In today’s era, there is much more technical development in our government’s working and that is the reason that now a days every important task is done online. Recently, last month a new website is launched by the government which let the general public know the attendance of the employees of the central government. Thus, now it is possible to know their consistency, attendance, and efficiency. Therefore, it is important for our readers to get updated regarding the online digital services and its working.
We begin with introducing you with the procedure of getting a PAN card. In India, having a PAN will help you in handling many transactions exceeding Rs 50,000, opening a Demat account or bank account, buying and selling securities and what not. If you are engaged in assembling your financial track, then it is significant to have a PAN card.
There is a very simple procedure to apply for a PAN card. There is online set up for applying for the same. Eventually to end the process you need to mail the documents to the office of Income Tax Service. When you are don with the online form filling, then you need to send your documents. Then the application is processed, and finally, your PAN card is sent to your address. Even then if you find any confusion or difficulty then there is a provision of the helpline number i.e. 18001801961. It is helpful and supportive in case of any misunderstanding.
The first step to proceed with is to submit the necessary documents.
From the PAN Service Unit website you will upload your documents. It is important to upload date of birth, identity proof, address and a scanned passport size photograph. To begin with, start scanning the documents section wise.
After completing the scanning process do the following steps:
- Firstly, visit the NSDL website.
- Scroll downwards and click individual from the option stated in the menu naming apply for a new PAN card.
- After this, you can fill the form. At the time of any inconvenience, you can check the guidelines.
- AO code is the first field. There is also an option of contacting the income tax service helpline number which is 18001801961 to know more about AO code.
- The other information you need to give is your name, address, and gender. Such specifications are self-explanatory and thus are easy to fill.
- Once you are done with this filling process, you need to choose the method of payment at the end of the application form. The fee for PAN card application is Rs. 150 However, it may vary according to the additional bank charges. The shipping charges to abroad are Rs. 971. There is numerous payment option like cheque, credit card, debit card, demand draft or online banking.
- After doing all this select the submit option.
- Check all the details you provided once again after completing it. Double check the spellings and then enter the captcha code. Subsequently, select confirm.
- Now a page will appear which include the terms and conditions. On the top of the page, there will be a transaction number, you need to note it down, and the click agrees.
- Afterwards, finish the payment procedure.
- Then you will come across an acknowledgement form which includes a 15 digit number. Print the acknowledgement page.
- On the printed page paste two photographs.
- Sigh, the acknowledgement form.
- Put the form in an envelope along with other documents.
- On the front side of envelope write APPLICATION FOR PAN ____.
In the blank write the 15 digit number.
- Post the envelope to NSDL at the address of Income tax department:
Income Tax PAN Services Unit, NSDL eGovernance Infrastructure Limited, 5th floor, Near Deep Bungalow Chowk, Pune 411016.
- It is necessary that your application form must be received with NSDL within 15 days of online filling. After processing it, they will post your PAN card to your residential address. For inquiry, you can always contact the service helpline number. You can also contact pan card customer care online without much of an issue.
This is how your application can be submitted online for getting the PAN CARD. Apply now as the work has been eased by the government of India.