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A Non Profit Organization can be registered in India as a Society, under the Registrar of Societies (Societies Registration Act, 1860) or as a Trust by making a Trust deed (Public Charitable Trust Act). A third option is registration as a section-25 Company under the Companies Act, 1956. http://www.brngoconsultancy.in
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promotion, advertisement and publicity, publication, financial management, book keeping, insurance and investment, fund raising, get its annual reports/accounts approved by an independent chartered accountant, registration under FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act) for foreign funding that comes under the purview of the home ministry, registration under CAPART for funding apart from the aiding the organizations to add dimensions to the existing mandatory norms. 

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BRNGO CONSULTANCY (brngoconsultant)

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BRNGO CONSULTANCY / B.R. NGO Consultancy has been formed with a mission to provide an integrated quality solution to individuals, voluntary associations, trusts.
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With this aim in view, B.R. NGO Consultancy Services, has been formed with a mission to provide an integrated quality solution to individuals and corporations desirous of forming unincorporated and voluntary associations, trusts, charities and foundations, non-profit Companies, 

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NGO (brngoconsultant) on Twitter

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The latest from NGO (@brngoconsultant). A Non Profit Organization can be registered in India as a Society, under the Registrar of Societies (Societies Registration Act, 1860). Delhi
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These problems also looks magnified in the absence of a competent organization providing an integrated quality solution to these problems. Lack of awareness very often leads to loss of contributions from many who might have contributed or supported a cause advocated by the NGOs.

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BR NGO CONSULTANCY

B.R. NGO Consultancy has been formed with a mission to provide an integrated quality solution to individuals, voluntary associations, trusts, charities and foundations, non-profit companies, NGO’s under a single umbrella.
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brngoconsultanc

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B.R. NGO Consultancy has been http://www.brngoconsultancy.in
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Apart from providing the initial support in registering and complying with the legal formalities required for bringing into existence a non-profit organization as stated hereinabove, we also provide consultancy, technical and professional support and guidance in the field of multi services like documentation, designing, web & IT solutions

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NGO Registration - Google+

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NGO right from registration and other related services like requirement of various kinds of certifications, approvals, licenses, affiliations, recognitions, permits etc. from various department, ministries, boards, councils, corporations, authorities and other government, semi-government and non-government bodies etc. under a single umbrella. 

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NGO Registration

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Our services include NGO Registration, NGO Amendment, FCRA...
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India is estimated to have had around 3.3 million NGOs in 2009, just over one NGO per 400 Indians and the sector is expanding day to day. However, inspite of such a large number of NGOs in existence and their achievements in various fields, NGOs face different problems even before its inception, which differ from organization to organization, region to region.

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