Death Registration online in states and Districts in India

How to Register Death with Office of the Registrar General and Census Commissioner

Death information can be registered online with the website of Registrar General & Census Commissioner of India for Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Laksdweep, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Mizoram, Odisha, Sikkim, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal. The application can be filed online with supporting documents. There are few simple steps involved to Register Death information online. Steps and Procedure to register Death with Census Commissioner is explained here.

 

 

Steps to Register  Death with Census Commissioner

Step 1: Visit the Website of Registrar General & Census Commissioner of India

Home Page with the following menu will appear

 

Step 2: If you are a new user Click on General Public Signup

The following Menu will open

 

Step 3: Fill Required information

User Name: Enter a New User Name

Mobile No: Enter your mobile Number

User Email ID: Enter your Email ID

Date of Occurrence of Event: Enter Date of Death of deceased

 

Place of Occurrence of Death

State : Select State from the List

District : Select District from the List

Sub-District / Taluk : Select sub-district or Taluk from the List

Village / Town : Select Village or Town from the List

Registration Unit: Select Registration Unit

Enter Captcha : Enter the Security Code showing on the Screen

 

Step 4: Click on Register

The following Screen will appear

Now you will received your user ID and Activation link in your Email ID.

 

Step 5: Open your email ID and Click on Activation Link

Step 6: Type user ID received on the Email. Enter a New Password, Confirm your Password, Type Security Code and Click on Submit

Now your Registration with the Website is Complete.

 

Step 7: Go to Login Menu of the Website of Registrar General & Census Commissioner of India

Step 8: Enter User ID, Password and Security Code showing on the Screen

Step 9: Click on Login

Now you have logged on to the Website.

 

Step 10: Click on Death Certificate and Apply Death Registration

Now Form for Death Registration will open. Fill the following information

Select Primary Language: Select English or other Language

Select Secondary Language : Select Secondary Language

Reporting Date: Fill reporting date

Date of Death: Fill Date of death

Gender : Select Gender of deceased from the list

Age: Choose age from the List

First Name, Middle Name, Last Name: Fill Name of deceased

EID NO: Fill Election ID Number if you have

Aadhaar No: Fill Aadhaar Number if you have

Name & Address of hospital / institute: Select Name from the list

 

Place of Death

Place of Death: Select Place of death from the list i. e House or other Place

Fill full address of the Place of death

 

Husband /Wife information

If the deceased has husband or wife fill this information

 

Father Information

Fill Father Name, Contact Number, e-mail ID etc

 

Mother Information

Fill Name of mother, address, contact information etc

 

Address of Deceased at the time of Death

Select India or Outside India

Fill Full Address

 

Permanent Address of the Deceased

Select India or Outside India

Fill Full Address. If Address is same, click on the box

 

Informants Information

Fill Name, Address and Aadhaar Number if any

 

Click on Box of Declaration

 

Step 11: Click on Save

 

Town or Village or Residence of Deceased

Select State, District, Sub-district, Town, village etc

 

Deceased Information

Religion : Select Religion from the list

Occupation : Enter Occupation of the deceased

 

Other Information

Type of Medical attention received before death: Select from the list

Was the cause of death medically certified: If you have a medical certificate type Yes

Name of Deceased or actual cause of death: Select cause of death

If used to habitually smoke - for how many years : Fill information

If used to chew tobacco in any form - for how many years : Fill the information

 

Upload Report Form

Choose file and Upload Death report form duly filled

Remark (if any) : Write remark if any

 

Step 12: Click on Save

Now the form filled by you will be displayed on the screen. You can check the information. If there is any mistake you can click on Edit and Correct it. Ensure that everything is correct.

 

Step 13: Click on Submit

 

Step 14: Again Logon to the Website

 

Step 15: Take Printout of the Form available in your user account

 

Step 16: Submit the form along with the supporting documents with the Registrar whose address is given at the bottom of the form.

Supporting documents are:

1. ID proof of the Deceased

2. Declaration form signed by 2 Close family Members of Close Relatives

 

You can download declaration form through the below link.

Declaration form in PDF for declaration by family members or close relatives for obtaining Death Certificate

 

Documents required and other Information for Death Registration

Documents needs to be uploaded in case of death and funeral procession takes place at any village

Under system of registration of births and deaths, the events can only be registered with the respective registrar of the area of place of the occurrence of the event. The supporting documents required for a domiciliary death reported within 21 days of occurrence of the event:

- Declaration by close relative/family member in prescribed proforma

- Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form2)

- Address Proof of deceased - copy of any one of the self attested document (Voter id card, electricity/gas/water/ telephone bill, passport, valid ration card, Aadhaar card, running bank account etc.)


Documents needs to be uploaded in case of death taken place at hospital
The institutional (hospital) events cannot be reported by the family members/CSC, it is duty of the in-charge of the institution to report such events to concerned registrar.


Time limit to register death cases online

The events must be reported within 21 days of its occurrence. If the event has crossed the limit of 21 days, one must approach the office of the concerned Registrar (B&D) for registration of death.

 

Documents needs to be uploaded in delayed cases
Delayed cases can be registered only at registration unit and online facility is not available to report delayed cases. The documents required for delayed events are:

Delayed Days Range [>21 days and up to 30 days]:
- Delayed Fee

- Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2)

 

Delayed Days Range ( >30 days and < 1 year):

- Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form2).
- Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)

- Delayed Fees

- Affidavit/Declaration by informant

- Permission from the competent authority

 

Delayed by more than 1 year:

- Information in prescribed proforma (i.e. Form 2).

- Non Availability Certificate (Form 10)

- Delayed Fees

- Affidavit/Declaration by informant

- Order from first class magistrate

 

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