| Notes - Manav Kalyan Sansthan
(Human Welfare society)
50, Laxmi Nagar, Jodhpur [INDIA]
PART - A : GENERAL INFORMATION (MKS)
Name of organization Manav Kalyan Sansthan (Human Welfare Society)
Registered Address 50, Laxmi Nagar, Paota ''B'' Road Jodhpur
Phone No. 0291-2550390, 91-2912553096
Web side firstname.lastname@example.org
Details of Registration
Societies Registration Act - 1860 Registered under Rajasthan Societies Registered Act 1958 as a non profit society
Place of Registration Jodhpur
Registration Number 181/Jodhpur 1994-95
Date 8th March 1995
Operational Area Rajasthan State
F.C.R.A. No. with Date 125610032 Feb. 20, 2002
Name of Contact Person : MR. Narayan Ran Bera (presedent)
Indu Kumar Avasthi
(Director - Mantri Sansthan)
Chief Functionaries: Mr. Indu kumar Avasthi
Founder of N.G.O. Mr. Ram Nivas Mirdha Ex. M.P. and Minister
International Memberships Member of Child Right Information Network (CRIN), U.K.
Women’s World Summit Foundation (WWSF), Geneva, Switzerland.
Links with national NGOs National AIDS Control Society, India
Lok Jumbish, Jaipur.
Bank Account State Bank Of Indore, Paota, Jodhpur
Account Number: 53049343948
IN COME TAX pan number AABTM 3278P
INCOME TAX non profit status 12 A number AAAA/JO/AAADH(TAKO)/2005-06/1266
Part - B : OBJECTIVES;
1. Welfare of all children as a whole and those who are neglected by the society and providing them medical help, education, rehabilitation , de addiction and providing support and help to runaway children and building a shelter house for them.
2. Working with those street children who are at high risk and providing them education, health facilities and training them about the hazards and precautions of HIV/AIDS and other dreadful diseases.
3. Women empowerment through human rights awareness, socio-economic and cultural development.
4. Promotion of education as a whole by not limiting to literacy but also providing agricultural, health, education in non farming traditional training to down trodden peoples living under poverty line in both rural and urban areas.
5. Establishment of training centers providing new scientific approach to traditional farming, agricultural and animal husbandry for peoples who living in rural areas.
6. Promotional and cataclysmic activities on national issue like gendering issue, drug- addiction etc.
7. Integration and Human rights awareness in the whole community.
8. Family Welfare Programs in AIDS awareness, National Immunizations, Cancer and other dreaded diseases.
9. Aids Awareness, target of Interventions in Higher Risk Groups.
10. Child Help line and overall welfare of children.
Working for the total welfare and empowerment of the poor and needy without any discrimination on the basis of age, caste, creed and colour.
The Society was formed in 1995 with object and mission to serve community in form of capacity building, dissemination of message in generating environment to bring change in attitude & behaviour of stake holders on sustain matrix So the existing Socio condition paves way to new era. Manifestation of education and advocacy are the objectives of performed activities with traditional / non traditional media. Chetna shivirs were organised for youth in filed of AIDS''s RCH, Polio, N.N.T. Education and VARMI KAMPOST Committed social advocacy and mobilization for women''s empowerment in terms of education health and economic activity and MKS is working for the overall development of street children its providing them medical help , education ,de addiction , awareness regarding various diseases like HIV/AIDS and is trying to provide a shelter house for them, MKS is also providing the facility of child helpline where any child can ask us for our advice and help . On fixed physical and financial parameters with excellence That''s why the Medical & Health, Small Saving Departments has honoured Director of the Society.
Organising counselling sessions for adolescents and youths/ girls is a regular feature for government departments and social institutions. This enables them to take decision as per their need. Social-economic upliftment is the set goal for which we share experience, methodology with other like minded institutions. We have also worked and are working in the field of child rights and human rights .
Our initiative are in a minature form will bring change, if not now but in coming years.
Thrust is going.
