License & Certificate

1
MSME Registration or
Udhyog Aadhar Registration
2
Import-Export Code (IEC) Registration
3
Shop & Establishment License Registration
4
ISO Certifications
5
FSSAI License
6
Halal Certification
7
Digital Signature Certificate

1) MSME Registration or Udhyog Aadhar Registration

With over 42.5 million units, and comprising over 95% of the industrial establishments in the country, the SME sector is the foundation of India’s economic growth. In fact, it is responsible for 45% of the total Indian manufacturing output. To facilitate the efforts of this sector, the ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises India, in conjunction with the Government of India, launched the Udyog Aadhaar facility. If you’re wondering ‘What is Udyog Aadhaar?’, the answer is simple: It is an identification system, similar to Aadhaar, but specifically for businesses. As an MSME/SME, you can enjoy special Udyog Aadhaar benefits through subsidies as its main purpose is to promote the growth of all businesses registered.

Udyog Aadhar Eligibility

Business entities that are classified basis their investment in plant and machinery (as per the table below) are eligible to apply for an Udyog Aadhar card.

Enterprise ClassificationTurnover ThresholdInvestment Threshold
Micro EnterpriseUp to Rs.5 croreUp to Rs.1 crore
Small EnterpriseBetween Rs.5 crore and Rs.50 croreBetween Rs.1 crore and Rs.10 crore
Medium EnterpriseBetween Rs.50 crore and Rs.100 croreBetween Rs.10 crore and Rs.20 crore

Documents required for Udyog Aadhaar new registration

  • Personal Aadhaar number
  • Name of owner
  • Category of applicant
  • Name of business
  • Type of organisation
  • Bank details
  • Key activity
  • National Industrial Classification code
  • Number of persons employed
  • Details of District Industry Centre (DIC)
  • Date of commencement

 Benefits of Udyog Aadhaar

  • Access to loans without guarantee and at subsidised rates
  • Access to financial support for participating in foreign expos
  • Access to exclusive government subsidies
  • Ability to apply for micro-business loans and other related schemes
  • Easier access to government provisions for businesses

2) Import-Export Code (IEC) Registration

IEC Code is unique code provided to every Importer and Exporter. IEC code is a 10 Digit Code. IEC Code is must for every business that is in import and export. IE Code stands for Import Export Code. It is required for any person importing or exporting goods and services to or from India.

IEC is issued by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade (DGFT), Ministry of Commerce and Industries, Government of India. Importers are not allowed to proceed without this code and exporters can’t take benefit of exports from DGFT, customs, Export Promotion Council, if they don’t have this code.

Documents Required for Registration

For Individual/ Proprietor/ Partner/ Director

  • Copy of PAN Card
  • Passport size photograph
  • Copy of Aadhaar Card/ Voter identity card
  • Authorization letter (In case of Partnership)
  • Authority from other directors on letter head (In case of Company)
  • Copy of Partnership deed (In case of Partnership)
  • Board Resolution/self declaration (In case of Company)
  • Telephone Bill in the name of the Individual (In case of individual)
  • Cancelled cheque of individual

 For Business Entity

  • Copy of PAN Card Firm/Company
  • Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
  • Copy of Rent agreement (If rented property)
  • Landlord NOC (Format will be provided by us)
  • Cancelled cheque of firm
  • Electricity/ water bill (Business Place)
  • Telephone Bill in the name of the business
  • Copy of GST returns (In case of Proprietorship)
  • Certificate of incorporation (In case of Company)
  • Bank statement of Firm/Company
  • AOA and MOA (In case of Company)

3) Shop & Establishment License Registration

The Shop and Establishment Act is applicable nationwide, and all the commercial establishments, such as the hotels, and eateries, amusement parks, theatres, and other entertainment houses, as well as any other such public amusement places, come under the purview of the Act.

What is commercial establishment meaning? The definition of a ‘Commercial Establishment’, as given in the Act is:

  • Any commercial sector, such as banking, trading or insurance establishments
  • Any establishment where individuals are employed or engaged to do office work or provide service
  • The hotels, eateries and boarding houses or a smaller café or refreshment house
  • Amusement and entertainment places such as theatres and cinema halls or amusement parks

All such above mentioned commercial establishments come under the Act and need to adhere to the norms and regulations set by the Act for the treatment of their employees. The exceptions to the Act vary in the States and each State has given a list of shops and establishments act that come into the Act, and who require the registrations under the Act to run their business in the State.

Who need to get registration?

If you are starting a commercial establishment or a shop, (as mentioned above), you need to file for registration under the Act, within 30 days of commencement of your establishment. This registration is mandatory for several reasons, including the opening of the current account in a bank. This Shop and Establishment Act license, forms as a basic license and a proof of your business to apply for other registrations required to run a business in India

RAS helps you to get registered under Shop & Establishment Act which provides ease to embark new business.

Documents Required for Registration

EST. NAME [PRIVATE LIMITED]

Certificate Of Change Of Name (Under 1956 Company Act.

EST. NAME [OTHER THEN PRIVATE LTD.]

Letter Head For The New Name

 

Rubber Stamp Of The Establishment

 

Visting Card For The New Name

 

Sale Bill

 

Purchase Bill

EST. ADDRESS

Muni. Tax Bill For New Address

 

Commencement Letter Of T.D.O Dept.

