Documentation Requirement for eMudhra Digital Signature
Applying Digital Signature first time can be daunting task because how to fill form & documentation requirement makes things messy. Cloud84 made this whole process super easy. Follow this article to know documentation requirements for Individual (Indian & Foreigner) and Organisations (Indian & Foreigner) like companies, partnerships, BOI, Trust, LLP etc.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING DSC WITH Aadhar eKYC (Biometric or OTP)
Individual DSC applicant don’t need to fill any form and no need of any documents but Organisational Applicants need to complete required documentation.
KEEP following points in Mind when filling DSC Application:
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.
List of Accepted Documents – Indian Individual
(Note: For Individual Physical Application Only. Aadhar based eKYC don’t require any document. Click me to know more about OTP based eKYC)
Identity Proof (Any one of below)
Address Proof (Any one of below)
PAN Card of the Applicant
Post Office ID Card
Bank Account Passbook containing the photograph and signed by an individual with attestation by the concerned Bank official
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
Recently E-Mudhra has started new process to authenticate DSC Applications. Now no need to fill lengthy forms or visit dsc vendor to give finger print. E-Mudhra has made process super easy by introducing Aadhaar eKYC based on OTP (You will get One Time Password on your mobile) based authentication. Cloud84 introducing same easy process to get DSC (Digital Signature).
What you need to Get DSC
You should have Aadhaar to continue with this transaction.
Your Aadhaar should have either of Mobile or email ID linked to it.
This process involves eKyc, eSign and Video Recording for all types of DSC issuance.
You need USB Token to download DSC. (You can use your old Token or we can courier you new)
Steps to get DSC
eKYC: Authenticate yourself using Aadhaar for eKYC with OTP
eSign: Perform eSign through Aadhaar with OTP
Video Recording: Record video while answering simple questions
DSC: Obtain your DSC in minutes* after processing by eMudhra representative
How to Proceed for DSC Purchase ?
You would start by Paying DSC Fee Online then we will send you a link where you will fill your Aadhaar, Pan & Certificate details. Then you will follow onscreen instruction. That’s it! Your DSC would be ready in minutes.
Cloud84 is a Himachal Pradesh based premium digital Signature (dsc) Reseller. We provide E-Mudhra Class 2 and Class 3 digital signatures in India.
Whenever Digital Signature Applied without eKYC then individual applicant require attestation of supporting documents. These should be attested by any one of the following:
Bank Manager/Authorised executive of the Bank
Group ‘A’ /Group ‘B’ Gazetted officers
Group ‘A’ Gazetted officers include:
a) All India services though posted to states
b) Promotes from states to the cadre of Assistant commissioner and above
c) Police officers (Circle Inspector and above)
d) Additional District Civil surgeons
e) Executive Engineers and above
f) District Medical Officer and above
g) Lt. Col and above h) Principals of Government Colleges and above
i) Readers and above of Universities
j) Patent Examiner etc.
Group ‘B’ Gazetted officers include
a) Section Officer
b) BDO(Block Development Officer)
d) Junior Doctors in Government Hospitals
e) Assistant Executive Engineer
f) Lectures in Government colleges
g) Headmaster of Government high schools
h) 2nd Lieutenant to Major i) Magistrate
Gazetted Officer does not include notary or SEO or Nagar Sevak
Attestation must be in BLUE pen (not in black). Stamp of attesting officer and department/organisation must be present.
Name, designation and contact number (either landline number or mobile number) must also be mentioned.
Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) has introduced an e-procurement system to procure items electronically, using the internet. The system drastically reduces time and indirect costs involved in the tendering cycle. It also enhances transparency in the procurement process. To access the HRTC online tenders system, vendors require a PC with
• Any Windows XP SP3 (Windows 7 recommended) with latest Java Runtime Installed. It will not work on Android devices because of Java runtime issue.
• An 3g/4g/Broadband internet connection. Any fast connection would be ideal for smooth operation of the Himachal Road Transport Corporation tender portal.
• The web browser should be Java enabled. Either one of these can be used – Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer.
• Drivers for digital signature certificates (DSC) has to be installed on the PC. if you have drives please download now.
The HRTC e-procurement system can be accessed from any location. The HRTC e-procurement portal is very user friendly. Under the ‘Latest Active Tenders’ link, users can view all tenders hosted on this portal and download the tender schedule. You can view the tenders closing on the same day or close within 7 days or within next 14 days.
As per the Indian Information Technology Act 2000, a digitally-signed electronic document (soft copy) is as good as paper document for all legal purposes. Hence, after uploading tender-related documents on the tender portal, there is no need to submit the documents physically. The documents have to be provided for verification if required later. However, if the vendor chooses to make payments via offline methods the physical documents have to be submitted before the bid opening event.
A digital certificate, which is mandatory for online tenders, can be presented electronically to prove the owners’ identity, to sign certain documents digitally, to access information or services on the internet. E-Mudhra Digital Signature Certificates (DSC), issued by Cloud84, are ideal for online tendering, e-filing and other applications which require a secure digital credential.
Individuals or authorised representatives for organisations can purchase E-Mudhra class 2 or 3 DSC, based on their requirements. Cloud84 technical support team provides online and offline support for installation of digital signatures on the buyers’ computer systems. We delivers eKYC based DSC within 1 hour* on specific locations (Shimla, Una, Nahan, Palampur, Chandigarh, Delhi) and for paper based application within 7 working days. Contact Us for more Information.