Atulya Vikash
Estd: 2009
Used for Beneficiaries: 97%
Address : Bhikhana, Near Pandey Dukan, Jwala Chowk, Kunda, Deogarh 814143. Jharkhand
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 9835692926
Donor Contact : Ms. Sudha Devi / +91 8986843478; /
Financial Score
Goal 2: Zero Hunger
Goal 4: Quality Education
Goal 5: Gender Equality
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources000
Institutional Sources000
Foreign Sources000
Other Income640610950
Total Income (A)205,843233,885333,630
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities144,560174,610262,450
Programme Staff Cost48,00049,10060,000
Travel Expenses000
Direct Programme Expenses192,560223,710322,450
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost000
Overhead Expenses12,0008,70010,100
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)205,273233,051333,127
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)570834503
Balance Sheet201320142015
Fixed Assets6,4155,7745,197
Current Assets (excl. Cash)000
Cash/Bank 5,5757,1509,230
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets11,99012,92414,427
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds10,99011,92412,427
Earmarked Funds000
Current Liabilities1,0001,0002,000
Total Liabilities11,99012,92414,427
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)9681,5232,823
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)1,5452,0685,896
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Actual161162158
Number of Staff666
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)36,00042,00048,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)24,00030,00030,000
Regd. under : The Societies Registration Act, 1860
Auditor : M. Karmhe & Co.
Bankers : State Bank of India

Donor tax benefits : No Tax Benefit
Eligible for foreign donations : No

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Ms. Bharati Devi, President Ms. Sudha Dubey, Secretary
Mr. Manohar Pandey, Treasurer Ms. Rina Devi, Member
Ms. Putush Devi, Member Ms. Chintamani Devi, Member
Ms. Nilam Sinha, Member

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) The NGO has provided overall amounts spent on various projects, but not a detailed breakdown. 2) The NGO has made a small adjustment of Rs250 in the Balance Sheet of FY12 which was reversed in FY13. 3) An adjustment of Rs100 has been made in FY14 to tally the Balance Sheet.

NGO Profile :
Atulya Vikash was founded in 2009 in Deoghar district in Jharkhand. It works in the areas of Education, Women Empowerment, and Environmental Awareness. They conduct programs to alleviate poverty and increase food availability.

Some of their programmes are:

  • Education: Around 150 poor children are enrolled in the ‘Sun Rises School’ in Deoghar. Free education is provided to girl students and children belonging to families falling below the poverty line. The educational progress and health of the students is tracked regularly. Qualitative assessments and regular parent-teacher interaction helps in providing better quality education to the students. The largest proportion of expenses in FY15 (50%) and FY14 (38%) was spent on education.
  • Livelihood: Livelihood promotion among various Self-Help Group (SHG) members and traditional farmers in the remote villages of Santhal Pargana is the objective of the programme. Nearly 1,200 farmers have been trained in root intensification, cultivation of pulses and vegetables, mixed cropping, and kharif paddy stabilisation. Almost 102 hectares of land has been covered through irrigation. This programme has resulted in an increase in the land use by 90%, in production by 80%, and also food availability.
  • Environment Awareness: The NGO regularly holds meetings to create awareness among the villagers on the importance of planting trees and increasing forest coverage. They also plant some trees every year on Environment Day.
  • Women Empowerment: Atulya Vikash believes that helping women form SHGs is a key tool through which they can be brought on one platform and provided with knowledge on their rights, and provided with skills that could help them earn a livelihood, and in turn support their families. Some SHGs with the help of Atulya Vikash have also got support from banks and development institutions to set up their own businesses. The women also gain confidence and take the help of Group Leaders to solve their problems. So far, 50 women SHGs comprising 600 women have been formed.