National Level Trust Registration Procedure - Under NCT (National Capital Territory)
A Trust is a closed system of a registered body that has limited membership. It can either be a family trust or a public trust. For a Trust, election of office-bearers is not compulsory.To form a NGO as a Trust, Indian Trust Act, 1882 governs private or family trusts although various states have also enacted their own trust acts, for example The Maharashtra Trust Act; Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 Punjab Trust Act; Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950; Madhya Pradesh Public Trust Act, 1951; Rajasthan Public Trust Act, 1959; etc. So, before registration of an NGO as trust, the provisions of applicable Trust Act should be studied by the promoters to suit their needs.
India is one of the world largest country in terms of geographical area with 28 cities and seven union territories. Here in India you will find different types of companies offering wide varities of services to their clients. All this raises the demand of law firms in India. Especially from corporate sectors and business sectors, different types of legal services are demanded on a large scale.
Apart from corporate and business sectors, non profit organizations have given remarkable performance in India. Here in India you will find some world known NGO companies of the world. All these are famous for their non profit making along with producing earning for the benefits of others. Section 2(15) of the Income Tax Act,1961 in India is a ruling authority that states some rules and regulations that defines who are non profit organization and they can be register. Basically non profit organizations are those organizations which are regulated for charitable purposes specially to include relief to the poor section of the society, medical relief, education, religious and other object of general public utility. There are various rules and procedures for Trust formation and Trust registration in India. The Indian Trust Act 1882 is a codification of trusts law, introduced for India in 1882. It is an Act to define and amend the law relating to Private Trusts andbTrustees.Trust formation in India includes the name(s) of the author(s) / settler (s) of the trust, The name(s) of the trustee(s), The objects of the trust, The rights and duties of the beneficiary/ies, The name by which the trust shall be known and many more points are there which are concerned during formation of non profit organizations in India. The following elements are essential to form a trust:
Our NCT Registration Process
Complete Filing our Nct Registration Form
First fill our simple online Registraion form and submit with all documents.
START THE PROCESS
After submitting your documents our Team help you to select what type of registration you should have.It will take 10 working days
Documents Submit Process
Our Expert will complete your file and after that submit in nct office delhi on your behalf.It will take 2 WORKING DAYS
Apointment Date Provide
After that we have provided date of apointment in delhi Registrar office.It will take 3 WORKING DAYS
Your work is now completed.
When your registration is completed,we will send a copy of Registration by courier.
1 Nct Registration Certificate
2 Preparation Of MOA and Rules & Regulations
3 Affidavit Regarding Ownership
4 Affidavit For desirous person not related to each other
5 Set Deed Of Registraiton
1. One Person Address in Delhi ( with all Required Documents in delhi address Like Aadhar card,Pan card, Electrictiy Bill, Water bill
2 Minimum three members are required, one is Founder/Settlor and other one is Trustee. ( Self attested Adhaar Pan card,Photo / ID Proof of all members required)
3 One address proof (electricity bill or water bill along with id proof of owner) of the registered address in delhi
4 Name of the Trust.
5 Three Photographs of all members & original id proof of founder is required on day of presentation in Registrar Office in Delhi .
6 Two witnesses required on day of presentation, if arranged from court 1500 /-Rs extra will be charged.
7 We will prepare rest of the documents and it will take 45 Working days to get register.
8 Founder of the Trust will have to present with us in Registrar Office Delhi.
9 We will provide matter of deed Deed on stamp paper
10 ID Proofs of all the members
11 Address Proof of all the members
12 Electricity/ Water bill (Business Place)
13 Copy of Property papers (If owned property)
14 Landlord NOC (Format will be provided)
Frequently Asked Questions
1 How do you start an NGO?
To open an office and employ people, the NGO should be registered under the Shop and Establishment Act. To employ foreign staff, an Indian non-profit needs to be registered as a trust/society/company, have FCRA registration and also obtain a No Objection Certificate. The intended employee also needs a work visa.
2 How do NGO workers get paid?
“With NGO jobs, you cannot put a figure to the salary to expect as they are all different depending on the various projects and funding for each organization. ... But just because NGOs are said to pay higher salaries than most companies does not mean that you go quoting an outrageous salary when you do not have experience.
3 Are NGOs profitable?
As non-profit organizations, NGOs rely on a variety of sources for funding projects, operations, salaries and other overhead costs. Because the annual budget of an NGO can be in the hundreds of millions (or even billions) of dollars, fundraising efforts are important for the NGO's existence and success
4 What is an example of an NGO?
BINGO: business-friendly international NGO (example: Red Cross) ENGO: environmental NGO (Greenpeace and World Wildlife Fund) ... INGO: internationalNGO (Oxfam) QUANGO: quasi-autonomous NGO (International Organization for Standardization [ISO])
5 What is society registration certificate?
A society is an association of several individuals combined using a mutual accord to deliberate, govern and act cooperatively for some communal purpose. Societies are usually registered for the advancement of charitable activities like sports, music, culture, religion, art, education, etc.