DIN Registration

DIN Number or Director Identification Number is a unique 8 digit number that is required for any existing or proposed Director of a Company. Director Identification Number (DIN) has been introduced in India by way of the Companies Amendment Act, 2006.

What is a DIN Registration?

DIN number or Directors Identification Number is a unique identification number provided by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs to an individual who intends to be a director of a company in India.

 

DIN number or Directors Identification Number of a director is a unique 8-digit number which allows a person to legally act as a Director of a company. The DIN number is granted only one time to a person and an individual acting as the Director of multiple companies does not require to obtain multiple DINs to act as a director in those companies.

Rules for obtaining DIN:

  • In the case of new companies, first Directors up to number of 3 can apply for a DIN number only through the SPICe plus Form.

  • In the case of already existing companies, the Directors can apply for a DIN number only through the DIR-3 Form.

  • In case of already existing companies, the applicant director must attach a signature of any existing company director wherein he wants to get added.

  • For E.g. Mr. Manoj wants to apply for DIN  wherein he wishes to be a director in ABC company. Here, Mr. Manoj will require a board resolution of “ABC’ company along with the digital signature of any of the existing director of ABC company.

Price and Plan

Price may varies for different states in India
ESSENTIAL
₹ 1499/-
(All Inclusive)
  • New DIN Application

ENHANCED
₹ 1999/-
(All Inclusive)
  • eXpress DIN Application (within 24 hours)

ULTIMATE
₹ 2599/-
(All Inclusive)
  • New DIN Application

  • 1 DSC Class III having 2 Years Validity

Importance of Director Identification Number

  • A DIN number is required to legally identify a person as a director of a company in India.

  • The entire database of the director can be found using DIN

  • Any form of communications with the MCA/ROC from the company such as annual returns, ROC filings, applications or KYC information related to the company is submitted with the signature of the Director(s) along with their DIN number.

  • Non-compliance with this can result in penalties and fines from the ROC and the Director can also lose their DIN number.

  • Director Identification Number (DIN) not only helps fixing the identity of the Director but also relates his participation in others companies, past and present.

  • Once obtained DIN number, the director can use the same for life irrespective of the company he works in. A change in the company doesn’t change the Director Identification Number.

How to Apply For DIN?

  1. Fill in a simple Checklist

  2. Verification of Document

  3. Submission of documents

  4. Processing of application

  5. You Receive DIN