Company Registration

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A company registration can be obtained online via the Ministry of Corporate Affairs websites. One of the many important components of running a business is determining the legal status of the business entity and obtaining necessary registration.

Pricing Plans

Startup Plan


Proposed Capital upto Rs. 5 Lakh

2 Directors

2 DIN Numbers

MOA / AOA / COI / PAN / TAN Included

2 Digital Signatures

Separate Name Approval

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3 Directors

3 DIN Numbers

MOA / AOA / COI / PAN / TAN Included

3 Digital Signatures

Separate Name Approval

Certificate of Commencement

MSME Registration

Documents Required for
Online Company Registration

As a proof of Identity & Address of directors

  • Scanned copy of PAN card / Passport (foreign nationals & NRIs)
  • Scanned Copy of Aadhar card / Residence Card (foreign nationals & NRIs)
  • Scanned copy of Passport / Driver’s License / Election ID / Ration Card
  • Scanned copy of Bank Statement (Latest two months) / Electricity Bill / Phone Bill
  • Scanned Passport-sized photograph

Registered Office Proof

  • Scanned copy of Bank Statement (Latest two months) / Telephone or Mobile Bill / Electricity or Gas Bill
  • Scanned copy of notarised rental agreement in English
  • Scanned copy of NOC from the property owner (In case of rented property)
  • Scanned copy of sale deed/property deed in English (In case of owner property)

Company Registration Process

Step1 : Run Name Approval

To reserve the company name, an application for company name is first submitted to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. A maximum of two names can be submitted at one time.

Step 2 : Digital Signature of Directors

All signatures for filings with the MCA must be completed using a digital signature provided by an Indian Certification Authority. As a result, digital signatures are necessary for Directors prior to incorporation.

Step 3 : Incorporation Application Submission

Once the digital signatures have been obtained, the incorporation application in SPICe Form can be filed with MCA, along with all essential attachments. The company’s Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Article of Association (AOA) are filed alongside the incorporation application. If the MCA finds the incorporation application to be complete and acceptable, the Incorporation Certificate and PAN will be issued.

Types of Company Under
Companies Act, 2013

One Person Company

OPC enables a sole proprietor to carry their work and still be part of the corporate background. The member can also be the director of the company.

Private Limited Company

A Private Limited Company (PLC) is one of the most common types of legal entity in India . A minimum of two members are required to establish a private limited company. The members cannot transfer their share, and it is suitable for businesses that prefer to register as private entities.

Public Limited Company

Under a Public Limited Company, general public can also holds the shares. There is no maximum shareholders for a public limited company, but there needs to be a minimum of seven members to establish a public company. The company should have atleast two and maximum of fifteen directors.

Section 8 Company (NGO)

Section 8 of the Act allows an association of persons or individuals to form a business for charitable purposes. These corporations are formed to promote trade, science, art, education, sports, research, religion, social welfare, charity, environmental protection, or other similar objectives.

Why Private Limited Company?

Forming a private limited company is the most effective way to incorporating small and medium businesses. A private limited company can be created by minimum 2 directors who can also be the shareholders, and a minimum paid -up capital of 10,000. Although the registered office must be in India, the registered office might be a residential house.

Benefits of Company Registration
In India

Separate Legal Entity

A duty registered company is considered an artificial person with a separate legal entity that distinct and separate from its members. A company can possess assets, incur debt, sue, and be sued in its own name.

Limited Liability of Members

The liability of the company’s members is limited to the face value of the company’s shares that they own. This means that if the company is in debt, the member’s liability to repay that debt is limited to the value of the share they own and does not extent to their personal assets.

Prepetual Existence

Knowing that a corporation has a distinct legal character that is different from its members, it can remain in prepetuity even after the members quit the company. Once incorporated, a business shall continue to exist until it is windup, regardless of the death, insanity, insolvency, or retirement of the firm’s founding member, directors, or shareholders.

Greater Market Credibility

A company that has been legally incorporated in accordance with MCA Regulations has greater market credibility since it ensure that the entity has followed and will be compelled to follow specified compliances, making it more trustworthy than other entities.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What documentation is issued when the company obtains MCA approval?

The company obtains a certificate of incorporation, which includes its CIN number as well as the PAN and TAN assigned by the income tax department. We can use the NSDL portal to apply for digital or physical PAN and TAN.

What is meant by SPICe?
SPICe is an abbreviation for Simplified Proforma for Incorporating a Company Electronically and as the name suggests it is an application form for incorporating/registering a company with MCA
What are the common Spice + forms that should be submitted for private limited company incorporation?
Is it mandatory for every company to follow the SPICe+ process for incorporation of a company?
Yes. Every company incorporated with effect from 23rd February 2020 is required to make an application for reservation of name and incorporation through the web service SPICe+.
What is MOA and AOA?
Memorandum of Association (MOA) is the charter document of a company. A company is created by registering a memorandum. MOA contains the name of a company, the state in which the registered office of the company is located, objectives, and its authorized capital. The MOA has to be executed by the initial promoters of the company. Articles of Association (AOA) are the bylaws of a company and can be filed along with the incorporation document. AOA contains rules and regulations for the management of a company’s internal affairs and conduct of its business. It defines the relationship of a company between its members and directors and the relationship between members and directors.
What is Corporate Identification Number (CIN)?
CIN is the number allotted to a company registered in India by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. CIN is a 21-digit number that contains the information such as Status (listed / unlisted), NIC code of business activity, State of registration, Year of registration, Private or Public and the Registration Number in the respective state.
What is Registered Office?
A company’s registered office is its official communication address or its principal location of business. All formal communications from the company will be sent to the Registered Office address. Your registered office does not have to be a commercial establishment; it can even be your residence.

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