NGOs today have become inherent part in any of the social empowerment activities prevailing in the country. NGOs are strong in social networking and are linked up with several domains like SHGs, Financial Institutions, Individuals, Government, Corporates, etc. to perform an umbrella of activities which are in need for the rural/urban and urban India. NGOs include the most outspoken advocates of human rights, the environment, social programs, women's rights and more.
NGOs that are connected with skill institutes, education, minorities and tribal upliftment, women empowerment can be a part of PaniSMS. They can enhance jobseeker registration in PaniSMS to make the rural/urban poor employable in the country, thus making them empowered.