NGOM - Unit -2

Unit 2: A Legal Requirements In Setting Up NGOs: India & South Asia

It is a known fact that any legally registered organisation gains stability and credibility. Similar is the case with NGOs, which, if legally registered with the local government authorities, assume a recognised stature and can carry out activities easily. Matters relating to registration of NGOs differ from country to country. Thus, this Unit shall attempt to lay forth legal options available to NGOs, with special reference to India and other South Asian countries.
After completing this Unit you will be familiar with:

  • Need for registering an NGO as a legal entity, associated advantages and disadvantages
  • Different legal options available for registration in India
  • Fiscal regime with respect to NGOs in India
  • Legal framework for NGOs in South Asian countries
  • Detailed process of registering an NGO
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