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Appointment of Director

Regulator of an association is an individual picked by the financial specialists for managing the endeavors of the association as per the Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association of the association. Since an association is a phony legitimate individual made by law, it can simply act on account of trademark individuals. Thusly, simply living individuals can be Directors of an association and the organization of an association is invested to the Board of Directors. Plan of Directors can be required for an association sometimes reliant on the necessities of the financial specialists of the business.

To pick a boss, the individual proposing to transform into a Director must gain an automated mark confirmation (DSC) and head recognizing evidence number (DIN). Upheaval can be gotten for any person who is beyond 18 years old. The personality or residency status of the DIN applicant doesn’t matters. Consequently, Indian Nationals, Non-Resident Indians and Foreign Nationals can get DIN and be chosen as Director of an association in India.

Meaning of Director in Private Limited Company

Associations Act, 2013 describes the articulation “Boss” as someone game plan to the Board of an association. The Board of Directors suggests a social affair of those individuals picked by the financial specialists of an association to manage the issues of the association. Since an association is a phony real individual made by law, it is critical to act just gratitude to normal individuals. It can simply act through people, and it is the Directors through whom basically the association showings. In like manner, the organization of an association is invested to an assortment of individuals called “Top administrative staff”.

Another importance of a Director is someone who regulates, controls or facilitates something, especially a person from a business association; one who manages, controls or manages; an individual picked by the financial specialists of an association to arrange association’s methodologies; individual chose or picked by law, affirmed to administer and facilitate the endeavors of an association.

Becoming Director in Private Limited Company

For an individual to turn into a Director in Private Limited Company, he/she requires a Director Identification Number (DIN Number). Noise Number can be gotten for any individual beyond 18 years old by applying to the DIN Cell. Bizcruise Learning Center gives more data about the procedure to getting DIN in INDIA.

Types of Director in Company

The following are the types of Director in Company:

Managing Director

A “Managing Director” means a Director who, by virtue of Articles of Association of a company. or an agreement with the company or a resolution passed in its general meeting, or by its Board of Directors, is entrusted with substantial powers of management of affairs of the company.

Whole-time Director or Executive Director

An Executive Director or whole-time Director is someone in full-time employment of the company.

Ordinary Director

An “Ordinary Director” means a simple Director who attends the Board meetings of a company and participate in the matters put before the Board of Directors. These Directors are neither whole-time Directors or Managing Directors.

Additional Director

An Additional Director is someone appointed by the Board of Directors between two subject to the provisions of the Articles of Association of a Company. Additional Directors shall hold office only upto the date of the next annual general meeting of the Company. Number of Directors and additional Directors of a company together shall not exceed the maximum strength fixed for the Board of Directors by the Articles of Association.

Alternate Director

Alternate Director is someone appointed by the Board of Directors in a general meeting to act for a Director called the “original director” during his absence for a period of not less than three months from India. Generally, alternate Directors are appointed for a person who is Non-Resident Indian (NRI) or for foreign collaborators of a company.

Professional Director

Any Director possessing professional qualifications and do not have any pecuniary interest in the company are called Professional Directors. In large companies, Professionals are sometimes appointment to the Board to utilize their expertise in the management of the Company.

Nominee Director

Banks and Private Equity investors who grant debt or equity assistance to a company generally impose a condition as to appointment of their representative on the Board of the concerned Company. These nominated persons are called as nominee Director.

In a One person Company a nominee Director is someone nominated by the sole Director of the One Person Company to take over affairs of the OPC in case of death or incapacitation of sole Director.

Maximum and Minimum Number of Directors in Private Limited Company

Only an Individual (living person) can be appointed as a Director in a Company. A body corporate or business entity cannot be appointed as a Director in a Company. A company can have a maximum of fifteen Directors – it can be increased further by passing a special resolution.

Minimum Number of Director in Company are as follows:

  • Private Limited Company – Minimum two Directors in case of Private Limited Company
  • Limited Company – Minimum three Directors in case of Limited Company.
  • One Person Company – Minimum one Director in case of One Person Company.

Director in Private Limited Company – Residency Requirement

There is nothing in the Companies Act, 2013 that prohibits the appointment of any person who is a foreigner or NRI as a Director of a Company. However, Section 149(3) provides that every company shall have at least one Director who has stayed in India for a total period of not less than one hundred and eighty-two days in the previous calendar year.

Women Director Requirement in Company

Listed companies and  limited companies having a paid-up share capital of Rs.100 crore rupees or more or turnover of Rs.300 crores or more are required to appoint atleast one woman Director. There is no women Director requirement for a private limited company.