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  • 1 Digital Signature Certificate
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Certification agency authorized by the Controller of Certification Agencies. These include private agencies like NIC, E-Mudhra, MTNL Trust line etc  The applicant must obtain a Class-II Digital Signature Certificate from a certification agency authorized by the Controller of Certification Agencies. Under MCA21 programme, new e-forms have been notified vide GSR No. 56(E) dated 10.02.2006 and statutory filing, in the office of RoC on the basis of the new e-forms only. To make these new e-forms legally recognized and authenticate, Digital Signature Certificate issued by National Informatics Center is required.  As such, all filings done by the LLP(s) are required to be filed with the use of Digital Signatures by the person authorised to sign the documents.

    Can be taken simultaneously with DPIN/DIN
    A Class-II Digital Signature Certificate can be obtained for either a period of 1 year or a period of 2 years, and then needs to be renewed for another 1 or 2 years upon payment of renewal fees. Each agency has its own fee structure, ranging from INR 700 to INR 2500. The cost will vary in accordance with the duration of the Digital Signature Certificate. Once the Digital Signature Certificate is obtained, the authorized personnel (director/manager/secretary) are required to register the same with MCA for statutory e-filing.

    Application for this can be submitted online through Link
    Further details can be viewed at Link | Link2
     1-3 Days  Click here
  • 2 Director Identification Number (DIN)/DPIN
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria  Time  Link
    Office of Regional Director (Specific Region), Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA)  Director Identification Number (DIN), is a unique identification number allotted to an individual who is an existing director of a company (refers to Private, Public, OPC, Producer Company, Section 8 company) or intends to be appointed as director of a company.
    Obtain Director Identification Number (DIN) for proposed directors of the new company. For LLP, obtain Designated Partner Identification PIN (DPIN)

    You need to file e-Form DIR-3 in order to obtain DIN or DPIN. In case you already have a DIN (Director Identification Number), the same can be used as a DPIN.

    Can be taken simultaneously with DSC.
    Any individual who is an existing director of a company or intends to be appointed as director of any company has to get the DIN from MCA. DSC (Digital Signature Certificate) for all the Directors (for applying of DIN).

    Step I. Obtain provisional DIN
    Submit form DIN-1 online for obtaining provisional DIN. Form DIN-1 is available under 'Apply for DIN' tab on the left-hand side panel under DIN' link on the homepage of MCA portal. Application for DIN can be made in : Link

    Step II. Pay DIN application fee
    Login to the MCA portal and click on 'Pay miscellaneous fee' link available under the 'Services' tab. Select 'DIN application fee' option and enter the provisional DIN. Make the payment of the fee.

    Step III. Dispatch of DIN application
    Take a print-out of Form DIN-1. Fill the Service Request Number (SRN) of the fee paid. Sign the DIN application form manually and paste a good resolution photograph in the space earmarked. Attach the photocopies of the 'Proof of Identity' and the 'Proof of Residence' with DIN application form and tick the relevant checkbox against the document name. Get the photograph and the attached supporting documents attested. Complete set of documents is required to be sent to MCA DIN Cell at Noida, by post, courier or hand delivery, as per convenience, within 60 days from the date of generation of provisional DIN online.

    Step IV. Processing of DIN application
    DIN application is received by MCA DIN Cell. DIN application form and attached supporting documents are scrutinized and if found in order, the provisional DIN is approved and activated in the system. Status of the application can also be tracked from the 'DIN Approval status' tab in the DIN corner.

    Step V. Intimate approved DIN to your companies
    On approval of DIN, intimate your DIN to all the company(ies) (within a period of 30 days from the date of approval) in which you are a director, in Form DIN-2.

    Step VI. Company to intimate your DIN to ROC
    After the Director has intimated the DIN allotted to the company(ies), the company(ies) is/are then required to intimate the DINs of its directors to the ROC in Form DIN-3 within a period of seven days of receiving form DIN-2.

    Step VII. Post-approval changes in particulars of DIN-1
    If there is any change in the particulars submitted in form DIN-1, file Form DIN-4 for intimating the changes in the particulars within 30 days. For instance, in the event of a change of address of a director, he/ she is required to intimate this change by submitting Form DIN-4 along with the required attested documents with MCA DIN Cell.

    Step VIII. Payment of DIN application fee
    Log in to MCA portal and click on 'Pay miscellaneous fee' link under the 'Services' tab. Select 'DIN application fee' option and enter the provisional DIN. Click submit button to make payment using any of the three modes of payment.
    1 Day  Click here
  • 3 For approval of the name of Private/Public Limited Company and incorporation thereof
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Office of Registrar of Companies (RoC), Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA)  Private Limited or Public Limited Company
    Any entity, individual or association desirous of starting a company under a specific name has to get the Name Availability Letter from RoC.
    In case of Private Limited or Public Limited Company:
    (a) Copy of Registration Certificate issued by Registrar of company
    (b) Copy of passport of a director
    (c) Copy of election card of a director
    (d) Copy of Registration Certificate issued by Custom and Central Excise Authority
    (e) Copy of driving license of a director
    (f) Copy of the last electricity bill of place of business
    (g) Copy of the last bill of property tax of place of business OR
    (h) Copy of the last telephone bill of place of business

    The process is as follows:
    1. Check availability of the proposed name by checking on the MCA21 portal for other companies or LLPs having similar names. Alternatively, engage a professional (practicing chartered accountant, company secretary or cost accountant) to perform the check on the MCA21 portal and provide a search report which can be attached to the application.
    2. Prepare the application in e-Form INC-1 with all relevant details and declarations. If a professional has been engaged to check the availability of the name, have the professional certify and digitally sign the e-Form.
    3. Upload the e-Form INC-1 to the MCA21 portal and pay fees of INR 1,000 electronically (net banking or credit card).
    4. If the e-Form has been certified by a professional (as described above), the proposed name shall be approved by the Registrar of Companies on a priority basis via the Straight Through Process (STP), provided the name is not similar to any existing trademark, any of the words proposed in the company's name does not exactly match any existing company's name and the name does not consist of a single word (other than private limited).
    5. The name, if made available to the applicant, will be reserved for the applicant to use for 60 days from the date of application. If the proposed company is not incorporated during this 60-day period, the approval will lapse and the name will be available to other applicants.

    Once the Name Availability Letter is issued, the company name is reserved for 60 days, within which period applicant should get the company registered with RoC.
    2-7 Days  1.Click here
    2.Click here
  • 4 Certificate of Incorporation
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Office of Registrar of Companies (RoC), Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA)  The Certificate of Incorporation brings a company into existence as a legal entity. A company’s life commences from the date mentioned in the Certificate of Incorporation and date appearing on it is conclusive. A Certificate of Incorporation not only creates a company, it also is conclusive evidence that all requirements of the Companies Act have been complied with.

