How to Register Trust or NGO
In India, anyone can do social activities. Every person are free to help the society for its development even without forming an association or organization. But if an individual wishes to create a group who wants to be involved in social activities, and resources, then it is important to make it in a proper manner with an organised management. NGO or Trust is one of such kinds. According to the World Bank, there are essentially two types of NGOs such as operational and advocacy. Operational NGOs focus on development projects, while advocacy NGOs focus on promoting certain causes.
Acts Controlling NGO Registration Process
Go to the local registrar and submit a trust deed along with a photocopy for registration. The photocopy of the deed must also contain the signature of the settler on all pages. At the time of registration, the Settler and two witnesses must be present in person along with their identity proof in the original. It is a transfer of property by the owner to another for the benefit of a third person along with or without himself or a declaration by the owner, to hold the property not for himself and another.