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#1 Apr 30th, 2012, 17:33
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my date of birth is 15/08/1993.but i have lost my dob certificate now i have passed class 10 and 12 from cbse.can u tell if CBSE date of birth certificate is valid for issuing of passport in india???

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#2 Apr 30th, 2012, 17:46
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No, you would be required to get the duplicate of your DOB certificate issued, as it is mandatory to submit the same along with Application Form.

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In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.89, only Birth Certificate issued by the Municipal Authority or the Office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable.
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Yes ,

your cbse certificates would work as a proof of Birth certificate.

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Sorry, anish above is wrong. You Need a DOB for applying for a passport.
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Dear Mr Narendra,

CBSE certificate does includes DOB so This should work fine.
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Thought you could read #2.

http://passport.gov.in/cpv/checklist.htm

Check point (b) in the above link.
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b) Proof of Date of Birth (attach one of the following):

Birth certificate issued by a Municipal Authority or district office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths;

Date of birth certificate from the school last attended by the applicant or any other recognized educational institution; or an Affidavit sworn before a Magistrate/Notary stating date/place of birth as per the specimen in ANNEXURE A by illiterate or semi-illiterate applicants.

N.B.: In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.89, only Birth Certificate issued by the Municipal Authority or the Office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable.



Sir , This does Mention that DOB certificate from school last Attended is Applicable to any one born befire 1989.

CBSE certificates are valid as even i have submitted it for my passport as i do not have Birth certificate .
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Originally Posted by anjalichill View Post my date of birth is 15/08/1993.but i have lost my dob certificate now i have passed class 10 and 12 from cbse.can u tell if CBSE date of birth certificate is valid for issuing of passport in india???
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Originally Posted by anishkalra View Post N.B.: In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.89, only Birth Certificate issued by the Municipal Authority or the Office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable.

Sir , This does Mention that DOB certificate from school last Attended is Applicable to any one born befire 1989.

CBSE certificates are valid as even i have submitted it for my passport as i do not have Birth certificate .
Anish, were you born before 26.01.89? The OP was born in 1993
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sorry,

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According to Unicef, "The current registration level of births in India is about 58%."

http://www.unicef.org/india/resources_1650.htm

And here's a recent BBC story about a man with lots of problems due to never having had a birth certificate.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-india-18001536

Luckily for anyone using this forum, a school certificate often works in lieu of a birth certificate in India, since so very many Indians don't have birth certificates.
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Originally Posted by NonIndianResident View Post ...a school certificate often works in lieu of a birth certificate in India...
...Only if applicant was born before 26.01.89!
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In the case of applicants born on or after 26.01.89, only Birth Certificate issued by the Municipal Authority or the Office of the Registrar of Births & Deaths is acceptable.
Last edited by Prakaant; May 30th, 2012 at 21:12.. Reason: Correction of typo!
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Originally Posted by Prakaant View Post ...Only if applicant was born on or after 26.01.89!
That should read "before"

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