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IIT, MCI, Jamia can't receive foreign funds from 2022

By Shrestha Kabra      06 January, 2022 01:55 PM      0 Comments
FCRA Foreign Contribution funds

On Saturday, i.e January 1st 2022 the FCRA registration of about 6000 entities were deemed to be ceased. The entities whose registration was cancelled also include IIT Delhi, Jamia Milia Islamia, Indian Medical Association and Nehru Memorial Museum and Library are among nearly 6,000 entities whose FCRA registration is deemed to have ceased on Saturday. These entities either did not apply for renewal of their FCRA licence or the Union Home Ministry rejected their applications, officials said.

According to the official website related to the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, organisations and entities whose registration under the FCRA ceased or validity expired include the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, Indian Institute of Public Administration, Lal Bahadur Shastri Memorial Foundation, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi College of Engineering, and Oxfam India. 

The officials of the Union Home Ministry, which regulates the activities of the NGOs and associates registered under the FCRA, said that registration under the Act is deemed to have ceased on Saturday (January 1, 2022).

FCRA registration is mandatory for any association and NGO to receive foreign funding. There were 22,762 FCRA-registered NGOs till Friday. On Saturday, it came down to 16,829 as 5,933 NGOs ceased to operate.

Among those organisations whose FCRA registration ceased were as follows:-

  • Medical Council of India, 
  • Emmanuel Hospital Association, 
  • Tuberculosis Association of India, 
  • Vishwa Dharamayatan, 
  • Maharishi Ayurveda Pratishthan,
  • National Federation of Fishermen's Cooperatives Ltd. 
  • The Hamdard Education Society, 
  • Delhi School of Social Work Society, 
  • Bhartiya Sanskriti Parishad, 
  • DAV College Trust and Management Society and many more.


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