Public Limited Companies
These are joint stock companies that have sold shares to specific public and thus have attracted public money in form of share capital. Those companies are frequently quoted on the stock exchange. Usually these companies raise large total of money from the public and in order to do thus, companies should:
A. Acquire permission from the capital market improvement authority known like New Issue Committee also.
B. The company in require of public money will have to get permission from the NSE Council before it can be permitted to have its shares "dealt-in".
C. The law uses such a company to have a minimum of seven shareholders and there is no upper bounded.