Students Relief Society
Comprehensive Empowerment
UN Sustainable Development Goal:
Goal 3: Good Health and Well Being
Goal 4: Quality Education
Goal 5: Gender Equality
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 41 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Rajasthan
Issues Addressed:
Natural resource management; poverty eradication; women empowerment; etc.
Supported by:
Japan International Association; World Bank; Government of Rajasthan; etc.
Key Trustees:
Ms. Bhagyshri Vashishtha, Chairman Ms. Shobha Sharma, Secretary
Ms. Pooja Kumari, Joint Secretary Mr. Narendra Kumar, Member
Mr. Omprakash Kulhari, Member Ms. Deepika Behal, Member
Mr. Vinod Kumar Gaur, Member Ms. Rani Modi, Member
Smt. Rouhangiz Dahiya, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 85.3% Highest: 99.0% Lowest: 64.3%
Average: Rs35 cr Highest: Rs122 cr Lowest: Rs2 cr
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Integrated Development of Rural Areas of Rajasthan
  • Students Relief Society (SRS) is a voluntary organization that was initially set up as a library in 1978. They then widened their resources into issues focusing on education, natural resource management, women empowerment, health services and poverty eradication for a unilateral upliftment of the rural communities of Rajasthan.
  • Programs: i) Natural Resource Management: Promotion of Rain Water Harvesting, sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture practices. ii) Health and Sanitation: Training to community members on traditional health practices and free medical services to students from their residential schools. Iii) Education & Vocational Training: Running a Residential School, an Industrial Technical School and primary school with nominal fees being charged. iv) Women Empowerment and Micro-financing for poverty eradication.
  • Outcome: More than 9,400 women have been enabled with employment opportunities through micro-financing, 100+ children were provided with monthly check-up in SRS' residential schools. The NGO manages 168 SHGs of 36 villages in Rajasthan till date.
3 cr
3 cr
Source : Audit Report 2020