CSR Exchange Registration - Process, Documents, Fees

Updated on June 02, 2023 09:34:45 AM

CSR exchange is a centralized portal for NGO’s & corporate to strategies, implement & manage the CSR projects. It is an initiative of the Ministry of corporate affairs to bring major activities related to allocation of projects under one single umbrella. As the CSR sector scales more efficiently, it is essential to observe its role in national development and to recognise areas that require more attention in order to direct corporations with relevant resources & expertise towards the same. CSR Registration with MCA portal is mandatory for CSR exchange.

CSR Exchange Portal

CSR Exchange Portal

Documents required for CSR Exchange registration

  • CSR Registration Certificate
  • Organization Summary (maximum length of 500 characters)
  • Copy of PAN Card
  • Board Members of NGO
  • Development Sector & Sub-Development Sector
  • Area of Operation
  • Contact Person Details Phone number & email address
  • Certificate & Awards (optional)
  • Website Link & Social Media Links (optional)
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Fees for for CSR Exchange registration

Application fee for CSR Exchange registration is only Rs. 1,000/-. There is no government fee for registration.

How to register on CSR Exchange ?

Registration on CSR Exchange portal can be done by the NGO (also termed as implementing agency) or the company. There are few prerequisites which have to be assured before registering on the CSR exchange portal like the NGO should be registered on MCA portal under CSR. A brief write up about the organization with the development sector’s & the area of operations. CSR Exchange Registration usually takes one day of time & then the organization can apply for projects.

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Development Sectors in CSR

Education, differently abled, Livelihood

The aim of including the education sector under CSR is to promote skills, knowledge and opportunities among differently abled and marginalised children so that it will set them up to thrive. When young people have quality education and are able to achieve a decent living, then they can drive wider, sustainable economies.

Livelihood enhancement projects, such as promoting education, including special education, rehabilitation and employment enhancement via vocation skills development programs, for children, women, and the elderly to improve their quality of life.

Encouraging Sports

Sports play an important role not just in the life of individual players but also for the whole nation and also for society. Bringing CSR into this sector is to encourage communities to take part in such activities.

It can be promoted through various training programs to encourage rural native sports such as Kho-Kho and nationally recognised sports, Paralympic and Olympic sports. Encouraging and motivating communities and individuals toward sports.

Environment, Animal Welfare, Conservation of resources

Animal and ecological welfare is a human responsibility that includes taking into account all aspects of animals and the well-being of nature. such as ensuring environmental sustainability, ecological balance, protection of flora and fauna, agroforestry and quality of soil, air and water.

Proper housing, management, nutrition, disease prevention and treatment, responsible care, humane handling, and, if necessary, humane euthanasia. The moto is also to preserve the rich biodiversity of the country and protect endangered animals from extinction by educating societies.

Gender Equality, Women Empowerment, Old Age Homes Reducing Inequalities

By placing women and girls at the centre of economies, the world will be better able to meet the Sustainable Development Goals and will experience better and more sustainable development results for all. To achieve this, goal government of India cooperated with various NGOs and CSR to empower women. By Promoting gender equality, empowering women, and setting up homes and hostels for women and orphans.

Along with that it also includes livelihood programs for the elderly and senior citizens like setting up old age homes, daycare centres and other facilities for senior citizens and measures for reducing inequalities faced by socially and economically backward communities and enhancing societies against social evil.

Health, Eradicating Hunger, Poverty and Malnutrition, Safe Drinking Water, Sanitation

The central government has taken many steps including inviting non-governmental organisations to help in eradicating hunger, poverty and malnutrition, promoting health care preventive health care and sanitation including contributing to the Swach Bharat Kosh set up by the Central Government to promote sanitation and make safe drinking water available.

Poverty eradication is an ethical, social, political and economic imperative of mankind and called on the government to address the root causes of poverty, provide for basic needs for all and ensure that the poor have access to productive resources, including credit, and education and health care.

Heritage Art and Culture

Cultural preservation and protection of national heritage sites, local art and culture including restoration of buildings and monuments and sites of historical importance and works of art. setting up public libraries and archives and promoting of preservation and development of traditional art, culture and handicrafts of communities.

Other Sectors (Technology Incubator and Benefits to Armed Forces and Admin Overheads)

Contribution to incubators or research and development projects in the field of science, technology, engineering and medicine, funded by the Central Government or State Government or Public Sector Undertaking or any agency of the Central Government or State Government; and Measures for the benefit of armed forces veterans, war widows and their dependents, CAPF and CPMF veterans, and their dependents including widows and orphans.

Rural Development

The task of development is so huge and complicated that just implementing government plans is not sufficient. To achieve this, a holistic vision involving various agencies and NGOs is required. NGOs with rural development projects such as adopting a village, skill development programs, and health care programs.

Slum Area Development

Housing and rehabilitation of deprived communities and slums, promoting health care and education to elevate the standard of living among marginalised communities, especially women and children, elderly and differently-abled, livelihood enhancement projects for a better standard of living.

Disaster Management

Including relief activities such as organising food camps and first aid, blood donation camps, free medical check-ups and therapeutic rehabilitation and reconstruction activities.

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FAQs( Frequently Asked Questions)

1. What do you mean by CSR Policy?

“CSR Policy” means a statement containing the approach and direction given by the board of a company, taking into account the recommendations of its CSR Committee, and includes guiding principles for selection, implementation and monitoring of activities as well as formulation of the annual action plan.

2. What is a CSR exchange portal?

The National CSR Exchange Portal is a government of India initiative to create an interactive platform for CSR stakeholders. The National CSR Exchange Portal will function as an e-marketplace for PAN India social welfare projects. where stakeholders such as NGOs can list their ongoing projects and companies can choose projects for CSR Spending based on their preferences.

3. Who can register on the CSR exchange portal?

Registered corporate entities and Registered NGOs can register on the portal for easy interaction to work together toward well being of societies.

4. What are the CSR exchange registration Fees?

There are no government charges to register on the CSR portal, but professional fees can vary accordingly.

5. Is it mandatory to have a CRN number to register on the CSR exchange portal?

Yes, as per the guidelines of the government it is obligatory to have a company registration Number to be registered CSR exchange portal.

6. What is the request for Fund (RFF) on CSR exchange?

Request For Funds (RFF) is a process where Implementing Agency creates a request for asking of funds for the project on this portal.