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~ ROC Compliance for Private Limited Company ~

Ensuring adherence to ROC compliance is pivotal for companies operating in India. ROC Compliance for Private limited company can be broadly classified into:

  • Annual Compliance: These are the regular, yearly filings and disclosures companies must make, including submitting annual returns and financial statements.
  • Event-Based Compliance: These are specific compliances that need to be addressed as and when certain events occur within the company, such as changes in the company's management, share capital, or registered office.
  • Other Compliances: This category includes a range of other regulatory obligations that might not fall strictly under annual or event-based categories but are essential for maintaining the company's legal status, such as director KYC updates and maintenance of statutory registers.

Annual compliances are a critical aspect of corporate governance for companies registered in India. Key annual compliances include:

INC-20A: Declaration for Commencement of Business

For companies registered in India post-November 2019 with a share capital, securing a Commencement of Business Certificate is a prerequisite before initiating any business activities or exercising borrowing powers. This certificate must be acquired within 180 days of incorporation by filing Form INC-20A.

Failure to obtain this certificate results in penalties, with the company facing a fine of Rs. 50,000 and directors being charged Rs. 1,000 per day for each non-compliance, underscoring the importance of promptly adhering to this regulatory requirement.

Appointment of Auditor and Filing E-form ADT-1

The first auditor must be appointed within 30 days of incorporation and ratified by the shareholders during the first Annual General Meeting (AGM). Following the AGM, Form ADT-1 confirming the auditor's appointment must be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) within 15 days.

Board Meetings

The first board meeting should be held within 30 days of incorporation. Subsequently, companies must hold at least four board meetings every year, ensuring that the interval between two meetings is at most 120 days.

Further, the discussion in the meeting needs to be drafted and recorded in the minutes and maintained at the company's registered office.

A notice should be given seven days in advance about the meeting's date and purpose.

Annual General Meeting (AGM)

The first AGM should be conducted within nine months from the closure of the first financial year. For subsequent years, the AGM must be held every year within six months from the end of the financial year, ensuring that the gap between two AGMs is at most 15 months.

AGMs are held for approval of financial statements, declaration of dividends, appointment or re-appointment of auditors, commission, remuneration of directors, etc.

The meeting is held during business hours on a day that is not a public holiday. It shall occur at the company's registration or the city, village, or town in which the registered office is situated.

Annual ROC Filings

Private Limited Companies must file annual accounts and returns to the companies' registrar, disclosing the details of their shareholders, directors, etc.

As a part of the annual compliance for private limited company, the following forms are to be filed with the ROC:

AOC-4: Filing of Financial Statements

This form is for filing the company's financial statements and must be submitted within 30 days following the Annual General Meeting (AGM).

MGT-7 - Annual Returns

Form MGT-7 (Annual returns) must be filed within 60 days of the annual general meeting

DIR-12: Appointment/Resignation of Directors

This form pertains to changes in the company's directorship, including appointments and resignations, and must be filed within 30 days of such changes.

DIR-3 KYC: Director KYC Submission

Directors are required to submit their KYC details through Form DIR-3 by September 30th each year, provided their Director Identification Number (DIN) was allotted by March 31st of that year and the status is 'Approved'. Failure to file DIN eKYC results in a penalty of Rs. 5000.

DPT-3: Return of Deposits

Companies must use this form to report details of deposits and other non-deposit receipts annually by June 30th.

Directors’ Report

An abridged version covering all required information for small companies under Section 134 must be prepared. It should be authorized by the Chairperson or at least two directors.

Maintenance of Statutory Registers and Books of Accounts

Companies must maintain and regularly update various statutory registers and records, including minutes of board meetings and AGMs, books of accounts, financial statements, and files with the ROC.

Companies must send approved financial statements, along with the Directors’ and Auditors’ reports, to all members at least 21 clear days before the AGM.

