Yes of course. For entire purpose of the trust is to provide shelter and education to children. The objectives of knowledge are consistent with the ideology behind the Right to Education Act. It ′ s existence is bound to be beneficial for our endeavour.

The criteria for eligibility to acquire Government funding and those from Non-governmental organisations are laid down by the government periodically. So to acquire the fund from Govt. there should be following criteria must be fulfilled:

  • NGO should have been registered for at least two years
  • Financial soundness and capacity to bear at least 10% of projected expenditure
  • NGO should be registered under any one of the followings:
    • Society's Registration Act, 1860.
    • Public Registered Trust
    • Charitable Company licensed under section 25 of the Companies Act, 1958.
  • The body / NGO should not be running for profit to any individual (s).

In accordance with the objective, it is advisable to be registered with following:

  • Ministry of Women and Child development.
  • Women and Child welfare committee.
  • Central Adoption Resource Agency.
  • Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
  • Central Social Welfare Board.

Further, it is desirable that any NGO should interact with number of foreign agencies such as the United Nation, UNICEF and other governmental and non-governmental bodies globally.

We are planning to introduce 112 student per academic year, divided into four divisions comprising of 28 students per division. Admission will only be at the stage of Pre-nursery. So, till 12th standerd we will have total 1680 students.

We are introducing a very new concept of mother-care to these small kids. This concept has been effectively implemented in European countries. There will be one mother for 7 children (1:7 ratio). So there is 16 mother care-takers for 112 children in one shift and same for another shift. Ultimately there will be 32 mother care-taker will be hired for 112 children. The mother care-taker will be very efficient and skillful to upkeep small kids very well.

Kartavya's primary objective being to provide welfare activities for children across India, we intended to select a board whose syllabus should be recognised across all our centres in the country although as per the law, there no specific regulation as to the applicability of a board. Thus Kartavya has been affiliated under CBSE board.

Until formal education is begun under a particular Board, no specific criterion is required. Once the formal education of the children begins , the qualification of the teachers shall be made to match the requirement of the board whose educational system is adopted by the trust.

NGOs and other voluntary and non-profit organisations supplement governmental efforts in promoting economic & social development. Thus, they serve as partners in advancement of welfare activities. Genuine voluntary organisations possess the advantage of local presence, acquisition of local knowledge, and also bring in additional resources which help meet social and economic goals of the government. The revenue foregone by way of tax exemption is, therefore, employed effectively for achieving the nation's developmental goals.

There are following document must be encloded with application:

  • Project related expense in four terms:
    • Income and Expenditure statement
    • Receipt and Payment statement
    • Balance Sheet
    • Auditor's Reports
  • Activity / Annual Report of the organization for previous year
  • Budget estimate for the project for current year
  • Details of beneficiaries
  • Details of Employee
  • Copy of Registration Certificate
  • Utilization Certificate released grant in previous year

In present times, a "Charitable Purposes" under income tax law includes:

  • relief of the poor
  • Education
  • Medical relief
  • presentation of the environment (including watersheds, forests and wildlife)
  • presentation of monuments or places of or objects of artistic or historic interest and
  • dvancement of any other object of public utility (as distinguished from benefit of individuals or narrowly defined interest groups).

01-04-2009 onwards, "advancement of any other object of general public utility" no longer includes the continuation of business activity of any kind, irrespective of the manner in which income earned from such business activity is intended to be utilized. An exception has been made in the cases where receipts from such business activity do not exceed Rs. 10 lakh, which stands increased to 25 lakhs w.e.f. 01-04-2012.

Income in the form of voluntary contribution made with the specific directives from the donor that they shall be utilized to form the part of the corpus of the trust or institution are referred to as "corpus donations". Such donations are entirely tax exempted under section 11(1) of the act.

Under section 80G of the IT act, it has been stated that donors to charitable or religious trusts or institutions are eligible for deduction in the income tax as a percentage of the amount donated by them. Usually, the rate of exemption applicable is 50% of the amount donated. In order for a donor to claim such exemption, the trust or institution to which the donation has been made, must have been approved by the income tax dept. for this purpose.