As its very name implies, an NGO (non-governmental organization) is not a part of any State or Federal Government, and is independent for managing its affairs and activities by itself, as per the MOA and By-laws of the organization. The NGOs are made for certain specified noble and generous aims, relating to the social, cultural, educational, legal, environmental, occupational or vocational, etc., development and growth. Generally, NGOs are not-for-profit organization and are non-commercial in nature or purpose. Moreover, for funding their diverse developmental works and activities, they usually have a private source of income, besides the external and governmental contributions. Today, the importance, utility, and great meaningfulness of NGOs have enhanced manifold owing to their active and effective contribution to well-rounded social development and welfare, in every growing and progressing country. Hence, ours globally appreciated and respected law firm well-based in India, provides swift and perfect services for ngo registration in countries worldwide, essentially including India. Based on the functional orientation, an ngo can come under any one of the categories of charitable, service, empowering, and participatory.
Guidelines for NGO Registration in India
In India, three main and most prominent categories of NGOs exist as the Societies, Trusts, and the Section-25 Companies. Depending on the level of cooperation acquired by these, these can further be classified into the broad categories of community-based, regional, national, or the international. Ours rigorous and brisk services for ngo registration india, are for these all types of NGOs in any desired part of the country. Below are mentioned the ngo registration guidelines regarding each of these categories of NGOs. For formation of a society, the minimum number of members required is seven, and it is registered under the Societies registration Act, 1860, through the registrar of societies appointed in every major State of India. The most essential and significant documents in this connection are the memorandum of association and the by-laws of the association. For inception of a trust, there should be at least two members or trustees, and this is formed and registered as per the provisions given in the Trust Act of the concerned State, or the Indian Trusts Act of 1882. The trust deed is the vital document for its management. For forming a section-25 company, in accordance with the provisions given in section-25 of the Indian Companies Act of 1956, there are required only three members as the minimum. The procedure for its registration is same as the company registration, and application and requisite documents are filed with the relevant registrar of companies, depending upon the location of the organization.