:: (n)Procure Portal Requirement : (1) Computer with Windows (with full Administrative rights, All upgrades and .Net Framework-2) (2) Internet Explorer version 7.0 and above (3) Legally valid class 3 Digital Signature Certificate. i.e. 2 Separate Certificates-Signing & Encryption under Indian Root CA chain.
:: Please refer 'Quick Links' Section for latest User Manuals.
:: The bidders are kindly requested to complete their bid submission activity well in advance as bidding time may increase due to security enhancement on (n)Procure web-site.
(n)Procure Troubleshooting.
- SHA2 Compatibility
- Framework - 2(x32)
- Framework - 2(x64)
GIDC - E- Tender notice No.13 of 2013-14 – Corrigendum:
GIDC - E- Tender notice No.13 of 2013-14 – Corrigendum
   
   
   
   
 

This FAQ section answers all your questions, whether they are related to the E-Tendering or on-line participation, its benefits, applications, registration or any technical question you may have. If this section doesn't answer your questions please feel free to contact on Toll Free Number: 1-800-233-7944 or Helpdesk on +91-079-26857316 / 17 / 18         Email: nprocure[at]ncode[dot]in

 

Basic Information about Digital Signature Certificate:

  • Transactions using Digital Certificate provide legality under the IT Act 2000. The Digital Certificate thus issued to you can be used for you throughout the year for any number of times anywhere for ANY online authentication and trust establishment purposes.
  • Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is an instrument for electronic transaction which proves vendor’s identity in virtual world i.e. on internet, Local Area Network or Wide Area Network.
  • DSC makes sure that all the transaction made through online system remains secure. It also maintains integrity of data submitted by vendor in online mechanism and it is legally supported by IT Act 2000 and is considered as good as physical signature by court of law.
  • Bidders who wish to participate in online tenders will have to procure / should have legally valid Digital Certificate as per Information Technology Act-2000 using which they can sign their electronic bids. Bidders can procure the same from any of the license certifying Authority of India or can contact (n)Code solutions- a division of GNFC Ltd, who are licensed Certifying Authority by Govt. of India.

(n)code Solutions-A division of GNFC Ltd.,
301, GNFC Infotower, S.G. Road,
Bodakdev, Ahmedabad – 380054 (Gujarat)
E-mail: nprocure@ncode.in
Toll Free Number: 1-800-233-7944
Phone: 079-26854511, 26854512, 26854513
Fax: 079-26857321

Process for purchase of Legally valid Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)– Class - IIIB :-

The Digital Certificate can be taken from (n)Code Solutions, a Certifying Authority licensed by the CCA, Government of India.

Steps:-
1. Download / obtain Application form for DSC from https://www.ncodesolutions.com/PDF/Enterprise-IIb-IIIb-IIIc.pdf and take a print of the form.
2. Submit required documents with duly filled form to the nearest Local Registration Authority of (n)Code
3. (n)Code sends you an e-mail for verification which you have to reply to
4. (n)Code will send authorization codes by mail / courier to you
5. Using these codes you can download the Digital Certificate
6. This Digital Certificate can be downloaded on you PC or on the e-Token

In case bidder needs any clarification or if training is required for obtaining a DCS, they can contact:
(n)Code Solutions (A Division of GNFC)
Board : 079- 2685 7316 / 17 / 18 Ext : 325
Fax : +91- 79 -2685 4514

In case bidder need any clarification or if training required for participating in online tender, they can contact (n)Procure Support team:-
(n)code Solutions-A division of GNFC Ltd.,
301, GNFC Infotower,
S.G. Road, Bodakdev,
Ahmedabad – 380054 (Gujarat)
Email: nprocure@ncode.in
Toll Free Number:
1-800-233-7944
Phone: 079-26854511, 26854512, 26854513

Fax: 079-26857321

Minimum Requirement for Online Tendering:-

1. Computer with Windows XP (with min. Service Pack 3) / Vista / 2003 / Win-7.0 (with full Administrative rights).
2. Internet Explorer version 7.0 or 8.0 only.
3. Legally valid class 3 Digital Signature Certificate. i.e. 2 Separate Certificates-Signing & Encryption under Indian Root CA chain.
4. High speed Internet Connection.

    Click here to download User Manual for editing bid           

    User Manual for E-Notice    Download           

    • Log-in as a vendor on www.nprocure.com
    • Select – “Tender InProcess”
    • Click on “Clarification” icon for a particular tender for which you want to answer an e-notice
    • Select the Subject & Compose Message
    • Finally Click on “Send Message”
    • Save the Final Confirmation
    • You may view your submitted clarification (eNotice) by going into: Tenders In process >> View my Bid for applicable tender.

