An NGO is a non-governmental organisation that works to improve society at large through philanthropic endeavours. Depending on the activity you want to pursue, you can start it as a Trust, a Society, or a Non-Profit Company [Section 8 Company].All non-profit organisations, including Trust, Societies, and Section 8 Companies, are collectively referred to as NGOs in India and “Sangam. All non-profit NGOs are eligible for an income tax exemption.These are occasionally mistaken with non-profitable businesses, which denotes a conventional company that is not turning a profit.Comfunda will assist you in making the best decision and will walk you through the full NGO registration procedure.
On the scheduled date for registration, the Author of the Trust shall be present in the Register Office for registration.
Once the payment for the registration is done, it takes about 8 to 10 days for drafting the MoA and By-laws of the Society.
Once the payment for the registration is done, it takes about 8 to 10 days for drafting the MoA and AoA of the Society.
Registering an NGO in India is quick, easy, and can be done online with Vakilsearch in 3 simple steps: