Every individual who wishes to become a director needs to provide a declaration for Appointment and Qualification in form DIR-2. Form DIR-2 is the consent to act as a director of the proposed company. It contains details of DIN/ PAN, Name, Address, Contact Details, Occupation Details of each director of a company. It is a mandatory attachment while filing SPICe INC-32 on MCA Portal.
Form DIR-2 – Director Consent : Information required
The following information of the director is reported in Form DIR-2:
- DIN / PAN of the director,
- Full Name,
- Father’s Name,
- Mobile Number,
- No. of companies in which the director is involved,
- Particulars of Membership in case of professionals.
Who needs to attach DIR-2?
All the proposed companies should attach Form DIR-2 while filing SPICe INC-32 on MCA Portal. Individuals who wish to act as a director of the proposed company needs to provide DIR-2.
Notarized and Apostilled DIR-2 is only required in case of NRI Director.
Form DIR-2 – Director Consent
When to attach Form DIR-2?
DIR-2 needs to be filed as an attachment to SPICe INC-32. Hence it needs to be signed by the director before the filing of SPICe INC-32.
Steps to Attach DIR-2
Since this is an attachment of SPICe INC-32. You first need to gather Declaration from all the Directors of the company. Create a single PDF file of the same. And follow the below steps.
- Open SPICe Form INC-32
Open the SPICe Form INC-32 – form for incorporation of company
- Navigate to Attachments
Go to Attachments, click on Attach against Declaration by first subscriber(s) and director(s)
The documents has to notarize before the Notary of such country and the certificate of the Notary shall be authenticated by a Diplomatic or Consular Officer empowered in this behalf under Section 3 of the Diplomatic and Consular Officers Act, 1948. attested by Public Notary and authenticated by the Indian Embassy in the country of residence.
Yes, there is a mandatory requirement to appoint at least One Resident Director in a Company. Section 149(3) of the Companies Act. 2013 states that every company should have at least one director who has stayed in India for a total period of not less than 182 days in the Financial Year.