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  1. Application for Birth Certificate in Nagaland

    In order to obtain a Birth Certificate:
    Go to the office of the Registrar of Births and Deaths or the district offices.
    You will be provided with a form.
    Filled up the form and include the required documents.
    After validation, the office will issue a birth certificate on payment of the requisite fees.

    The information required to be given to the Registrar under section 8 or section 9 as the case may be, Shall be in Form No.1, 2, and 3 for the Registration of a birth, death and still birth respectively, hereinafter to be, collectively called the reporting forms. Information if given orally, shall, be entered by the Registrar in the appropriate reporting forms and the signa ture/thumb impression of the informant obtained.
    (2) The part of the reporting forms containing legal information shall be called the “Legal Part” and the part containing Statistical information shall be called “Statistical Part”.
    (3) The information referred in sub-rule (1) shall be given within twenty one days from the date of birth, death and still birth.
    Birth or Death in a vehicle:-
    (1) In respect of a birth or death in a moving vehicle, the person in charge of the vehicle shall give a cause to be given the information under sub- section (1) of section 8 at the first place of ha lt.
    Explanation- For the purpose of this rule, the term, “vehicle” means conveyance of any kind used on land, air or water and includes an aircraft, a boat, a ship, a railway carriage, a motor car, a motor cycle, a cart, a tonga and a rickshaw.
    Authority for delayed registration and fee payable there of:-
    (1) Any birth or death of which information is given to the Registrar after the expiry of the period specified in rule 5, but within thirty days of its occurrence, shall be registered on payment of late fee of rupees two.
    (2) Any birth or death of which information is given to the Registrar after thirty days but within one year of its occurrence, shall be registered on production of an affidavit made before a notary public and on payment of a late fee of rupees five.
    (3) Any birth or death which has not been registered within one year of its occurrence, shall be registered only on an order of a Magistrate of the first class or a Presidency Magistrate and on payment of a late fee of rupees ten.
    Period for the purpose of section 14:-
    (1) Where the birth of any child had been registered without a name, the parent or guardian of such child shall, within 12 months from the date of registration of the birth of child, give information regarding the name of the child to the Registrar either orally or in writing:
    Provided that if the information is given after the aforesaid period of 12 months but within a period of 15 years, which shall be reckoned.
    (i) in case where the registration had been made prior to the date of commencement of the Registration of Births & deaths (Amendment) Rules, 1999 from such date, or
    (ii) in case where the registration is made after the date of commencement of the Registration of Births & Deaths (Amendment) Rules, 1999 from the date of such registration, subject to the provisions of sub-section (4) of section 23, the Registrar shall
    (a) if the register is in his possession forthwith enter the name of the relevant column of the concerned form in the birth register on payment of a late fee of rupees five,
    ( if the register is not in his possession and if the information is given orally, make a report giving necessary particulars, and if the information is given in writing, forward the same to the officer specified by the State Government in this behalf for making the necessary entry on payment of a late fee of rupees five.
    (2) The parent or the guardian, as the case may be, shall also present to the Registrar the copy of the extract given to him under section 12 or a certified extract issued to him under section 17 and on such presentation the Registrar shall make the necessary endorsement relating to the name of the child or take action as laid down in clause ( of the provision to sub-rule (1).
    Directorate of economics & statistics has announced the availability of on-line service for application of births & deaths certificates, which can be availed through the official website of Nagaland Government (http://www.nagaland .gov.in/portal).
    The guidelines for applicants applying for births/death certificate through e-form to be submitted on-line.
    One can log in to the Nagaland state portal: http://www.nagaland .gov.in/portal; click on new member ‘sign up’; login using the registered state portal ‘user name’ and ‘password’; access the services tab- application for birth/death certificate; fill the requisite fields, upload documents and click on submit; note the transaction 10; check the status in your state portal inbox and status of the transaction would be intimated to the applicants via SMS on the registered mobile number.
    Meanwhile, in case of applicants, who are registering after one month of the event (birth/death), if the uploaded supporting documents are accepted, the applicant would have to collect the certificate in person along with the original documents for verification on the notified date.
    On a pilot basis, the service is provided to cover events (births/deaths) in Kohima only at this stage. The service can also be availed in the notified community service centres (CSC) across the state.
    There is indeed an online facility of Nagaland Government to register the birth certificate online, however we could not find any downloadable form. If you can find us one we shall be grateful. Kindly post and upload it at the support topic of this thread.

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  2. Application for Birth Certificate in Meghalaya

    Registration of Births and Deaths
    Registration of births, deaths and still births is compulsory under the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 and rules framed thereunder. The information regarding all births, deaths and still births occurring within the jurisdiction of Shillong Municipal Board has to be given in the prescribed form to the birth and death department within 21 days from the date of a birth or still birth; and Prescribed forms for the purpose are available with the health officer of the birth and death department free of cost.
    Whose Responsibility?
    The responsibility of getting all the births and deaths occurring in the hospitals/nursing homes/maternity homes etc, registered lies with the heads of the institutions and registration of all such events is done directly in this department of the SMB.
    Responsibility for getting all the domicillary births/deaths/still births registered lies with the parents/relations of the child/deceased as the case may be.
    Delayed Registration
    Any Birth or Death of which information is given to the Registrar after the expiry of the period specified therefor, but within thirty days of its occurrence, shall be registered on payment of such late fee as may be prescribed.
    Any Birth or Death of which delayed information is given to the Registrar after thirty days but within one year of its occurrence shall be registered only with the written permission of the prescribed authority and on payment of the prescribed fee and the production of an affidavit made before a notary public or any other officer authorised in this behalf by the State Government.
    Any Birth or Death which has not been registered within one year of its occurrence, shall be registered only on an order made by a Magistrate of the first class or a Presidency Magistrate after verifying the correctness of the Birth or Death and on payment of the prescribed fee.
    The provision of this sections of this section shall be without prejudice to any action that may be taken against a person for failure on his part to register any Birth or Death within the time specified therefor and any such birth or death may be registered during the pendency of any such action.
    Registration of name of child- Where the birth of any child has been registered without a name, the parent or guardian of such child shall within the prescribed period give information regarding the name of the child to the registrar either orally or in writing and thereupon the Registrar shall enter such name in the register and initial and date the entry.
    Correctness or cancellation of entry in the register of births and deaths— If it is proved to the satisfaction of the Registrar that an entry of a birth or death in any register kept by him under this Act is erroneous in form or substance, or has been fraudulently or improperly made, he may, subject to such rules as may be made by the State Government with respect to the conditions on which and the circumstances in which such entries may be corrected or cancelled, correct the error or cancel the entry by suitable entry in the margin , without any alteration of the original entry, and shall sign the marginal entry and add thereto the date of the correction or cancellation.

    DOCUMENTS TO BE ENCLOSED WITH THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE FORM
    Doctor certificate, if the doctor was present or attended on the patient during the birth time.
    In case of institutional birth, the birth report form should be signed and sealed by the i/c of the institution or any one authorized by him/her.
    Other certificates (like affidavit, etc) to be enclosed in case of delayed registration.

