We are providing our services for your company registration. The Company registration in India is regulated by the Companies Act, 1956 and is administered by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs through the Offices of Registrar of Companies (ROC).
1.MINIMUM SIX COMPANY NAME REQUIRED
2. COPY OF PAN CARD AND RESIDENCE PROOF OF ALL MEMBER
3. THREE-FIVE PHOTOGHRAPHS OF ALL MEMBERS
4. RENT AGREEMENT WITH ELECTRICITY BILL
MINIMUM TWO MEMBERS REQUIRED (IN CASE OF PVT LTD.)
MINIMUM SEVEN PERSON REQUIRED ( IN CASE OF LTD)
Do you want to start an Indian Company?
To register a company, you need to first apply for a Director Identification Number (DIN) which can be done by filing eForm for acquiring the DIN. You would then need to acquire your Digital Certificate and register the same on the portal. Thereafter, you need to get the company name approved by the Ministry. Once the company name is approved , you can register the company by filing the incorporation form depending on the type of company
Step 1 : Application For DIN
The concept of a Director Identification Number (DIN) has been introduced for the first time with the insertion of Sections 266A to 266G of Companies (Amendment) Act, 2006. As such, all the existing and intending Directors have to obtain DIN within the prescribed time-frame as notified.
You need to file eForm DIN-1 in order to obtain DIN.
Step 2 : Acquire/ Register DSC
The Information Technology Act, 2000 provides for use of Digital Signatures on the documents submitted in electronic form in order to ensure the security and authenticity of the documents filed electronically. This is the only secure and authentic way that a document can be submitted electronically. As such, all filings done by the companies under MCA21 e-Governance programme are required to be filed with the use of Digital Signatures by the person authorised to sign the documents.
Acquire DSC -
Register DSC -Role check for Indian companies is to be implemented in the MCA application. Role check can be performed only after the signatories have registered their Digital signature certificates (DSC) with MCA.
Step 3 : New User Registration
To file an eForm or to avail any paid service on MCA portal, you are first required to register yourself as a user in the relevant user category, such as registered and business user.
Step 4 : Incorporate a Company
Apply for the name of the company to be registered by filing Form1A for the same. After that depending upon the proposed company type file required incorporation forms listed below.
• Form 1 : Application or declaration for incorporation of a company
• INC 22 : Notice of situation or change of situation of registered office
• DIR 12 : Particulars of appointment of managing director, directors, manager and secretary and the changes among them or consent of candidate to act as a managing director or director or manager or secretary of a company and/ or undertaking to take and pay for qualification shares.
1.What is Director Identification Number (DIN)?
It is an unique Identification Number allotted to an individual who is an existing director of a company or intends to be appointed as director of a company pursuant to section 266A & 266B of the Companies Act, 1956 (as amended vide Act No 23 of 2006).
2. Who can file an application for allotment of DIN ?
Any individual who is an existing director of a company or intends to be appointed as director of any company.
1. Identity proof of Applicant- PAN is mandatory for Indian Residents and Passport is mandatory
for foreign nationals.
2. Address Proof of Applicant- Voter Id card/ Aadhar card/ Driving License/ Bank Statement/ Mobile Bill( Bank Statement/ mobile Bill, any one of them is compulsory) not older than two months.
3. Proof of office Address- Electricity bill/ Water Bill/Gas Connection
4. NOC from the previous owner/ Rent Agreement of the premises
5. Copy of Utilities Bill of the Proposed Premises (not older than two months).
6. Photographs of the Applicant- 5 photographs
1) DSC and DIN of the proposed Applicants.
2) Desired six names of proposed new company.
2) Authorized and Paid up capital of the proposed company.
3) Main objects of the proposed company.
4) Address of the registered office with pin code.
5) Email id and contact details of the proposed directors and company for MCA Acknowledgements.
6) NOC from the sole proprietor/ partners/other associates/ existing company
7) Details of Directors (Names, DIN No. s and their directorship in other companies)
8) Details of shareholders of proposed new company.
Private Limited Company has 'perpetual succession', meaning uninterrupted existence it continue indefinitely, until dissolved by either the corporation itself or the state. A company being a separate legal person, is unaffected by the death or other departure of any member and continues to be in existence irrespective of the changes in ownership.
Private Limited Company is a legal entity and a juristic person established under the Companies Act. Hence, a company has a range of legal capacities and the members (Shareholders/Directors) of a company have no personal liability to the creditors of a company for company's debts. If a business is a separate legal entity, it means it has some of the same rights in law as a person. It is, for example, able to enter contracts, sue and be sued, and own property. Sole traders and partnerships are not separate legal entities from the owners.
One of the primary advantages is that its owners, called members, have "limited liability," meaning that, under most circumstances, they are not personally liable for the debts and liabilities of the Company. Unlike partnership and proprietorship, in a limited liability Company the liability of the members in respect of the company’s debt is limited.
Ownership of a business can be easily transferred in a company by transferring shares. The signing, filing and transfer of share transfer form and a share certificate is sufficient to transfer ownership of a company. In a private limited company, the consent of other shareholders may be required to effect share transfers.
A company enjoys better avenues for borrowing of funds. Companies can also issue equity shares, preference shares, debentures and accept deposits with RBI permission. Banks and Financial Institutions prefer to provide funding to a company rather than partnership firms or proprietary concerns.
To sue means to institute legal proceeding against or bring a suit in a court of law. Just as one person can bring a legal action in his/her own name against another in that person’s name, a company being a independent legal entity can sue and can be sued in its own name.