MCA notification – Applicability of Regulation 17(6) in processing the work items

Circular No. 10/2013

No. MCA21/37/2013

Government of India

Ministry of Corporate Affairs

5th Floor, “A” Wing, Shastri Bhawan

Dr. R. P. Road, New Delhi – 110001

Dated: 08.05.2013


All the Regional Directors,

All the Registrar of Companies

Sub: Applicability of Regulation 17(6) in processing the work items.


I am directed to convey, with the approval of the Competent Authority that, henceforth, under the provisions of Regulation 17(6) of the Company Regulation, 1956, ad-hoc work items may be created to extend the validity of the work item beyond the time limits prescribed under the Regulation by the ROC concerned.

The ROC concerned shall record the specific reasons for creating the ad-hoc item. The details of ad-hoc work items created along with the reasons for such creation shall be intimated to the Regional Director every fortnight in the format prescribed. The Regional Director shall send a consolidated report by e-mail to the E-Gov Division of the Ministry within a week thereafter along with his observations. The format below may be used for reporting by ROC/RD.

S. No. SRN No. Form Extended up to Reasons for extension Observations of RD

The said change shall come into effect from the date of this circular.

 Yours faithfully

(Sanjay Kumar Gupta)

Deputy Director


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