Private Limited

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    Basic Package


    Registration Process

    Apply for DSC & DIN

    Check for Name

    File MOA & AOA

    Apply for PAN & TAN

    Submit Certificate

    Open Current Account

    FAQ (Frequently asked questions)

    The registrar of companies (RoC) across India expect applicants to follow a few naming guidelines. Some of them are subjective, which means that approval can depend on the opinion of the officer handling your application. However, the more closely you follow the rules listed below, the better your chances of approval. First, however, do ensure that your name is available.


    Yes, so long as the annual compliances are met, the private limited company will continue to exist. If you do not comply with the requirements, it will go dormant, until it is struck off from the register altogether.


    ROC is a Government office with whom companies get registered. Every State has one ROC office.

    You can use the IndiaFilings company name availability search tab to search for available names in India. It is important to note that IndiaFilings would just provide available choices, based on identical names already registered.
    The Board of Directors is required to appoint a practicing Chartered Accountant within 30 days of Incorporating a Private Limited Company.
    The Private Limited Companies that are registered in India have to file the ITR returns each year in Form ITR 6.

    Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique identification number required for a person to become a director of a company. DIN is issued by ROC office (Ministry of Corporate Affairs). It is similar to a PAN Card number.DIN is to be mentioned in documents while appointing a person as a director of a company.

    A digital signature is electronic signature, which is in the form of codes. It is used for signing the electronic forms, filed with ROC for incorporation of Company. Digital Signature cannot be used in physical documents.


    Capital means investment made by shareholders into the company. Authorised capital is an amount up to which company can issue shares. This capital is mentioned during incorporation of the company based on which ROC registration fees and stamp duty is paid. Paid up capital is an actual investment which goes from shareholders into company bank account, against which share certificate is issue by the company.