    •For any new company, it is mandatory to get Certificate of Incorporation before it commences its business.
    •For an existing company, if there is a change of place of registered office or change of director/ manager, or change of incorporation of the company, it is necessary to get it certified.
    •Registration is applicable to all types of companies excluding universities, co-operative societies, unincorporated trading, scientific and other societies.
    •Filing for Incorporation through Form SPICe (INC-32) 
    - Stakeholders can avail of 5 different services (Name Reservation, Allotment of Director Identification Number (DIN), Incorporation of New Company, Allotment of PAN and Allotment of TAN) in one form by applying for incorporation of a new company through SPICe form (INC-32).
    - Simplified Proforma for Incorporating Company electronically (SPICe), with e-MoA (INC-33) and e-AOA (INC-34). In case e-MoA and e-AoA are not applicable, users are required to attach the pdf attachments of MoA and AoA. There is no need for reserving a name separately before filing SPICe. One name for the proposed company can be applied for in SPICe (INC-32).
    - MCA21 system will auto-generate the pre-filled application forms 49A (PAN) and 49B (TAN) after submission of SPICe, which the stakeholders will be required to download, affix digital signature and then upload both signed forms on the MCA21 system as linked forms.
    - The new version of SPICe incorporation form will be processed only after Forms 49A and 49B are duly signed, uploaded and payment is confirmed by MCA.

    •Section 8 Company (Companies with charitable objects) can also be incorporated using SPICe form but after reserving a name using INC-1. Incorporation through INC-7 in exceptional cases (For details, SPICe FAQs on home page may be referred)
    - Apply for the name of the company to be registered by first filing Form INC-1.
    - After approval of the name, depending upon the proposed company type, file the incorporation forms listed below: Link

    •Any foreign company can establish its place of business in India by filling e-Form FC-1. The e-Form needs to be digitally signed by authorized representative of the foreign company. There is no need to apply and obtain DIN for directors of a foreign company. However, it is mandatory to register the DSC of the authorized representative of the foreign company via associate DSC service available at MCA portal.

    •For LLP
    - Form INC 2 is to be duly filled and submitted to RoC for incorporation of LLP
    - Form 3 (Information with regard to LLP agreement and changes, if any made therein) to be filled within 30 days of incorporation of companies. Form 3 is available at Link                 
    - Form 4 (Notice of appointment of a partner/ Designated Partner, his consent etc.) to be filled within 30 days of the date of incorporation

     

    As per the guidelines share by authority

    Click here

    LLP Form 3 is available at Link

  • 5 Registration for Permanent Account Number (PAN)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Central Board of Direct Taxes, Ministry of Finance, Government of India  Any person can apply for PAN through Income Tax Department. PAN was introduced to facilitates linking of various documents, including payment of taxes, assessment, tax demand, tax arrears etc. relating to an assessee, to facilitate easy retrieval of information and to facilitate matching of information relating to investment, raising of loans and other business activities of taxpayers collected through various sources, both internal as well as external, for detecting and combating tax evasion and widening of tax base. Details can be read at Link
    Following are mandated to register and obtain PAN:
    •All existing assesses or taxpayers or persons who are required to furnish a return of income, even on behalf of others, must obtain PAN.
    •Any person, who intends to enter into financial transaction where quoting PAN is mandatory, must also obtain PAN.
    •The Assessing Officer may also allot PAN to any person either on his own or on a specific request from such person.
    Link
    Previously PAN was filled separately however now MCA21 system will auto-generate the pre-filled application forms 49A (PAN) and 49B (TAN) after submission of SPICe, which the stakeholders will be required to download, affix digital signature and then upload both signed forms on MCA21 system as linked forms
    6 Days Details can be read at Link

    Form is available at Link
  • 6 Registration for Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number (TAN)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Central Board of Direct Taxes, Ministry of Finance, Government of India  TAN or Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number is a 10 digit alpha numeric number required to be obtained by all persons who are responsible for deducting or collecting of tax. It is compulsory to quote TAN in TDS/TCS return (including any e-TDS/TCS return), any TDS/TCS payment challan and TDS/TCS certificates. An application for allotment of TAN is to be filed in Form 49B and submitted to any TIN-FC or NSDL. Form 49B is freely downloadable from NSDL-TIN website. It is also available at TIN-FCs. An application (Form 49B) can be submitted through TAN online at the NSDL-TIN website. Once submitted through online, an acknowledgment containing a unique 14 digit acknowledgment number is generated on the screen. This acknowledgment should be printed and dispatched to NSDL at the address mentioned on NSDL-TIN website along with the processing fee which is INR 65. The payment can be made by DD/cheque, payable at par in Mumbai, favoring NSDL-TIN or by credit card.
    Link

    Documents required:
    1. Proof of starting a business
    2. Account details and documents
    3. Details of the employees
    (a) Monthly wages
    (b) No. of employees

    Previously TAN was filled separately however now the MCA21 system will auto-generate the pre-filled application forms 49A (PAN) and 49B (TAN) after submission of SPICe, which the stakeholders will be required to download, affix digital signature and then upload both signed forms on the MCA21 system as linked forms.
    7 Days  Click here
  • 7 GST Registration
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Centre will levy and administer CGST & IGST while respective states will levy and administer SGST  The GST would replace the following taxes:
    (i) taxes currently levied and collected by the Centre:
    a. Central Excise duty
    b. Duties of Excise (Medicinal and Toilet Preparations)
    c. Additional Duties of Excise (Goods of Special Importance)
    d. Additional Duties of Excise (Textiles and Textile Products)
    e. Additional Duties of Customs (commonly known as CVD)
    f. Special Additional Duty of Customs (SAD)
    g. Service Tax
    h. Central Surcharges and Cesses so far as they relate to supply of goods and services
    (ii) State taxes that would be subsumed under the GST are:
    a. State VAT
    b. Central Sales Tax
    c. Luxury Tax
    d. Entry Tax (all forms)
    e. Entertainment and Amusement Tax (except when levied by the local bodies)
    f. Taxes on advertisements
    g. Purchase Tax
    h. Taxes on lotteries, betting and gambling
    i. State Surcharges and Cesses so far as they relate to supply of goods and services

    However, Alcohol for human consumption, Petroleum
    Products viz. petroleum crude, motor spirit (petrol),
    high-speed diesel, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel&
    Electricity would be outside the purview of GST. VAT and excise duty would be applicable to them.
    The business will be required to submit the following documents:
    Business detail:
    - Registration Certificate
    - Partnership Deed (If applicable)
    - Promoters/Partners photograph
    - Authorized Signatory: Proof of appointment, photo
    - Address proof of principal/additional place of business;
    - Bank accounts- Statements/First page;

    Registration can be done at the below link: Link

    Step by step details are shared here: Link

    Further details can be viewed at: Link
    10 days till approval. 7 days for certification  Click here
  • 8 Value-Added Tax (VAT)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Department of Trade and Taxes, Government State  Application for the Certificate of Registration under GVAT Act 2003. (In case of turnover exceeding INR 5 lakhs, having sales of above INR 10,000 VAT applicable items)
    After GST, applicable for products/services outside the purview of GST. These being alcohol for human consumption, petroleum
    products viz. petroleum crude, motor spirit (petrol),
    high-speed diesel, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel and electricity.
    The business will be required to have submitted a provisional income tax return and pay the first quarter payment where applicable before registration.

