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» One Class 3 Digital signature (Individual) with a secure USB token.

»    2 Year Validity.

»    Courier all over India. 

»   Including Courier Charges. 

Rs 899/- 


»    One Class 3 Digital signature (Individual) with a secure USB token.

»    2 Year Validity.

»   Courier all over India. 

»   Including Courier Charges. 

Rs 2,499/- 





    • What is Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) ?
    • A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a secure digital key that certifies the identity of the holder.
    • It is issued by a Certifying Authority (CA) and is valid across different govt. platforms.
    • It typically contains your identity (name, email, country and your public key).
    • Digital Certificates use Public Key Infrastructure meaning data that has been digitally signed or encrypted by a private key can only be decrypted by its corresponding public key.
    • A Digital Signature is a secure key (USB E-Token) that contains the signature in digital format and is issued for the purpose of validating & verifying a particular person or entity.
    • These tokens are often issued with a validity of 1-2 years and are required to be re-made thereafter.
    • Types of Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
    • There are 3 classes of DSC which are issued by the Certifying authority. Out of these, Class 3 DSCs are most widely used due to their applicability in various govt. forms.
    • CLASS 1:
    • Class 1 certificates are issued to individuals/private subscribers.
    • These certificates will confirm that user’s name (or alias) and e-mail address form an unambiguous subject within the Certifying Authorities database.
    • Due to the nature and limited data they authenticate, the usage of this class is limited.
    • These are no longer accepted at various Govt. websites. Accordingly, they are generally not used these days.
    • CLASS 2:
    • Class 2 Digital Signature (DSC) are generally issued to individuals and organizations for both Indian and foreign applicant.
    • The main function of this certificate is to authenticate the details of the signer.
    • It re-affirms the already mentioned data of the user.
    • These certificates will confirm that the information in the application provided by the subscriber does not conflict with the information in well-recognized consumer databases like PAN or Aadhar.
    • These are now discontinued. Any new DSC made post January 1, 2021 would only be Class 3 DSC. However, any Class 2 DSC made prior to January 1, 2021, would continue to be valid until there expiry.
    • CLASS 3:
    • Class 3 digital signature certificate, according to IVG guideline, is more secure in comparison to class 2 certificate, this certificate provides the highest level of safety as compared to the other classes mentioned above.
    • As per the CAA’s new regulation, only the Class 3 DSC will be available for any sort of paperless signature utilization in India.
    • It is generally used in the compliances of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) & Registrar of Companies (ROC), Income Tax filing, Business Incorporation, GST registration and return, Business License Registration, e-tendering / e-bidding, Trademark e-filing, DGFT Compliances, etc.


    • The Process of  paperless DSC is explained below:

      • Aadhar-based e-KYC Verification DSC
      • Aadhaar based Paperless DSC is an easy and fastest way to make DSC.
      • The whole process of Paperless DSC will save your time, money, efforts and it is totally authenticated.
      • Aadhaar Paperless DSC is based on “Aadhaar Paperless Offline e-KYC”.
      • PAN-based e-KYC Verification DSC
      • By opting for Paperless PAN-based E-KYC DSC, the applicant is able to significantly reduce costs.
      • The greatest advantage of this Pan-based E-KYC is that one can apply for this type of DSC anytime or anywhere, giving the applicant the gift of global convenience.


    • Time Saving as it allows documents to be signed remotely.
    • Cost Saving as it reduces need for document printing and courier.
    • Security and encryption of documents.
    • Efficiency as it allows people to get documents authenticated at a click of a button.
    • Reduces carbon foot print to digitization of the process.


    DSC are mandatory as an authenticated signature tool on various govt. platforms. Some of the uses of DSC are:

    1. Company Incorporation
    2. Director Identification Number Application
    3. MCA Compliances
    4. Income Tax filing and compliances
    5. TDS filing and compliances
    6. GST filing and compliances
    7. Import Export related filings
    8. E- Tenders
    9. Provident Fund and ESI related Filings and compliances.


    What is a Digital Signature Certificate?

    • A digital signature certificate is an electronic document issued by a Certificate Authority (CA).
    • It contains the public key for a digital signature and specifies the identity associated with the key, such as the name of an organization.
    • The certificate is used to confirm that the public key belongs to the specific organization.
    • The CA acts as the guarantor.
      Digital signature certificates must be issued by a trusted authority and are only valid for a specified time.
    • They are required in order to create a digital signature.

    What is a Certificate Authority (CA)?

    • Digital signatures rely on public and private keys. Those keys have to be protected in order to ensure safety and to avoid forgery or malicious use.
    • When you send or sign a document, you need assurance that the documents and the keys are created securely and that they are using valid keys.
    • CAs, a type of Trust Service Provider, are third-party organizations that have been widely accepted as reliable for ensuring key security and that can provide the necessary digital certificates.
    • Both the entity sending the document and the recipient signing it must agree to use a given CA.

    What is Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)?

    • Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a set of requirements that allow (among other things) the creation of digital signatures.
    • Through PKI, each digital signature transaction includes a pair of keys: a private key and a public key.
    • The private key, as the name implies, is not shared and is used only by the signer to electronically sign documents.
    • The public key is openly available and used by those who need to validate the signer’s electronic signature.
    • PKI enforces additional requirements, such as the Certificate Authority (CA), a digital certificate, end-user enrollment software, and tools for managing, renewing, and revoking keys and certificates.

    What is Class 3 DSC used?

    Class 3 Digital Signature is generally used in following Govt. portals:

    • Income tax filing,
    • Incorporation of a Pvt Ltd company or LLP,
    • Filing of Annual returns and other compliances with MCA.
    • RBI and related filings.
    • GST portal.
    • e-tenders.
    • e-procurement.
    • e-auctions

    How is Video Verification done?

    • You will receive a link on your registered email ID.
    • Once received, you will need to start the recording and read the text which is shown on the screen.
    • Our executives will guide you throughout the process.

    Can I get a new DSC, if my Aadhar is not linked with mobile number?

    Yes, you can get a new DSC even if your Aadhar is not linked with your mobile number.

    Is Aadhar mandatory for applying DSC?

    No, you can apply for DSC even if you do not have Aadhar number.

    Can DSC be applied, if I do not have PAN number?

    No, PAN Card is mandatory to apply for DSC if you are a resident of India.
    However, for a foreign national, PAN will not be required. In such cases identity proof like Passport can be used.