Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera

Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera

Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera is an Advocate and has completed her BA.LLB (Hons) and has experience of writing various research papers during her college time. Earlier she was working as an Associate Advocate in a reputed Law Firm. She has an extreme interest in writing legal content and her core area falls under legal enactments, tax and finance.

All you need to know about Rules and Regulations under Section 8 Company Registration

Section 8 Company is a company licensed under Section 8 of the Indian Companies Act, 2013. It is a non-profit organization that is formed to promote science, commerce, arts, education, sports, research and etc. The profit generated out of the operations of the company can be used to meet the objectives of the company. Section […]

Is it Possible to Make Members in Nidhi Company: Step by Step Guide

A Nidhi Company is an NBFC (which does not required RBI approval) that works for its members by accepting deposits and lending funds. One of the most important criteria of Nidhi Company is that it works for its members only. It cannot accept deposits nor can it lend funds to any other person other than […]

What are the Dissimilarities between Trust, Section 8 Company & Society?

A Non Governmental Organization also referred to as non profit organizations in India, can be registered under different authorities for a charitable purpose. These organizations are formed to promote social development, welfare and other charitable purposes. The NGO registration can be done under three types, that is, as a Trust, Society or Section 8 Company. […]

Pros and Cons of BIS Registration in India

The Bureau of Indian Standard (BIS) plays a very important role in assuring that the goods reached out to the consumers are of certain standard and are safe to be consumed. It was set up to establish the standardization of quality of the product across nation. The products which are already tested and certified for […]

A Few Quick Tips: How to take BIS Certification in India?

Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) works towards maintaining the safety, reliability and quality of the products in India. It is very important to ensure that the products that are being used by the people holds a good quality and are absolutely safe to use. An International Agency in Geneva, Switzerland formed an organization called the […]

Know the Complete Difference between Non- Profit Organization and an NGO

There are organizations which are formed by the individuals for serving the entire society. Such organizations may be Non- Governmental Organizations (NGO) or Non- Profit Organizations (NPO). An NGO is formed to work for social and public welfare. On the other hand, NPO works for any purpose other than making profits and are incorporated under […]

Find the difference between CBO and an NGO

Non- Governmental Organization or NGO is a non-profit organization which can be formed in three ways, that is, Trusts, Society or Section 8 Company. CBO is an acronym for Community based Organization. The objective of both the organizations is the social welfare of the people and focus on dealing with the social, cultural, economic, religious […]

What is the Strategy to Expand and Improve NGO organization?

Non- Governmental organisation (NGO) is formed to promote the social welfare of the people and to help the underprivileged to get the rights they deserve. One must apply for NGO registration to get the benefits under it. Planning the strategy to expand and improve NGO organization plays an important part for proper governance and management […]

A complete list of Documents required for NGO Registration in India

A Non- Governmental organisation is an organisation with the objective of promoting social welfare and betterment of society. It is an organisation with a charitable objective. An NGO can be started as Trust, a Society or a Non- Profit Company (Section 8 Company), based on the activity undertaken. It is active in human rights, public […]

All you need to know about Import Export Code Exemptions in India?

The Import Export Code (IEC) is required by every person who is engaged in the business of import export trading. The IEC code is issued by the Director General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) as required under the Foreign Trade Policy. Without obtaining the import export code, the import export activity cannot take place at all. […]

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