Digital Signature (DSC)

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Digital Signature

What is Digital Signature(DSC)?

DSC or Digital Signature is a physical mark in an electronic format. Digital Signatures are utilized as a part of India for online exchanges, for example, Filing Annual Return, Company or LLP Incorporation, Income Tax E-Filing, E-Tenders, and so forth. There are 3 sorts of Digital Signatures, Class I, Class II and Class III Digital Signatures. Class I Digital Signature is utilized for securing email communications. Class II computerized mark is used for organization enlistments, IT Return E-recording, Obtaining DIN, DPIN and so forth. Class III advanced mark enrollment are utilized for E-offering and taking part in E-Auctions. Facility to prepare Computerized Signature (DSC) is available with and can be delivered at your doorstep.

Frequently Asked Questions?

It is a physical signature in an electronic format. Digital Signatures are legally admissible in a Court of Law.

A Digital Signature can be obtained by any person (Indian Citizen and Foreign Nationals) and any type of business entity (Partnership, LLP, Company, Trust and others).

The Certifying Authorities are authorized to issue a Digital Signature Certificate with a validity of 2 years.

No, physical verification is not required for issuing a Digital Signature.

To obtain a Digital Signature, application form for the Digital Signature must be submitted along with a self-attested copy of the applicant’s identity proof and address proof and also along with photograph of applicant.

Digital signature certificate are stored in a secure USB Flash Drive called E-Token. Thus, Digital Signature is never lost when computer is formatted or internet explorer changed. A virus cannot affect USB Token.

Within 2-3 days from date of submitting the application along with required documents.

You should keep the media carrying your digital signature safely and not disclose your password to anybody.

The different types of Digital Signature Certificates are: Class 1: These certificates do not hold any legal validity as the validation process is based only on a valid e-mail ID and involves no direct verification. Class 2: Here, the identity of a person is verified against a trusted, pre-verified database. Class 3: This is the highest level where the person needs to present himself or herself in front of a Registration Authority (RA) and prove his/ her identity.

Class II Digital Signatures-It is used for company, LLP registrations, IT Return E-filing etc.
Class III Digital Signatures-It is used mainly for E-Tendering and Participation in E-Auctions.