Saturday, 12 August 2017

How to Get MSME Registration Certificate?


Apply at to Get MSME Registration Certificate. It costs INR 50, 000

Documents Required for Firm Registration

• Your Aadhaar Number.
• Name of Applicant.
• Social Category.
• Gender
• Name of Enterprise / Business.
• Type of Organization you are opting for.
• Your PAN number.
• Location of Plant you are setting up in a place.
• Your current office Address. • Mobile Number.
• Your E- Mail ID.
• Date of Commencement of Business.
• Your Bank Account Number.
• Bank IFS Code.
• Main Business Activity of Enterprise
• NIC 2 Digit Code.
• Additional details about Business.
• Number of employees
• Investment in Plant & Machinery / Equipment
• Attachment of your scan copy of Aadhaar card

The registration process simply requires you an application for the MSME registration that has to be prepared and submitted to the respective government office according to the latest rules and regulations.

Submit these all documents at       along with registration fee Rs 50,000

MSME Registration is an optional Registration under the MSMED Act that provides Micro, Small and Medium sized enterprises with a host of benefits and access to subsidies and schemes.

MSME stands for micro, small and medium enterprises, and these are the backbone of any developing economy. To support and promote MSMEs, the Government of India through various subsidies, schemes and incentives promote MSMEs through the MSMED Act. To avail the benefits under the MSMED Act from Central or State Government and the Banking Sector, MSME Registration is required. A Micro Enterprise in the manufacturing sector is an enterprise with less than Rs. 25 lakhs of investment in plant & machinery. A Micro Enterprise in the service sector is an enterprise with less than Rs. 10 lakhs of investment in plant & machinery.


There are three slabs which are prescribed under MSME Act to define an enterprise:
Type of Enterprise
Manufacturing Enterprises
(Investment in Plant and Machinery)
Service Industry
(Investment in equipment)
Does not exceed Rs. 25 Lakh
Does not exceed Rs. 10 Lakh
Exceeds Rs. 25 Lakh but does not  exceed Rs. 5 Crore
Exceeds Rs. 25 Lakh but does not  exceed Rs. 5 Crore
Exceeds Rs. 5 Crore but does not  exceed Rs. 10 Crore
Exceeds Rs. 2 Crore but does  not exceed Rs. 5 Crore

The registration for a medium enterprise which is engaged in manufacturing is necessary to be registered for other enterprises registration is optional.


All Micro & Small Enterprises which are registered with the Director of Industries (DI)/District Industries Centre (DIC) as manufacturing/service enterprises or having Acknowledgement of Entrepreneurs Memorandum (EM Part-II) are eligible for registration with NSIC under its Single Point Registration Scheme (SPRS).

Micro & Small Enterprises who have already commenced their commercial production but not completed one year of existence. The Provisional Registration Certificate can be issued to such Micro & Small Enterprises under Single Point Registration scheme with monitory limit, minimum amount of money to be invested, of Rs. 5 Lacs which shall be valid for the period of one year only from the date of issue after levying the registration fee and obtaining the requisite documents.

How to apply:
Micro and Small enterprises could be applied through online application that is provided by the prescribed state website(State website’s of thou are applying for registration) respective state in which or by submitting the application form in duplicate which is to be submitted the concerned Zonal/Branch Office of NSIC located nearest to the unit.

Step 1: Provisional Small Scale Industry (SSI) Registration
To obtain SSI registration you must apply for provisional SSI registration certificate. This certificate is given when the unit is in pre-operative stage and helps SSI unit obtain term loans and working capital. This license is given for five years.
One could apply for this certificate online through the state website or by applying in the concerned zonal department.

Important Documents for Provisional SSI registration:
·         Three passport size photographs of proprietors/partners/directors, as the case may be.
·         Photocopy of the partnership deed in case of a partnership unit. It is not necessary that the partnership should be registered under the partnership Act.
·         Copy of the Memorandum and Articles of Association in case of Private Company along with certificate of incorporation. Copy of the resolution of the company authorising one of the Directors of the company to sign the application form and also appear for the interview.
·         Proof of legal possession i.e. rent receipt, NOC from the landlord with proof of ownership, the power load authorised by the connection holder to the applicant
·         Provisional Registration would be allowed in approved Industrial areas only after the Unit has obtained consent to establish from Delhi Pollution Control Committee
·         Some of the documents may differ because each state has different requirements of documents. Above given documents are minimum required documents which are to be submitted

Benefits of Provisional SSI registration
·         Material for construction of factory building : The material which is needed for construction of the factory or building would be available to the factory at subsidized rates from government
·         Apply for Municipal Corporation License & power connection. With the provisional registration the company would be able to get all the clearances from the concerned authorities.
Step 2: Start the Business
The next step towards having a permanent license is to start the business with SSI certificate. The owner should start the production in the factory so that permanent licence could be given.
Step 3: Apply for Permanent SSI registration
After you have started the business you should apply for permanent SSI registration. This could be done by applying online through state website or through the Zonal office or district office of the department.
Requirements for applying PRC(Permanent Registration Certificate)
·         You may apply for the PRC without an industrial license in case your unit is listed in Schedule-III of the Industrial Licensing Exemption Notification. Other units must first acquire an industrial license.
·         The unit should have obtained all clearances from the pollution control board, drug control board etc.
·         The unit should not violate any locational restriction
·         The original value of plant including machinery should be within prescribed limits for which you are applying.
·         The unit should not be a subsidiary, owned or controlled by another industrial undertaking.

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