Aadhaar enrolment camp for children

June 04, 2016 12:00 am | Updated September 16, 2016 10:27 am IST - Kozhikode:

The second phase of the Aadhaar enrolment camp for children below six years will be held in the district on Saturday and Sunday.

The camp is being jointly organised by the district administration, Akshaya Centres, and the ICDS in the limits of Kozhikode Corporation, municipalities and grama panchayats from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The camps will be held at Maruthongara, Kadalundi, Vanimel, Chekkiyad, Kavilumpara, Maniyur, Thiruvallur, Thurayur, Cheruvannur, Chakkittappara, Kizhakothu, Omassery, Kodiyathur, Kuruvattur and Olavanna grama panchayats.

The camps in the municipalities are at Payyoli ( MLP School, Meladi; Sree Subramaniya UP School, Iringal); Mukkom (Govt. UP School, Manassery); Feroke- Karuvanthiruthi (BEM UP School); Feroke (Feroke Ganapth VHSC School); Ramanattukara (Govt. UP School, Ramanattukara); Koduvally (Sirajudeen Madrassa, Vavad; K.M.O. Highscool, Koduvally); Koyilandy- Viyyur ( Kollam Pisharikkavu Devaswom L.P.School) Panthalayani ( Govy. Boys High School, Koyilandy), and Arikkulam ( Community Centre).

In the city limits, the camp will be held at Kottoli village (Govt. LP School, Parayancherry); Nagaram Village (Calicut Girls High School, Kundungal); Valayanad Village (Kinassery School); Kacheri Village (Nadakkavu High School); Beypore (Naduvattom Govt. UP School); Chevayur (NGO Quarters High School); Kasaba (BEM Girls High School, Mananchira) Vengeri ( Govt. UP School, Civil Staion), and Chelavoor (LP School, Chelavoor).

Officials said that parents who have not yet enrolled their children should make use of this opportunity. They should produce their Aadhaar cards and the birth certificates of their children at the camp. Phone: 04952549014, 2304775.

Parents should produce their Aadhaar cards and children’s birth certificates

at the camp

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