At the time of the incorporation of a business entity, the applicants are provided with options for selecting their class for Company based on which the Companies Act, 2013 provisions will be applied. To avail the benefits of the other classes, the Companies Act, 2013 allows changing the class post-incorporation from Private Company to Public Company and vice versa. In simple words, Private Company is a closely held Company which put a restriction on transfer of shares through its Articles of Association (AoA). The Companies Act, 2013, prohibits the invitation to the public to subscribe for shares in a Private Company. On the other hand, Public Company does not have any such restrictions regarding an invitation to the public for the subscription of shares or transferability of shares. Both companies have their benefits and limitations. The applicants sometimes desire to change their class of Company. The procedure followed for the Conversion of Private Company to Public Company will be discussed here. The article discusses the relevant provisions of Companies Act, 2013, for Conversion of Private Company to Public Company.