    All the births including still births have to be reported on a prescribed form to the birth and death department of Municipal Boards in Meghalaya. The births have to be registered within 21 days from the date of birth. The application forms for birth certificates can be taken from the health officer of Birth and Death Department and no charge is collected for the application forms. For applying for birth certificates in Shillong, Cheerapunji and Mawsynram in Meghalaya, doctor certificate and for delayed registration, affidavit has to be submitted. All other information can be obtained at the website http://smb.nic.in

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  3. Application for Birth Certificate in Manipur

    Birth registration is the official recording of the birth of a child by some adminis- trative level of the state and coordinated by a particular branch of government. It is a permanent and official record of a child’s existence. Ideally, birth registra- tion is part of an effective civil registra- tion system that acknowledges the exis- tence of the person before the law, estab- lishes the child’s family ties and tracks the major events of an individual’s life, from live birth (see box) to marriage and death. A fully functional civil registration system should be compulsory, universal, permanent and continuous and should ensure the confidentiality of personal data. It should collect, transmit and store data in an effective way and guarantee their quality and integrity. It should have two main objectives: legal and statistical. Such a system, and its instrumental value in safeguarding human rights, con- tributes to the normal functioning of any society.

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  4. Application for Birth Certificate in Andaman & Nicobar

    Eligibility
    Parents and Relatives of the baby.
    Concerned Authority
    Registrar, Birth and Death, DHS, Port Blair (9.00 AM to 5.00 PM). Procedure
    A duly filled form addressed to the Registrar, Birth and Death, Port Blair.
    Necessary Documents/Papers
    Discharge Slip, given by the Maternity ward Doctor. Fee
    No fee is charged.
    Required Forms
    Form-1 - Application form for Birth Certificate
    Contact Details:
    Medical Superintendent, G.B.Pant Hospital, Port Blair.
    Phone: 03192-233473
    Fax: 03192-230608/234910
    You can also generate online birth certificate by following this Government link

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  5. Application for Birth Certificate in West Bengal

    I. IMPORTANT GENERAL INFORMATION
    1) Birth or Death certificates can be obtained only if the event of birth or death is registered with the KMC.
    2) Under the existing rules any event of the birth or death is to be compulsorily registered within 1 year of its occurrence.
    3) Delayed registration beyond one year of occurrence of birth or death can only be done on the basis of orders of Executive / 1st Class Magistrate of the KMC area.
    4) Births or deaths occurring in places within the area under KMC jurisdiction can only be registered by the KMC.
    5) The entire KMC area is divided into 15 boroughs for administration and the office of the Executive Health Officer of each borough is the Registration Unit for all births occurring within the respective Borough area.
    II. PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN BIRTH CERTIFICATES
    A. For Birth events occurring in Private Hospitals / Nurshing Homes in Kolkata
    1) Birth certificates can be obtained from the concerned office of the Borough Ex. Health Officer usually after 6 weeks from the date of birth, subject to the condition that all birth events are reported in prescribed registration format by the private hospitals / nurshing homes within 21 days from the date of occurrence to concerned borough Ex. Health Officer as a mandatory requirement.
    2) Name of child can be inserted at the time of taking birth certificates by the parents or a relative authorised by the parents in writing.
    B. For birth occurring in Govt. Hospitals in Kolkata
    1) Birth certificates can be obtained from the concerned Borough Health Office upto a period of 1 (one) year from the date of birth on production of medical certificate of birth issued by the hospital.
    2) Name of child can be inserted at the time of taking birth certificate by the parents or a relative authorised by the parents in writing.
    C. For Domiciliary birth events:
    1) Domiciliary events of birth shall be reported by the Head of family to the concerned Ward Health Unit for registration within a month but not later than 1 year along with production of medical certificate of birth issued by a Medical Practitionar / Midwife / Traditional Birth Attendant. Birth certificate can be obtained on the spot from the Ward Health Unit.
    2) Birth certificates in respect of domiciliary events not reported within one year can be obtained on delayed registration on the basis of orders of First Class Magistrate of KMC area from the concerned borough Ex. Health Officer [up to 20 years] and KMC Main Office [beyond 20 years].
    III. NON AVAILABILITY CERTIFICATE:
    If an event of birth is found not registered, a Non-availability certificate can be obtained from KMC Main Office, Health Department at 5, S.N. Banerjee Road, Kolkata - 700 013 on production of supporting documents like Voter ID card, Educational Record, Ration Card etc.
    IV. CHARGES PAYABLE FOR BIRTH AND DEATH CERTIFICATE:
    1) For first copy of Birth Certificate within a period of one Year from the date of birth Free of cost
    2) Additional copies of birth certificates Rs. 100/- each copy
    3) For first 2 copies of Death certificates issued from Crematorium or Burial Ground Free of cost
    4) Additional copies of Death certificates Rs. 100/- each copy
    5) Non-Availability Certificate Rs. 500/-

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  6. Application for Birth Certificate in Uttarakhand

    Eligibility
    Any Indian citizen
    Concerned Authority
    Town Area: Nagar Palika
    Rural Area: Gram Panchayat

    Procedure
    If the child is born in a Hospital then a letter given by the hospital has to be produced and if the child is born at home then an application has to be given to Nagar Palika. For obtaining Birth Certificate, duly filled Form-1 needs to be submitted along with the hospital certificate if applicable. If the registration is being made after one year from the date of birth then an affidavit has to be submitted.
    Necessary documents/papers
    Hospital Certificate
    Affidavit
    Form-1 which is available at Nagar Palika

    Fee
    Rs. 20/- for the issuance of Birth Certificate
    In Uttarakhand state any of citizens can apply who is Indian citizen and had got his/her birth in this state. Candidates can get it through the municipal corporation offices in town areas and in the village side through the gram panchayat offices. If birth was held in the hospital then you’ll have to get the proof and certificate through the same hospital and in case it was done at home then go to the municipal office. Applicants are able to get it after filling an proper application and if you are doing the registration after one year in that case you may need to make a affidavit from court regarding of this and has to pay the late fee as well as.
    In the documents section citizens need the certificate from hospital, a declaration form and a form 1 which is available through the concerned authority. The department is also taking charges as the application and for process and that for Rs. 20 which is payable in the cash courter of office. However this document is not useful only for the getting proof for date apart from this you can use it for various purposes.
    Contact Details:
    Office of DHS, IDSP,
    107,Chander Nagar, Dehradun,
    Fax: 0135-2721792, 0135-2729897.
    WE WERE NOT ABLE TO LOCATE THE GENUINE FORM FOR UTTRAKHAND BIRTH CERTIFICATE. IF YOU FIND THE FORM, PLEASE POST AND UPPOAD IT OVER SUPPORT TOPIC OF THIS. THANKS

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  7. Application for Birth Certificate in Uttar Pradesh

    Every Birth has to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence. After one year, births can be registered by the order of a first class magistrate only. Eligibility
    When the Birth has taken place in a house - the head of the house or the nearest relative of the head of the house, or the oldest person in the family.
    When the Birth has taken place outside the house:
    (i) In a Hospital/Health Centre, Maternity Home or other similar institutions Medical Officer In-charge or any officer authorised by him/her (ii) In a Jail Jail In-charge (iii) In a Hospital, Dharamshala, Boarding House, etc. Person In-charge (iv) In a Moving Vehicle Person In-charge of the Vehicle (v) Found deserted in a public place Headman of the Village/In-charge of the local police station Procedure
    A Birth Certificate can be obtained by applying through the prescribed proforma with fee as fixed by local body authorities. The certificates are issued from the registration centres/offices of the local bodies in the zone under which the parents of the child were living at the time of birth. Concerned Authority
    Municipal Corporation
    Nagar Palika
    Nagar Palika Parishad
    Necessary documents/papers
    Application form with fee.
    Proof of Birth of the person for whom the certificate is required.
    Affidavit, if birth is being registered after one year of its occurrence.

