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Adarsh Shiksha Samiti

Sector: Development
Sub Sector: Comprehensive
Tax Deduction: 50% u/s 80G of The Income Tax Act, 1961
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UN Sustainable Development Goals:
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% Spent on Beneficiaries

90%
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Year of Establishment : 1989
Registered Address : Patelwada, Ward No-7, Salumber, Udaipur 313027, Rajasthan
Presence : Rajasthan
Website : https://www.adarshshikshango.org
Email : na.adarsh@gmail.com
Telephone : +91 2906 201048
Donor Contact : Mr. Shashi Bhusan / +91 9784542243 / info@adarshshikshango.org
Registered Under : Rajasthan Societies Registration Act, 1958
Auditor : PSJ & Co.
Bankers : Mahila Samridhi Urban Co. Bank, State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur
Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee: : Mr. Padam Lal Meena - President, Ms. Vimla Jain - Vice President, Mr. Narayan Sen - Founder, Mr. Mukesh Gancha - Treasurer, Mr. Shashi Bhusan - CEO, Mr. Hemendra Patel - Joint Secretary, Ms. Vidhya Trivedi - Manager, Ms. Dai Bai Dangi - Member, Mr. Lalu Ram - Member, Mr. Prem Acharya - Member, Ms. Aruna Patel - Member, Ms. Sumitra Lohar - Member

Adarsh Shiksha Samiti is dedicated to the empowerment, education, and livelihood improvement of women and the enhancement of living conditions in impoverished tribal villages. With a broad vision of fostering an equal and just society, the NGO strives to enable vulnerable and marginalized communities to actively participate in their own social development, thereby gaining control over local resources. The mission is to promote gender equity and social justice, strengthen community articulation of needs, and assist in resource access and control.

Major Interventions:

Door To Door Waste Collection: The NGO has initiated a door-to-door waste collection program to address the pressing issue of garbage disposal in Udaipur district, Rajasthan. Recognizing the lack of a solid waste management project in the town, Adarsh’s efforts are aimed at transforming waste into a resource by managing it at the source. Under the Swachh Bharat Mission, Adarsh Shiksha Samiti is working to alter harmful habits related to waste production, disposal, and perception, fostering communities in both rural and urban areas to manage their waste effectively. This initiative not only addresses environmental concerns but also promotes sustainable practices among the local population.

Education - Nurturing Minds for a Brighter Future: It champions education as vital for societal progress and national development. Committed to ensuring universal access to quality education, the organization focuses on enhancing educational standards and promoting financial literacy to empower communities economically. This initiative reflects Adarsh's mission to nurture young minds and foster a self-reliant society poised for growth.

Shaktidayini - A Centre for Women in Crisis aims to end violence against women through comprehensive support services. It provides emergency protection, medical assistance, counselling, and vocational training to empower survivors towards healing and economic independence. Legal aid supports their pursuit of justice, while public awareness campaigns promote societal change. This holistic approach empowers women, children, and girls, striving for a violence-free society.

Capacity Building: Empowering rural communities to shape their own futures. Dedicated to fostering self-reliance and community ownership, the NGO engages deeply with local populations, encouraging active participation and leveraging community strengths. Adarsh strives to catalyse positive and enduring change, envisioning a future where empowered communities drive their own development and contribute to a sustainable society.

Environment: Recognizing the profound impact of its activities on society and the environment, the NGO prioritizes addressing climate change and enhancing environmental conditions as essential elements of sustainable development. By actively promoting ecological responsibility and striving to minimize its environmental footprint, Adarsh integrates environmental stewardship into its broader mission of advancing community well-being.

FY 2021 (₹) FY 2022 (₹) FY 2023 (₹)
Income
Government Sources 17,344 3,843,784 889,961
Foreign Sources 300,000 197,400 -
Institutional Sources 234,838 25,010 1,927,362
General Donations 370,015 491,601 282,000
Sales/Fees 326,948 59,675 200,859
Interest/Dividend 9,095 14,461 14,767
Other Income 20,000 1,612 10,624
Total Income (A) 1,278,240 4,633,543 3,325,573
 
Expenditure
Direct Program Activities 613,180 3,916,806 2,991,739
Program Staff Cost 348,150 88,500 119,000
Travel Expenses - 45,208 9,435
Direct Program Expenses 961,330 4,005,306 3,110,739
Fund Raising Expenses - 4,900 4,521
General Staff Cost - - 7,000
Overhead Expenses 195,630 202,936 262,541
Depreciation 47,992 61,078 61,650
Other Expenses/Transfers - 12,229 -
Total Expenditure (B) 1,204,952 4,331,657 3,455,886
 
Surplus / Deficit (A-B) 73,288 301,886 -130,313
Assets
Fixed Assets 927,841 890,063 897,413
Current Assets 787,195 1,225,533 816,991
Cash And Bank 52,543 218,330 932,816
Total Current Assets 1,767,579 2,333,926 2,647,220
Investments 52,000 54,657 57,388
Accumulated Deficits - - -
Total Assets 1,819,579 2,388,583 2,704,608
 
Liabilities
Trust Corpus - - -
General Funds 824,372 1,126,259 995,946
Earmarked Funds 977,207 977,207 977,207
Unutilized Grants - - 701,809
Total 1,801,579 2,103,466 2,674,962
Loans - - -
Loans (From Members) - - -
Current Liabilities 18,000 285,117 29,646
Other Liabilities - - -
Total Liabilities 1,819,579 2,388,583 2,704,608
1) Government Sources includes proceeds from Education Department, Aravali-Jaipur, Nagar palika
2) Other Income includes incentives from RKCL, NULM, ITR.
3) Fund raising expenses inlcludes publicity expenses.
4) Other Expense includes TDS w/off.
FY 2021 FY 2022 FY 2023
Beneficiary Details
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Staff Details
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