Digital Signature


Digital Signature (DSC) are the digital equivalent (that is electronic format) of physical or paper signatures. Physical documents are signed manually, similarly, electronic documents, for example e- forms are required to be signed digitally using a Digital Signature Certificate. A Digital Signature Certificate, like a handwritten signature, establishes the identity of the sender filing the documents through the internet which the sender cannot revoke or deny.
We work in collaboration with E-Mudhra Certifying Authority for issuance of Digital Signature Certificate (DSC).


Digital Signature (DSC) can be availed for validity of 1 year, 2 year or maximum 3 year


There are 4 types of Digital Signature Certificates (DSC)

  • CLASS 1: This provides a basic level of assurance relevant to environments where there are risks and consequences of data compromise, but they are not considered to be of major significance.
  • CLASS 2: Class 2 DSC can be used for PF, ROC,GST, Income Tax Filing. It is the most widely used DSC and can be used at various places other than for E-Tendering. As per latest guidelines issued by the Controller of Certifying Authority, Class 2 Certificates would be discontinued and Class 3 Certificates will be issued in place of Class 2 from 1st February, 2021
  • CLASS 3: Class 3 DSC is mainly used for online procurement processes involving high financial values, E-Tendering, E-Procurement, E-Bidding, E-Auction on all Government, Semi Government, PSUs, Private Portals.
  • DGFT: DGFT DSC is required to digitally any sign documents in electronic format or for transactions being performed through a web-browser on the DGFT website or portal. It is used by the (Exporters & Importers) community registered with the DGFT in India.