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How To Register a Company in India!

Now registering a Private Limited Company is easy and affordable process with setindiabiz, at the most competitive fee. In all our packages you get DSC For Two Directors, Allotment of DIN, The Name Availability Search and main Object Drafting. Our team of company secretaries and para-legal staff do end to end process including filing of Spice Plus form with the ROC and do the followup with the ROC until the issue of Registration Certificate.

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Meaning of Private Limited Company

A Private Limited Company is incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013, as a privately owned business entity. The liabilities of the shareholders of such companies are limited to the unpaid share of their capital contribution to the company. Besides, such companies can not sell their shares to the general public on platforms like stock exchange markets. Being a preferred choice for most startup businesses in India, Private Limited Companies must be set up with utmost carefulness, only after deciding on the following issues.

Key Decisions to be made before setting up a Private Limited Company

Checklist for Company Registration
Registering a Private Limited Company in India is a mandatory requirement under the Companies Act, 2013. The law prescribes certain minimum conditions that a company must fulfil, before the beginning of its registration process. It is only after fulfilling all these conditions that a company becomes eligible for getting registered as a Private Limited Company in India.

Checklist to register a private limited company in India

A Minimum of 2 Shareholders

At least 2 directors

At least 1 director who is a resident Indian

A registered address of the company

A unique and valid name

Invest a certain amount of capital.

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7 Steps To Incorporate a Private Limited Company in India.

We have made registering a private limited company an easy process for young and spirited startups and entrepreneurs. The process to register the company starts with your first call to us, Our startup advisors will help you to understand the detailed process to start a company. After placing the order, we will collect from you the documents of the promoters and the necessary information to register a private limited company in India. As you are already aware SETINDIABIZ offers Pan India Incorporation Service. Here are the seven steps to register your company.
STEP 1 – Documentation
Before applying for company registration, you must first arrange all the necessary documents so that the registration process can be carried out without any hindrances. The list of documents required are provided below.
STEP 2 – Select name of the company
The company’s name must be unique and communicative of the company’s brand and primary business activity. Besides, it should be in accordance with the statutory guidelines that determine the eligibility of the company name. A company name must not be identical with the name of an existing company, an applied / registered trademark, must not show patronage of the Government, and must not be undesirable in the opinion of the Central Government.
STEP 3 – Reserve the name of the company
To reserve the name of the company you can file an application to the Central Registration Center, either through the RUN application or PART A of the SPICe+ application. The Registrar shall inspect the proposed names and
STEP 4 – Filing of SPICe+ form
The SPICe+ form is divided into two parts. You can use the 1st part to reserve the name of your company. The 2nd part of the form contains the application for company registration along with 10 other related services. The entire form can be filled and submitted to the ROC along with the required documents mentioned above.
STEP 5 – Issue of Certificate of Incorporation
After the ROC has verified the authenticity of the details of the application, he shall register the company, and issue a certificate of incorporation to the company, as a proof of its registration. He shall also allot a CIN number as a unique identity of the registered company.
STEP 6 – Issue of PAN and TAN to the Company
Immediately after registration of the company, the Ministry of Finance issues a PAN and TAN in the name of the company to ensure its Income tax compliance.
STEP 7 – Filing of Form 20A

A company must commence its business operations within 6 months of its registration, and inform the ROC by filing form INC 20 A online.

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  • STEP 1 - Documentation

    Before applying for company registration, you must first arrange all the necessary documents so that the registration process can be carried out without any hindrances. The list of documents required are provided below.

  • STEP 2 - Select name of the company

    The company's name must be unique and communicative of the company’s brand and primary business activity. Besides, it should be in accordance with the statutory guidelines that determine the eligibility of the company name. A company name must not be identical with the name of an existing company, an applied / registered trademark, must not show patronage of the Government, and must not be undesirable in the opinion of the Central Government.

  • STEP 3 - Reserve the name of the company

    To reserve the name of the company you can file an application to the Central Registration Center, either through the RUN application or PART A of the SPICe+ application. The Registrar shall inspect the proposed names and approve it if he deems it eligible.

  • STEP 4 - Filing of SPICe+ form

    The SPICe+ form is divided into two parts. You can use the 1st part to reserve the name of your company. The 2nd part of the form contains the application for company registration along with 10 other related services. The entire form can be filled and submitted to the ROC along with the required documents mentioned above.

  • STEP 5 - Issue of Certificate of Incorporation

    After the ROC has verified the authenticity of the details of the application, he shall register the company, and issue a certificate of incorporation to the company, as a proof of its registration. He shall also allot a CIN number as a unique identity of the registered company.

  • STEP 6 - Issue of PAN and TAN to the Company

    Immediately after registration of the company, the Ministry of Finance issues a PAN and TAN in the name of the company to ensure its Income tax compliance.

  • STEP 7 - Filing of Form 20A

    A company must commence its business operations within 6 months of its registration, and inform the ROC by filing form INC 20 A online.

List of Documents Required To Incorporate Company

Documentation plays a vital role in the process of Registering a Company. Given below is the list of the documents required to register your company in India. Only after submitting the self-attested copies of all such documents, can your company successfully get registered with the Registrar of Companies.

