Society Registration in Bangalore

Solubilis offers seamless society registration in Bangalore with a team of experienced professionals. The aim is to elevate the economic status of the underprivileged and assist individuals with disabilities. For state-level society formation, a minimum of 7 members is required, and in the registration process, 2 persons need their Aadhar cards as witnesses. Registered under the Indian Society Act of 1860, societies can establish guidelines and policies for specific branches. Society registration in Bangalore is crucial for the welfare of marginalized communities. While not all NGOs share the same objectives, focusing on empowering youth or providing basic amenities, their underlying intention remains the same. Society Registration in Bangalore ensures legal compliance, enhancing credibility over time. This registration is vital for those below the poverty line, offering avenues for tax exemptions. Trust Solubilis for a credible and lawful society registration process in Bangalore.

To become a society member

  • Submit your PAN Card
  • Aadhar Card.
  • Two witnesses should provide either

  • Aadhar Card
  • Voter id
  • Driving Licence
  • Mobile number and mail id
  • Objective of society formation

Advantages of Society Registration in Bangalore

  • Online Society registration in Bangalore allows the entity to hold property in its own name.
  • Assistance is provided to open a bank account in the society's name.
  • Registered societies in Bangalore gain the right to initiate legal actions in the court.
  • Incorporated societies enjoy tax exemptions.
  • Society Registration in Bangalore provides formal legal status to the society.
  • Societies have simpler legal requirements compared to trusts and Section 25 companies.
  • Societies can easily renew memberships and modify their objectives.
  • Dissolving a society is a straightforward process.
  • Online society registration in Bangalore establishes a democratic setup with memberships and an elected body for efficient management.


Yes. A special general body meeting can be called within 40 days upon receiving a requisition from 1/3 of the members, specifying the purpose for the meeting.

A member may face a fine under Section 28 for engaging in unlawful activities.

A Society or Association, a group dedicated to non-profitable service, can opt for optional registration. Registration grants legal recognition, enabling lawful and disciplined operation. The society gains the ability to initiate legal actions and defend itself in legal matters.

Yes, as per Section 24, since society records are considered public records, any individual can obtain a copy and present it as evidence.

Annually, within fifteen days of the General Body meeting, the society must submit a list to the Registrar of Societies. This list should include the names and addresses of the Managing Committee (Executive Committee) members and officers responsible for society management.

The Executive Committee is required to convene at least once every three months, while the General Body should meet at least once a year. Any amendments made must be filed with the Registrar, and minutes of all meetings should also be submitted to the Registrar of Societies. The society is responsible for electing Executive Committee members in accordance with its bylaws.

  • Executive Committee shall meet at least once in three months; and General Body shall meet at least once in a year.
  • Amendments, if any, made shall be filed with Registrar.
  • Minutes of all the meetings shall be filed with the Registrar of Societies.
  • Society shall elect Executive Committee members as per its bylaws.

Modifications to the Memorandum require approval in a special General Body Meeting, with notice given. A second special General Body Meeting, held after 30 days, also needs approval. For Byelaw amendments, majority approval in a Special General Body Meeting is necessary. Any amended by-laws must be filed with the Registrar within one month.

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