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Steps involved in starting business in India

Registration Requirements:
|No: |Procedure |Time to complete: |Cost to complete: |
|1 |Obtain director identification number (DIN) online from |1 day |INR 100 |
| |the Ministry of Corporate Affairs portal (National) | | |
|2 |Obtain digital signature certificate online from private |3 days |INR 1,500 |
| |agency authorized by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs | | |
| |(National) | | |
|3 |Reserve the company name online with the Registrar of |2 days |INR 500 |
| |Companies (ROC) (National) | | |
|4 |Stamp the company documents at the State Treasury (State)|1 day |INR 1,300 (INR 200 for MOA + INR 1,000 for AOA for every |
| |or authorized bank (Private) | |INR 500,000 of share capital or part thereof + INR 100 for|
| | | |stamp paper for declaration Form 1) |
|5 |Get the Certificate of Incorporation from the Registrar |5 days |INR 14,133 (see comments)…...

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