    Other mandatory requirements:
    1.Map of the business location (sketch)
    2.Proof of ownership or tenancy of the business premises
    3.Latest bank statements covering a period of three months
    4.Business plan and projected cash flow for one year (typed)
    5.Certificate of Incorporation or Registration of the business copy
    6.Tax Clearance Certificate copy
    7.VAT Knowledge form
    8.Form DVAT 04: Application for registration under Value Added Tax Act, 2004 must be filed with Department of Trade and Taxes, Government of the state. Online registration for VAT has been introduced on April 30, 2015. The following documents are required to be submitted along with the application:
    (i) Parts A, B, C & D of the Form-DVAT-04 duly filled in
    (ii) Proof of incorporation of the applicant dealer i.e. in case of a private company, incorporation certificate and constitutional documents
    (iii) Proof of identity of authorized signatory signing the Registration Application Form
    (iv) Two self-addressed envelopes (without stamps)
    (v) In case of a dealer applying for registration and simultaneously opting for payment of tax under composition scheme, an application in Form DVAT 01 is to be attached along with this application.
    Link
    12-15 Days Click here
  • 9 Excise Tax Registration
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Central Board of Excise and Customs  Manufacturers whose goods are exempted form payment of duty on the basis of the aggregate annual value of their clearances being below the limit of INR 50 lakhs. However, even in respect of such units, they are required to give a declaration to the Central Excise Department each year before the 15th April indicating the goods manufactured and the value of the annual clearances.

    •Every manufacturer of excisable goods (including Central/State Government undertakings or undertakings owned or controlled by autonomous corporations) on which excise duty is leviable
    •Persons who desire to issue CENVATABLE invoices under the provisions of the CENVAT Credit Rules, 2001
    •Persons holding private warehouses
    •Persons who obtain excisable goods for availing end-use based exemption notification
    •Exporters manufacturing or processing export goods by using duty paid inputs and intending to claim rebate of such duty or by using inputs received without payment of duty and exporting the finished export goods

    After GST, the Excise tax is only applicable to products/services outside the purview of GST. These being alcohol for human consumption, petroleum
    products viz. petroleum crude, motor spirit (petrol),
    high-speed diesel, natural gas and aviation turbine fuel and
    electricity.
    Procedure for Registration: The person who wishes to get Central Excise registration has to make an application for registration to the jurisdictional Superintendent of Central Excise in the Form R-1. The application should contain:
    1. Particulars of the person applying for registration, name of the firm, address, other details like income-tax number, sales tax number, bankers name, account numbers
    2. Ground plan of the premises
    3. Partnership Deed (in case the manufacturer is a partnership firm)
    4. Memorandum and Articles of Association (in case the manufacturer is a company registered under Companies Act)
    5. By-laws of the society (in case the manufacturer is a cooperative society)
    6. Copies of Board resolutions, authorizing the officers concerned to sign and execute the application pertaining to Central Excise matter. Under the provisions of rule 174 of CER, 1944 separate registration certificate is required for separate premises. Transfer of business from one person to another requires a fresh application for registration.
    Link
     
    The application for registration is required by law to be sanctioned within 30 days of filing.   Click here
  • 10 Importer Exporter Code (IEC)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Director General of Foreign Trade, Government of India (DGFT)  Every firm/company is mandated to procure Importer Exporter Code from DGFT under the Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992. Any industry that undertakes the import or export of goods is required to procure IEC. However, some categories of importers or exporters exempted from obtaining Importer - Exporter Code (IEC) are mentioned below:
    •Ministries/Departments of the Central or a State Government
    •Persons importing or exporting goods for their personal use not connected with trade or manufacturing or agriculture
    •Persons importing/exporting goods from/to Nepal, Myanmar through Indo-Myanmar border areas and China, provided the CIF value of a single consignment does not exceed Indian INR 25, 000
    Link

    Details available at Link
    As per the guidelines share by authority  Click here
  • 1 Udyog Aadhar Memorandum (UAM) instead of the previous Entrepreneurship Memorandum (EM)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    District Industries Centre The Government has enacted the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 stepping up the investment limit in Plant & Machinery to Rs.5 crores for small enterprises and Rs.10 crores for medium enterprises, so as to reduce the regulatory interface with the majority of the industrial units. Over the period Government has pruned the list of items reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE sector vide Notification No. 998(E) dated 10-04-2015, remaining 20 items which were earlier reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE Sector has been de-reserved. Presently no item is reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE Sector. For micro/small/medium enterprise, engaged in providing services or engaged in the manufacture or production of goods.

    A one-page simple registration form for online filing of UAM has been introduced which replaces the filing of Entrepreneur’s Memorandum Part I&II. The filing of UAM can be done on Link.
    A. EM-I has been abolished. Hence, it is not required to be filed through Udyog Aadhaar.
    B. Udyog Aadhaar is for running units. Hence, it is not required to be applied for upcoming units.
    1. Aadhaar Number - 12 digit Aadhaar Number issued to the applicant should be filled in the appropriate field.
    2. Name of owner- The Applicant should fill his/her name strictly as mentioned on the Aadhaar Card issued by UIDAI
    3. Social category- The Applicant may select the social category (General, Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Castes).
    4. Gender- The Applicant can select gender of the entrepreneur
    5. Physically Handicapped- The Applicant can select Physically Handicapped status of entrepreneur
    6. Name of Enterprise- The Applicant must fill the name by which his/her enterprise is known to the customers/public and is a legal entity to conduct business.
    7. Type of organization- The Applicant may select from the given list the appropriate type of the organization for his/her enterprise.
    8. PAN Number - The Applicant has to enter his/ her PAN Number.
    9. Location of Plant- The Applicant may add multiple plant locations in one registration by clicking 'Add Plant' button.
    10. Official Address- The Applicant should fill the complete postal address of the enterprise in the appropriate field.
    11. Date of Commencement- The date in the past on which the business entity commenced its operations may be filled in the appropriate field.
    12. Previous registration details (if any)- If the Applicant's enterprise, for which the Udyog Aadhaar is being applied, is already issued a valid EM-I/II by the concerned GM (DIC) as per the MSMED Act 2006 or the SSI registration prevailing prior to the said Act, such number may be mentioned in the appropriate place.
    13. Bank details- The Applicant must provide his/her bank account number used for running the Enterprise in the appropriate place.
    14. Major activity- The major activity i.e. either 'manufacturing' or 'service' may be chosen by the enterprise for Udyog Aadhaar.
    15. National Industry Classification Code (NIC Code)- The Applicant may choose multiple National Industrial Classification-2008 (NIC) Codes to includes all their activities.
    16. Person employed- The total number of people who are directly been paid salary/ wages by the enterprise may be mentioned in the appropriate field.
    17. lnvestment in Plant and Machinery/ Equipment- While computing the total investment, the original investment (purchase value of items) is to be taken into account
    18. DIC- The Applicant, based on the location of the enterprise, has to fill in the location of DIC.
    19. Submit- The Applicant must click on Submit button to generate acknowledgment number.
    As per the guidelines share by authority Click here
  • 2 Industrial Entrepreneurship Memorandum (IEM)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    (Secretariat for Industrial Approval (SIA), New Delhi) For setting up projects other than SME, and not included in the list of compulsory licensing provision (Items being manufactured should not fall under Schedule I- reserved for public sector, Schedule II- Under compulsory license, or Schedule III- for small-scale sector) (Check link for the list)

    • Online application in prescribed form   
    (IEM) Part-A on Link
    Codes of Industries for form filling: Link

    The format of the follow-up report to be submitted:
    • Till commencement of production – Status of the project
    • After commencement of production – 
    online Part-B file on Link

     

    Requirement of location policy is fulfilled:
    Proposed unit should be at least 25 km away from the standard urban area limits of the cities (population more than a mn, unless located in an area designated as an 'industrial area')

    Local zoning and land use regulations of a state government or regulations of Ministry of Environment which do not permit setting up of an industry at a location should be adhered to (Notified ' non-polluting industries' like electronics, computer software and printing are exempt from locational restrictions)

    Environment Protection Act 1986 has listed 29 projects for which environmental clearance needs to be obtained from the Ministry of Environment.

