How to Verify Aadhaar Details Using Online Tool

It is important to verify the details you have provided for your Aadhaar card as they will be reflected on your 12 digit unique identification card. And as per the latest rules by the government, almost all the other official document has to be linked with the Aadhaar card.

The last date for the linkage has been fixed to link the documents is by 31st March. To know more you can also read 

To make the whole process easier, UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India) which issues Aadhaar number provides an online tool that enables verifications of details like mobile number and email registered with Aadhaar.

The UIDAI Official Website i.e. offers various tools to perform different task and one of the tool is ‘Verify Email / Mobile Number’.

 A message on the UIDAI website reads “This feature can be used to verify email address and mobile number that has been declared during enrolment or latest successful processed update request, whichever is later”. 

UIDAI offers a common tool that enables users to verify their email or mobile number online. And the link is available on the official website of UIDAI.

There is another way to access the ‘Verify Email / Mobile Number’ tool is by visiting the UIDAI official website and clicking on a link by the same name on right hand side.

How to verify Email on Aadhaar?

To verify your email address on Aadhaar, follow the below mentioned steps for the same:

Steps 1 - visit the official website of UIDAI as mentioned above.

Step 2 - And on the home page click on ‘Verify Email / Mobile Number’

Step 3 - Enter your 12 – digit Aadhaar number, the email address you are looking to verify and security code in the field given

Step 4 - Click on ‘Get One Time Password’ and you will receive the OTP or One Time Password on your registered mobile phone number and that will work as your verification code. This OTP is sent to the email address registered with your Aadhaar

Step 5 - Now you will see a message which reads “The OTP is sent to your registered Email ID. Check your Email ID”

Step 6 - Go to your inbox – of the email account you want to verify – and look for an email containing the OTP

Step 7 - Enter OTP which you have received on your email on the right hand side of the page and click on ‘verify OTP’ button

Step 8 – In case of you have provided all the valid information, you will receive a message which reads “Congratulations! The Email ID matches with our records”


How to verify mobile number in Aadhaar


Follow the below mentioned steps to verify mobile number with Aadhaar:

Steps 1 – Provide Aadhaar number, mobile number and security code in the required field and click on ‘Get One Time Password’  

Step 2 – Receive Aadhaar verification code in an SMS

Step 3 – Enter the password you have received on your mobile on the OTP field

Step 4 – Push the ‘verify OTP’ button

Step 5 - In case of you have provided all the valid information, you will receive a message which reads “Congratulations! The Email ID matches with our records”


Central Bank of India is a government owned bank which is one of the oldest and largest commercial banks in India. The bank has over 4730 branches, 5319 ATMs, and 4 extensions counters across 27 Indian states and three Union Territories.

The bank offers various types of banking facilities such as

  •  Loans
  •  Savings Accounts
  • Fixed Deposit Accounts
  •  NRI (Non – Resident of India) Banking
  •  Internet Banking
  •  Debit Card
  • Credit Card


IFSC Code Central Bank of India, Chennai


Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has launched IFSC codes which stand for Indian Financial System Code. This code was introduced by the RBI in order to ensure security and safety of the transactions. IFSC Code also helps in indentifying the bank and branch where the account of the beneficiary is held. RBI has also mandated IFSC code for different bank transactions. The IFSC code helps in recognizing each and every bank and its branches separately. The IFSC Codes follow two payment and settlement systems in India which are as follows:

(a)  RTGS (Real Time Gross Settlement)

(b)NEFT (National Electronic Fund Transfer)

IFSC Code is 11- digit code assigned by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to every bank as a part of NEFT / RTGS.

In IFS Code

(a) First four characters identify the bank name i.e. CBIN

(b) The fifth character is always 0

(c) And the last character represents the branch address i.e. 282331

[The IFS code used in above example is of Shakthi Towers, 766, Anna Salai, Chennai i.e., “CBIN0282331”].


Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu and it has played a really important role in the traditional, historical and academic growth of the country. It is also considered to be the cultural hub of South India which is famous for its rich heritage in classical dance, music, architecture, sculpture, crafts etc.