Promoters Document
  1. Passport Size Colour Photograph
  2. Self attested Pan Card
  3. Self attested Aadhar Card
  4. Address Proof: (any one document)
    1. Telephone Bill
    2. Gas Bill,
    3. Electricity Bill
    4. Bank Statement
  5. Identity Proof: (any one document)
    1. Passport
    2. Voter ID
    3. Driving License
Docs of Registered Office
  1. Proof of Premises:
    1. Telephone
    2. Electricity
    3. Water Bill
  2. No Objection Certificate (NOC) From Owner
  3. Download NOC Format
Legal Drafts
  1. Questionnaire For Company Registration
  2. Consent of Directors in Form DIR-2
  3. Specimen Signature of Directors
  4. Signed Subscriber Sheet
Note: After the incorporation, the ROC issues a Certificate of Incorporation that contains the company’s address, similar to that is available on the proof submitted for the registered address. Please ensure that the address of the premises on the NOC matches with the address on the utility Bill.
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Frequently Asked Questions

The advantages of a private limited company include limited liability for owners, transferable shares, a perpetual succession of the company after the death or departure of the shareholders, separation between ownership and management, and legal and financial identity of the business separate from its owners.
To reserve the name of a private limited company, you can file the RUN application or PART-A of the SPICe+ application. In the RUN application, you shall receive a chance to propose two names in the application, with two subsequent chances of resubmission. However, if you choose to apply through PART-A of the SPICe+ application, you shall receive a chance of proposing two names in the application, with only one chance of resubmission. If the names proposed are validated by the Registrar, it shall be reserved as the name of your company. However, if the names proposed are invalidated, your application shall get rejected by the registrar, and you will have to file a fresh application, with new names proposed and a fresh application fee. Note that you are not required to submit any application fee for the resubmitted forms. The application fee for both RUN and PART-A are Rs.1000 respectively.
DSC or digital signature certificate is an encrypted digital form of signature that is needed to sign various online forms, including the form for company registration. It can be obtained by submitting an application to any of the Certifying Agencies, licensed by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for issuing DSCs. For this purpose, applicants can either submit an Aadhar KYC based or a PAN based application form.
The application fee prescribed for a DSC varies differently for different states of India. The fee also depends on the Class of DSC and the duration of validity for which the application has been filed. However, estimates suggest that the application cost usually ranges between Rs.1500 – Rs.13000 across all Indian states.
You can apply for a DSC either by using the Aadhar KYC-based application or a PAN-based application. For an Aadhar KYC-based application, you are not required to submit any additional documents, other than a passport-size coloured photograph, and a scanned copy of your physical signature. However, in a PAN-based application, you will have to submit the self-attested copy of your PAN card, along with your Proof of Identity (Aadhar/ Driving License/ Passport/ Voter ID), and the proof of registered address, not more than two months old (Telephone bill/ electricity bill, water bill, gas bill, bank statement).
A DIN is the Identification number allotted to the director of the company by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. A company cannot appoint an individual as its director if he does not possess a DIN. All first and current directors of the company must have a DIN before its registration, as their DINs are required to be filled in the SPICe+ application. Additionally, if the company is looking forward to appointing new directors who do not possess DINs, they can apply for it through PART B of the application. The application for DIN through PART B is limited to a maximum of 3 directors only.
SPICe+ is a web-based application which provides the end-to-end services of company registration, beginning from the reservation of the company’s name to the issuance of the Registration Certificate. Besides, it integrates 10 other services related to post-incorporation compliances, including PAN, TAN, EPF, ESI, PT, GST, Shops and Establishment Registrations, and opening a business bank account.

The following forms are linked with the SPICe+ application:

  • DIR 2– Director’s consent to act as the director of the company.
  • INC 9– Declaration of the first directors or promoters 
  • INC 14– Declaration of the certifying authority (Chartered or Cost Accountant/ Company Secretary/ High Court advocate practising independently)

AGILE PRO- Form for PAN and TAN application, ESI, EPF, GST, and Professional Tax registrations, and application for opening a business bank account

PART A of SPICe+ has a fixed application fee of Rs.1000. The application fee for PART B depends on the authorised capital of the company. If the authorised capital is Rs.15 lakhs and less, no application fee shall be charged. However, beyond Rs.15 lakhs, an application fee of Rs.500 shall be charged.
Any one director of the company can sign the SPICe+ application, on behalf of the company, using his Digital Signature Certificate.
A resident director is an individual who has resided in India more than 182 days in the immediately preceding calendar year. A Private Limited Company must have at least one resident director.
As conclusive proof that your company has been registered, the ROC issues a Certificate of Registration and allots a Corporate Identification number to your company. Additionally, the Ministry of Finance also issues PAN and TAN to the newly registered company in order to make it tax compliant.
MoA and AoA of the company are necessary supporting documents required to be submitted with the SPICe+ application for company registration. It is required to be drafted by the director/s and signed by all shareholders of the company. Additionally, the MoA must be drafted on a stamp paper and signed in the presence of a notary only.
If all the details filled in the application and all the documents attached with it are correct and authentic, the process shall take 1-2 weeks to complete.
A Private Limited Company must open a separate current bank account in the name of the company to carry out all its business transactions. A company must have a business account within 60 days from the date of issue of Certificate of Registration. In order to make the process easy and convenient, the application form to open a business bank account, namely AGILE PRO, is linked with PART B of the SPICe+ application itself. Businesses have the option to choose the bank where they wish to open their accounts, and provide necessary documents along with the AGILE PRO application.