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When you’re ready to eSign - simply select Aadhaar eSign and click Proceed
Enter your Aadhaar number on the CA portal and Generate OTP
Enter OTP, give consent and click Sign
After a few seconds, your signature is done. All parties will receive a copy of the signed document and audit trail via email/SMS

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“The customer signing process is so simple now. There is no DSA calling them, no sales manager calling them - they don’t need to plan and coordinate a physical visit anymore. They can sign in comfort from their sofa using their mobile or computer. It’s so seamless and simple - they view the document, enter their Aadhaar number, get OTP, enter OTP - and done!”

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Curious to read more about Aadhaar eSign before you try?

Aadhaar eSign is an electronic signature permitted under Schedule II of the Information Technology Act, 2000. Aadhaar eSign can be affixed through four methods:
  • Via OTP Authentication
  • Via Fingerprint Authentication
  • Via IRIS Authentication
  • Via XML File Authentication
To perform Aadhaar eSign, a signer will require:
  • A valid Aadhaar number
  • Access to a mobile phone or email ID linked to their Aadhaar number
For Aadhaar via Fingerprint and IRIS Authentication, the signer will need to have their Aadhaar Biometrics switched on
Aadhaar eSign can be used to sign any type of document since it is a valid electronic execution method under the Information Technology Act.

The only exceptions are the 5 documents listed in Schedule I of the Information Technology Act (Wills, Trust Deeds, Contracts for Transfer of Interest in Immovable Property, Negotiable Instruments other than cheques and Powers of Attorney). These 5 documents cannot be Aadhaar eSigned unless there is a specific law permitting this.
Yes, Aadhaar eSign is valid and enforceable in court. In fact, under the Evidence Act signatures like Aadhaar eSign have specific presumptions in their favour. This makes Aadhaar eSign easier to enforce than other signing types.
Yes, authorized signatories can sign via Aadhaar eSign.
We’ve written a series of deep dives into various aspects of Aadhaar eSign. You can access them here
What is Aadhaar eSign?
What is needed to perform Aadhaar eSign?
What documents can I eSign via Aadhaar eSign?
Is Aadhaar eSign valid and enforceable in Court?
Can my organization’s authorized signatory sign via Aadhaar eSign?
Where can I read more about Aadhaar eSign?