Showing posts from May, 2012

Sewa Bharathi Delhi Computer Center: Computers are as simple

Centres for the children belonging to weaker sections of the society are run in backward areas, where coaching and moral education are imparted from class 6th to 10th. In recognition of outstanding services rendered in the field of Child Welfare during 1990-91 Delhi Administration awarded Certificate of Merit alongwith a cheque of Rs.50000/- to Sewa Bharti. Central Social Welfare Board awareded in the field of women & approceation letter given to the Sewa Bharti in 2001 by Honorable Vice President Shri Bherown Singh Shekhawat. Our coaching centre provides better facility for students of
all religion as they have better capability to achieve, we provide them such an environment. With a View to adopt the modern Techniques of the Commercialization 11 Computer Centres have been Established. All study matiral like books, pencil etc. and computer education is provided. For more details: Seva bharti (Reg.) Delhi
10196 A, Seva Kunj
Jhandewala …

Sewa Bharathi Western Andhra Pradesh SSC / 10th class Exams 2012 Results

Sewa Bharathi Western Andhra Pradesh SSC / 10th class Exams 2012 Results The total 19 children out of 53 have touched the 9.0 and above grade which is stupendous by any means. These children Orphaned / destituted or victims of some unfortunate thing in their life have shown an enormous grit and strength and the result is before us to see. The most interesting feature is the Palamoor / mahaboobnagar awasam which is an exclusive Child labour rehabilitation home that leads the results as has been the case. The Gokavaram awasam is a chenchu tribal home which has also performed very well.






NAMEPlaceHall Ticket No.Grade .

. 1Uttaluri AnkannaGokavaram12201564095.8 . 2J.NarasimhaNandyala12201453259.7 . 3ManoharNandyala12201456949.5 . 4S.RambabuNandyala1210141658
. 5V.UpendrasaiKurnool12201097857.8 . 6HarikumarKurnool12201051027.2 . 7Vaddera NagarajuPalamur12411041329.8 . 8Kasipovu ChaitanyaPalamur1241104492withheld . 9Kammari NareshPalamur12411035659.3 . 10Jogu MaheshP…

Sewa Bharathi Free medical camp Chandigarh

Fri, May 25th, 2012 Sanjay Pahwa, Chandigarh: If one can measure hope and faith, the long ques outside Sewa Bharti, Sector-29A,Chandigarh are its example. On every Sunday at 4 AM people start gathering in front of Sewa Bharti premises to get their name to be registered for the treatment which Sh. Virender Sharma starts at 6 AM without any charges. Today, a free medical camp was organised by Chandigarh Press Club where Sh. Virender Sharma treated the members of the Media fraternity and their families for ailments like Cervical, Migraine, Slip Disc, Spondylisis, Joint pains, arthritis etc. Mr. Sharma is neither a doctor nor a sooth sayer but he is blessed by a saint (faqueer) and endowed with qualities to treat the patients without seeing any X-Ray, MRI, Blood Test. He is basically an engineer by profession and gives training in Industries on fire fighting. He says faith is the main healer, not me. People from different parts of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, Delhi, J&K etc. come for tr…

Sangh in Action - Cleaning drive by Swayamsevaks in a Govt. Hospital in Tamilnadu

The Government hospital at Royapettah in Chennai is entering its 100th year of service catering to the poor and needy. RSS, South Chennai coordinators approached the management for taking up a cleaning drive in the premises, for which they readily supported the effort.

As planned on 13 May, 2012 over 180 volunteers of various teams like sports group, IT professionals, auditors, teachers and students assembled in the morning at the hospital from different parts of Chennai.

There was a brief inaugural session presided by Ma. Sanghachalak Durai Shankar ji, famous actor Damu, Hospital Sergeants Thirumal and Khaleelullah Rahman. Shri Durai Shankar said that sangha inculcates spirit of Sewa through Shakha.

Actor Damu delivered a motivating speech to the audience. He was highly impressed by the young disciplined crowd assembled there while others of that age are taking it easy. He said that, “India is a unique country in the world which cannot be compared with others. I would li…

