Enhance Security With a Digital Signature Online
Are you looking for a digital signature?Go paperless and reap the benefits of enhancing your security with Zolvit, India’s most experienced provider of DSCs.
Take three simple steps to enhance your security with Zolvit digital signatures online!
Once you submit your document, our team will verify it.
Your document is validated online via video call and SMS.
Certificates are issued after DSC online registration.
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Zolvit is exactly what it does. Legal is simple. We went to Zolvit to register our Trademark during the lockdown and everything was done online with ease. We never even had to step out of the house. It was truly a digital experience.
CEO & Developer of Golghar.com
In India, obtaining a digital signature certificate online can be complicated. Still, Zolvit's legal assistance can make the process a breeze.
The following documents need to be submitted:
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Did you know?
Digital Signature Certificates can be obtained paperless through the 'Aadhaar Offline EKYC' procedure for Aadhaar card holders. As part of an Aadhaar-based KYC verification process, the application is carried forward after a digital verification of the applicant has been completed. Applying for a DSC application to generate orders and download the DSC is quick and can be completed within 15-20 minutes.
Any person or entity who has been granted a license to issue a digital signature certificate is recognised as a digital certifying authority (CA) under the information technology (IT) Act 2000. A prospective CA is audited by the controller of certifying authorities, the ministry of IT, to ensure compliance requirements are met, then granted a license.
Why do I need a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)?
Are Digital Signature certificates (DSC)legally valid in India?
What type of Digital Signature Certificate is required for e-Tendering, e-Procurement, and Trademark / Patent filing?
What type of Digital Signature Certificate is required for Income Tax filing, ROC and MCA filing?
What type of Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is to be obtained for eFiling on the MCA Portal ?
What is a root certificate, and why do I need one?
Digital Signature Certificates are secure digital keys issued by certifying authorities to authenticate and confirm the identity of the individual holding them. Using public-key encryption, digital signatures are created.
In a digital signature certificate (DSC), the user's name, pin code, country, email address, date of issuance, and certifying authority's name are included.
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The authenticity of documents:
With Zolvit, we make it as easy as possible for you to complete your DSC online registration in just three steps:
Step 1: Form Submission
Name, gender, address, nationality, country, e-mail ID, mobile number, and usage type of DSC will be collected. This could be for company incorporation, MCA e-filing, IT filing, GST filing, foreign trade, e-tenders, or personal use. Choosing the right class and submitting the form will also be guided by us.
Step 2: Online Documentation
We will collect and submit all required documents, such as a PAN card, address proof, passport, etc., for review.
Step 3: Fee Payment
The document will be validated in two ways after payment has been made, and the information has been verified against your PAN card as in the income tax portal:
A DSC must be obtained based on the request's nature and purpose and the applicant's type. Certificates issued by certifying authorities come in three types.