Is Udyog Aadhar intended to take the place of MSME?

Previously, registering your business as a Micro Small Medium Enterprise (MSME) was a difficult, time-consuming, and stressful bureaucratic process. However, Udyog Aadhar makes it easier. The main goal of creating Udyog Aadhar is to make the process of registering a firm as a Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise (MSME) easier, and it has proven to be successful.

Before learning about the UAM system, it’s important to understand the previous EM-I/II system (Entrepreneur Memorandum).

Entrepreneurs used to choose from a variety of schemes under this system, such as the national portal, a few states’ own portals for MSME registration, and so on. Regardless, things have settled down since the Udyog Aadhar was replaced.

WHAT IS UDYOG AADHAR AND HOW DOES IT WORK?

Udyog Aadhar is simply a business version of Aadhaar. It is a twelve-digit unique registration number issued by the Government of India for small and medium firms under the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Development Act, 2006 (MSMED).

The Udyog Aadhaar initiative was launched in September 2015 with the goal of supporting micro and small companies. By July 2018, over 48 lakh MSMEs in India had enrolled for Udyog Aadhaar. MEME Registration was the previous name for Udyog Aadhar.

Later, the MSME registration procedure was merged with the Udyog Aadhar registration process. It’s a 100% free online procedure.

WHO SHOULD REGISTER FOR THE UDYOG AADHAR?

To be clear, any type of business, whether it is a one-person company, a partnership firm, a producer company, a Section 8 company, a limited liability partnership company, a private limited company, a co-operative society, a business association, or any other or undertaking, should obtain a Udyog Aadhar.

To be clear, any type of business, whether it is a one-person company, a partnership firm, a producer company, a Section 8 company, a limited liability partnership company, a private limited company, a co-operative society, a business association, or any other or undertaking, should obtain a Udyog Aadhar.

WHAT IS THE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR UDYOG AADHAR?

It is now quite simple to apply for and obtain a Udyog Aadhar Number. Udyog Aadhar registration is done through its online platform, and anyone with a business and an Aadhar card can register. If the person does not have an Aadhar card, he or she should apply for UAM with the District Industries Centre’s GM (General Manager). The Government of India will address the issues faced by owners who do not have an Aadhar card later.

THESE ARE THE STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE UDYOG AADHAR FORM

  • Go to the Udyog Aadhar Registration Official Website.
  • Fill in the form’s personal information, such as your name and Aadhar number, a 12-digit unique number. After that, click “Validate & Generate OTP” and input the OTP number that was sent to your registered phone number.
  • Social Classification: Give the applicant’s caste information.
  • Name of the company: Fill in the name of the company that the general public or customers are familiar with.
  • If the applicant runs many enterprises, he or she can use the same Aadhar number to obtain one or more Udyog Aadhaar numbers.
  • Type of company: Select the type of legal entity for your company.
  • Enter the PAN of the owner/proprietor, and in the case of an LLP or corporation, the PAN of the entity for whom Udyog Aadhar registration is sought.
  • The company’s location is: Fill in the correct business address and location.
  • Official Website: Your official or business office address, as well as your phone number and email address, should be entered.
  • Official Website: Your official or business office address, as well as your phone number and email address, should be entered.
  • Date of commencement: Enter the date your business was established.
  • Information about previous registrations: If you have a previous MSME registration, fill in the details.
  • Information about the bank: Fill up the company’s bank account information, including the IFSC code and bank account number.
  • The main activity is: Enter the main location where your company’s activity takes place, such as manufacturing, production, or service.
  • NIC Number: select the correct NIC Code (National Industrial Classification Code)
  • Person in charge: Choose the total number of employees employed by your company. 
  • Investment: Include the amount spent on plant and machinery/equipment, minus the cost of the building or land.
  • DIC: If necessary, fill in the details of the District Industry Center closest to your entity.

Accept the declaration after completing all of the aforementioned details and submitting the Udyog Aadhar application to complete the procedure. You will receive an Acknowledgement number at the end of the procedure. 

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