Registring NGO online is same as register offline. Only thing online registration do is eliminate contact with physical office and Govt. babu. Rest all process is same.
Following table shows the Fees Payable under the Principal Act or State Amendments or Independent Acts of States for Registration of a Society.
State Fee Nature of Fee Reference
Bihar Rs 10/- Registration fee Rule 3 Bihar Rules
J & K Rs 50/- or smaller amount -do - Sec. 4 (2) J & K Act
M.P Rs 50/- -do- Rule 4 MP Rules
Maharashtra Rs 50/- Registration fee Rule 5 of Maharashtra Rules
Telangana Area Not to
exceed Rs 50/- -do- Sec. 4 Telangana Area Act
West Bengal Rs 50/- or
smaller amount -do- Sec. 7 (2) W.B. Act
-do- Rs 25/- Upon filing memo of appeal Rule 14 W.B. Rules
-do- Rs 10/- Upon alteration of
Memorandum of Regulations
-do- Rs 5/- Filing of annual return -do-
-do- Rs 0.75/- For certified copy
for every hundred or extract of any document
words or fraction - -do-
-do- Rs 5/- For duplicate
copy of Regn, Certificate
Registration Fee -do-
UP Rs 100/- Registration fee Sec 3 (1) UP (Amendment)
-do- Rs 5/- Regn. Fee for
mandal Dals Yuvak Gazette Notfn. dt. 15 1978
-do- Rs 25/- Renewal of Regn. Certificate Fee Sec. 3 (2) (a) UP
On receiving the documents mentioned above the Registrar shall satisfy himself about the compliance of the provisions of the Act and correctness in his hand that the society is registered under the Principal Act 1860 or other corresponding Acts.
Presumption of Registration
Presumption that the society was duly registered under the Act arises not on the Certificate of Registration granted by the Registrar but on the copies of the Rules and Regulations and Memorandum certified under Sec. 19 which constitutes them prima facie evidence of the matters therein contained.