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How to get duplicate PAN card online

Permanent Account Number or commonly known as PAN card is one of the important financial document. PAN is required to conduct various financial transactions such as investing in fixed deposit, mutual funds and so on.

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Dec 13, 2019, 10.12 AM IST
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PAN card will be dispatched to the communication address as per the latest details available with the income tax department.
Permanent Account Number (PAN) card is an important financial document. It is required to conduct various financial transactions such as opening a bank account, depositing large amounts of cash in your account (over Rs 50,000) and so on.

Losing your PAN card can hamper your ability to conduct financial transactions where quoting it is mandatory.

If you have lost your PAN card, here is how you can get a duplicate one.

  • Pre-requisites
Before you go ahead and use this service, there are certain pre-requisites. These are as follows:

a) This facility is available for those PAN card holders whose PAN application was earlier processed through NSDL e-gov and/or e-Filing portal of Income Tax Department. The Government has appointed only two entities - NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure and UTI Infrastructure Technologies Services - for the purpose of receiving and processing PAN applications.

b) It is also necessary that you have given your email ID and/or a mobile number in your original PAN application in order to receive the OTP, enabling this process.

  • Process to request a reprint

Step 1: Go to https://www.tin-nsdl.com/

Step 2: On the homepage, click on 'Reprint of PAN Card'. If you cannot find the link on the homepage, click on 'Services' and select 'PAN' option. A new webpage will open on your computer screen. Scroll down below to find the option 'Reprint of PAN Card'.
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Step 3: A new webpage will open on your computer screen. Enter your PAN, Aadhaar number and date of birth. Select the tick box for allowing the use of Aadhaar data for the purpose of reprinting your PAN card.
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Step 4: Enter the captcha code and click on submit.

Step 5: Your masked personal details will be shown on your computer screen.
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Step 6: Select the option where you want to receive the one-time password (OTP), i.e., on email, mobile or both. The email ID or/and mobile number are those that were provided by you in your original PAN application to the income tax department.

Select the tick box to confirm that your PAN card will be printed as per the details available with the income tax department.

Step 7: Click on Generate OTP. An OTP will be sent on the registered mobile number or email ID or both as selected by you. The OTP received by you is valid for 10 minutes.
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Step 8: Enter the OTP on the desired box and click on submit.

Step 9: Once the OTP is validated. You will be asked to make the payment. Click on 'Pay Confirm' to make the payment. You will be redirected to the payment gateway.

Step 10: Make the payment. The applicant needs to make a fee of Rs 50 (inclusive of taxes). In case reprinted PAN card is to be delivered to a foreign address, then individual has to make a payment of Rs 959 (inclusive of taxes).

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Step 11: Once the payment is successful, your transaction details will be reflected on the computer screen. Click on continue to generate and print payment receipt.
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An SMS will be sent on your registered mobile number with your acknowledgement number. The SMS will also provide you the link to download your e-PAN.

  • Things to remember

1. This facility can be used by the applicant to whom PAN has been allotted but requires a new PAN card. A new PAN card bearing the same details will be issued to the individual.

2. Individual can use this facility only if there is no change in the data such as name, address etc. Remember you cannot update your details in the PAN using this facility.

3. PAN card will be dispatched to the communication address as per the latest details available with the income tax department.

Also Read

New PAN card rules that came into effect from December 5

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How to apply for PAN card

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