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  8. Application for Birth Certificate in Tripura

    Every birth has to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence. Concerned Authority
    The persons who could register the event are:
    In a Hospital, Health Centre, Maternity Home, Nursing Home or other similar institutions: Medical Officer In-charge or any officer authorised by him/her
    In a Jail: Jailor In-charge
    In a Hostel, Dharamshala, Boarding/Lodging House etc.: Person In-charge
    In a Moving Vehicle: Person In-charge of the Vehicle
    Found deserted in a public place: Headman of the Village/In-charge of the local police station
    House: Head of the household or in his absence, his nearest relative
    Procedure
    The applicant can put up his/her application for registering birth and obtaining birth certificate at the e-Suvidha Centres situated in the Offices of Sub-Divisional Magistrates where the applicant permanently resides in, or on any working day. The applicant is given an Acknowledgement Receipt for the same that indicates a Delivery Date for his/her Certificate.
    Alternatively, the applicant may also apply to the Block Development Officer, Executive Officers of Nagar Panchayat, Executive Officer of Agartala Municipality or Medical Superintendent/State/District/Sub-Divisional Hospitals as applicable to obtain birth registration and certificates.
    For delayed registration, the issuing authority, at his discretion may initiate Field Enquiry by the relevant Tehsil/Revenue Inspector/Deputy Collector & Magistrate on the merit of the application. After proper verification, the respective authorities would issue the birth certificate to the applicant. Concerned Department
    In Tripura, the District Magistrate and Collectors have been designated as District Registrars for birth and the Sub-Divisional Magistrates/Block Development Officers have been designated as Additional Registrar for birth.
    In addition, the Executive Officers of Agartala Municipality/Nagar Panchayats and Incharges of State/District/Sub-Divisional Hospitals have also been notified as Registrars for birth and Officers for issuing birth certificate.
    The different bodies in the state for birth registration are:
    e-Suvidha Centres in the Office of the Sub-Divisional Magistrates: 15
    Municipality: 1 and Nagar Panchayats: 13 Rural Development Blocks: 40
    State, District and Sub-Divisional Hospitals: 15
    Necessary Documents
    The following indicative list of documents may qualify to substantiate the applicant's claim for registering birth and obtaining a certificate:
    Citizenship of either of Parents [mandatory]
    Certificate of Pradhan
    Certificate of Doctor/Hospital Discharge Certificate
    Tehshil enquiry
    In case of delayed registration, an affidavit from Judicial Magistrate indicating the date and place of birth is also required.
    Birth occurrence can be registered after 21 days but within 30 days of its occurrence. Any delay invites a late fee of Rs.2/- only and Rs.5/- upto a period of one year. Events which have been reported after a period of oneI year, after the actual occurrence invites a late fee of Rs.10/-. Other information
    A common application form, introduced for applying for certificates in Tripura can be downloaded from http://tsu.trp.nic.in/esuvidha(External website that opens in a new window) for applying for birth certificate from e-Suvidha Centres.

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  9. Application for Birth Certificate in Tamilnadu

    Registration of Births and Deaths is compulsory throughout the state, as per the 'Registration of Births and Deaths Act 1969' - Central Act 18 of 1969.
    The Registration of Births and Deaths, is carried out as per 'Tamil Nadu Birth and Death Registration Rules 2000'.
    The persons responsible for doing Births and Deaths Registration are as follows:
    Village Panchayats: Village Administrative Officers
    Town Panchayats: Sanitary Inspectors / Executive Officers
    Corporation / Municipal Areas: Sanitary Inspectors of the Division
    Plantations / Estates: Estate Manger / Plantation Manager

    A Birth or Death has to be reported for registration, within 21 days of occurrence. Free copy of the certificate can be obtained at the time.
    Birth and Death registration is to be done at the place of occurrence.
    Any birth or death of which information is given to the registrars, after the expiry of twenty one days, but within thrity days of occurrance, shall be registered on payment of a late-fee of Rs.2/- (Rupees two only)
    Any birth or death of which information is given to the Registrar, after thirty days of occurrence, but within one year shall be registered only with the written permission of the Officer prescribed in this behalf and on payment of late-fee Rs.5/- (Rupees five only).
    Any birth or death which has not been reported within one year of its occurrance, shall be registered only on orders of the First Class Judicial Magistrate and on payment of a late-fee of Rs.10/- (Rupees ten only).
    Entry of name of the child is a must, and can be done free of cost within 12 months from the date of registration. After 12 months, the name can be registered by paying a fee of Rs.5/-
    However, a name cannot be registered after 15 years, from the date of registration of the birth. For the births and Deaths, that have been registered prior to 1.1.2000, without a name, the name can be entered on or before 31.12.2014 and for all the births registered on or after 1.1.2000, the time limit is 15 years, from the date of registration.
    Name, once entered cannot be changed.
    It is the responsibility of the Medical Officer incharge of the hospital or Primary Health Centre, where the Delivery / death, has taken place, to report the Birth / Death, for registration.
    It is the responsibility of the Head of the Household / Nearest relative, to report the Births / Deaths that takes places in households.

    Chennai corporation has the facility of generating the online Birth Application form, please visit here!

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  10. Application for Birth Certificate in Sikkim

    PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS & DEATHS.
    Every Birth/Still birth and Death is to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence in the prescribed reporting formats.
    All type of birth/death reporting forms are made available free of cost to Hospitals, PHCs, PHSCs and other institutions by the office of Chief Registrar (B&D), Govt. of Sikkim, Gangtok. In case of institutional births/deaths and to individuals in case of domiciliary births/deaths by the Registrar of the registration centre is their respective area.

    PERSONS REQUIRED TO REGISTER BIRTHS, STILL BIRTHS AND DEATHS
    Birth, Still Birth or Death in a house. Head of the house or nearest relative of the head of the house or oldest person in the family in duly filled in birth/medical certification of cause of death reporting form No.1, 2,3 & 4A respectively.
    Birth, Still Birth or Death

    Outside the house :
    In a hospital, Health Centre, Medical Officer In
    Maternity Home and Nursing charge or any other
    Home or other like institutions officer authorized by him in duly filled in birth/death/stillbirth and medical certification of cause of Death reporting forms No. 1,2,3, & 4 respectively as the case may be.
    ( In a Jail Jail In-charge.)
    In a choultry, chattram hostel,
    Dharamsala, boarding house, Person Incharge.
    Lodging house, etc.
    In a moving vehicle Person Incharge of the vehicle
    Found deserted in a public place Headman of the village/Incharge of the local Police station.

