I lost my PAN card and I want a new one with the old PAN number. How should I proceed?
There are adequate provisions in place to cover loss of PAN card, with an option to reprint a card provided by the government. So if you have lost your PAN card and aren’t sure as to what needs to be done next, here are a few simple steps which you need to follow to get a reprinted card.Log onto the official website of TIN-NSDL and navigate to the section on online application for PAN.Once here, choose the option “Reprint of PAN card.” This option can be chosen if your PAN Card was stolen, lost or misplaced.On clicking the aforementioned link, you will be directed to a different page, where you need to click on the “Online Application for changes/correction in PAN data” link.Clicking the aforementioned link will take you to a page which highlights the guidelines as to what needs to be done next. Post reading these guidelines one can choose the type of PAN they lost (individual, company, firm, HUF, etc.).They will now be required to fill up a lost pan card application form, providing details like their lost pan number, name, communication address, telephone number, email id, etc. Documents like photographs and ID proof need to be submitted along with the lost pan card application form, with an applicant expected to sign it before submission but if you have choosen Aaadhar based ekyc option there is no any physical document is required…The lost pan card application form can be submitted either online or posted to NSDL, along with necessary documents.Payment of approx Rs 110 (if the communication address is within the country) or Rs 989 (if the communication address is outside India) should be made, either though credit / debit card, net banking or demand draft.On successful payment an acknowledgment number will be generated which can be used for further correspondence.A duplicate PAN with the same pan card number will be delivered to the address in about two weeks.