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Kiran rani   17 May 2024

Get a factory licence in india

Obtaining a manufacturing licence requires fulfilling a number of requirements and stages.

Below is a general process outline:

  • Approval of Factory Plan - Create a thorough manufacturing plan that includes the machinery placement, layout, and other crucial information. Send this plan for approval to the Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) or the Chief Inspector of Factories (CIF).
  • Choose the Type of Factory - Take into consideration the kind of factory you plan to open, since each may have its own set of rules and specifications.
  • Selecting a Site: Pick a good area for your factory. Verify that the area satisfies municipal standards and is zoned for industrial uses.
  • Additional Permits and Clearances - You might require extra permits or clearances from other regulatory authorities based on the specifics of your manufacturing and operations.
  • Safety Measures - Make sure that all safety precautions, including having enough lighting, ventilation, and sanitary facilities, are followed in accordance with the Factories Act.
  • Formation of Legal Entities - Obtain a business entity registration from the relevant authorities. This usually entails getting a certificate of incorporation and registering your business with the Registrar of Companies (RoC).
  • Inspections - After you receive the licence, the authorities will periodically visit your factory to make sure that all rules are being followed.
  • Renewal: Make sure to promptly renew your factory licence in accordance with the established procedures.
  • Rules Regarding Employment - Respect labour rules, such as those pertaining to minimum pay, working hours, and worker safety, among other things.
  • Fire Safety Compliance - Obtain a fire safety certificate from the neighbourhood fire department and install the required fire safety equipment.
  • Licencing and Registration - Get a factory licence and submit an application for factory registration from your state's approved authority, such as the Chief Inspector of Factories.

By this process you can get Factory Licence.


 3 Replies

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     17 May 2024

Thank you for the information but who asked you this information ?

It is not a workshop that you post the lectures here. 

kavksatyanarayana (subregistrar/supdt.(retired))     17 May 2024

Why did you post this in academic interest?

T. Kalaiselvan, Advocate (Advocate)     19 May 2024

Now there is another above person misusing this forum with an unknown language for the reasons only he knows even though he had not opened this thread

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