Civil Registration Systems
Registrars have been appointed for each local area under Section 7 of the RBD Act, 1969 for registration of births and deaths occurred under their jurisdictional area. Registrars may belong to a municipality, Panchayat, Government health institution or other local authority appointed by the State Government..
As per the registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 in respect of births and deaths in a hospital, health center, maternity or nursing home or other like institutions, responsibility of informing the events to the registrar...
In case of domiciliary Birth & Death, Citizen needs to inform the occurrence of the event to the respective Registrar, within 21 days of its occurrence. After registration, the certificate needs to be obtained from the Registrar. Where a birth has been registered without name of the child, the same needs to be reported to the Registrar within prescribed period.
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Please visit concern Registrar (Birth/Death) office for issuing, printing, verifying or checking the status of birth/death certificate.
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