Sheetal Sharma


Non-governmental organizations (NGO) are a legally constituted organization created by private organizations or people with no participation or representation of any government. In the cases in which NGOs are funded totally or partially by governments, the NGO maintains its non-governmental status excludes government representatives Allocation of funds is very important for the successful operation of any NGO which includes the Proportion of annual budget spent on training each year, Number of people trained, In which field the NGO needs to spend for training and the amount is utilized in the right direction. This paper is based on primary data analysis that there was adequate fund for all needs but it was not focused properly towards training. Even inadequate management trainees were present in an organization and their training duration was inadequate. NGO’s needs officials and training to ensure the social welfare of our society to be taken care off. Hence Careful steps needs to take to ensure that NGO’s get trained in field projects as well as financial matters.


NGO; Annual Budget; Training

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