12A Registration

@ 5000/-

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Required Documents

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS Following are the list of documents and information required to proceed for 12A Registration.

1.Following information pertaining to the trustees or managers of the NGO:

  • Name
  • Address
  • PAN Details
  • Email Id
  • Mobile Number
  • Designation

2. Registration certification under which the trust/society/NGO was established.

3.A copy of the PAN card that belongs to the NGO.

  • It’s an application for registration of a charitable or religious trust or institution under clause (aa) or clause (ab) of sub-section 12A of the Income Tax Act, 1961;     
  • Copy of the documents that must be certified and acts as evidence of modification or adoption of the objects, if any;
  • Additionally, a certified copy of the document that serves as evidence of the establishment of the institution or creation of the trust, if applicable;
  • A certified copy of the instrument under which the institution or trust was established or created, if applicable;
  • A certified copy of the registration with Registrar of Firms (ROF) & Societies or Registrar of Public Trusts, whichever applicable;
  • Certified copy of the annual reports of the trust/institution for a maximum three immediately preceding financial years, if applicable;
  • Note on activities;
  • Certified copy of existing order granting registration under Section 12A or Section 12AA, if any;
  • Furthermore, a certified copy of the order of rejection of application for grant of registration under Section 12A or Section 12AA, if any;


Process To Start 12 A Registration


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Basic Package


Rs. 5000 Plus Gst
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 12A Application

Standard Package


Rs. 10000 Plus Gst
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 12A Application
  • • Darpan ID
  • • CSR Application

Premium Package


Rs. 15000 plus GST
(All Inclusive)
  • • Provisional 12A and 80G Application
  • • Darpan ID
  • • CSR Application

By virtue of 12A registration, Trusts and NGOs and other Section 8 organizations appreciate exception from making good on annual assessment. NGOs are fundamentally associations that are intended for beneficent and non-benefit exercises. Nonetheless, they do have salary and would be required to pay charge according to ordinary rates if not enlisted under area 12A of the Income Tax Act.

12A registration is a one-time registration which is granted by the Income Tax Department to trusts and other not for profit organisations. The purpose of the registration is to be exempted from the payment of income tax. 12A registration is generally applied for immediately after incorporation.

• Form 10A. • Documental evidence of the creation of the Trust or NGO – Trust Deed of a Trust; Registration Certificate and Memorandum of Association of a society; section 8 companies to submit a certificate of incorporation and copies of MoA and AoA of the company. • Three-year bank account statement of the Trust. • PAN card of the organization.

80G Registration comes under section 80G of the Income Tax Act and provides benefit to the donor of an NGO whereas section 12A Registration will assist an NGO to get an organisation income exempted from tax.