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A director is a person who the shareholders elect to manage all the affairs of the company. It is mandatory to provide the names of the first directors in the Articles of Association of the Company. Every time the addition of directors is done by the members of the company in the general meeting, excluding the first directors. An additional director can be appointed for the company, if required, in a meeting other than the General Meeting.
Minimum number of Directors as per section 149(1)(a):
The appointment of directors is governed by section 152 of the Companies Act, 2013. A Directors Identification Number (DIN) and Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is a prerequisite for the appointment of directors.
There is no prohibition on the appointment of a foreign national as the director of any Indian Company as per the Companies Act, 2013.
However, as per section 149(3), every company is bound to appoint at least one Resident Director who has lived for a minimum of one hundred and eighty-two days in India during the financial year.
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For the appointment of a director, it is necessary for the company to hold a board meeting. A minimum of 7 days of notice in writing has to be hand-delivered or posted or sent via electronic means to the registered address of every director. For the addition of a director to a company, MyEfilings takes care of all the essential documents and resolutions.
The documents will be reviewed by a company law expert from MyEfilings, who will then file the necessary forms with the MCA to add a director to the company.
Congratulations the Director has been added.
An additional director is appointed by the board of directors between Annual General Meetings (AGMs) to fulfill specific requirements or provide expertise.
The eligibility criteria for the appointment of additional directors can vary based on the legal and regulatory framework of the country, as well as the company's articles of association and internal policies.