Donation Aggregator in Ujjain NGO



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  1. Simply register at ngoregistry.com. Here, you may submit the relevant documents (financial & activity reports) to make it openly accessible worldwide through the Skf Support Network.
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FCRA Compounding Lawyer for Ujjain NGO


The Section 11 of the FCRA, 2010 prescribes that no person, save as otherwise provided in the Act, shall accept foreign contribution unless such person obtains a certificate of registration or prior permission of the Central Government. Therefore, acceptance of foreign contribution without obtaining registration or prior permission from the Central Government constitutes an offence under the Act and is punishable.
   
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The provisions of FCRA, 2010 regarding offences and penalties are ‒
Section 33: Making of false statement, declaration or delivering false accounts:
Any person, subject to this Act, who knowingly, —
  • (a) gives false intimation under sub-section (c) of section 9 or section 18; or
  • (b) seeks prior permission or registration by means of fraud, false representation or concealment of material fact, shall, on conviction by a court, be liable to imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years or with fine or with both.
Section 34: Penalty for article or currency or security obtained in contravention of Section 10:
If any person, on whom any prohibitory order has been served under section 10, pays, delivers, transfers or otherwise deals with, in any manner whatsoever, any article or currency or security, whether Indian or foreign, in contravention of such prohibitory order, he shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three years, or with fine, or with both; and notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, the court trying such contravention may also impose on the person convicted an additional fine equivalent to the market value of the article or the amount of the currency or security in respect of which the prohibitory order has been contravened by him or such part thereof as the court may deem fit
Section 35: Punishment for contravention of any provision of the Act:
Whoever accepts, or assists any person, political party or organisation in accepting, any foreign contribution or any currency or security from a foreign source, in contravention of any provision of this Act or any rule or order made thereunder, shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to five years, or with fine, or with both.
Section 36: Powers to impose additional fine where article or currency or security is not available for confiscation:
Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, the court trying a person, who, in relation to any article or currency or security, whether Indian or foreign, does or omits to do any act which act or omission would render such article or currency or security liable to confiscation under this Act, may, in the event of the conviction of such person for the act or omission aforesaid, impose on such person a fine not exceeding five times the value of the article or currency or security or one thousand rupees, whichever is more, if such article or currency or security is not available for confiscation, and the fine so imposed shall be in addition to any other fine which may be imposed on such person under this Act.
Section 37: Penalty for offences where no separate punishment has been provided:
Whoever fails to comply with any provision of this Act for which no separate penalty has been provided in this Act shall be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to one year, or with fine or with both.
Section 38: Prohibition of acceptance of foreign contribution:
Notwithstanding anything contained in this Act, whoever, having been convicted of any offence under section 35 or section 37, in so far as such offence relates to the acceptance or utilisation of foreign contribution, is again convicted of such offence shall not accept any foreign contribution for a period of three years from the date of the subsequent conviction.
Section 39: Offences by companies:
  • (1) (1) Where an offence under this Act or any rule or order made thereunder has been committed by a company, every person who, at the time the offence was committed, was in charge of, and was responsible to, the company for the conduct of the business of the company, as well as the company, shall be deemed to be guilty of the offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly; Provided that nothing contained in this sub-section shall render such person liable to any punishment if he proves that the offence was committed without his knowledge or that he had exercised all due diligence to prevent the commission of such offence.
  • 2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), where an offence under this Act or any rule or order made thereunder has been committed by a company and it is proved that the offence has been committed with the consent or connivance of, or is attributable to any neglect on the part of, any director, manager, secretary or other officer of the company, such director, manager, secretary or other officer shall also be deemed to be guilty of that offence and shall be liable to be proceeded against and punished accordingly. Explanation – for the purposes of this section,‒
    (a) (a) “company” means any body corporate and includes a firm, society, trade union or other association of individuals; and
    (b) ‘director” in relation to a firm, society, trade union or other association of individuals, means a partner in the firm or a members of the governing body of such society, trade union or other association of individuals.
    Section 40: Bar on prosecution of offences under the Act:
    No court shall take cognizance of any offence under this Act, except with the previous sanction of the Central Government or any officer authorised by that Government in this behalf.
Section 40: Bar on prosecution of offences under the Act:
No court shall take cognizance of any offence under this Act, except with the previous sanction of the Central Government or any officer authorised by that Government in this behalf.
Section 41: Compounding of certain offences:
  • (1) Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, any offence punishable under this Act (whether committed by an individual or association or any officer or employee thereof), not being an offence punishable with imprisonment only, may, before the institution of any prosecution, be compounded by such officers or authorities and for such sums as the Central Government may, by notification in the official gazette, specify in this behalf.
  • (2) Nothing in sub-section (1) shall apply to an offence committed by an individual or association or its officer or other employee within a period of three years from the date on which a similar offence committed by it or him was compounded under this section. Explanation – For the purposes of this section, any second or subsequent offence committed after the expiry of a period of three years from the date on which the offence was previously compounded, shall be deemed to be a first offence.
  • (3) Every officer or authority referred to in sub-section (1) shall exercise the powers to compound an offence, subject to the direction, control and supervisions of the Central Government.
  • (4) Every application for the compounding of an offence shall be made to the officer or authority referred to in sub-section (1) in such form and manner along with such fee as may be prescribed.
  • (5) Where any offence is compounded before the institution of any prosecution, no prosecution shall be instituted in relation to such offence, against the offender in relation to whom the offence is so compounded.
  • (6) (6) Every officer or authority referred to in sub-section (1), while dealing with a proposal for the compounding of an offence for a default in compliance with any provision of this Act which requires by an individual or association or its officer or other employee to obtain permission to file or register with or deliver or sent to, the Central Government or any prescribed authority any return account or other document, may, direct by order, if he or it thinks fit to do so, any individual or association or its officer or other employee to file or register with, such return, account or other document within such time as may be specified in the order.
 
