ROC e-filing refers to the electronic filing of various documents and forms with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) under the Companies Act, 2013. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has developed an online portal known as the MCA21 portal to facilitate ROC e-filing. The following are the steps involved in ROC e-filing:

Some of the commonly filed ROC e-forms include the annual return, balance sheet, profit and loss account, incorporation documents, and director-related forms. It is important to ensure that all the information and documents provided in the e-forms are accurate and up-to-date to avoid any delays or rejections in the ROC e-filing process.

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