Private Company Registration

A private limited company can be registered online in less than two weeks through online registration process by us.

About Private Limited Company:

Private Limited Company is most preferred types of company in India due to very less compliance requirement compared to other types of company and is governed by the Companies Act, 2013.

Minimum requirements for registration of Private Limited Company in India :

  • 2 Shareholders – The Directors can be shareholders;
  • 2 Directors – 1 Person should be an Indian National and Indian Resident;
  • Registered Office in India

100% Foreign Direct Ownership (FDI) is permitted in most sectors in India and

No restriction on foreign shareholding of a private limited company.

Documents Required for Registration of Private Limited Company

The following documents of proposed directors are required as proof of identification in order to register a company:

Foreign Nationals: Passport is mandatory

Indian Nationals: PAN card mandatory

Address Proof :

Indian Nationals: 

Passport or Driver’s License or Election ID or Ration Card or Aadhar;

Foreign Nationals: 

Drivers License or Residence Card or Bank Statement;

Proof of residency: Last two months.

Foreign Nationals: 

Electricity Bill or Bank Statement or Phone Bill

Indian Nationals: 

Electricity Bill or Bank Statement / Phone Bill

If one of the company’s shareholders is a company based in India or abroad, the following documents must be submitted:

  • Board resolution authorizing investment in the company
  • Address proof of the company
  • Incorporation Certificate of the Company

Capital Required to Start a Company

No fixed amount and the shareholders of the company being incorporated can determine the capital they wish to contribute.

Capital Structure of company

Face Value of Share: The face value of a share is the price per share with which the company is incorporated. Normally, the face value of share is Rs. 1 or Rs. 10 or Rs. 100 or Rs. 1000 or Rs. 10,000.

Authorised Capital: Authorised capital is the total value of shares a company can issue to shareholders. Normally, all companies are incorporated with an authorized capital of Rs. 1 lakh or Rs. 10 lakhs. If a higher authorized capital is required, the company would be required to pay additional fees to the MCA

The authorised capital of a company can be increased at any time after incorporation.

Paid-up Capital: Paid-up capital of a company is the number of shares issued to shareholders for which they have paid or deposited money to the company. Paid-up capital of a company cannot be more than the authorized share capital of the company.

Company Registration Process

Steps for registering a private company:

Step 1: RUN Name Approval

An application for company name approval is first submitted to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to reserve the company name.

One or two names with business objectives can be submitted.

If a name approval is rejected, one or two more names can be resubmitted.

Normally, the MCA approves all name approval applications in less than 5-6 working days.

Step 2: Digital Signature for Directors

Digital signatures are mandatorily required for the Directors before incorporation.

Step 3: Incorporation Application Submission

Filing of application in SPICe Form to the MCA with all relevant attachments.

Filing of Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) of the company.

MCA issues Incorporation Certificate if everything is in order.