[Banking] Check Your Aadhar Links In Bank 2020

[Banking] Check Your Aadhar Links In Bank 2020


To avail government schemes like pension and LPG subsidy, the bank account needs to be linked to the Aadhaar number. Many people do not know whether their account is linked to Aadhaar or not. If you don’t even know if your account is linked to Aadhaar, you can get information about it from home. Learn the process …

[Banking] Check Your Aadhar In Bank 2020.

First go to the official website of UIDAI
Then click on ‘Aadhaar Services’ section and go to ‘Check Aadhaar & Bank Account Linking Status’.
As soon as you click on it, a new page will open. Here you will be asked for a 12 digit base number.
Fill in the space provided in the base number. A security code will then appear on the screen, after which the One Time Password (OTP) will appear on your registered mobile number.
Now you have to enter OTP and login again.
If your bank account is linked to Aadhaar, you will get a congratulatory message – “Congratulations! Your Bank Aadhaar Mapping has been done ”.
SBI users will be able to link online in this way

Login to

Go to “Link your Aadhaar number” under “My Accounts” on the left side of the screen.
Now on the second page select the account number, enter the base number and click submit.
The last 2 digits of your registered mobile number (it cannot be changed) will appear.
Mapping status information will be provided on your registered mobile number.
Note: If you have not yet registered for internet banking, you can link the account with online support using your ATM cum debit card details.

Benefits of linking a bank account

with Aadhaar According to the Supreme Court decision, your account does not need to be linked to an Aadhaar number. But the amount received under pension, LPG subsidy or government schemes now comes only in the direct bank account. But to take advantage of it you need to be linked to your bank account support.

Subsidy can

now be availed in Post Office Savings Account Now you can avail government subsidy directly from your Post Office Savings Account. For that you have to link the Post Office Savings Account with Aadhaar. The Post Department has issued a circular in this regard, stating that people can avail Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) in their Post Office Savings Account. If your account is not yet linked to Aadhaar, you can easily link your account to Aadhaar.

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