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A NGO or Non Profit Organisation is an entity that operates for promotion of art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment or any such other object.

In India, an NGO can be registered as any of the three structures being Company under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013(section 25, companies act 1956), Trust or Society.

Section 8 Company format of a NGO is most popular form of NGO in India. It is easy to register, run or manage a Section 8 Company in comparison of a Trust and a Society.

to make it one of the most recommended type of business entity for the millions of small and medium sized businesses that are owned by families or professionally managed.

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  • Name Application Through RUN (Reserve Unique Name)
  • DIN No Application
  • PAN & TAN
  • Drafting MOA & AOA
  • Incorporation Through Spice Forms
  • Share Certificates to Founder
  • Bank A/c Opening Guidance
  • Certificate of Commencement of Business
  • GST Registration
  • Includes Govt Fees & Stamp duty for Authorized Capital upto Rs. 10 Lakh
    Excludes foreign national / Body Corporate as director or business needing RBI/SEBI approval

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DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

  • Passport size photos of directors
  • Address proof of directors ( Any one of electricity bill or bank statement or landline bill or mobile bill )
  • Photo ID proof of directors ( Any one of Voter ID or Passport or Driver License )
  • Specimen signature
  • Self declaration about your directorship in other companies
  • Rent agreement of your registered office
  • No objection certificate from the owner
  • Aadhaar card of directors
  • PAN card of Directors

FAQ

Word Foundation Etc is Must at the End of the Company
The Registrar of Companies (RoC) across India expect applicant to follow a few naming guidelines. Some of them are subjective, which means that approval can depend on the opinion of the officer handling your application. However, the more closely you follow the rules listed below, the better your chances of approval. First, however, do ensure that your name is available.
Yes, Stamp duty charges are imposed by the state in which the registered office is proposed to be located. The charges are on MOA, AOA & form INC 32. These charges are covered under the plan for all the states except Punjab & Madhya Pradesh. Our experts will guide you on additional charges if any for Punjab & Madhya Pradesh.
No, new company registration is a fully online process. As all documents are filed electronically, you would not need to be physically present at all. You would need to send us scanned copies of all the required documents & forms.
The DSC is an instrument issued by certifying authorities (like TCS and n-Code are two of them) by which you can sign electronic documents. As all documents needed are electronic, partners need a DSC.
In case, you already have a DSC and DIN, our experts will offer you some concession accordingly on the above package.
Yes, one can register the company at their residential address.
One requires to submit the utility bill copy of the same and Owner of the House Needs to give NOC to use the Same.
Yes, it is a good to register a family member as a partner. At a later stage one can change this or transfer shares of the directors.
Yes, a salaried person can become the director in private limited, LLP or OPC private limited company. One needs to check the employment agreement if that allows for such provisions. In a lot of cases, the employers are quite comfortable with the fact that their employee is a director in another company.
No, one cannot convert an LLP into a Private Limited Company as it is not a MCA. The LLP Act, 2008 and the Companies Act, 2013, both don’t have any provisions on conversion of the LLP in a private limited company. However, if one wants to expand their business they can register a new Private Limited Company with the same name. The LLP Company needs to just issue a no objection certificate..
Taxwix can incorporate a Private Limited Company in 7-10. The time taken also depends on the relevant documents provided by the applicant and the speed of approvals from the government. To ensure a speedy registration, kindly pick a unique name as the proposed Company name and also ensure that you have all the required documents prior to the starting of the registration process.
Due to the increasing enthusiasm among too many entrepreneurs who wish to incorporate their companies, the MCA has made stringent rules to approve the company name and issue the certificate of incorporation. Further, due to excessive demand, the PAN and TAN applications are also increasing and thus it is understood that this processing will take time too. So, we could take a range between 20-25 working days to complete the company incorporation process and receive the certificate of incorporation.
The key characteristics of an NGO section 8 company are:

Object:

It operates for common welfare of masses at large, for promotion of commerce, art, science, sports, education, research, social welfare, religion, charity, protection of environment or any such other object.
Profit Earning:

The objective is not to earn profit. If any profit is earned during course of its operation, the same is not to be shared among owners/members rather utilised for attaining the objects for which NGO was formed.

Utilisation of funds and earnings:

The profits, if any, or other income is used towards promoting of specific objects of NGO. Further there is restriction on declaration of profits as dividend to members.
In India, NGOs can be registered as Section 8 Company, trust or society. While, Trusts and Societies are registered under State Government regulations, section 8 companies are registered under Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
Forming a section 8 company is prefered due to following reasons: Improved recognition Better legal standing. Higher credibility amongst donors, Government departments and other stakeholders. Relaxation from a number of companies act regulations
In addition to registration, a non-profit engaged in certain activities might also require special license/permission. Some of these include (but are not limited to):
A place of work in a restricted area (like a tribal area or a border area requires a special permit – the Inner Line Permit – usually issues either by the Ministry of Home Affairs or by the relevant local authority (i.e., district magistrate).
To open an office and employ people, the NGO should be registered under the Shop and Establishment Act.
To employ foreign staff, an Indian non-profit needs to be registered as a trust/society/company, have FCRA registration and also obtain a No Objection Certificate. The intended employee also needs a work visa.
A foreign non-profit setting up an office in India and wanting staff from abroad needs to be registered as a trust/society/company, needs permission from the Reserve Bank of India and also a No Objection Certificate from the Ministry of External Affairs.

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