 

B.U. Permission

 

Photo Copy Of The Approved Plan

CATEGORY / NATURE / TYPE OF BUSINESS

Visiting Card / Letter Head Mentioning New Business

 

Bill Of Purchase Of New Item Of Business

OWNER NAME [PRESENT OWNER DIED

If Applicant Is The Deceased Owners Wife Then Death Certificate And Photo Copy Of Ration Card

 

If Applicant Is Other Then Decesed Owner’s Wife Then Death Certificate And Photo Copy Of Will

OWNER NAME [PRESENT OWNER WANTS TO TRANSFER OWNERSHIP]

Affidavit On Rs 50 Stamp Paper Indicating The Transfer Of Ownership

 

Copy Of Sales Tax

PROPRIETOR TO PARTNER

PARTNERSHIP DEED

PARTNER TO PROPRIETOR

DOCUMENT INDICATING DISSOLVANCE OF PARTNERSHIP

OWNER NAME

PROOF SHOWING CHANGE IN OWNER NAME ON Rs. 50 STAMP PAPER

 

Certificate Of Change Of Name (Under 1956 Company Act.

 

Muni. Tax Bill

WK HOLIDAY

PARTNERSHIP DEED

PROFESSIONAL TAX

PARTNERSHIP DEED

4) ISO Certifications

Coverage of ISO 9001:2015

  • ISO certificate specifies the requirements for a quality management system. This includes documented information, planning, and determining process interaction.
  • Any responsibilities related to resource management like human resources.
  • ISO also conducts various activities like internal audits and corrective & prevention plan. Based on this, it analyses, measures, and improves the QMS.

 Advantages of ISO Certification

International credibility:

As this is an internationally recognized mark, it would ultimately help your business establish an overseas business.

Customer satisfaction:

The ways and methods of production would improve. Thus, it would eventually result in better service to the customers.

Government tenders:

In the case of any government tenders, the ISO mark would give your business an edge over your competitors.

Business efficiency:

The ISO certification agency would help you improve your SOP and work instruction and thus it will ultimately make your business more efficient.

Product quality:

ISO mark products are of international standards. There would be fewer chances of rejection that could’ve occurred due to flawed products.

 

Marketability:

ISO (International Standards Organization) agency improves the credibility of the business and thus helps in developing business marketing directly.

 

Documetns Required for ISO

PAN CARD

PASS PORT SIZE PHOTOS

COPY OF Aadhaar Card/Voter ID Card

Two Copies of Sales/Purchase Bills

5) FSSAI License

There are three types of FSSAI Licenses

  1. Central Registration
  2. State Registration
  3. Basic Registration

Obtaining an FSSAI license is mandatory before starting any food business operation in India. All the traders, manufacturers, restaurants who are involved in food business must obtain a 14-digit license number which is printed on their food products.

FSSAI Registration Central License: Food business operators such as the Importers, 100% Export Oriented Units, large manufacturers, operators in the Central Government agencies, airports, seaports etc are however required to obtain a Central Food License. The Central license is issued by the Central Government.

FSSAI Registration State License: Food business operators like small to medium-sized manufacturers, storage units, transporters, retailers, marketers, distributors etc. are however required to obtain the Fssai State License. The State License is issued by the State Government and it is important that you have operations in only 1 state like Delhi, in order to obtain the State FSSAI License in Delhi. It is thus mostly for the units having an annual turnover of more than 12 lakh. The maximum tenure of this license is 5 years and the minimum is 1 year.

FSSAI Basic License: The Food business operators like petty food manufacturers and also the small-sized manufacturers, storage units, transporters, retailers, marketers, distributors etc are thus required to obtain the FSSAI Registration. The FSSAI Registration is however issued by the State Government. Depending upon the eligibility, an FBO can thus fall under the State or Registration license. It is thus mostly for the units having an annual turnover which is up to 12 lakh. The maximum tenure of this license is 5 years and the minimum is 1 year.

RAS Expert will guide and help you to get FSSAI license as per your requirements at economic options.

6) Halal Certification

Halal is Arabic for permissible. Halal food is that which adheres to Islamic law, as defined in the Koran.

Halal certification states that the food or the products are permissible for the followers of Islam and no haram product or procedure is used while manufacturing or processing of the same.

In other word the Halal certificate is a document that guarantees that products and services aimed at the Muslim population meet the requirements of Islamic law and therefore are suitable for consumption in both Muslim-majority countries and in Western countries where there are significant population group who practice Islam.

Our Experts will study your requirements and assist you in obtaining the certification within week time.

7) Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)

A Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) can be presented electronically to prove identity, to access services on the internet or to sign certain documents digitally. A DSC provides with a high level of security for online transactions by ensuring absolute privacy of information exchanged using a DSC.

Class 1 Certificate

Shall be issued to both Business and Private Individual

Applicability:  Basic & Minor significance and level of risk

Class 2 Certificate

Shall be issued to both Business and Private Individual

Applicability: Moderate significance and level of risk

Class 3 Certificate

Shall be issued to both individuals as well as organizations

Applicability: High significance and level of fraud risk

Primarily intended for Ecommerce applications tender filling requirements

Our Experts will cater your certificates requirement at economic options within two business working days.