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Q. Which are the offences that can be compounded and what would be the penalties therefor?
Ans: In terms of Gazette Notification S.O. 1976 (E) dated 26.08.2011, the categories of offences that can be compounded under section 41 of FCRA, 2010 and the quantum of penalty for compounding, as indicated against each of the offences, are ‒
Nature of offence; Quantum of penalty
  • (i) Acceptance of cheque or draft towards foreign contribution by a ‘person’ without registration or prior permission of the Central Government even in cases where the cheque or draft has not been deposited in a Bank by the ‘person’. Rs. 10,000/- or 2 per cent of the foreign contribution involved, whichever is higher.
  • (ii) Acceptance of cheque or draft by a ‘person’ towards foreign contribution without registration or prior permission of the Central Government and depositing the same in a Bank notwithstanding non-utilisation of the amount of the foreign contribution. Rs. 25,000/- or 3 per cent of the foreign contribution involved, whichever is higher.
  • (iii) Acceptance of foreign contribution by a ‘person’ without registration or prior permission of the Central Government and utilisation of the same notwithstanding any inquiry which revealed that the contribution received was not diverted towards any purpose other than the objectives or purpose for which the same was received, utilisation of the contribution was as per the objectives of receipt of the same and records of receipt and utilisation have been kept properly. Rs. 1,00,000/- or 5 per cent of the foreign contribution involved, whichever is higher.
  • (iv) Acceptance of foreign contribution in kind by a ‘person’ without registration or prior permission of the Central Government notwithstanding that nothing adverse was reported after inquiry. Rs. 10,000/- or 2 per cent of the foreign contribution involved, whichever is higher.
Q.  How to apply for compounding of an offence under FCRA, 2010?
Ans: An application for the compounding of an offence under section 41 of FCRA, 2010 is to be made to the Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi on a plain paper along with a fee of Rs.1000/- (One Thousand only) in the form of a demand draft or a banker’s cheque in favour of the “Pay and Accounts Officer, Ministry of Home Affairs”, payable at New Delhi.
Q. What happens after an offence is compounded?
Ans: After payment of the penalty imposed and compounding of the offence, the person may be granted registration or prior permission, as the case may be, subject to its fulfilling all parameters.
Q.  What if the person is unwilling or unable to pay the penalty imposed?
 Ans: In the event of failure to pay the penalty, for whatever reason, necessary action for prosecution of the person shall be initiated.
Q. Which are the investigating agencies for investigating and prosecuting a person for violation of FCRA?
Ans. The Central Bureau of Investigation or the investigating agencies (Crime Branch) of the State Governments, cause of action of which arises in their respective States, are the designated agencies for investigating and prosecuting a person for violation of FCRA.
Q. Can an organization, whose violation under FCRA, 1976 has been condoned, apply for registration/prior permission?
Ans. Yes, after the violation committed by an association has been condoned, the association can apply for prior permission (PP) by submitting an application in form FC-3.
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FCRA Registration Online for Ujjain NGO




