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Company Registration Procedure in India delhi

Company Registration in delhi india

Applicable Law
The Indian Companies Act, 1956

The Companies Act of 1956 sets down rules for the establishment of both public and private companies.

Allotment of Director Identification Number (DIN):

Application in Form DIN -1 shall be made online and provisional DIN number of the person intending to become director of the Company shall be generated.

Acquiring Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
Digital Signature Certificate is acquired by submitted the application alongwith prescribed fee to one of its various vendors like TCS, Satyam etc. On submission of documents, DSC is allotted in 1-2 days.

Name Approval of the company
An application in Form No. 1A needs to be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) online through Digital Signature of one of the proposed director. On submitting the application, the ROC scrutinizes the same and sends the approval / objections in about 3-4 days to the applicant through e-mail.

Procedure after name approval of the company
An application for registration should be submitted to the Registrar of Companies with the following documents:

  • Memorandum of Association;
  • Articles of Association;
  • A declaration in Form 1 by a person named in the articles of the proposed company as a director, manager, or secretary of the company, or by an advocate of the Supreme Court or High Court, or by an attorney entitled to appear before the High Court, or by a Chartered Accountant practicing in India stating that all the requirements of the Companies Act, 1956 and the applicable rules with respect to the registration and other matters have been complied with;
  • A list of persons who have consented to act as directors of the company.
  • Consent of every person prepared to act as a director.
  • Information about directors, managing directors, managers and secretary must be submitted in a prescribed Form 32.
  • Information about the registered office in prescribed Form 18
  • Power of attorney in favour of one of the promoters or any other person, authorizing him/her to make corrections in the documents submitted to the Registrar of Companies,
  • Applicable registration fee payable to the Registrar of Companies.


  • Select, in order of preference, a few suitable names, not less than four, indicative of the main objects of the company. Ensure that the name does not resemble the name of any other company already registered and also does not violate the provisions of Emblems and names (prevention of improper use) Act, 1950
  • Apply to the concerned ROC to ascertain the availability of name in e-Form1 A of General Rules and Forms along with a fee of Rs. 1000/-. If proposed name is not available apply for a fresh name on the same application the digital signature of the applicant proposing the company has to be attached in the form.
  • After the name approval the applicant can apply for registration of the new company by filing the required forms (e-Forms 1, 18,32 ) within six months of name approval.
  • Arrange for the drafting of the Memorandum and Articles of Association by the solicitors, vetting of the same by ROC and printing of the same. 
  • Arrange for stamping of the Memorandum and Articles with the appropriate stamp duty.
  • Get the Memorandum and Articles signed by atleast two subscribers in his own hand, his father's name, occupation, address and the number of shares subscribed for and witnessed by atleast one person.
  • Ensure that the Memorandum and Article is dated on a date after the date of stamping.
  • Pay the prescribed registration fee and filing fee.
  • The following documents are required to be filed with the Registrar of Companies:
  • Memorandum of Association (duly stamped) and a duplicate thereof.
  • Articles of Association (duly stamped) and a duplicate thereof.
  • The agreement, if any, which the company proposes to enter into with any individual for appointment as its managing or whole time director or manager.
  • A copy of the agreement, if any, referred to in the articles.
  • A power of attorney, if any (with prescribed stamps).
  • A copy of the letter of the Registrar of Companies intimating the availability of the proper name.
  • e-Form No. 1 (with prescribed stamps) for incorporation of a Company.
  • e-Form No. 18, if desired for change of situation of registered office.

  • e-Form No. 32 and e-Form 32 Addendum, if desired for Particulars of appointment of managing director, directors, manager and secretary and the changes among them or consent of candidate to act as a managing director or director or manager or secretary of a company and / or undertaking to take and pay for qualification shares
  • Document evidencing payment of prescribed registration and filing fee.
  • The promoters, as being the subscribers to the Memorandum and Articles should be the same person whose names are appearing in the original application for availability of name (e-Form 1A). If the names have changed, ROC will not register the company until and unless, the name is got re-validated with the new subscribers as applicants, by paying another fee of Rs 1000.
  • Obtain Certificate of Incorporation from ROC. If the registrar is satisfied that all the requirements have been complied with by the companies, it will register the company and issue a Certificate of Incorporation of the company. The date mentioned in the certificate is the date of incorporation of the company.
  • Under Section 149(7) of the Companies Act, a private company can commence business right from the date of its incorporation.
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