February 25, 2024

Get your company registered online

There are many advantages to registering your private limited company, LLP (limited liability partnership), public limited company, startup, NGO/Section 8 company or OPC (one-person company) in India. The company is registered with the Registrar of Companies at the office where it is located.

Some companies offer company registration services and you just have to fill out and submit an online form to begin the process. The experts from the companies will get in touch with you to start the process. They will prepare all the documents and get your company an Incorporation certificate within 15 – 30 days.

Services offered by the companies

The services offered for registering different types of companies are:

Private limited company

The company will help you get DIN for 2 directors, a Memorandum of Association (MAO) and Articles of Association (AOA), a company PAN card, DSC for 2 promoters and 1 witness, company TAN/TDS, company name approval, customised incorporated master file, PF and ESIC, professional tax and Incorporation certificate. You can also get bank account opening document support and domain name, web hosting and email IDs for 1 year. You can get your Incorporation certificate within 15 days.

Limited liability partnership

For LLPs, the company offers services like DIN for 2 partners, DSC for 1 partner, LLP agreement, master file of all the docs filed for incorporation, LLP PAN card, LLP TAN/TDS, dedicated service manager and Incorporation certificate. You can get bank account opening document support and domain name, web hosting and email IDs for 1 year. You can get your LLP registered within 15 days.

Public limited company

For public limited companies, the services offered are DIN for 2 directors, DSC for 1 director, company name, MOA and AOA, customised incorporation master file, company PAN card, company TAN/TDS, new incorporation kit and Incorporation certificate. You can get support for opening a bank account and domain name, web hosting and email IDs for 1 year. You can get your company registered within 30 days.

Startup

For startups, the services offered are DIN for 2 directors, digital signature token for 2 promoters and 1 witness, company name approval, MOA and AOA, PF and ESIC, professional tax, company PAN card, Incorporation certificate and customised incorporation master file. You can get bank account opening document support, domain name, web hosting, and email IDs for 1 year.

One-person company

For OPC the companies offer services like DIN for 1 director, MOA and AOA, digital signature tokens for 2 promoters and 1 witness, company PAN card, company TAN/TDS, PF and ESIC, professional tax, customised incorporation master file and Incorporation certificate. You can get bank account opening document support, domain name, web hosting and email IDs for 1 year. You can get your company registered within 15 days.

NGO/Section 8 company

The services offered are DIN for 2 directors, MOA and AOA, company PAN card, company TAN/TDS number, company name approval, new incorporation kit, digital signature for 1 director, company incorporation master file and Incorporation certificate. You can get bank account opening document support, domain name, web hosting and email IDs for 1 year. You can get your company registered within 30 days.

Highlights of Companies Act 2013

The Companies Act was amended in 2013 and introduced significant changes. It has added new provisions for governance, e-management, compliance and enforcement and more.

The new act has introduced a new type of company called the one-person company (OPC). An OPC allows only one person as its member.
The act has introduced a change in the definition of private limited companies and has increased the limit of the number of members from 50 to 200.
A small company is defined as a company other than a public company. The paid-up share capital for a small company should not exceed INR 50 lakh and if a higher amount is prescribed then it should not exceed INR 5 crore. The turnover of the small company should not be more than 2 crores and if a higher amount is prescribed then it should not exceed INR 20 crore.

As per the act, this will apply to a holding company or a subsidiary company, a company registered under Section 8 and a company or body corporate governed by the new act.

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