The Bangladesh Election Commission has introduced National ID Cards [Voter ID Cards] for all people of Bangladesh aged more than 18 years. This card is of great importance. You can perform many tasks with this card. Every card has a unique identity number, which is needed in opening any bank accounts or in any forms to verify your identity. You should copy this number permanently to your memory so that you can use it whenever you need it. But, the number is of 17 digits, which is a bit difficult to remember for most people. In this post, I will show you the easy way to remember your National ID Card Number and explain the hidden meaning of all the digits. So, let’s start.
At first, look at a National ID Card. For an example, we take a random number: 19858198510123456.
It is a 17 digit National ID Number, which may or may not exist, as I have written these numbers randomly. Now, let’s break this number into several parts like this: 1985-81-9-85-10-123456 [Remember to break it in following a number of digits: 4-2-1-2-2-6]
Now, the meaning of these numbers:
1985= Your birth year! So, it is pretty easy for you to remember.
81= Your District Code. You must remember your own District Code for your own sake.
9= RMO Code. This can be changed in your ID card according to your residence. [City Corporation=9, Cantonment=5, Municipality/Pourosova=2, Rural Area=1, City Area outside Pourosova=3, Others=4
85= Your Upazilla/Thana/Police Station number.
10= Your Union/Ward number.
123456= The registration form number in which you filled up your details during the ID card creation process.
Remember all these numbers like this. It will be easier to remember and recall at any time if necessary.
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