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Old April 13th, 2016, 02:45 PM
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Default Re: How to Start an NGO

According to rules in India the non profit and charitable entities are registered as societies, trusts, and private limited non profit companies or Section 25 companies. The non profit organizations operate independently from government control

for starting a NGO t need to apply for registration to the official who holds jurisdiction in the region. The application form should contain the following details:

Names of trustees
Registration fee (this varies from INR 3 to INR 25, based on the worth of the trust property)
Court fee stamp worth 2 rupees
Information on modes of succession
Consent letter

The following factors need to be kept in mind while making the application for registering the company:

The application needs to be made for making a name available to the registrar of companies.

a) 3 typewritten or printed copies of the articles of association and memorandum of the prospective company.

c) Three copies of a list that has the promoters’ names, work details, and addresses.

d) A statement of total assets, along with the approximate worth, and debts owed by the association as applicable on the date of association or 7 days after the same

e) A statement of expected yearly earnings and expenses of the company-to-be. The sources of income and areas of expenses need to be specified as well.

rest of the details you may get from the Below attachment that is free to download
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