The NGO Registration of Companies (ROC) is an office under the Indian Ministry of Corporate Affairs that deals with the administration of the Companies Act, 2013, The Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008, The Company Registers Act, 1980, and The Chartered Accountants Act, 1949. These officers are from the Indian Corporate Law Service skeleton.‘ICLS’is a systematized Group A service reclamation of which is done by UPSC through Civil Service Examination since 2009 along with other services like IRS, IAS & IPS, etc.
There are presently 25 Registers of Companies (ROC) operating from services in all major countries of India. Some countries, similar to Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, have two ROCs each. Section 609 of the Companies Act, 1956 tasks the ROCs with the primary duty of registering companies and LLPs floated in the separate countries and the union homes under their administration.
The ROCs also ensure that LLPs misbehave with the statutory conditions under the Companies Act. The office of the ROC maintains a registry of records related to companies registered with them and permits the general public to pierce this data on the payment of a figure. The Union Government maintains executive control over ROCs through Regional Directors. There are 7 Regional Directors, and they supervise the functioning of ROCs within their separate regions.
The Registrar of Company takes care of company enrollment ( also known as objectification) in India, completes reporting and regulation of companies and their directors and shareholders, and also oversees government reporting of colorful matters including the periodic stuffing of colorful documents.