Registrar of Companies (ROC) having jurisdiction for the purpose of registration of Companies under Section 609(2) of the Companies Act 1956.
Foreign investors can enter into the business in India either as a foreign
company in the form of a liaison office/representative office, a project
office and a branch office by registering themselves with Registrar of
Companies (ROC), New Delhi within 30 days of setting up a place of business
in India or as an Indian company in the form of a Joint Venture and wholly
owned subsidiary. For opening of the foreign company specific approval of
Reserve Bank of India is also required.
September 16, 2006 heralds the dawn of a new era for all those involved in
the process of statutory filings under the Companies Act, 1956. We cross the
digital divide on this day, with all future transactions being in the
electronic mode only. This is the opportunity to move seamlessly into a new
transparent, hassle-free, e-Governance environment, full of exciting
The Company is register with Ministry of Company Affairs and having
CERTIFIED FILING CENTRE under MCA 21 Project.
We provide all the services relating to MCA 21 Project.