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Every Company incorporated in India must comply with the ongoing government rules and regulations after incorporation; a private company is required to comply with the various laws and provisions under the Companies Act 2013 and rules made there under.
Registrar of Companies (ROC) is the designated authority that deals with administration of Companies Act 2013 and it falls under Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The companies incorporated under the Companies Act, 2013 are mandatory to file various forms, returns and documents with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) in an electronic mode within the prescribed time along with the prescribed fees.
To avoid penalties and fines, it is mandatory to comply with all compliances applicable to your company.

Compliance by Director

Board Report

Annual Report

Statutory Registers update

Update of Statutory Registers

Drafting of Notices

Annual Filing and its documentation(AOC4, MGT-7)



  • MOA/AOA of company

  • Certificate of Incorporation

You are required to fill details in our simple questionnaire and submit documents.

Submit all the required information & documents and we shall take care of the rest.

All the required documents, returns,forms are prepared and verified.

We File various forms & returns required with the ROC and update all your records.

Once return is filed, we shall send you the documents and return your DSCs.


Compliance is generally defined as a complying of laws, rules and regulation of India.

The Companies Act 2013 & Ministry of Corporate Affairs.

Adhering to the law saves company form the penal provisions & prosecution.

All the Companies incorporated in India are mandatory to file various forms, returns and documents with the ROC.

Annual Filing, Disclosure by Directors, Drafting of Annual return, Minutes, notices, various Certifications and updating the Statutory Register..

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