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Requirements for Society Registration:

·Minimum 7 Members.

·No PAN Card required.

·The objective shall be scientific, literary & for charitable purpose.

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Society Registration

A society is an association of several individuals, combined by mutual agreement, to deliberate, govern and co-operate for some common purpose. Societies are generally registered for the advancement of charitable activities such as sports, music, culture, religion, art, education, etc.

A society is the simplest form of a Non Governmental Organisation in India and can be registered to operate on state level or national level for educational, charitable, religious, welfare or for promotion of art, music, culture, etc., In India, the registration of a society is done under The Societies Registration Act, 1860.

In India, society registration works on the principle of regulating and managing the registration and other aspects related to societies.

There are two types of society, one for the National Level Society and the other for the State Level Society. A minimum of seven people must come together with a common goal of becoming a society. However, in the case of a national society, the members / desired persons must represent seven different states. The process of registering NGOs as a society differs from state to state.

Key Points:

  • No Distribution of Profit: The society though can engage in profit generation activities, however the profits of such a NGO can not be shared to its members.
  • No Blood Relative: There must be no blood relative between the founder members and the governing body. The president of the society must make an affidavit to this effect that there is no blood relative in the governing body.
  • No stamp paper required

We, Ezzus India can register society for you in state Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh(Punjab), Mumbai(Maharashtra), Bhopal(Madhya Pradesh), Lucknow(Uttar Pradesh), Dehradun(Uttarakhand), Hyderabad(Andhra Pradesh), Shimla(Himachal Pradesh), Imphal(Manipur), Gangtok(Sikkim), Itanagar(Arunachal Pradesh), Srinagar(Jammu & Kashmir), Shillong(Meghalaya), Chennai(Tamilnadu), Dispur(Assam), Rachi(Jharkhand), Aizawl(Mizoram), Telangana, Patna(Bihar), Bangalore(Karnataka), Kohima(Nagaland), Agartala(Tripura),   Raipur(Chattisgarh), Thiruvananthapuram (Kerela), Bhubaneshwar(Odisha), Bangalore(Karnataka), Panaji(Goa), Jaipur(Rajasthan), Kolkata(West Bengal), Puducherry, Daman & Diu.

Document Required

Documents Required for Society Registration :

1. MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION IN DUPLICATE

2. RULES AND REGULATIONS IN DUPLICATE

3. AFFIDAVIT NO. 1 REGARDING OWNERSHIP AND NOC FOR THE REGISTERED OFFICE OF THE SOCIETY (ATTESTED BY NOTARY WITH PROPER REGISTRATION NO. OF NOTARY)

4. AFFIDAVIT NO. 2 REGARDING DESIROUS PERSONS NOT RELATED TO EACH OTHER AND NAME OF SOCIETY IS NOT IDENTICAL OR REASSEMBLES TO ANY OTHER REGISTERED/NON REGISTERED SOCIETY (ATTESTED BY NOTARY WITH PROPER REGISTRATION NO. OF NOTARY)

5. RESIDENTIAL CUM ID PROOFS OF ALL DESIROUS PERSONS OF SOCIETY (ATTESTED BY A GAZETTED OFFICER WITH PROPER SEAL)

6. OWNERSHIP PROOF OF REGISTERED OFFICE OF THE SOCIETY WITH ID PROOF OF OWNER. 
 
(i) ELECTRICITY BILL  OR

(ii) WATER BILL   OR

(iii) HOUSE TAX RECEIPT  OR

(iv) PROPERTY REGISTERD DOCUMENT

7. IN CASE OF GOVT.BODY/SEMI GOVT. BODY/UNDERTAKING, NOC FROM THE EMPLOYER.

8. APPLICATION FORM

 

What You Get

Society Registration Certificate

Advantage

Advantages:

1. Easy Formation:

Compared to the formation of a company, formation of a cooperative society is easy. Any ten adult persons can voluntarily form themselves into an association and get it registered with the Registrar of Co-operatives. Formation of a cooperative society also does not involve long and complicated legal formalities.

2. Limited Liability:

Like company form of ownership, the liability of members is limited to the extent of their capital in the cooperative societies.

3. Perpetual Existence:

A cooperative society has a separate legal entity. Hence, the death, insolvency, retirement, lunacy, etc., of the members do not affect the perpetual existence of a cooperative society.