For ready reference, below is a table summarizing the annual compliances for private limited company and their respective due dates:

Annual compliances for Private Limited CompanyDue Date
Commencement of Business Certificate (COB)Within 180 days of incorporation
Appointment of Auditor and Filing E-form ADT-1Within 15 days of the AGM
Holding Board MeetingsAs per the schedule of board meetings
Conducting the Annual General Meeting (AGM)Within 9 months from financial year-end
INC-20A: Declaration for Commencement of BusinessWithin 180 days of incorporation
AOC-4: Filing of Financial StatementsWithin 30 days of the AGM
MGT-7A: Annual Returns for Small Companies/OPCsWithin 60 days of the AGM
DIR-12: Appointment/Resignation of DirectorsWithin 30 days of appointment/resignation
DIR-3 KYC: Director KYC SubmissionBy September 30th each year
MGT-14: Filing of Board ResolutionsWithin 30 days of passing the resolution
DPT-3: Return of DepositsBy June 30th each year
Directors’ ReportAt least 21 days before the AGM
Maintenance of Statutory Registers and Books of AccountsThroughout the financial year
Circulation of Financial Statements and Other Relevant DocumentsAt least 21 days before the AGM

Besides the annual filings, there are various other compliances that need to be compiled with on occurrence of any event in the company.

Here are specific instances of such events:

  • Change in the authorized capital or the paid-up capital of the company.
  • Allotment of new shares or transfer new shares
  • giving loans to other companies
  • giving loans to directors
  • Appointment of managing or whole-time Director and their payment
  • when a bank account is opened or closed, or there is a change in the signatories of a bank account.
  • if there is an appointment or change of the statutory auditors of the company

It is necessary to file different forms with the registrar for all such events within a specific period. In case of missing out on this, additional fees or penalties might be levied. Hence, it is necessary to meet such compliances on time.

These regulatory obligations do not directly involve the ROC but are essential for lawful business operations. They may be governed by various other regulatory bodies and laws, depending on the nature of the business, its size, and the industry it operates in. These include:

  • Payment of Periodic Tax Due: Regular payment of Goods and Services Tax (GST) liability, Tax Deducted at Source (TDS), Tax Collected at Source (TCS), Advance Tax, and Professional Tax (PTax).
  • Filing of Periodic Returns:
  • Monthly/Quarterly/Annual GST Returns
  • Quarterly TDS Returns
  • Filing of Income Tax Returns
  • Filing of Tax Audit Report
  • Filing of half-yearly Employees’ State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) returns
  • Filing of Provident Fund (PF) returns
  • Filing of professional tax (PTax) returns
  • Regulatory Assessment and Reporting: Compliance with various regulatory assessments and reporting requirements under different acts of law, such as the Environment Protection Act, Competition Act, and Factory Act.

Non-compliance with the rules and regulations of the Companies Act in India can result in penalties for the company and its defaulting members. Penalties typically involve fines imposed for the duration of the non-compliance. Additionally, delays in annual filings may incur additional fees. Therefore, companies should fulfil their compliance obligations promptly to avoid penalties and financial repercussions.

~ Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) Compliance ~

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are recognized as separate legal entities, and therefore, they are bound by specific compliance obligations. The responsibility for ensuring compliance rests with the Designated Partners of the LLP. The key LLP compliance requirements for LLPs include the following:

  • Maintenance of Proper Book of Accounts
  • Filing of Annual Return
  • Filing of Statement of Accounts
  • Filing of Income Tax Return (ITR – 5)
  • Filing of Tax Audit (If Applicable)

Ensuring annual compliances of LLP with these obligations not only maintains the legal status of the LLP but also helps in building transparency, credibility, and financial accountability.

In LLP annual filing, one must diligently maintain accurate and up-to-date financial records. These records should encompass details of the LLP’s financial transactions, profits, expenses, assets, and liabilities. Proper bookkeeping is crucial to assess the financial health and performance of the LLP.

LLPs are required to file an annual return with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for each financial year. This annual return is submitted using Form 11, and it provides essential information. This form gathers essential details about the LLP, including the total number of designated partners, comprehensive partner information, contributions received by partners, and a summary of all partners involved.

Filing Deadline

All LLPs are required to submit Form 11 within 60 days after the conclusion of the financial year. This means that Form 11 should be filed by May 30th each year.

Importance of Timely Filing

It’s crucial for LLPs to adhere to this deadline, as failure to do so can have consequences. One significant implication is that an LLP will not be permitted to close or wind up its operations until it has filed all its annual returns, including Form 11.

Penalty for Late Filing

In the event that an LLP neglects to submit its LLP annual filing forms within the stipulated timeframe, it will incur a penalty of Rs.100 for each day of delay performed.

Duration of Penalty

The penalty will be applicable from the due date of filing the return and will continue until the actual return is filed.

