4 thoughts on “Difference Between Trust Society and Sec-8 Co

    1. Dear Lokesh

      The opening of new schools in the private sector and subsequent affiliation with State Education Board / CBSE /CISCE, is permissible only if they are established by a registered Welfare / Charities / Educational Trust or Society. Therefore, any individual / organization / association / society willing to open a new school, requiring recognition of the State Government and affiliation with any State / Central Board will have to constitute a Non-Proprietary Trust / Society, duly registered under Indian Trust Act-1882 or Society Registration Act – 1860. Now CBSE also permits Companies registered under Sec 8 (Section 25 companies are called as Section 8 companies as per the Companies’ Act 2013) to establish schools. Details are available with EDUCARE INDIA ADVISORY LLP

    1. Dear Sweetha Senthil

      the opening of new schools in the private sector and subsequent affiliation with State Education Board / CBSE /CISCE, is permissible only if they are established by a registered Welfare / Charities / Educational Trust or Society. Therefore, any individual / organization / association / society willing to open a new school, requiring recognition of the State Government and affiliation with any State / Central Board will have to constitute a Non-Proprietary Trust / Society, duly registered under Indian Trust Act-1882 or Society Registration Act – 1860. Now CBSE also permits Companies registered under Sec 8 (Section 25 companies are called as Section 8 companies as per the Companies’ Act 2013) to establish schools. Details are available with EDUCARE INDIA ADVISORY LLP.

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