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NGO Registration

NGO is legally constituted organisation created by natural or legal persons that operates independently from any form of government. India has possibly the largest number of active non-government, not-for-profit organizations in the world. It has one NGO for every 400 people approx.

In India , NGO/NGP/ Public Charitable Trust Organisations can be registered in different forms such as Trusts, Section 25 Company, Societies and Cooperative Societies. NGO registration of Indian Non Government Organisation can be done under various Indian Laws. The different legal entities under which civil society organization can register themselves are-:

Registered Societies
Public Trust
Private Trust
Non profit companies(sec 25)
Co-operative Societies
Multi State Co OPERATIVE Societies(MACTS)

The term NGO originated from United Nations and normally refers to organization that are not a part of a government and are not conventional for profit business . The term is usually applied to organizations that pursue wider social aims and have political aspects but are not organizations such as political parties. NGOs can be distinguished into two groups:

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Operational NGOs : have to mobilize resources. Finance obtained from grants or contracts, from governments, foundations or companies, require time and expertise spent on planning, preparing applications, budgeting, accounting and reporting. Major fund-raising events require skills in advertising, media relations and motivating supporters.

Advocacy NGO – The main purpose of an Advocacy NGO is to promote a specific cause. It makes efforts to raise awareness and knowledge by doing various activities like lobbying, press work and activist events. Advocacy NGOs will carry out much the same functions, but with a different balance between them. Fund-raising is still necessary, but on a smaller scale and it can serve the symbolic function of strengthening the donor’s identification with the cause.

Operational NGOs often move into advocacy when projects regularly face similar problems and the impact of the projects seems to be insufficient. NGO Master too does both the advocacy and operational work. It is a developmental and environment operational NGO which run some regular campaigns by supporting campaigning networks. Our Masters conducts seminars to provide people with information about various operational and advocacy activities performed by it.

NGO Registration Process

1. Identify a minimum of 2 Trustees and 1 Author

For Registering a Trust , minimum 2 persons are required .

Minimum 2 Trustees have to be there and anyone of them can become the author of the trust. Trustees could be individuals, Companies or LLPs. Trustees Registering Trust are usually known as founder Trustees.

2.Identify Trust Name and Location

Founder needs to identify and select the name of the Trust and they also need to decide upon the address for registered office of the Trust.

Trust�s Registered office need not be a commercial place. It can be residential address as well.

3.Execution of Trust Deed.

A trust deed containing Objects and rules and regulations for operation of trust has to be drafted and executed by the author and the trustees

Trust deed is executed on requisite value of stamp paper as applicable to the state where Registered Office of the trust is situated.

4. Submission of Trust Registration documents to Jurisdictional Sub-Registrar

For submission of document physical presence of at least one author with original ID proof is required.

 

NGO Registration Process

1. Identify a minimum of 2 Trustees and 1 Author

For Registering a Trust , minimum 2 persons are required .

Minimum 2 Trustees have to be there and anyone of them can become the author of the trust. Trustees could be individuals, Companies or LLPs. Trustees Registering Trust are usually known as founder Trustees.


2.Identify Trust Name and Location

Founder needs to identify and select the name of the Trust and they also need to decide upon the address for registered office of the Trust.

Trust�s Registered office need not be a commercial place. It can be residential address as well.


3.Execution of Trust Deed

A trust deed containing Objects and rules and regulations for operation of trust has to be drafted and executed by the author and the trustees

Trust deed is executed on requisite value of stamp paper as applicable to the state where Registered Office of the trust is situated.


4. Submission of Trust Registration documents to Jurisdictional Sub-Registrar

For submission of document physical presence of at least one author with original ID proof is required.


5.Trust Registration and Certificate

Except where the State Act is prevailing ,Trust Deed is registered under Registration of Documents Act 1908 and original Trust Deed is returned to trustee with all NRN Details Finished on of.

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