Bhartiya Bahuuddeshiya Khadi and Gramodhyog Shikshan Sanstha
SECTOR: Development
SUB SECTOR: Community Development
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 26 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Mr. Yashwant Ramraoji Hole, President Ms. Pratibha R. Jawarkar, Vice President
Ms. Rajashri Rajendraji Sawarkar, Secretary Mr. Ramrao Pandurangji Hole, Joint Secretary
Mr. Waman Mahadeorao Bhojane, Treasurer Mr. Govendrao C. Dehankar, Member
Mr. Manoharrao Udebhanji Umap, Member Mr. Vaman Sahadeorao Kharkar, Member
Mr. Gajanan Shriramji Ganorkar, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 83.6% Highest: 100.0% Lowest: 9.5%
Average: Rs86 lac Highest: Rs9 cr Lowest: Rs45,032
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Bhartiya Bahuuddeshiya Khadi and Gramodyog Shikshan Sanstha (BBKGSS) works with the rural community and aims to build the capacities of stakeholders through various trainings and programs for enabling them to live a life of dignity. The goal is creation of self-reliant villages in terms of education, health, livelihood, and governance, with emphasis on securing active participation of all stakeholders and gender equality in the process of development.

Their activities include:

  • Integrated Watershed Management (IWMP) Program: Under this program, BBKGSS has implements several activities like graded-bunding, farm-bunding, plantation over farm-bunding, etc. The objective is to make the targeted cluster/area more resourceful in terms of water. Due to the program interventions, water levels in the region have increased substantially and the soil fertility has also improved. The stakeholders including the Village Watershed Committee (VWC) and User Groups (UGs) are oriented about the judicious use of water and maintenance of watershed structures. These structures are monitored and maintained by the VWC.  BBKGSS imparts trainings about various watershed structures (like Gully plugs, Earthen bunds, farm ponds). The organization conducts awareness campaigns on watershed management through meetings, street plays, banners/posters, etc.
  • Organic Farming: BBKGSS organizes awareness programs and imparts training on organic farming to reduce the high input-cost and to further increase the soil productivity. The farming communities are oriented about vermin compost, jeevamrut, dashaparna arka, non-pesticide management, soil testing, etc. The farmers are also shown demonstrations through demonstration plots and farm field schools so that they can easily understand the concept. Around 1,600 farmers were benefitted in FY15.
  • Training Programs: These include – (i) Tribal Students’ Training: For imparting vocational and marketable skills to the tribal youth in carpentry, computer, electrical, plumbing, etc. to make them self-reliant. (ii) Entrepreneurship skills: Explaining sources for pooling of funds, types of business/enterprises, government schemes, and role of banks and other private financial institutions. (iii) Nursery: For orienting tribal farmers about floriculture/horticulture, their varieties, methods of plantation/cultivation, fertilizers/insecticides, government schemes, and marketing.  
  • Awareness Programs: BBKGSS conducts awareness programs on veterinary healthcare wherein free medicines are distributed for common ailments to selected farmers, on gender equality, Kisan Mitra Scheme, and organises medical camps. 
22 lac
43 lac
Source : Audit Report 2016