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STPI Registration

Software Technology Park of India (STPI) is a Government recognized agency established in India in the year 1991 as 100% tax free zone for software exports. All STPI's are controlled under the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. STPI registration is inevitable as per the Income Tax Act 1961 to enjoy tax relaxation from its exports to another country. Government has set up these STPI's as Export Oriented Units (EOU) for boosting computer software and other allied IT products in a country. STPI registration has some certain rules and regulations and one should apply as per the Government's instructions for better management. These STPI's enjoy 100% foreign equity, tax incentives, duty free import and CST reimbursements over each transaction. STPI's are 100% tax exempted units registered under the section of 10A of the Income Tax Act, 1961 in India.

The following STPI registration processes are followed while applying for registration:
  • Application form in the prescribed form
  • Memorandum of Association
  • Article of Association
  • Detail of the project and business plan
  • Complete details of the CEO of the firm

Rules & Process of STPI Registration in India

Software Technology Park of India (STPI) registration rules and regulations are defined by the Income Tax department in order to register it. STPI registration is complete legal procedure and one must consult with trademark or legal professionals before registering as 100% tax exempted zone. In India, almost all big cities have at least one STPI for boosting economy through exporting computer software and other products to foreign countries. There are numbers of legal firms have been providing STPI registration services at an affordable price.

The following rules and regulations should be adopted while filing for STPI registration in India:
  • Complete Company Profile
  • Capital Structure
  • An estimation of Capital Goods Requirements
  • Export Earnings
  • Different Areas of Expertise
  • Foreign Collaborations