The Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) sheet of such candidates will also be sent in a separate envelope by the Centre superintendent.
Policemen and field staff of various departments in Haryana would be trained to check the wrong information registered in the Aadhar card or its authenticity.
Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal said the state government has chalked out a programme of workshops for this in collaboration with the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI).
He said that in these workshops, proper information will also be given on the process of re-verifying the address of citizens having 10 years old Aadhaar and making new cards for persons of age 18 years or more.Kaushal said as per the UIDAI data, there are about 77.91 lakh citizens in Haryana who have not updated their documents in Aadhaar in the last 10 years. He urged the Aadhaar holders, who have not updated their Aadhaar in the last 10 years, to update Aadhaar online as per the directions of the UIDAI through ‘myAadhaar portal’ or ‘mAadhaar App’ or offline by visiting the nearest Aadhaar centres with valid supporting documents of identity and address proof.