Private Limited Company Registration – Startup Services

Original price was: ₹60,000.00.Current price is: ₹50,000.00.

Registering a private limited company in India involves several key steps. Choose a unique name and draft the Memorandum and Articles of Association. Appoint directors and define shareholder agreements. Provide a registered office address and obtain a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) and Director Identification Number (DIN). File for name approval, draft incorporation documents, and submit them to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Upon approval, receive a Certificate of Incorporation and a Permanent Account Number (PAN). Complete GST registration and open a company bank account. Comply with ongoing regulatory requirements to ensure the company’s legal standing and operational continuity.



Registering a private limited company is a pivotal step for entrepreneurs looking to establish a business with limited liability. This structure offers a separate legal identity from its owners and ensures their personal assets are safeguarded. The registration process typically involves several key steps:

  1. Name Reservation: Choosing a unique and appropriate name for the company, ensuring it complies with legal guidelines and is not already in use.
  2. Memorandum and Articles of Association: Drafting these documents, which outline the company’s objectives, rules, and internal regulations.
  3. Director Appointment: Selecting directors who will manage the company’s affairs and represent its interests.
  4. Shareholder Agreement: Defining the rights and responsibilities of shareholders, including the distribution of profits and decision-making processes.
  5. Registered Office Address: Providing a physical address where official correspondence and legal documents can be sent.
  6. Statutory Compliance: Fulfilling legal obligations such as obtaining a Tax Identification Number (TIN), registering for Goods and Services Tax (GST), and adhering to regulatory requirements.
  7. Company Registration: Submitting the necessary documents and forms to the appropriate government authority, along with the required fees, to officially register the company.
  8. Obtaining Certificates: Acquiring certificates of incorporation and commencement of business, confirming the company’s legal existence and authorization to operate.
  9. Bank Account Opening: Opening a business bank account to manage financial transactions and establish credibility with clients, suppliers, and investors.
  10. Post-Registration Compliance: Maintaining ongoing compliance with regulatory bodies, filing annual returns, and adhering to tax obligations to ensure the company’s legal standing and good standing in the eyes of the law.