In a majority of the states, the government has implemented The Societies Registration Act, 1860 as a tool to augment registration of societies and to ensure better maintenance of the society as per law. There are majorly two kinds of society in India which can be registered, one is National level, and another one is the state level of society. To form a society minimum seven people must come together with a common purpose of being formed into society. In the case of national level society, there must be representation from seven different states. The process of registering NGO as society varies from states to states. The application for registration needs to be submitted following the proper rules and regulations and relevant documents. The indicative list of documents is Memorandum of Association, Rules, identity and address proof of its members and affidavits were sworn by the president or secretary of the society on non-judicial stamp paper with a court fee stamp.