How to verify the online registration for births, marriages, and deaths


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This website offers information on all births, deaths, and marriages that are electronically recorded in local governments (registration units), where the Information Kerala Mission’s SEVANA application software is being utilized continuously for this purpose.

Unless they are digitized and entered in the electronic register following official verification, information on births, deaths, and marriages that are registered and documented in writing will not be accessible on this website.


Please get in touch with the Registrar of the relevant Registration unit (Local Government) if you need to make any changes to the entries in the electronic register.

According to G.O.(Ms) No.202/2012/LSGD, issued July 25, 2012, online birth and death certificates are accepted as legal documents for all official purposes.

According to G.O.(P) 6/2013/Law Dated 09/10/2013, the marriage certificate with barcode and photograph acquired from the internet should be a recognized document.


How to Get Birth Certificate 

 

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Kerala joined several other states in implementing the Registration of Births and Deaths Acts of 1969 (Central Act 18 of 1969) on April 1st, 1970, via a Government of India Gazette Notification dated March 21. The Kerala Registration of Births and Deaths Rules 1970 were adopted by the Government of India in accordance with Section 30(1) of the aforementioned Act and were thereafter published in G.O. (P) 7/70/LAD dated June 29, 1970 and SRO No. 262/70 Gazette dated July 1, 1970.

Births and deaths were formerly registered in Kerala by several departments and their personnel in accordance with laws including the Travancore-Cochin Registration of Births and Deaths Act, the Municipal Act, and the Madras Act of 1899.

How to get Death certificate 

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The prior approach for registering births and deaths required a substantial amount of paperwork at the Registrations level. The task of registration and the transfer of statistics reports from registration units to the state headquarters had been negatively impacted by this. The registration form and processes have been updated in order to streamline the transfer of data and records, lessen the registrars’ administrative burden, and make the system more compatible with contemporary technology. The registration process has been substantially overhauled, and new registration and statistics return submission methods have been included.


The Kerala Registration of Marriages (Common) Rules, 2008 govern marriages performed in the State of Kerala. Marriage registration in Kerala can be completed online or at Registrar offices.

A marriage certificate is a legal document that attests to a woman’s marriage to the spouse whose name and image are on the certificate.

A marriage certificate is a legal document that gives a married lady access to social security and self-assurance.


When a wife or husband is applying for a passport or visa, a marriage certificate is also important.

The wife of the insurer can also use the marriage certificate to retrieve bank savings or benefits linked to life insurance when the insurer passes away without designating a beneficiary.

How to get Marriage certificate 

Marriage certifcate eg


The Kerala Registration of Marriages (Common) Rules, 2008 govern marriages performed in the State of Kerala. Marriage registration in Kerala can be completed online or at Registrar offices.

A marriage certificate is a legal document that attests to a woman’s marriage to the spouse whose name and image are on the certificate.

A marriage certificate is a legal document that gives a married lady access to social security and self-assurance.


When a wife or husband is applying for a passport or visa, a marriage certificate is also important.

The wife of the insurer can also use the marriage certificate to retrieve bank savings or benefits linked to life insurance when the insurer passes away without designating a beneficiary.

BIRTH REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE

MARRIAGE REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE

DEATH REGISTRATION: CLICK HERE

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