MSME Registration

Documents required

  • PAN Card
  • Aadhaar Card with Linked Mobile No.
  • Name of Business
  • Nature of Goods/Services
  • Address proof of Business
  • Bank Details/cancelled Cheque
  • Email id of applicant
  • No. of employees
  • Amount of Investment in Plant & Machinery

Whats included in package

  • Consultation on Registration
  • File application for Registration
  • MSME/Udyog Aadhar Registration Certificate
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  • MSME - catalyst in the growth of Indian Economy

    Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSME) are vital for the economic growth and stability of any country. An increase in MSMEs is proportional to an increase in employment and thus facilitates the economic activity of the country. MSMEs form the backbone of an economy.

    In India, MSMEs need abetment and protection from corporates as they lack in resources and technology. To promote, develop, and facilitate the competitiveness of the Micro, small and medium enterprises MSME came into operation on 02 October 2006 with various rebates, schemes, and subsidies.

    • Some of successfully working MSMEs :

      • Dreamhunt India in education sector
      • IndiQube in real estate sector
      • Baker’s Treat from Mariam’s Kitchen in Food sector
      • Elite Decor in retail business sector
      • Accurate Gauging and Instruments in Technology
    • What are Micro Small and Medium Enterprises ?

    • What are the Advantages of MSME / Udyog Aadhaar Registration?

      The micro, small and medium enterprises in the manufacturing sector and the service sector can obtain MSME Registration. It is not mandatory to obtain but quite beneficial for certain businesses as it provides several benefits like:-

      • 100% Collateral-Free Automatic Loans 12 Months Moratorium/Waiver on Loan Repayment.Fully covered under Govt. guarantee. No guarantee fee will be charged. Scheme available till 31st Oct, 2020.
      • Rs. 50,000 cr. Equity Funding for MSMEs Govt. will provide equity funding/invest in shares of MSMEs with growth potential through Fund of Funds scheme.
      • Govt tenders of up to Rs 200 cr will not be open to global companiesa and MSME will be benifited
      • Tax Benefits and Rebates
      • One time settlement of Pending Payments.
      • 50% discount on trademark and Patent Fees.
      • Collateral free loan and Interest on Overdraft gets cheaper by 1 %
      • Eligible for Mudra Loan Scheme.
      • Concessions in electricity bills.
      • Special consideration in international trade fairs.
      • Reimbursement of ISO certification
      • Easy access to government tenders, concessions are also available with regards to tender fee and earnest money deposit.
    • Various Schemes launched to support MSME in India

        Zero Defect Zero Effect

      In the scheme, to ensure that the goods exported are of good quality so that they don't get rejected, all successful exports are awarded with various subsidies and rebates.


      For encouragement of innovations of new ideas, products, designs etc and to promote "Make in India", the Government finances 75% to 80% of the project cost of MSME.

        Quality Management Standards and Quality Technology Tools

      It's an awareness and education program under which various campaigns, seminars, workshops and fairs are held and this scheme to create a better understanding regarding the standards and quality to be maintained in the production and utilise the new technologies in the best possible way.

        Grievance Monitoring System

      A central system for addressing the complaints of business owners. Interface provides a ticket number, which enables owners to check complaint status and open it again if not satisfied with the solution.

        Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme

      15% of upfront capital subsidy for technology upgradation or replacement of existing machinery and equipment for better productivity. However, replacement of machinery with the same new machine or with a second hand machine is not eligible for subsidy, as it doesn't contribute in enhancing the production levels.

        Women Entrepreneurship

      Scheme especially designed to empower women entrepreneurs who wish to start their own business. The government assists in capital acquisition, counseling, training, assembling and delivery techniques to these women so they manage and expand their business.

        Loan in 59 minutes

      Government has initiated the MSME Support and Outreach Programme (SOP). Under this scheme, in-principle approval to all MSMEs will be given by the Government having MSME registration and GST Registration, for easy loans up to ₹ 5 crores within 59 minutes.

        Additional concession in interest rates

      MSMEs having GST registration will be granted a 2% subsidy in the interest rates. This serves the dual purpose of boosting the tax compliance by the MSMEs and will enhance their ease of doing business.

        Additional rebate for exporters

      Exporters having an Import Export Code along with GST registration will be awarded with an additional rebate in the interest rate from 3% to 5% on loans availed in pre-shipment and post-shipment period.

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    What do you mean by MSME?

    MSME stands for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises which is defined under MSMED Act, 2006 on the basis of the investment made in plant & machinery and equipment.

    Can Trader register under MSME?

    No, Only Manufacturer or Service provider can register under MSME

    For MSME registration, how the value of Plant & Machinery is computed?

    Original value of plant & machinery is considered while computing the value of Plant and Machinery for the purpose of MSME registration.

    How can MSME registration help you to get a loan from a bank?

    Banks recognize MSMEs. While granting a loan, MSMEs are always preferred over normal enterprises. Interest rates on bank loan are always low. Preferential treatment is always given to MSMEs in case of delay in repayment.