Inviting Suggestions/Comments for the Proposed Amendments to the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969

Start Date :
Oct 19, 2021
Last Date :
Dec 02, 2021
23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Registration of Births and Deaths in India is mandatory with the enactment of Registration of Births and Deaths (RBD), Act 1969 and is done as per the place of occurrence of the ...

Registration of Births and Deaths in India is mandatory with the enactment of Registration of Births and Deaths (RBD), Act 1969 and is done as per the place of occurrence of the event. With a view to simplify the provisions of various sections of the existing RBD Act, 1969 and to make it people friendly, the Government of India has proposed to amend the RBD Act, 1969.

Existing sections of the Act and amendments proposed by the Office of the Registrar General, India (ORGI) are indicated in the first two columns of the proposal respectively.
Ministry of Home Affairs seeks feedback and suggestions along with the justification for the proposed amendments.

Click here to view the proposal issued for public consultation.

The last date of submission is 2nd December 2021.

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Deepali Hingne 5 days 19 hours ago

registration of b/d needed authentic system not 2fraud
if especially in death records able 2 take help of insurance department &if along with representatives area wise
who will I information even regarding 2birth that will connected 2digitak 1system
give all kind of this work 2politicians
who doesn't work
people should ask rather 2give excess importance
rules should be equally apply
politician also 2ware mask or fine heavy
लोगों को समझना चाहिए खुद के थोड़े-से profit के लिए pol/no महत्व

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amit chouksey 5 days 20 hours ago

In the section 2 (Definitions and interpretation) of this act term “ product of conception” is used for human birth whcich is objectionable . Also it is not suitable in Indian context and in the country of “Vedas” . All human beings are a divine creation of their mother not a product.
In (d) ,(c) and (g) of this Section "divine creation or “divine creature” or creature of conception may be used instead of “product of conception”.

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SharmaKarishmaRajesh 6 days 57 minutes ago

2nd suggestion would be..registration process must be simple because kya hota hai ki india ki 70% population aaj bhi goan mn hai and literacy rate bhut hi kum hai so it's very difficult to teach each and everything in detail so I just request ....please jo bhi act new bna rhe hai ya amendment kr rhe hai unka jitna ho sake utna simple version rkho ...Thank you !!

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SharmaKarishmaRajesh 6 days 1 hour ago

Firstly it is the good initiative in modi government that most of the old acts amendment has started The NPR already has a database of 119 crore residents and under the Citizenship Rules, 2003, it is the first step towards the creation of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and The birth certificate is the first right of the child and it is the first step towards establishing its identity

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SUTHAHAR P 6 days 6 hours ago

To establish age for insurance purposes.
For registering in National Population Register (NPR).
Compulsory production of death certificate for the purpose of inheritance of property and for claiming dues from insurance companies and other companies.

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SUTHAHAR P 6 days 6 hours ago

The birth certificate is the first right of the child and it 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.

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SUTHAHAR P 6 days 6 hours ago

A new Section 3 A is proposed to be inserted in the Act, which says, “The Registrar General, India shall maintain the database of registered births and deaths at the national level, that may be used, with the approval of the Central government, to update the Population Register prepared under the Citizenship act 1955;