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We are providing the information & suggestions for the following (Free of Cost) :

ISO Certification
Digital Signature(DSC)
GST Registration
TAN Registration
Business Registration Number
Sole Proprietorship Registration
Partnership Firm Registration
NGO Registration
Shops & Establishment Act License
Patent Registration
Copyright Registration
Trademark Registration
MSME / SSI / Udyog Aadhaar Registration

ISO Certification

ISO is an independent international organisation that facilitates innovation and leads way to the development of trade. The objective of getting yourself ISO register is to advance the improvement of standardisation in technology. ISO has listed internationally recognised standards (e.g, 9001, 22000, 14000) to encourage worldwide exchange of goods. ISO registration or ISO certification improves the credibility of your business and helps you get more business. You might have seen ISO 9001 Quality mark on products from large companies. This can be attained through ISO certification.

Companies looking to obtain ISO certifications, ISO registration process or ISO certificates including ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, ISO 50001, ISO TS 16949 etc. certification in India can contact us.

Digital Signature(DSC)

Digital Signature (DSC) is a physical signature in an electronic format. Digital Signatures are used in India for online transactions such as Filing Annual Return, Company or LLP Incorporation, Income Tax E-Filing, E-Tenders, etc. There are 3 types of Digital Signatures, Class I, Class II and Class III Digital Signatures. Class I Digital Signature is used for securing email communications. Class II digital signature is utilized for company registrations, IT Return E-filing, Obtaining DIN, DPIN etc. Class III digital signature registration are used for E-tendering and participating in E-Auctions. Digital Signature (DSC) is done by us.

Documents Required For Digital Signature (DSC)

Passport size photograph

PAN card copy

Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter Identity Card

MSME / SSI / Udyog Aadhaar Registration

MSME registration is required for micro, small and medium sized enterprises to avail various incentives provided under the MSMED Act.

MSME Registration

MSME stands for micro, small and medium enterprises and any enterprise that falls under any of these three categories. MSME enterprises are the backbone of any economy and are an engine of economic growth, promoting equitable development for all. Therefore, to support and promote MSMEs, the Government of India through various subsidies, schemes and incentives promote MSMEs through the MSMED Act. To avail the benefits under the MSMED Act from Central or State Government and the Banking Sector, MSME Registration is required.

Micro, Small and Medium sized enterprises in both the manufacturing and service sector can obtain MSME Registration under the MSMED Act. Though the MSME registration is not statutory, it is beneficial for business at it provides a range of benefits such as eligibility for lower rates of interest, excise exemption scheme, tax subsidies, power tariff subsidies, capital investment subsidies and other support. IndiaFilings can help your business obtain MSME Registration to avail a host of benefits.

What are Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise?

MSME are classified into two categories:

  1. Manufacturing enterprise; and
  2. Service enterprise.

They are defined in term of investment in Plant and Machinery/ Equipment  as below

 

MICRO

SMALL

MEDIUM

Manufacturing Enterprises

Rs 2,500,000

Less than Rs 50,000,000

Less than Rs 100,000,000

Service Enterprises

Less than Rs 10,00,000

Less than Rs 20,000,000

Less than Rs 50,000,000

Registration Process

  1. To do the registration the small and medium scale industry owner has to fill a single form which he can do online as well as offline.
  2. If a person wants to do registration for more than one industry then also he/she can do individual registration.
  3. To do the registration he/she has to fill a single form which is available at the website which is listed below.
  4. The document required for the registration is Personal Aadhar number, Industry name, Address, bank account details and some common information.
  5. In this, the person can provide self-certified certificates.
  6. There are no registration fees required for this process.
  7. Once the detail-filled and upload you would be getting the registration number.

Benefits of MSME Registration

  1. Due to the MSME registration, the bank loans become cheaper as the interest rate is very low around ~ 1 to 1.5%. Much lower than interest on regular loans.
  2. There are various tax rebates offered to MSME.
  3. It also allowed credit for minimum alternate tax (MAT) to be carried forward for up to 15 years instead of 10 years
  4. There are many government tenders which are only open to the MSME Industries.
  5. They get easy access to credit.
  6. Once registered the cost getting a patent done, or the cost of setting up the industry reduces as many rebates and concessions are available.
  7. Business registered under MSME are given higher preference for government license and certification.
  8. There is a One Time Settlement Fee for non-paid amounts of MSME.

