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Startup India programme

CA Manish Dalmia


Hello Friends,


Good News!!!


There are couple of changes in Start-up policy by DIPP (Department of Industrial policy and promotion)

To name a few,

  1. A learning module is being designed by DIPP
  2. Applications will be examined in a day and will ask for all the documents not submitted
  3. No need to get the certificate of recognition from Govt. to access the legal help for filling patents
  4. Cap on the fees
  5. The Corpus of Start-up India is expected to be in use very soon
  6. Consideration of Tax holiday for 5 years in place of 3 years.


Keep doing business.



CA Manish Dalmia