Back to Home


Posted By admin on December 25, 2013 1 Comment

ADVANTAGES OF NGO or NON Profit Organisation

We are specialised firm in India  helping in Setting up Non Government organisation or Non Profit Organisation Like

  1. Trust
  2. Section 8 Company
  3. Society

NGO can get several benefits if they register themselves under section 12 A of Income tax Act, Section 80G of Income Tax or under Section 35 of Income tax Act

Foreign remittance in NGO can be received only when NGO has received prior approval from Foreign Contribution Regulation Act

In case of more query you can whatsapp us at 9818092002 or email us at

ADVANTAGES OF NGO-An NGO is a non-governmental organization that is driven and task-oriented by individuals with one common interest. NGOs are usually structured around specific issues like health, human rights or environment. An NGO provides expertise and analysis and thus assists in monitoring international agreements.



Provide important local action

  • ADVANTAGES OF NGO  are very important since they offer an organization for local communication, action and also distributing resources when there are no existing local organizations. A
  • An NGO provides a mechanism that could possibly work where the government has failed. I
  • It supports grass roots initiatives as well as recognizing and responding to the realities of the local people.

Cheaper to implement ADVANTAGES OF NGO

  • NGOs are actual non-profit organizations, various projects can be achieved without having to use the government money. This is because there are many private donors who support the NGOs and this means that there will never be a lack of resources.
  • NGOs provide a good alternative to creating mass access structures. These mass access structures are extremely cumbersome, unreliable and costly.

Better communication

  • ADVANTAGES OF NGO  have the capability of communicating at all levels. This means that they can easily interact with the local people and relay their messages to top levels of the government.
  • They are also capable of recruiting highly motivated staff and experts with lesser restrictions than employees working for the government.

In case you need any further information

Contact us at 9818092002
Email :

Innovative approaches

  • NGOs are flexible in becoming accustomed to local conditions and responding to the local needs. For that reason, they can experiment freely with new approaches and take risks if necessary. They can develop integrated projects to help the local people.
  • The major shortcoming of NGOs is the overdependence on private financial resources, especially when the donors fail to make their donations.

Improve standards of life

  • NGOs are more beneficial than government programs because they are usually community based organizations. They research, develop and work on several projects which can help people change their lives.
  • NGOs are able to penetrate all corners of the community to find out what kind of problems people face and what they can do to make things better.

Reduce literacy levels

  • To improve the standards of life, ADVANTAGES OF NGO teach people in the respective communities how to lead a better life than
    These teachings have been seen to improve the levels of their lives at different levels.

In case you need any further information

Contact us at 9818092002
Email :

Filed under Uncategorized Tagged with Tags:

One Response to “ADVANTAGES OF NGO”

  1. CHRISTINE says:

    This paper is really educative and informative. I have learnt a lot from it today. Thank you and good job.

Leave a Reply

This blog is kept spam free by WP-SpamFree.

Call Us

(Mr. Vinay Gupta)

Call : +91 9818092002

Send a Query

Daily Updates over Email:

Our Partner

Our Partner