An NGO is a non-profit organization that works to improve society, and the lives of the poor, the disadvantaged, and underprivileged.
An NGO on a large or small scale can seek to advance social or political change. Here NGOS Are very much needed for development of society, the communities enhancement, and the participation of citizen is encouragable .
NGO is referred to as (Non-government organization). Numerous obstacles must be overcome before an NGO can be established, and since many individuals are unaware of these obstacles as well as the process involved, we are here to explain it.
Before opening an NGO one must aware of the fact that the main justification among them all is the contribution to society. This is the best way to help others and give the country as a responsible citizen. Frankly speaking, a person should have certain motivations before opting to create a NGO in india.
Indian legal requirements for founding an NGO:-
Steps to start NGO in India:-
There are following steps which have to pay fees which are require for the trust registration:-
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