Nidhi Company Software Bangalore, Nidhi Company Registration

Nidhi Company Banking Software Bangalore is a online web based software built especially for Nidhi Company with automatic posting of business data to accounts module. Websoftex Nidhi Banking is a .NET based centralized database online software for Nidhi Software with core banking operations such Fixed Deposit, Recurring Deposits, Daily Deposit Schemes, Loan to Customers, Monthly Income Schemes, Dividend declarations, Saving A/c, Current A/c, FD A/c, RD A/c, DDS A/c, Management of Cheque book, Passbook and Bond. Websoftex Nidhi Company Banking Software handles all kind of Loan operations, Printing Loan Ledger, Automatic Interest Calculations.

 

Websoftex has been working in software development since last seven years. In that period we have design lot of websites & software, “Nidhi Company Software” is one of them. Before developed that our experts research on that in very deep and understood the concept also. After more research on that we started the work to develop the “Nidhi Company Software” software. Our team thought that lot of limitation in window base like core banking, real time updating is not available etc., so we decided to develop that application on Web.

 

DRAFT RULES UNDER COMPANIES ACT, 2013

Nidhis

In exercise of the powers conferred under sub-section (1) of section 406 read with sub-sections (1) and (2) of 469 of the Companies Act, 2013, the Central Government hereby makes the following rules, namely:-

  1. These Rules may be called Nidhi Rules, 2013.
  2. They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the Official Gazette.
  3. These rules shall apply to:

(a) Every company which had been declared as a Nidhi or Mutual Benefit Society under sub-section (1) of section 620A of the Companies Act, 1956.

 

(b) Every company functioning on the lines of a Nidhi company or Mutual Benefit Society but has either not applied for or has applied for and is awaiting notification to be a Nidhi or Mutual Benefit Society under sub-section (1) of section 620A of the Companies Act, 1956.

 

(c) Every company incorporated as a Nidhi pursuant to the provisions of section 406 of the Act (hereinafter referred to as Nidhi).

 

  1. 4. in these rules:-

(i) “Act” means the Companies Act, 2013.

 

(ii) “Doubtful Asset” means a borrowal account which has remained a non-performing asset for more than two years but less than three years.

 

(iii) “Financial year” means financial year as defined in sub-section (41) of section 2 of the Act.

 

(iv) “Loss Asset” means a borrowal account which has remained a non-performing asset for more than three years or where in the opinion of the Board, a shortfall in the recovery of the loan account is expected because the documents executed may become invalid if subjected to legal process or for any other reason.

 

(v) “Member” means a member as defined in sub-section (55) of section 2 of the Act.

 

(vi) “Net Owned Funds” means the aggregate of paid up equity capital and free reserves as reduced by accumulated losses and intangible assets appearing in the last audited balance sheet:

Provided that:

(a) A reserve shall be considered as a “free reserve” if it is available for distribution as dividend.

 

(b) The amount representing the proceeds of issue of preference shares shall not be included for calculating Net Owned Funds.

 

(vii) “Non-Performing Asset” means a borrowal account in respect of which interest income and/or installment of loan towards repayment of principal amount has remained unrealised for 12 months.

 

(viii) “Standard Asset” means the asset in respect of which no default in repayment of principal or payment of interest has occurred or is perceived and which has not shown signs of any problem relating to repayment of principal sum or interest nor does it carry more than normal risk attached to the business.

 

(ix) “Sub-Standard Asset” means a borrowal account which is a non performing asset:

Provided that reschedulement or renegotiation or rephasement of the loan instalment or interest payment would not change the classification of an asset unless the borrowal account has satisfactorily performed for at least twelve months after such reschedulement or renegotiation or rephasement.

PROCEDURE TO FORM A NIDHI COMPANY

“Nidhi” means a company which has been incorporated as a Nidhi with the object of cultivating the habit of thrift and savings amongst its members, receiving deposits from, and lending to, its members only, for their mutual benefit, and which complies with such rules as are prescribed by the Central Government for regulation of such class of companies.[Section 406]

 

According to Rule 4 of Nidhi Rules, 2014; a Nidhi Company shall be a public company and must have a minimum paid up equity share capital of five lakh rupees. The Nidhi Company shall have only one object in its memorandum that is of cultivating the habit of thrift and savings amongst its members, receiving deposits from, and lending to, its members only, for their mutual benefit. Every Company incorporated as a “Nidhi” shall have the last words ‘Nidhi Limited’ as part of its name.

