Step 1: Acquire Digital Signature (DSC)
The Private Limited company registration procedure is completely online and hence it requires digital signature to incorporate a private limited company. It is mandatory for subscribers and directors to have a valid DSC (Class II or III). You can get a DSC from us in just one day. It is already included in our package. If directors already have DSC this step can be skipped.
Step 2: Apply for DIN (Director Identification Number)
Anyone who wants to be a director in a company has to apply for DIN if he doesn’t have one already. One DIN can be used to become a director in any number of companies. It can be obtained either by filing DIR-3 or directly through SPICe at the time of incorporation.
Step 3: Apply for Name Approval
Names can be submitted for approval through the Name Approval form or together with SPICe (INC-32) at the time of incorporation. If Name is not approved in first chance then you can file for a resubmission or file the SPICe form again. This whole process takes 2-3 days. Please note that DSC and DIN shall not be required for filling of the Name Approval form for reservation of name. Only MCA Account is mandatory.
Step 4: Form SPICe (INC-32)
Complete the application in INC-32 after getting it digitally attested from a Chartered Account or a Company Secretary or an Advocate in practice.
Step 5: e-MoA(INC-33) and e-AoA (INC-34)
Before the introduction of SPICe, these forms were required to file physically but now they can be filed online at the MCA portal along with SPICe ( INC-32). These forms must be digitally signed by subscribers to MOA and AOA. If all the details are duly filled and all the requisite documents are attached the registrar will issue a certificate of Incorporation and CIN (Corporate Identity Number) will be allotted to the company.
Step 6: PAN and TAN Application
OOnce you receive the certificate of Incorporation apply for PAN and TAN as they would be required for opening a bank account. You can also apply for the same along with INC-32 at the time of incorporation.