Digital Signature Certification


Digital signature certificate are being issued by Certifying Authorities (CA) after verification of the identity and addresses of the applicant. The digital signature are used for GST Registration and Filing, MCA Website for company registration and its related services, Income Tax site for filing the Income tax return, Tender submissions, EPFO filings etc. Digital signature certificate is a type of e-signature given by the subscriber to document signing. It is a way of Signatures in digital format and issued for the purpose of recognizing and verifying a particular person or entity. It is presented in an electronic format with Cryptographic protocol, by using it an individual can access his information and utilize other services on the Internet and easily sign certain documents digitally. It is popularly used in the sensitive portals for uploading or encoding any company documents with a safe way. This certificate is valid up to two years.

Class II:

  • CCA withdrawn Class II DSC and only Class 3 DSC will be issued from 1st January 2021.

Class III:

  • This certificate will be issued to both individuals as well as organizations. It is considering as high assurance certificates, primarily applied in GST, MCA, Income Tax, Tender, EPF filings etc. This certificate will be issued in the name individuals or in the name of organisations upon successful completion of their personal video appearance before the Certifying Authorities.

Individual Certificate

  • Application Form
  • Identity proof – PAN
  • Address proof - AADHAAR OR PASSPORT OR DRIVING LICENSE
  • Passport Size Photo.

Organization Certificate

  • Application Form
  • Authorization Letter
  • Identity proof
  • Organizational proof
  • Authorized Signatory proof

Partnership Firm:

  • Authorization letter copy from organization
  • Electricity bill (Not more than two months old required to be submitted)
  • PAN copy of Organization
  • Copy of the Bank Statements (First 2 Pages)
  • Copy of the Partnership Deed
  • List of Partners / Signatories in the concern
  • Copy of the Business Registration Certificate
  • Signatory address proof of the Partnership concern
  • PAN Card copy of the applicant if PAN provided
  • Copy of Last Income Tax Return / Audit Report & Annual Return / Self Affidavit (Legal Declaration) with reason, if not available (First 2 Pages)

Proprietorship

  • Authorization letter copy from organization
  • Copy of the Bank Statements (First 2 Pages)
  • Signatory proof of organization Address
  • Copy of the Business Registration Certificate
  • PAN Card copy of the applicant if PAN provided
  • Copy of Last Income Tax Return / Audit Report & Annual Return / Self Affidavit (Legal Declaration) with reason, if not available (First 2 Pages)

Benefits

  • It provides a high level of authentication
  • It provides a legal validity
  • It saves time and the flow of work is high
  • It provides a future validity
  • These certificates guarantees the high level of workflow efficiency

FAQ'S


A digital signature is a very simple, secure, convenient, and a time-saving way of signing electronic documents or authenticating certain online transactions. Technically, it is a code, unique to the person who is signing the electronic document or authenticating the transaction.

A licensed Certifying Authority (CA) issues the digital signature. Certifying Authority (CA) means a person who has been granted a license to issue a digital signature certificate under Section 24 of the Indian IT-Act 2000.The list of licensed CAs along with their contact information is available on the MCA portal.

Yes, the Information Technology Act, 2000 in India has given legal validity to digital signatures.

No, a digital signature is unique and thus two or more individuals/entities cannot have the same digital signature.

You can choose to obtain a digital signature of 2 years or 3 years validity from date of issuance.

Yes, they can have two signatures for their official and personal purpose.

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