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SURVEY AND ANALYSIS OF NGOS AND GOVERNMENT SCHEMES FOR ENVIRONMENT: A CASE STUDY OF JALGAON DISTRICT.

S.P.Baviskar,J.K.Thakur1 & , P.R.Patil

The definition we wish to use is that nongovernmental organization (NGO) should
aim to be non-profit, non-commercial and non-government. It should subscribe to universal
humanitarian values and practices. It should have capacity, and be ready to be held
accountable for its actions.1 A NGO is a legally constituted organization created by natural or
legal persons that operates independently from any government and a term usually used by
governments to refer to entities that have no government status. In the cases in which NGOs
are funded totally or partially by governments, the NGO maintains its non-governmental
status by excluding government representatives from membership in the organization. The
term is usually applied only to organizations that pursue some wider social aim that has
political aspects, but that are not overtly political organizations such as political parties.
Unlike the term "intergovernmental organization", the term "non-governmental organization"
has no generally agreed legal definition. In

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