Birth/Death certificates issued through "e-olakh" application

Pravin Dabhani

birth/death certificates issued through

"e-olakh" application

A CSP is a vision to provide one stop solution for citizens of Gujarat State.

જન્મ અને મરણના દાખલા ઓનલાઇન ડાઉનલોડ કરવા માટે ઉપયોગી માહિતી

મહત્વપૂર્ણ લિંક

જન્મ અને મરણના દાખલા ડાઉનલોડ કરવા માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો 

મહત્વપૂર્ણ લિંક

જન્મ અને મરણના દાખલા કેવી રીતે ડાઉનલોડ કરવા તેની માહિતી માટે અહીં ક્લિક કરો 

A Common Services Portal (CSP – Digital Gujarat Portal) is a vision to provide one-stop solution for all G2C Services for citizens of Gujarat State. As a part of this vision, this Department intended to integrate Home Department, Women & Child Development ,Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Revenue Department, Education Department and Social Justice and Empowerment Department G2C Services in this application.

 The registration of the births and deaths in Gujarat is being done under the

provisions of the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 196g and corresponding rules

made there under. The O/o Chief Registrar(Births & Death) & Commissioner of Health,

Gujarat State has developed uniform software named "e-olakh" for Registration of

Births and Deaths and issuance of certificates registered through the system. After

implementing this software, the birth and death certificates are being issued through

this software under the provisions of section-!2h 7 of the RBD Act, 1969"

2. The certificates issued through the software which is accessible at

'' have unique certificate number to each registered event

across the state. These certificates are enabled with quick response (eR) code and the

authenticity of the certificate can be verified from the website

''. These certificates of birth and death are legally valid

document and may be considered as authentic proof for all Government as well as Non-

Government purposes. The process of generation of birth/death certificate through the

application is as under

"The events reported by the informants are being registered by the registrars

using their user id & password and after approval of the registrar, the certificates are

being generated electronically and either manual or facsimile signature of the issuing

authority appears on the records. The certificates thus generated will be made available

in the public portal of the 'e-olakh,.,,

3' AII concerned departments of Central Governments and State Governments are

requested to ensure that the certificates issued by the Registrars/Sub Registrars through

the application are accepted and not to insist for original certificates carrying manual

signature of the issuing authority. All heads of Departments may bring this to the notice

of their sub-officers for compliance.

4. This Circular is being issued in exercise of powers

the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1_969, to enable

certificates free of cost from their own home.

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