India shares border with Pakistan and Afghanistan in the northwest, China, Bhutan and Nepal in the north, Myanmar in the east, and Bangladesh in the east of West Bengal in India.
Indian economy is dominated by farming, modern agriculture, handicrafts, modern industry and its supporting industries. India has a large English-speaking population and is currently the world's most important information service industry producer, computer software exporter, and the home country of many software engineers in the 21st century.
Jilian Consultants provides full ROC compliance services.
Jilian Consultants provides domestic Human Resource (HR) planning. Our service under HR & Payroll Services includes but not limited to Recruitment, Manpower planning, Temporary staff, Payroll services, Drafting of agreements, Advisory on various employment policies, Psychometric testing, Employee engagement, Learning & Development, Performance Management System, Succession planning, etc. We also advise are clients in the area of laws related to employment that may affect any company and its employees.
Bringing together our diverse range of technical resources along with a committed team of legal practitioners involved in licensing matters, Jilian Consultants can help you achieve your business dreams by keeping you legally intact and safe while providing following License/ Registration services
Shop And Establishment License
Import Export Code (IEC) Registration
The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) License
Drug Manufacturing License
NBFC registration under Reserve Bank of India (RBI) Act
Registration of Insurance companies under Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA)
PAN and TAN registration
Professional Tax registration
Pollution Clearance certificate/ License from pollution control board
Labour law Registrations like EPF, ESI and contract labour, etc
BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) License/ certificate for manufacturers
Safety related License
License under Road Tax authority
For many multinational manufacturing companies, setting up factories in India is becoming popular. Benefits of setting up a factory in India includes reducing costs, achieving more competitive prices, and shortening the delivery time of products to customers. It can also increase the recognition of brands by Indian customers and generate local demand for relevant services.