What is Udyam Registration?
Not all businesses require to obtain Udyam registration in India. The entities that are mentioned below that are classified as micro, small or medium enterprises based on the investment in plant and machinery are eligible for Udyam registration.
|Micro Enterprises||Up to Rs. 25 lakh investment in plant and machinery.|
|Small Enterprises||Up to Rs. 5 crore investment in plant and machinery.|
|Medium Enterprises||Up to Rs. 10 crore investment in plant and machinery.|
Composite criteria of investment and turnover should be applied for the classification of an enterprise as micro, small or medium.
If the enterprise is crossing the ceiling limits that are specified for the present category in either of the two criteria of investment or turnover it will cease to exist in that category and will be placed in the next higher category but no enterprise should be placed in the lower category unless it is going below the ceiling limits that are specified for the present category in both investment as well as turnover criteria.
All the units that have a valid GSTIN which is listed against the same PAN are to be collectively treated as one enterprise and the turnover and the investment figures of these entities should be seen together and only the aggregate values will be considered for deciding the category as a micro, small or medium enterprise.
We at IndiaFilings help you get the Udyam registration in India in a completely paperless manner.
A business consultant reaches to you first and understands your requirement.
The Consultant will explain the whole process and brief you about the documents that are documents required to obtain the Udyam registration in India.
Once the documents are collected and payment is initiated. A relationship manager is allocated who further carries out the process of registration.
Our Relationship managers make sure that the process is seamless by regular follow-ups and proper consultation.
1) To obtain Udyam Registration in case of Proprietorship the applicant’s Aadhar card and PAN is a main requirement.
2) Similarly, in the case of proprietorship, the applicant’s Aadhar and a valid PAN are required.
3) In the case of Partnership, the Aadhar and the PAN of the partner are to be used.
4) In the case of a company, the Directors Aadhar and PAN can be used.
5) In the case of an LLP, the Aadhar and PAN card of the designated partner is to be used.
In case if the applicant or an authorized signatory does not have a valid Aadhar Card then the applicant must first apply for an Aadhar card at an Aadhar enrolment center. Once the Aadhar is obtained the Udyam Registration can be initiated.
Yes, Aadhar is mandatory for obtaining the Udyam registration.
The registration is valid till the existence of enterprises and there is no need to renew the registration.
No, one cannot take more than one Udyam registration on the same PAN.
The NIC code is a business code that is provided by the government to track the business proceedings for the organization under the micro, small and medium enterprises.
One can add a maximum of 10 NIC codes for Udyam registration.
The Udyam Registration certificate provides the companies registered under the Udyam special access to the schemes by the government. The Udyam Registration directly links enterprises with the government database.
The processing is dependent on the submission of the documents by the client.
The documents and details should be up to date to avoid any chances of rejection.