Public Services

One Window Information Service:

The Department has set up a One Window Information Service at its head office at Udyog Sadan, Plot No. 419, FIE Patparganj Industrial Area, Delhi 110092. The One Window information Service provides assistance for :-

Information on issue of acknowledgement of entrepreneurship memorandum under MSME Act 2006.

b Sanction of Power load from Delhi Vidyut Board.

c Issue of provisional registration as a small scale industry.

Registration of Small Scale Industrial Units (SSI)

SSI Registration is now replaced with filling of Memorandum(s) and undertaking under the MSMED Act, 2006. Salient features of MSMED Act-2006 are as under:
  1. Govt. of India has enacted a comprehensive legislation covering the entire gamut of the micro, small and medium enterprises. The legislation has come into force w.e.f. 02-10-2006.
  2. The state government is required to take action to ensure that the benefits of this promotional legislation percolate to all the stakeholders. Under the Act ‘industry’ component has been replaced by ‘enterprise’ with a view to emphasizing the importance of service sector enterprises.
  3. Manufacturing enterprises have been defined in terms of investment in plant and machinery (excluding land & buildings) as under:
  4. Micro Enterprises - investment up to Rs. 25 lakh

    Small Enterprises - investment above Rs. 25 lakh & up to Rs. 5 crore.

    Medium Enterprises - investment above Rs. 5 crore & up to Rs. 10 crore

  5. Service enterprises have been defined in terms of their investment in equipment and further classified in to :
  6. Micro Enterprises - investment up to Rs. 10 lakh

    Small Enterprises - investment above Rs. 10 lakh & up to Rs. 2 crore.

    Medium Enterprises - investment above Rs. 2 crore & up to Rs. 5 crore

  7. Under the Act
  8. a. SSI registration has been dispensed with and replaced with the filing of a memorandum.

    b. Filling of memorandum is optional for all Micro and Small Enterprises.

    c. Filling of memorandum is optional for service sector medium enterprises

    d. Filling of memorandum is mandatory for manufacturing sector medium enterprises.

  9. Enterprises will file the memorandum before the ‘Nodal Authority of Industries Deptt.’. (A format of memorandum along with the procedure of its filing can be downloaded by clicking here.
  10. It is mandatory for the manufacturing (not service) Medium enterprises to file a memorandum and It would be optional for all other categories to file such memorandum as stated above.
  11. It has been further informed that the memorandum filed by Enterprises would be acknowledged by the ‘Authority’ and further to issue the receipt is also mandatory.
  12. The ‘authority’ with which memorandum is to filed by Micro/Small Enterprises has been notified as Dy. Commissioner of Industries (Registration) by state government/ Industries Department.
  13. The interest on delayed payments to Small Scale and Ancillary Industrial Undertaking Act, 1993 have been incorporated in to new Act w.e.f. 02 October, 2006. It shall be mandatory for the states/UTs to constitute Micro and Small Enterprises Facilitation Councils (MSEFC) in their respective states.Rules for MSEFCs for Delhi have already been notified.

Parametetrs required to setup house hold/service industries as per Master Plan 2021.

  1. Household industrial units with maximum 5 workers and 5 kilowatt power may be allowed to continue in residential areas and new industrial units of this type could be permitted in residential areas subject to the condition that no polluting industrial unit shall be permitted as household industry.
  2. The industrial units could be permitted only after provisional registration by the Govt. of NCTD.
  3. Household industrial units shall be allowed on any floor to the extent of 50% of permissible floor area of the dwelling unit.
  4. Further additions/alterations to the list of Household Industries could be made, if considered appropriate and in public interest by the Central Government to do so.
  5. No inflammable or hazardous substance is permitted to be stored.
  6. Separate industrial electric connection (single phase) and Municipal License, would be necessary to set up a household industry.
List Of House Hold/Service Industries As Per Master Plan Delhi 2021


The House-Hold Electrical Appliances (Quality Control) Order 1981 was notified on 12th Nov., 1981 by the Central Government under Section-3 of the Essential Commodities Act. 1955, The principal objective of this Quality Control Order is to ensure safety and full protection against hazards to users of Electrical Appliances as well as to ensure that the manufacturers maintain the specified standards laid down by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Accordingly, 40 items of House-Hold Electrical Appliances were brought under the said Quality Control Order 1981 in the N.C.T. of Delhi. Commissioner of Industries has been designated as the Appropriate Authority.

The Quality Control Cell of Household Electrical Appliances and Quality control Laboratory is functioning at B-72, Flatter Factories Complex Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi-110052.

1 The Department issues Manufacturers Certificate under HHEA (QC) order, 1981 to eligible manufacturers.

2 The Department has set up a Testing Laboratory to check the quality of the items/ goods produced by the manufacturers of Electrical Appliances. The facility of testing is available to the manufacturers on payment of the prescribed testing charges.

