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What is Trust/NGO Registration?

A Trust and an NGO (Non-Governmental Organization) are both legal entities that are established for specific purposes, often related to social, charitable, or non-profit activities.

Trust: A trust is a legal arrangement in which a person or organization (the “trustee”) holds and manages assets on behalf of another person or group of people (the “beneficiaries”). The trustee is obligated to manage the assets according to the terms and conditions outlined in a legal document called a “trust deed.” Trusts are often established for the benefit of individuals, families, or charitable causes.

NGO: NGO stands for non-governmental organization. While there is no universally agreed-upon definition of an NGO, typically it is a voluntary group or institution with a social mission, which operates independently from the government. They often engage in activities such as providing education, healthcare, environmental protection, human rights advocacy, and disaster relief.

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      Rs 9,999 excluding Govt fees

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      Steps you might need to follow: -

      Research and Planning-
      • Understand the legal and regulatory framework for trusts or NGOs in your country.
      • Define the objectives, mission, and activities of your organization.
      Choose a Name-
      • Select a unique and relevant name for your trust or NGO, ensuring it's not already in use.
      Board of Trustees or Directors-
      • Assemble a board of trustees or directors who will be responsible for governing the organization and making key decisions.
      Drafting a constitution or Trust Deed:
      • Create a constitution or trust deed that outlines the purpose, objectives, governance structure, membership, and operational procedures of your organization.
      Legal Documentation:
      • Prepare necessary legal documents, including the constitution or trust deed, and any other required forms or affidavits.
      Registration Process:
      • Submit the required documents to the appropriate government agency or regulatory body responsible for NGO or trust registration.
      • Pay any applicable fees.
      Review and Approval:
      • The submitted documents will be reviewed by the authorities for compliance with legal requirements.
      • If everything is in order, your trust or NGO will be registered.
      Bank Account and Taxation:
      • Open a bank account in the name of the organization.
      • Obtain any necessary tax exemptions or registrations for non-profit status.
      Reporting and Compliance:
      • Comply with ongoing reporting and filing requirements, which might include financial statements and activity reports.
      • Adhere to the regulations and laws governing trusts or NGOs in your jurisdiction.
      Operational Setup:
      • Set up the physical office, if necessary, and establish operational procedures.
      • Begin carrying out the activities outlined in your organization's mission.
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        Documents required for registration

        Copy of PAN Card
        Voter's ID/Passport/Driver's License
        Passport-sized photograph
        Latest Bank Statement, Telephone or Mobile Bill
        Rent Agreement or sale deed (in case of Shops & Establishment Act Registration).

        Registration process of Trust

        Choose an Appropriate name for the Trust.
        Formulate Trust Deed.
        Submit the Trust Deed with The Registrar.
        Obtain the trust Registration Number.
        Legal compliance evolved with Trust
        Pan application
        Monthy account and book keeping required.
        Annual ITR filings
        GST registration – if applicable
        Shops and Establishment License – in case of employment
        Professional Tax Registration – if applicable.
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          Advantage of forming Trust

          An NGO registered under the Trusts Act can practice the word “Govt. Regd.” or ‘Regd.’

          Tax exemptions and benefits.

          Act as CSR.

          Promote art, literature and science.


          There are 2 types of non-profit NGO-
          If Ngo is for profitable purpose then it is often registered under companies act.
          Non-Profit NGOs are registered under two acts-
          One is Indian Trust Act, 1882 and the other is Indian Societies Act, 1860 ,
          Indian Trusts are registered under Trust Act and the Societies are registered under Societies Act.
          The third type of act is Indian Companies Act, 1956 under which a profitable NGO is registered.

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