Society Registration Ngo
NGO or SOCIETY:
There is Two type of Society and NGO's in India - State label and All India label. Before registering the NGO or Society you should know about the difference between both of them
STATE LABEL :
To register the Society or NGO at State Label. You will have to provide the ID proof of Seven Member's (DL | Copy of Passport | Voter ID). You will have to provide Two Members (President - Treasurar or Secretary - Treasurar) form Delhi and another Five Member's can be from any states. Two set of MOA of NGO or Society.
ALL INDIA LABEL :
To register the Society or NGO at all India Label. You will have to provide the ID proof of Nine Member's (DL | Copy of Passport | Voter ID). You will have to provide Two Members (President - Treasurar or Secretary - Treasurar) form Delhi and another Seven Member's from Seven different states. Two set of MOA of NGO or Society.
The governance of societies also differs from that of trusts; societies are usually managed by a governing council or managing committee, whereas trusts are governed by their trustees.Individuals or institutions or both may be members of a society. The general body of member’s delegates the management of day-to-day affairs to the managing committee, which is usually elected by the membership. Members of the general body of the society have voting rights and can demand the Submission of accounts and the annual report of the society for inspection. Members of the managing Committee may hold office for such period of time as may be specified under the bylaws of the society.
Societies, unlike trusts, must file annually, with the Register of Societies, a list of the names, addresses And occupations of their managing committee members. Furthermore, in a society, all property is held in The name of the society, whereas all of the property of a trust legally vests in the trustees. Unlike trusts, societies may be dissolved. Dissolution must be approved by at least three-fifths of the Society’s members. Upon dissolution, and after settlement of all debts and liabilities, the funds and property of the society may not be distributed among the members of the society. Rather, the remaining funds and property must be given or transferred to some other society, preferably one with similar objects as the dissolved entity.