1. Document Requirements:
Every Director must have PAN Card (if digital Signature is to be obtained for in the name of the said Director) issued by the Income Tax department as an Identity proof and one address proof in his/her name. Two passport size photographs of each Director are required. Clear Scanned copies of proofs and photos are preferred.
2. Name Availability Search:
It is advisable to conduct a Name Search for the proposed name of the Company to make sure that there is no identical or similar LLP/Company already registered in India or for which an application for registration has been submitted.
3. Payment of Fees (Part Payment):
Part payment is taken to initiate the Company Incorporation process. We provide you following payment options: 1. Cash, 2. Cheque and 3. Online Transfer. (Payment Gateway facility is under process)
4. (RUN) Name Application:
After approval of all the DIN, we shall draft the Main Object of the Company for the approval of the Promoters. On the approval of the Promoters, our team will forward Company name application with the Registrar of Companies.
5. Payment of Fees (Final Payment):
After the approval of the name, the remaining payment is taken.
6. Application of DIN & Digital Signature:
We shall prepare and send all the required documents for signature of the Promoters at one go.
7. Filing of Incorporation documents:
Our Team will prepare all the relevant documents along with eForms, Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) required for the company incorporation and will file the same with the authorities.
8. Final Process: After completion of the process:
we provide you a file containing all documentation made for Company formation along with DIN papers and Digital Signatures.
9. Long-Term Relationship:
We look forward to a very long-term relationship with all our Clients. We provide all kinds of recurring compliance services required by the Company in the form of Annual Return filing and various Event Based Compliance.
Easy Steps to Check Company Registration Status on MCA.
Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) is a government portal containing details of all the companies incorporated in India.
Stakeholders are requested to ensure that the proposed name selected does not contain any word as prohibited in Section 4(2) & (3) of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Rule 8 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014.
Stakeholders are also requested to read and understand Rule 8 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014 in respect of any proposed name before applying for the same.
Step 1: Go to the MCA website. www.mca.gov.in [Check Private Limited Company Name – Private Limited Company search]
Step 2: Scroll mouse on MCA Services Tab and click on “View Company Master Data“
Step 3: Click on the Search button
Step 4: Put the name of the Company / LLP Name, which you want to find.
Step 5: Now you find a list of Company / LLP Name, Click on the desired company which you want to show.
Step 6: Click on the submit button.
Step 7: Now you find the Master data of the Company / LLP Name.
Step by step process : [Check Private Limited Company Name – Private Limited Company search]
1. To access Master Company/LLP Data click “View Company/LLP Master Data” link; to view Index of Charges, click ‘View Index of Charges’; and to access signatory details, click on ‘View Signatory Details’ on the left-hand side of this page.
2. Enter the Company/LLP Name or CIN/LLPIN of the Company/LLP.
3. Click the Submit button in case CIN is entered.
4. In case CIN/LLPIN is not available Press the “Search” button after entering the first few characters in Company/LLP Name field.
5. List of companies/LLPs would appear. Select your company/LLP by clicking the ‘Select’ button.
6. CIN/LLPIN of the Company/LLP with Company/LLP Name shall be displayed on the screen.
7. Click the Submit button once CIN/LLPIN is displayed.
8. System shall display the required data.
9. To take a printout of the same, click on ‘Print’ button given on the page.
10. On clicking the same, the required data shall be displayed in a tabular form. Take the print out of the same.
As India enters the era of robots and artificial intelligence, most companies plan to automate jobs to compete on cost. But will replacing humans with machines really turn India into a global economic powerhouse? A new report suggests that a more effective strategy could be to train its workers for the future, giving them the skills they need to work with sophisticated machines, data and algorithms. For businesses facing increasingly complex production processes and a tough global marketplace, cheap labour is no longer the main factor. Instead, the most successful employers are looking for talent and skills in new hires, using technology to enhance rather than automate existing jobs.
The current global economy is caught in a major paradox. We live in a world where systems using artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and automation are matching or exceeding human performance in more and more domains.
In the light of these facts, the NITI Aayog’s latest move to shift the policy focus on AI to stimulate social and inclusive growth is a positive step. Such applications of digital technology can unleash higher levels of productivity gains and push the envelope on the delivery of public goods on a national scale. The real litmus test will be the execution of the policy, but for now it can be said that India has entered the AI playground at the perfect time.
Now human development, enabled by technology advances that are commensurate with those of the first, second and third industrial revolutions, and which are merging the physical, digital, and biological worlds in ways that create both promise and peril.
- Digital Communications
- Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
- Space Technologies
- Information Technology
- 3D Printing
- Future of Production
- Internet of Things
- Virtual and Augmented Reality
- Advanced Materials
“With the world’s largest youth population and more than half of its population of working age, skills development will be critical to sustaining inclusive growth and development in India,” said Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship of India.
Source World Economic Forum.