What is Udyog Aadhaar its details how to register including live demo this is what I am going to explain you in Hindi.
Udyog Aadhaar registration process has been created to encourage small entrepreneurs to online file or register your business in India which is also known as MSME(Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises).
Previously, the UA registration was known under the names of SSI (Small Scale Industries) Certificate or MSME Registration.
The SSI Certificate was renamed to Udyog Aadhaar with an easier one-page registration process instead of long time-consuming EM (Entrepreneurs Memorandum) I/II forms.
Information and Documents Required for Online Aadhaar Registration
1. Aadhaar Number
2. Name of Business Owner as per Aadhaar Card
3. Social Category Gen\SC\ST\OBC.
4. Name of Enterprise or your business
5. Types of organisation you need to select from the below options:
Hindu Undivided Family
Private Limited Company
Public Limited Company
Self Help Group
Others(LLP-Limited Liability Partnership)
6. Postal Address
7. Date of Commencement or Date of Business started
8. Previous Registration Details if any
9. Bank Details
10. Area of Activity (Manufacturing or Service)
11. NIC Code (As per business) check the below link for the codes:
12. Persons employed in the business
13. Investment in Plant & Machinery/Equipment
14. DIC – Details of the District Industry Center nearest to the business
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MSME Industries are divided as per below classification on basis of investment
1. Micro enterprise in Manufacturing Sector (Rs 25 Lakhs )
2. Small enterprise in Manufacturing Sector (Rs 500 Lakhs)
3. Medium enterprise in Manufacturing Sector (Rs 1000 lakhs)
1. Micro enterprise in Service Sector (Rs 10 lakhs)
2. Small enterprise in Service Sector (Rs 200 Lakhs)
3. Medium enterprise in Service Sector (Rs 500 lakhs)
A Micro, small and medium Enterprises can violate the regulations in the following ways which will make it liable for de-registration:
1. It crosses the investment limits.
2. It starts manufacturing any new item or items that require an industrial license or other kind of statutory license.
3. It does not satisfy the condition of being owned, controlled or being a subsidiary of any other industrial undertaking.
Disclaimer: Above data and pictures in this video has been taken from government website for informative and education purposes.
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