Societies Registration in Bangalore
- Drafting of Bye-Laws
- Preparation of registration document for the Society
- Preparation of member list
- Due diligence of document
- Coordination with registrar
- Follow-up with registrar
- Registration Number
An NGO can be formed as a Society under Societies Registration Act
The section 20 of the Societies Registration Act, 1860 states that military orphan funds, charitable societies, societies formed for the promotion and development of science, literature, instruction, the diffusion of useful knowledge and political education, the foundation, preservation or maintenance of libraries or reading rooms, mechanical and philosophical inventions, societies established at the various presidencies of India, public museums and galleries of paintings, collection of natural history and instruments or designs can be registered under this act.
Registration Of NGO As Society In Bangalore:
It is to be noted that Societies Registration Act, 1860 is a federal act in India. Another significant point is that the states with charity commissioner not only need to be registered under the Societies Registration Act but also under the Bombay Public Trusts Act. Two kinds of society may be registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. The process of registering NGO as society differs or varies from state to state.
|STATE LEVEL SOCIETY||NATIONAL LEVEL SOCIETY|
|Having jurisdiction within the state of registration. The minimum number of members is seven, in which three people must be from the respective state to hold the post of president, secretary & Treasurer.||Shall have jurisdiction throughout the country. There have to be seven members from seven different states. And three-member from the state in which registration is applied to hold post of president, secretary & Treasurer.|
|LIST OF DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO REGISTER A SOCIETY|