.
  • For admissions in schools.
  • To apply for Government jobs.
  • To claim the right to marry at the permissible age.
  • For settling inheritance and property rights.
  • To obtain government identity documents like license, passport, etc.
  • To avail government services.

Required Documents

The following documents have to be possessed by the applicant while applying for the certificate:

  • Duly filled Application form no.7
  • Birth Report from the hospital.
  • Medical certificate issued by the delivery centre.
  • Discharge slip that is given by the hospital.
  • An affidavit mentioning the place, time, date of birth (if registration is delayed).
  • Aadhaar Card.

Birth Registrations

According to the Birth and Death Registration Act 1969, every birth has to be registered to the concerned State or Union Territory within 21 days of its occurrence. However, there are separate registration procedures for births occurring in different places.

  • If a birth has occurred in a house, the Head of the family or the nearest relative of the child or Anganwadi Sewika or Chawkidar can register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in a Sadar Hospital/Sub-Divisional Hospital/Medical College Hospital/Referral Hospital, the Deputy Superintendent of the hospitals and officers-in-charge can register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in a  Maternity Home and other nursing institutions, the medical officer has to register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in jail, the jail in-charge has to register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in a Dharamshala, Boarding House etc., the person-in-charge has to register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in a moving vehicle, the person-in-charge of the vehicle has to register the birth.
  • If a birth has occurred in an abandoned place, the Headman of the village or the person in charge of the local police station can register the birth.

How to Apply

Given below are the steps to apply for a birth certificate:

Step 1: Log on to the website

The applicant has to log on to the official website.

Step 2: Click on Citizen e-services Tab

The applicant has to click on Citizen e-services.

Step 3: Click on How to Obtain Birth Certificate

Under e-services, the applicant has to click on ‘How to Obtain Birth Certificate’.

Step 4: Downloading the Form

By clicking on that option, the birth certificate application form is downloaded.

Step 5: Enter the details

The applicant has to enter the following details:

  • Name of the child
  • Father’s Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Place of Birth
  • Gender

Step 6: Submission of the Form

Upon entering all the details, submit the application form to the birth registering centre.

Step 7: Issuing the certificate

Finally, the applicant can collect the certificate within 30 days from the date of submission of the application form.

Note: The birth certificate in Arunachal Pradesh is valid for a lifetime. 

Fee Structure

The application fee varies with the time taken for registration of the certificate. They are as follows:

  • If registering birth within one month, a fee of Rs. 5 is applicable.
  • If registering birth after a month but within a year, a fee of Rs. 10 is applicable.
  • If registering birth after a year, a fee of Rs. 15 is applicable.

Contact Details

For further enquires, the applicant can contact the following officers:

  • Additional District Registrar of Birth / District Statistical Officer (DSO) at District level.
  • At Circle and Sub Division concerned Administrative Officers (SDO/EAC/CO) acts as Registrar of Birth.
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Phone: 155250.

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