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About NGO Section 8 Company Registration.

Do you know that registering an NGO as a Section 8 company brings a perfect business structure? If you are willing to open an NGO that can work all over India, you are at the right plac. the main objects of Section 8 Companies must primarily promote charitable, social or not-for-profit objectives, and their profits are invested back into the organization to achieve social goal.


Non Profit Motive

Section 8 NGO registration purpose is to serve society. People register it as NGO and then work for Social Cause.


Charitable/Relegious Purpose

Charitable, Social, Religious, Educational or other kind of social welfare activities can be carried out under this registration.


100% Online Process

Register Section 8 Company is now easy and convenient. You can register it just by siiting at your home and no physical visits are required to any offices.


No Tax Implications

Section 8 Company Registration is for Social purpose hence there is no question to arise any profit. Any amount generated during the year should be spend for welfare of society.

Benefits of Section 8 NGO Registration.




Legal Recognition

Section 8 NGO consider as a separate legal entity from its members or founders and often viewed as more credible and trustworthy registration helping in its working cycle.


Tax Exemption

Section 8 companies (NGOs) are eligible for tax exemptions under the Income Tax Act. However, donors to these organizations can also enjoy tax benefits for their contributions.


Foreign Funding

NGOs can receive foreign contributions after obtaining permission under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, which allows them to access funds from international donors.


Better Governance

Registration often requires organizations to establish a formal governance structure, which can lead to better management and accountability.


Eligibility for Grants

Registered NGOs or Section 8 companies are often eligible for government grants, subsidies, and schemes to support social and charitable activities.


Pursuit of Social Objectives

NGOs and Section 8 companies are usually registered for specific social, charitable, or philanthropic purposes, allowing them to focus on their chosen mission.

Documents Required for Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)

Document Required for Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)
Documents Required for Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)

Process of Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)

Process of Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)

Features of Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)

Before going for registration of Private Limited, you must have proper idea about its features, which are here as -

  • Minimum 2 members and director are required for NGO registration.
  • At-least 1 Indian Resident director and member should be there in NGO.
  • No Minimum Capital Required to start your Section 8 NGO.
  • You can Register your NGO at your residential place also.
  • Section 8 registration process is completely online.
  • Director must be 18+, no minor can become director until appoint guardian.
  • Your Section 8 company must have a unique name.
  • 2 to 15 Director can be there in your section 8 company.
  • Upto 200 Shareholders or member can be there in section 8 company.

Section-8 Company Registration(NGO)

Hover or Click on your state to know the fees for section-8 company registration.

S. No. Particulars Fees
1 Digital Signature Fees ₹3000/-
3 Professional Charges for Registration ₹2999/-
3 Other Charges ₹500/-
4 Gov. Charges and Other Stamp Duty ₹1500/-*

Note: Above charges are for Authorized capital of Rs. 1 Lack with 2 directors which are Indian Resident and citizen of India. Charges in Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Kerala and Rajasthan are different.

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Basic Plan

  • COI, e-PAN, e-TAN
  • 2 DIN, 2 DSC, e-MOA, e-AOA
  • EPFO, ESIC Reg.
  • Bank A/c Opening
  • 2 Share Certificates
  • Trademark Consultation
  • Post Registration Support

Note: Above charges are excluding gov. fees & other charges.

Standard Plan

  • All Include in Basic
  • Darpan Registration
  • 12A Registration
  • 80G Registration
  • eAnudan Registration
  • TM Consultation
  • CA/CS Support
  • Bank A/c Opening

Note: Above charges are excluding gov. fees & other charges.

Premium Plan

  • All Include in Basic
  • Darpan Registration
  • 12A Registration
  • 80G Registration
  • eAnudan Registration
  • TM Consultation
  • CA/CS Support
  • Bank A/c Opening
  • Auditor Appointment
  • INC 20A filing

Note: Above charges are excluding gov. fees & other charges.

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Section 8 Company Registration(NGO)In India

Different types of NGOs in India.

An NGO or Non-Governmental Organization is a non-profit or not-for-profit motive organization which aims to work towards upgrading the deprived sections of society. NGOs could have a wide diversity of interests of society in mind. This could include Environmental conditions, education, promoting the health and welfare of children, etc. An NGO can be set up in three ways.

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Trust Registration

You can also register your NGO by selecting Trust Registration. Entities who go for trust under the NGO registration procedure usually work with eliminating poverty, giving education, and providing medical relief.


