Public Company

  • Company Registration (CIN)
  • Share Certificate
  • 3 DIN
  • 7 DSC with token
  • GST Registration
  • AOA
  • MOA
  • Company Name Search Assistance
  • Company Name Application (RUN application once)
  • TAN
  • PAN
  • Current Account Opening Assistance
  • Government fees for 5 lakh share capital
Minimum 3 Director
  • Specimen signature
  • Address Proof
    • Passport, DL, Ration card, Aadhar card
  • Residential proof with the utility of not more than 2 months old
    • Bank Statement, Phone bill, electricity bill
  • Photos
  • Self Declaration
Minimum 7 Shareholder
  • Address Proof
Address Proof of company
  • Rented
    • Notarized rent/lease agreement
    • NOC from landlord
    • Address proof with landlord name
  • Self-owned
    • Registered document of title
    • Proof address of utility bill

About Public Company

Get your private limited company incorporated with a very convenient process and get help from experts in the comfortable environment of your home or office.

Note – Charges are based on minimum government fees or structure state-wise. If there are additional services or extra government fees, then the same has to be borne by the service receiver.

15,999.00 Excl. of GST


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Frequently Asked Questions about Public Company

Q1. What is a Public Company?

A company that has all the features of a private company and avail all benefits of corporate is a public company. It has the right to issue shares to the public.

Q2. How it is different from a private company?

Following are the major differences between public and private ltd companies:

Factors Private company Public Company
1. Minimum Director 2 3
2. Minimum shareholder 2 7
3. Maximum shareholder 200 unlimited
4. Share to Public Can Not issue Can Issue
5. Regulation less more
6. Suffix Pvt. Ltd. Ltd.
7. Suitable for Small to medium businesses Medium to large business
Q3. How shares are made public?

There are two ways to issue shares in a public ltd company:

  • When a company feels to go to the public it lists its share in the stock exchange so that general public can buy share and invest in the company.
  • Or in the case where the company is small or does not want to get listed, it can issue shares to family, employees, private investors, peers and etc.
Q4. What are the major differences between listed and unlisted shares?
S# Factors Listed shares Unlisted shares
1 Investors General public Friends, family, private investors
2 Platform Stock exchange Private contracts
3 Security transaction tax Applicable Not applicable
4 Liquidity of shares High Low
5 Regulatory requirement High Low

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