Private Limited Company

Register your Private Limited Company @ Rs. 5000 (Professional Fee)

  • Free Consultancy
  • Name Search
  • Name Reservation
  • DSC for 2 Directors/Shareholders
  • DIN for 2 Directors
  • Drafting of MOA and AOA
  • Certification of Incorporation
  • PAN and TAN of the company
  • Employee State Insurance Code(ESIC)
  • Share Certificate
  • Printed Copy of MOA and AOA
  • Time:  4 – 12 days
  • 100% Online Process


    Private Limited Company

     A private Limited Company is a privately held small business entity. This type of business entity limits owner liability to their shares, limit the number of shareholder to 200 and restricts shareholders from publicly trading share. The Private Limited Company is the most common types of company in India. It requires a minimum of two Directors, two Members/Shareholders  to register itself legally. a maximum of fifteen directors allowed in a Company as per The Companies Act, 2013


    Separate Legal Entity

    A Private Limited Company is a separate legal identity in the court of the law, meaning assets and liabilities of the business are not the same as the assets and liabilities of the Directors. Both are counted as different.

    Limited Liability

    The liabilities are limited to shareholders shares only. This feature protects the personal assets and income of shareholders at times of any financial crisis faced by the company. Also, it gives the company more liberty of taking risks.

    Preferred for Funding

    A Private Limited Company is the most preferred entity type for Investors. Registering a private limited company will give you an opportunity to raise funds via bank loans, Angel Investors, Venture Capitalists, etc.

    Easy Fund Raising

    A Private Limited Company in India is the only form of business except Public Limited Companies that can raise funds from the Venture Capitalists or Angel investors.


    STEP 1

    Receive and review documents from client

    STEP 2

    Name selection and name reservation for Proposed Company

    STEP 3

    Apply for digital signature

    STEP 4

    Drafting Main Objects of proposed Company in discussion with client and other documents for signing

    STEP 5

    Submission of documents to the concerned Registrar of Companies

    STEP 6

    Certificate of Incorporation, PAN TAN and ESIC

    STEP 7

    Printing of MOA and AOA, Share Certificate

    STEP 8

    Printing of MOA and AOA, Share Certificate


    Individual Identity Proof

    Any one of Adhaar Card/Voter Card/Passport/Driving Licence and
    PAN Card(Compulsory of Resident Indian), required for all Shareholders and Directors

    Individual Address Proof

    Any one of Electricity Bill/Bank Statement/Mobile Bill/Telephone Bill (Bank Statement address page with latest entry or latest Bill, not older than 45 days)

    Registered Office Proof

    Any one Latest Utility Bill Eg. Electricity Bill/Gas Bill/Mobile Bill/Telephone Bill (Utility Bill should not be older than 45 days)

    Passport Size photographs

    Latest Passport Size Photograph for all Shareholders and Directors




    Private Limited Company Registration Only


    (Excluding Govt Fees and GST)

    5,000.00Add to cart



    Private Limited Company Registration + GST Registration

    (Excluding Govt Fees and GST)

    7,000.00Add to cart



    Private Limited Company Registration + GST Registration + MSME Registration (Excluding Govt Fees and GST)

    7,500.00Add to cart


    1. What is the minimum turnover and capital required for Pvt.Ltd.Co. in India?

    There exists no bar on turnover or capital in private Limited Company unlike One person Company

    2. Can one person start a Pvt. Ltd. Co. in India?

    Minimum two directors are required to incorporate a private limited company. Companies Act, 2013, has introduced the concept of One Person Company (OPC) private limited, in which a single individual can start a private limited company. Thus, if you plan to incorporate OPC, you can incorporate it with only one director.

    3. Is registration necessary for Private Limited Companies in India?

    Yes, Registration for Private Limited Company is necessary as without registration, there can be no existence of a company.

    4. Do Private Companies have to release annual reports?

    It is mandatory for all the companies which are registered under MCA to file their annul reports with concerned ROC every year. However, for Private Limited Companies, it is not mandatory to publish or release their annual report for Public access.

    5. Can a Company may be registered without any object?

    No, as per Indian laws a Company must have a lawful object at the time of Incorporation.

    6. How many shareholders can a Private Limited Company have?

    Private Limited Companies need at least 2 directors to incorporate and the upper limit of the number of shareholders is 200.

    7. How many Directors can a Private Limited company have?

    A Private Limited Company has to have a minimum of 2 directors and a maximum of 15 directors.