    Procedure:
    (a) The IEM can be submitted to the EAU of the SIA in person or by post along with a crossed demand draft of INR 1,000/- (approx. USD 23) drawn in favour of “The Pay & Accounts Officer, Department of Industrial Development,”, payable at State Bank of India, Nirman Bhawan branch, New Delhi for up to 10 items proposed to be manufactured in the same unit. For more than 10 items, an additional fee of INR 250 (approx. USD 5-6) for up to 10 additional items needs to be paid through crossed demand draft.

    (b) A computer acknowledgement containing the SIA Registration Number (for future reference) is issued across the counter immediately if delivered in person, or sent by post if received through post. No further approval from SIA is required.

    (c) All industrial undertakings also need to file information in Part ‘B’ of the IEM at the time of commencement of commercial production to EAU in SIA. No fee is required for filing Part B.

    (d) All industrial undertakings whether exempt or not from compulsory industrial licensing, are required to submit a monthly production return in the proforma at the following address every month, so as to reach the Industrial Statistics Unit (ISU) by the 10th of the following month, along with a copy to the concerned administrative ministry/ department/ authorities. Joint Director Industrial Statistics Unit (ISU), Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion. This information is used to compile the Index of Industrial Production (IIP). Details and the prescribed format are available at the website: Link. In the case of small-scale industrial undertakings, the monthly production return should be submitted to the appropriate state government or Commissioner of Industries and to the Department of Small Scale and Agro & Rural Industries, Government of India along with a copy to the Small Industries Service Institute.

    (e) An IEM would be cancelled/ deleted from the SIA records if, on scrutiny, it is found that the proposal contained in the IEM is licensable. 
    As per the guidelines share by authority 1. Part A
    2. Part B
  • 3 Letter of Intent (LoI)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Secretariat for Industrial Approval, New Delhi Projects requiring compulsory licensing.
    For projects which fall under the purview of industries who have to undertake industrial license before commencing production
    Industrial Policy since 1991 has been more for facilitating the industrial development rather than anchoring it through permits and controls.

    Industrial licensing has, therefore, been abolished for most of the industries and there are only 4 industries at present related to security, strategic and environmental concerns, where an industrial license is currently required:
    - Electronic aerospace and defense equipment: all types
    - Industrial explosives including detonating fuses, safety fuses, gunpowder, nitrocellulose, and matches
    - Specified Hazardous chemicals i.e.
    (i) Hydrocyanic acid and its derivatives
    (ii) Phosgene and its derivatives, and
    (iii) Isocyanates & Diisocyanates of hydrocarbon, not elsewhere specified (example Methyl Isocyanate)
    - Cigars and cigarettes of tobacco and manufactured tobacco substitutes

    A number of initiatives have been taken for Ease of doing business for Industrial Licensing, which include online application submission for Industrial License (IL) and Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum (IEM) on 24X7 basis at eBiz website, increasing initial validity period of Industrial License has been increased to three years from earlier two years with extension of validity up to seven years, simplification of application forms for Industrial License and Industrial Entrepreneur Memorandum etc.

    Sample form is available at: Link | Link 2
    As per the guidelines share by authority Click here
  • 1 Land allotment in Industrial Estates
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Vice Chairman and Managing Director-APIIC
    A.P. Industrial Infrastructure Corporation(APIIC)
    1. Detailed project report with process flow chart and justification of land requirements
    2. Detailed financial status report showing the financial net worth of the Promoter duly specifying the financial Promoters
    3. Entrepreneurs Memorandum part I / part II (SSI Registration) or GDTD Certification or applicable certification
    4. Copy of partnership deed /Articles of memorandum & Association of the company / Society registration (as applicable)
    5. Plant / Machinery layout with details of greenery / lawn to be maintained as per the APPCB norms, if any
    6. Certificate copy of community /Caste certificate, if any
    7. Certificate copy of address proof
    8. Copy of PAN card for identity proof
    9. Photograph of the applicants 
    1. Finalization of action on the valid applications for allotment of land/sheds - within 45 days
    2. Issue of Provisional allotment letter along with site plan after taking decision on allotment - within 7 days
    3. Issue of final allotment letter on receipt of the entire cost of the plot/shed - within 7 days
    4. Execution and Registration of Agreement of sale On receipt of the documents in the prescribed Form - within 21 days
    80 Days Click here
  • 2 Approval of change of land use for Industrial purpose
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Chief Commissioner of Land Administration The payment will be indicated by the concerned officer after the verification

     

    •5% of basic value of land for GVMC and VMC limit
    •For other areas, 9% of basic value of land
    Application to be filed online through Single Desk system at: Link
    . Through Common Application Form for Pre-Operation available at: Link
    and application form given in Annexure 1.
    1. If in Master Plan - 10 days
    2. If not in Master Plan – 21 days
    Click here
  • 3 Land in SEZ
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Development Commissioner  Tax exemptions and other Incentives to SEZ In India:

    • No license required for import.
    • Exemption from customs duty on import of capital goods, raw materials, consumables, spares etc 
    • Exemption from Central Excise duty on procurement of capital goods, raw materials, consumable spares etc. from the domestic market. Supplies from DTA to SEZ units treated as deemed exports. Reimbursement of Central Sales Tax paid on domestic purchases.
    • 100% income tax exemption for a block of five years,50% tax exemptions for five years and up to 50% of the Profits ploughed back for next 5 years under section 10-A of Income-tax Act
    • Supplies from DTA to SEZ to be treated as exports under 80HHC of the IT Act. 
    • Reimbursement of duty paid on furnace oil procured from domestic oil companies to SEZ units as per the rate of Drawback notified by the Directorate General of Foreign Trade.
    • 100% Foreign Direct Investment in manufacturing, sector allowed through automatic route. Profits allowed to be repatriated freely without any dividend balancing requirement.
    • In-house Customs Clearance on fast Track, based on self-certification.
    • SEZ units may be for manufacturing, trading or service activity.
    • SEZ unit to be positive net foreign exchange earner within three years. 
    • Performance of the units to be monitored by a Committee headed by Development Commissioner and consisting of Customs.
    • Facility to retain 100% foreign exchange receipts in EEFC Account. 
    • Facility to realize and repatriate export proceeds within 12 months. 
    • Re-export imported goods found defective, goods imported from foreign suppliers on loan basis etc. without G.R. Waiver under intimation to the Development Commissioner. Commodity hedging by SEZ units permitted. 
    • Capitalization of import payables. No cap on foreign investment.
    • Domestic Sales on full duty subject to import policy in force.
    • No fixed wastage norms.
    • Full freedom for subcontracting including subcontracting abroad. 
    • Subcontracting facility available to jewellery units.
    • Duty-free goods to be utilized in 5 years.
    • Job work on behalf of domestic exporters for direct export allowed.
    • No routine examination by Customs of export and import cargo. No separate documentation required for customs and Exim Policy. 
    • Support services like banking, post office clearing agents etc. provided in Zone Complex. Developed plots and ready to use built-up space available in SEZ.
    • Exemption from Custom/Excise Duty on goods for setting up industries in the zone.

