Industrial Licensing Service

Industrial Licensing Service

In India, there are specific regulations and restrictions to establish industries under certain categories before setting up any industry. This is allowed for operations only when the licenses are obtained before the employer sets up such an industry.

- The Industrial Development and Regulation Act (IDRA), 1951 regulates industrial licensing in India.
- Licenses are approved by the Secretarial of Industrial Assistance (SIA) on the recommendation of the licensing committee.
- Industries that require industrial licensing in India include those related to public health, safety, and national security,
- The licensing process involves various panchayat, corporate, municipal, state, and national authorities.
- Procuring an industrial license in India can sometimes be tedious, complex, costly, and an uphill task.

Industrial licensing in India aims to ensure that industries that may impact public health, safety, and national security are regulated and monitored. While most industries are exempt from obtaining a license, certain industries still require compulsory licensing.

The Key Elements of Obtaining Industrial License

  • Regulatory Authorities: Specific government authorities regulate different sectors. For example, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) regulates telecommunications, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) oversees food safety, and the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) deals with financial services.

  • Application Process: Obtaining a license typically involves applying the relevant authority. This application process may include providing detailed information about the business or activity, relevant documents, and paying the required fees.

  • Document Submission: Depending on the license type, you may need to submit various documents such as identification proofs, business plans, financial statements, and other supporting documents.

  • Fees and Charges: There are usually fees associated with applying for and obtaining licenses. These fees can vary depending on the sector and the specific license sought.

  • Inspections and Verification: Regulatory authorities often conduct inspections or verification processes to ensure the applicant meets the necessary criteria and complies with relevant regulations.

  • Validity and Renewal: Licenses are typically issued for a specific period. After that, they must be renewed by submitting updated information and paying renewal fees. Failure to renew on time could lead to penalties or even cancellation of the license.

  • Appeals and Grievances: There are mechanisms for filing appeals and addressing grievances in case of any disputes, rejections, or issues with the licensing process. The respective regulatory authority typically outlines these processes
Our Scope
Our Scope

Our Scope

  • Automated Tracking: Web app tracker with customized admin and user rights.
  • Seamless Applications: Apply for licenses/approvals effortlessly.
  • Dynamic Dashboard: Monitor license status, generating board reports.
  • Timely Renewal: Receive advance renewal reminders for permits.
  • Simplified Licence Handling: Industrial and procedural licensing, handling applications, amendments, and more with automation
  • PAN India Coverage: Automated handling of applications from SMEto MNCs, irrespective of any volume.
  • Real-time Insights: Stay updated on application statuses with live updates.
  • Cloud Convenience: Securely access and manage data based on user/location rights.
Points to Ponder

Points to Ponder

  • Automated processes can handle any volume of applications PAN India
  • Real-time updation to understand the status quo of the applications made with Authority
  • Facility to access the data from the cloud through user wise / location wise rights restrict the exposure of other location data

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