3 Periodic survey/inspections are conducted and samples checked/tested by the Department to enforce the said Q.C. Order.

In addition to the above, the Industries Department is also implementing the following Quality Control Orders.

a Electrical Wires, Cables, Appliances and Protective Devices and Accessories (Quality Control) Order 2003.

b Oil Pressure Stove (Quality Control) Order 1987).

4 The Quality Control Laboratory (Electrical) setup at B-72, Flatted Factories for Leather Goods Complex, Wazirpur Industrial Area, Delhi has been Accreditated in accordance with the standard ISO/IEC-17025-2005 in the field of “Electrical Testing” vide certificate No. T-1298 dated 26.06.2007 from the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL), Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India.

In order to maintain the Quality of various products to ensure safety of the consumers, the Department is implementing various Quality Control Orders.

1 Household Electrical Appliance (Q.C.) Order, 1981 Click here for list of items

2 Electrical Wires, Cables, Appliances and accessories (Q.C) Order, 1993.

Click here for list of items . General service Electric Lamps (Q.C.) Order 1989

3 Oil Pressure Stoves (Q.C.) Order 1997

4 Non Pressure Stoves (Q.C.) Order 1991

These orders are issued under essential Commodities Act, 1995.

Functions :-

i The section is enforcing the above said orders in NCT of Delhi.

ii Issue/Renewal of manufacturer's certificates (DI/QC/M --) under H.E.A(Q.C.) Order 1981

iii Provides testing facility to electrical items covered under Household Electrical Appliance (QC) Order 1981 & 1993




Registration of Society & Non Government Organisation Under Society Registration Act, 1860.


1 Registration of Societies:- Educational, cultural scientific & social welfare etc under SR Act 1860.

2 Amendment in the memorandum, rules & regulation of the registered Society

3 Receiving various correspondence mainly list of Governing Body filed on annual basis.

Registration:- The documents required as under:-
  1. Request letter to register a society under SR Act 1860.
  2. Two sets of memorandum of Association including List of Proposed governing body & list of Desire’s Persons (founder members of the society) - All pages to be signed by atleast seven members. Desirous persons or the person subscribing the names of the memorandum should not be (in any case) less than seven. If it is proposed to give all India character to the society there must be minimum of eight different persons from different States of Indian Union to the memorandum.
  3. Two sets of Rules & Regulations framed for the functioning of the society.
  4. Affidavits (on ten rupees stamp paper from President/Secretary society regarding the name/ title of the society.
  5. Copy of residence proof of all desirous persons.
  6. Proof of ownership of the registered office of the society and no objection certificate (on ten rupees stamp paper) .
  7. A copy of the report of the proceedings of the General meeting at which the registration of the Society was resolved.
Name of the society

1. As per the Society Registration Act 1860 similar & resemblance of name with existing registered society is not permitted. The Name proposed should not suggest or be calculated to suggest the patronage of the Government of India or the Government of State or connection with any legal authority under any law for the time being in force.

2. The Name of the Society should also not attract the provisions of Emblem and Names (PIU) Act of 1950.

Registration Fees

After approval for registration, a fee of Rs 50/- in cash is charged.

Certified Copy

For certified copy of MOA & RR for a registered society a fees of Rs.1/- per page will be charged. Application to this effect should contain the Name, Reg. No and must be signed by the General secretary or the President of the society.

Annual Report of the Society

As per the section 4 of the society registration act 1860, it is mendatory for the society to file its annual report along with list of office bearers/ governing body members to the Registrar of Society.

Amendment in rule & regulation and memorandum of the Society registered under the act

The registered society can make amendment in its rules & regulation as well as in memorandum of the society by submitting the application with the signature of the General Secretary or President. The amendment shall be approved by the Registrar of Society.

Procedure for amendment

i The Governing Body should send a proposal to all the members of the Society in writing or printed form intimating the existing provisions proposed to be amended.

ii The society should give a 10 days notice to the members for holding a special General Body Meeting which should be duly received by all the members.

iii The notice to all the members as per latest membership register should be sent by special messenger or by registered post.

iv The general body should pass the resolution by three fifth majority of the members of the society and should be recorded. (unless a different ratio is provided in Society Rules)

v In the subsequent general body meeting, the resolution of the previous meeting should be confirmed.

Documents required with application of the amendment.

a Minutes Book of the Governing Body/Managing Committee.

b Proof of service of agenda/notice to the members of the Governing/General Body.

c Minutes Book of the General Body.

d Membership Register.

e The Proposal which has been adopted by the General Body Meeting.

f An affidavit to the effect by the Secretary and the Chairman of the society that the provision of the section 12 of the S.R. Act. 1860 have been compiled with in the letter and spirit and also that there is no dispute in the Society.

g Comparative Statement of existing provisions and amended provisions.

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