Punjab

PSEB directs for biometric updation in Aadhaar cards of students

By Rajan Nath -- March 16, 2021 4:03 pm -- Updated:Feb 15, 2021

Punjab School Education Department (PSEB) Tuesday issued orders for making biometric updation in Aadhaar cards of the school students to ensure timely scholarship under various schemes.

A spokesperson of the Punjab School Education Department (PSEB) said that the Director-General of school education has issued a letter to the district education officers in this regard.

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Punjab School Education Department (PSEB) issued orders for making biometric updation in Aadhaar cards of school students to ensure scholarship schemes.

The roster of primary schools regarding Aadhaar cards of students will be prepared by the District Education Officer (EE) and the roster for Middle, High and Senior Secondary will be prepared by the District Education Officer (SE) of the concerned district.

According to the spokesperson, the students must have an Aadhaar card for various scholarship schemes. Therefore, instructions have been issued for the students between the ages group of 5 to 15 years to acquire their Aadhar card.

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Punjab School Education Department (PSEB) issued orders for making biometric updation in Aadhaar cards of school students to ensure scholarship schemes.

At the same time, biometric updation has also been asked for the students who have Aadhaar cards.

Punjab School Education Department (PSEB) issued orders for making biometric updation in Aadhaar cards of school students to ensure scholarship schemes.

This process will begin from the new academic session (April 1, 2021). The Department of Food and Civil Supplies will provide 294 Aadhaar kits with manpower for making Aadhaar cards and they will visit different places for the said purpose.

Aadhaar biometric updation will start from primary school students, followed by the middle, high, and senior secondary school students. Officials have also been asked to keep in mind the school education board's datesheet while preparing the roster of students.

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