Martyrdom Day | March 23 – Shaheed Bhagat Singh

shaheedi-diwas-bdOn the night of March 23, 1931, Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Raj Guru’s patriotism was hanged by the words of the crime. It is said that the death penalty was fixed on the morning of March 24, but the fear of some big public outcry was frightened by the British government on the night of March 23, the lifelines of these revolutionaries were eliminated. In the darkness of the night, their funeral was also done on the banks of the Sutlej.

Bhagat Singh was sentenced to death in the Lahore conspiracy case, and at the age of 24, only on the night of 23 March 1931, he laughed and kissed the hanging of the hanging of ‘Inqlab Zidabad’.

Bhagat Singh also became a source of inspiration for the youth. They were the leader of country’s martyrs. (India-Darshan compilation)

No longer 100% deduction allowed for NGO’s

Image result for ngo's in indiaDonations made to hundreds of projects carried out by NGOs across the country will no longer be eligible for a 100% income tax (I-T) deduction in the hands of the donor from April 1. While tax savings are not the main purpose, if donations are made in March towards eligible projects, then donors comprising salaried employees could reap an I-T benefit.

At present, donations made for specific projects run by NGOs that have been certified under section 35AC entitle the donor to a 100% I-T deduction under section 80GGA in respect of the donated amount.

However, section 35AC has a sunset clause which expires this March. Section 80GGA is not as widely known as section 80G, which permits a 100% I-T deduction in respect of certain donations (such as PM’s National Relief Fund) and a 50% I-T deduction in most other cases.

Image result for ngo's in india“Taxpayers who do not earn income under the head `profits and gains of business and profession’, such as salaried employees, can claim the benefit of section 80GGA. While the employer cannot consider the donations made, while computing tax to be deducted at source against salary income, the employee can claim the benefit of the same in his I-T return and claim an I-T refund, if applicable,“ says Pradeep Mahtani, director, HelpYourNGO Foundation. A chartered accountant says, “In fact, if there has been a short deduction of tax at source and advance tax has not been paid by the salaried employee, by making donations eligible for I-T deduction up to March 31, the salaried taxpayer could mitigate his I-T penalty . Donors should ensure that they get the appropriate receipt.”

Notifications are issued by the finance ministry from time to time, certifying the projects that are eligible under section 35AC, the period of eligibility and also the total cost of the eligible project. For instance, as regards NGOs registered in Ma harashtra, these include projects by Magic Bus (skill development and livelihood programme), Association of Palliative Care (for a palliative care centre), Foundation of Promotion for Sports and Games (Olympic Gold Quest project) and Mesco (educational scholarships).

MCA Updates

  • As part of the Ministry’s efforts towards promoting greater Ease of Doing Business to stakeholders, new version of Form SPICe (INC-32) with date of effect as 30th January 2017 will be notified soon, so as to include the functionality of applying for Company PAN and first TAN (allotted by Income Tax Dept) in the SPICe form itself. Applying for PAN / TAN will be compulsory for all fresh incorporation applications filed in the new version of the SPICe form. Stakeholders will be allowed to download new version of SPICe form for all fresh incorporation applications w.e.f 01 Feb 2017. For resubmitting SPICe forms filed before 30th January 2017, stakeholders are required to use older version of the SPICe form for resubmission, if needed. The old version can be used only for resubmissions.
  • Stakeholders may, therefore, kindly note that filing of SPICe forms (including resubmissions) will NOT be permitted temporarily w.e.f Saturday, 28th January until Tuesday 31st January, 2017. Thereafter, MCA21 system will accept new version of the SPICe form for fresh filings, as well as old version of SPICe for filing of previously marked resubmission cases. No PAN or TAN will be allotted for applications which were filed before 30th January 2017. Stakeholders are requested to plan accordingly.
  • Stakeholders may also kindly note that the revised version of Form SPICe (INC-32) will mandatorily require application for both PAN and TAN also. MCA21 system will auto generate the pre-filled application forms 49A (PAN) and 49B (TAN) after submission of SPICe, which the stakeholders will be required to download, affix digital signature and then upload both signed forms on MCA21 system as linked forms. New version of SPICe incorporation applications will be processed only after Forms 49A & 49B are duly signed, uploaded and payment is confirmed by MCA. PAN (as allotted by Income Tax Deptt) will be printed in the Certification of Incorporation, and TAN will be separately communicated to the stakeholders by email.

Bed & Breakfast (BNB) Registration

Related imageHotels and other supplementary accommodation are an integral part of a tourist’s visit to a place and the services offered by them can make his/her visit memorable. With the aim of providing comfortable Home Stay Facilities of Standardized World Class Services to the tourists, and to supplement the availability of accommodation in the Metros and tourist destinations, Ministry of Tourism will classify fully operational rooms of Bed & Breakfast/ Home Stay Facilities as “Incredible India Bed & Breakfast/ Homestay Establishments”. The basic idea is to provide a clean and affordable place for foreigners and domestic tourists alike including an opportunity for foreign tourists to stay with an Indian family to experience Indian customs and traditions and relish authentic Indian cuisine.