Societies Registration

Societies are also named as member-based organizations that work for charitable goals. These organizations are nearly always run under the power of a governing body or a management committee.


Section 8 Registration

Section 8 Registration is also a type of NGO registration which is registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs. It is consider as most formal NGO registration type. Companies Act, 2013 govern Section 8 Company.


Cooperative Society

A cooperative society is a voluntary association of individuals who come together to meet common economic and social needs, pooling their resources and sharing profits, with members having equal voting rights.


RWA Registration

An RWA is a local community organization representing the interests of residents in a housing complex or locality, typically focused on addressing local issues, managing common amenities, and fostering a sense of community.


Samiti Registration

A 'Samiti' is a Hindi term for an association or committee. Registration of a Samiti typically involves forming a group for a specific purpose, such as cultural, educational, or social activities.


Trade Unions & Associations

Trade unions and associations are organizations formed by workers and professionals to collectively represent and protect their rights and interests in workplaces, industries, or professions.


Religious NGOs

Religious NGOs are organizations with a faith-based mission, working on religious, cultural, and social activities, often providing support and services to their religious communities and promoting cultural heritage.


Micro Finance NGO

Microfinance NGOs are non-governmental organizations that provide small loans, financial services, and support to low-income individuals and small entrepreneurs to help them start or expand small businesses and improve their financial stability.

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An NGO, or Non-Governmental Organization, is a type of non-profit organization that operates independently of the government and is typically dedicated to addressing social, environmental, or humanitarian issues.

The main difference is in the legal framework. NGOs are usually registered under the Societies Registration Act, while Section 8 Companies are registered under the Companies Act 2013. Section 8 companies have more structured governance and reporting requirements..

The registration process can take several weeks to a few months, depending on the state and completeness of the application. It involves several steps, including name approval, document submission, and approval from the concerned government authorities.

NGOs and Section 8 companies are liable for tax exemptions under sections 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act, which grant tax benefits to donors and exemptions from income tax on the organization's income.

Yes, foreign nationals and entities can register NGOs or Section 8 companies in India, subject to specific rules and regulations, including prior approval from the government in some cases.

Yes, NGOs and Section 8 companies must have a governing body or board of directors responsible for managing the organization's affairs.

Converting from a Section 8 company to an NGO or vice versa is possible, but it involves legal procedures and approvals. It's advisable to consult legal experts for such conversions.

No, The Companies (Incorporation) Third Amendment Rules that were adopted on July 27, 2016 has relaxed the obligatory submission of evidence of identity and residency for subscribers with an authentic DIN.

It is a must to submit e-MOA and e-AOA in the following situations:

Individual subscribers are Indian citizens

If the who subscribe to the service are not foreign citizens who possess a valid DIN and DSC and must also provide evidence of the validity of their business visa

Non-individual subscribers with their base in India


After the acceptance of SPICe forms on acceptance of the forms, the Certificate of Incorporation (COI) will be issued along with valid PAN and TTAN as allocated by the department of Income Tax. A letter with an attachment of the COI with an attached document and PAN as well as TAN can be sent to a person who applied. PAN and TAN included in the email will remain in force as the requirement to have laminated cards for PAN has been dispensed in.

The minimum share capital requirement varies by country. In some countries, there may not be a specific minimum requirement, while others may have a nominal amount.

Yes, to fulfil legal obligations related to registration of Section 8 NGO, you are requiring a professional such as CS, CA or Advocate.

Section 8 companies typically have ongoing compliance requirements, including filing annual financial statements, holding annual general meetings, etc.

Yes, changing the company name after registration is possible, but the process and requirements for name change can vary by jurisdiction.

How to Select Name of Section 8 Company?

Before proceeding for Section 8 Registration you must consider the factors which are important for its name selection. As per companies Act, 2013 the name must be unique and should not be similar or identical with existing company name. Following points need to consider before selecting name to register a company in India

Name Selection

The name of your company is very valuable.

Name Selection

The name must be 1-6 words not to be too long.


The name of your NGO should have meaning and relate to your activity.


Pick the names which are not the same and identical.


The name of your NGO must end with the suffix as Foundation, Federation, organization, etc.

Never use illegal/offensive

The name of your NGO never goes against the law. It cannot be offensive or against the cultures and beliefs of any religion.

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