NRC Full Form: NRC was a hot topic at the end of 2019. Recently, NRC identified illegal immigrants from Assam on the Supreme Court’s order. This has been a state-specific exercise to keep its ethnic uniqueness unaltered. But ever since its implementation, there has been a growing demand for its nationwide implementation. Do you know the full form of NRC?. If not, this aricle is for you. Here, we are explaining the full form of NRC in Hindi and English.
NRC stands for National Register of Citizens. The National Register of Citizens (NRC) is a register of all Indian citizens whose creation is mandated by the 2003 amendment of the Citizenship Act, 1955. Its purpose is to document all the legal citizens of India so that the illegal migrants can be identified and deported.
Most of the people who are from hindi language states, search the NRC full form in hindi and NRC ka full form. Here is the full form of NRC in hindi:
NRC Ka Full Form: National Register of Citizens
NRC Full Form in Hindi: राष्ट्रीय नागरिक रजिस्टर
NRC is the National Register of India. It identifies the illegal immigrants from Assam on the Supreme Court's order. It includes demographic information about all those individuals who qualify as citizens of India as per the Citizenship Act, 1955. The register was first prepared after the 1951 Census of India and since then it has not been updated. However, on November 20, the Home Minister Amit Shah proposed that the NRC in Assam be implemented across India.
Under NRC, a person is eligible to be a citizen of India if they prove that either they or their ancestors were in India on or before March 24, 1971. The Assam NRC process was initiated to remove the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants, who came into India during the India-Pakistan war in 1971, which led to the creation of Bangladesh.
• In Assam, citizens were asked to submit the proof of citizenship themselves to NRC Seva Kendras set across the state. So far NRC has not yet been implemented in the nation. Moreover, it is not sure how the same model will be implemented across the entire country.
• The Assam NRC was mandated through a special exception for the state in the Citizenship Act, 2003 and the process was overseen by the Supreme Court. At present, there is no such guidelines for the countrywide updation. If a nationwide NRC is carried out, it will be under the direction of the Union government.
• However, the processes similar to the NRC will contain demographic as well as biometric information of citizens will be initiated.