Definition of updation in English:

updation

Pronunciation /ˈəpˌdāSH(ə)n/ /ˈəpˌdeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

Indian
  • The process of updating something.

    ‘the deletion or updation of data’
    count noun ‘the latest technological updations’
    • ‘Continuation of the use of the specially designed software will hopefully ensure transparent error-free updation of the data.’
    • ‘Once the land records office receives the certificate with a request for updation of records, it conducts its own independent hearing.’
    • ‘The labourers from Assam have gone back citing issues relating to updation of their citizen records.’
    • ‘Higher property tax rates with periodic updation will improve local government finances.’
    • ‘Delay in the updation of police verification records and lack of facilities for the applicants at the offices are some of the other complaints.’
    • ‘Canara Bank opened its Aadhaar enrolment and updation centre in Bengaluru.’
    • ‘The ongoing land audit has been covering a wide spectrum of issues including updation of land records.’
    • ‘Customers may submit only one documentary proof of address (either current or permanent) while opening a bank account or while undergoing periodic updation.’
    • ‘Another sub-committee was also constituted in 2007 to expedite the NRC updation process.’
    • ‘Individuals will continue to need services such as enrolment and updation, if they want to use Aadhaar-based offline modes.’
    emendation, correction, alteration, changing, adaptation, editing, copy-editing, rewriting, redrafting, recasting, rephrasing, reworking, updating, revamping

Pronunciation

updation

/ˈəpˌdāSH(ə)n/ /ˈəpˌdeɪʃ(ə)n/