The general body elects the people for the following designations. Their term is for 3 years. The member are elected for the respective posts for the term 2002-2005
S. NO. Designation Name Sex Age Educational Qualification Occupation
1. President Mr.Narayen Ram Bera male 55 B.A.,L.L.B. Indus list
2. Vice President Mrs. Susila goyal Female 42 BA, B Ed. Principal
3. Secretary Mr. Indu Kumar Avasthi Male 47 BSc. Accountant
4. Treasurer Mr. Santosh Bohra Male 35 C.A. Charted Accountant
5. Member Ummed ram Male 48 B.A,BED Junior Lecturer
6. Member Mr Tulisi ram Male 52 BA Industrialist
7. Member MR. prem parekash male 52 MA Industrialist
Professional Man Power
1. Consultants :
[A] Medical and Health S.No. Name Education Qualification
1. Dr. Sanjeev Jain MBBS, MD Child Specialist
2. Dr. Alka Jain M.D. MBBS MD (Urology)
3. Dr. Rajendra Tated MBBS, MD
[B] Information Education and Communication 1. Dr. Hemant Sharma Professor Psychology
2. Dr. Anil Mathur M.Ed.
3. Dr. Kailash Nath Vyas Professor Sociology
4. Dr. Ravi Gunthe Professor Psychology
[C] Education 1. Mrs. Anila Avasthi M.A.
2. Dr. S. N. Sharma Sociologist
3. Mrs. Madhu Joshi Lecturer
[D] Poverty Elevation 1. Mr. Narendra Khachchawa Charted Accountant
2. Mrs. Indra Sharma Food and Nutrition
3. Dr. P.P Sharma Public Relation
4. Mr. Rakesh Sharma Credit
5. Dr. S. R. Meghwal Rural Development
1. En. Mukesh gupta Wormy compost specialist
2. Mr. Narayan Beda Public relation specialist
3. Dr. Savitri Lakotiya Gynecologist
4. Dr. Ramakant Sharma Sociologist
5. Mr. Anil Kaviraj Advocate
6. Dr. S.S. Mathur Human psychology
2. Office Full-Time Staff :
S.No. Name of Employee Designation Education
1. Mr. Indu Kumar Avasthi Secretary B.Sc.
2. Mr Gverden ram Accountant B.Com.
3. Mrs.Rekha Vyas Child Counselor B.A.
4. Miss.himadari Computer Operator B.C.A.
5. Mrs.Omparakas paliwal Project coordinator B.Com
6. Mr.Kish Paliwal Office Assistant M.A
7. Mr. Baburam Fourth class 8th pass
1. Miss Manju sharma Counselor M.A.
2. Shri Jatashankar Mishra Street Educator B.A., B.Ed.
3. Shri Jag Jivan Ram Micro Credit B.A.
4. Smt Meenashi Bhati Sancul staff B.A.
5. Shri omparkesh Sancul staff B.A.
6. Smt neetu Sancul staff Higher .sec.
7. Shri arivend bhatiya Sancul prabhri B.A.
8. Shri mohan lal Self Help Group B.A.
9. Smt. Daku davi Peer Educator 8
10. Kum. Santosh Peer Educator 10
11. Smt. kamala Peer Educator 10
12. Smt rekha Peer Educator Ba
13. Smt tego davi Peer Educator 8.
14. Rajni Puri Field Staff B.A.
Part Time Staff
S.No. Name Educational Qualification
1. Mrs.Madu Joshi B.A.
2. Mrs. Indra Sharma B.A.
3. Mrs. Parmela Secondary
4. Mr. Anand Sr. Secondary
Year Source of funds Amount of funds (Rs) Name of Project Objectives and key strategies Geographical area and beneficiary
1999 Community participation 163572 Girls hostel Welfare and girl education Girls between age of 8-18 years at Balesar block.
1999-2000 Community participation 25800 Training to women for sewing , stitching and embroidery To make poor , widows and divorced