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Adarsh Shiksha Samiti
Skill Development
Estd: 1989
Used for Beneficiaries: 97%
Address : Patelwada, Ward No-7, Salumber, Udaipur 313027. Rajasthan
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 2906 201048
Donor Contact : Mr. Shashi Bhusan / +91 9784542243 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources3,166,9312,342,2583,529,050
Institutional Sources1,212,895740,9561,142,238
Foreign Sources000
Other Income16,80820,9200
Total Income (A)5,322,4963,711,5775,319,711
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities4,331,1622,680,7124,888,703
Programme Staff Cost752,520592,302154,000
Travel Expenses63,20451,13132,605
Direct Programme Expenses5,146,8863,324,1455,075,308
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost000
Overhead Expenses85,982254,966113,747
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)5,297,5233,621,5935,239,799
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)24,97389,98479,912
Balance Sheet201320142015
Fixed Assets602,092568,810779,726
Current Assets (excl. Cash)1,096,666432,8781,684,241
Cash/Bank 1,612,2771,184,94532,757
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets3,313,0352,238,6332,548,724
Corpus / Share Capital122,648122,648177,738
General Funds648,170738,154818,066
Earmarked Funds2,141,6171,279,831600,000
Current Liabilities24,00078,000811,420
Total Liabilities3,313,0352,238,6332,548,724
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Number of StaffN.A.N.A.N.A.
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Regd. under : Rajasthan Societies Registration Act, 1958
Auditor : Alok Singhvi & Co.
Bankers : Mahila Samridhi Urban Co. Bank
State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. Padam Lal Meena, President Ms. Vimla Jain, Vice President
Mr. Mukesh Gancha, Treasurer Mr. Shashi Bhusan, Secretary
Mr. Hemendra Patel, Deputy Secretary Ms. Vidhya Trivedi, Manager
Ms. Dai Bai Dangi, Member Mr. Lalu Ram Nai, Member
Ms. Hemlata Acharya, Member Ms. Aruna Patel, Member
Ms. Sumitra Lohar, Member

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) Pertains to unexpended foreign fund, loss on sale of jeep.

NGO Profile :
Adarsh Shiksha Samiti, based in Rajasthan, works towards the empowerment, education, equality, and for womens livelihood and improvement in the living conditions in poor tribal villages. The broad vision of the organization is to create an equal and just society where the vulnerable and marginalized sections of society can effectively participate in their own social development process, thereby leading to a control over their local resources.

Their programmes include:

• Total Sanitation: The objective is to promote health and nutritional behavioural changes in the community, with a special focus on the vulnerable sections of society. Health service units are not easily accessible to these communities. Adarsh thus conducts health awareness camps on HIV/AIDS, polio, cancer, reproductive and child healthcare, precaution and cure of various diseases, etc and organizes medical check-up camps wherein free consultation and medicines are provided by qualified doctors. Awareness is created about the Government’s Swachh Bharat initiative and health/sanitation measures that should be undertaken to support it. This programme is funded by the Gram Panchayat bodies. In FY15, 1,400 people were informed about this initiative and 4,000 people were covered in the medical camps.

• Youth Empowerment through Vocational Training: The aim is to empower rural youth in skills and entrepreneurship development. Adarsh organises trainings in technology, communication, and marketing skills for the targeted estranged rural and unemployed youth. Vocational trainings in beautician course, plumbing, motor repairing, etc. are conducted. Modern instruments and technologies are used in the process. Specialized lectures on community development and formation of Self-Help Groups (SHGs) are organized.

• Women Empowerment: Women are encouraged to form SHGs and capacity building trainings in various fields are conducted for these SHG members, thereby providing them with better income generating opportunities. They are provided with credit linkages and market knowledge. Awareness camps are organised to highlight women rights and issues of violence against women, gender inequality, etc. In FY15, 7,060 women were organised into 680 SHGs.

• Livelihood: Goat rearing with an integrated approach to fodder production was introduced as an effective alternate farming system, thereby enabling the population living below the poverty line to receive more nutrition and security.