INSTRUCTIONS TO FILL THE FORM

  • Applicant Name: Enter the name of the applicant.
  • Mobile Number: Provide the 10 digit Mobile Number of the Applicant.
  • Email ID: Enter the applicant’s Email ID.
  • Upload your Aadhar Card: Upload Clear front and back picture of the applicant’s Aadhar Card.
  • Upload Your PAN Card – Front Side: Upload the Applicant’s PAN Card Photo (Front)

DIGITAL SIGNATURE FORM

Digital Signature Certificate is used for

  • GST
  • MCA (ROC)
  • Income Tax
  • EPF
  • Foreign Trade
  • E-Tender
  • Trademark
  • E-Ticketing
  • Document Signer
  • Director’s KYC
  • Other Purpose
  • CBSE School

Documents Required For DSC - Digital Signature Certificate

Document Name Company Individual Partnership Proprietorship LLP NGO/Trust
Copy of Applicant Aadhar Card & PAN Card
Copy of Organization PAN Card
Copy of Bank Statement (First 2 pages)
Copy of Incorporation/ Registration Certificate
Copy of AOA & MOA / Rules / Bye Laws (First 2 Pages)
Copy of Partnership Deed / Trust Deed / LLP / Agreement containing the List of Partners / Signatories (2 pages)
Copy of Business Registration Certificate (GST) If any If any If any If any If any
Proof of Board Resolution / Authority Letter
Second Partner / Director ID Proof & Address Proof

FAQ

Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is the electronic format of physical or paper certificate like a driving License, passport etc. Certificates serve as proof of identity of an individual or organization for a certain purpose on online / computer. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) Certificate can be presented electronically to prove your identity, to access information or services on the Internet or to sign certain documents digitally manually.

A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) Certificate authenticates your identity electronically. DSC also provides you with a high level of security for your online transactions by ensuring absolute privacy of the information exchanged using a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC). You can use certificates to sign / encrypt information such that only the intended recipient can read it. You can digitally sign information to assure the recipient that it has not been changed in transit, and also verify your identity as the sender of the message

  • a) For sending and receiving digitally signed and encrypted emails/ documents.
  • b) For carrying out secure web-based transactions.
  • c) In E-Tendering, E-Procurement, for Registrar of Companies e-filing, Income Tax for e-filing income tax returns and also in many other applications.
  • d) For signing documents like MS Word, MS Excel and PDFs.

Legally valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) Certificates are issued only through a Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA), Govt. of India, licensed Registration Authorities (RA), such as e-Solutions. e-Solutions, a Registration Authorities (RA) licensed by (n)Code Solutions-CA, offers secure Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)s through various options tailored to suit individual as well as organizational needs.

A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) explicitly associates the identity of an individual/device with a two keys – public and private keys. The certificate contains information about a user’s identity (for example, their name, pin code, country, email address, the date the certificate was issued and the name of the CA. These keys will not work in the absence of the other. They are used by browsers and servers to encrypt and decrypt information regarding the identity of the certificate user.

The private key is stored on the user’s computer hard disk or on an external device such as a USB token. The user retains control of the private key; it can only be used with the issued password. The public key is disseminated with the encrypted information. The authentication process fails if either one of these keys in not available or do not match. This means that the encrypted data cannot be decrypted and therefore, is inaccessible to unauthorized parties.

Yes, as per Information Technology Act 2000 in India, Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is legally valid in India. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is issued by licensed Certifying Authorities under the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India as per the Information Technology Act.

Class 3 Company / Organization User certificate is required for E-Tendering, E-Procurement, Trademark / Patent filing. Class 3 is the highest type of Digital Signature Certificate. It can be issued for 1 years or 2 years. After the valid period, user needs to renew class 3 digital signature certificates.

Class 2 Digital Signature Certificate is required for Income Tax filing, ROC and MCA filing. Class 2 Digital Signature Certificate can be issued for 1 year or 2 years. After the valid period, user needs to renew class 2 digital signature certificates. Class 2 Digital Signature certificate can be issued to individual / organization

Class 3 DGFT Digital Signature Certificate is required for DGFT website to communicate. DGFT Digital Signature is valid for 1 years or 2 years. User can save time and money by using DGFT Digital Signature Certificate

Class 3 DGFT Digital Signature Certificate is required for DGFT website to communicate. DGFT Digital Signature is valid for 1 years or 2 years. User can save time and money by using DGFT Digital Signature Certificate

DSC of Class 2 and Class 3 category issued by a licensed Certifying Authority (CA) needs to be obtained for e-filing on the MCA Portal

X509 is the industry standard for digital certificate format. It defined the various mandatory and optional attributes that can be defined within the certificate.

Digital signature certificates have an explicit start date and an explicit expiration date. Most applications check the validity period of a certificate when the digital certificate is used. The signature certificate expiration date is also used for managing the certificate revocation list (CRL). A certificate is removed from the revocation list when its natural expiration date arrives. As such, generally the shorter the certificate validity period, the shorter the CRL

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