UAN number is essential when you sign up for the Employees’ Provident Fund. Even if the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) allows employers to generate their employees’ Universal Account Number (commonly referred to as UAN) through its portal, individual users can also create their UAN online. You’ll look at your Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) account after getting your 12-digit UAN number in a position. It also means that you can view your passbook and check the complete amount you have in your EPF account.
How to create a UAN number online
Before beginning with the steps to create a UAN number online, you want to retain your Aadhaar number in a position. You also wish to retain your mobile phone nearby as you are going to get a one time password (OTP) as an SMS message there.
Click on Active UAN under the Important Links section.
Now, click on the Aadhaar option and then enter your Aadhaar number.
Enter your name, date of birth, mobile number, and CAPTCHA code.
Hit the Get Authorization Pin button.
You’re going to now get a new screen where you are going to be given with your provided details. Make sure that those are right.
Click on the Agree checkbox.
Now, enter the OTP you receive on your mobile.
Click on Validate OTP and Activate UAN.
Once completed, you are going to receive your UAN number and password on your registered mobile number. You’ll check if the provided details work by logging once to the EPFO portal.
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