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LogoCompany law itself is a complicated one, more over most of its sections are to be read with Income Tax and other rules. Some times an experienced Company Secretary may fail to follow the changes in the law due to shift in the government policy or budget implications. To simplify this complexity and make aware of the latest changes in the corporate laws launched, a mega vortal totally focussed on Company Law and Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI). The main objective of the site is to be an online ready reference for professionals like Company Secretaries, Chartered Accountants, Lawyers, Management Consultants and Directors of Companies or Entrepreneurs. The vortal will also guide and impart knowledge to students of Law and others who are interested in Company Law and SEBI guidelines.

Announcing the launch of site, Mr. Narayan Jain, Director, Limited, said " is an online info-based on the Companies Act, 1956 and matters related to the companies in India. With the rapidly changing economic scenario of the country, further development of the corporate law and the emerging SEBI guidelines, it has become a necessity to have such information at hand. We therefore have the pleasure to launch a site that would provide all the updated information at the click of the mouse."

Mr. Narayan JainThe website offers a complete guidance for functioning of a Company at all the stages right from the formation of the Company until its dissolution along with related case laws, judgments etc. The site is designed in a way that the user can access to the latest information on various matters related to Companies Act, free of cost. The site contains the text of the Companies Act, 1956 with other related enactments like SEBI Act, 1992, The Company Secretaries Act, 1980 etc.

The FAQs section has more than 1000 questions. The site also provides addresses of Regional Directors, Registrars of Companies, Company Law Board and other institutions as well as a reference chart of fees payable to them for filing the various documents like statutory forms which can be downloaded and printed. The specimen of notices, resolutions, petitions etc. add to the utility of the site.

The comprehensive web site has been created with the help of an expert panel headed by Justice Mr. B.L. Jain, former Judge of Calcutta High Court. The other panel members include, Mr. P.M. Narielvala, Former President, ICAI; Mr. Shyamal Sen, Group Secretarial Advisor, Hindustan Liver Ltd; Dr. K.R. Chandratre, Secretary, Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd, Mr. B.P. Dhanuka, Company Secretary, Kanoria Chemicals Ltd.; Mr. Vinod Kothari, Company Secretary and author.

The hope page of the portal"The most important aspect of this site is its 'Online Help'. This option will provide solutions to any query of a registered user in a very short period. By having free registration, one may view most of the features of the site without any additional cost. All data will be updated on daily basis. The surfers will be kept abreast of the ever-changing economic scenario, with the latest circulars, notifications and press releases, issued by Central Government, RBI and SEBI," explained Mr. Jain.

If you are not a regular net surfer of, will send regular updates to your e-mail account. The site offers subscriptions to the individuals and corporates to get latest judgments, circulars and notifications. A non-corporate subscriber has to pay only Rs. 1500 per year and a corporate has to pay Rs. 3000 per year. For the NRIs the subscription will be US$ 100 per year. The expert panel of site would also help you in solving your queries relating to the corporate laws, by providing opinion at a modest fee. For this, e-mail your query to

"Our strategy is to enhance the value of information on Company Law by constantly updating and keeping in view the relevant provisions of Income-Tax Act and guidelines on SEBI. We will keep adding more judicial interpretations with commentaries and articles from various experts in the field, and present them in a lucid form so that information relating to corporate law can be accessed by any netizen with the click of the button," explained Mr. Jain.

Narayan Jain, has been a tax practitioner since 1976. He wrote many articles on income tax and corporate laws. 'How to Handle IT Problems', a book written in the form of question and answers is a hot seller with 7000 copies per year and reprinted 9 times with updates. He delivered many lectures on tax laws at IIM, Calcutta, ICWAI, ICFA etc. is the brain child of Mr. Narayan Jain, which has been formed to launch an array of vertical portals on various corporate and other civil laws and taxation subjects.

The launching is the company's second portal, The first portal, launched in November 2000 is the first site of its kind in India totally focussed on Income Tax, which gets over 3 lakh page hits per month. Mr. Jain, expects, same response to the latest site. The future plans of Limited include the launch of other such informative sites like '' for the benefit of persons living in India and abroad.

Address: Limited, 3 Ho-chi-Minh Sarani, Calcutta 700 071 Phones: 91-33-282 1100/8723 Fax: 91-33-282 3254

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