MCA General Circular 6/2014 – Important Notification

Roll out plan of various forms under the Companies Act, 2013 and continuance of forms under the provisions of Companies Act, 1956

In order to facilitate the completion of notified sections, Ministry of Corporate Affairs has planned a staggered roll out of various forms. It has been decided to waive fees for all event based filing whose due date falls between 01/04/2014 to 30/04/2014. For the same, a separate Circular is being issued by the Policy Cell of this Ministry.

From 01/04/2014 to 14/04/2014 except existing e-forms mentioned in Table “A” (Refer:  General Circular 6/2014), no other e-forms will be available for filing. Other Front office portal services will continue.

From 01/04/2014 to 13/04/2014 the period will be used for clearing pending e-forms already filed under the provisions of Companies Act, 1956.

New Forms would be available for filing from 14/04/2014.

New Forms would be available for filing from 28th April, 2014. Refer the Updated Circular 


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12 thoughts on “MCA General Circular 6/2014 – Important Notification

  1. Hello Mam, i wanted to know that what will be the possible consequences if only DIR11 for Directors Resignation is filed and DIR12 will not be filed? pls enlighten it.

    • The resignation of director shall be accepted by the company. As per new Companies Act, it is responsible of director who wants to resign, to file e-form DIR-11 with ROC within 15 days from the date of resignation, and the company shall file e-form DIR-12 along with evidence of cessation, acknowledgment, board resolution copy. filing of DIR-12 is the responsibility of the company and if not filed, then he will remain as director and his name will be reflected on MCA site till DIR-12 will be not filed.

  2. Madam,
    I could not file form 32 before 01.03.2014 for appointment of additional director. can I filed today in new form w.e.f 01.03.2014 . please advice me.



  3. dear minal,

    Your block is really useful as it provide an updated information on companies Act. Dear i want to know that stampduty on AOA will remain same .

    Thanks and regards,

  4. Hi!
    Wanted to know in which form shall the resignation of a director w.e.f 31st march 2014 (before companies act 2013 became applicable) be uploaded on site, Do I have to use Form DIR 11 or Old Form 32, or some other form in place of form 32, since it has been removed from site? Please guide in this regard

  5. Hello Mam,
    I really appreciate your work. Your blogs are very useful to professionals.whenever i am in a fix, your blogs are the solution. Please elaborate on the incorporation procedure under CA 2013. Thanks & Regards.
    CA Rohit Kr Choudhary

  6. Thank you, it was very useful. Please send me the procedure of incorporation as per companies act, 2013, It will be really helpful.

  7. Thanks for the info. Ver useful

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