As per amended Foreign Contribution Regulation Rules (FCRR), 2015, all applications for FCRA registration, FCRA prior permission and renewal of FCRA registration under FCRA, 2010, will now be accepted online, with fee for various FCRA services to be deposited through a payment gateway. On its part, the FCRA division of the home ministry will issue digitally signed registration certificates, prior permission sanctions etc to applicants through emails. 

 As per the amended FCRA rules, all NGOs registered or granted prior permission under FCRA are now required to upload details of foreign contributions received and utilized by them every three months on their website or the FCRA website. The new FCRA rules ensure that the human interface with foreign-funded NGOs is minimized, with all queries and replies to applicants to be made through emails. The number of application/intimation forms has been cut from 10 to six, and the number of documents to be attached with applications also significantly reduced. The list of purposes for which foreign contribution can be utilized has been rationalized. NGOs now need to file their annual returns online, with the hard copy version dispensed with. The annual returns must be placed quarterly on the NGO's website or the FCRA website maintained by the home ministry.


All FCRA designated bank accounts and utilization accounts will now have to be brought on the online platform of public finance management service (PFMS) of controller general of accounts, ministry of finance.


 
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FCRA registration (or, FCRA Prior Permission) as well as a good FCRA status are compulsory to access any foreign funds by NGOs and Nonprofit Companies working in any part of India. But, due to lack of information or weak communication infrastructure, many NGOs find it hard to get FCRA registration and unsuccessful in maintaining a good FCRA status as well as in accessing FCRA funding. To fill this gap, Ozg in association with the SKF offer the complete FCRA advisory services. Ozg offers a free FCRA consulting to NGOs (Trust / Society), Banks and Nonprofit Companies. It also help them to get enlisted in to the global NGO registry (NGOregistry.com) to access foreign funds. 


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NGO for CSR Projects - Company Act, 2013, India



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The gov of India has made mandatory spending of 2% of the Net Profits for various CSR Activities under Companies Act, 2013. In this regard all the Companies in India are required to spend 2% of their net profits for the activities as detailed hereunder either by themselves or through any NGO which are having minimum three years of experience in the relevant activities:
 
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1. Eradicating hunger, poverty, and malnutrition, promoting preventive health care, and sanitation and making available safe drinking water.

2. Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills among children, women, elderly, and differently abled and livelihood enhancement projects.

3. Promoting gender equality, empowering women, setting up homes and hostels for women, and orphans, setting up old age homes, day care centers, and such other facilities for senior citizens and measures for reducing inequalities faced socially, and economically backward groups.

4. Ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological balance, protection of flora and fauna, animal welfare, agroforestry, conservation of natural resources and maintaining quality of soil, air and water. 

5. Protection of national heritage, art, and culture including restoration of buildings and sites of historical importance and works of art, setting up public libraries, promotion  and development of traditional arts and handicrafts.

6. Measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans, war widows, and their dependents.

7. Training to promote rural sports, nationally recognized sports, paralympic sports and olympic sport.

8. Contribution to Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund or any other fund set up by the Central Government for socio-economic development and relief and welfare of the scheduled castes and the Scheduled tribes and other backward classes, minorities, and women.

