Non-Govt. Organisation (NGO) Registration

NGOs can be registered in India under - 

  • Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882
  • Society under Societies Registration Act 1860
  • Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013

Our Pricing Starts @ Rs 17,700/-

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Non-Govt. Organisation (NGO) Registration

Non-Government Organisation (NGO) at glance

The main purpose of the NGO is to promote non-profit objectives such as trade, commerce, arts, charity, education, religion, environment protection, social welfare, sports, research etc. The profits/ income of the company if any is also applied towards promoting the objectives of the company and are not distributed as a dividend to the shareholders. That is Why it is also termed as Not-for-Profit Organsation.

NGOs raise money from donors, who may or may not receive tax breaks on their donations. In India, an NGO can be set up as a Trust, Section-8 company or a society.

We FinTaxx, helps to register your NGO with right option as per your requirement, future plan and feasibility.  

What Next after Registration?

  • Starts working as per Object Clause
  • Apply for 80G Registration with Income Tax Department for Income Tax benefit of Donors
  • Apply for 12A Registration as Charitable Trust  from Income Tax Department

Documents requirement for NGO Registration

  • Registered Office address Proof ( Own property - Sales Deed/Lease Deed/POA & NOC from Owner)
  • Registered Office address Proof (Rented premises - Rent Agreement with One Utility Bill and NOC from Owner on Rs 10/- stamp paper)
  • Members ID and Address Proof ( PAN Card Copy with Aadhar/Voter ID/Driving License/Passport)
  • Trust Deed ( for Trust) / Bye Laws ( for Society) / MOA & AOA ( for Section 8 Company)
  • Photograph of all Members
  • Affidavit ( if applicable)
  • List of Body Members with fathers name, detail address, Occupation, Mobile number, Email ID, Signature

Our Pricing

NGO under Trust/Society

Registration at Delhi state

Rs. 17700

NGO under Trust/Society

Registration at Maharastra, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, Uttarakhand, Madhya Pradesh and Gujrat

Rs. 23600

NGO under Trust/Society

Registration at any other places

Rs. 23600

NGO under Section 8 Company

anywhere registration in India

Rs. 23600

NGO - 80G Registration under IT

80G Registration with Income Tax

Customise Fee

NGO - 12A Registration under IT

12A Registration for Charitable Trust with Income Tax

Customise Fee

NGO - 35AC Registration under IT

35AC Registration for Donation in special projects of NGO

Customise Fee

NGO - FCRA Registration

FCRA Registration compulsory for Foreign Donation receive

Rs. 29500

The above fee is is our professional fee for Consultation, processing and Documentations. Govt. Fees, Departmental Expenses, Stamp Duty ( in case of trust) to be payable as per actual basis and not included on above fees.

Our Service Package for NGO Registration Includes

Consultation
First, we provide consultation to our client, which helps to decide the type of NGO formation and benefits, registration procedure, documents requirements along with formation cost.
Documentation

Once the client decide , we starts preparing and collecting all documents and relevant information to form the NGO
Drafting Bye Laws/Deed/MOA & AOA
Most important work is Drafting of Bye Laws ( for Society) or Trust Deed ( for Trust ) or MOA & AOA ( for section 8 Company). Which is most important document of the registration process.
Application Filing
Once the All required documents ready and signed by all members, we file the application with concern Authorities.
In Case of Society/Trust Registration, Filing process is offline in most of the states.
Updation
We update time to time the present status of the application.
At first, Concern authority approve the Name and secondly approve the filed Bye Laws/Trust Deed/MOA & AOA in this complete registration process.
Registration Certificate
On completion of whole process, Concern Authority approves the NGO and issues registration Certificate.
We dispatch Certificate immediately to client on Email and physical copy by post.

Methods of Registering an NGO in India

80G, 12A and 35AC Registration under Income Tax Act for NGOs in India

Registration of NGOs with NGO-DARPAN under NITI Aayog, Govt of India

FCRA Registration of NGO in India ( compulsory to receive donation from foreign donors)

Non-Govt. Organisation (NGO) Registration
FAQs
    • Our Professionals possess deep exposure in NGO formation. We help you smoothly form your NGO.
    • Yes. We do serve our clients PAN India from our Branch Offices and Associate Consultants in Major Cities.
    • The NGO Darpan (NGO-PS) is a platform of interface between Voluntary Organization (VO) / Non Governmental Organization (NGO) and key Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies. Later it is proposed to cover all Central Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies.

