Social Health

Social Health


Social Reforms

It is indeed difficult, for the worst victims of institutionalised discrimination over the centuries, to break out of the vicious circle and join the mainstream of society. Hence, we have devised a well thought-out and multi-pronged strategy to rehabilitate the down troddens by providing them alternative employment and integrating them into the mainstream.


There is a great need for the rehabilitation of the less educated and oppressed class.This is the joint responsibility of individual, community and state.We need to join hands together to uplift them and give them a better future.

Vocational Training

Skill development is important for all but it is crucial for the less educated. To the members of depressed classes,it has a pointed relevance. Not only are they low in literacy and education, but also possess few skills that merit market demand.We have set up institutions to equip people with vocational training in many market-friendly trades like computer, english speaking etc.


Education holds the key to any major change and development. Literacy and education in India are woefully low, particularly among the girls and weaker sections. In recent years, the educational infrastructure has expanded considerably and schools have been set up on commercial lines.

These schools offer physical and instructional facilities comparable to those in developed countries. But very few children coming from low-income households,have access to these centres of quality education. Children from the weaker sections of society have right to lead a better life.


Spreading awareness about sanitation,hygiene and the importance of education etc. is the first step towards making our environment a better place for our present and future generations.We organise well structured programmes for the same time to time, in schools, offices,villages and public places.