1. List of items exclusively reserved for small scale sector can be found here
2. Items not covered can be found here. These items do not need any industrial license. Products groups that do not require industrial license along with products reserved for small scale sector can apply for PRC (Provisional Registration Certificate).
Usually, entrepreneurs can obtain Provisional Registration Certificate (PRC) during the entity's pre-establishment period. This helps proprietors to get a provisional proof of existence to raise loans/ purchase assets or hire. PRC is valid for 5 years. After commencement of operations, proprietor can apply for permanent registration certificate. Here's the link for online application.
i. PAN of proprietor
ii. Address proof
iii. Rental agreements of commercial space
iv. Few clearance are also required from:
a. State Pollution Board
b. Electricity Board
c. Municipal Corporation
3. Affidavit declaring status of plant and machinery installed, power requirement, etc.
All required formats for above mentioned documents are available on the link mentioned above. On registration, an enterprise is given a MSMED registration/entrepreneurs memorandum (EM) number.
1 Comment on this Story
Prasanna Kummarikuntla742 days ago
As per MSMED Act 2006, Section 8(1) says Micro, Small (both Manufacturing and Service) and Medium (service) may at discretion shall file memorandum, which is implied that it is not mandatory. But Medium enterprise which is engaged in manufacturing shall file a memorandum which says that it is compulsory. could you please clarify on this.
Moreover on it is UAM now, which will be obtained only after establishment of industries. It doesn''t require any supporting documents to be attached. It only asks you to provide details of NIC activity, Aadhar Number, Bank details etc