MCA-21 technical glitch may have affected 2L e-filings
As a result of the technical glitch, corporates want the government to extend the last date of filing of financial statements in XBRL mode, a language for the electronic communication of business and financial data, from February 15 by at least another month or so. MCA-21 is the e-governence site of the ministry of corporate affairs hosting close to nine lakh companies. Incidentally, MCA-21 will be completing 7-years on February 18.
The MCA-21 website ran into technical glitches post January 17, when IT major Infosys took charge of the portal from another IT major TCS. MCA-21 website is still down impacting even e-stamp revenue collection (average collection of R1.2 crore/day), estimates from various chartered accountancy firms said. The MCA-21 portal is the key platform for companies for submitting the required documents and filings to the registrar of companies (RoC). Besides, the website provides public access to corporate information. The government has made it mandatory for companies to
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