Trusts Registration

The public charitable trust is a possible form of not-for-profit entity in India. Typically, public charitable trusts can be established for a number of purposes, including the relief of poverty, education, medical relief, provision of facilities for recreation, and any other object of general public utility. Indian public trusts are generally irrevocable. No national law governs public charitable trusts in India, although many states (particularly Maharashtra, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Madhya Pradesh) have Public Trusts Acts………..Read More

Societies Registration

Societies are membership organizations that may be registered for charitable purposes. Societies are usually managed by a governing council or a managing committee. Societies are governed by the Societies Registration Act 1860, which has been adapted by various states. Unlike trusts, societies may be dissolved…………Read More

Section 8 Company Registration

A section 8 company is a limited liability that may be formed for “promoting commerce, art, science, religion, charity or any other useful object,” provided that no profits, if any, or other income derived through promoting the company’s objects may be distributed in any form to its members……….Read More

FCRA Registration

Under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 (FCRA), all not-for-profit organizations in India (e.g., public charitable trusts, societies and section 25 companies) wishing to accept foreign contributions must a) register with the Central Government; and b) agree to accept contributions through designated banks. Furthermore, not-for-profit entities must report to the Central Government regarding foreign contributions received, within 30 days of their receipt, and must file annual reports with the Home Ministry. The entity must report the amount of the foreign contribution, its source, the manner in which it was received, the purpose for which it was intended, and the manner in which it was used. Foreign contributions include currency, securities, and articles, except personal gifts under Rs. 1,000 (approximately $20). Funds collected by an Indian citizen in a foreign country on behalf of a not-for-profit entity registered in India are considered foreign contributions. Moreover, funds received in India, in Indian currency, if from a foreign source, are considered foreign contributions………Read More

80G Registration

The Income Tax Act, section 80G, sets forth the types of donations that are tax-deductible. The Act permits donors to deduct contributions to trusts, societies and section 25 companies. Many institutions listed under 80G are government-related; donors are entitled to a 100% deduction for donations to some of these government funds. Donors are generally entitled to a 50% deduction for donations to non-governmental charities. Total deductions taken may not exceed 10% of the donor’s total gross income………..Read More

35AC Registration

Under section 35AC of the Act, donors may deduct 100% of contributions to various projects, including 1) construction and maintenance of drinking water projects in rural areas and in urban slums; 2) construction of dwelling units for the economically disadvantaged; and 3) construction of school buildings, primarily for economically disadvantaged children. Furthermore, under section 35CCA of the Act, donors may deduct 100% of their contributions to associations and institutions carrying out rural development programs and, under Section 35CCB of the Act, 100% of their donations to associations and institutions carrying out programs of conservation of natural resources. A weighted deduction of 125% is also allowed for contributions to organizations approved under section 35(1)(ii) (a scientific research institute or a university, college or other institution) specifically for “scientific research,” and for contributions made under section 35(1)(iii) specifically for “research in social science or statistical research.”………..Read More

NGO Consultancy Requirements and fees

Aditya NGO Consultancy provide following services to NGO.
NGO Registration
FCRA Registration
12A, 80G Registration
35AC Registration

NGO Registration

NGO Registration Takes 1 Month.
Governments Fees is Rs. 500.
Consultancy Fees : Rs 3,000 Only.

Requirements

Minimum 7 Members Require.
ID, Address Proof of Members.
2 Photos of Memebrs
Office Address Proof.

Provide us all the required details to Draft your NGO Documents NGO registration Form.

FCRA Registration

FCRA Registration Takes 4 Months.
Governments Fees is Rs. 2000.
Consultancy Fees : Rs 5,000 Only.

Requirements

Last 3 Years Balance Sheet should be more than 10 Lakh.
New Bank Acoount for FCRA.
All The Documents of NGO.
Resolution for the FCRA Registration.

12A, 80G Registration

12A, 80G Registration Takes 6 Months Each.
No Fees Governments
Consultancy Fees : Rs 4000 Only.

Requirements

Can file application after 2 Years.
All The Documents of NGO.
Photos of activities done by NGO.
Resolution for the FCRA Registration.

Provide us all the required details to Draft your NGO Documents 12A, 80G Registration.

35AC Registration, Project Report

Takes 6 Months if proper folowup is there.
No Governments Fees
Drafting Fees : Rs 15,000 Minimum.
118 Readymade Project Report CD : Rs 5,000 Only.

Requirements

All The Documents of NGO.
Photos of activities done by NGO.
Resolution for the FCRA Registration.

Provide us all the required details to Draft your NGO Documents 118 Readymade Projects Report CD.