    State-Government Incentives to SEZ Units:
    • Zero rating of Input VAT for purchases from Domestic Tariff Area (DTA)
    • Exemption from Stamp duty
    • Exemption from Electricity Duty
    • Public Utility status
    • Capital subsidies and Other incentives depending on size of Investment and Employment
    List of operational SEZ units: Link Please refer to the latest guidelines for timelines and other details in case of updates Click here 
  • 4 EOU Land
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Development Commissioner MPEZ An EOU can be set up by any entrepreneur for manufacturing of goods and also for rendering services. An EOU can be set up for repair, reconditioning, re-making and re-engineering also.
    Trading activity is not allowed in the EOU Scheme.  EOU unit is required to achieve only positive Net Foreign Exchange (NFE) over a period of 5 years.
    Policy for EOU is given in Chapter-6 Foreign Trade Policy and Chapter 6 of Handbook of Procedure (Vol. – I) at Link
    APPROVAL PROCEDURE  Letter of Permission (LOP)  After submitting the application form and if every thing is in order, Letter of Permission (LOP) is issued by the Zone Administration within 2 weeks after interview of the promoter by the Approval Committee. For format of LOP please see Appendix 14-IE   Legal undertaking (LUT)  A legal undertaking in the prescribed form undertaking to abide by the terms and conditions of the LOP has to be executed by the unit in format given at Appendix 14-1F. A Green Card will be issued to the unit by the Zone Administration on request.  Please refer to the latest guidelines for timelines and other details in case of updates Click here
  • 5 Purchase of private land
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Revenue & Land Reforms Department   Before Purchasing Land, Ensure the following steps are complete: Check the encumbrance of the land. Check the Land use classification
    Check availability of infrastructure like Water, Power, Access roads, manpower, etc.
    The District Collector accords permission for drawal of water of less than 1 mgd in consultation with W.R.D., subject to clearance from Pollution Control Board and availability of water. For industrial use, necessary Government order has to be obtained through the Regional Chief Engineer. To draw water of 1 mgd and above from Government sources for industrial/ drinking water use etc., approval of Government is essential. Prior to that approval of the Water utilization Committee/ Technical Committee is required.
       
  • 1 Consent for establishment
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Environment Forest Science and Technology Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
    • Green: Environment Engineer- Regional Office
    • Orange: Upto 1 Cr investment: Environment Engineer-Regional Office
    • Orange: Above 1 Cr Investment: Joint Chief Environment Engineer-Zonal
    Office
    • All RED which do not require Environment Clearance: Joint Chief
    Environment Engineer- Zonal Office
    • All RED which require Environment Clearance but less than Rs 5 Cr
    investment: Joint Chief Environment Engineer- Zonal Office
    • All RED which require Environment Clearance and above Rs 5 Cr
    investment: Member Secretary-Head Office
    1. Map indicating the site location with approach road including adjacent areas on all four sides duly marking nearby villages, water tanks (Cheruvus/ Kuntas ), forests, other sensitive areas like hospitals, schools, temples etc.- 3 hard copies
    2. Site layout plan to the scale clearly showing the greenbelt provision - 3 hard copies
    3. Topo plan duly marking the location of the industry - 3 hard copies
    4. Detailed process description along with a flow chart indicating sources of waste water generation, air emissions, hazardous waste generation - 3 hard copies
    5. Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for industries activities/ activities other than listed in EIA Notification, 2006 - 3 hard copies
    6. For the industries/ projects listed in EIA Notification, 2006: Final Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) & Environmental Management Plan (EMP) report. A copy of Environmental Clearance (EC) obtained from MoE&F, GoI/ SEIAA, Hyderabad - 3 hard copies
    7. In case of expansion: Condition-wise compliance status on conditions stipulated in CFE/CFO & HWA order and Task Force directions for the existing unit along with supportive documents - 3 hard copies
    8. In case of expansion: Latest analysis reports of Stack, AAQ, inlet & outlet of ETP and hazardous waste - 3 hard copies
    1. 7 days for Green
    2. 15 days for Orange
    3. 21 days for Red
    Click here

     

  • 2 Tree felling permission to set up industries
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Forest Department
    Divisional Forest Officer
    Filed Online through Forest Department Portal at: Link
    and the filled-in
    Annexure I, I (a), II and III to be uploaded, the annexures are available at
    Link.
    As described in the application form given in Annexure 1 available at Link 30-45 days  Click here
  • 3 Environmental Impact Assessment
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Expert Appraisal Committees (EACs) at the Central Government and SEACs at the State or the Union territory level shall screen, scope and appraise projects or activities in Category ‘A’ and Category ‘B’ respectively Steps:
    -  Application is submitted by a project authority alongwith all the requisite documents specified in the EIA Notification, - It is scrutinised by the technical staff of the Ministry prior to placing it before the Environmental Appraisal Committees.
    - The Appraisal Committees evaluate the impact of the project based on the data furnished by the project authorities and if necessary, site visits or on-the-spot assessment of various environmental aspects are also undertaken.
    - Committees make recommendations for approval or rejection of the project, which are then processed in the Ministry for approval or rejection.

    For site specific projects such as Mining, River Valley, Ports and Harbours etc., a two stage clearance procedure has been adopted whereby the project authorities have to obtain site clearance before applying for environmental clearance of their projects. 
    EIA has now been made mandatory under the Environmental (Protection Act, 1986 for 29 categories of developmental activities involving investments of Rs. 50 crores and above.

