Udyam Registration: Indispensable of MSMEs
Udyam registration is also known as MSME registration and it was introduced to maximise benefits for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in India. Udyam registration is a recognition certificate with a unique identification number which is provided to small, and medium enterprises.
Udyam portal has seen over 90 lakh registrations in just two years. According to a recent report from the Ministry of MSME, there are around 1 crore micro, small, and medium-sized businesses registered on the Udyam platform, employing 7.6 crore people, of which 1.7 crore are women. This is a clear pointer to how quickly the right people receive assistance from the Government at the right time.
Udyam or MSME registration doubles up as a business licence and carries a lot of other benefits than just being a mandatory requirement for MSMEs to avail of business loans. The Udyam registration process is completely digital, paperless and based completely on self-declaration. The Adhaar number was usually enough for registration, however, from 01-04-21 PAN and GST numbers have also become mandatory.
Who Can Register for Udyam?
Let's get things sorted out! As per the latest guideline from the Ministry of MSME, the benefits of registering with the Government are restricted to organisations that meet certain criteria. There are three basic factors that make up the primary requirements for Udyam registration. Whether an MSME qualifies for the benefits of Udyam registration depends on the type of business, annual turnover, and investment.
MSMEs must be micro, small, or medium-sized businesses.
The benefits change according to the annual turnover of the MSMEs. Micro businesses with an annual turnover of up to 5 crores, small businesses with sales between 5 and 75 crores, and medium businesses with sales up to 250 crores are all eligible for registration and benefits.
To be eligible for the benefits of Udyam registration, micro-enterprises must not have investments totalling more than Rs. 1 crore. Investments in small and medium-sized businesses cannot exceed 10 crores and 50 crores, respectively.
Udyam Registration Process for MSMEs
The Udyam registration process is easy. Compared to the previous method, the present system has been slightly improved and requires fewer specifics. There is no cost associated with MSME Registration, and the website does not impose any official fees for issuing registration certificates. Following the steps below will help you register your business as an MSME if you haven't already:
MSME business owners should visit the Udyam Registration website first https://udyamregistration.gov.in/Government-India/Ministry-MSME-registration.htm
Following that, select "For New business owners Who Are Not Currently Registered As MSME."
Enter the OTP that was sent to your cell phone along with the Aadhaar number.
Click the validate button to validate the Aadhaar number successfully.
Enter the type of the firm and PAN number to verify your PAN Card with MSME.
Fill out the MSME registration form carefully, including the organization's founding date, contact information (phone, registered email, bank), the amount of investment, etc..
After finishing the MSME registration form, click "Agree on terms and policies" to send it. You will then receive the OTP, so enter it before submitting the form.
The e-registration certificate will now be received in your e-mail.
Udyam Registration Certificate
Benefits of Registration
There are several benefits of having a Udyam Registration. This has now become a mandatory document for MSMEs for acquiring a business loan, cost benefits for various government tenders and schemes, during licence application processes, tax rebates and more. Given below are some of the key benefits of Udyam registration.
Banks provide collateral-free business loans
Easy access to licences, approvals, and registrations
International trade receives special consideration
A discount on various bills, such as electricity bills
The Udyam registered organisations will verify the Credit Linked Capital Subsidy Scheme.
Reimbursement of ISO certification fees
Protection against delayed payments or supplied services
Bank loans are supplied with subsidies and lower interest rates.
Production or manufacturing units get different reservation policies
Exemption of direct tax
Subsidy for NSIC performance fees and credit ratings
Patent and barcode subsidies
Why should MSMEs Shift from Udyog Aadhaar to Udyam?
Are you an MSME business owner who is still using Udyog Aadhaar, a twelve-digit unique number used for identification purposes? Then, it is time to migrate to Udyam, a new and improved system. The Ministry of MSME notified that Udyog Aadhaar will no longer be valid after the 31st of March 2022. It means that the companies that are already registered for a Udyog Aadhaar can no longer avail of the benefits without registration for Udyam.
