Startup India Reg

  • Startup India Registration
  • Application for DIIT Certificate
Startup India Reg
  • Certificate of Incorporation
  • Detail and proof of funding if any
  • Recognition or awards received if any
  • Document of patents
  • Brief description of the business 
  • Basic details
    • Name
    • Contact detail
    • Address
    • Nature, type, and segment of business and product
    • Detail of Director and partner
    • Website
    • PAN Number

About Startup India Reg

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.

1,000.00 Excl. of GST


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Frequently Asked Questions about Startup India Reg

Q1. What is Startup?

The startup is a business model which is:

  • Introduce a new way of providing an old service or product or
  • A business model which is new and different from conventional or traditional business.

So Startup is a high-risk business model which is started on an experiment basis e.g. Tesla introduce an electric car in high-end luxury, Amazon provided an online platform for business, Paytm provided a mobile payment solution, etc.

Q2. What is the success rate of start-ups?

The success rate for start is very low because:-

  • Generally, startups are started by new entrepreneurs and generally they have no past experience in business, so there are many rookie mistakes.
  • Since start-up is a new business model so no one knows what can go wrong and things will definitely go wrong.
  • Sometimes there is a difference between expectation and reality, forecast and actual achievement.
  • Product or service is not as per actual quality and does not solve the problem which they are supposed to solve.
  • Mostly diminishing passion and patience result in the failure of the business.
Q3. What can be done for the success of the Startup?

Following are a few of the things which can help in developing a successful startup:

  • Have a mentor or guide who can give you an outside view and positive guidance.
  • Focus on solving the problem not selling the solution you have. i.e. if there is a requirement for change in your business model keep changing and improving don’t stick to one thing.
  • Do not hesitate to take help. Get benefit of government scheme and support from around, hire experts.
  • Work in an organized way – proper accounts, Government fillings, legal framework, etc.
  • 99% effort is too low for success – You might have to work 100 hours a week, no Sunday or holiday.
  • Prepare yourself for miserly time – Startups have a future projection of profits but there might not be any profit during the initial period.
  • Keep an open mind and open eyes – Learn new ways and methods of finance, operation, management, etc.
  • Have a good team – Mentor, employees, partners, vendors, investors, shareholders, experts, etc.
  • Initially, you have to take many people on board but choose wisely, especially for those who will have decision power or equity in your company.
Q4. What is Startup India Registration?

Startup India Registration is a government of India Initiative for providing a platform for start-ups for:

  • Learning and getting access to many knowledge resources.
  • Getting different types of government support and schemes.
  • Getting assistance in mentoring and networking.
  • Access to potential market and investors.
Q5. What is start-up recognition by DPIIT?

After registering under Startup India we have an option to be recognized as a startup by DPIIT (Department for promotion of Industry and Internal Trade).

Q6. What are the benefits of registering under start-up India and being recognized by DPIIT (Department for promotion of Industry and Internal Trade)?

Following are a few benefits if registered under Startup India and recognized by DPIIT.

  • The benefit under Labour law and Environmental law – For the first 5 years of incorporation:
    • You can self-certify for 6 labour laws and 3 Environmental laws.
    • No regular inspections under labour and environmental law until a complaint by a senior officer.
  • The benefit under patent law
    • The government will bear the facilitation cost only statuary fees will be payable
    • Up to 80% rebate in patten application
    • A panel of facilitators is appointed in every area by the government to assist in filling patent or trademark application
    • Fast-tracking of IP application
  • Income tax exemption for 3 consecutive years within 10 years of incorporation. But this scheme is only available for LLP and Pvt ltd Co.
  • Easy winding up of company within 3 months to 6 months under the scheme but with respecting the concept of limited liability
  • Benefit in registering under Government e-Marketplace – A online platform for Government organizations and the army to procure material and service
    • Get the opportunity to register in GeM.
    • Exemption in prior turnover and experience.
    • Exemption in bid security while filling government tender.
  • If a company receives consideration against its share above fair market value then the same will be taxable under Section 56(2)(VIIB). But the same is exempt for start-ups.

The above exemption is with some conditions

    • The exemption is only for start-ups that are private limited companies.
    • Start-ups should not invest in a specific class of assets like immovable property, transport vehicle loans, and advances and investments in other companies.
    • Consideration for shares shall be exempted up to the aggregate limit of INR 25 Crore
    • Investment can be by
      • A listed company that has a capital of 100 Crore or a turnover of 250 Crore.
      • Accredited investor,
      • Non-Resident,
      • Category 1  AIF (Alternative investment fund) e.g. Venture capitalist, Angel funds, etc.
  • A startup can get the benefit from a Credit guarantee fund for 4 years to get a loan.
Q7. What are the conditions for registering in Startup India?
  • Should not be older than 10 years
  • Business should be either a Private company, LLP, or partnership firm
  • Annual turnover should not be more than 100 Cr
  • A business entity should not be formed by splitting or merging any other business
  • The business model should work towards the development or improvement of a product, process, or service.
  • And it should be a scalable business model with a high potential for the creation of wealth & employment.
Q8. Is there any requirement for regular filling or reapplying?

No, it is a one-time registration without any further requirements of filling or follow-ups.

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