LLPs must submit a Statement of Accounts & Solvency annually, which details the financial position of the LLP, including its assets and liabilities. This statement is filed using Form 8.

Due Date

LLPs are required to file Form 8 within 30 days from the conclusion of six months after the financial year ends. This means that Form 8 should be filed within this timeframe to maintain LLP compliance.

Signing and Certification

Form 8 can be digitally signed by two designated partners of the LLP. Additionally, it must be certified by a company secretary, chartered accountant, or cost accountant.

Form Components: Form 8 consists of two main parts:

  • Part A – The Solvency Statement: This section provides a statement of the LLP’s solvency, offering insights into its financial health and stability.
  • Part B – Statement of Expenditure & Income, Statement of Accounts: Part B contains detailed information about the LLP’s income and expenses, along with a comprehensive statement of its accounts.

Penalty for Late Filing

It’s essential for LLPs to adhere to the filing timeline for Form 8. Failure to file this form on time can result in penalties, specifically a daily fine of Rs.100.

Ensuring LLP annual Compliance with the filing requirements outlined in Form 8 is vital to maintain good standing and avoid financial penalties.

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) are subject to specific audit and tax filing obligations as per the provisions of the Limited Liability Partnership Act 2008, and the Income Tax Act, 1961. Here are the key requirements:

Tax Audit

Audit Requirement: LLPs with an annual turnover exceeding Rs. 40 lakhs or a contribution surpassing Rs. 25 lakhs are obligated to have their books of account audited by practicing Chartered Accountants. The deadline for filing the tax return for such LLPs is September 30th.

Note: From Assessment Year 2021-22 (Financial Year 2020-21) onwards, the threshold limit for a tax audit has been raised to Rs. 5 crore under certain conditions. This applies if the taxpayer’s cash receipts constitute less than 5% of the gross receipts or turnover and if cash payments are limited to 5% of the aggregate payments as per the Income Tax Act 1961.

For LLPs not required to undergo a tax audit, the due date for tax filing is July 31st.

International Transactions – Form 3CEB

LLPs that have engaged in international transactions with associated enterprises or have undertaken Specified Domestic Transactions must to file Form 3CEB. This form should be certified by a practicing Chartered Accountant. The deadline for LLPs obliged to file Form 3CEB is November 30th.

Compliance with these audit and tax filing requirements is essential for LLPs to fulfill their legal obligations and avoid penalties.

LLPs are also required to file their income tax return using Form ITR-5. The due date for ITR filing is July 31st unless the LLP is subject to a tax audit, in which case the deadline is extended to September 30th. The income tax return provides details of the LLP’s income, expenses, and tax liability.

LLP Annual Filing Compliance Calendar is given here for your quick reference:

Form TypeDescriptionDue DateTo be filed with
Form-8Filing of Statement of Accounts30th OctoberRegistrar of Companies
Form-11Filing of Annual Returns30th MayRegistrar of Companies
ITR – 5Income Tax Return31st July (or 30th September, if tax audit is mandatory)Income Tax Department
ITR – 5Income Tax Return31st July (or 30th September, if tax audit is mandatory)Income Tax Department
AuditTax Audit (only if applicable)30th SeptemberIncome Tax Department

The benefits of LLP annual compliance are listed as follows:

  • Higher Credibility: Meeting the annual compliances of LLP enhances the organization’s credibility, aiding in loan approvals and helping with various requirements.
  • Record of Financial Worth: These filings create a financial track record for LLPs, attracting potential investors and partners.
  • Stays Active and Penalty-Free: Consistent compliance keeps LLPs from being declared defunct, preventing penalties and additional fees.
  • Conversion and Closure: Regular filings simplify the process of converting LLPs into other business structures and expedite partnership dissolution.

~ Nidhi Limited Company Compliance ~

Post Incorporation Compliances of a Nidhi Company

There are few necessary compliances set out by the Nidhi Company Rules to be followed by every Nidhi Company within one year of its incorporation, such as:

  • The minimum number of members should be 200.
  • The Net owned funds (NOFs) should be Rs 20 lakhs.
  • The NOFs the deposit should be in a ratio not greater than 1:20
  • Unencumbered term deposits must not be lower than 10 percent of the outstanding deposit as cited in Rule 14 of Nidhi Rules 2014 and Amended Rules of 2022.

