If you are searching for how to apply for a personal pan card online in Nepal, then it will be the right place for you. The Government of Nepal has taken the policy of making personal PAN cards mandatory from the fiscal year 2019/2020. And to this day, many people seem to have taken these cards. This card is mandatory for government or private employees.
What is a PAN card?
PAN stands for Permanent Account Number. This is a process by which all taxpayers are expected to come under the purview of revenue.
This process may have been made mandatory to bring the wasted revenue to the state treasury. The Inland Revenue Department, Nepal regulates PAN card.
How to apply for a personal pan card online in Nepal-10 steps
In this blog, you can see the whole process of PAN card registration.
1. Visit https://ird.gov.np of the Inland Revenue Department of Nepal.
2. Double click on Registration (PAN, VAT, EXCISE) under online E-services on the left top side of the portal.
3. Then click on Application for Registration.
4. Keep username, password, contact no. and Email id. And choose IRO office from the down arrow button (Choose the office that suits you best) and click on OK.
5. You will get the submission number. You have to note and save it. And also save your username and password.
6. Then fill in all the details. Columns with a red star are mandatory and without it, you may skip.
7. While filling out the form, you need to provide detail some in English and some in Nepali. If you have any problem while typing Nepali, you can get help from Google Translate.
8. After uploading a photo, citizenship, or id card and details, check once before submitting the form.
9. If everything ok, then click submit. Then type OTP (one-time password which is sent to your registered mobile and email) .
10. Finally Print 2 pages of documents provided by IRD website and visit the ILO office to get your pan card. Don’t forget to take citizenship with you while visiting the office.
The above process is a simple method to apply for a pan card online in Nepal. And getting a PAN card is also the duty of a responsible citizen.