Documents Required for MSME Registration

The entity has to submit documents like business address proof, copies of purchase and sale bill, and licenses from regulatory bodies.

  • Business Address Proof
  • Copies of Sale Bill and Purchase Bill
  • Partnership Deed/ MoA and AoA
  • Copy of Licenses and Bills of Machinery Purchased

GST Registration

GST Registration – Goods & Service Tax Registration Online

We help you get a Secure GST Identification Number.

We make it easy for you to get your GST from the comfort of your own home. We do the entire process online.

We will file your returns and complete all other compliances as and when required.

GST Registration – Eligibility, Process and Expert Help

GST is the biggest tax reform in India, tremendously improving ease of doing business and increasing the taxpayer base in India by bringing in millions of small businesses in India. By abolishing and subsuming multiple taxes into a single system, tax complexities would be reduced while tax base is increased substantially. Under the new GST regime, all entities involved in buying or selling goods or providing services or both are required to register for GST. Entities without GST registration would not be allowed to collect GST from a customer or claim an input tax credit of GST paid and/or could be penalised. Further, registration under GST is mandatory once an entity crosses the minimum threshold turnover of starts a new business that is expected to cross the prescribed turnover. If you are doing online business (selling through amazon, flipkart etc.), you are required to get a GST number. For registering under GST, you need the following documents –

  1. PAN card, Photo and Aadhar Card of the proprietor
  2. Proof of business place (Electricity bill/ rent agreement)
  3. Bank statement copy (first page for verifying bank account number, address and IFSC code)

GST registration is easy and can be done via the GST portal. Normally GST number is received within 3-4 days of submitting the application.

TAN Registration

TAN Number is a 10 Digit Alphanumeric Number abbreviation used for Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number. Every Assessee liable to deduct TDS is required to apply for TAN and shall quote this number in all TDS Returns, TDS payments and any other communications regarding TDS with Income Tax Department.

Failure to do so may attract a heavy penalty of up to Rs.10,000. TDS Returns and Payments will not be received by the Banks if TAN is not quoted. We can help you obtain your TAN registration online quickly.

Business Registration Number

Starting a business comes with its challenges. You not only have to plan your budget, set goals and have a strategy in place but also achieve legal compliance. In addition to registering your business and getting licensed, there are several other steps you must take before opening your doors. Depending on your industry and location, you may need to apply for a business registration number.

Sole Proprietorship Registration

Sole Proprietorship is the easiest form of business done in India since it isn’t governed by any specific laws. Under sole proprietorship’s, the compliance’s are minimal and easy to fulfill.

A Sole proprietorship is a business which is owned, managed and controlled by a single person. It is one of the most common form of business in India, utilized by small businesses operating in the unorganized sectors.

Proprietorship is recognized by other registrations, such as a service or sales tax registration. It has too many shortcomings, such as unlimited liability of proprietor, and it does not have continuous existence. For these reasons it is considered by small merchants and traders as a business structure.

Choose proprietorship because

  • A sole Proprietorship is cheaper as compared to OPC.
  • A proprietorship with income of less than Rs. 2 Lakhs per annum is not required to pay income tax.
  • Easy to establish with less formalities

 

To register a sole Proprietorship, the following documents are required:

  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Bank Account
  • Registered office proof

Although sole proprietor doesn’t require any specific registrations, it is advised to obtain a few registrations to make his business function smoothly.

  • Registering as SME
  • Shop and Establishment Act License
  • GST Registration

Partnership Firm Registration

A Partnership is a business structure in which two or more individuals manage and operate a business in accordance with the terms and goals set out in the Partnership Deed. Partnership registration is relatively easy and is prevalent among small and medium sized businesses in the unorganized sectors.

