India is one of the top social entrepreneurship markets in the world. Both for profit and non-profit social entrepreneurship ventures need to comply with a set of laws and regulations. Top sectors which are seeing a lot of action from social entrepreneurs are alternative energy, education, community services, microfinance and essential services targeted at underprivileged or rural population.
a. Structuring an NGO or social venture- trusts, societies, Section 25 company, private limited company
b. Law governing public charitable trusts
c. Legal compliance requirements for each of the above ventures
d. Funding related laws
e. Taking investment
f. Foreign contributions law
g. Distributing profits in a social venture
h. Taxation of social entrepreneurship ventures
i. Shutting down a social entrepreneurship venture
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