NGO is a Non Government Organization. It is an Organization in which there is no role of Government and Government Representative. They are usually NPO (Non Profit Organization). NGO Registration in India is in different forms like, Registration under the Societies Registration Act 1860, Public Trust or Section 25 Companies under the companies Act, 1956. Non-Profit organization can be registered themselves as a Trust, Society or a company under section 25 of Companies Act, 1956(also known as company u/s 25). For Registration, some documents need to be available before starting basic process of registration. For example,
In case of Trust Registration.
1. Trust Deed –
i. The details of the author / settler of the Trust. ii. The detail of Trustees. iii. Name of Trust. iv. Detail of the Place where the office is situated. v. It should be signed by both the Trustees and settler in the presence of witness.2. Photo Id proof of trustee, settler and witness.
3. Address proof of office where trust is registered.
4. Signed Authority Letter.
In case of Societies Registration, under the societies registration Act 1860
1. Covering letter / Request letter.
2. Minimum number of Members of managing committee is seven
3. Two copies of Memorandum of Association. With complete detail of all seven or more managing committee members. i.e. Name, Address and full signature.
4. Two copies of Rules and Regulations.
5. Affidavit regarding the Name of the Society, duly attested / notarized from the President / Secretary.
6. Copy of address proof of all members.
7. Ownership proof of the registered office. i.e. House Tax Receipt, Rent Receipt and NOC ( No Objection Certificate) by the owner of the Premises.
8. Cash or Demand Draft in favour of Registrar, Societies of required registration Fees.
After receiving and verification of all the documents the Registrar’s office issue a certificate to the society. An important thing is that the name should be different and it could not be match with another society already registered.
In case of Registration of Section 25 Companies under the companies Act, 1956
1. First Apply for the DIN Number for the Directors.
2. Along with DIN there is a need of Digital signature Certificate, The Directors should apply for the Digital Signature Certificate.
3. Check for the name available on the MCA site and after that apply for the name in form 1A along with the required Fees
4. Memorandum and Article of association.
5. A Declaration by the Director
6. Form 32 of Director and form 18 for the registered office address.
7. Demand Draft for prescribed fees in favour of Registrar of the company.
After NGO registration we also have to get registered our NGO under Income tax Act for 80G Certification and 12A Exemption. 80G Certification helps assessee to claim deduction u/s 80G for the donations made to NGO. And 12A exemption helps NGO to claim exemption on Income that accrue or deemed to accrue during the financial year after satisfying the 12A conditions.
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