Udyog Aadhaar was a long process, and to make it easy and fast the Indian Government made some amendments by introducing Udyam. It created a major impact on MSME owners and a large number of businesses came up to get the registration as it was online and no paperwork was required. For registering your business visit : https://udyamregistration.gov.in/Government-India/Ministry-MSME-registration.htm
The new technology uses a QR Code-based method to implement even more sophisticated digital authentication and verification mechanisms. Every registration document includes a special QR Code that will be scanned and reported on by every Ministry of MSME channel partner to verify and update information about the MSME. This system will now classify MSMEs based on turnover as well as investment value. This is being done to support and encourage MSMEs to become industry leaders.
MSMEs that invest less money but generate more revenue over time are recognised as CHAMPIONS and receive additional benefits. For companies that already have a Udyog Aadhaar don't need any documents for the process. They require only their Aadhaar number for verification. They just need to follow the guidelines given below.
How Do MSME business owners Transfer Udyog Aadhaar to Udyam Registration?
Open the Udyam Registration website
Click on "For those already having UAM registration"
Fill in your Udyog Aadhaar number (UAN)
Verify the One-time Password
The system will check all the data you provided after this process is finished. After a few days, if there are no issues and your Udyog Aadhaar is properly validated, you will receive a message asking you to return to the system and finish the process. You will then get your Udyam Certificate. When a business receives its Udyam Certificate, it becomes qualified to take advantage of its benefits.
But, the companies that do not possess Udyog Adhar and wish to register themselves need to fill up a form that asks for various information regarding the applicant, the company, and the company's bank details. The following documents are required for new MSMEs to register:
PAN of the enterprise
business owner's Aadhaar card
Date of the commencement of the organisation
Copy of passbook
List of male and female employees respectively
Type of business
Current auditing information or the company's financial statements
business owner's social category
Partnership deed if any
Articles of association
Memorandum of association
Company registered documents
The minimal required documents are uploaded and the registration certificate is sent to the owner's email address.
How to Update or Edit Udyam Certificate Information Online?
The first step is to visit the Udyam Registration website.
Then, select the Update Udyam Certificate tab.
Fill out the form with your information and your Udyam registration number.
Type the mobile number or email address where you want to receive the OTP (which was previously listed on the Udyam Registration form). The OTP will be sent to the email or mobile number on file.
Make the online application processing payment.
You will be contacted by their executives, and you will need to provide them access to the OTP in order to continue processing your application.
The Updated Udyam Certificate will be sent to the email address you provided.
Many small business business owners are setting up various MSMEs in India. Therefore, Udyam registration can be beneficial for these newly expanding businesses. Udyam Registration is a government registration that comes with a certificate of recognition and a unique identifying number called the Udyam registration number.
The main goal of establishing this facility was to give the Government a means of helping MSMEs in India registered with MSMEs. An e-certificate is given upon completion of the registration process. So, if your business hasn't already registered with Udyam registration, do it right now to start enjoying its benefits.
As previously mentioned, MSMEs who register with Udyam are eligible for various perks. Availing of credit facilities or business loans has become a much-simplified process via the Udyam Registration number. If you are a Udyam registered business owner, you can apply for unsecured loans from Kinara Capital within a short time period. NBFCs like Kinara Capital are trying to bridge the gap for MSMEs in India to access formal credit and avail of fast business loans without any property collateral.
Kinara Capital's digital process enables small business owners to check their eligibility in just 1 minute through the myKinara app. MSME business owners can avail of a collateral-free business loan from ₹1 lakh - ₹30 lakhs with doorstep services in their preferred vernacular language. With Udyam registration and minimum documentation, an MSME business owner can go from decision to disbursement within 24 hours. Give a missed call to 080-68264454 to reach our in-house customer care team for more questions.
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Kinara Capital is a fast-growing fintech propelling financial inclusion of small business owners in India. Leading with a women-majority management team, the company is globally recognized for disrupting small business lending. Qualified as a Systemically Important NBFC by the Reserve Bank of India, Kinara Capital is a debt-listed entity on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE). Founded in 2011 and headquartered in Bangalore, Kinara Capital today has 125 branches serving MSMEs across 100+ cities in India with a workforce of nearly 1,450 employees and growing. Visit www.kinaracapital.com for more information and follow us on Twitter @KinaraCapital.
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