The Incredible India Bed & Breakfast/Homestay facilities will be categorized as follows:-

  • Silver
  • Gold

Key points to be remembered while submitting the application form

  • Application Form should be submitted through online with correct information.
  • Demand Draft/bank Draft of Rs.5000/- for Gold category and Rs.3000/- for Silver Category registration in favour of Principal Secretary (Tourism), Government of N.C.T. of Delhi should be submitted in the office (by hand) or Speed Post, addressed to Head of Office, 2nd Floor, C-Wing, Tourism Department, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Near Metcalfe House, Delhi-110054.

Image result for bed and breakfast iconNote: Your application for registration under the Bed & Breakfast scheme will be accepted only after submission of requisite fees in the favour of Principal Secretary (Tourism) GNCT of Delhi, in the form of Demand Draft/Bankers Cheque within Seven (07) working days from date of online submission. The issue date of Demand Draft / Bankers Cheque should not be older / earlier than 10 days prior to date of submission.

  • Before uploading the document in support of application should be self attested by applicant(s) (in blue ink).

Mandatory Documents to be uploaded

  • In case, the applicant(s) possess the property through Rent/Lease Agreement or the applicant is not individually legal owner of the premises than a Special Power of Attorney(SPA) in favour of the applicant(s) duly registered by Sub-Registrar for a minimum period of 04 years.(Please upload the SPA and original document to be provided at the time of inspection).
  • Police Verification report (in original) in prescribed format. (Please upload online).see the format
  • Passport Size Photograph of the applicant.
  • Self declaration by Applicant (Please upload online).see the format
  • Layout Plan of all floors (separately on A4 size sheet) of the premises which is possession of the applicant (Please upload online)
  • Proof of residence (Voter I.D. / Valid Passport / Valid License / Ration Card/Aadhar Card) of the of the applicant (Please upload Online) ID proof of applicant/ owner and ID proof of other family members to be provided at the time of inspection.
  • Family background note of the applicant (Please upload online).
  • Proof of ownership :
    Copy of Sale Deed/Conveyance Deed/Attorney Lease/Lease Documents. (Please upload online only First, Second and Last page and complete document to be provided at the time of inspection).
  • Scan Copy of DD (Demand Draft should not be older / earlier than 10 days prior to date of submission).
  • copy of earlier approval/rejection order (if applicable).

Click here to fill the form.

Word Format – Relieving Letter

Hello everyone..!!

Trust all of you doing well in your life. Today I would like to share format of relieving letter, which is very important document while you leaving any organisation. Hope you will enjoy this update.

Image result for FormatMeaning – A relieving letter is a formal letter that is issued to an employee at the time of leaving an organization. It is a formal way of communicating to the employee that the resignation has been accepted.

Purpose – A relieving letter is required at the time of joining a new company.




This is to certify that Mr. /Ms. ____________________ has served in our organization from ____________________ to _______________________ as a __________________ (Post)

Mr. / Ms. has resigned from the services of the organization of her/his own accord.

During his/her tenure with us we found her/him sincere and hardworking. It is also certified that he/she had drawn Rs. ___________ as his/her salary.

We wish him/her all success in his/her future endeavors.


Dated –

Place –

For Sukhwinder Singh & Co.

Sukhwinder Singh


Click here to download word format of “Relieving Letter”


How NGO’s Generate Funds 4 Working??

Hello everyone; Trust all of you doing great work. Everyone knows what is “NGO’s” and How it works but big question always arise in mind that how NGO’s generate funds from society?  I hope this write-up may help you to generate funds from market. Basically you have three ways to generate funds for your NGO’s. Details are:-

  1. Donation from general public.
  2. Grant from Central Government and State Government.
  3. Provide paid services to society.


Image result for donationThe process of running NGO is highly supported by taking donations on different levels. Public or private sectors are included in taking donations. Donation can be of any kind like service providing for some cause on which an NGO is working or giving incentives to the members of NGOs for working on a specific project. But mostly all the successful and renowned NGOs keep the donation to an average extent for keeping themselves unaccountable of spending public money for different causes.


Image result for donationNGO’s have to get support, funding, financial help and donation to get work, execute, implement and accomplishment the aims, objects, aspirations, ambitions, desires, causes and targets they desire to fulfill and they have decided, they are working on and they have to achieve them. To get funding and other support, NGO has to submit project proposals in pre-formated certain patterns and according to requirement and guidelines of donor agency, support groups and funding agency or Government Ministry/Department. Projects for funding are submitted in a such a frame work that explain the issues, needs and requirements of the plan, why the need of fund and support is and the way how the NGO and beneficiaries will implement it.

Service Providing

By providing paid services, NGO’s can earn funds. Some NGOs function for a cause to provide basic service to public deprived of the basic facilities, for example there are many areas whose locals are not provided with some of the necessary services due to lack of management and false distribution of assets. NGOs work for them and earn money for this cause. The new self startups by an NGO get them to earn a huge money by donors and donators. Different new plans for welfare process and implementing strategies are proposed by NGOs and if the attract the area of interest of the donors, the get them earn a good money for this purpose.

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