    Details are available at: Link

    Status available at: Link
    225 Days 1. Click here

    2. Click here
  • 4 Requirement of petrol, diesel or lpg storage
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Collector and Controller of Explosives, Nagpur Form IX, Application for the grant/amendment/renewal/transfer of a licence to import and store petroleum available at Link
    Form I:  Application for the grant, amendment or renewal of a licence to store compressed gas in vessel or vessels: Link
    Form C : Application for the grant/amendment/renewal of a licence to fill and/or store compressed gas in cylinders
    Applicable in case of usage of fuel As per the details shared by the concerned department Click here 
  • 5 Registration of Plastic Units
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
    Member Secretary-Head Office
    Application to be filed online through Single Desk system at: Link
    . Through Common Application Form
    for Pre-Operation available at Link
    and Registration of plastic manufacturers form given in Annexure 1
    1 Copy of registration with DIC or Department of Industries
    of the State Government- 3 Hard Copy
    2 Flow diagram of manufacturing process showing input and
    output in terms of products, waste generated including for
    captive power generation and demineralised water- 3 Hard Copy
    3 Copies of CFE from AP PCB - 3 Hard Copy
    15 days Click here
  • 1 No Objection Certificate from Fire Services Department
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Directorate of Fire Services
    o Upto 15 m height of building: District Fire Officer
    o Above 15m height of building: Director General-Fire Services
    NOC related to Fire 1 Plans duly marking Fire Fighting systems in red complying with requirements as per Rule 15 of A.P. Fire and Emergency Operations and levy of Fee rules – 2006
    2 The following documents shall be enclosed in respect of buildings which are more than 15 metres height and large scale industries :
    (i) Estimation towards the provision of required fire safety systems
    (ii) 15% bank guarantee on the estimated cost of the fire safety system
    (iii) Undertaking on Rs.100/- stamp paper in Form No.17 of AP Fire Service rules 2006.
    (iv) Risk Analysis report on the proposed industry obtained from technical persons duly mentioning the various Fire/Explosion risk involved in the process and safety measures required in respect of large scale industries and
    buildings more than 15 mtrs height and below 18 mtrs height.
    15 days Click here
  • 2 Statutory approval of drawings from Electrical Inspectorate
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Chief Electrical Inspectorate-Department of Energy
    Upto 1000 KVA: Electrical Inspector/Deputy Chief Electrical Inspector
    Above 1000 KVA: Chief Electrical Inspector
    Regarding electrical inspectorate approvals 1 Single Line Electrical Drawings (3 Hard
    Copy)
    2 Physical Layout of M/c, Equipment and Substation (3 Hard Copy)
    3 Earthing Layout and details (2 Hard Copy)
    7 days Application to be filed online through Single Desk system at: Link
    . Through Common
    Application Form for Pre-Establishment available at: Link
  • 3 Building Plan Approval
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    APIIC – Industrial Area Local Authority (IALA)
    Commissioner of the respective IALA.

    Applicable in case where Building Plan Approval is required

    1 Entrepreneur Memorandum Part I (1 Hard Copy)
    2 Plan & approval copies / documents (4 Hard Copy)
    3 APIIC Allotment Letter (1 Hard Copy)
    4 Sale Agreement Copy (1 Hard Copy)
    5 Site Plan (1 Hard Copy)
    7 days Click here
  • 4 Permission to dig new wells from Ground Water Department
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Ground Water Department
    -Ground water requirement upto 1000 cu.m per day : Deputy Director –
    Ground Water
    - Ground water requirement Above 1000 cu.m per day : Director – Ground
    Irrigation   1 Location plan with existing bore wells and
    distance between bore well to bore well
    preferably with survey nos.
    2 Number of bores required with indicative
    locations
    15 days Click here
  • 5 Factory Plan Approval
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Directorate of Factories
    Up to 500 HP: Deputy Chief Inspector
    Up to500-1000 HP: Joint Chief Inspector
    Above 1000 HP and hazardous: Director of Factories
    Labour Employment Training and Factories The following plans to be prepared by a qualified engineer/draughtsman
    and duly signed by him and also by the applicant.
    1 (i) Site Plan drawn to a scale of 1:400/1:800/ 1:1200 (metric), showing the details of neighbourhood, location of all building/ sheds, Plant & M/c,
    storages, etc., access road indicating its width. The site plan should indicate front, rear and side set-backs clearly along with extent of site
    purchased for establishing the industry. North direction should be indicated in the site plan.
    1 (ii) Detailed building plan drawn to a scale of 1:100 (metric), elevation and sectional views of the proposed factory sheds/buildings, Plant & m/c,
    storages, etc., showing the layout and type of machinery proposed to be installed in the particular shed with horse power. Material to be used for the construction of building and roofing to be specified.
    2 Detailed process description  3 Process Flow Chart
    4 Ownership documents / registered lease deed of the site, in case of APIIC land the position certificate issued by APIIC
    5 Units attracting provisions of manufacturing and storage of hazardous chemical rules 1989, the details of hazardous processes, the maximum
    quantity of chemicals stored in the premises and material safety data sheets of all chemicals, hazard analysis and risk assessment report and
    on site emergency plan be enclosed.
    6 Clearance from the explosive authorities is necessary wherever materials attracting the provisions of explosives act are handled/processed/stored.
    15 days Click here
  • 6 Building Plan Approval of Municipal Administration and Urban Development
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link

