“A Digital Signatureis required to authenticate your identity in the online world. It is used for many governmental purposes online like filing tax returns, registering an import export code, etc. It is valid for two years and needs to be re-issued after that. A Digital Signature is prepared by government authorized agencies. E-Mudra is one of them and we are their authorized RAA.”
If you are applying for a Digital Signature Certificate for an individual, Download form here.
If you are applying for a Digital Signature Certificate for an organisation, Download form here.
How To Obtain DSC Online ?
We provide you with our information form, which you are requested to fill and send it to us via email itself. This gives us the preliminary information about your application
Based on the above information, we provide you with the list of documents to be sent to us via email itself
Authorization and Signatures
We provide you with the DSC forms for signatures of the applicant. You will have to send this to us along with the previously mentioned documents
After obtaining all the required documents and payment, we process your application and your digital signature is generated
We courier the token containing your DSC to your postal address as per your request. It is valid for two years and then needs to be renewed
What all you get ?
- Class 2 Digital Signature Certificate
- Class 3 Digital Signature Certificate
- For Individuals, firms and companies
- 2 Years Validity
- Digital Signature Certificate Tokens
WHY CHOOSE US ?
- Required for all statutory compliances
- Must have for all directors of companies
- Many government transactions require a DSC
- No need to send signed copies of documents via courier
- Online authentication of documents
- Time-stamping provides time of signature on documents
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Digital Signature? Where can I use Digital Signature Certificates?
Digital Signature Certificates (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 for a certain purpose. Likewise, a Digital Signature Certificate can be presented electronically to prove your identity, to access information or services on the Internet or to sign certain documents digitally.
You can use Digital Signature Certificates for the following:
- In eTendering, eProcurement, MCA [for Registrar of Companies efiling], Income Tax [for efiling income tax returns] Applications and also in many other applications.
- For sending and receiving digitally signed and encrypted emails .
- For signing documents like MSWord, MS Excel and PDFs.
- Plays a pivotal role in creating a paperless office.
Are Digital Signature Certificates legally valid in India?
Yes, subsequent to the enactment of Information Technology Act 2000 in India, Digital Signature Certificates are legally valid in India.
Digital Signature Certificates are issued by licensed Certifying Authorities under the Ministry of Information Technology, Government of India as per the Information Technology Act.
Can I use one Digital Signature Certificate for multiple e-mail addresses?
No, you cannot. A digital signature certificate can have only one email address.
Can I use digital signature certificate in e-tendering systems?
Digital signature certificates in e-tendering systems are allowed, but based on the service provider.
How long will it take for the application to be processed?
DSC issuance would require 5 business days from the date of applying/application.
What are “Certificate Class” while applying for a DSC?
Selection of certificate class depends completely on your usage and security requirements. A rough guideline is provided below on the applicability of various levels of certification:
Class 2 Gold – if you need to use the certificate for signing documents, encryption and electronic access control in transactions where proof of identity based on information in the Validating Database is sufficient class.
Class 3 Platinum – for transactions that require a high degree of security and privacy due to exchange of extremely sensitive information that requires unequivocal authentication of the subscriber’s identity. Some of the common transactions requiring Class 3 certificates are e-commerce, electronic data interchange by banks, etc.