We deliver NGO Registration in Patna Bihar and NGO registration in Ranchi Jharkhand. NGO means Non Governmental Organisations. These organisations work for welfare of society and common people. These are also called Non profit organisation or non profit companies.
NGO (Non-Government Organisation) is an organization that works for non-profit/ charitable purposes. Their focus may be environmental, human or animal rights, improving health and welfare of children, development work or even raising awareness about a particular cause or activity, such as art.
NGOs can be registered in India under any of the following manners:
- Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882
- Society under Societies Registration Act 1860
- Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013
In this article, we will explain how to register as NGO in the form of Section 8 Company, under Companies Act, 2013.
An NGO or non-governmental organisation is a not-for-profit entity that does work for the welfare work for the poorer sections of society or toward a particular cause.
Eligibility Criteria for NGO Registration
- Voluntary Organization / Association of Parents of Person with Disability / Association of Person with Disability working in the field of Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation, Multiple Disability can apply.
- Should be registered under Societies Registration Act of 1860 or Section of 25 of Companies Act 1956 or as a Public Charitable Trust.
- Should also be registered under Person with Disability Act 1995.
Documents Required Apply For NGO Registration?
- Resolution & Authorization of the Organization to file application for registration.
- Form E for registration under Rule 27(3). All pages duly signed and stamped by authorised signatory.
- Audited Annual Accounts of the last two years
- Annual Report of the last year
- Memorandum of Association (MOA)
- Certificate of Registration under Persons with Disabilities Act-1995.
- Certificate of Registration/ Incorporation under any relevant Act like Societies Registration Act.
- Can an NGO be for profit?
An NGO is a non-governmental organization. NGOs do not contrast directly with nonprofit organizations because they are a category of nonprofit organization. As the name suggests, an NGO is independent of government insight, meaning it is not part of a government entity or operated through a government program.
- What is the difference between a trust and NGO?
Difference between various Types of NGOs: All the forms as Trust, Society or Non Profit Company are known and classified as NGO. Society, Trust or Non Profit Company all are known and identified as NGO, only formation, registration and management processes are main difference.
- What is an example of a nongovernmental organization?
A number of NGO variations exist, including:
- BINGO: business-friendly international NGO (example: Red Cross)
- ENGO: environmental NGO (Greenpeace and World Wildlife Fund)
- GONGO: government-organized non-governmental organization (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
- INGO: international NGO (Oxfam)