Summary
National Association for the Blind (India) (NAB)
Disability
Blind - Comprehensive
Estd: 1952
Used for Beneficiaries: 86%
Address : 11/12, Khan Abdul Gaffar Khan Road, Worli Seaface, Mumbai 400030. Maharashtra
Email : frc@nabindia.info
Web-site : www.nabindia.org
Telephone : +91 22 22045482; +91 22 67712000
Donor Contact : Mr. Umesh Deshpande / 9029104252 / mahesh.nair@nabindia.info
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201220132014
Income From
Government Sources12,086,47912,511,70812,192,579
Institutional Sources9,721,4004,863,6189,742,500
Foreign Sources8,098,5776,445,7815,315,393
Donations24,343,57927,995,40827,377,344
Sales/Fees22,494,10021,675,11326,042,256
Interest/Dividend5,624,3865,299,7665,707,367
Other Income000
Total Income (A)82,368,52178,791,39486,377,439
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities42,494,34942,662,91946,102,776
Programme Staff Cost37,076,62033,743,60435,456,826
Travel Expenses192,042289,581301,115
Direct Programme Expenses79,763,01176,696,10481,860,717
Fund Raising Expenses002,861,412
General Staff Cost3,077,6243,592,8253,725,231
Overhead Expenses2,092,3182,217,5462,347,400
Depreciation4,676,6104,896,1704,768,568
Other Expenses/Transfer29,00037,31713,607
Total Expenditure (B)89,638,56387,439,96295,576,935
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)-7,270,042-8,648,569-9,199,496
Balance Sheet201220132014
Assets
Fixed Assets27,147,59128,595,50533,593,527
Current Assets (excl. Cash)4,674,3537,035,4277,221,989
Cash/Bank 6,078,1568,427,1316,328,897
Investments77,387,37572,675,45678,722,313
Accumulated Deficits47,149,24655,863,21565,062,711
Total Assets162,436,721172,596,734190,929,438
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital10,279,10211,465,73111,518,734
General Funds000
Earmarked Funds148,768,572157,682,342175,840,428
Loans000
Current Liabilities3,389,0463,448,6623,570,276
Total Liabilities162,436,721172,596,734190,929,438
Other Details201220132014
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)71,18972,15261,725
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 1,1931,1441,471
Number of Staff187191188
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)384,000402,000462,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)27,60072,00024,000
Regd. under : The Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950
The Societies Registration Act, 1860
Auditor : Sorab S. Engineer & Co.
Bankers :
Punjab National Bank Central Bank of India
Bank of India State Bank of India

Donor tax benefits : 35AC 100%, 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Pending

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. Satya Kumar Singh - Honorary Secretary General
Dr. Vimal Dengla - Honorary Secretary
Mr. Uday S Soman - Honorary Treasurer
Mr. Deepak Razdan - Honorary Treasurer
Mr. Vijay Kajrolkar - EC Member

Source : Audit Report 2014

Financial Note : 1) We await details on income from Institutional and Foreign Sources for FY14. 2) Transfers from Earmarked Funds to various projects have been included in Donations. 3) Sales/fees includes Basement Income, Rent receipts, increase in stock of traded items. 4) In FY14, Programme Staff Cost is based on the average percentage of Staff Cost to Total Expenses for the past four years.

NGO Profile :
National Association for the Blind (India) (NAB), the myriad services offered by NAB (India) that are vital to the socioeconomic rehabilitation and allround development of visually challenged individuals include: prevention and cure of blindness, education, rehabilitation, vocational training, employment and self-employment opportunities, recreation and much more. NAB was successful in launching a wide range of services for the visually challenged not just in Mumbai and its adjoining areas but across the country, through a vast network of its departments and activities and its 24 State & 66 District Branches.

Some of the notable achievements and activities of NAB (India) are:-

  • In 1958 NAB started the first ever Braille production unit in India in the NGO sector. It is currently known as NAB Sir J Duggan Braille Press.
  • In the same year Integrated Education for the Blind was initiated by NAB (India) by admitting three visually challenged children in a regular school in Mumbai.
  • In 1963, Talking Book Library was launched. Now known as the NAB M. P. Shah All India Talking Book Centre, it has emerged as one of the largest sources of production and distribution of audio material – both  academic and recreational – for the visually challenged.

With the support of Reliance Foundation, under the project “Drishti”, over 10,000 Keratoplasties / corneal transplant surgeries have been conducted so far.

Leading international organizations in the field of blindness such as Helen Keller International, Sightsavers, Sense International, Vision 20-20, CBM and World Blind Union of which NAB (India) is a member, seek NAB (India)'s expertise in starting and developing programs for the visually challenged people in India. 

They are registered with GiveIndia and Credibility Alliance. 



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