Since a company is an artificial judicial person created by law, it needs natural person to work on its behalf. This is where the directors step in. A collective body of directors are known as a Board of Director. The Board is responsible for the management and day to day activities of the company.
Directors may be added to the board as and whenever felt the need either by the Board or by the shareholders.
Similarly, Directors may also be removed from their directorship for valid reasons by the Shareholders of the company.
Directors may also resign from directorship for various reasons and give notice for the same to the Board.
In all the above cases, intimation to ROC is mandatorily required only after which such appointment, removal or resignation reflects in database of Ministry of Corporate Affairs.