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‘NGO’ is now a widely used word denoting to registered trusts, societies, cooperative societies, endowments, non-profit companies, etc. working for the welfare, development and progress of people and in a way supplement similar functions of the state and hence, called as Non-Government Organisations (NGOs). It is not a technical word; rather it is used in a common parlance.

With the increasing role of private groups in achieving welfare objectives of governments, the nomenclature ‘Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)’ came into currency. What were earlier called as Voluntary Organisations (VOs) or Voluntary agencies (VAs) have gradually transformed to a great extent as NGOs denoting that they are working with partial or full support of government funds in achieving certain welfare goals of society. However, the NGOs have some peculiar characteristics to qualify so. That an NGO is:

  • A group of private individuals agreed to work for some expressed cause or causes.

  • A non-profit making body.

  • A duly registered/recognised body working within the framework of approved rules and regulations.

  • An outfit having duly constituted management body.

  • An organisation assisting in empowerment of people.

  • A non-political entity engaged to help, assist and cooperate with people to alleviate their conditions.

  • An organised, independent, democratic and non-sectarian group of people.

  • An organisation that fulfills requirements of approved norms and government criteria essential for governmental grants i.e. due registration, three years’ contribution in the field of social service, etc.

For details vide "A Guide to Uplift Minorities"

 

 


 

 

REGISTRATION OF AN NGO

 

A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) can run as a registered or non-registered group of people. However, it is better to get it registered under any preferred law, particularly when it is going to deal with the government frequently or interested to avail officially permitted public funds or foreign donations and grants. Before deciding for a particular kind of registration of an NGO, its various benefits should be understood in the wake of objectives set for its future activities.                                                                     ...more

 

SOCIETY

 

A Society is a democratic body registered under the Indian Societies Act, 1860. NGO intending to have an open participation of large number of people in its functioning and decision making must be registered as a Society. At times Registrar of Societies has the power to intervene in the elections of office-bearers and functioning of the organisation.                                ...more

 

TRUST

 

A Trust is a closer system of a registered body with limited membership. It can be a family trust or a public trust. Election of office-bearers is not compulsory.                                                                                            ...more

 

NON-PROFIT COMPANY

 

Under the provisions of Indian Companies Act, 1975, an organisation can be registered for charitable purposes as Non-Profit Company, meaning no profit of the company will be distributed among its promoters or directors. This is specially suitable for activities leading to economic welfare and micro-finance.
                                                                                                              
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CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY

 

A Cooperative Society can run economic and business activities for the benefit of its members.

 

WAQF / ENDOWMENT

 

A Waqf or Endowment is also an NGO running according to the Waqf Deed. However, it does not avail the benefits enjoyed by a Society or Trust or a Non-Profit Company.

 

12 A OF INCOME TAX ACT

 

Registration of an organisation under the Clause 12 A  of Indian Income Tax Act 1961 is required for preventing its income from deduction by the Department of Income Tax.                                                                    ...more

 

80G OF INCOME TAX ACT

 

The provision of  Clause 80G of the Income Tax Act provides tax exemption to a donor of a duly registered charitable body.                                        ...more

 

FOREIGN CONTRIBUTION REGULATION ACT (FCRA)

 

NGOs intending to receive funds and donations from other countries should first registered under the provisions of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, 1976. Either permanent registration or prior permission for a specific contribution can be sought from the FCRA Section of Ministry of Home Affairs.  A registered NGO having existence for at least three years can be registered under this provision.                                                                              ...more

 

35 AC

 

Registration of NGOs under the provisions of 35AC of the Income Tax Act is less known but a highly useful instrument of fund raising for some social cause. The objective of the said provision is to encourage business organisations and  wealthy individuals to contribute more in social and economic welfare and uplift of general public.                                        ...more

 

35 (1&2)

 

100% One hundred per cent deduction is allowed to donors for contribution(s) made to organizations approved under section 35(1)(ii) such as scientific research institutes or a university, college, or other institution) specifically for “scientific research” and under section 35(1)(iii) specifically for “research in social science or statistical research.

 

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