Shri Ganesh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal
SECTOR: Development
SUB SECTOR: Comprehensive
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 37 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Mr. Tulshiram Padurang Nadarage, President Mr. Bhagvat R. Badame, Vice President
Ms. Nirmala Bhagvat Badame, Secretary Mr. Balaji Tulshiram Nadarage, Treasurer
Ms. Bebisaroja Shivaji Benbade, Member Mr. Vyankat Naraba Gunale, Member
Ms. Nikita Ramdas Balwad, 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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Shri Ganesh Shikshan Prasarak Mandal (SGSPM) works for the cause of social transformation and change through voluntary intervention. Their areas of intervention include care for the elderly, women, children, and providing employability skills.

SGSPM operates in Latur, Maharashtra. SGSPM won the Punya Shlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Puraskar in 1996-97 and the Dalit Mitra Puraskar in 2005-06.

Their activities include:

  • Handicap Development:  SGSPM runs two residential schools for the handicapped in Latur and Sastur. Besides education, the students are provided free lodging, boarding, physiotherapy, pre-occupational training, medical care, aids & appliances, etc. The aim is to enable the differently-abled children to live and grow up with dignity and become worthy citizens. Currently, they benefit around 120 students. At the Residential Handicap Vocational Training Centre, training in skills like welding, mobile repairing, electrical assembling, computer application, and programming are provided to orthopedically handicapped students.
  • Child Development: SGSPM runs a primary school, ‘Ramchandra Balakaashram’ in Budhoda for distressed orphans and provides free hostel facilities, education, food, therapies, and yoga. SGSPM also runs a home, ‘Shishu Grah’ for orphaned children aged below six. The children’s nutritional and developmental needs are cared for until they are given up for adoption to suitable parents once legal formalities are completed. SGSPM has established a Girls’ Observation Home to accommodate 50 women who have committed crimes and remanded by the police. They are provided free shelter, food, education, and rehabilitation facilities. So far, 510 girls have benefited from this Home.
  • Women Development: The organisation’s Short Stay Home offers handicrafts and other skills to underprivileged women and their children. The Home is run under the supervision of the District Women and Children’s Welfare Department. In FY15, it housed 20 women, and 24 women and their 13 children were rehabilitated. SGSPM also runs a Women’s Hostel in Latur (50 women and 10 children beneficiaries in FY15) and a Family Counselling Centre; it provides shelter to destitute women for 5 years under the Swadhar Mahila Project.
  • Others: SGSPM also runs a De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Old Age Home, Typing & Short-hand Training Institute in Latur.
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Source : Audit Report 2015