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DIGITAL SIGNATURE CERTIFICATE

  • Digital signatures, a form of electronic signatures, are created and verified using Public Key Cryptography that is based on the concept of a key pair generated by a mathematical algorithm, the public and private keys.
  • The Information Technology Act, 2000 provides the required legal sanctity to the digital signatures based on asymmetric cryptosystems. The digital signatures are now accepted at par with handwritten signatures and the electronic documents that have been digitally signed are treated at par with paper documents.
  • The bidders should possess Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) Class 3 (organization) with signing and encryption to participate in RCI’s Open Tenders above 10 lakhs.
  • The following are the authorised Certifying Authorities (CA) for issue of Digital Signature Certificate as per Controller of Certifying Authorities (CCA) Government of India.


  1.   SAFESCRIPT                                               www.safescrypt.com
  2.   NIC                                                            www.nic.in
  3.   IDRBT                                                         www.idrbtca.org.in
  4.   TCS                                                            www.tcs-ca.tcs.co.in
  5.   MTNL TRUST LINE                                       www.mtnltrustline.com
  6.   GNFC                                                        www.ncodesolutions.com
  7.   e-MUDHRA CA                                         www.e-Mudhra.com

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