What is Company Registration Process?

The Private Limited Company registration process is an online process under the initiative of the Ministry of corporate affairs. Planning to start a company the Private limited company is strongly recommended for startups due to ease of operations and access to a venture fund. Enterslice lends a hand to start-ups across India and provides premium advisory services for Startup Company registration, Corporate Income Tax, Preparing Business Plan, Investor Deck, Registration under Startup India, and also in designing an investment-friendly corporate structure.

Know Simple 7 Steps to register a company in India

Step 1 – Select a Right Business structure2020-10-10T10:24:41+00:00
  • One Person Company Registration – In OPC Structure you will get almost all the benefits of Private Limited Company so it is advisable to start a Sole Ownership in case you are not willing to share ownership.
  • Private Limited Company Registration – Private Limited Company is a most popular business structure in India, Startup always runs towards the Pvt Ltd Company registration. PLC has separate existence than its Members and Directors. Venture Capital fund is easy in Pvt Ltd Company
  • Limited Liability Partnership Registration (LLP) – LLP is suitable for Consultants, Advisors, and Lawyers/Professionals. LLP registration is very pocket-friendly in terms of increasing the Capital, Annual returns and legal compliance etc.

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Step 2: Select a Brand name and Legal Name2020-10-10T10:30:01+00:00

After you finalize the business structure next step is to finalize a brand name and company legal name in Consultation with a CA/CS

Step 3: Hire A CA & CS2020-10-10T10:30:32+00:00

Prefer to hire a CA / CS who can work with you with long term vision as if you have a CA who understands your business well then you can grow well.

Step 4: Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)2020-10-10T10:30:53+00:00

All Proposed directors of the Private Limited Company should have a digital signature that will be used to file the online Company Registration application and in future, you can use same DSC for a signing of ROC compliance e-forms, and E-Income Tax returns

Step 6: Submission of Final Incorporation form along With MOA & AOA2020-10-10T10:33:56+00:00

After Name Approval, we need KYC, Photo and Address proof of Directors & Shareholders, Our Team will submit Spice e-form to MCA in 3 days you will get Certificate of registration along with PAN & TAN in Maximum 5 Working days.

Step 7: Bank Account & GST Registration2020-10-10T10:33:48+00:00

Open your bank Account and Launch Your Startup

10 Things to do After Private Limited Registration

  1. Call 1st Board Meeting for Appointment of Auditor.
  2. Open Bank Account.
  3. Trademark registration.
  4. GST Registration.
  5. MSME Registration.
  6. The issue of Share Certificate to the members.
  7. Finalize the founder’s agreement.
  8. Prepare Employment agreements.
  9. Draft Company policies and SOP.
  10. Launch your product / Services.

Know 6 Steps to Check Company Registration Status

India is among a very few countries where company data is easily available for public view. From the Public view, you can find Directors details, Balance sheet/Annual returns or Charge status. At below, we tried to explain to you to verify the company registration status as well compliance status of the company.

  • Visit www.mca.gov.in.

  • Click on MCA Services.

  • View company master Data.

  • Type Company name.

  • ROC will display Company details.

  • Check company registration & Compliance status.

Do I need to issue Share Certificates to my Co-founders after Company Registration?

Yes, you can issue share certificate to the co-founders after the company registration complying the followings

    • Share certificate to members/Co-founders must be issued within 60 days from the incorporation of a company.
    • In case transfer of shares to Non-Members Within the period of 30 days from the receipts of transfer letter.
    • Conduct a board meeting and form an allotment committee.
    • Need to prepare the register of members.
    • Printing of share certificate.
    • Intimation and dispatch of shares.