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Old 2nd April 2016, 04:45 PM
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Hello sir I want to start a Non Government Organisation so will you please tell me how to Start an NGO in India?
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Old 2nd April 2016, 04:46 PM
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A non-governmental organization (NGO) is an organization that is neither a part of a government nor a conventional for-profit business.

For starting an NGO go through the Following steps:

1 Firstly Lay down the issues that your NGO wants to address, and identify the mission and vision.

2 Before registering the organization, you need to have a governing body in place, that will be responsible for all activities and decisions of the organization. The governing body will be involved in all matters of strategic relevance, including strategic planning, financial management, human resources and networking.

3 NGO in India required to document a trust deed/ Memorandum of Understanding/Bylaws that contain the name and address of the NGO, mission and objectives, details of governing body members, human resource and staffing information, rules and regulations, administrative laws and procedures.

4 In India, you may register an NGO under any of the following Acts:

-Indian Trusts Act: A Charitable Trust is not legally obliged to obtain registration; unless the Trust wants to claim income tax exemptions or is based in a state that is governed by the Public Trusts Act, such as Maharashtra.

-Societies Registration Act: A society can be formed by a group of seven or more people. Its formation is more complicated than that of a trust, but it also affords more flexibility in terms of regulations.

-Companies Act: An association that is formed for the promotion of art, science, commerce, religion or charity can be registered as a company but its members cannot be paid a dividend. All profits should be utilized for furthering the objectives of the company.

5 Raise funds through internal sources (membership fees, sales, subscription charges, donations, etc.) or grants-in-aid from the Government, private organizations or foreign sources

Inflow of foreign funds is governed by the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) 1976. Many NGOs are eligible for tax exemptions - be sure to check your eligibility status and file your application if the exemption applies to you.

6 Besides meeting the above mandatory requirements, you need to build a wide professional network with other NGOs, government agencies, media and the corporate sector.
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