The Government of India launched the new Start-up Scheme in India which facilitates a start-up with many incentives. These incentives are very lucrative and can give a start-up the required boost to get going on a large scale. But, this has made many wonder, as to whether what is qualified as a start-up? Well, the government has laid down some stringent laws for this too. Let us take a look at it. The most important of which is that the company should be a Private Limited, Partnership or a Limited Liability Partnership firm registered with the ROC of India under the Companies Act. Other eligibility criteria includes having not more than 5 years of history from date of incorporation, not more than 25 crores in turnover, having a patented process, product or service, getting approval from DIPP and recommendation letter from incubators. At SunBrio, we can help you get your company registered and patent filed, which comprises of the major parts of fitting in the eligibility criteria. Even if your company is not registered as any of the above stated companies, we at SunBrio can help you get it registered within one week’s time. If you have a process, product or service that is unique, let us know, we will help you get a patent for it, which will help you accomplish the criteria for the start-up scheme of the Government of India. Visit our page http://www.sunbrio.com/patent-registration-india/ to apply for patent registration in India.