A Central Processing Centre is suggested to be set up for handling of Non STP forms which are being processed by ROCs
Answers to queries given, According to the information provided by lok Sabha
Will the Minister of CORPORATE AFFAIRS be pleased to state:
(a) whether the Government is working towards a Central Processing Centre which will be set up for faster response to companies through centralized handling of various forms filed with field offices under the Companies Act; and
(b) if so, the details thereof and the present status thereof and location identified to date including Telangana?
1. What then will be the function of the jurisdictional ROCs?
2. Which states have more than one ROC?
3. Who is eligible for ROC filing?
Minister of state (Independent Charge) of the ministry of statistics and programme implementation; minister of state (Independent Charge) of ministry of planning and minister of state in the ministry of corporation affairs.
1.ROCs will be gradually eliminated. We won’t have local ROCs because of the way the digital drive is progressing, despite the fact that I haven’t read anything about it. I’ve also heard that several ROCs are having trouble replacing departing employees. Though I’m not certain.
2. Some states, such as Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, have two ROCs each.
3. ROC filing means the filing of audited financial statements, and annual returns, by the company to the ROC. Under section 129 and 137 of the Companies Act, 2013, every company should file the audited financial statements with the ROC.
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