Documents Required for Darpan Registration

Verification of documents for Darpan registration typically involves the review of various documents to ensure that the information provided is accurate and complies with the requirements of the NGO-Darpan portal. While the specific documents required may vary, here is a general list of documents that are often requested during the verification process:

1. Registration Certificate:

Provide a copy of your NGO’s registration certificate, which verifies the legal existence of your organization. This document is typically issued by the relevant government authority (e.g., Registrar of Societies, Trust Deed, or Companies Act) depending on your NGO’s legal structure.

2. Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA):

 If applicable, submit copies of your organization’s MOA and AOA. These documents outline the objectives, structure, and rules of your NGO.


3. PAN Card:

Provide a copy of your NGO’s Permanent Account Number (PAN) card, which is essential for taxation purposes.

4. TAN (Tax Deduction and Collection Account Number) Card :

If your NGO is required to deduct or collect taxes, provide a copy of your TAN card.

5. Aadhaar Cards of Key Members:

Submit copies of Aadhaar cards for key members and officials of your organization.


6. Bank Details:

Provide the bank account details of your NGO, including the name of the bank, branch, and account number. This is crucial for financial transactions and funding.

7. Annual Reports and Financial Statements :

Some registrations may require submission of past annual reports and audited financial statements to demonstrate your organization’s financial transparency.

8. Board of Trustees/Management Committee Details:

Provide details about the board members or management committee of your organization, including their names, addresses, contact information, and roles.

9. Organization’s Contact Information:

Ensure your contact details, including the organization’s address, phone number, and email address, are up-to-date.

10. Project Details:

If you have ongoing or completed projects, you may need to provide information about them, including objectives, outcomes, and beneficiaries.

11. Other Legal Documents:

Depending on your NGO’s activities and structure, you may be asked for additional documents, such as certificates related to tax exemptions or certificates of registration under other government schemes.

The verification process is typically conducted by the administrators of the NGO-Darpan portal to ensure that your NGO complies with relevant regulations and guidelines. It’s essential to maintain accurate and up-to-date documentation on the portal, as this information may be used for various purposes, including tracking your organization’s work and facilitating potential collaborations and funding opportunities.

Please note that specific requirements for document verification may change over time, and it’s essential to verify the most up-to-date information on the NGO-Darpan portal or through official channels. Consulting with the administrators of the portal or a legal professional experienced in nonprofit organizations can also be helpful.