    TO WHOM TO APPROACH FOR REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS & DEATHS IN SIKKIM.
    Details of Registrars with phone numbers, name of towns, revenue block contact persons and telephone numbers is given in No. 7.
    The 32 Registration Centres covers all Rural, Urban Areas of Sikkim and they issue the Births & Deaths certificate also.

    DELAYED REGISTRATION IS DONE IN ALL 32 CENTRES AS:-
    Any Birth or Death or which information is given to the Registrar after expiry of the specified period of 21 days, but within 30 days of its occurance, shall be registered on payment of Rs.5/- as late fee.
    The events for which information is given to the Registrar after 30 days but within one year of its occurance, shall be registered only with the written permission of the Registrar on payment of Rs.5/-.
    The events which have not been registered within one year of occurance, shall be registered on an order made by the Area Magistrate i.e. SDM on payment of Rs.10/- as late fee.

    ENTRY OF THE NAME OF THE CHILD IN BIRTH RECORD.
    In case the registration of the birth has been done without name of the child, the name can be entered free of cost within one year either orally, or in writing. After one year but within a period of 15 years name can be entered on payment of Rs.5/- as late fee.
    IMPORTANT FEATURES OF SIKKIM REGISTRATION OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS RULES, 1999
    (Date of implementation 1.1.2000)
    Item Position in Sikkim Registration Of Births & Deaths Rules,1999
    A. Period for Registration : (Rule 5)
    i) Birth 21 days
    ii) Still birth 21 days
    iii) Death 21 days
    B. Late Registration: ( Rule 9)
    i) Within 30 days (No permission is required) Rs. 5/-
    ii) After 30 days but within one year (With the
    Written permission of Registrar) Rs. 5/-
    iii) Beyond one year (order by the Area Magistrate i.e. SDM . Rs.10/-
    C. Entry of Name of the Child in Birth Record (Rule 10)
    (a) Registration on or after 1.1.2000
    (i) Within 12 months from the date of registration Nil
    (ii) After 12 months but within a period of 15 years
    From the date of registration Rs. 5/-
    ( Registration before 1.1.2000
    (Eligible period is fifteen years, which will be reckoned w.e.f. 1/1/2000) Rs. 5/-
    D. Fee structure for issue of birth /death certificate (Rule 13)
    (i) Search for a single entry of birth or death in the 1st year
    For which search is made Rs. 5/-
    (ii) For every additional year for which the search Is continued Rs. 5/-
    (iii) For granting extract relating to each birth Or death ie issue of certificate Rs. 5/-
    (iv) For granting certificate of non-registration Of Birth or Death event Rs. 5/-

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  11. application for Birth Certificate in Rajasthan

    जन्म और मृत्यु रजिस्ट्रीकरण अधिनियम, 1969 लागू होने के बाद देश में जन्म, मृत्यु और मृत जन्म की घटनाओं का पंजीयन अनिवार्य हो गया है। अधिनियम के अंतर्गत राज्यों में नियुक्त मुख्य रजिस्ट्रार कार्यपालक प्राधिकारी है और राज्यों में सांख्यिकी रिपोर्ट के संकलन और रजिस्ट्रीकरण के कार्य के लिये उत्तरदायी है। रजिस्ट्रीकरण के कार्य में कागजी कार्यवाही कम करने, समक अभिलेख के हस्तांतरण में तेजी लाने और प्रणाली को आधुनिक तकनीकों के प्रयोग के अनुरूप बनाने की कड़ी में आई.एस.एस.पी. परियोजना के अंतर्गत उपलब्ध वित्तीय प्रावधानों से जन्म-मृत्यु पंजीयन का यह सॉफ्‍टवेयर तैयार कराया गया है। इस सॉफ्टवेयर के माध्यम से पंजीयन के महत्वपूर्ण प्रावधानों, प्रक्रिया, आवेदन पत्र, प्रमाण पत्रों का उपयोग एवं महत्व, जारी प्रमाण पत्र की प्रतिलिपि आदि जानकारियॉ आमजन के लिए उपलब्ध हो सकेगी एवं विभिन्न तरह की रिपोर्ट एवं सूचनायें विभागीय उपयोग हेतु उपलब्ध हो सकेगी।

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  12. Application for Birth Certificate in Punjab

    Step by Step procedure for issue of Birth Certificate
    The application forms are available free of cost from the office of The Registrar (Births & Deaths) (Download Form)
    The fully filled application form duly signed by the applicant is submitted to the Registrar Births & Deaths.
    The cashier/ clerk/ computer operator receives the application with required fee and applicant is given a receipt. This fee can also be paid in treasury on treasury challan form T.R.6.
    The required certificate can be collected personally or by post giving self addressed envelope with the application.
    Any member of the family can apply for this Certificate

    Check List of Documents
    Application Form
    Fee Receipt/ Copy of Challan if paid in Treasury.
    Verification Procedures
    Details mentioned in the form are verified from the actual records of nursing homes and hospitals in case of birth. In case the birth is not registered within 21 days then the registration is made on verification conducted through revenue authorities. For registering Birth after one year, the registration takes place in the court of the SDM.

    Prescribed Time Schedule
    The Birth Certificate is issued to the applicant in 7 working days.
    Addresses of Concerned Officers
    Civil Surgeon cum District Registrar, Births and Deaths at District Level for Rural Area.
    Executive Officer/ Local Registrar, Births and Deaths in Municipal Committee for Urban Area.

    Fee Prescribed
    Fee for one copy of Certificate: Rs. 21/-
    Search fees for one year : Rs. 2/-

    Sanctioning Authority
    Registrar ( Birth and Death)
    Dr. Harshwardhan
    30 Bays Building, Sector 17, Chandigarh
    9417307588
    Supporting Documents required:
    Birth/Death Registration
    Primary Info Report(Mandatory)
    Any Other Attachment (Optional)

    Addition of Name of Child in Birth certificates
    Application cum self-declaration from parent or guardian (Mandatory)
    Birth Certificate in original/ photocopy (Mandatory)
    School certificate or passport or driving license or any other document on which date of birth and name is mentioned (Attested copy) or self-declaration for child less than 5 year (Mandatory)

    Corrections in Birth/ Death certificates Application (Mandatory)
    Self Declaration (Describe the reason of correction) under state rule 11 (Mandatory)
    Witnesses of two credible persons like Sarpanch/ Panch/ Municipal Councilor/ MLA/ MP or Gazetted Officer under state rule 11 (Mandatory)
    Birth/Death Certificate in original/photocopy (Mandatory)
    Report of hospital/Nursing home in case of institutional delivery (Mandatory for Birth)
    School certificate of child/Father/Mother in case of correction in their name (Mandatory)
    School certificate of deceased (Mandatory for Death)
    Copy of post mortem report and FIR in accidental/ suicide/ murder cases (Mandatory for Death)
    Copy of Bank Passbook (Optional)
    Copy of Passport (Optional)
    Copy of Driving License (Optional for Birth)
    Copy of report of cremation ground or immersion of ashes or Bhogda card or antim ardas (Optional for Death)
    Copy of Property papers or insurance policy (Optional for Death)