Sewa Bharti comes forward to help slain soldier’s sister

Punjab-based Sewa Bharti expresses desire to pitch in for her marriage
Ravi Krishnan Khajuria
Tribune News Service Jammu, May 15
In a bid to lend a helping hand to the family of a braveheart who sacrificed his life in the line of duty in an encounter with militants on May 2 in Kishtwar district, Punjab-based NGO Sewa Bharti has expressed its willingness to help the family with the marriage ceremony of the slain soldier’s younger sister. It may be recalled here that ever since the Army had launched a search operation a fortnight ago, which led to a fierce gun battle on May 2 near Palmar, Noor Hussain, a decorated soldier of 159 Territorial Army, had postponed the marriage of his younger sister Kulsoma Bano to May 15. After going through The Tribune yesterday, the Punjab-based NGO decided to help Hussain’s family solemnise the marriage of Kulsoma Bano. However, Hussain’s family has now rescheduled Kulsoma’s marriage and the date hasn’t been …

Sewa Bharti Jammu organizes 'Bal Shiver'

JAMMU, APR 15: NGO, Sewa Bharti Jammu and Kashmir today organised one day "Bal-Shiver" for unprivileged children, here. Around 200 hundred children belonging to age group 6-14 years from slums and basties of Jammu participated in the 'Shiver'.
Various events organised under the day long 'Bal Shiver' included sports events, debate, painting and craft competition, singing and dancing by the children. Later, an exhibition of paintings and crafts was also organised. Eminent educationists delivered lectures on personality development and Doctors educated the children about personal hygiene. Chief Manger, SBI, Ravi Bharti was the chief guest and RK Kandroo, Manager, SBI, Karan Nagar was the guest of honour on the occasion. Speaking on the occasion, Bharti appreciated the role of Sewa Bharti in educating the underpri…

Sewa Bharti Jalabad fights for better medical facilities

Praful Chander Nagpal Fazilka,
April 10 Ahead of the Jalalabad legislator and the Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal’s visit on Wednesday, the residents have sought a proper health facility in the constituency. It is learnt that in case of an emergency, the kin of the patients have to travel 33 km to Fazilka town to fetch blood from the blood bank at the Civil Hospital there, as the Jalalabad hospital does not have a blood bank of its own. It takes at least two hours to bring the required units of blood from Fazilka by covering the distance of 66 km back and forth, leaving the patients at the mercy of God till blood arrives. Notably, there is a separate building for a blood bank. But the proposal for setting up the facility seems to have fallen victim to the red tape. As per the official sources, a blood store unit can be set up without any delay. Interestingly, the official record of the health department tells a different story.

The hospital in Jalalabad, which is termed as a civil h…

IITian plans medical camps in his native place

The following is one of the students a member of NSS, IIT Kharagpur central team; term ended in April, 2012 and a new student team has taken over. They were not assigned to any specific village / slum but traveled various units to cover MGNREGA awarness camp in one village to caste certificate camp in other or the 150th birth anniversary of Vivekananda in the third etc. Besides, they published NSS Newsletter, maintained NSS website and participated other central activities. Ishan Garg
During my frst year I was a part of literacy group of Prof. P. Guha. I was involved in teaching students of Ambedkar club and Disha Seema Centre initially and then moved to teaching children at the Congress centre outside IIT campus where i taught children of mess workers. Me and imbesat also taught children of cleaning staff of MMM hall in our room. We also taught a student naed Imran for AIEEE in last few weeks During the beginning of second year me and imbesat had prepared a two year sche…

Sewa Bharti to open computer centre in Dehradun

Girls perform at the annual function of Sewa Bharti in Dehradun on Sunday. 
A Tribune photograph Tribune News Service Dehradun, April 15
The Sewa Bharti today organised its annual function at MKP (PG) College, Dehradun. Chief Guest Dr Devendra Bhasin, Principal DAV (PG) College, Dehradun, said the welfare activities being undertaken by the Sewa Bharti in Dehradun were unparalleled. He said the Sewa Bharti’s vocational training courses were popular among poor sections of the society. Rajkumar Tayal, Dehradun Mahanagar secretary of the Sewa Bharti, disclosed that the Sewa Bharti, that started its activities in Dehradun in 1989, had come a long way in the works of charity. He said it had been actively working in 51 slum dwellings of Dehadun. Its volunteers worked with unprivileged sections of society. He said scholarships were also provided by them to the bright students. Referring to the future plans, Tayal said the Sewa Bharti now planned to o…

Sewa bharti adminsters oath for inculcating values among youth


Activists and office-bearers of various social, constitutional and educational institutions of the area vowed to pay maximum attention towards inculcating ethical and moral values among youngsters. An oath was administered in response to a call given by the office-bearers and activists of Sewa Bharti (registered) during the concluding session of annual function of the organisation at Aggarwal Sewa Sadan on Sunday. Som Nath Aggarwal, general secretary of state body of the NGO, presided over the function and Anil Aggarwal, chief executive director of Shryans Industries Limited were present.