For Partnership Registration, you must agree on a firm name and then establish a partnership deed. It is a document stating respective rights and obligations of the partners and to be valid it should be written and not oral. The terms of the Partnership Deed can be varied to suit the interests of the partners and can even be made contrary to the Indian Partnership Act, 1932 but if the Partnership Deed is silent on any point, then the provisions of the Act would apply.

Choose Partnership because

  • Partnership registration is very easy.
  • Partnership registration is inexpensive as compared to LLP.
  • It has minimum compliance requirement.

What is Included In Our Partnership Registration Package?

  • Drafting of Partnership Deed
  • Name search & approval
  • TAN
  •  Partnership Pan Card

NGO Registration

An NGO can be started under three Acts: Public Trust Act of all states, Indian Societies Act and Companies Act. In India, a Trust, Society, Sangathan, Sangh, Non-profitable company all fall under an umbrella term NGO.

Acts governing NGO registration process

The national authority in India allows for online registration of an NGO under three laws:

 

  1. Trust under Public Trusts Act of each state.
  2. Society under Societies Registration Act 1860
  3. Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013

 

Each law defines the formation of a different type of organization, namely – Trust Registration, Society Registration, and Non-Profit company registration. Choosing the kind of registration procedure for the charitable firm is crucial. Our experts will help select the suitable option that befits your vision and guide you with the online registration process.

Shops & Establishment Act License

The Shops and Establishments Act regulates conditions of work, lists rights of employees in the un-organised sector and provides a list of obligations for every employer.

Importance of Shops & Establishments Act

Falling under the un-organised division, The Shops and Establishments Act standardizes the settings and conditions of work, classifies the responsibilities for employers and offers a series of rights employees are entitled to from their employers. This act is applicable to nationwide shops, every profit-making establishments, hotels, cafes, eating circles and joints, restaurants, movie theatres and any place of public amusement or pleasure. It is mandatory for any and every shop and establishment to register oneself within 30 days of the establishment under the act with or without employees.

Patent Registration

A patent registration helps you to get a patent of an intellectual property right to an invention carried out by an individual or firm. IP department has been initiated by Indian government to grant you the full right to register your invention under patent (but only if it is unique). In return the inventor must produce all the proofs related to the invention as asked by the government. It also ensures that owner gets more preference over other person for your particular invention. In India, Patent is being governed by the Patent Act 1970 & Patent Rules 1972.

Patent does not long for a lifetime. If you file a patent now then after a period of 20 years it falls under the public domain. The invention can be anything such as process, art, method to manufacture, particular apparatus, machine, computer software, technical application, chemicals or drugs. Online Patent Registration or online patent filing in India can be done through us.

Criteria for filing a Patent

Novelty: i.e. some part of it has a new development and has not been published in India or elsewhere before the date of filing of the patent application in India.

Inventive Step/Non Obvious: If someone who is skilled in that particular field would consider the invention to be an unexpected or surprising development on the invention date.

Industrial Applicability: Invention should be useful, such that it can be used in an industry.

Steps for Patent Application

Patent Registration is basically a process to file an application to register your invention under Patent Act. It provides you with the monopoly to use your invention for public. As it is a quite serious matter so the person should file this application seriously to avoid any future dispute regarding the infringement. Before filing for the patent, there are some key points which should be followed accordingly.

Step 1: Patent search- How to check patents? it is the most common question among people when they want to patent for an idea. So, we perform patent search for all the existing inventions on the idea that you are trying to patent. If there is a patent already on the idea you are considering, then patent is not granted. Patent search saves you from the effort of going through the yearlong registration process. You can stop if the patent is already registered.

Step 2: Patent domicile – Patent which are registered in India is only valid for India. It protects your invention in India only and does not apply to other countries. There is the possibility to protect your invention in other countries as well. For same, you need to apply for a separate application in each country.

Step 3: File Patent application – An application should be filed with the department before disclosing all the details about your invention.

Step 4: Patent Review – The Patent office of the Indian government reviews your patent application. There check for any existing patents granted on similar idea. If they find the invention unique and patentable, then they grant patent for the application.

Step 5: Patent Grant – Once the patent is granted, the application status is updated online at the Patent site. It can take from 6 months to even 1.5 year for a patent certificate to be granted.