Limitations Imposed on Nidhi Companies

According to the Rule 6 of Nidhi rules 2014, a Nidhi Company has been restrained from performing given undertakings:

  • Undertake business activities relating to leasing finance, Chit fund, and Hire purchase.
  • Acquiring securities issued by a body corporate.
  • Issue debentures, preference shares, or any debt instruments.
  • Open current account with its serving members.
  • Make any arrangements or acquisitions or concessions until the same is approved in the General meeting via a special resolution and get the approval of the Regional Director.
  • Perform other form of business in its name.
  • Lend to or accept funds from third party.
  • Lend to accept funding from body corporate.
  • Leveraging partnership arrangement for borrowing or lending operation.
  • Conducting publicity for obtaining any deposits in any form.
  • Pledge assets lodged by its members as security.
  • Pay any incentive or brokerage for disbursing credits or deployment of funds to channelize deposit from its members.


If the company meets all the aforementioned provisions, it can facilitate locker facilities to its members if the income from locker render does not surpass 20 percent of the total income of the Nidhi company at any instance during the FY.

Private circulation of the particulars relating to FD schemes among members bearing the terms “for private circulation to members only” shall not be considered as an advertisement.

Types of Compliances

There are two types of compliances as mentioned in the Companies Act and Nidhi Company Rules:

Annual compliances of Nidhi Company

Annual Compliances are generally those compliances that include the status and performance of the Nidhi Company in the whole year. The annual compliances are filed annually, but few such compliances are filed after a certain interval of time.

Event-Based Compliances of Nidhi Company

Event-based compliances are only filed at the time of incorporation of Nidhi Company. And again, these compliances are needed to be fulfilled at the time of any alteration in the structure of the Nidhi Company, and such alteration is non-periodical. These compliances are not mandatorily to be filed at a fixed interval.

Filing Compliance with Registrar of Companies as Per Nidhi Rules 2014 and Amended Rules 2022:


Due Date


Noteworthy Points

NDH – 1 Return of Statutory Compliance

Within ninety days from the closure of the first financial years & where applicable form the second Financial Years.

Details relating to members, deposits loans, reserves for the financial years,

E- Form GNL-2 Form relating to the submission of paper workss with the registrar

NDH – 2 Application to Regional Director and Intimation to Registrar

Within thirty days from the closure of the financial year

Application relating to the extension of timeline for not meeting requirements of members and deposits as required post-incorporation.

E- Form RD -1 Applications made to Regional Director

NDH – 3 application for Half Yearly return

Within thirty days from the closure of each half year

Details relating to members, deposits, loans, for the said duration. It entails details such as total members admitted in the half-year, overall members who ceased to be members as on date

E- Form GNL-2 Form relating to the submission of paper workss with the registrar

NDH -4

For New Nidhi Company

Within the duration of sixty days post expiration of one year

From the date of incorporation

For Existing Nidhi Company

Within a timeline of one year from its incorporation date or within the duration of 6 months from the date of commencement of Nidhi Rules 2019, whichever is later

For filing application for declaration as Nidhi Company and updating of status

Failure to file form NDH -4

Companies shall not be permitted to file Form No.SH -7 (Notice to Registrar of any changes to share capital) and

Form PAS -3 (Return of Allotment)

NDH -5

A Nidhi shall not close any branch unless it: (a) publishes an advertisement in a newspaper in vernacular language in the place where it carries on business at least thirty days prior to such closure, informing the public about such closure.

(b) Fixes a copy of such advertisement or a notice informing such closure of the branch on the notice board of Nidhi for a period of at least thirty days from the date on which advertisement was published under clause (a) and (c) gives an intimation to the Registrar within thirty days of such closure.

Format of advertisement to be given while closing branch

AOC – 4

Within the duration of 30 days from the date of the Company’s AGM

Filing of Financial Statements

MGT -7

Within the duration of 60 days of the AGM

Annual return along with a list of members serving the company

Forms NDH-1 and NDH-3 should be filed with standard fees and should be approved by the concerned professional.

Limits under Rule 15 of Nidhi Rules 2014 for the grant of loan against certain deposit valuation are:

Deposit Made (Rs)

Loan Granted (Rs)

Less than 2 crores

2 lakhs

higher than 2 crores but lower than 20 crores

7.5 lakh

Higher than 20 crores lower than 50 crores

12 lakhs

50 crores or more

15 lakhs

A Nidhi company that has failed to ensure profitability in the three preceding financial year shall not disburse any new loans surpassing 50 per cent of the max. amount of loans cited above.