9. Contribution or funds provided to technology incubators located within academic institutions which are approved by the Central Government.

10.   Rural Development Projects.

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Inter-NGO Donation in India





  Inter-NGO Donations


DONATION TO ANOTHER NGO

01 => It has been held in various cases that donation made by one NGO to another shall be considered as application of income for the objectives of the organisation provided the receiving organisation also has objects similar to the object donor organisation.

DONATIONS TO OTHER NGOs AFTER 1-4-2002

02 => The Finance Act, 2002 has inserted an Explanation to sub-section (2) of section 11. This Explanation prohibits donations to other NGOs out of the accumulated funds. This amendment can have far-reaching practical implications. The new amendment puts restriction on donations to other NGOs only out of accumulated funds. In other words, funds once accumulated under section 11(2) can only be applied for charitable purposes directly by the concerned organisation and any inter-organisational transfer would not be possible.

DONATION OUT OF CURRENT INCOME IS NOT BANNED

03 => However inter-organisational donations are possible from current year's income, but the newly amended provision will certainly create hurdles for organisations, which were used as conduct for channel rising funds to other organisations. The new Explanation inserted by the Finance Act, 2002, to section 11(2) has debarred organisations from applying its accumulated or set-apart income by way of payment or credit to other such organisations. Now, payments or credits out of accumulated funds to any other organisation would not be treated as application for charitable or religious purpose. There is no apparent bar on payment or credit to such other organisations out of previous year's income subject to the provisions of section 11(1).

INTER-NGO DONATION

04 => In the light of the above, funds once accumulated are no longer available for credit or payment to any other NGO, though such transfer may still be possible out of the current year's income under section 11. CBDT has also issued a clarificatory circular no. 8, dt. 27.08.2002.

05 => In the light of the aforesaid and the amendments by virtue of Finance Act, 2002, donations to other Charitable Organisation are still possible but only out of the current years income. Once the funds are accumulated then it will not be permissible to make inter-trust donation and treat them as application.

AMENDMENT IN FINANCE ACT, 2003

06 => The Finance Act, 2003 has inserted another proviso to sub-section (3A) of section 11 which provides that inter-NGO donation out of accumulated funds will be permissible in case of dissolution of a Charitable Organisation. This amendment has been made to reduce the hardship of NGOs on the brink of dissolution.

TAX PLANNING THROUGH DEEMED APPLICATION

07 => In the light of what is discussed in this chapter, the amended provisions with regard to inter-NGO donations will cause hardship to those organisations which act as a mother NGO to many small charitable organisations and funds through various foreign and domestic sources are routed through them. Many donors prefer to fund through one mother NGO which subsequently distributes the funds to smaller NGOs. After the amendment made in 2002 there is an apprehension in the fraternity of NGOs, that it may become difficult to disburse funds received towards the end of the year. And since accumulated income is not available for inter- NGO donations, the funds could neither be applied nor could be donated to other NGOs.

08 => For instance if a NGO receives funds in the month of March - which is required to be distributed to other NGOs - and is unable to make inter-NGO donations within the year of receipt, then it has to accumulate the same. Once the income is accumulated under section 11(2) then it is not permissible to make inter-NGO donations.

09 => Under the above mentioned circumstances, a NGO may exercise the option available under Explanation to section 11. The Explanation to the section 11 refers to two situations where the income applied falls short of 85% and still can be deemed to have been applied in the previous year other reason. Under the second situation, the assessee may exercise its option by applying in writing before the expiry of the time allowed under section 139(1) for filing of return. After exercise of the option, the income will be deemed to have been applied in the previous year even though it is spent in the succeeding or the year of receipt.

10 => Inter-NGO donations being valid application of income, there is no reason why option under Explanation 2 to section 11(1) could not be applied and the income be actually spent/disbursed in the succeeding year. But the reasons have to be genuine, the organisation must have valid reasons for not being able to apply the income as inter-NGO donations.



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