WHAT IS NGO DARPAN?
NGO-DARPAN provides interface for healthy partnership between Non-Government organizations (NGOs) in the country and and the Government of India.
NGO-DARPAN is an initiative started by NITI Aayog; NGO-DARPAN registration provides a Unique Identity Number (UIN).
NGO-DARPAN helps NGO’s keep themselves updated regarding new government schemes and grants.
Non-Governmental Organisation that is registered as a trust, society, or Section 8 Company is eligible to apply for the NGO DARPAN registration.
NGO DARPAN Registration is mandatory for FCRA Registration and is also required for 12A & 80G Registration.
Benefits of NGO DARPAN registration
Helps NGOs and other volunteer organisations to interact and engage with Government departments.
Obtain a unique ID that helps improve the credibility and goodwill of the NGO.
Department and Ministry websites will coordinate with the NGO DARPAN to share vital information.
Enables the seamless flow of data from the government to various NGOs around the country.
Updated information regarding new schemes, projects, and the progress of earlier initiatives.
Departments will use this platform to understand more about NGOs before considering their appeals.
Helps in the creation of a database or repository of information regarding VOs/NGOs.
DOCUMENTS FOR REGISTRATION OF DARPAN NGO
Self-certified copy of Trust Registration Certificate or Incorporation Certificate & Section 8
License Certificate for Section 8 Company.
Self-Certified copy of Trust deed, Bye laws, MOA & AOA, whichever is applicable.
PAN Card of NGO.
PAN, Aadhar Card Mobile No & Email id of any 3 trustees / Directors.
Mobile Number & Email id of NGO.