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Sewabharathi - Udhampur and DFP organize awareness campaign on RTI Act

The Udhampur unit of Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India in coordination with SEWA Bharati NGO organized a special programme at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Chenani today. The programme was organsied under the chairmanship of Shri Purnendu Mandal, Principal of the school. A quiz contest was held with a special emphasis on Right to Information Act followed by lectures on the subject to explain the importance of this Act. As part of the campaign, the unit organized a series of public awareness programmes at Kud, Mada, Champeri, Kumarian, Noti and Swena villages about various aspects and provisions of the Act.
During these programmes, film screenings, group discussions, seminars lectures and quiz contests were organized to sensitize the masses about RTI Act that can prove to be an effective tool to curb the menace of corruption and in-turn revive transparency. Shri Gurnam Singh, Incharge Field Publicity Unit, Udhampur highlighted the importan…

Vaidehi Kishori Vikasa Kendram paper jewelry quilling art training camp

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Hyderabad 
19/7/14
Vaidehi Kishori Vikasa Kendram paper jewelry quilling art training camp
The Programme was conducted at Vaidehi Ashram campus attended by 9 selected Girls from the Slums and the Girls of the Ashram
Quilling training 9

Another training programme on Terracota Ornaments was conducted last week for the ashram students last sunday 12, 13th 2014

H.R.D. MINISTER SMRITI IRANI APPRECIATES STUDENTS OF SEWA DHAM VIDYA MANDIR

Sewa Bharti takes pride in announcing that H.R.D. Minister Smriti Irani appreciated four students of Sewa Dham Vidya Mandir (A residential school of  Sewa Bharti) for being selected in the 12th standard C.B.S.E. Merit List. We hope we could live up to this appreciation and produce more brilliant sparks in the near future as well.Source http://sewabharti.org/news/h-r-d-minister-smriti-irani-appreciates-students-of-sewa-dham-vidya-mandir/

SAMUHIK VIVAH: AN EXPERIMENT TO RESTORE SOCIAL HONOUR

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In our country many brothers and sisters of our society are living below the poverty line. Lakhs of people are working in tea gardens in Assam, Tripura and Bengal, unfortunately still they are struggling hard to earn for daily bread. Many youths have dream to get married but due to poverty they could not afford such ceremonial rituals. So, many of them prefer to use short cut of Gandharva Vivah. But society does not give social status to such couples. Kalyan Ashram came forward to help such couples through Samuhik Vivah  (Group Marriage). From last one decade Ashram has been conducting such marriages in Bengal and Assam, which gives the couple social status. Urban units of organization afford all the expenses and offer gifts to the couples. On 25th May, Samuhik Vivah  (Group Marriage) was conducted at Salibari near Siliguri of North Bengal  where 101 couples got married. All the couples came along with their relatives and villagers with great enthusiasm.  They wore traditional dresses.…