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Get, Set, Ngo: How non-profit sector is going through remarkable change in India

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5 Next shock would be to Crony education capitalists, who run Govt patronized NO profit No loss self financed education institutions.. with web sites like You tube giving free lessons ... though imagination is far fetched considering Govt attitudes like IL & FS ... GSE ( Govt Supported Enterprise for babus )


The NGO,India have lot of opportunities to grab for policy changes and influenced decision .Tax based economy, instead of tax evasion, non profit under tax exemption create more impacts on philanthropy at national arena .Even the temple- Church- Mosque, the amount you contribute 80G exemption, fully accountable. Let people gets tax exemption for registered charity contribution.

such persons give assurance of some comfort in all gloom spread by sickening politicians


excellent we want more of this type

Kudos to the contributing Individuals and Companies. The Government needs to make life easier for well intentioned NGOs.


Appriciate Srikant talapadi for his Tech Innovations for Social change the "Chimple" founded by him a Bengaluru-based edtech startup Chimple which won $1 million funding from Global Learning XPRIZE. which is looking to create scalable solutions to allow children to teach themselves basic reading, writing and arithmetic within 15 months.address issues in support of the public good. These NGOs work for social upliftment of the society; starting from health, education, poverty eradication.Great to see How non-profit sector is going through remarkable change in India and very soon NextGen Children in Indian will be more educated and literacy rate will go up in World index

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