NOT Easy to Do Business
|17||5 Nov 2016 - 08:10||Anonymous (not verified)||184.108.40.206||Not Easy to Do Business||Private/Construction||Delhi||Sadar Bazar||3/5||2/5||2/5||2/5||Get construction permit||Corrupt officials who asked for bribes||It was quite tough to complete the construction on time due to the continuous and unnecessary interference of the officials on the construction site.||Always keep a copy of complete paper work with you||
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|19||16 Nov 2016 - 14:38||Anonymous (not verified)||220.127.116.11||Not Easy to Do Business||Hospitality/ Tourism||Goa||Anjuna||3/5||4/5||2/5||3/5||
Register the business
Get permits and licenses under environmental laws
Get building plan approved
Get electricity connection
|Tourism and F&B licenses||Can’t find information||I have recently started a new business in Goa in the hospitality and tourism sector. I tried to register a new business, register property, get permissions and licenses under environment laws, get my building’s plan approved, get electricity connection and tourism, food and beverages licenses. The paperwork that was required for getting licenses is efficient and streamlined but the procedures and processes involved in getting these licenses are very complicated. The procedures are not clearly defined and one can easily get confused since there is a lot of contradicting information. The government officials are themselves confused and do not have any sort of clarity since the procedures keep on changing frequently. All of this leads to delay at the cost of the citizen’s time, effort and money.||
My advice to other entrepreneurs is that - you should start all the procedures as soon as possible as the time taken to obtain licenses can vary from a few days to even a few months. I am of the opinion that if you have a certain kind of rapport with certain officials or “know” a few of them it tends be of great help in getting your licenses on time.
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|20||16 Nov 2016 - 14:54||Anonymous (not verified)||18.104.22.168||Not Easy to Do Business||Development Sector||Bihar||Muzaffarpur||1/5||2/5||1/5||1/5||Other||NGO Registration (Social Enterprise)||Confusing laws that say different things||
I am from Muzzafarpur, Bihar. I recently started a new enterprise in the Development Sector. I tried to register a NGO (Social Enterprise). I would say that the services provided in terms of registering the NGO are not at all time bound. It could take any amount of time to get your NGO registered. More over, my experience was that there is no sense of accountability when it comes to the government procedures related to starting up a business or an enterprise.
My advice to other people who want to have their own start ups would be that, since it is very difficult to start a venture in Bihar or even invest in Bihar, you should get your organization registered in any other state but not Bihar.
|25||16 Nov 2016 - 17:18||Anonymous (not verified)||22.214.171.124||Not Easy to Do Business||Social Sector,Non-profit||Karnataka||Bengaluru||2/5||2/5||1/5||2/5||
Register the business
Trade outside state/ country
|They keep asking me to submit some new document every time||
I helped to register a non-governmental organisation in the social sector in Bengaluru, Karnataka. The number of documents required to do the work was boggling, and very troublesome. It was quite a task to get a VAT certificate for our social enterprise. It took close to a year, as the process was lengthy and the officials kept asking for newer documents at every visit.
|26||16 Nov 2016 - 17:27||Anonymous (not verified)||126.96.36.199||Not Easy to Do Business||E-Commerce||Maharashtra||Mumbai||1/5||1/5||1/5||1/5||Register the business||Confusing laws that say different things||
I tried to set up an e-commerce firm myself in Mumbai. The whole process was just a big headache. You don't understand who is going to look after your concern as people are mostly busy with their own personal schedule and they don't even listen to you or have the time for your concerns or doubts. If you have to get your work done, you have to wait for them to get free and eventually bend a little and be extra buttery to ask them to do your job. When they start doing your work, they would ask you questions in Marathi and that's the most irritating part if you have to register your start up in Maharashtra. Come on, you have to be kidding me, asking me to do something in Marathi! I got the form in English, and Marathi is never simple to comprehend. They use terms in the form and expect us to know the terms. Had we known those terms, we would have not asked for their help.
Get someone to get your work done. Take a Charted Accountant’s or a lawyer’s help. You would forget about who you are when you step into the mess they are into. The lawyer or the Charted Accountant would handle everything for you.