Registration of NGO

* Basic Package



A Non-government organization in India is an authorized organization formed by natural persons. It is an organization that operates independently without any interference from the government. Government usually terms the term NGOs as non-government. It helps the government to distinguish the entities that have no government status. A non-government organization in India can immerse itself only in social, cultural, legal, and environmental activities without making a profit.

Why is NGO Registration essential?

If an entity/ association of persons want to commit themselves to any specific part of society for betterment. In that case, they have to register themselves as a Non-government organization in the eyes of the law. It enables you to help a part of society without any interference from the government. You also do not have to meet the compliances.

Perks of NGO Registration in India

Tax exemptions

Registering as a Non-government organization helps you obtain special status. You can enjoy tax exemptions. As subscribers and donors, people can also claim for exemption under the Income-tax law. Besides, from the tax exemptions, a Non-government organization is also exempted from all types of compliances.

Unique identity

Being a Non-government organization provides you an independent status. It can own assets and accounts in its name without paying any tax to the government.

Limited liabilities

A company that is registered as a Non-government organization in India ensures limited liabilities to all its members. The members are restricted only to the capital contribution.

Essential components for proceedings an NGO Registration

An entity can register as a Non-government organization only with the following legal, possible ways:

1) The entity must be registered as a Trust under the Indian Trust Act, 1882 or,

2) An entity should be registered as a society under the Society Registration Act, 1860 or,

3) It must have Section 8 company registered under the company Act, 2013

NGOs are usually expected to function without operational profit. However, NGOs are generally offered various exemptions under various Act of the India, when it comes to taxation as an NGO basically represents an active civil society member.

Document Required

  • PAN Card
  • Aadhar Card
  • A photograph of the sole proprietor

Bank account details:

  • A copy of canceled cheque or bank statement

Address proof of office:

  • Own office – Copy of electricity bill/landline bill/water bill/municipal khata copy/ property tax receipt
  • Rented office – Rent agreement and No objection certificate (NOC) from the owner

Time Lines

  • (10 to 15 Days)
  • Purchase the Service
  • Upload / send the Documents
  • Discussion with expert
  • Filing of application with registrar authorities
  • Receipt of Registration Certificate
  • Confirmation to client
  • Price Plan

Service Covered

Pricing for what you want required service


  • Expert Consultation
  • NGO Deed
  • Registration of NGO Deed
  • PAN and TAN Registration


  • Expert Consultation
  • NGO Deed
  • Registration of NGO Deed
  • PAN and TAN Registration
  • Six Month Accounting upto 50 entries per month


  • Expert Consultation
  • NGO Deed
  • Registration of NGO Deed
  • PAN and TAN Registration
  • 12 Month Accounting upto 100 entries per month
  • Notes:
  • * This price is inclusive of all Govt filing fee and excluding GST amount.

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