- Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) are the digital equivalent (that is electronic format) of physical or paper certificates.
- Few Examples of physical certificates are drivers' licenses, passports or membership cards.
- Certificates serve as proof of identity of an individual for a certain purpose;
- for example, a driver's license identifies someone who can legally drive in a particular country.
- Likewise, a digital certificate can be presented electronically to prove one’s identity, to access information or services on the Internet or to sign certain documents digitally.
- PAN Card of the Applicant
- Driving Licence
- Post Office ID Card
- Bank Account Passbook containing the photograph and signed by an individual with an attestation by the concerned Bank official
- A photo ID card issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Centre/State Governments
- Any Government-issued photo ID card bearing the signatures of the individual
- AADHAAR Card
- Voter ID Card
Attested copy of Applicant Passport
- Attested copy of VISA (If the applicant is out of the native country).
- Attested copy of Resident Permit certificate (If an applicant is in India)
- Attested copy of Applicant Passport
- Attested copy of any other Government issued Address Proof
- The identity and address proof of foreign nationals must be attested by the following authorities:
-Embassy of Native Country (If an applicant is out of the native country)
-Apostatized by Native Country, after Public Notary (if a country is in Hague Convention)
-Consular zed by Native Country, after Public Notary (if a country is not in Hague Convention)
A digital signature is an electronic form of a signature that can be used to authenticate the identity of the sender of a message or the signer of a document, and also ensure that the original content of the message or document that has been sent is unchanged.