UAN passbook, UAN number – Help guide

UAN passbook

UAN means Universal Account Number. Every Provident Fund (PF) holder can have a UAN. With a UAN number and hence UAN passbook, the basic idea is to have a one-place for people who have multiple IDs from employee provident fund organization (EPFO). UAN acts as a high-level umbrella. Whenever an employee joins a company, he/she has to fill a “Declaration Form 11” and UAN number is also one of them. Learn below on how to generate UAN Number.

Following are the steps for generating UAN number for getting a UAN passbook:

How to generate UAN number

Following steps will help you generate UAN number.

  1. In EPF form, fill up your state and office area column.
  2. Enter your PF which has been bifurcated into Region/ Office/ Establishment Code/ Ext/ PF Number.
  3. Then select the “Check Status” button. If we receive a message that UAN number is activated, it is clear that EPFO has allotted you as UAN holder.

Features of UAN member passbook:

  • UAN will be an umbrella for those members who have multiple IDs. It will act as one-place for all allotted IDs.
  • EPFO has to be allotted UAN.
  • 17 crore EPF members have been allotted UAN whose contribution was received between 1st January to 30th June 2014.
  • With the UAN, every employer has to tag Member ID.
  • With every UAN, KYC details have to be seeded.
  • The primary KYC’s of UAN are AADHAR CARD, PAN, and Bank A/C numbers.

UAN also has a portal called Unified Portal for EPF. EPFO portal launched this portal on Dec 18, 2016, for UAN passbook holders. This Unified Portal is available at website. This portal has following key features:

  • You can download and print your updated UAN passbook any time
  • Downloading and printing of UAN card is also available any time
  • In this portal you can update your contact details and KYC (know your customer) details
  • Activate your UAN – needed only once
  • Know your UAN status any time
  • UAN portal allows you to register yourself – required only once

Advantages of online UAN passbook

Having a UAN passbook online have the following benefits:

  • Prints your UAN passbook:
    Download PF passbook. You just have to login into UAN portal and download your PF passbook in PDF format.
  • Transfer claim amount:
    Using UAN you can also request for claim transfer, you just have to claim amount by logging into UAN account.
  • UAN Card:
    Download UAN card from the website by logging into your account.
  • KYC Documents:
    You can also update your KYC documents like mobile number, email address, ID proof, and address proof. You just have to upload your documents on UAN passbook or UAN page.
  • List Member IDs:
    UAN account can also help you in listing member’s IDs. Once you log in, you can update your listed Member IDs as well.
  • Check account status:
    If you want to check your provident fund account status then you will  need to login on UAN homepage to check your account status. You can also check your EPF claim status online from your EPFO member portal.

If you have any questions regarding UAN passbook or EPF UAN portal, please write them in comments. I will try to answer them if I can or I will try to provide pointers.

CNG Pumps Pune

CNG Pumps Pune

List of CNG Pumps Pune, Pimpri & Chinchwad

I had pain finding information online on CNG Pumps Pune when I got a CNG car for myself. So for the ease of others, here is the list of CNG stations in Pune.

CNG Pump Types

There are two types of CNG pumps: Online & Booster.

Online CNG Pump is often called as Mother station as this has a continuous supply of CNG and it does not have to wait for anything. The pressure of the Online pumps is higher and usually constant which helps in filling the maximum gas in your car.

Booster CNG Pump is often called as Daughter Booster station. Trucks carrying the CNG cylinders are reciprocated to feed the Daughter stations so that it can serve your cars. The pressure in Daughter stations is good only when it is full. As the gas empties from the Daughter stations, the pressure goes down causing lesser gas filling in your car.

Obviously, a mother / online station is preferable at any given time. However, since there are limited number of CNG Stations in Pune, the Mother pumps are heavily queued than Daughter Booster pumps.

Online CNG Pumps


NTWadi Online Station

Narveer Tanajiwadi PMPML Bus Depot,
Shivaji Nagar,

Contact 020 – 65106862


Pimple Petroleum

Saigauri Petroleum
Opp. Alfa Laval,

MNGL Mega Station
Near Telco Motors,
Contact 020 65107588

Daughter Booster CNG Pumps

Lullanagar, Kondhwa

Ishwar Service Station
P No 83, Bibwewadi Kondhwa Road,
Opp. Mount Carmel School,

Contact 020 26837457/020 26836491/020 26836498

Mitha nagar, Kondhwa

Sheetal Petroleum (HPCL)
Sr No. 40/1/5,
Near Konark Puram Society,
Mitha Nagar,

Contact 020 26933550/020 26934925


Samarth Service station (HPCL)
Opp. Hotel Marriot,


Sant Tukaram Nagar CNG Station
Morya Industrial Estate
Nehrunagar, Pimpri Chinchwad
Contact 020 20270100


Vithal Petroleum (HPCL)
Near SP Infocity ,
Saswad Road, Fursungi,


Tekawade Service Station
15, Opp Akashwani Indraprastha,
olapur Road, Hadapsar


DR Gavhane Petroleum (BPCL)
Near Ramanand Complex,
Bhosari-Alandi Road,
Pune – 411039

Contact 020 27110236/020 32927417


Highway Service Station Pulgate

Satara Road

Deshmukh Petroleum (BPCL)
Opp. City Pride, Satara Road

Sinhgad Road, Parvati

Jyoti Petroleum,
Opp. MSEDCL Office,
Sinhgad Road,

Pimple Saudagar

Om Sai Ram Service Station,
Near Daffodil Society,
Pimple Saudagar


Sai Expressway Service (HPCL)
Mumbai-Pune Highway,
opposite to JSPM Eng college, Tathawade

Warje Malwadi 

Vardhman Petrol Depot (BPCL)
Pune-Bangalore Bypass,
Warje Malwadi

Upcoming CNG Pumps Pune

The proposed new CNG stations will be started at Katraj, Mukundnagar Vehicle depot, Bavdhan, Mundhwa, Paud road, Hinjewadi, Chandannagar, Warje, Shivajinagar and Pimpri.

