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Jamia among the 6000 entities for which foreign funding has expired

New Delhi: IIT Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Indian Medical Association, Nehru Memorial Museum and Library are one of about 6,000 organizations that are considered to have completed FCRA registration on Saturday.

Officials said these entities did not apply for renewal of the FCRA license or the Home Office refused to apply.

According to the official website related to the Foreign Contribution (Regulatory) Law, organizations and organizations that have completed or expired registration under the FCRA include the Indira Gandhi National Center for the Arts, Indian Institute of Public Administration, Larva Hadur. Includes Shastri Memorial Foundation, Lady. Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi College of Engineering, Oxfam India.

An official of the Interior Ministry, which regulates the activities of NGOs and associates registered with the FCRA, said registration under the law would be deemed to have ended on Saturday (January 1).

FCRA registration is mandatory for associations and NGOs to receive foreign funding.

By Friday there were 22,762 FCRA registered NGOs. On Saturday, 5,933 NGOs were shut down, reducing the number to 16,829.

Among the organizations whose FCRA registration has been discontinued are the Indian Medical Council, the Emmanuel Hospital Association, which operates more than 12 hospitals throughout India, the Indian Tuberculosis Association, Vishwadara Mayatan, Maharicia Jurveda Pratishtan, National Fisheries. There are cooperative associations and so on.

Hamdard Education Society, Delhi School of Social Work Society, Bhartiya Sanskriti Parishad, DAV College Trust and Management Society, India Islamic Cultural Center, Godrej Memorial Trust, Delhi Public School Society, JNU Nuclear Science Center, India Habitat Center, Lady Shri Ram College for Women, Delhi College of Engineering and All India Marwari Yuva Manch are among these organizations.

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