For people to apply for a Maharashtra birth certificate, the Government created an online platform where they have to create an account, and they can use it to coordinate with the officials. In Maharashtra, the Gram Sevak is in charge of processing the paperwork to assist applicants with the registration of their birth certificates but would have to be approved by the Assistant Block Development Officer first.
The Registration of Birth and Deaths Act, 1969 governs the procedure for registering births and deaths in India. According to the registration act, every birth has to be registered in 21 days of its occurrence. Department issuing birth certificate in Maharashtra are:
● Rural Development Department
● Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai
● Urban Development Department
Like in most other states, the Maharashtra Government uses the same website for all their other processes as well. They can apply for their landless certificate, registration of marriage, death certificate, BPL certificate, and so much more. They can also review the electoral roll, check land records and apply for various schemes put on the website by the Maharastra Government.
Like almost every other state in the country, Maharashtra has multiple districts, each run by a different Municipality. When it comes to getting a Maharashtra birth certificate, coordinating with the one closest to where an applicant resides is a requirement. There are a large number of people who prefer getting through the Maharashtra birth registration process offline and those citizens are requested to visit their nearest AAPALE SARKAR Seva Kendra (ASSK) to their village or Taluka Setu Centre at Tahsil Office for manual certificates. They can also submit all their forms and supporting documents there. However, there are a large number of people who can get through the process online, and they can visit Aaple Sarkar Portal of Government of Maharashtra.
If you are looking for more information about getting a Maharashtra birth certificate, you can get through the links below and find the one matching your district, so you have the right documents and the right place to submit them.