NGO Registration

NGO Registration

Easily Register your NGO for Charitable NGO purpose and get assistance for all legal compliance of NGO registration as per requirement of your NGO in simple and professional way with faster & limited time period.

Overview

Easily Register your NGO for Charitable NGO purpose and get assistance for all legal compliance of NGO registration as per requirement of your NGO in simple and professional way with faster & limited time period.

Business starter provide online NGO registration , There are 3 most popular ways for online NGO registration:

  1. Section 8 Company Registration,
  2. Society Registration,
  3. Trust Registration

NGO Registration

Non Government Organization - NGO ?

A non-governmental organization or NGO is a legally registered organization launched by natural persons and it operates independently without any interference of the state or central government. This term ‘NGO” is applied by the government on the entities to state that the particular company has no government status. NGOs are basically engaged in cultural, social, legal, and environmental-related activities without any aim of profit.

NGO organizations operate with their own fund and with the funds raised through its volunteers or through donation for a social cause.
Sometimes the Government use to fund the NGO organization totally or partially in project based or in object and social activity based. To monitor, to assist NGO our Indian Government allocated the Social welfare Ministry which supports to do several welfare activities as per the need and desire of NGO organization.

Advantage of NGO Registration

> Registered NGO benefits and enjoys the legal status and becomes eligible for the investments and funds received. For example, when a person donates investment or funds to a charitable trust, it is obtained under the name of the company and can be used for the trust’s social activities. In case of an unregistered organization, the assets can be obtained under anyone’s name and may be used in any such ways such as for their own profit.

> An organization which is registered under a new NGO registration process reinforces the social, ethical, and legal norms and standards of our society.

> The basic requirement for starting an NGO is to open a bank account in the name of the organization. In order to open a bank account, it is necessary to be filed as a Trust, Society or Section 8 Company.

> By NGO registration act, the organization obtains a special legal status and it enjoys tax exemptions which mean subscribers and donors or creditors can claim for their fund contribution for a tax exemption. Not only it enjoys tax exemption but also exempted from the various annual compliances.

> A company registered under NGO registration guarantees limited liability to the members of the company. The roles and responsibilities of the members are restricted only to a certain extent of the capital or fund contributed.

Documents to provide NGO Registration

> Application Letter from the founders/trustee stating the purpose of NGO Registration in India
> Memorandum of association/ Articles of association [MOA/AOA]
> Name, Address & complete details of the members
> Address proof [if rented, then NOC from landlord]
> Donation receipts [if any received in the past]
> Affidavit signed by the president of the NGO
> Duly signed declaration by the president

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Forms of NGO Incorporation:

1. Companies act, 2013

A section 8 company is a company with limited liability that may be formed for “promoting commerce, art, science, religion, charity or any other useful object,” provided that no profits, if any or other income derived through promoting the company’s objects may be distributed in any form to its members.

Procedure and Benefits for register section 8 NGO Company :

Section 8 Company is a Company licensed under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 (the Act), erstwhile known as Section 25 Company under the Companies Act, 1956, which has main object:

> For promoting commerce, art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment or any such other object.
> provided the profits, if any, or other income is applied for promoting only the objects of the company and
> No dividend is paid to its members.

Therefore, Section 8 Company is a company registered for charitable or not-for-profit purposes. Section 8 Company has various advantages when compared to Trust or Society. Section 8 company also has higher credibility amongst donors, Government departments and other stakeholders. Further, the key feature of a Section 8 Company is that name of the Company can be incorporated without using the word “Limited” or “Private Limited” as the case may be. 

Online NGO Registration as section-8 company

> Apply Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for proposed directors under section (8) of company registration.
> Form DIR-3 should be filed with the registrar of companies (ROC).
> Get your Director Identification number (DIN)
> Form INC-1: Apply for the name of the Trust/company/society
> MOA/AOA of the proposed Non-Governmental Organization registration
> Apply for license/company incorporation certificate
> Online NGO registration is complete; your section (8) company is ready to operate.

2. Indian Trust Act, 1882

The public charitable trust is a possible form of not-for-profit entity in India. Typically, public charitable trusts can be established for a number of purposes, including the relief of poverty, education, medical relief, provision of facilities for recreation, and any other object of general public utility.

Procedure and Benefits for register charitable trust NGO

Normally, trust is registered with the Registrar/sub-registrar office. Minimum 2 members are required for registering Trust. Both members can be family members. The settlor or founder of trust can also be managing trustee. Settler has to compulsorily to be present before registrar whereas no need for trustee for mandatorily present.

Online NGO Registration as Trust Act

> Choose an appropriate name for your trust.
> Finalize the trustee for the proposed entity.
> Prepare an MOA/AOA and rules for the functioning of the trust.
> Prepare the clauses of the trust deed.
> Trust deed must be prepared in consultation with legal experts.
> Trust deed must be registered with the local registrar as per the Indian trust act, 1882
> Submit the Trust Deed, along with properly attested photocopies with the local registrar.
> Once all the documents submitted and verified, final online NGO registration will take a week’s time for approval.

