Online NGO Registration In India

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What is an NGO ?

A Non-Governmental organization is basically a “Private Organization” that carries on the activities which are beneficial for the welfare of the society and assists various social services such as protecting the environment, promote the interests of the poor and provide the basic services for the growth and development of society.

How NGO’s are funded?

NGO‘s rely on various sources of funding some of them include:

Membership dues

Aadhaar Card

Driving License

Voter ID

What are the Benefits of Non-Profit Status?

One can claim deduction on their taxes regarding a gift or donation to a qualified organization

There is no political agenda and thus the aid is given easily without any cost

Separate entity

Limited liability protection

Tax-exempt status


How is NGO beneficial in India?

NGOs in India are pledged to human rights, sustainable development and social justice. It assists the needy people by various sources and are mainly commenced for the welfare of the society

NGOs play a vital role in developing society, promoting citizen participation, improving all types of communities and are in a way versatile which includes upgrading the environmental, social, advocacy and human rights work.

Also due to the formation of NGO undertakes various missions which may be Social Awareness,Political Awareness,and Animal welfare, economic and social development, cultural, improves and implements technological and science related tasks and programmes to improve the living of human beings.

Types of NGO:

Basically NGO can be formed in three different ways




These three forms are classified in NGO itself but their formation, registration and management processes are different. It can be formed in any type for social development and social welfare which in all kinds benefits the society.

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The following are the basic differences and procedure for the three different forms:

Formed under which Legislation Section-8 Company is a Private Company and is formed under Companies Act,2013 Society is formed under Societies Registration Act,1860 Trust is registered and formed under Indian Trust Act,1882
Registration Document The basic and important document for Section 8 Company is Memorandum and Articles of Association For Society the primary document is Memorandum of Association. For Trust the first basic instrument is Trust Deed
Duration for formation The duration for the section 8 company i.e. Non-Profit Company is formed within 3 months to 6 months as there are lot of permissions to be taken from various authorities and so it takes a long time to form section 8 company compared to normal private companies. Society is formed within 1 to 2 months Trust is formed within 15-20 days
Jurisdiction The Registering Authority is Registrar of Companies The registration to register the society is under the power of Registrar of Societies The registration of Trusts are registered under the jurisdiction of Deputy Registrar/ Charity Commissioner of the relevant area
Name Approval Rules Before registration name approval is required by application to Registrar of Companies. The issue of Name Approval depends whether an NGO is not registered with the required name in the particular jurisdiction, then only it is possible and if any other society is registered with the name which is already being registered it cannot be provided or approved. Name approval is not required,only that it shall not be disapproved by “Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper use) act, 1950”
Minimum number of Directors/Members There can be minimum two directors and Minimum 2 members in NPO There can be minimum seven members in a Society for the registration There shall be minimum Two Trustees and there is no limit of maximum number of members
National Validity The Company can be operated all over India. National validity is there as the registration is granted by the Central Government. Society can be functioned throughout India when registered at National level; if it is registered in one State it will be registered in and operated in concerned state only. Registration under Trust Act has National Validity and can operate throughout India
Voting Right Power The voting right proviso varies on the basis of shareholding capacity of Directors Members have equal rights in the General Body All trustees have equal rights except the settler
Annual Compliance The Company has to submit Annual Return and audited accounts at the end of the financial year Annual List of managing body is to be filed every year The General Body and other committees have to maintain their registers of meetings,resolutions, decisions and other related activities
Number of meetings to be held At least 1 Annual General Meeting and 4 Board Meetings are required to be held every year Meetings to be held as required to be held according to the bye laws of the society Regular meetings to be organized for the working of Active Trusts
Suffix to be used Foundation, Samiti word can be used with the same. Foundation, Samiti, Society, Organization words can be used with the name of the society. In the name of Trust the words Foundation, Trust, Samiti, society or any words can be used
Ownership The Company is the complete owner of the properties. The properties of Society are held in its own name by the Society The properties of Trust are owned by Trustees or Board of Trustees
Highly Transparent and effective as everything is disclosed publicly Low Low
Transparency in working Easy Changes are complex as modifications are to be made in the constitution documents Easy
Change in Board of Directors/Trustees/Members Easy Complex Low
Change of Registered Office High Medium Difficult
Cost Factor High Medium Low

Frequently Asked Question

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  • NGO is a Non-Government Organization or a Non-profit Organization which is mainly made for the purpose of welfare of society and which is made for the not for profit concern.

  • Section 8 Company under Companies Act,2013

    Trust under Indian Trust Act,1882

    Society under Societies Registration Act,1860

  • NGO is an Organization which works independently from the government on local, national and international issues.

  • STEP 1 : There is no difference whatsoever between a normal passport and a Tatkal passport. The difference lies in the way they were made. A normal passport is basically less prioritized than a tatkal passport and hence gets delivered later than it. So if you urgently need a passport who can apply for TAKAL passport online.

    STEP 2 : Thereafter, Board of Directors/Members must be formed who would be responsible for all the actions and decisions of the NGO.

    STEP 3 : : Next step would be to decide the name of NGO which is not similar to any Government Authority, Board or Ministry

    STEP 4 : The Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association needs to be documented

    STEP 5 : : For the NGO to be recognized it is always recommended to get the NGO registered.