International Journal of Small Economies

an International peer-reviewed academic journal on public policy in small economies and nations, island nations and developing countries

Role of NGO’s – An Overview in Indian Perspective

IJSE Volume 6 / 2021

Techno India School of Management Studies

Vol. 07, No. 01, Year 2022, Pages 8-13


India is vast country and is also known as a subcontinent with huge diversity in all aspects and large area also.  To implement various welfare activities across the whole country is a magnanimous task, that too being a large democratic country.  The welfare activities include the developmental activities too in social front, women empowerment, quality of life, child development, educations and awareness etc. In such scenario, to supplement the government’s effort, few organisations called Non-Government Organisations (NGOs) are established at various levels. The NGOs play a vital role in implementing and managing various development initiatives at rural level (Sourav Kalra, 2019). They work in solving various problems in social front concerning with children, women, senior citizens, environment etc. (Sourav Kalra, 2019). Usually NGOs operate in autonomous mode in non-profit basis by a few groups of people. They work closely with Government agencies for execution of their projects, though they are Non-Government Organisations on Non-Profit basis.

Keywords: NGO, Organizations, India, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)

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