All India Conference of AIPSA to be held on 30.10.2015, 31.10.2015 and 01.11.2015 at Pune (Maharashtra Circle)

07 October 2015

eAadhar Card download

With the new system in place, AADHAAR card download is now just a click away. You can now download AADHAAR Card duplicate copy, e-AADHAAR card, through UIDAI website online. If your AADHAAR card is lost / misplaced OR if you have not yet received your AADHAAR card, but have already received the SMS confirmation that your AADHAAR card is processed successfully, you can download AADHAAR card duplicate copy online. The downloaded e-AADHAAR card has same validity as the original one, which is delivered to you by post. This downloaded e-AADHAAR Card will be accepted as a valid ID and residential proof wherever AADHAAR Card is accepted.
If you know your AADHAAR number and/or have the AADHAAR card acknowledgement slip that was given to you at the time of registration, follow the instructions below to download e-AADHAAR card duplicate copy online.
Go to the e-AADHAAR online portal. Enter your registration details (Enrollment No. and Date time, Resident Name and Pincode) from the AADHAAR acknowledgement slip. Or if you know your AADHAAR Card number, select the "Aadhaar" radio button from "I have" option at the top.
Upon successful entry, you will be sent a high security OTP (One Time Pin) password through SMS to your registered mobile phone to download e-AADHAAR card. Once you enter the password, you will be presented with a page with a button to download AADHAAR card duplicate copy in PDF format. The PDF file is password protected for your safety. Your registered address pincode is the password to view the AADHAAR card PDF file content. You can now take printout (in color, if possible) of thedownloaded AADHAAR Card PDF file and it can be used as your valid AADHAAR card proof.
If you have lost your AADHAAR card Enrollment ID and don't know your AADHAAR number, you can download AADHAAR card by following these steps below:
  • Select appropriate option, "Aadhaar No (UID)" OR "Enrolment No (EID)", under "You want to receive your lost:"
  • Enter your full name
  • Enter your email address
  • Enter your registered Mobile Number
  • Enter the security code as displayed and click on "Get OTP" button
  • One Time Password (OTP) will be delivered to your mobile and/or email address
  • In the box below, enter the OTP you just received on your mobile and/or email address
  • Click on "Verify OTP"
  • Now you will receive a message on your mobile with your AADHAAR card number or Enrollment Id as you selected in Step 2 above
  • Select appropriate option, "Enrollment Id" OR "Aadhaar", under "I have:"
  • Enter your AADHAAR card number or Enrollment Id, full name, Pin Code, security text and mobile number
  • Click on "Get OTP"
  • One Time Password (OTP) will be delivered to your mobile and/or email address
  • Enter the OTP you just received on your mobile in the "Enter OTP" box and click on "Validate and Download"
  • Now you have downloaded your e-AADHAAR card. Enter your Pin Code as the password when you open the PDF document
  • You now have your e-AADHAAR card, which you can print out.

Payment of Dearness Allowance to Gramin Dak Sevaks (GDS) at revised rates w.e.f. 01.07.2015 onwards.


       World Postal Day happens each year on October 9, commemorating the date for the establishment of Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in Bern, Switzerland. The UPU was the start of global communication revolution, allowing people could write to others all over the world. October 9th was first declared World Postal Day at the 1969 UPU Congress in Tokyo, Japan. Since then, World Post Day has been celebrated all over the world to highlight the importance of the postal services.
       The Postal Services is under the Department of Posts, which is part of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of the Govt of India. The apex body of the department is the Postal Service Board, consisting of a chair and six members. The six board members govern personnel, operations, technology, Postal Life Insurance, Human Resource Development (HRD) and planning. The joint secretary and financial adviser is also a permanent invitee.
        India has been divided into 22 postal circles, each circle headed by a chief Postmaster General. Each circle is divided into regions, headed by a Postmaster General and comprising field units known as divisions (headed by SSPOs and SPOs). These divisions are further divided into sub divisions, headed by ASPs and IPOs. Other functional units (such as circle stamp depots, postal store depots and mail motor service) may exist in the circles and regions. In addition to the 22 circles, there is a base circle to provide postal services to the Armed Forces of India. The base circle is headed by a Director General, Army Postal Service (with a rank of Major General).
The highest Post Office in the world is Hikkim, Himachal Pradesh, India at a height of 15,500 ft (4700m) (postal code-172114).
The first adhesive postage stamp in Asia were issued in the Indian district of Scinde in July 1852 by Bartle Frere chief Commissioner of the region. Frere was an admirer of Rowland Hill, the English postal reformer who had introduced the Penny Post. The Scinde stamps became known as “Scinde Dawks”, ‘Dawk’ is the Anglicized spelling of the Hindustani word Dak or (‘post’). These stamps with a value of ½ anna, were in use until june 1866. The first all India stamps were issued on 01 October 1854.

IX All India Conference of AIPSA at PUNE