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  13. Application for Birth Certificate in Orissa

    Municipal Corporation is issuing Birth and Death Certificates for the inhabitants of their city. City Health Officer who has been declared as the Registrar, Birth and Death for the City has been issuing such certificates on application within 24 hours after depositing the government fees in shape of treasury challan.
    1. For applying birth/death certificate, birth has to be registered first to the concerned authority of the locality.
    2. The form is available in the offices of local bodies or can be download from our site from the downloadable form section.
    3. Apply for the certificate and take a print out of the token generated after submitting the application.
    As per our last visit on 10-02-2014 this was the available online link for registration of birth. (If You have an updated link, please do share)
    How do I get Birth Certificate?
    Birth Certificate can be obtained in the following two steps

    Apply For Birth Certificate in www.Odishaonline.gov.in either as a Citizen or in CSC Centers.
    Get the Certificate after some specified period in the portal or in CSC centers as the case may be.
    Apply Birth Certificate as a Citizen
    A citizen can apply for birth certificate in www.Odishaonline.gov.in by logging in as a Citizen User. For this He must have a login/User id. If he does not have, then He can sign in for the same and get his login/User id and password. Once he got his login/User id, he is eligible to avail the services in Odishaonline portal.

    For applying Birth Certificate in Odishaonline Portal, he must have the following things in hand to proceed.
    A valid Registration no. of the child. If he does not have then may contact Health Office for that.
    He must be a parent or guardian of the child for whom the Certificate is required.
    Identity proof.
    Debit/Credit Card to use in Payment Gateway for paying fees of the certificate (Annexure I).
    A valid email address and Mobile No. This must be filled while registering with the site as a Citizen User. The email address and Mobile no. will be used for sending certificate status.

    Taking the Certificate as a Citizen

    A citizen who has applied for certificate can also check his application status in Odishaonline Portal. When the application for certificate is approved by appropriate Authority (ULB/Municipality office) User can take the print out of the digitally signed certificate. For this the mandatory requirements are
    Citizen must check his Transaction history (My Transaction Tab in Dash board) in his Login in Odishaonline portal. He has to navigate to the "Check application Status"link to redirect to the appropriate Authority to check his application status there.
    Once the application is approved, appropriate message will be communicated to the user to his mobile and email address. So the user has to use the same to get the certificate from the Odishaonline Portal.
    As the Certificate is digitally signed he must provide appropriate identity/Security code to avail the digitally signed Certificate.
    Apply Birth Certificate in CSC Centers
    A citizen can apply for birth certificate in www.Odishaonline.gov.in in CSC centers available at various places in urban areas.

    For applying Birth Certificate in Odishaonline Portal, he must have the following things in hand to proceed.
    A valid Registration no. of the child. If he does not have then may contact Health Office for that.
    He must be a parent or guardian of the child for whom the Certificate is required.
    Identity proof.
    Appropriate fees of the certificate (Annexure I) along with User fees (Service charge at CSC centers(Annexure II)).
    Taking the Certificate from a CSC Center
    A citizen who has applied for certificate through a CSC center can take his certificate from the same CSC center during the time provided by the CSC Operator while applying for the Certificate. When the application for certificate is approved by appropriate Authority (ULB/Municipality office), He will get the digitally signed certificate from the CSC Operator. For this the mandatory requirements are
    Citizen has to approach the CSC center during the date and time provided to him by the Center Operator.
    Identity proof as required during the certificate submission.

    ANNEXURE I
    Birth Certificate Fees
    If the birth is within 21 days – Rs. 2/-
    If the birth is within 30 days to -1 year – Rs.5/-
    If the birth is after 1 year – Rs.10/-

    ANNEXURE II
    Use Fees for CSC centers
    Birth Certificate: Rs. 10.

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  14. Application for Birth Certificate in Maharashtra

    You need all papers attested from any authorized person of govt department. Document in A4 size paper also make sure that you had took all copies in one page for one only.
    For Address – Ration card, passport, electricity bill, phone bill, water bill.
    For Photo ID – Voter id card, college / school I card
    Passport size photos

    Candidates also have to note that in case they don’t have any of document they can use the affidavit by the tehsil or court.
    In the process to get birth certificate in Maharashtra the website of Mahaonline has the facility for registration. The applicants can visit to the website of www.mahaonline.gov.in and can make their registration. After filling the registration the candidates can get their certificate through the CSC or through the Sangram Kendra.

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  15. Application for Birth Certificate in Madhya Pradesh

    Candidate who needs this certificate can visit to the “Samadhan Centers” of Madhya Pradesh. Within 21 days of birth parents need to make registration through concerned office or by registrar. Mp birth certificate can get after the verification of all documents at concerned hospital. If any person haven’t apply within this duration after that he/she needs to get the verification by police and revenue department to get birth certificate Madhya Pradesh. In some areas of state to get this you can use the online facilities and in the village through the panchayat or by the revenue office.
    As per the Indian Constitution Act of “Birth and Death Registration Act 1969” and in Madhya Pradesh “Birth and Death Registration Act 1973” along with the revised rule of 1999 the state government works for making the certificate.

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  16. Application for Birth Certificate in Kerala

    Birth certificate forms of Kerala
    May read all the details.
    http://www.cr.lsgkerala.gov.in/Content.php?id=B

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  17. Application for Birth Certificate in Karnataka

    Birth Certificate: Karnataka
    Persons required to register the Birth/Death
    Persons required to register the births and deaths within the prescribed period of 21 (twenty one ) days from the date of birth/still birth/death as the case may be, are as shown below.
    In respect of births and deaths in a house, the head of the house/household, and if he is not present at any time during the period within which the birth/death has to be reported, then the nearest relative present in the house or the oldest adult male person present in the house during the said period;
    In respect of births/deaths in a hospital or health center or maternity or nursing home or other like institutions, the medical officer in charge or any person authorised by him on his behalf;
    In respect of births and deaths in a jail, the jailor in charge;
    In respect of births/deaths in a choultry, chattram, hostel, dharamshala, boarding-house, lodging-house, tavern, barrack, toddy shop or place of public resort, the person in charge there of;
    In respect of any new-born child or dead body found deserted in a public place, the headman or the corresponding officer of the village in the case of a village, the officer in charge of the local police station elsewhere;
    In any other place, such a person as may be prescribed.
    Extracts of birth/death registration :
    · The extracts of the particulars from the register relating to births or deaths are to be given to an informant, as noted above, within thirty days from the date of reporting. If the informant fails to collect the extracts of the registration of birth/death, then the registrar would transmit the same to the concerned family by post within fifteen days of the expiry of the thirty-day period.
    · Fee Any birth/death of which information is given to the Registrar after the expiry of 21 days from the date of occurrence but within 30 days of the same, shall be registered on payment of a late fee of Rs.2/- ( Rupees Two only).
    Any birth/death of which information is given to the Registrar after thirty days but within one year of its occurrence, shall be registered only with the written permission of the Tahsildar/Commissioner/Chief officer as the case may be, on payment of a late fee of Rs.5/- (Rupees Five only).
    Any birth or death which has not been registered within one year of its occurrence, shall be registered only on an order of a Magistrate of the first class or a Presidency Magistrate, on payment of a late fee of Rs.10/- (Rupees Ten only).



