Licensing is an action which is taken by the State to regulate trade and business for the protection of the public against anti-social activities involved in industrial life. This means that licensing power has a direct bearing on social inter-action and values. The modern administration under the impact of economic philosophy of welfare state has developed various techniques which imping upon the economic rights of private individuals and regulates the manner in which such right may be exercised. The regulatory techniques that are most commonly used in modern economic legislation are licensing, permit, registration and certification. Licensing power is usually exercised through these techniques in the regulation of various aspect of economic life. Licensing is a government action for social welfare. The use of licensing is for accomplishment of purpose.