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Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
Challenges  in managing NGOS in India
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  • 1. MANAGEMENT 360 TERM PRESENTATION ON Challenges in managing NGOS in India PREPARED BY: DEVANSHU SHARMA T HARI KUMAR PRIYANKA DIPTHI PUNEETH AGARWAL SAKASH AGARWAL
  • 2. CONTENTS… 1. WHAT IS AN NGO ? 2. TOP 10 NGOs IN INDIA. 3. SOME BENEFITS GIVEN TO INDIAN NGOs 4. PROBLEMS FACED BY INDIAN NGOs. 5. SOME REMEDIES. 6. NGOs OF CHINA. 7. NGOs OF AMERICA. 8. CONCLUSION. 9. REFRENCE.
  • 3. WHAT IS AN NGO ? • A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a legally constituted organization that operates independently from any form of government. • The term originated from the United Nations (UN), and is normally used to refer to organizations that are not a part of the government and are not conventional for-profit business. • In the cases in which NGOs are funded totally or partially by governments, the NGO maintains its non-governmental status by excluding government representatives from membership in the organization. • The term is usually applied only to organizations that pursue wider social aims that have political aspects, but are not openly political organizations such as political parties.
  • 4. TOP 10 NGOs IN INDIA NAME CORPORATE OFFICE ESTABLISHED YEAR PURPOSE 1| Help age India New Delhi 1978 Elderly age people 2| Smile foundation New Delhi 2002 Child education and health 3| Goonj limited New Delhi 1999 Clothing 4| CRY Mumbai 1979 Child rights 5| Give India Mumbai 1999 Non profit 6| Nanhi Kali Mumbai 1996 Girl education 7| Sargam sanstha Lucknow, UP 1986 People 8| Sammaan foundation Patna, Bihar 2007 People 9| Pratham Mumbai 1994 Child Education 10| Lepra society Secunderabad 1989 Health
  • 5. BENEFITS GIVEN TO INDIAN NGOS.
  • 6. PROBLEMS FACED BY INDIAN NGOS 1. Lack of Funds 2. Lack of Dedicated Leadership 3. Inadequate Trained Personnel 4. Misuse of Funds 5. Monopolization of leadership 6. Lack of Public Participation 7. Centralization in Urban Areas 8. Lack of Coordination
  • 7. SOME SUGGESTIONS(REMEDIES) 1. The government of India has to liberalize the rules and regulations to sanction more grants to NGOs. 2. Young graduates from universities, colleges has to conduct the public seminars, meetings, symposiums etc., 3. NGOs to conduct a campus interviews for the young graduates who are interested. 4. The government of India has to introduce the success stories of great leaders and their style of leadership qualities, voluntarism, and commitment towards social work. 5. Monopolization of leadership should be avoided. 6. NGOs being a welfare organization have to maintain high standard of quality in service.
  • 8. NGOs IN CHINA Defining NGOs in China The official Chinese term for NGOs is ‘popular organization’. This comprises two subcategories, ‘social organization’ and ‘private non enterprise unit’ (PNEU). Both types of organization are nonprofitmaking, but social organizations are membership based whereas PNEUs are not.
  • 9. PROBLEMS FACED BY CHINESE NGOS 1. Restrictive Government Policies 2. Monopoly of Resources by NGOs with Government Background 3. A Lack of Trust Throughout Society 4. The Lack of Capabilities Among Grassroots Organizations 5. Unrealistic Expectations from Funders 6. NGO dependence on the government 7. Political culture
  • 10. NGOs IN AMERICA In America the term NGO refers to a legal distinction, it is an institution outside of the government. The legal framework was not prepared for these new organizations, and the great majority despite their significant differences, are either "citizens associations- or "foundations," in both cases non profit. The growth of NGOs was explosive in America, especially since the 70s.
  • 11. PROBLEMS FACED BY AMERICAN NGOS 1. The strengthening of public policies 2. Deconstruction of globalization 3. Weakening of politics 4. dependence of NGO on the government
  • 12. CONCLUSION NGOs are the ones who really intend to care the uncared sections and the people at the bottom of the social stratum. Ours is an developing country which requires these type of committed, devoted and dedicated organizations for the development of the country. So, the government, the leaders, the donors, the politicians and the people should support these organizations and help them to solve their problems at the grass-root level. Than only their services are undoubtedly commendable in the uplift of the rural poor.
  • 13. REFRENCES http://www.google.com http://www.ngo.in http://top10companiesinindia.com http://www.top10ngos.com http://www.globalpolicy.org
  • 14. THANK YOU

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