    Directorate of Town & Country Planning
    1. Project cost: Upto Rs. 1 Cr- District Town & Country Planning Office
    2. Project cost: Above Rs. 1 Cr and Upto 5 Cr : Regional Director of T & CP
    3. Project cost: Above Rs. 5 Cr: Director of T & CP
    Municipal Administration and Urban Development 1 The following plans to be prepared by a qualified engineer/draughtsman and duly signed by him and also by the applicant
    1(i). The Site Plan indicating the width and status of the road, buildings setbacks (distance from boundary to building, block to block distance) and parking areas as per G.O.Ms.No67 PR& RD (PTS-IV) Dt.20.2.2002/
    G.O.Ms.No. 168 M.A. dt.07.04.2012 (setbacks i.e. minimum is 3.0m, parking, tot-lot, buffer etc.) with schedules as the case may be, 1:400 or 1:800. Detailed building plans 1:100 (Site plan shall be as per FMB Sketches.)
    1(ii). Copy of Survey Sketch/ Copy of village plan/ Copy of Field Measurement. Book of concerned survey no duly showing the proposed site under reference.
    1(iii). Extract of Master plan/ Indicative Land Use Plan duly showing the proposed site under reference. If the site under reference falls in other than Industrial use for which Change of Land Use is required.
    1(iv). A Topo detailed plan showing the existing features such as Residential colonies/Educational/Medical/Religious institutions with a radius of 1000m for stone crushers and 300m for other industries from the boundaries of the site under reference.
    2 Access Road:
    a. The Local Authority (Commissioner / Panchayat Secretary) shall certify the existing width and nature/status of access road (the minimum width of access road shall be 12.00 mts or (40’.00’’) giving access to
    the site.
    b. In case, if the access road is not indicated in village map or schedule of boundaries, a certificate shall be issued by the Tahsildar concerned stating that the site under reference is getting access through existing road of 12.00 mts (40’.00’’) wide
    3 A certificate from the local authority stating that the proposed installation is not within the close proximity of:
    a. Water bodies as G.O.Ms.No.67 PR&RD dt.26.2.2002 / Master Plan Zoning Regulations
    b. Residential Colonies / Educational /Medical/Religious institutions
    c. 30 mts (100’) from the Railway boundary
    4 Registered ownership documents for the site under reference duly attested by the Gazetted Officer, Statement showing the Registered Documents No. dtt. Name of the vendee/vendor, Survey No. extent, and schedule of boundaries
    5 Proposed installation capacity – HP details
    6 Land conversion certificate issued by Revenue Authority 
    7 days Click here
  • 7 Specific Building Plan Approvals from Urban Development authorities
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Urban Development authorities: Vice-Chairman of the respective Urban Development Authority.
    1. Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA)
    2.  Tirupathi Urban Development Authority (TUDA)
    3. Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA)
    Specific Building Plan Approvals from Urban Development authorities 1 Site Plan
    2 Topo Plan
    3 Village Plan
    4 Site, Building & Machinery layout
    drawings. 1 cloth /film print and 5 blue prints
    5 Ownership documents of land
    6 ULC clearance Certificate /Affidavit (if applicable)
    7 Land Use Certificate  
    7 days Click here
  • 8 Building permission from Gram Panchayat
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Village Secretary,
    Department of Panchayati Raj & Rural Development
    For rural areas 1 Village Plan
    2 Site Plan
    3 Land documents / Pattadar Pass Book 
    15 days Click here
  • 1 Power Connection
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Eastern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd.
    Southern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd.
    Energy 1 a) Proof of Ownership (any of the following 1. Sale deed, 2.
    Allotment, Possession letter, 3. Municipal Tax receipt, 4. Gift
    deed, 5. Will deed or any other valid document)
    Or
    An indemnity bond (to be executed on Rs.100/-Non-Judicial or
    Rs.100/-Special adhesive stamp paper) drawn by the owner of
    the premises in favor of the company whereby the owner of the
    premises undertakes to indemnify the company of any loss
    causes to the company by the applicant who is the tenant /
    occupant of the premises) arising out of the release of service to
    the tenant / occupant
    Or
    Any applicant, who is not covered under (a) and (b) above ,
    shall execute an INDEMNITY BOND (to be executed on
    Rs.100/-Non-Judicial or Rs.100/-Special adhesive stamp paper),
    indemnifying the licensee against any damages payable on
    account of any dispute arising out of supply of power to the
    premises. He shall also pay three times of Security Deposit
    2 Identity Proof (any one of the following: 1.Ration card, 2.
    Election Identity Card, 3. PAN card, 4. Aadhar card, 5.
    Passport, or 6. Driving license).
    Connection time line depends on trunk length and load Click here
  • 2 Power Feasibility Certificate
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Superintending Engineer
    Eastern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd.
    Southern Power Distribution Company of AP Ltd.
    Energy 1 Two photographs with duly filled in HT/LT forms
    2 Contracted Load details with required voltage level, list of Machinery with their ratings
    3 Memorandum of Undertaking, Articles of Association,Partnership Deed
    4 Site Plan indicating the proposed receiving points of power supply from the company
    5 Registered Land Ownership Documents / Lease Deed / GPA duly attested
    6 EM Part-I/IEM certificate/Industrial License
    7 Letter of undertaking capital works on turnkey basis (Optional)
    8 Community Certificate in case of SC / ST/BC (Optional)
    9 Indemnity Bond on Rs.100/- Non Judicial Stamp Paper
    7 days Click here
  • 3 Permission to draw water from river/public tanks
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
     DIPC at District Level
     SIPC at State Level
    Permission to draw water from river/public tanks, Irrigation & CAD Department Permission to dig new wells from Ground Water Department 1 Name of Source and location
    2 Storage Capacity
    3 Particulars of drawl of water from other Schemes including Drinking Water Scheme
    7 days Click here
  • 4 Approval for Water Supply & Connection from Urban Development authorities: UDAs
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Vice-Chairman of the respective Urban Development Authority.
    Municipal Administration and Urban Development authorities: Vice-Chairman of the respective Urban Development Authority.
    1. Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authority (VUDA)
    2.  Tirupathi Urban Development Authority (TUDA)
    3. Andhra Pradesh Capital Region Development Authority (APCRDA)
    UDAs water supply Source of water and its location 7 days for approval
    21 days for connection
    Application to be filed online through Single Desk system at:
    Click here. Through Common Application Form
    for Pre-Establishment available at: Click here
  • 5 Issue of NOC and Sewerage Connection
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Commissioner of the respective Urban Local Body,
    Urban Local Body (ULB)
    Sewerage For Issue of Sewage NoC
    1. Property Tax Assessment No.
    2. Affidavit stating that the industry is within the boundary of the ULB
    3. Updated Property Tax Paid Receipt
    4. Approved building plan / Layout plan / Industrial Layout plan
    5. Plan showing the location of the premises indicating the location of the sewerage outlet
    6. Receipt of Fee payment.

    For Issue of Sewage Connection
    1. Copy of NoC certificate issued by ULB.
    1. Issue of NOC: 15 days
    2. Issue of Sewerage connection: 30 days
    Click here
  • 6 Issue of NOC and Storm Water Drainage Connection
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Commissioner of the respective Urban Local Body,
    Urban Local Body (ULB)
    For Issue of NoC for Storm Water Drainage Connection 1. Property Tax Assessment No.
    2. Affidavit stating that the industry is within the boundary of the ULB
    3. Updated Property Tax Paid Receipt
    4. Approved building plan / Layout plan / Industrial Layout plan
    5. Plan showing the location of the premises indicating the location of the Storm Water outlet
    6. Receipt of Fee payment.

    For Storm Water Drainage Connection
    1. Copy of NoC certificate issued by ULB.
    2. Property Tax Assessment No.
    1. Issue of NOC for Storm Water Drainage: 15 days
    2. Issue of Storm Water Drainage connection: 30 days
    Click here
  • 7 Approval for Water Supply & Connection from ULBs
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Commissioner and Director of Municipal Administration (CDMA) ULBs Source of water and its location 7 days for approval
    21 days for connection

    Click here

  • 8 Approval for water supply connection
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Department of Panchayati Raj & Rural Development Water approval Source of water and its location 15 days Click here
  • 1 Consent and Authorization
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Andhra Pradesh Pollution control board Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board
    o Green: Environment Engineer- Regional Office
    o Orange: Upto 1 Cr investment: Environment Engineer-Regional Office
    o Orange: Above 1 Cr Investment: Joint Chief Environment Engineer-Zonal
    Office
    o All RED which do not require Environment Clearance: Joint Chief
    Environment Engineer- Zonal Office
    o All RED which require Environment Clearance but less than Rs 5 Cr
    investment: Joint Chief Environment Engineer- Zonal Office
    o All RED which require Environment Clearance and above Rs 5 Cr
    investment: Member Secretary-Head Office
    1 Map indicating the site location with approach road including adjacent areas on all four sides duly marking nearby Villages, Water Tanks
    (Cheruvus / Kuntas ),Forests, Other sensitive areas like Hospitals, Schools, Temples etc.- 3 Hard Copy
    2 Site layout plan to the scale clearly showing the Greenbelt provision - 3 Hard Copy
    3 Topo plan duly marking the location of the industry- 3 Hard Copy
    4 Detailed process description along with a Flow Chart indicating sources of waste water generation, air emissions, hazardous waste
    generation- 3 Hard Copy
    5 Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for Industries/ Activities other than listed in EIA Notification, 2006- 3 Hard Copy
    6 For the Industries / Projects listed in EIA Notification, 2006: Final Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) & Environmental Management Plan (EMP) report. A Copy of Environmental Clearance (EC) obtained from
    MoE&F, GoI/ SEIAA, Hyderabad- 3 Hard Copy
    7 In case of expansion: Condition-wise compliance status on conditions stipulated in CFE/CFO & HWA order and Task Force directions for the existing unit along with supportive documents.- 3 Hard Copy
    8 In case of expansion: Latest Analysis reports of Stack, AAQ, inlet & outlet of ETP and Hazardous waste.- 3 Hard Copy
    1. 7 days for Green
    2. 15 days for Orange
    3. 21 days for Red
    Click here
  • 1 Establishment approval for Udyog Aadhar Memorandum (UAM previously, EM Part IIc )
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    District Industries Centre- DIC Government has enacted the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development (MSMED) Act, 2006 stepping up the investment limit in Plant & Machinery to Rs.5 crores for small enterprises and Rs.10 crores for medium enterprises, so as to reduce the regulatory interface with the majority of the industrial units. Over the period Government has pruned the list of items reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE sector vide Notification No. 998(E) dated 10-04-2015, remaining 20 items which were earlier reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE Sector has been de-reserved. Presently no item is reserved for exclusive manufacture by MSE Sector.
    For micro/small/medium enterprise, engaged in providing services or engaged in the manufacture or production of goods

