NGOs are government (legally) registered private organizations that do not work for profit making and hence they are sometimes also referred as Nonprofit Organizations. Most of the activities performed by NGOs are social. NGOs are generally constituted by people with an intention to bring change in society. Different NGOs can have their different goal. Some work to bring social awareness in a particular society. Some work for poor and underprivileged children and so on. Most NGOs depend on funding to maintain their operation. In many countries funding to an NGO can give a benefit of tax exemption. In India one can register his own NGO under Societies Registration Act, 1860.
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|NAGAUR||Indian Railway Station||NGO|
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|Nongovernmental Organization||Military and Defence||NGO|
|Non Governmental Organization||Military and Defence||NGO|
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