Documents Required for Society registration
Society Registration Process
- Step 1
Provide us with all the scanned copy of all the requisite Documents online by mail
- Step 2
We will check the whether all the documents are complete as required and inform you if any discrepancy
- Step 3
Filling of documents with district SDM on your behalf and wait for the response of the application
- Step 4
Emailing of Society Registration Certificate along with MOA
Frequenlty Asked Questions
A Society / Association are an organized group of people with the sole aim and objectives of non-profitable service. Registration of Societies is optional. Registration of such an association will have legal recognition. It will be possible to run society legally with discipline. Society can sue and be used.
A minimum 7 persons who have attained the age of 18 years can form a society or an Association.
Association could be formed for the following purposes:
Art, Fine Arts, crafts; Educational, charity, cultural, literature and religious; Sports (excluding games of chance); Knowledge of commerce and industry; Political education and training; Maintaining Library; Collection/preservation of historical monuments, technical and philosophical research; Promotion of scientific temper in the society etc. ;Diffusion of any knowledge or any public purpose.
The name should not be Similar to one effectively existing in the District.
Name denied or registered by State or Central Government through official guidelines or through Emblems and Names (Prevention of Improper Use) Act, 1950. Indian Institute or University.
Governing Body under the Societies Registration Act,1860 can be said to be consisting of the Governor’s council, Committee, trustees or some other body by whatever name called to whom or to which by the rules and regulations of the society the management of its affairs is entrusted.
General Body of a society comprises of all the members who have subscribed to the memorandum of the 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.
There are various provisions under the specific State Societies Registration Act(s) wherein provisions for Audit and filing of annual returns are specified. In general these Acts specify the check and audit of the accounts to be done by a duly qualified Chartered accountant within the meaning of the Chartered Accountants Act 1949 or a person approved by the Registrar of Societies in this behalf.