NGO

NGO are non-profit making agencies that are constituted with a vision by a group of likeminded people, closer and accessible to the target groups, committed towards socio-economic development and sustainable growth, quicker in decision making, timely in action and facilitating the people towards self-reliance ensuring their fullest participation in the integrated development process.

A Non Profit Organization can be registered in India as a Society, under the Registrar of Societies (Societies Registration Act, 1860) or as a Trust by making a Trust deed (Public Charitable Trust Act). A third option is registration as a section-25 Company under the Companies Act, 1956.

Whether a trust, society or section-25 company, the Income Tax Act, 1961 gives all categories equal treatment, in terms of exempting their income and granting 80G certificates, whereby donors to non-profit organizations may claim a rebate against donations made. Foreign contributions to non-profits are governed by FC(R)A regulations and the Home Ministry. For an organization to be termed as Charity it requires Income tax clearances under 12 A Clause of Income Tax Act.

The following are the various Ministries/ Departments/ Government Bodies which provide Government Grants under various schemes to Non-Governmental Organizations:

  • Ministry of Culture
  • Ministry of Health & Family Welfare
  • Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment
  • Ministry of Tribal Affairs
  • Ministry of Women & Child Development
  • Department of Higher Education
  • Department of School Education & Literacy
  • National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO)
  • Council for Advancement of People's Action and Rural Technology (CAPART)
  • Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB)
  • Department of Youth Affairs

We provide registration service for two types of Non-Governmental Organization (NGOs). One is State Level and another is All India Level. The only difference between them is the working area of Organization. Unlike all India level Society a state level organization is restricted to carry out its function only in one state. It can acquire land and operate bank accounts only in one state.

State Level Society: Requirements

  • A suitable name for organization.
  • Charitable purposes.
  • Seven initial members to form the organization.
  • Two Members (President - Treasurer or Secretary - Treasurer).

All India Level Society:: Additional Requirements

  • At least nine initial members to form the organization.
  • Two Members (President - Treasurer or Secretary - Treasurer) form one state.
  • Other Seven Members from other seven different states.

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