Do you want to apply community certificate online in Tamilnadu? If yes, you are in the correct place. You can apply community certificate online via the Tnesevai website.
Yes, you don’t have to visit the local VAO(Village Administrator Office) to apply community certificate. In this article, I am going to share the step by step guide to apply community certificate online in Tamilnadu.
Apply Community Certificate Online in Tamilnadu
To apply community certificate online in Tamilnadu, you need to have an account on the Tnesevai website. CAN Number is also mandatory for applying community certificate online in the Tnesevai portal.
Actually, Tamilnadu government opened the Esevai Maiyam all over the Tamilnadu. Tnesevai website is a selfcare portal which means you can apply community or any other certificate from anywhere.
If you don’t have proper knowledge of computers or the internet then I suggest you visit the nearby Tnesevai Maiyam. The cost to apply for any type of Tamilnadu government certificate is just Rs.60.
Documents Required to Apply Community Certificate in Tamilnadu
- Any Address Proof
- Community Certificate of father or mother or siblings
- Self-Declaration of Applicant
Please note that, you have to upload these documents in proper format which I have mentioned below.
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Step By Step Guide to Apply Community Certificate Online in Tamilnadu
If you have an account on the Tnesevai website then login to the account or else create a new account. Now, you can log in with your mobile number too. Yes, you don’t have to remember your username and password.
Once you have successfully logged in to your account, click the “Revenue Department” link on the dashboard. Community Certificate is available under Revenue Department.
On the Revenue Department page, click the “REV-101 Community Certificate“.
Now you will be redirected to the instructions page where you have to read the instructions carefully for applying community certificate. Once done, click the Proceed button.
If you have a CAN number then search the CAN number using your registered mobile number, email id, or Date of Birth. If you don’t have a CAN number, register a new CAN number using the “Register CAN” button.
Step 6: Once you have finished the CAN Number setup, now you need to enter your “Permanent Address, Contact Details, and Form Details(Caste Details).
Step 7: Finally, You need to upload the necessary documents in the proper format. To know the format check the below image.
Step 8: At last, you have to made the payment of Rs.60. You can able to track the status of the application via TNeGA website. If the application is returned to the user for any reason, you can find the application & reason in “Returned Application” section.
Thanks to Tnesevai for the website images. All images are taken with the admin’s permission. I will add an article about “CAN Number” creation and search as soon as possible.
Do you know? You can able to apply for a lot of government-related certificates via the TNeGA website. If you want to know any government-related information you can ask me via the contact page. I will try to help as much as I can.
Frequently Asked Questions
Approximately, most of the users are getting community certificate within 30 days. It depends on VAO. Sometimes, the application may rejected due to verification.
You need to pay Rs.60 for the community certificate. There are no other hidden costs. You can pay the fees via debit card, credit card, net banking, or UPI.
I hope this article helps you. If you have any queries regarding the community certificate please ask your queries via comment section. Share this article with your friends and family to help them.