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Old 03-27-2015
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Default URGENT- Is PAN card a Valid Id proof in India

Hello guys... i ve my exam in couple of days... is PAN card a valid id proof..?
It has my signature and Photo
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Yup it is.

But to be 100% sure, just call up the prometric center and confirm once.
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I called up prometric ... and guys... they said PAN card, Driving license and Passport are VALID... provided your photo and signature is clearly visible :-)
This might be helpful for many others who may face a similar issue
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what need a pan card in this process so In the event that you don't have PAN No. of any individual, you can confirm PAN by Name of the pan card holder. Simply fill (least ) Last Name/Surname and Date of Birth of that individual to confirm visit here- //knowyourpan.net/
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Yes it is. PAN card is valid ID proof.
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