A member cannot have access to any loans in case of previous defaulting history relating to loan repayment.

The loans can be disbursed only against the given security.

  • Gold (including gold jewellery)
  • Silver (including silver jewellery)
  • Property
  • Fixed Deposit
  • Insurance Policy

Checklist for compliances for Nidhi Company

There is an important checklist for Nidhi Company compliances which each Nidhi Company must fulfil with the time.

The checklist for Annual compliance:

  • Form NDH 1
  • Form NDH 2
  • Form NDH 3
  • Form NDH 4
  • Form NDH 5
  • Declaration of Nidhi by the Central Government
  • Form ADT 1
  • Preservation of Book of Accounts
  • Protection of the Statutory Register
  • Financial statements
  • Director’s report
  • Statutory Meetings
  • Filing of Annual Income tax returns
  • Form AOC 4
  • Form MGT 7

The checklist for Event-based compliance:

  • Change of name of the company
  • Alteration in the address of the Registered Office
  • Appointment or resignation of any Director
  • Appointment or resignation of any Auditor
  • Changes in objectives of Company (MOA)
  • Transfer of shares
  • Alteration in capital structure
  • Increase in authorised capital
  • Appointment of KMP (Key Managerial Personnel)

Penalties for non-compliance

When the Nidhi Company fails to comply with the required compliances as mentioned under the Companies Act or the Nidhi Company Rules, then it is made liable for:

  • Rs. 5000, with other officers in case of non-payment or default.
  • And then for Rs. 50 per day till the default continues.

The Nidhi Company (Amendment) Rules 2022

The followings are the said amendments made under the Nidhi Company (Amendment) Rules 2022:


The definition of the Branch has been inserted. According to this rule, Branch means a place other than the registered office of Nidhi Company.

Deposit raised by the company

  • No company shall raise the deposit for any member or gives a loan to any of its members if
  • It does not comply with the rules or requirements of Nidhi Company New Rules
  • If the application in Form NDH -4 has been rejected by the central government

However, Not anything written under these rules shall apply to the company incorporated on or after the commencement of these Nidhi Company Amended Rules.

Declaration of Nidhi Company

Any public company wanting to be declared as a Nidhi company shall apply in Form NDH-4 within a period of 120 days from the date of its incorporation for declaration as a Nidhi company, after fulfilling the following conditions:

  • It has not less than 200 members
  • It has Net owned Funds of Rs. 20 lacs or more

After examining the application, the central government conveys its decision within 45 days to the company, and if it fails to do so within 45 days, it will be deemed to be approved.

When the central government gets satisfied that the company meets all the requirements, then it will notify it as Nidhi Company or Mutual Benefit Society in the official gazette. However, the company shall commence its business only if the central government approves its application.

Fit and proper person

The company shall attach a declaration with regard to the fulfilment of fit and proper person by all of its directors and promotors with the Form NDH-4.

To determine that any promoter or director is a fit and proper person, the following criteria should be looked upon:

Integrity, honesty, ethical behaviour, fairness, reputation and character

Not incurring any of the following disqualifications

  • Any complaint or information under section 154 of CrPC has been filed or is pending against him
  • Chargesheet filed against him in the matter of economic offences
  • Restraining, prohibition or department order has been passed against him in any matter related to company law, securities law or financial market in force
  • Conviction order passed against him involving moral turpitude
  • Declared involvement and not been discharged
  • Unsound mind
  • Wilful defaulter
  • Fugitive economic offender
  • Director of five or more companies
  • Such person is the director in five or more than five or promoter in three or more than three Nidhi Companies

Minimum paid-up share capital

In the amendment, the minimum paid-up share capital has been raised from 5 lakhs to 10 lakhs.

Rules for an existing company

Nidhi company existing on the date of enforcement of Nidhi Company New Rules shall comply with all the requirements within a period of 18 months from the date of such enforcement.

Rule 5 of Nidhi Rules

Rule 5 talks about the minimum number of members, Net owned fund, etc., and in the amendment, it has been mentioned that it will not be applicable for the companies incorporated as Nidhi Company on or after the enforcement of Nidhi Company New Rules 2022. So, the requirement of filling of application in Form NDH 1 within 90 days from the incorporation of the company shall not be applicable to the companies incorporated on or after the enforcement of new Rules.