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  18. Application for Birth Certificate in Jharkhand

    Obtain Birth Certificate
    Birth registration has been done in the State of Jharkhand as per Birth & Death Registration Act, 1969 and Jharkhand Birth & Death Registration ruling, 2009. Accordingly every Birth is to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence in the prescribed reporting forms.
    When the Birth has taken place in a house
    The head of the house in which a birth has taken place or nearest relative of the head of the House or oldest person in the family or Anganwadi Sewika or Chawkidar should inform the concerned registrar:
    When the Birth has taken place outside the house
    When occurrence took place in a Sadar Hospital/Sub-Divisional Hospital/Medical College Hospital/Referral Hospital people will get certification of Birth from the same concern as the deputy superintendent of the hospitals and officers In-charge of referral hospital and PHCs are denoted as registrar for their jurisdiction.
    In Maternity Home and other like Institution: Medical officer In-charge is responsible to inform the occurrence to concerned Registrar and will obtain birth certificate from the registrar and hand it over the person. The medical officer In-charge can take a self addressed stamped envelop from the beneficiaries at the time of discharge of patient.
    In a Jail: Jail In-charge is informer.
    In a Dharmshala, Boarding House etc: Person In-charge is informer.
    In a Moving Vehicle: Person In-charge of the Vehicle is informer.
    Found deserted in a public place: Headman of the Village/In-charge of the local police station are informer.
    If a baby is born to a family who has come from a foreign country and has moved to India with the motive to settle down in India, the birth registration can be done within sixty days of their arrival to that place. It will be treated as if occurrence has been taken within 21 days.
    Procedure
    Birth Certificates in Jharkhand are issued by the Local Bodies namely Medical College hospital, Sadar Hospital, Sub divisional Hospital, Nagar Nigam, Municipality, NAC, Referral Hospital, PHC, Panchayat and Cantonment Board, within 7 days from the date of receipt of prescribe application form from the applicant. After a short enquire registrar will register the case and provide the certificate. In case of Birth took place in Moving Vehicle, Registration will be done in the first place of halt of the vehicle.
    Concerned Authority
    Administrative Registrar
    State: Secretary, Planning and Development Department of Jharkhand Government-cum-Chief Registrar (Birth & Death), Jharkhand - Director, Statistics & Evaluation-cum-Additional Chief Registrar (Birth & Death), Jharkhand - Joint Director, Vital-cum-Joint Chief Registrar (Birth & Death), Jharkhand - Deputy Directory, Vital-cum-Deputy-Chief Registrar (Birth & Death), Jharkhand.
    District and Below:
    Deputy Commissioner-cum-District Registrar (Birth & Death)
    District Statistical Officer-cum-Additional District Registrar (Birth & Death)
    Block Development Officer-cum-Additional District Registrar (Birth & Death) Concerned block areas.
    Civil Surgeon-cum-Additional District Registrar (Birth & Death)
    Operational Registrars

    Gram Panchayat Sewek-cum-Registrar (Birth & Death), Concerned Gram Panchayat areas.
    Medical officer-cum-Registrar (Birth & Death) Concerned Municipal Corporation
    Medical officer/Executive officer/Special officer/ Chairman/Deputy Chairman-cum-Concerned Registrar of Municipality/N.A.C
    Deputy Superintendent-cum-Registrar (Birth & Death) Concerned
    Medical College Hospital, Sub divisional Hospital Medical Officer In-charge-cum-concerned referral hospital
    All Medical Officer In-charge of P.H.Cs and Additional P.H.Cs

    Supporting Papers/Documents
    Application on a prescribe form.
    Proof of Birth of the person in respect of whom the certificate is required.
    Affidavit specifying place, date and time of birth of the person.
    Copy of Ration Card/School leaving certificate, if any, showing date of birth (in the case of birth certificate only)
    All documents to be attested by a Gazetted Officer

    Note: After one month to maximum one year of the event an affidavit may be asked by the authority as per the situation.
    Criteria Used for deciding the case
    It is on the Registrar's Satisfaction to register the case.
    Additional Information
    Fee for obtaining the copies of certificate
    No fee is required for certificate but every duplicate copy cost Rs 5/- each.
    Rules for registering after due date
    There is a prescribed rule and fee structure for late registration and submission of required documents, after that permission from a competent authority has to be obtained.


    Procedure of Late Registration
    A birth can be registered after 21 days but before 30 days of occurrence on payment of late fee.
    A birth can be registered after 30 days but before 1 year of occurrence after obtaining written permission from the specified officer and on payment of late fee.
    A birth can be registered after 1 year of occurrence after obtaining an order from the Executive Magistrate deputed for this job by S.D.O and on payment of late fee.

    Fee Structure for Registration
    Registration within a period of 21 days of occurrence - No fee
    Registration after 21 days but up to 30 days of occurrence - Rs.1/-
    Registration after 30 days but up to 1 year of occurrence - Rs.1/-
    Registration after 1 year of occurrence - Rs.1/-

    Addition of the Name of the Child in Birth Record
    Within 1 year of the birth, the parents can get the name of their child added without any fee from the registrar. An affidavit along with an application from shall be needed from the parents. After 1 year but within 15 years, the same can be added at the same registration unit, on payment of late fee Rs 5/- and submission of an application form with affidavit.
    Changes in the Certificate
    Changes in the certificate can be undertaken at same registration unit on a written request along with an affidavit and undertaking from the informant.
    Response Time
    Normally you should be getting a response within 21 days.
    For any other information please contact:
    Director, Statistics and Evaluation,
    Engineer's hostel No. 1,
    Near Golchakkar, Dhurwa, Ranchi
    Contact No: 0651-2400877

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  19. Application for Birth Certificate in Jammu & Kashmir


    Registration of Birth and Deaths & Still Births as per Registration Act, 1969.
    Birth can take place in Hospital / Home.
    ULBs are Registration Authority.
    Inputs : Legal forms
    Outputs: Certificates & statistical reports.
    Basis for analysis for Birth rates.
    Citizen can demand Birth Certificate online.
    Birth certificate will be attested with a digital signature (On-Demand)
    Legally valid Birth Certificate will be issued.
    Citizen will be able to search his birth record.
    Statistical report generation facility is provided

    "The child shall be registered immediately after birth and shall have the right from birth to name, the right to acquire a nationality and as far as possible, the right to know & be cared for by his or her parents." Article 7 of the 1989 U.N. Convention on the Right of the Child (CRC)
    BIRTH CERTIFICATE is the vital record that documents the birth of a child. A birth certificate usually includes information like birth name , date and time of birth , sex of the child, place or location of birth and name of parents.
    Housing & Urban Development Department of J & K offers Birth Certificate Facilitation service for all eighty four urban local bodies from Jammu & Kashmir.
    WE COULD NOT FIND THE FORM FROM ANY OF THE WEBSITE AND THEREFORE WE ARE PASTING THE LINK TO OBTAIN THE ONLINE REGISTRATION OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE. IF YOU HAPPEN TO GET THE FORM, KINDLY LET US KNOW AT OUR FORUM.

