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NGO Registration


An NGO can be set up for the improvement of any useful purpose like sports, education, research activities, etc. The term Non-Government Organization does not mean that the Company cannot generate profit or income, but it essentially means applying the income for further promotion of the object and not for distributing it to the promoters.

NGO Can be formed in three ways:

  1. Trust
  2. Society
  3. Section 8 Company (as per companies act 2013) (Previously it was Sec 25 company as per companies act 1956)

A Non-Government Organization means a trust, company, or other association of persons

  • Established for a public purpose and
  • The income and property of which are not distributive to its members or office bearers but as a fair return for assistance contributed.

Our Process

Step 1

Initial discussion & collection of Information

Step 2

Confirm type of NGO

Step 3

Document compilation & preparation

Step 4

Registration Done

Step 5

Delivery of all Deliverables


A registered NGO gains legal status and becomes in charge of the funds received. as an example, when a private donates funds to a charitable trust, it's received under the name of the organization and used for the trust’s activities. In an unregistered firm, the assets are often received under anyone’s name and should be used for their own profit.

The basic requirement for running an NGO is to possess a bank account under its name. so as to open an account, it's mandatory to be registered as a Trust, Society, or Section 8 Company.

An organization that's registered as an NGO reinforces the ethical, social, and legal norms of our society.

The registration of an NGO is important to seek tax exemption from the income tax Authority.

Documents Required

Photograph of all the Directors

PAN Card of all the Directors

ID Proof of all the Directors (Driving License/Passport/Voter ID)

Electricity Bill or any other utility bill for the address proof of the Registered Office

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What to register - Trust, Society, or Company?

Depending on the type of work you want to do, it is best to apply accordingly. For the best solution, contact one of our experts for a better understanding as to which registration method suits your NGO the best.

How to register NGO?

First, you would need to pick a name, then check to see if it is already registered. If the desired name doesn’t exist yet, you can proceed to apply with the Registrar for a Certificate of Incorporation. The easiest way of registering your Non-Government Organization is by doing it with us. We do all the work for you and you don’t have to bother about the running about for the process.

What are other alternatives to start and set up a Non-Profit Organizations?

If you do not want to start an NGO, you have other options by which you can help society. You can start a club, a volunteer service, be part of a local chapter of an already existing NGO, and even be a fiscal sponsor.

Why do you need to register an NGO?

There are many reasons why it is better to register an NGO. One of the most important ones in funds. As an NGO you will receive funds from various quarters. The money you get from donors has to be put in a bank. To open a bank account under a company or an NGO, you need to have some documents. The registration of an NGO provides you with documents to show that funds are received in the NGO's name.

Can any government employee or officer be a member of an NGO?

The answer to this question is yes. Government employees or officers can be part of NGOs provided the NGO is not anti-government. There are a few rules too that these people have to follow, one of them is to make sure that the NGO is not profit-making.

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