An NGO or non-governmental organisation is a not-for-profit entity that works for a particular cause. They particularly focus on a social cause or on the welfare and upliftment of poor and deprived sections of the society, the underpriviged, protection of environment, promoting and creating awareness of any cause/ activity and likewise purposes. Other than these, NGOs may also be working for political or religious purposes. NGO's do not earn any profit/ dividend and instead whatever funds they get or collect have to be utilised for their objects and must be reinvested toward the cause. NGO's recieve funds from various organisations and indiciduals. In India, an NGO can be set up as a trust, section-8 company or a society. A section-8 company requires two members for a private limited company and seven members to register it as a public limited company. Section 8 companies are supervised by the Registrar of Companies as well as the commissioner of the relevant state where they are set up. It may take up to 75 days to register a Section-8 company.