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  • An initiative from the Ministry of MSME
  • Voluntary registration for all business
  • Necessary for many government schemes
  • Necessary for small scale funding by Banks

Digital Signature Certificate

A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a secure digital key that certifies the identity of the holder, issued by a Certifying Authority (CA). It typically contains your identity (name, email, country, APNIC account name 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 certificate is an electronic “credit card” that establishes your credentials when doing business or other transactions on the Web.

A Digital Signature is also equivalently referred to as a “Digital Signature Certificate” or a “DSC” or a “Digital Certificate” or an “Electronic Signature” . All these terms practically mean one and the same thing.

In today’s electronic world, when there a huge number of documents in digital form, it is but natural that a legally valid way had to be evolved to authenticate these documents digitally. Digital Signatures were devised to serve precisely this purpose. Consequently, digital signatures are also used for many Government departments like Income Tax (e-filing of returns),Provident Fund, Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), E-tendering etc. In many cases, their use has been made mandatory.

General Instructions

  • Signature of the applicant should be in Blue Ink only
  • Signature of the applicant should be as it is in ID proof
  • Photo of the applicant in application form should be cross signed
  • All supporting documents should be attested by either of Gazetted Officer / Bank Manager / Post Master
  • For proof of attesting officer either one of the below is mandatory –
    • Contact Details of Attesting Officer including the name, designation, office address and contact number. This should be as part of attestation. If provided separately, it should be attested either by Applicant or Attesting Officer.
    • OR Self Attested copy of Organisational Identity card of attesting officer
  • Organizational Documents can also be attested by Authorized Signatory If Organizational Documents are attested by Authorized signatory, attested copy of the organisational ID Card of the Authorized signatory is mandatory.
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List Of Accepted Documents

Copy of Organizational PAN Card,If GST No. not provided  
Copy of Recent Bank Statement / Bank Certificate,If GST No. not provided
Copy of Incorporation,If GST No. not provided    
Copy of Business Registration Certificate (S&E / etc)          
Copy of Partnership deed containing list of Partners / Authorization Letter          
Proof of Authorized Signatory (List of Directors / Board Resolution / Resolution)    
Authorized Signatory ID Proof (Organizational ID Card / PAN Card / etc) ✔(If applicant is not a proprietor)
Copy of Applicant PAN Card