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Organization : The Registrar General & Census Commissioner India
Service Name : Birth & Death Online Application User Manual
Applicable State/UT: All India
Website : http://crsorgi.gov.in/web/index.php/auth/login

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Civil Registration Birth & Death Online Application

Please visit concern Registrar (Birth/Death) office for issuing, printing, verifying or checking the status of birth/death certificate.

Related / Similar Service : ccmc.gov.in Online Birth/ Death Certificate Coimbatore

Steps for Registering Birth/ Death :

You can follow the below steps for user registration in crsorgi portal for birth/ death application. Detailed description with images are provided below.

User Sign Up

Step 1 : Enter User Name *
Step 2 : Enter User Email Id *
Step 3 : Enter Mobile No. *
Step 4 : Select Date of Occurrence of Event *

Place of Occurrence of Birth/Death :
Select the following fields to complete registration
Step 5 : Select State/UT *
Step 6 : Select District *
Once you select district sub-districts will be listed on next drop down

Step 7 : Select Sub District/Taluk *
Step 8 : Select Village/Town *
Step 9 : Select Registration Unit *
Step 10 : Enter Captcha*
Step 11 : Click Register Button

* Compulsory Field

Once You complete registration you will receive the confirmation message shown above

Forgot Password

Below are the steps to retrieve your forgotten password.
Step 1 : Enter Your User Id
Step 2 : Enter Your Mail
Step 3 : Please enter the text from the image below
The letters are case-sensitive.
step 4 : Click Submit Button

User Login

You can log in & view the details of your application.
Step 1 : Enter User ID
Step 2 : Enter Password
Please enter the text from the image below:The letters are case-sensitive.
Step 3 : Click Login Button

Only Domiciliary (Home / House) Birth/Death can be reported through this portal within 21 days of the occurrence of the event.

Registration through Centralized CRS Portal

How to report an event online to the concerned registrar for registration of births and deaths?
** The births and deaths are registered at the place of occurrence of the event and by the concerned registrar.

** The institutional events can be reported by the in-charge of the institution to report such events to concerned registrar.

** Through this portal, general public may report only domiciliary (house/home) events within 21 days of the occurrence of the event.
** If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, one must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D).

** At the time of sign-up, users will be able to register for the functional registration units(RUs).
** In some particular RUs this centralized application is being used for registration of births and deaths.
** In drop down list, only these RUs will get listed at sign up page.

** After successful login, users need to fill the complete birth/death reporting form.

** Get the print out of the application and forward to the concerned Registrar BY HAND at the given address (address will appear on the bottom of the print out of application) along with the requisite documents.

** After successful submission of the application, users will get a confirmation mail on the provided e-mail id.

** The users will be informed about the status of the application through e-mail immediately after receipt of the application by the concerned registrar.

** The details of registered event will be informed through e-mail or it can be checked anytime from home page of the portal by quoting the Application Reference Number.

Documents Required

** Declaration by parent(s) in prescribed proforma
** Address Proof- copy of any one of the self attested document (Voter id card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)

Birth case

1. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of birth which takes place at their residence?
Ans: The documents need to be uploaded in case of birth which takes place at their residence:
** Declaration by parent(s) in prescribed proforma
** Address Proof- copy of any one of the self attested document (Voter id card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)

2. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of birth taken place at hospital?
Ans: The institutional (hospital) events cannot be reported by the family members/CSC, it is duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to concerned registrar.

3. Is there any specific time limit to register new born cases on line?
Ans: Yes, the events must be reported within 21 days of its occurrence. If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, parents must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D) for registration of births.

4. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in delayed cases?
Ans: The facilities of reporting of delayed events are presently not available. Delayed cases can be registered only at registration unit because for registering delayed events. The documents required for delayed events are:

Delayed Days Range [>21 days and up to 30 days]:
** Delayed Fee
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 1).

Delayed Days Range ( >30 days and < 1 year):
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 1).
** Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)
** Delayed Fees
** Affidavit/Declaration by informant
** Permission from the competent authority

Delayed by more than 1 year:
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 1).
** Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)
** Delayed Fees
** Affidavit/Declaration by informant
** Order from first class magistrate

Death Case

1. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of death and funeral procession takes place at any village?
Ans: Under system of registration of births and deaths, the events can only be registered with the respective registrar of the area of place of the occurrence of the event. The supporting documents required for a domiciliary death reported within 21 days of occurrence of the event
** Declaration by close relative/family member in prescribed proforma.
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2).
** Address Proof of dece
** ased- copy of any one of the self attested document (Voter id card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, Aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)

2. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of death taken place at hospital?
Ans: The institutional (hospital) events cannot be reported by the family members/CSC, it is duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to concerned registrar.

3. Is there any specific time limit to register death cases on line?
Ans: Yes, the events must be reported within 21 days of its occurrence. If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, one must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D) for registration of death.

4. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in delayed cases?
Ans: Delayed cases can be registered only at registration unit and online facility is not available to report delayed cases. The documents required for delayed events are
Delayed Days Range [>21 days and up to 30 days]:
** Delayed Fee
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2).

Delayed Days Range ( >30 days and < 1 year) :
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2).
** Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)
** Delayed Fees
** Affidavit/Declaration by informant
** Permission from the competent authority

Delayed by more than 1 year :
** Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2).
** Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)
** Delayed Fees
** Affidavit/Declaration by informant
** Order from first class magistrate

Answered Questions

I want to do Birth Registration of my daughter. Where can I register for birth certificate?
The events of birth and death are registered at the place of occurrence of the event i.e. where the event took place. Under the provision of Section 7 of the RBD Act, the Registrars of Births and Deaths are appointed for each local area comprising the area within the jurisdiction of the Municipality,Panchayat or other local authority.

The Sub- Registrars are also appointed under section 7(5) of the Act and assigned them any or all powers of Registrars.

What are the benefits of registration of birth and death?
The birth certificate is the first right of the child andit is the first step towards establishing its identity.
The following compulsory uses of birth and death certificates are emerged:
** For admission to schools
** As proof of age for employment.
** For proof of age at marriage.
** To establish parentage.
** To establish age for purpose of enrollment in Electoral Rolls.
** To establish age for insurance purposes.
** For registering in National Population Register (NPR).
** Production of death certificate for the purpose of inheritance of property and for claiming dues from insurance companies and other companies

My son birth date is 13th January 2016. Can I register now for birth certificate?
In case of Birth and Death, Citizen should inform about the event within 21 days to the registrar of their jurisdiction.

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  1. I cannot find the application form. Where can I get it? If possible, please provide the link.

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