      The key Ministries/Departments/ Government Bodies in the first phase are M/o Culture, M/o Health & Family Welfare, M/o Social Justice & Empowerment, M/o Tribal Affairs, M/o Women & Child Development, D/o Higher Education, D/o School Education & Literacy, Council for Advancement of People's Action and Rural Technology (CAPART), National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) and Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB).

      This is a free facility offered by the NITI Aayog in association with National Informatics Centre to bring about greater partnership between government & voluntary sector and foster better transparency, efficiency and accountability.
    • 80G Registration is taken with Income Tax.

      Donations made to a NGO registered under section 80G are permissible for 50% deduction from the taxable income of the donation made for such a person or an organization making the donation.

      e.g. If a Person makes a donation of Rs. 10000 to an organisation with 80G registration then the person can avail Rs. 5000 as deduction from his/her taxable income. Which encourages people to make more donation with 80G registered Organisation.
      80G is a onetime registration with lifetime validity.
    • 12A Registration is taken with Income Tax.

      Section 11 and 12 of the Income- Tax Act 1961 are the most important sections of Income tax for Religious and Charitable trusts. The taxation of trusts formed with the objective of providing relief to the underprivileged, work for environment, general public benefit, religious purpose, etc fall under this section. The section defines what part of Income of such trust is taxable and what is exempt. The Income can be derived from capital gain from the assets of the Trust, its activities, or from donations.

      Section 12AA of the new Income Tax act defines how a trust can register under these sections. An application is to be made using form 10A along with relevant documents to the Income Tax Commissioner. This is one time registration and to avail Tax exemption, NGO needs to register under section 12A.
    • 35AC Registration is for Income Tax Benefit in Special Project.

      To encourage businesses and corporate houses to donate for specific approved social welfare projects, a tax incentive has been produced under 35AC of the Income Tax Act. This section offers full deduction of the entire amount paid by business for financing particular schemes or projects. There is no limitation for the donor to donate under section 35AC.

      Some of the projects for which the 35AC is applicable are:
      > Construction and maintenance of drinking water projects in rural areas and urban slums
      > Construction of dwelling units for economically weaker sections
      > Construction of schools for children belonging to weaker sections
      > Relief and rehabilitation of handicapped children
      > Establishment and running hospitals in rural areas exclusively for women and children.
    • FCRA Registration of NGO is compulsory if wish to receive contribution from foreign donors

      The Foreign Contribution Regulation Act is the most important registration for a NGO that wish to receive contribution from foreign donors. Without FCRA registration an NGO cannot seek foreign donation in India. The Act is meant to regulate all donation foreign in nature received in India as donation for religious, charitable, social or environmental cause, whether such donation are received from Foreign Individual, Company, Society, Government or organisation.

      The approval for the registration is given by Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India.
    • Three Types of NGO can be form,
      1. A Trust
      2. A Society
      3. A Section 8 Company under Companies Act 2013
    • There are many reasons to choose an NGO to get registered in India.
      The most important one is raising funds from Outsiders, Govt. Grants, and Donations for welfare and social activities of the NGO.
      Second, Important one is Issuing a Bank account, need Legal Entity registration certificate issued by Govt. authority
      By registering NGO, you get a legal status and recognition with Government department.
    • With an object to work for the welfare of society, a group of people voluntarily form together an NGO with below elements,

      > First, lay down the mission of your NGO, this means what cause you would like to take up.
      > Form a governing body of members, this body ensure the smooth running of the NGO.
      > Finally, register your NGO with the government authorities.

      Formation Process is long and painfull as well, if not engaged any Consultant to work on your behalf. At FinTaxx, we help you at every stage of the registration process.
    • in Normal course it takes atleast 20 days upto 90 months in case of registration under Society/Trust.
    • NGO in the form of Trust - need minimum 3 Person.
      NGO in the form of Society - need minimum 7 Person.
      NGO in the form of Section 8 Company - need 2 Person.