UN Sustainable Development Goal:
% Spent on BeneficiariesHelpYourNGO USP: Our Research Team studies the NGO's financials to arrive at ratios, variances and the % spent on beneficiaries. This % is the proportion of direct program expenses to total expenditure for the latest financial year, indicating the total direct spend on beneficiaries.
|Year of Establishment||:||2003|
|Registered Address||:||E-314, Anandlok Apartments, Mayur Vihar Phase 1, Delhi 110091, Delhi|
|Donor Contact||:||Dr. Asmita Kabra / +91 9810094224 / email@example.com|
|Registered Under||:||The M P Societies Registration Act, 1973|
|Auditor||:||Pinto M. P. & Associates|
|Bankers||:||Punjab National Bank|
|Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:||:||Dr. Asmita Kabra - President, Dr. Arnab Mukherji - Vice-President, Mr. Syed Merajuddin - Secretary, Ms. Shweta Rao - Treasurer, Ms. Abha Singhal Joshi - Member, Mr. Pradeep Joshi - Member, Ms. Pratima Mishra - Member|
Over the years, Adharshilas direct education activities have increased to over 40 villages through their model school at Agraa and Resource Centres. More than 150 students attend the Adharshila Resource Centres while 330 students attend the model school at Agraa.
25% of students at the Adharshila School in Agraa are exempted from all fees. Adharshila also provides free education to adivasi students irrespective of any government rules or conditions
Their goal has been to improve the quality of school education in their area of operation over a two-year period from 2012-14.
Their activities in 2013-14 were as follows:
Adharshila is also looking to set up three new Resource Centres in two adivasi villages that were expected to be operational by April 2014. This will help Adharshila reach out to 110 new children. In the next five years, they expect to cover more than 50 villages, especially those where a majority of the population comes from the Sahariya Adivasi tribes.
|FY 2017 (₹)||FY 2018 (₹)||FY 2019 (₹)|
|Income and Expenditure Statement||12,769||-48,577||10,570|
|1. Grants and Donations taken under Institutional sources. 2. Service charges includes fees from various sources including for students. 3. Staff costs tend to be high for NGOs that operate schools due to teacher salaries.|
|FY 2017||FY 2018||FY 2019|
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|NGO Name||Sector||Sub Sector||Location||% Spent on Beneficiaries||Income (₹)||Expense (₹)|
|H M Charitable Trust||Education||Scholarships||Maharashtra||100||1,488,546||1,478,865|
|Foundation For Excellence India Trust (FFEIT)||Education||Scholarships||Karnataka||99||524,991,566||525,991,417|
|K.C. Mahindra Education Trust||Education||Girl Child||Maharashtra||98||614,759,638||549,054,075|
|Atma Education Trust||Education||Services||Maharashtra||76||19,739,697||17,160,220|
|Adharshila Shiksha Samiti||Education||School||Delhi||72||1,342,046||1,331,476|
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