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NGO Registration

An NGO is an autonomous, non-governmental group. Based on the goals of the organisation, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in India can register as either a Society, Trust, or section 8 company. An NGO is an organisation that does not seek financial gain from its activities.

The general public has the impression that NGOs are only focused on doing good for the greater good of society. Environmental, social, advocacy, and human rights work are all examples of what NGOs do. Non-governmental organisations (NGOs) serve an essential role in advancing society, bettering local communities, and encouraging citizen engagement by working to achieve social or political change on a broader scale. An NGO can get officially recognised in one of three ways: Company Types: (1) Trusts, (2) Societies, and (3) Section 8 Company.

Types of NGO Registration in India
In India, a person’s freedom to engage in community activities outside of the context of a formal group is strongly protected. One must have good management in place if they wish to build a group that will have members, activities, and resources.

There is a standard set of procedures that must be followed if non-governmental organisations (NGOs) structured as corporations, trusts, and societies are to be managed effectively. An applicant must comply with the applicable legislation in order to register in any of the ways described below. One can register a non-governmental organisation in one of three ways:

  • Registration of an Indian Trust under the Indian Trust Act of 1882.
  • The “Societies Registration Act, 1860” governs the process of registering a society.
  • The “Companies Act, 2013” has a registration section for new businesses under Section 8.

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