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  20. Application for Birth Certificate in Himachal Pradesh

    The Form for obtaining birth certificate in Himachal Pradesh

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  21. Application for Birth Certificate in Haryana

    Birth Certificate
    Birth registration has been done in the State of Haryana as per Birth & Death Registration Act and Haryana Birth & Death Registration ruling.
    Accordingly every Birth is to be reported and registered within 21 days at the place of its occurrence in the prescribed reporting forms. When the Birth has taken place in a house
    The head of the house in which a birth has taken place or nearest relative of the head of the House or oldest person in the family or Anganwadi Sewika or Chawkidar should inform the concerned registrar:

    When the Birth has taken place outside the house
    When occurrence took place in a Sadar Hospital/Sub-Divisional Hospital/Medical College Hospital/Referral Hospital people will get certification of Birth from the same concern as the deputy superintendent of the hospitals and officers In-charge of referral hospital and PHCs are denoted as registrar for their jurisdiction.
    In Maternity Home and other like Institution: Medical officer In-charge is responsible to inform the occurrence to concerned Registrar and will obtain birth certificate from the registrar and hand it over the person. The medical officer In-charge can take a self addressed stamped envelop from the beneficiaries at the time of discharge of patient.

    In a Jail: Jail In-charge is informer.

    In a Dharmshala, Boarding House etc: Person In-charge is informer.

    In a Moving Vehicle: Person In-charge of the Vehicle is informer.

    Found deserted in a public place: Headman of the Village/In-charge of the local police station are informer.

    If a baby is born to a family who has come from a foreign country and has moved to India with the motive to settle down in India, the birth registration can be done within sixty days of their arrival to that place. It will be treated as if occurrence has been taken within 21 days.

    Procedure
    Birth Certificates in Haryana are issued by the Local concern PHC./CHC (list attached) for rural area and M.C. for urban area, within 7 days from the date of receipt of prescribe application form from the applicant.
    After a short enquire registrar will register the case and provide the certificate.
    In case of Birth took place in Moving Vehicle, Registration will be done in the first place of halt of the vehicle.
    Documents Required:
    Application on a prescribe form.
    Proof of Birth of the person in respect of whom the certificate is required.
    Affidavit specifying place, date and time of birth of the person.
    Copy of Ration Card/School leaving certificate, if any, showing date of birth (in the case of birth certificate only)
    All documents to be attested by a Gazetted Officer

    Note: After one month to maximum one year of the event an affidavit may be asked by the authority as per the situation. Additional Information
    Fee for obtaining the copies of certificate
    No fee is required for certificate but every duplicate copy cost Rs 5/- each.

    Rules for registering after due date
    There is a prescribed rule and fee structure for late registration and submission of required documents, after that permission from a competent authority has to be obtained. Procedure of Late Registration
    A birth can be registered after 21 days but before 30 days of occurrence on payment of late fee.
    A birth can be registered after 30 days but before 1 year of occurrence after obtaining written permission from the specified officer and on payment of late fee.
    A birth can be registered after 1 year of occurrence after obtaining an order from the Executive Magistrate deputed for this job by S.D.O and on payment of late fee.

    Fee Structure for Registration

    Registration within a period of 21 days of occurrence - No fee
    Registration after 21 days but up to 30 days of occurrence - Rs.1/-
    Registration after 30 days but up to 1 year of occurrence - Rs.1/-
    Registration after 1 year of occurrence - Rs.1/-

    Addition of the Name of the Child in Birth Record
    Within 1 year of the birth, the parents can get the name of their child added without any fee from the registrar. An affidavit along with an application from shall be needed from the parents.
    After 1 year but within 15 years, the same can be added at the same registration unit, on payment of late fee Rs 5/- and submission of an application form with affidavit.
    Changes in the Certificate
    Changes in the certificate can be undertaken at same registration unit on a written request along with an affidavit and undertaking from the informant.
    Check the status of your birth certificate online: http://jansahayak.gov.in/appstatus.aspx

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  22. Application for Birth Certificate in Gujarat

    Birth & Death Registration
    Registration of Births/deaths Act, 1969 is operative in Gujarat state since 1-4-1970. Rules under section 3 of the Act were implemented since 18-4-1973. Registration general India reviewed the procedure of total registration of statistical works of Birth/deaths and to modify various rules applied Gujarat registration of birth and deaths (revision) rules were published in gazette dated 22-1-2004 and come into force. Registration of births/death are made accordingly.Structure of registration of Birth/Deaths 1 Chief Registrar Birth/deaths Commissioner, Health 2 Deputy Chief Registrar, Birth/deaths Additional Director, Statistics. 3 Additional Deputy Chief Registrar Birth/Deaths Deputy Director, Statistics 4 District Registrar Births/deaths Chief District Health Officer/district Health officer 5 Taluka Registrar Births/deaths Taluka Development Officer 6 Registrar, Rural Talati-cum-mantri 7 Forest area Ranger/Forester 8 Independent area Authorized officer 9 Municipal Corporation Health Officer 10 Municipality Chief Officer/ Health Officer/ Principal Officer
    From Surat http://www.suratmunicipal.gov.in/
    The registration of the births and the deaths within SMC limit is by law duty of Surat Municipal Corporation. This activity is presently entirely computerized and the benefit of the same can be availed from any of the zone offices. Some of the important information relating to the process of birth and death registration are as listed below :
    The forms and formats that are required for the purpose of birth and death registration can be availed from the Civic centers, Zone offices or SMC headquarter.
    Registration of Birth within 21 days of birth as well as incidence of death within 21 days from the death without fee, and after 21 days of birth and after 21 days of death, but within 30 days, the birth registration can be made by paying Rs. 2=00 as delayed fee. Further, after 30 days, but within one year the unregistered birth & death can be made on payment of Rs. 5=00 as delayed charges, by execution of an affidavit before the executive magistrate. However, previous sanction of the commissioner shall have to be taken.
    The registration of unreported birth & death shall be made with an affidavit executed before the Executive Magistrate (FC) and on payment of Rs. 5/- as a delayed fee.
    In the case of registered birth, the name of the child can be entered within a year without fee, as well as in cases of birth registered from first year to 15th year, the name can be entered on payment of Rs. 2=00 as delayed fee. In case of non-reporting of names within 15 years, the same can not be entered in any circumstances.
    First copy of such birth & death is given free of cost within one year.
    For additional copy of birth & death, an application in prescribed form shall have to be made.
    On payment of Rs. 1=00, a copy of birth & death certificate is available in Gujarati or English.
    For registering the birth & death, all the information in detailed proforma, in a readable and clear manner have to be furnished.
    In the birth registration, once the name of child is entered the same can not be amended in any nature and no other (alias) name can be attached to it.
    At the time of death, the name of deceased is certain. Therefore the name prevalent in the day today transactions be dictated. Once the deceased's name is written, it can not be amended in any nature, nor any other (alias) name can be attached to it.
    At the time of school admission, the birth certificate is compulsorily required. Therefore,
    it is necessary to obtain birth certificate of your child. Rush is always there during November to
    January every year for getting certificates. Therefore, it is requested to obtain the same before

