• How to Apply for PAN Card through Common Services Center (CSC)?

    A permanent Account Number (PAN) card is an identification document provided by the Indian Income Tax Department under the supervision of the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). It is a unique ten Alpha Numeric character. To get a PAN card, an individual can apply through CSC.

    For the convenience of the customers, CSC is offering government Citizens Services. PAN card services are one of those services. To apply for a PAN card, an applicant can approach the nearest CSC. The CSC Operator will fill out the application form on behalf of the applicant. Here’s the list of documents which are required to be submitted to the VLE Village Level Entrepreneur):

    • Residence Proof
    • Identity Proof
    • Passport size photographs

    Documents Required for Identity Proof

    The following are the documents which are required to be submitted as identity proof:

    • Voter ID card
    • Aadhar card
    • Driving license
    • Passport
    • Matriculation certificate
    • School leaving certificate

    Documents Required for Address Proof

    An applicant should submit the scanned copies of the following documents as address proof:

    • Voter ID card
    • Water bill
    • Electricity bill
    • Telephone bill
    • Passport
    • Aadhar card

    Steps Followed by VLE to Fill the PAN Card Application Form

    VLE needs to log in to the website with the registration ID and password. Let us have a look at the further steps:

    • Fill out the application form by entering the correct details of the applicant.
    • Upload photo, signature, PAN form, and other supporting documents.
    • Once the documents are submitted, VLE should make the payment.
    • Create an acknowledgement receipt.
    • Create a batch at regular intervals that have at least one application.
    • At the end of the month, the hard copies of PAN cards will be sent to the required address.

    FAQs on Apply for a PAN Card through CSC

    1. How can I get my CSC ID and password?

      You must speak with a CSC operator in your village, block, district, or state for this purpose. They will add you as an operator. After that, you will receive your ID and password in a few minutes and be able to do all of the services that a CSC operator performs.

    2. Can I get my CSC ID for free?

      Registering as a VLE in the CSC ecosystem is a basic and simple process. Registration is completely free. Simply fill in your information and join the CSC network.

    3. What is CSC VLE registration?

      CSC will be given to a person known as a Village Level Entrepreneur (VLE). CSC is run by Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLE). It is necessary for them to register on the official portal for this.

    4. How many CSCs are there in India?

      According to government data, there are currently 2.6 lakh VLEs in use, which provide services to 3,462 CSC centres around the country.

    5. What is the fee for applying for a PAN card?

      The fee for getting a PAN is Rs.93 (excluding GST) for an Indian communication address and Rs.864 (excluding GST) for a foreign communication address. The application fee can be paid through a credit/debit card, a demand draft, or through net banking.

    6. Is the Aadhar card enough for a PAN card?

      You no longer need to fill out a detailed application form to get a PAN. Only your Aadhar card is enough.

    Display of any trademarks, tradenames, logos and other subject matters of intellectual property belong to their respective intellectual property owners. Display of such IP along with the related product information does not imply BankBazaar's partnership with the owner of the Intellectual Property or issuer/manufacturer of such products.

    This Page is BLOCKED as it is using Iframes.