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The Office of Registrar General India has launched an online CRS (Civil Registration System) portal. With the help of this portal, any citizen of India can apply for their Birth/Death certificate online and download it immediately. Registrars have been appointed for the registration of births and deaths that occurred within their jurisdictional area under the RBD (Registrations of Births and Deaths) act. Appointed Registrars may belong from Municipality, Panchayat, or any local authority assigned by the government.

In case of any occurrence of Birth or Death, the particular citizen must inform of the event within 21 days to the Registrar of their jurisdiction. In case of any death, the particular should place the original certificate signed by the doctor along with burial/cremation.

How to Generate User ID and password for CRS Portal

To generate your User ID and Password for CRS portal, follow the steps given below:

1. First of all, visit the official website of CRS portal by using the link crsorgi.gov.in.
2. Then click on the “General Public Signup” button.
3. A new window will appear, fill in all your details and enter the captcha.
4. After filling the captcha, click on the Register button.
5. Now, you will receive an email containing your user ID and password reset link on your registered email ID.
6. Click on the “Click here to activate” button, a new page will appear.
7. Enter your provided User ID and your desired password to setup your account.
8. Fill in the captcha and click on the Submit button.

Now, you have successfully created your account for the CRS portal.

How to download Death certificate by using CRS Portal

To download Death Certificate on the CRS portal, follow the steps given below:

1. First, open the official website of CRS portal by using the link crsorgi.gov.in.
2. Now fill in your User ID, password then enter the captcha.
3. As you fill all the details, click on the “login” button.
4. Once logged in to your account, an Admin Dashboard will appear.
5. Hover on the top of the Admin Dashboard, click on the “Death” tab.
6. A menu will appear. From the  menu, click on Add Death Registration.
7. Now fill in all the details of the event in the form and click on the Search button.
8. A menu of Certificates will appear. Check your certificate and click on the “View“ button.
9. You can also download the certificate and print it.

Benefits of CRS portal

Some benefits of CRS portal are as follows:

1. Citizens can check the status of their form for the application of Birth/Death certificate.
2. With the help of the CRS portal, citizens can obtain their Birth/Death certificate within 21 days.
3. Citizens can also download their obtained Birth/Death certificate.
4. The reason for the rejection of application can also be checked on the CRS portal.

Points to Remember while using CRS Portal

There are some points that one should keep in mind while applying for Birth/Death certification of the CRS Portal. The required points are as follows:

1. Registrations of Births and Deaths are done at the place of occurence of event by the concerned registrar under whom jurisdiction the event has taken place.
2. The institutional events cannot be registered by the family members. It is the responsibility of the in-charge of the institution to register such events to the concerned registrar.
3. With the help of this portal, the general public will be able to report only domliciary (House/Home) events within 21 days. If the event has crossed the reporting period, then one must approach the registrar office.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

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:
1. Declaration by parent(s) in prescribed proforma.
2. Address Proof- a copy of any one of the self attested documents (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 the hospital?

Ans: The institutional (hospital) events cannot be reported by the family members/CSC, it is the duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to the concerned registrar.

3. Is there any specific time limit to register newborn cases online?

Ans: Yes, the events must be reported within 21 days of their occurrence. If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, parents must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D) for the 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 the registration unit because of registering delayed events. The documents required for delayed events are:

Delayed Days Range [>21 days and up to 30 days]:
1. Delayed Fee.
2. Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form1).

Delayed Days Range ( >30 days and < 1 year):
1. Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form1).
2. Non Availability Certificate (Form 10).
3. Delayed Fees · Affidavit/Declaration by the informant.
4. Permission from the competent authority.

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

5. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of death and funeral procession takes place at any village?

Ans: Under the 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 the occurrence of the event:
1. Declaration by close relative/family member in prescribed proforma.
2. Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form2).
3. Address Proof.
4. Copy of any one of the self-attested documents (Voter id card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, Aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)

6. What type of documents needs to be uploaded in case of death taking place at the hospital?

Ans: The institutional (hospital) events cannot be reported by the family members/CSC, it is the duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to the concerned registrar.

7. Is there any specific time limit to register death cases online?

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.

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