A non trading organization is one that does not intends to make profits and this implies that it is not actually involved in trading or selling any thing. In such an organization, the company is not offering its services in return for money instead it offers its services free of cost to the customer. In this way no trade or exchange takes place between the provider and customer and hence they are called non trading organizations. Examples are of NGOs and other not for profit organizations.
It is an organisation which may be registered under companies act, 1956. It is not formed for profit making. They serve the society for their mutual benefits not to earn profits.