In India the registration process for NGO is available under various Acts and laws in different states; mainly under Trust, Society and Non profit Private Limited Company. Under Indian Trusts Act a Charitable Trust can be registered. ... A society can be registered under Societies Registration Act.

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One possible way in which you can register a Non-Government Organisation is by registering it as a trust. This kind of method is used by NGOs who work with eradicating poverty, giving education and providing medical relief. You might want to note that trusts are irrevocable. This means that they cannot change or terminate without the permission of the court.

Although there is no central law that governs public trusts, many states have its own Public Trust Acts to look into the affairs of the public trust.


Societies Societies can be referred to member-based organizations for charitable purposes. They are run by a governing body or a managing committee. Unlike trusts, all societies come under the preview of one law known as Societies Registration Act, 1860. Section 8 Companies


Section 8 Company has limited liability and cannot make any profits. It is generally formed for promoting science, art, commerce, charity, religion or any other purpose that is useful to society. When compared to Societies and Trusts, Section 8 Companies have more benefit in the sense that they have more legal standing and better credibility among government bodies and donors.

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Documents Needed

  • A bill of electricity or water stating the address that needs to be registered.
  • The identity proof of at least two members of the company. The proof can be:
    - Voter ID
    - Driving License
    - Passport
    - Aadhaar Card


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