This FAQ section answers all your questions, whether they are related to the Digital Certificates, their usage, applications, Certifying Authorities or any technical question you may have. If this section doesn't answer your questions please feel free to contact on Toll Free Number: 1-800-233-1010 or our Helpdesk on
Tel: +91-079-26857316/17/18

Email : mailto: support[at]ncodesolutions[dot]com

 
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       • Who can be a Certifying Authority (CA)?
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       • What is a Registration Authority (RA)?
       • What is a Local Registration Authority (LRA)?
       • Where can I locate the (n)Code Solutions LRA nearest to my place?
       • What are Certificate Policies (CP)?
       • What is a Certification Practice Statement (CPS)?
       • What is a Digital Signature?
       • Are Digital Signatures legally valid in India?
       • What is a Digital Certificate?
       • What is the relationship between public keys and Digital Certificates?
       • Is there any difference between Digital Certificate and Digital Signature
       • Why do I need a Digital Certificates?
       • Where can I use Digital Certificates?
       • How does a Digital Certificate work?
       • What are the different types/classes of Digital Certificates provided by (n)Code Solutions?
       • What is the validity period of the (n)Code Solutions' Digital Certificates?
       • How much do the different (n)Code Solutions' Digital Certificates cost?
       • What payment mechanisms does (n)Code Solutions accept?
       • Can some one else purchase and utilize a Digital Certificate for me or on my behalf?
       • How can I apply for a Digital Certificate?
       • What are the different steps in processing an application for a Digital Certificate?
       • Can I use an accent, circumflex or any other international character in my enrollment information?
       • Can I send my application request for Digital Certificate through mail?
       • Can I be sure that my confidential information will not be misused during enrollment for obtaining a Digital
         Certificate?
       • I have submitted my application for Digital Certificate, but now I have decided to cancel my request. Will I get a
         refund?
       • What is the reason for refusal of my request for a Digital Certificate?
       • What does "Relying Party" mean?
       • What is Subscriber Agreement?
       • What is Certificate Issuance?
       • Can a person have two Digital Certificates; say one for office and other for personal use?
       • What actually happens when I digitally sign any transaction?
       • What is the difference between signing and encrypting e-mail?
       • Can I send secure e-mail to someone who does not have a Digital Certificate?
       • How do I know if the e-mail I receive is signed or encrypted?
       • I have a new e-mail address. Can I update my Digital Certificate?
       • I want to attach my digital signature for my email account at yahoo.com, how can I?
       • Can I use one Digital Certificate for multiple email addresses?
       • I have downloaded Digital Certificate . Will it get automatically connected to "Outlook"?
       • I have taken Digital Certificate, but when my client opened my email in yahoo.com he was not able to verify my
         Digital Certificate but he got smime.p7m file with it, what is it?
       • How can one digitally sign email using Outlook Web Access service provided by Microsoft Exchange Server,
         when that person is in remote places?
       • My name has changed. Can I keep using the same Digital Certificate issued by (n)Code Solutions?
       • What is the scope of using digital signatures in the e-tendering system?
       • Can digital signature be employed in a wireless network?
       • I have purchased a Digital Certificate as individual. Can I use it for my website?
       • Is the information contained in my Digital Certificate automatically sent to the websites I visit?
       • Which Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) I have to select while downloading a Digital Certificate?
       • Why do I need to validate a Digital Certificate?
       • What are the various validation mechanisms available?
       • What is a CRL?
       • What is CRL Validation?
       • What is Certificate Revocation?
       • How do I revoke my current Digital Certificate, and how long does it take?
       • What is the procedure to initiate revocation request?
       • Can some one else revoke my certificate?
       • Whom should I inform if my private key is compromised? What charges do I have to pay for revocation of my
         Digital Certificate?
       • Where can I check whether the (n)Code Solutions Digital Certificate is revoked or not?
       • I did not renew the certificate within the expiry date, what should I do now?
       • How do I renew my certificate?
       • Why should I save a backup copy of my Digital Certificate?
       • Will unplugging my computer disrupt my Digital Certificate?
       • How do I protect my Digital Certificate/Private key?
       • What if some one copies my Digital Certificate?
       • What does my Private Key look like?
       • How is my Digital Certificate's private key protected?
       • I forgot my private key password. Can someone change it for me?
       • I accidentally deleted my Digital Certificate from my PC's hard disk drive. What should I do now?
       • My PC's hard disk drive crashed. Is there any way to recover my Digital Certificate?
       • My computer was stolen. What should I do to protect my Digital Certificate?
       • Can more than one person store their Digital Certificate on a computer?
       • How do I transfer my Digital Certificate to a new computer?
       • I deleted Microsoft Internet Explorer and installed the latest version. How do I reinstall my Digital Certificate?
       • I deleted Netscape Navigator and installed the latest version. How do I reinstall my Digital Certificate?
       • Can I use my Digital Certificate with more than one browser or e-mail application (for example, with Netscape
         Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer)?
       • I deleted my old Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator and installed the latest version. How do I
         reinstall my Digital Certificate?
       • [Master Password] is asked when I am proceeding in the certificate acquisition for Netscape. Is Challenge Code
         and Master Password the same?
       • I checked my Digital Certificate, and the following message appeared :" This certificate is not trusted.". What
         does this mean?
       • What is SSL (secure socket layer) and how does it work?
       • I want to utilize one web server (SSL) certificate for more than one website, can I?
       • What should users verify before trusting an SSL certified website?
       • What is PKI?
       • What is cryptography?
       • What is secret key cryptography?
       • What is Public Key Cryptography?
       • What is authentication?
       • What is encryption?
       • What is decryption?
       • What is non-repudiation?
       • What is Private Key?
       • What is Smart Card?
       • What is an e-token?
       • What is key agreement protocol?
       • What is a digital envelope?
       • What is a hash algorithm?
       • What is digital time stamping?
       • What are Public Key Cryptography Standards?
       • What is Cryptographic Service Provider?
       • What is a Distinguished Name (DNs)?
       • What is SSL (secure socket layer)?
       • What is MIME?
       • What is S/MIME?
       • What do X.509 and X.500 mean?
       • What is Certificate Validation Mechanism?
       • What is Certificate Validation?
       • What is OCSP Validation?
       • What is CAM?
 
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