ngo registration in india


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NGO Registration

  • NGO Registration

  • Rs2000

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NGO Registration in India

Firstly NGO means NON - Government Organisation can be started under Public Trust Act, Indian Societies Act and Companies Act, 2013. Tax exemption is given for all non profiable NGO's.

Benefits of obtaining NGO Registration in India

  • Tax Exemption from Income Tax authorities.
  • Accountability of funds and donations they collect which helps to maintain records accuratly.
  • Legal status of NGO make sure to comply with various Laws and regulatory requirements.
  • For opening a bank account. An NGO can be registered as trust or societies or Section 8 company

Documents required for NGO Registration in India

Trust Societies Section 8 Company
1. Identity and Address proof of atleast two members in trust.
a. Voter ID
b. Driving License
c. Passport
d. Aadhar Card
1. Name and Address Proof of Society.
a. Rental Agreement
b. Electricity Bill
c. Utility Bill
1. Identity and Address proof of all directors of the company.
a. Voter ID
b. Driving License
c. Passport
d. Aadhar Card
2. Proof of Address of Trust.
a. Utility Bills
b. Electricity Bill
c. Rental Agreement
1. Identity and Address proof of nine members in society.
a. Voter ID
b. Driving License
c. Passport
d. Aadhar Card
2. Passport size photos of directors.
3. Two copies of Memorandum of Association and Bye - laws of the society. 3. Name of the company approval
4. Address proof of office of the company.
a. Rental Agreement
b. Electricity Bill
c. Utility Bill
5. Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association of the company.

Particulars TRUST SOCIETY SEC - 8 COMPANY
Governed by Trust Act of each state Societies Registration Act (State Law) Companies Act, 2013
Members: Minimum - 3 members  Maximum - 21 members Minimum - 7 members Maximum - unlimited Minimum - 2 Directors/Shareholders
Jurisdiction: Where the registered office of the Trust is situated. Before the Sub - Registrar or the District Registrar in the particular area or the Charity Commissioner. Where the registered office of the Society is situated. Before the District Registrar in the particular area or the Charity Commissioner. Online Registration
Document: Trust Deed Memorandum of Association, By-Laws, Forms Memorandum of Association & Articles of Association
Board: Founder or Author of the Trust, Managing Trustees (Treasurer, Auditor, etc.) Executive Committee (President, Secretary, Vice President, Treasurer), General Body (All members) Directors
Property Management: The properties of the Trust will be managed by the Trustees, however, the properties cannot be sold by the Trustees without obtaining the permission from the court. The property of the Society vests in the name of the Society and the same can be sold as per the terms mentioned in the By-laws of the society. (Eg: Approval from the Executive Committee Member) The property of the company vests in the name of the Company and the same can be sold as per the rules mentioned under the Companies Act, (Eg: With the consent of the Board of Directors in the form of a resolution)
Revocation/ Dissolution or Winding Up The trust is usually irrevocable in nature. For reasons like disqualification of trustees, the absence of trustees, mismanagement of the trust, the trust can be merged with another trust having a similar objective with the permission of the court. Dissolution as per the By-laws of the society, upon dissolution and after settlement of all debts and liabilities, the funds and property of the society may not be distributed among the members of the society, rather, the remaining funds and property must be given or transferred to some other society, preferably one with similar objects. Dissolution as per the By-laws of the society, upon dissolution and after settlement of all debts and liabilities, the funds and property of the society may not be distributed among the members of the society, rather, the remaining funds and property must be given or transferred to some other society, preferably one with similar objects.
Annual Compliance There is no annual filing but the board of trustee must keep the books and accounts proper. Societies must file annually, with the Registrar of Societies, a list of the names, addresses and occupations of their managing committee members. There is a requirement of annual compliance by the filing of annual accounts and the return of company with the RoC.

 

General FAQ – NGO Registration in India

  • Objective of NGO must be charitable and utilize all the funds towards such objective.
  • Prohibition of Dividend declaration
  • The main objective of NGO should not be earning profit.

Digital Signature is the only secure and authentic way that a document can be submitted electronically. All filings of e-forms on MCA Portal are required to be filed with the use of Digital Signatures by the person authorised to sign the documents.