Copyright Registration

Copyright registration in India is enrolled under Copyright Act, 1957. It provides a kind of safety so that the work carried out by the creator of work cannot be copied by anyone and to restore the uniqueness of the product. There are bundles of rights under Copyright like communication to the public, the rights of reproduction, adaptation, and translation of the work.

Copyright is basically a legal right which has been provided to the creators of literature, dramatics, musical and artistic work and even the producer’s films and sound recordings. Sometimes even businesses and startups get copyright registration related to instruction manuals, product literature and user guides. Usually, copyright is possessed by a creator of the work, but sometimes even the employer of its creator or the person who has authorised the work can own the copyright.

Just like Trademark and Patent, Copyright is also one of the intellectual property protection. The Copyright Act, 1957 helps you in protecting the original or genuine literature, drama, music and artistic work. And ideas, procedures or even the methods of operation can never be copyrighted. In a layman’s language, a copyright is an exclusive right granted to the owner in order to protect his work from being copied, exploited or misused.

Doing a particular work takes lots of efforts and energy and therefore protecting the work done is as important as doing a work. Hence, one of the mediums through which one can protect as well as enjoy certain rights over his/ her works is Copyright.

The only owner of registered work can use the product or even can grant permission to another person. Copyrights are also transferrable.

Trademark Registration

Basically, a trademark is a “brand” or “logo” that you can use to distinguish your product from those of your competitors. Through trademark registration or you can say logo registration/brand registration, you can protect your brand or logo by restricting other people from using the same. For e.g. the logo of NIKE and their tagline JUST DO IT is a registered brand name. By trademarking your logo or brand, you are providing it protection as it is illegal to use the same logo or tagline.
A registered trademark is an intangible asset for a business and is used to protect the company’s investment in the brand or symbol. After Trademarking your logo or brand, a registered TM number which works as trademark license is assigned within a period of three days by Trademark department but it takes almost two years for it to be registered so that you can use to use ® symbol with your brand name. It is always advised to get Trademark registration or brand name registration because getting your company registered will not protect your brand against those who might initiate using identical or similar marks. Before trademarking, make sure to check trademarks availability and it should be your first priority if you want to start a company. Trademark public search is an important step before trademark registration. You need to do a close search for trademark name as it will help you to avoid future problems.

What Is Included In Our Package?

  • Consultation
  • Application Preparation
  • Name search & approval
  • Application Filing
  • Same day Filing
  • Government Fees

Steps in Trademark Application

Step 1 : Trademark search

LegalRaasta check trademark availability or check brand name availability on the behalf of their customers to make sure that their desired name or design has not already been taken or isn’t too similar to an already existing trademark. You can also check existing trademarks at search.legalraasta.com. Because being exclusive do matters. This check well ensures that are no issues & there are minimal chances of an objection being raised in the future.

Step 2 : Create trademark application

Once we ensure that your chosen name or design is available & exclusive, we send you an authorisation letter which has to be duly signed by you and returned to us. These letters give our lawyers authority to file a trademark application on your behalf.

Step 3 : Trademark application submission

Once we receive the authorisation letter & provided that no information is incorrect or partial, our lawyers will file the trademark on your behalf, and you can immediately start using the ™ symbol. We will provide you with the TM application number.

We file the trademark different at the central trademark department office or via online. A trademark can be filed online only by a registered lawyer or agent.

Step 4: Trademark registration (1.5 years)

Once a trademark application is complete, your application will be verified by the trademarks office. The government can also raise an objection on if your name similar to some other trademark in the same class, or the name is deemed obscene, hurts religious sentiments.

In case no objection is raised, the trademark registrar will publish an advertisement in the trademarks journal. If no opposition is filed by any party within a period of 4 months, the trademark should be registered within the next 6 months. During this period, we constantly provide you with updates regarding the status of your application. You will need to pay the additional fee in case of such objections.

Step 5: Hearing before Registrar

If the objection has been filed on your trademark and the opposition doesn’t agree with your response, then hearing is held before the registrar. We appoint lawyers (charges extra) to take up your case in front of the registrar.

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