Amara Sabai Kailaspur Nandakumarpur Joutha Sanstha
Estd: 1970
Used for Beneficiaries: 88%
Address : Village: Kailaspur, Block: Mathura Pur II P.O. Kailaspur, South 24 Parganas 743349. West Bengal
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 9434245953
Donor Contact : Mr. Bibhuti R. Mishra / +91 8013724036 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources600,000145,2640
Institutional Sources122,75023,25047,250
Foreign Sources000
Other Income116,39534,6810
Total Income (A)1,645,0171,035,2571,573,199
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities1,222,868604,979908,975
Programme Staff Cost151,636183,800287,600
Travel Expenses10,04916,0713,320
Direct Programme Expenses1,384,553804,8501,199,895
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost000
Overhead Expenses118,68863,57868,647
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)1,591,459969,1241,365,025
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)53,55866,132208,174
Balance Sheet201320142015
Fixed Assets4,227,5448,202,2308,275,487
Current Assets (excl. Cash)106,62524,12324,123
Cash/Bank 589,81755,256197,973
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets4,923,9858,281,6098,497,583
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds3,719,7695,717,5425,925,716
Earmarked Funds722,3312,555,1822,562,982
Current Liabilities8,8858,8858,885
Total Liabilities4,923,9858,281,6098,497,583
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)210300N.A.
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)1,0003,000N.A.
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 7,1582,895N.A.
Number of Staff1014N.A.
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)30,00032,400N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)12,00012,000N.A.
Regd. under : The West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1965
Auditor : Basu Pramanick & Associates
Bankers : State Bank of India
United Bank of India

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. B. R. Mishra, Founder & President Dr. Nishikanta Shit, Vice President
Mr. Pranab Kumar Giri, General Secretary Ms. Swarna Sankha Mishra, Asst Secretary
Mr. Purnendu Jana, Treasurer Mr. Satya Barman, Member
Mr. Manoranjan Deashi, Member Ms. Mayarani Giri, Member
Ms. Ranibala Maity, Member Mr. Chanchal Maity, Member
Mr. Kartick Mondal, Member

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) FY13 income includes a government grant (Rs600,000) for construction of a school building. 2) Sales/Fees charges includes contribution from students and participant fees for awareness camp. 3) In FY13, other income is TDS refund and investment refund. 4) In FY13, Rs705,331 spent on construction of building is shown under program expenses. 5) In FY14, about half of the Program Expenses were spent on awareness and health camps. Excluding building construction costs in FY13, the spending on camps was 37% of Program Expenses. 6) In FY14, fixed assets have increased due to purchase of two ambulances (Rs1.5mn) and extension to building. The NGO has also taken into account an increase in the value of land (by Rs2mn) based on valuation provided by the state government. This upward revaluation has been adjusted in general reserves which also includes revaluations done in past years and for which no breakdown is available.

NGO Profile :
Amara Sabai Kailaspur Nandakumarpur Joutha Sanstha focuses on development in the areas of education, health, women empowerment and other such social issues. They have been working towards community based sustainable development in rural areas of southern Sundarbans, West Bengal.

Main activities include:

  • Educational Program: The organization runs an educational center – Shiv Shankar Sishu Niketan which provides pre-primary education and primary education up to standard V. The initiative is supported by the West Bengal Board of Primary Education. They also conduct a campaign for promoting functional literacy among women.
  • Vocational Training: To strengthen the rural economy, the NGO provides vocational training in agriculture. Farmers are being taught Integrated farming, Organic farming, Integrated Pest Management, Application of Bio-fertilizers & Bio-diversity. Also, training is provided in compost carp culture, prawn culture, floriculture, orchard management and indigenous food processing. Amara Sabai also helps in capacity building for professionals, organizing entrepreneurship development and life skill programs for local youth, members of farmers clubs & members of women’s Self Help Groups (SHG).
  • Awareness Programs: They conduct awareness programs such as mass rally for social harmony, advocacy campaign for child rights, women’s rights & empowerment, women’s literacy and girl child rights, camp on environment pollutants and its effects. They also have Consumer rights group discussions, seminars, workshops, meetings to sensitize and educate consumers on unscrupulous traders and retailers.
  • Health Check-up camps: The NGO conducts heath check-up camps which cover nutrition, immunization and other endemic health problems. They also conduct health awareness camps.
  • Disaster Management: The NGO also conducts workshops on disaster management in areas prone to natural calamities. They also conduct disaster preparation camps.
  • Training on Solid waste management: The NGO conducts training program on solid waste management where training is provided to deploy the techniques of converting cow excreta into manure and bio energy.
  • The organization has been conferred with awards such as National Youth Award by Government of India, Best Youth Club Award of District and Best Youth Club Award of West Bengal State.