Ministry of Corporate Affairs in India ( MCA) – कारपोरेट कार्य मंत्रालय (एमसीए), कंपनी अधिनियम
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs or MCA is a Ministry of the Government of India. This Ministry deals with corporate affairs in India. The Ministry is primarily responsible for administering the 2013 Companies Act, the Companies Act of 1956 and the Limited Liability Partnership Act of 2008.
At present, the Minister of the State is Mr. PP Choudhary who deals with Corporate Affairs. The official website of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs is www.mca.gov.in. All information related to the Ministry’s responsibilities and latest activities are available on this website.
- Company Liquidators, Ministry Of Corporate Affairs
- Office of Offical Liquidator
- Registrar of Companies (ROC)
- Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO)
Child agencies of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Here is a list of the child agencies of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs:
- Registrar of Companies
- National Company Law Tribunal or NCLT
- Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs or IICA
- National Company Law Appellate Tribunal or NCLAT
- Competition Commission of India
- Serious Fraud Investigation Office or SFIO
Schemes / Programmes and Missions
- eBook – The Companies Act 2013, Ministry of Corporate Affairs
- MCA21 – Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs administrates some of the Acts
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs in India monitors various acts. Here is a list of some of the acts:
- The Companies Act, 2013
- Companies Act of 2002
- The Companies Act of 1956
- The Indian Partnership Act of 1932
- The Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act of 1969
- The Companies Amendment Act of 1860
- Societies Registration Act of 1860
- The Limited Liability Partnership Act of 2008
Apart from the Acts mentioned above, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs administers several other acts.
Recent activities of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs or MOD has released a draft for strengthening IBC (Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code) on matters of cross-border insolvency. It will offer help to banks for accessing overseas assets of the companies that undergo resolution.
The cross-border insolvency’s draft facilitates the adoption of United Nations Commission on International Trade Laws as the model law on issues of cross-border insolvency. In its initial stage, this framework will be for the corporate debtors only. Afterward, they will take the initiatives for the matters of personal insolvency resolution as well.
This law will maintain a balance between reorganization and liquidation of international companies opting for resolution after company registration. It is emerging as the most widely practiced legal framework for dealing with issues like cross-border insolvency while ensuring zero intrusion into the domestic insolvency rules and regulations of the country.
Commissions / Committees / Missions
- National Foundation for Corporate Governance (NFCG)
Apex /Autonomous Bodies / Organisations
- Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA)
- Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI)
- Competition Commission of India
- Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI)
- Institute of Cost Accountants of India
Ministry of Corporate Affairs Website: http://www.mca.gov.in
Help Line Number: 0124-4832500
Contact Number: 011-23070954
Email Id: email@example.com
3rd Floor, Corporate Bhawan,
Ranga Reddy District, Hyderabad,
Telangana – 500068,