About the Service

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. Similarly, under section 92 of the Companies Act, 2013, the annual returns must be submitted to the ROC.

The above documents should be filed within 30 days and 60 days from the date of the conclusion of the annual general meeting and Form DPT-3 needs to be filed by 30th June of every year. You can take annual filing package from us wherein you need to pay once and all your yearly compliances including directors’ KYC would be done by us.

Documents required

For AOC-4

1.      Audited financial statements

2.      Conclusions from AGM

3.      Board resolutions passed during the year

4.      Details of auditors

5.      Balance sheet

6.      Profit & loss account

7.      Director report

8.      Report of the Auditor.    

For MGT-7

1.      Company PAN

2.      Primary business activities of the company.

3.      Particulars of holding, subsidiary, joint venture, and associate company.

4.      Number of members, promoters, and debenture

5.      Copy of MGT- 8 (the paid-up share capital of 10 crore rupees or more or turnover of 50 crore rupees or more)


Timeline of service

We shall prepare the documents to be signed by you within 4-5 days of receipt of documents from your end. Once we receive the signed documents, form will be prepared within 3-4 days of receipt and will be filed depending on the receipt of Form with DSC received from your end or immediately if DSC has been prepared by us.


1.            Why is ROC filing important?

•             Filing helps to analyze or determine the financial position of the company. i.e if the company is running in loss or profit.

•             Acts as proof Of the Existence of the Company:

•             The government will update the record for the existence of the company based on the filings executed by the company.

•             The company which has failed to provide annual filings for a long time is considered as fake, or the name of the company can be struck off by the ROC.

•             Companies who fail to file annual filings may be charged with penalties. Hence, timely filings will protect the company from the same.

•             Appropriate annual compliance will protect the company from any legal complications.

2.            What is the timeline for filing the forms?

The due date of Form ADT-1 is 15 days from the date of the conclusion of the AGM and for Forms AOC-4 and Form MGT-7/MGT-7A is 30 Days from the date of AGM.


3.            What is the number of challan which is paid for the form?

AOC-4, MGT-7 and ADT-1

For company having share capital Nominal Share Capital   Fee applicable 


Fees applicable

Less than 1,00,0000

Rs. 200 per document

Rs. 1,00,000 – Rs. 4,99,999

Rs. 300 per document

Rs. 5,00,000- Rs. 24,99,999

Rs. 400 per document

Rs. 25,00,000 – Rs. 99,99,999

Rs. 500 per document

Rs. 1,00,00,000 or more

Rs. 600 per document


For company not having share capital: 

Rupees 200 per document




Additional fees for AOC-4 and MGT-7A is Rs. 100 per day

Additional fees for MGT-7 and ADT-1

Additional fee Period of delays 

                                               Fee applicable 

Up to 30 days 

                                   2 times of normal fees 

More than 30 days and up to 60 days 

                                   4 times of normal fees 

More than 60 days and up to 90 days 

                                   6 times of normal fees 

More than 90 days and up to 180 days 

                                 10 times of normal fees 

More than 180 days 

                                 12 times of normal fees 

4.            What is the difference between Form MGT-7 and Form MGT-7A?

The MCA has issued a separate annual return form for One Person Companies (OPCs) and Small Companies. As per Section 11(1) of the Companies (Management and Administration) Rules, 2014, all companies must file their annual returns vide form MGT-7, while OPCs and small companies must file their annual returns in form MGT-7A.

Through the Companies (Management and Administration) Amendment Rules, 2021, the MCA introduced the form MGT-7A for OPCs and small companies to file their annual returns from the financial year 2020-21 onwards.

The e-form MGT-7A is applicable to only One Person Companies (OPCs) and small companies. Other companies established under the Companies Act, 2013 (‘Act’) must file e-form MGT-7 with the Registrar of Companies. Section 2(85) of the Act defines small companies as companies, other than public companies having:

•             A paid-up share capital not exceeding Rs.2 crore or such specified higher amount which shall not be more than Rs.10 crores.

•             A turnover not exceeding Rs.20 crore or such a specified higher amount which shall not be more than Rs.100 crore. 

However, the following companies are not considered as small companies:

•             A subsidiary or holding company.

•             A company registered under section 8.

•             A body corporate or company governed by special act.

ROC Filing (Basic)

  • Without DSC
  • 24/7 Support

ROC Filing (Standard)

  • With DSC
  • 24/7 Support

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