Restrictions on Nidhi Company

  • In the new rules, it has been stated that the Nidhi Company shall not raise loans from the banks or any financial institutions or any other source to advance the loans of its members.
  • Another restriction given to Nidhi Company is on acquiring or purchasing securities or controlling the composition of the Board of Directors of any other company or from entering into an arrangement for the change of its management.

Transfer of the shares

Any member shall not transfer more than 50% of their shares during the subsistence of such loan or deposit. However, members shall retain the minimum number of shares required.

Net owned funds

The requirement of Net owned funds for Nidhi company has been changed from 10 lakhs to 20 lakhs.

Opening of branches

In case a Nidhi company wants to open more than three branches outside the district or any branch outside the district, then it shall now have to apply in Form NDH 2 along with the fee as required under the Companies (Registration Offices and Fee) Rules, 2014 and intimate about such opening to the Registrar within 30 days from the opening. However, it cannot open branches unless it has filed its financial statement or annual return to the Registrar. And, it shall not open its Branch outside the state where its registered office is situated.

Closing of Branches

A Nidhi company shall not close any branch unless the proposal to close the Branch with the plan of how the existing deposits shall be paid and how the existing loan shall be recovered is approved by the Board of Directors in the meeting and has obtained the prior approval of Regional Director as per the Companies (Registration Offices and Fee) Rules, 2014. The regional director shall pass the order of approval within 30 days of the application. After obtaining approval from Regional Director, the Nidhi Company shall publish in the local newspaper at the place of its business prior to 30 days of such closure, and it shall also fix a copy of the information of closure on the notice board of Nidhi Company for a period of thirty days since the day of such publication and give an intimation to the Registrar within 30 days of such closure. Also, any place which is not a registered office or Branch where a Nidhi Company carries its business shall be closed within a period of 6 months from the date of enforcement of Nidhi Company (Amendment) Rules 2022 and also intimate this to the Registrar.


Under Rule 12 and Rule 20, the word silver shall be added next to the word gold where ever it is stated, so from now Nidhi Company will able to grant loans to its members for silver jewellery.

Joint shareholders loan

In the case of joint shareholders loan Nidhi Company will be able to it only to the member whose name appears first in the register of members.


A Nidhi company shall not declare dividends exceeding 25% in a financial year, and this has been added to Nidhi Company New Rules under Rule 18 by substituting old Rule 18.

Compliances by certain companies

The Nidhi Company New Rules have added two provisos under the first proviso of Rule 23A. These provisos deal with compliance with the requirements of Rule 3A. These provisos state that if a company does not comply with the requirements or fails to comply with any of the requirements on or after the date of enforcement of Nidhi Company New Rules or if the central government has rejected the application, then it shall not raise the deposit from its members or provide any loan to its member under the provisions of these rules from the date of non-compliance or the date of enforcement of the Nidhi Company Amended Rules or the rejection of the application, whichever is later. And, also that the deposit raised by a company after the date of non-compliance or date of enforcement of the Nidhi Company New Rules or the date of rejection of the application, whichever is later, shall be deemed to have been raised in pursuance of Chapter V of the Companies Act and shall be subject to all the requirement of that chapter or any other provisions of the said Act. No fee shall be charged for filing an application under this rule if it is filed within nine months from the enforcement of the new rules; however, earlier, it was six months.


In the Annexure, an amendment has been made to Nidhi Company New Rules by making changes to the old rule 2014. The changes have been made in the heading of NDH 2 Form, serial no. 4, serial no. 6, in Form NDH 3 and NDH 4. Also, after NDH 4, another Form of NDH 5 is inserted.

~ Other Company Compliances ~

  • Section-8 Compliance
  • Partnership Firm Compliance
  • PF Return Filing
  • ESI Filing
  • GST Return Filing
  • Event Based Compliances in a Company
  • Appointment and Resignation of Directors
  • Removal of Director
  • Change in Registered Office
  • Change in Share Capital
  • Change in Directors
  • Change in LLP Agreement
  • Other MCA Compliance
  • Winding Up of Private Limited Company
  • Closing a Limited Liability Partnership
  • Revival of Struck Off Companies
  • Sole Proprietorship to Pvt. Ltd. Company
  • Conversion of Pvt. Ltd. to Public Limited
  • Conversion of LLP to Private Company
  • Partnership Firm into Pvt. Ltd. Company