Digital Signature for GST With Token 2 year validity

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Class 2 Individual User Digital Signature is now mandatory for GST Registrationis in India.A Digital Signature Certificate authenticates your identity electronically.
It also provides you with a high level of security for your online transactions by ensuring absolute privacy of the information exchanged using a digital certificate.

A Digital Signature Certificate is a secure digital key that is issued by the certifying authorities for the purpose of validating and certifying the identity of the person holding this certificate.
Digital Signatures make use of the public key encryptions to create the signatures.
A digital signature certificate (DSC) contains information about the user’s name, pin code, country, email address, date of issuance of certificate and name of the certifying authority.
A valid class 2 digital signature is required for GST registration and GST filing in India. Under GST, all documents submitted to the Government including
GST registation applications or documents uploaded to the GST common portal must be digitally signed. Hence, a class 2 digital signature must be obtained for the following person who is authorised.

Under GST, all applications, GST returns, GST registration application, reply to notices or any other document required to be submitted must be signed electronically with a digital signature certificate or through e-signature as specified under the Information Technology Act, 2000.
GST documents can be signed using a Class 2 DSC or digital signature certificate or with an aadhaar based electronic verification code. The list of person authorised to sign or verify a GST document is as below:

GST documents can be signed using a Class 2 DSC or digital signature certificate or with an aadhaar based electronic verification code. The list of person authorised to sign or verify a GST document is as below:
Proprietorship and Individuals
By the individual himself or where he is absent from India by some other person duly authorised by him in this behalf, and where the individual is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by his guardian or by any other person competent to act on his behalf.
Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)
By a Karta and where the Karta is absent from India or is mentally incapacitated from attending to his affairs, by any other adult member of such family or by the authorised signatory of such Karta.
Class 2 Digital Signature
There are three types of Digital Signatures, Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3 Digital Signature. Class 1 type of Digital Signatures are only used for securing email communication.
Class 2 type of Digital Signatures are used for GST registration or filing, company or LLP registration, IT Return E-Filing, Obtaining DIN or DPIN, and filing other forms with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs and Income Tax Department.
Class 3 type Digital Signatures are used mainly for E-Tendering and for participating in E-Auctions. Digital Signatures come in the form of a USB E-Token, wherein the Digital Signature Certificate is stored in a USB Drive and can be accessed through a computer to sign documents electronically.
A Digital Signature Certificate authenticates your identity electronically. It also provides you with a high level of security for your online transactions by ensuring absolute privacy of the information exchanged using a digital certificate.
You can use certificates to encrypt information such that only the intended recipient can read it. You can digitally sign information to assure the recipient that it has not been changed in transit, and also verify your identity as the sender of the message.

A Digital Signature Certificate is a digital version of paper or physical certificates. This certificate may be presented online as proof of an individual’s identity.
It can also be used to gain access to services or information online as well as to sign documents electronically.
The main purpose of a Digital Signature Certificate, or DSC, as it is known in its abbreviated form, is to establish the identity of an individual at the time of filing documents electronically.
It is the digital version of an individual’s regular handwritten signature. When it comes to the enrolment of companies, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), international companies, and foreign limited liability partnerships (FLLPs), the enrolment application will have to be signed electronically using DSC.
Any certifying authority within the country can provide individuals with a DSC. To obtain a DSC, individuals will have to fill in the relevant application form and attach to it the supporting documents as required.
A fee will also have to be paid to obtain a DSC. DSCs can be granted by certifying authorities as they have a license under Section 24 of the Indian IT-Act, 2000. Class 2 or Class 3 certificates can be obtained from any of the following authorities:
• E-Mudhra
• IDRBT Certifying Authority
• Tata Consultancy Services
• Code Solutions
• National Informatics Center
• SafeScrypt CA Services, Sify Communications Ltd.