 

Rule 5 say, every Nidhi shall, within a period of one year from the commencement of these rules, ensure that it has:

 

(a) Not less than two hundred members.

 

(b) Net Owned Funds of ten lakh rupees or more.

 

(c) Unencumbered Term Deposits of not less than ten per cent of the outstanding deposits.

 

(d) Ratio of Net Owned Funds to deposits of not more than 1:20.

The process of incorporation of a Nidhi company is same as of incorporation of a public company limited by

Share.

 Loans & Directors

 Relevant rules in the Nidhi Rules, 2014 as under:-

Loans

  • A Nidhi shall provide loans only to its members.
  • For the purposes of sub-rule (2), the amount of deposits shall be calculated on the basis of the last audited annual financial statements.
  • A Nidhi shall give loans to its members only against the following securities, namely:-
    • Gold, Silver and Jewellery
    • Immovable Property
    • Fixed Deposit receipts, National Savings Certificates, other Government Securities and
    • Insurance Policies

Directors

  • The Director shall be a member of Nidhi.
  • The Director of a Nidhi shall hold office for a term up to ten consecutive years on the Board of Nidhi.
  • The Director shall be eligible for re-appointment only after the expiration of two years of ceasing to be a Director.
  • The person to be appointed as a Director shall comply with the requirements of subsection (4) of section 152 of the Act and shall not have been disqualified from appointment as provided in section 164 of the Act.

 

Branches of Nidhi Companies

 

A Nidhi Company has to satisfy certain criteria as provided by MCA to open branches which are as

Follows:-

  • Nidhi Company may open up to three branches within a revenue district if it has earned a profit for last three continuous years;
  • Nidhi Company may open beyond three branches outside the revenue district subject to above condition and prior permission of MCA; and
  • Nidhi Company can’t open branches or collection centres or offices or deposit centres, by whatever name called, outside the state of its Registered Office.

 

Non-Permissible activities for Nidhi Companies

 

Pursuant to Notifications GSR 555 (E) dated July 26, 2011 and GSR 308 (E) dated April 30, 2002, MCA directed Nidhi Companies to not carry out certain activities such as:-

(i) Carrying on the business of chit fund, hire purchase finance, leasing finance, insurance or acquisition of shares or debentures issued by any body corporate except the shares of another Nidhi Company, if specifically permitted by MCA;

(ii) Opening any new current account with its members;

(iii) Admitting as member, any body corporate or trust;

(iv) Issuing any equity share of nominal value less than rupees 10/- except in case of Nidhi Companies incorporated on and after July 26, 2001:

(v) Levying service charge for issue of shares to members;

(vi) Making any preferential allotment of shares to any persons or group of persons but shall make only rights issue of shares and the unsubscribed portion can be apportioned by the Board of Directors in terms of Section 81 of the Companies Act, 1956;

Provided that this restriction shall not apply to allotment of shares up to the face value of

Rs.100/- to new deposit holders or borrowers and in respect of qualification shares held by Directors.

 

(vii) Acquiring another company by purchase of shares or control of composition of Board of Directors otherwise than through amalgamation or merger under the Act and subject to the regulations applicable to Nidhi Companies in force;

(viii) Carrying on any business other than the business of borrowing or lending in its own name and allow use of its name by any other body corporate whose main object is to earn profit by borrowing and lending;

(ix) Entering into any financial dealing with any person other than its members;

(x) Pledging any type of security lodged with it by its members;

(xi) Taking further deposits from or lends further money to any body corporate;

(xii) Entering into any partnership arrangement in its borrowing or lending activities;

(xiii) Issuing or causing issuance of any advertisement in any form for soliciting deposit. However, Private circulation of the details of fixed deposit schemes among the members shall not be considered to be “advertisement” inviting deposits;

(xiv) Paying any brokerage or incentive for mobilizing deposits from members or for deployment of funds or for granting loans;

(xv) Issuing prepaid interest warrant; and

(xvi) Entering into any arrangement for the change of its management without a special resolution passed in its general meeting and approval of MCA.