The various Registrations that falls under the purview of State Governments of respective States are Trade/Gumasta Licence Registration, FSSAI Licence Registration, Shop & Establishment Registration, Fire Protection Licence Registration, Labour Licence Registration, HIRA/RIRA Registration, Professional Tax Registration, ISI Mark Registration, BIS Registration. All these registration services are offered by Tax Seva Kendra at very affordable rates.
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Types of Registration
From the below type of registration summery you will be able to decide what type of
Registration is suitable for you
Trade/Gumasta Licence Registration
Trade License is a business license or permit issued by a Local Authority or Municipality Corporation to operate a specific trade in a particular location. Hence it is necessary for any business unit to register for a trade license from the License Department of either Local Authority or Municipality Corporation before initiating any business operation or activity.
FSSAI stands for Food Safety and Standard Authority of India which is an autonomous body, established under the Ministry of Health and Welfare, Government of India. FSSAI License or FSSAI Registration in India is mandatory for initiating a food or related business. The FSSAI License is issued by the Food Safety and Standards Authority Act, 2006 which protects and promotes food safety and health under the regulations of the Act.
The Shops and Establishment Registration is governed by the labour department of respective state, and it is obligatory for all business entities which do not fall within the ambit or purview of The Factories Act, 1948. The Shops and Establishment Act lays down state-specific laws which may vary across states. The objective is to regulate, monitor and improve the working conditions and rights of the workers/labourers, like wage payments, leaves, holidays, work hours, perks etc.
Fire accidents have time and again destroyed a flourishing business and taken the lives of people, imposing the need for regulations concerning the safety of buildings of all kinds. India witnesses an average of 20,000 preventable deaths due to fires and related causes in a year. The different State Governments are authorised for processing and issuing fire protection license registration in India.
Contract labour refers to an employed person, hired to work in a company through a contractor for a specific work and for a specific period. The contract labours are not recruited directly by the companies but are recruited on the basis of third-party contracts, and they do not have a particular payroll. Companies hire contractors who recruit these labours for different jobs.
West Bengal is the only state to introduce its own version of the RERA - the West Bengal Housing Industry Regulation Act (HIRA). Since its introduction in 2017, HIRA has been the regulatory authority monitoring the real estate sector in West Bengal. Like the RERA Act, the main objective of the HIRA Act is to regulate and promote the real estate sector and ensure sale of properties in a transparent manner to protect the interest of people buying houses.
Professional tax is a tax imposed by the state government of that particular state. Professional tax in West Bengal is a tax that is imposed on the income that is generated by any trade and is paid by the employer. Professional tax is imposable on all working and salaried professionals, such as chartered accountants, lawyers, and doctors. It is imposed based on the individual’s employment, trade or profession. The tax rates vary across all states, however, the maximum amount that can be imposed as professional tax is ₹2,500 per year.
ISI stands for Indian Standards Institute. ISI mark registration is obligatory for all the certifying products sold in India. The mark symbolizes for better quality and safety of the products. The Products having ISI depict that products are in compliance with the Indian standard quality norms. By getting ISI certification on your products, your business gains the potential for growth and expansion of business. If products sold in India don’t have ISI mark, then those products are not eligible to be sold within the territory of India.
BIS stands for Bureau of Indian Standards which is a national body that has standardization as its core aspect. BIS Registration is of utmost importance for manufacturers in many aspects. It has established a wide range of laboratories at regional, central and branch level to ensure the quality of specific goods.