Chennai Corporation

Overview

Department Chennai Corporation
Service Birth & Death Certificate Verification/Printing
Eligibility Chennai Residents
Service Mode Online
Official Website https://chennaicorporation.gov.in/online-civic-services/index.htm

Chennai Corporation Birth & Death Certificate

Online facility for verification or printing of birth & death certificate in Chennai, Tamilnadu. Hospital Registration can be made for issuing Birth Certificate in Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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How To Print Birth & Death Certificate?

Birth Certificate :
Birth registration is a permanent and official record of a child’s existence. The child who is not registered at birth is in danger of being denied the right to an official identity, a recognised name and a nationality. Registration is also a vital tool for a nation’s development because the process of registration means collection of data on vital statistics (number of births & deaths). It is an essential element of national planning for children since it provides a demographic base.

Steps To Print Birth Certificate

1. Visit Chennai Corporation Birth Certificate Page
2. Enter Gender, Date of Birth, Place of Birth
3. Verify Captcha
4. Print Birth Certificate

Death Certificate:
Citizen can apply for the certificate at their particular Municipality/Panchayat Office by providing the Doctors Certificate and Panchanama, given by the recognized authorities like Police, Revenue Officer, etc. The service is for registration of deaths that happened less than a year ago.

Steps To Print Death Certificate

1. Visit Chennai Corporation Death Certificate Page 
2. Enter Gender, Date of Death, Place of Death
3. Verify Captcha
4. Print Death Certificate

Note:
This certificate is computer generated and does not require any Seal/Signature. The authenticity of this certificate can be verified here. The Registration Number is unique to each birth.

Chennai Municipal Corporation:
The Chennai Municipal Corporation, is the civic body that governs the city of Chennai, India. Inaugurated on 29 September 1688, under a Royal Charter issued by King James II on 30 December 1687 as the Corporation of Madras, it is the oldest municipal body of the Commonwealth of Nations outside Great Britain.

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