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  23. Application for Birth Certificate in Goa

    Obtain Birth Certificate
    In India, it is mandatory under the law (as per the Registration of Births & Deaths Act, 1969) to register every birth/stillbirth with the concerned State/UT Government within 21 days of its occurrence.
    Concerned Authority
    The persons who could register the event are:
    i. In a Hospital, Health Centre, Maternity Home, Nursing Home or other similar institutions: Medical Officer In-charge or any officer authorised by him/her
    ii. In a Jail: Jailor In-charge
    iii. In a Hostel, Dharamshala, Boarding/Lodging House etc.: Person In-charge
    iv. In a Moving Vehicle: Person In-charge of the Vehicle
    v. Found deserted in a public place: Headman of the Village/In-charge of the local police station
    vi. House: Head of the household or in his absence, his nearest relative
    Procedure
    The applicant can put up his/her application for registering birth and obtaining birth certificate at the e-Suvidha centers situated in the Offices of “Registrar of Births and Deaths” of Panaji Municipal Corporation or Municipal Council or Village Panchayat or Medical Superintendent/State/District/Sub-Divisional Hospitals as applicable to obtain birth registration and certificates.
    The applicant is given an Acknowledgement Receipt for the same that indicates a Delivery Date for his/her Certificate.
    For delayed registration, the issuing authority, at his discretion may initiate Field Enquiry by the relevant Tehsil/Revenue Inspector/Deputy Collector & Magistrate on the merit of the application. After proper verification, the respective authorities would issue the birth certificate to the applicant.
    Concerned Department
    In Goa, the District Magistrate and Collectors have been designated as “District Registrar of births and deaths” the Sub-Divisional Magistrates/Block Development Officers have been designated as Additional Registrar for birth.
    In addition, the commissioner of Panaji Municipal Corporation/ secretary of Municipal Council/ secretary of Village Panchayat and incharges of State/District/Sub-Divisional Hospitals have also been notified as “Registrar of births and deaths”.
    The different bodies in the state for birth registration are:
    • Corporation of the City of Panaji
    • Municipal Council
    • Village Panchayat
    • Goa Medical College, Bambolim – Goa. (Please note, GMC will register only if event took place in GMC.)
    Necessary Documents
    The following indicative list of documents may qualify to substantiate the applicant's claim for registering birth and obtaining a certificate:
    • Citizenship of either of Parents [mandatory]
    • Certificate of Pradhan
    • Certificate of Doctor/Hospital Discharge Certificate
    • Tehshil enquiry
    • In case of delayed registration, an affidavit from Judicial Magistrate/Notary is required indicating the date and place of birth, names of the parents and evidence of the event of birth.
    • In case you have applied after a month but within a year you have to obtain a permission from the Add. Dist. Registrar i.e. B.D.O. of concerned Taluka.
    • In case you have applied after one year you have to obtain an order from the Executive Magistrate and copy of the said order is required to be attached with the prescribed application form.
    Fees structure
    Rs. 2/- only per copy
    Rs.5/- upto a period of one year.
    Rs 10/ if registered after one year.

    Application form for issue of certified digital print of Birth documents prior to: Visit the link here: http://eservices.goa.gov.in/eService/photocopies.jsp
    Issue of copy of Birth Certificate: https://egov.goa.nic.in/niceservices/Municipal/birthApplication.aspx

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  24. Application for Birth Certificate in Delhi NDMC

    General Instructions & Guidelines
    1. You require following documents for this service.
    • For Non-institutional birth.
    ♦ Hospital proof . •
    For Institutional birth
    ♦ Residential proof.
    2. Please come to collect your birth Certificate after two days.
    3. You can also get information about your application status at http://www.ndmc.gov.in.
    Fee Structure:
    • Within 21 days of the occurrence of Birth/Death- No Fee
    • After 21 days to 30 days of the occurrence of Birth/Death - Rs. 7/- As late fee
    • After 30 days to within 1 year of the occurrence of Birth - Rs. 10/- As late fee
    • Beyond One year of the occurrence of Birth/Death - SDM Order from local area + Rs. 15 As late fee
    • Name Registration in Birth Certificate fee Rs. 10/-
    • Birth Certificate fee Rs. 20/- for one copy
    • Search fee Rs. 7/- for old records
    Where to Submit the Application
    For Institutional and Home Event
    i) International Inoculation Centre (HQ) Birth and Death Centre, Mandir Marg.(for event more than 1 yr old)
    ii) Palika Suvidha Kendra, 48 Babar Road , New Delhi.(For current year certificate—Kalawati saran, NRCH, Babar Road, Bangali Market, Princess Park etc.)
    iii) Palika Suvidha Kendra Palika Bhavan,R.K Puram,Safdarjang Hospital,New Delhi. (For Current year certificate—SJH, AIIMS, PMH, Home B & D)
    iv) SBS Place (for current year certificate for Gole Market and nearby NDMC area, L.H.M.C Hospital & R.M.L Hospital,New Delhi.
    v) Charak Palika Hospital, MotiBagh,New Delhi. (For Current Home & Hospital Data, Motibagh, Sardar Patel, North & South Anveue, Ashoka Hotal, Netaji Nagar etc.)
    vi) Maternity Hospital, Lodhi Road,New Delhi. (For current certificate(PMH/Neaby home data) Zone -8 SI office
    vii) Kidwai Nagar, New Delhi. (Current year hospital & home—AIIMS, Kidwai Nagar, Laxmi Bai Nagar, Ansari Nagar)
    viii) Sarojni Nagar Center,(For current year, Shanti Aavedna Hospital & Trauma Centre A.I.I.M.S, sarojini Nagar New Delhi.

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  25. Application for Birth Certificate in Dadra and Nagar Haveli

    Required Documents for Birth Certificate – For Rural Area
    Birth Certificate from relevant Hospital.
    In case the delivery is not an institutional delivery a certificate from Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (A.N.M).
    In case the name is already registered the details of Date of Birth, Father/Mother Name and Birth Place with application.
    The birth registration is free in cases where the application for registration is filled within 21 days from the date of birth.
    In case the application is field after 21 days but before 30 days it shall be accompanied by a receipt of Rs. 1/- to be paid at concerned Patel Talati office.
    In case where the application is field after 30 days but before one year it shall be accompanied by a receipt of Rs. 3/- to be paid at concerned Patel Talati office.
    In case where the delay is more than one year a copy of order of Hon’ble Civil Court accompanied by a receipt of Rs.5/- to be paid at concerned Patel Talati office

    Concern
    Patel Talathi
    Revenue Department, Silvassa
    Contact:
    Revenue Department
    Near Collector Office
    Silvassa - 396 230
    Tel: 0260 - 2642444
    WE COULD NOT FIND THE FORM FROM ALL THE AVAILABLE RESOURCES ON THE NET. IF YOU HAVE THE AVAILABILITY OF FORM, PLEASE SEND IT TO US.

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