    A one-page simple registration form for online filing of UAM has been introduced which replaces the filing of Entrepreneur’s Memorandum Part I&II. The filing of UAM can be done on http://udyogaadhaar.gov.in
    A. EM-I has been abolished. Need not file through Udyog Aadhaar.
    B. Udyog Aadhaar (UA) is for running units. No need to apply for upcoming units.
    Enclose a self-certified copy of Power of Attorney/Board Resolution/Society Resolution, wherever applicable, while signing as Partner/Managing Director or Authorised Person.
    Enclose a certified/notarized copy of the Partnership Deed/Memorandum of association/Articles of Association in case of Medium Enterprises
    As specified by authority Click here
  • 2 Establishment approval for Industrial Entrepreneurship Memorandum(IEM)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Secretariat For Industrial Approval(SIA) For setting up projects other than SME, and not included in the list of compulsory licensing provision (Items being manufactured should not fall under Schedule 1- Reserved for Public Sector, Schedule II- Under Compulsory License, or Schedule III- for Small Scale Sector. 
    • Online Application in prescribed form   
    (IEM) Part-A on Link Codes of industries for form filling. 
    Format of Follow-Up Report to be submitted
     • Till Commencement of Production – Status of Project
    • After Commencement of Production – 
    online Part-B file on Link

    Sample form is available at: Link
    IEM Part B in case of delicensed units
    Factory license
    1. Form No. 2
    2. Form No. 3
    3. License Fees as applicable
    4. Stability certificate issued by competent person in form No. 1A
    5. Proof for installed H.P. (Electricity Bill)
    6. Proof for strength of workers (Attendance Register Form No.28)
    7. Proof of Manager (Appointment Letter, Residence Proof and Photo ID)
    8. Proof of ownership building or land
    (a) IDC allotment letter
    (b) Letter of approval of construction by local authority
    (c) Sale deed
    (d) Lease deed
    (e) Gram Panchayat forms
    9. Proof of Occupier with Residence Proof and Photo ID
    (a) Partnership deed
    (b) Memorandum of Article of Association, Form No. 32 of ROC
    (c) Appointment letter, from concerned administrative department, of Occupier for Government owned factories
    (d) Other documents
    10. PCB consent / NOC
    11. List of raw material, finished goods
    12. Flow process chart
    13. Process description
    As specified by authority 1. Click here

    2. Click here
  • 1 Registration under Shops and Establishment Act (Local Authority/Municipal Corporation)
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Registration of an industrial unit not covered under Factories Act Initial Scrutiny  For Proprietary firm
     Undertaking
    • For Partnership firm
     Undertaking
     Deed of partnership
    • For Public/Private Ltd. Company
    Undertaking
    Memorandum of Article and Memorandum of Association
    List of Directors with Residential Address
    As per the governemnt authority guidelines  
  • 2 Registration as Factory
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Chief Inspector of Factories Application in prescribed form under the Factories Act Duly filled in Common Application Form (Part A & Part B)
    Flow chart of the manufacturing process along with brief description.
    Authenticated copy of Consent to establish 
    Factory plan in duplicate 
    Declaration, duly signed by the occupier, stating whether any process or activity of the factory is a hazardous process as defined under section 2(cb) read with Schedule 1 of the Factories Act.1948 as amended.
    15-90 Days  
  • 3 NOC and Registration for Boiler/ Economizer
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Labour & Employment Department Registration of an industrial unit not covered under Factories Act 1. Application on Letterhead
    2. Boiler/ Economiser maker file (e.g. Form II, III, IV and IV-A, Design Drawing)
    3. Mountings and Fittings IBR Certificates
    4. Fee in the form of Treasury Challans
    30 Days  
  • 4 Registration under Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link
    Labour & Employment Department 1. Copy of challan according to no of labourers 2. Copy of Pan Card 3. Latest copy of agreement/work order with contractor 4. Copy of registration under factory act/shops and establishment act   90 days  
  • 1 The Employees Compensation Act
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Labour & Employment Payment Regulation for Workmen Pan India 

    An Act to provide for the payment by certain classes of employers to their workmen of compensation for injury by accident
      http://labour.gov.in/sites/default/files/TheWorkmenAct1923(1).pdf State Government
  • 2 Food & Beverages - Licensing & Registration Regulation Act
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    FSSAI Regulation & Protection of Food and Maintaing its Standard Pan India

    Regulation for all except the milk producers registered under Dairy Cooperative Society.
    As specified by authority Click Here Central Government
  • 3 Retail - Shops & Establishments Trade Licenses
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Local Municipal Corporation Regulation of hours of work,wages leave, holidays, terms of service etc. conditions of work of persons employed in shops, commercial establishments etc. Pan India

    Different States have enacted this for, regulation and statutory obligations, of the un-organized sector. State ministry websites to be looked for further details
    As specified by authority See individual state ministries Central Government
  • 4 Final Inspection of the Electrical Installationsn - Form-C
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Power Final Charging Clearance approval for transmission lines Pan India As specified by authority Click here Central Government
  • 5 Access Permission for Laying Gas Pipeline
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Road Transport and Highways   Pan India As specified by authority Click here Central Government
  • 6 Movement of hydrolic trailer
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Road Transport and Highways Movement of hydrolic trailer Pan India As specified by authority Click here Central Government
  • 7 "Car Rental :Rent a Cab Scheme, 1989
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Road Transport and Highway For regulating the business of renting of motor cabs to persons desiring to drive the cabs for their own use  Pan India

    It shall apply to all motor cabs to which tourist permits have been issued under sub-section (9) of section 88 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 and operating under a licence granted in terms of para 6
      http://morth.nic.in/index3.asp?sslid=105&subsublinkid=40&lang=1 Central Government
  • 8 Insurance - The Insurance Act
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    IRDAI Regulation on Insurance Sector in India Pan India

    Act provides broad regulatory framework for managing the Insurance Sector in India. As per 2015 Amendements, FDI limit has been increased to 49%.
    As specified by authority Click here Central Government
  • 9 License for using explosives for blasting-Indian Explosives Act-1884 (4 of 1884) (“Explosives Act”) and The Explosives Rules, 1983 (“Explosives Rules”)- Separate licenses are required for the purpose of manufacture, possession for sale and use, import, export and transport of explosives
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Commerce and Industry License for using explosives for blasting-Indian Explosives Act-1884 (4 of 1884) (“Explosives Act”) and The Explosives Rules, 1983 (“Explosives Rules”)- Separate licenses are required for the purpose of manufacture, possession for sale and use, import, export and transport of explosives  Pan India As specified by authority Click here Central Government
  • 10 Approval of SIP
    Authority Description Applicability Criteria Time  Link Remarks
    Ministry of Railways Approval of SIP Pan India As specified by authority Click here Central Government