how to apply for a community certificate
  • November 27, 2012 16:29
  • Category : Preschoolers (3-4)
  • 4 answers

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karma: 8

i need to apply for a community daughter is 3 & require it for admissions.i reside at son is 6 years old & recently i changed his name.i need a certificate for him as well .pls help

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moms community nihala


karma: 8

no this link talks only about about birth cetificate

  • about 3 years ago
moms community Administrator


karma: 3826

There is a community certificate office around egmore/chetpet area. You need to go, get the form, fill and submit along with required documents. You need to bribe them (you can ask how much to them itself, they'll tell you!). My father got it for my kids and I just gave these documents.

1. Your address proof

2. Your marriage certificate

3. The birth certificates of your kids

4. Your community certificate

5. Your 10th/SSLC mark sheet

6. Your proof for your date of birth (like SSLC certificate, passport etc)

7. Your community certificate

Wherever I've mentioned 'your', you can give your husband's proof's too. 

It'll take 10 to 2 weeks time to get it.

  • about 3 years ago
moms community nihala


karma: 8

thanks for your help.i guess its called tahsildar's office & it differs for different areas.

  • almost 3 years ago

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My son of age 5 's urine is always surrounded by ants. Is he diabetic? Bcoz my father and grandparents are diabetic. I'm not. Please help me.

If your son is otherwise fine, Urine surrounded by ants is no indication that someone is diabetic , this is quite a common feature, but because diabetes runs in families so whenever you visit your paediatrician next do discuss your family history with him so that he/she  can keep a watch.

  • over 4 years ago
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