A CRC (Child Registration Certificate) and a Juvenile Card are both identification documents for children under 18, but there are a few key differences.
A CRC is a certificate that lists all of the children in a family under 18. It does not include any photographs of the children. A Juvenile Card, on the other hand, is a chip-based card that contains information about a single child under 18, including a photograph. also check: CRC vs Birth Certificate
CRCs are not always accepted by all departments or institutions, while Juvenile Cards are more widely accepted. This is because Juvenile Cards contain more information about the child, including a photograph, which makes them more difficult to counterfeit. also check: How to Get a Juvenile Card in Pakistan