Summary
Indian Council for Mental Health, The (ICMH)
Disability
Comprehensive - Mental Disability
Estd: 1953
Used for Beneficiaries: 76%
Address : UPM School Building, 1st Khetwadi Lane, SVP Road, Girgaum, Mumbai 400004. Maharashtra
Email : icmh11@gmail.com
Web-site : www.icmh.org.in
Telephone : +91 22 23855205; +91 22 23861087
Donor Contact : Mr. Zarir Master/Ms. Amita Fernandes / icmh11@gmail.com
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources4,831,6572,445,1846,424,624
Foreign Sources000
Donations590,3251,054,8111,949,781
Sales/Fees4,744,4245,369,7025,066,928
Interest/Dividend418,548530,778458,501
Other Income14,6708,00613,216
Total Income (A)10,599,6249,408,48113,913,049
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities380,160583,677211,808
Programme Staff Cost7,780,3209,210,8729,831,041
Travel Expenses121,23463,22841,637
Direct Programme Expenses8,281,7149,857,77710,084,486
Fund Raising Expenses92,72997,628181,999
General Staff Cost541,145632,370761,784
Overhead Expenses1,482,8541,399,5311,295,018
Depreciation1,047,136986,758916,225
Other Expenses/Transfer11,70900
Total Expenditure (B)11,457,28812,974,06413,239,512
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)-857,663-3,565,583673,537
Balance Sheet201320142015
Assets
Fixed Assets9,869,9719,172,2828,482,410
Current Assets (excl. Cash)108,809117,074112,420
Cash/Bank 3,146,5431,464,8671,115,681
Investments4,500,0004,555,0008,765,000
Accumulated Deficits01,483,943810,406
Total Assets17,625,32316,793,16619,285,917
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital14,540,63214,663,13214,716,245
General Funds2,081,64100
Earmarked Funds902,8322,046,2024,569,672
Loans000
Current Liabilities100,21883,8320
Total Liabilities17,625,32316,793,16619,285,917
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)240220212
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 43,37654,48858,129
Number of Staff869696
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)360,000360,000330,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)42,00046,80054,000
Regd. under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
Auditor : Aalok Mehta & Co.
Bankers :
Central Bank of India HDFC Bank
ICICI Bank Bank of Maharashtra
Saraswat Co-operative Bank Punjab National Bank

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

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. T. N. V. Ayyar, Chairman Mr. Zarir Master, Hon. Managing Trustee & VC
Ms. Pushpa K. Singhvi, Honorary Secretary Ms. Madhubala Kajle, Honorary Treasurer
Dr. Abdul Karim M. Naik, Trustee Ms. Shailaja Mulay, Trustee
Ms. Manisha Khakhar, Trustee Mr. Virendra Kelkar, Trustee
Ms. Farida Bagasrawala, Trustee Ms. Preeti Basra, Trustee

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) There is a 49% decline in Income from Institutional Sources in FY14 (vs FY13), due to decrease in donations from various Trusts. 2) Sales/Fees mainly include Tuition and Term fees. 3) Scrap Sales shown under Other Income. 4) Programme Staff Cost (over 70% of Total Expenses in all years) mainly comprises salaries of Special Educators for the disabled and Consultant charges. 5) Advertisement and Public Relations Expenses shown under Fund Raising Expenses.

NGO Profile :
The Indian Council for Mental Health (ICMH) is a not-for-profit organization providing education to children with developmental disabilities such as Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Autism, Mental challenges and hearing impairment with the aim of integrating children with developmental disabilities into society by eradicating the stigma attached to them. They run 2 special schools which are located in Mumbai at Nerul and Mulund.

Some of their programs are:

  • Individualized Education Program (IEP): The IEP sets personalized goals for each student which is tailored to suit the student's individual needs and abilities. It IEP includes every aspect of the student's development and there is equal emphasis on self-help skills, motor skills, cognitive skills, social skills, life skills, communication skills and leisure skills. Parents meetings are conducted monthly and the student teacher ratio is maintained at 6:1. Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities like educational visits, excursions, educational camps, sport events, competitions and cultural programs.
  • Vocational Training: Students over the age of 17 are provided vocational training with the aim of imparting life skills that will enable them to be integrated within the society by means of employment and also make them economically independent. The main objectives of vocational class are to develop work habits and right work ethics, impart training for development of personal skills, social skills and functional academics, and develop skills to work in a group. Students are trained to make quality products like files, envelopes, paper bags, gift bags, greeting cards, dusters independently. The Skills and Ability school in Nerul provides fully functional Pre vocational and Vocational classes with 17 students and 3 teachers.
  • Functional Academics: Functional Academics, introduced in FY15 to the academics program focuses on the daily school routine for the special children. The Right to Education also includes children with special needs. Students with intellectual disabilities can use literacy and numeracy skills to some extent which are application oriented if they are given the right kind of training. Special children are also provided various free therapies like animal assisted, occupational, yoga and speech therapy to help in their overall improvement.


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