3. Societies regulation act, 1860

Societies: Societies are membership organizations that may be registered for charitable purposes. Societies are usually managed by a governing council or a managing committee. Societies are governed by the Societies Registration Act 1860, which has been adapted by various states. Unlike trusts, societies may be dissolved.

Online NGO Registration as society Act

> Choose an appropriate name for your trust.
> Prepare an MOA/AOA and rules for the functioning of the trust.
> Other documents required are.
> Cover Letter requesting NGO registration
> Certified Copy of Duly Passed Resolution for Non-Governmental Organisation Registration
> Minutes of the Meeting.
> Declaration by the President of the Society.
> ID proof as Address Proof of members
> To get the final approval, you must submit the MOA/AOA with the concerned registrar of societies in your state.

Business starter NGO registration consultancy service:

Business starter NGO consultancy has been providing registration services of non government organizations under all kind of NGO registration methods including trust registration, society registration and section 8 registration for non profit working , registration under charity commissioner of  trust and all kind of other process of registration.

Business starter provides documentation consultancy for FCRA Registration under foreign contribution regulation act to get foreign grants and funding additionally we get registration certificate for 12A and 80G under income tax act for tax rebate in donation receive and tax exemption for income of NGO. There are other many kind of ngo registration and documentation that they are required for working NGO’s that they are regular process of business starter licensing experts.

Business starter is the ngo consultancy service provider including ngo registration, support to get ngo funding, designing project proposal or project report for ngo funding , management of ngo and projected implementation work, business starter has been creating networking between social activist and nearby area, social workers, volunteers groups and other legal service like NGO Income tax filing, niti ayog registration etc.

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Areas of working Roles of NGO in development

> The NGOs are active to promote education, particularly among that section of population, which has remained un-benefited or less benefited by the measures adopted by the government. The education of girls, and other deprived people, particularly the SCs and STs, has been their target objective.

> Women are the other vulnerable section of society. Gender discrimination is a ubiquitous cultural reality. Retention of girls in schools is much less as compared to boys. Women are forced to work as housewife and denied participation in gainful economic activities outside homes. About three-fourths of the work done by women is un-monetized.

> The approach to development has been almost uniform world over at least in terms of the use of technology, magnitude of production, pattern of consumption and achievement of wealth. Fighting against human rights violations, social exclusions, domestic violence and others have been common objectives of the NGOs.

> NGOs are also rendering great service in restoring dignity to the deprived and discriminated sections of the people in the society like women suffering from gender discrimination, lower caste people suffering from caste segregation and the status of untouchable, racial and religious discriminations.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

NGO (Non-Government Organization) is an organization that works for charitable purposes. In this article, we will explain how to register as NGO in the form of Section 8 Company, under Companies Act, 2013.

The main purpose of establishing a NGO is to promote non-profit charitable objectives such as trade, commerce, arts, charity, education, religion, environment protection, social welfare, sports, research, advancement of general public utilty etc. 

Laws in India applicable to an NGO

NGOs can be registered in India under any of the following laws:

1. Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882

2. Society under Societies Registration Act 1860

3. Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013

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Business starter provide online NGO registration in India and nearby area here we go through about various documents and process for online Ngo registration in form of section 8 company or trust in India. :

  • Aadhaar (minimum two member)
  • PAN (minimum two member)
  • Electricity bill or water receipt

After paying the fee for the registration process, it takes around 8 to 10 days for online trust registration as per the norms of the Indian Trust Act – 1882. Before the legal document becomes valid all around the country, the applicant has to submit a presentation at the corresponding registrar’s office.

Step 1:Fill the NGO Registration Form

Step 2:Compile a trust deed, as per the documents provided by you for the registration process, a Trust deed will be compiled.

Step 3:Trust Deed Registration process, the trust deed so compiled will be presented to the concerned local registrar for registration. 

Step 4:A non governmental organization registration certificate is granted.

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NGOs can be registered in India under any of the following laws:

> Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882 – minimum two members (known as Trustee)
> Society under Societies Registration Act 1860 – minimum 7 members (known as members)
> Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013 – minimum 2 members (Known as Directors)

Minimum Member:

  1. Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882 – minimum two members (known as Trustee)
  2. Society under Societies Registration Act 1860 – minimum 7 members (known as members)
  3. Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013 – minimum 2 members (Known as Directors)

Documents Provide by each member are:

  • Aadhaar (minimum two member)
  • PAN (minimum two member)
  • Electricity bill or water receipt

You may do the documentations and get register on your own or take help of Business Starter for registration under lower cost and fastest time span.

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First decide, under which Act, you wish to seek registration.

A public charitable Trust or a Society can be registered at in India itself, in the office of the Deputy Charity Commissioner.

For registration under Clause 8 of Companies Act, you need to register at ROC, Kanpur.

You may do the documentations and get register on your own or take help of an advocate or a Business Starter for registration under lower cost and fastest time span.

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