4. Social Service:

The basic philosophy of cooperatives is self-help and mutual help. Thus, cooperatives foster fellow feeling among their members and inculcate moral values in them for a better living.

5. Open Membership:

The membership of cooperative societies is open to all irrespective of caste, colour, creed and economic status. There is no limit on maximum members.

6. Tax Advantage:

Unlike other three forms of business ownership, a co­operative society is exempted from income-tax and surcharge on its earnings up to a certain limit. Besides, it is also exempted from stamp duty and registration fee.

7. State Assistance:

Government has adopted cooperatives as an effective instrument of socio-economic change. Hence, the Government offers a number of grants, loans and financial assistance to the cooperative societies – to make their working more effective.

8. Democratic Management:

The management of cooperative society is entrusted to the managing committee duly elected by the members on the basis of ‘one-member one -vote’ irrespective of the number of shares held by them. The proxy is not allowed in cooperative societies. Thus, the management in cooperatives is democratic.

Time Duration

1-2 MONTHS

HOW IT WORKS

 

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1. WHO CAN BE THE MEMBERS OF A SOCIETY?

Members as stated in the memorandum shall be a person who has been admitted in accordance with the rules and regulations of the company and who has paid the subscription and signed the list of members. A person shall not be entitled to vote or to be counted as a member in any of the proceedings of a company whose subscription is in arrears (the time limit for receipt of a subscription should generally be laid down in the rules and regulations of the company).

2. What are MOA & AOA?

Memorandum of Association has to be prepared which will contain the following clauses and information:

  • The work and the objectives of the society for which it is being established
  • The details of the members forming the society
  • It will contain the address of the registered office of the society

Articles of Association also have to be prepared which will contain the following information:

  • Rules and regulations by which the working of the society will be governed and the maintenance of day to day activities
  • It will contain the rules for taking the membership of the society
  • The details about the meetings of the society and the frequency with which they are going to be held is to be mentioned
  • Information about the Auditors
  • Forms of Arbitration in case of any dispute between the members of the society
  • Ways for the dissolution of the society will also be mentioned
  • Once the rules have been formed, they can be changed but the new set of rules will be signed by the President, Chairman, Vice President and the Secretary of the Society.

3. What's the name criteria of a society?

Selection of a name When selecting a name for the registration of a company, it is vital to understand that, under the Society Act, 1860, the same or similar name of a company currently registered will not be allowed. Moreover, the proposed name does not imply any patronage of the State Government or Government of India, nor does it fascinate the provisions of the Emblem & Names Act, 1950.

4. What are the compliances after setting up a Society?

  • The company should submit a list to the Registrar of Societies within 15 days of the meeting of the General Body each year. The list should contain the names and addresses of each member of the Management Committee (Executive Committee) and of the officers responsible for managing the company.
  • The Executive Committee shall meet at least once in three months and the General Body shall meet at least once in a year. The amendments made, if any, should be recorded with the Registrar.
  • The minutes of all meetings with the Registrar of Societies should be recorded.
  • The Society should choose the members of the Executive Committee in accordance with its By-law.

 

5. WHO IS THE SIGNING AUTHORITY OF A SOCIETY?

In general all the documents of the society to be filed with the registrar of the societies should be signed by the President or the Chairman or the Secretary of the Society or by any other person specifically authorized in this behalf.

6Can We Revise MOA & Bye Laws of Society?

The Memorandum may be revised by subscription to a special General Body Meeting called for the purpose after giving due notice and by approval of another Special General Body Meeting called again after 30 days. By-laws may be amended by the approval of a majority of the members of the Special General Body Meeting. Such corrected by-laws are to be filed with the Registrar within one month.

7. What are the objectives of Society for which it can be registered?

Association can be formed for the following reasons :

  1. Arts, literature, educaticational, cultural, charity, and religious
  2. Fine Arts, crafts
  3. Knowledge of commerce and industry
  4. Promotion of scientific temper in the society
  5. Political education and training
  6. Sports (excluding games of chance)
  7. Diffusion of any knowledge or any public purpose,
  8. Maintaining Library
  9. Collection/preservation of historical monuments, technical and philosophical research.

8. What is the Minimum & maximum number of members required or allowed for society?

A minimum number of 7 persons who are above 18 years of age can form a society or an association. There is no such limit for maximum number of persons.