When submitting or sending documents electronically over the internet, a digital signature certificate in India proves the sender's identity. It establishes the identity and agreement of the signee for electronic records and is comparable to a handwritten signature.
DSC is a secure digital key that the certifying authorities in India issue to validate and authenticate the legitimacy of the individual holding the certificate. Public-key encryption is used in digital signatures to produce a signature. The user's name, pin code, country, email address, certificate issuance date, and the name of the certifying body are all included in a digital signature certificate. The Controller of Certifying Authority in India is responsible for issuing digital signature certificates.
Documents Required for the Digital Signatures Includes PAN Card Copy, Passport Copy, Electricity bill, Gas Bill, Aadhar Card, Passport Size Photo.