If you would like to add more or correct information about CNG pumps – Pune, please feel free to put in comments below.

Aadhaar Card Information Guide

Aadhaar card or UIDAI card

What is Aadhaar Card?

It is the unique identity number issued by the UIDAI. Each individual can have only
one Aadhaar card as it is linked to their biometrics preventing and frauds or fake
identity. It is more like the Social Security Number of USA citizens.

If you want to check the status of your application, visit my post for a step by step guide to check Aadhaar status online.

Benefits of Aadhaar Card

Uniqueness Only one Aadhaar card will be issued to each individual making it unique.

Portability Since the data is centrally managed, the agencies or service providers will validate the beneficiary’s details through this central system making it portable.

People without any valid Identity will have one now This is one of the major advantage of Aadhaar card. Today, even passports are unique but not that every individual has it. However, Aadhaar card will be issued to each and every individual through the introducers concept.

Easy & Faster Approval & Verification Processes Now, borrowing a loan, creating a bank account, joining a firm will become easier and faster with just one card due to the centralized management of the data by UIDAI.

What information is required to get an AADHAAR number?

Demographic information required:
* Name
* Date of Birth
* Gender
* Address
* Parent/Guardian details (required for children, adults may provide)
* Contact details phone and email (optional)

Biometric Information required:
* Photo
* 10 finger prints
* Iris

Enrolment process for a AADHAAR number

You will need to visit an enrolling agency, fill up an application form, provide Proof of Photo Identity, Proof of Address documents and other supporting documents.

One who does not have any document to prove his/her identity, he/she will require an Introducer for enrollment process.

The agency authorised person will validate the documents provided by you at the time.
And the demographic data will be captured in the system.

Biometrics information will include capturing ten finger prints, both iris scanning and facial photograph. This data will be sent to CIDR.

The biometric information will be checked in the database to ensure that it does not already exists.
If the informatio is not found the database, Aadhaar details will be generated and will be sent to the individual at his/her residence. The Aadhaar number will also be sent to the agency for use in their service database.

If the individual is already in the database, or in case of any other quality/data validation failure the application will be rejected and the person will be informed of the same.

Documents required for Proof of Identity (PoI) & Proof of Address (PoA)

Common proofs of identity and address are:
Election Card, Ration card, Passport and Driving License.
Photo ID cards like PAN card and Govt ID cards are permissible for Identity Proof or PoI.

Address proof (PoA) documents also include water, electricity & telephone bills from the last three months.
In case you do not have above common proofs, Certificate of Identify having photo issued by Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead is also accepted as PoI. Certificate of Address having photo issued by MP or MLA /Gazetted Officer/Tehsildar on letterhead or by Village Panchayat head or its equivalent authority (for rural areas) is accepted as valid PoA. Even if someone in a family does not have individual valid documents, the resident can still enrol if his/her name exists in family entitlement document. In this case the Head of Family in entitlement document needs to be enrolled first with valid PoI & PoA document. The head of the household can then introduce other members in the family while they are enrolling.

Who can be an Introducer?

What is Introducer system?
UIDAI recognises that some people particularly children, women, migrant workers, homeless, nomadic tribes, urban poor and others may not be able to produce documentary proof of identity and proof of address. In order to enable inclusion of these individuals for AADHAAR, the data standards committee recommended that the introducer system be created similar to the introducer framework followed by banks for opening bank accounts.

Who can be an Introducer?
An Introducer is a person who is authorized to introduce a resident who does not possess any PoA / PoI documents. The main objective of the introducer system is to enable enrolment of residents into Aadhaar, who are otherwise hard to reach and may not be part of any government database.

Example: Registrar’s employees, elected members, members of local administration bodies, postmen, influencers such as teachers & doctors, Anganwadi / ASHA workers, representative of local NGO’s etc. identified by a Registrar and registered in UIDAI’s CIDR as “Introducers”.

Aadhaar enrollment online

You can book appointment online for Aadhaar enrollment procedure this will help you save time. However, the online booking facility is provided only to select cities as seen in the list of Cities at For example, only Mumbai, Nagpur and Thane are the available options in Maharashtra.

Those who do not find their city in online booking of an appointment for Aadhaar or UDAI Card, refer below.

Aadhaar Enrollment Agencies

There is no list given about the agencies clearly. However, the PDFs present at can be used to find address information of the enrollment agencies.

If you have the acknowledgement slip, you can follow the step by step guide to check Aadhaar status online.

Important Links for Aadhaar Card / UDAI Card