Showing posts from September, 2015

#NGO Workshop by #SevaBharathi & #YouthforSeva from #TechforSeva


NGO Workshop by Seva Bharathi & Youth for Seva from Tech for Seva on 20-09-2015 at ECE Auditorium, opp. College of Engineering, Osmania University.
It was a day long program where NGOs are guided by senior professionals Prof. K.V. Raju, Director, Development Management Institute (DMI), patna, Sri GV Krishna Gopal, CEO, Access Livelihoods Consultants India Ltd., Sri Madhava Reddy Yadma, Secretary, Vandemataram Foundation, Swamy Kounteya Dasa, Hare Rama Hare Krishna (Akshaya Patra Foundation - Iskon), Sri Prasad, Director, NTT Data, Sri Rammurthy Prabhala, Vice President, Capgemini, Sri P Venugopal Reddy, Chairman, Ekalavya Foundation, Sri Narasimha Rao, Sr. Vice President, Infosys and Sri Aekka Chandra Shekar, Sr. Social Worker. 
Totally 120 representatives from 100 NGOs from various districts of Telangana & Andhra Pradesh has been participated in this work shop.
Morning Session:
The Program was…

Students from school for special children Keshav Sewa Sadhna, Goa win Gold at #SpecialOlympic : Sewabharati

Three students of the school for special children named Keshav Sewa Sadhna ( situated at Dicholi, Goa have shined the name, not only of their school but their state Goa in the world of sports, crossing the seven seas in the list of the famous students of the whole world.
   These our three champion children are Kushal Resham, Riya Gavde and Urmila Parab. These children were selected to participate in the Special Olympic world summer games organized in Los-Angeles America from 25th July to 3rdAugust 2015, along with children of 175 other participating countries. These three students not only participated in the Olympic sports but returned to Bharat with pride of winning the Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.
     Among these three students Kushal Resham is very gentle and friendly boy. He does work or play with full concentration & determination. He started learning skating in the age of nine years. He is now fourteen years old. He is a fearless boy.  He belongs to…

#SevaBharathi Telangana : #VatsalyaSindhu children stood first in State level #ScienceFare of #VidyaBharathi

Bala kishan and Sashi Kumar, the children of our Vatsalya Sindhu Avasam, Seva Bharathi  stood first in State Level Science Fare conducted by Akhila Bharata Vidya Samstha, Vidya Bharathi. The 260 science models were presented from all Saraswati Sishu Mandir Schools from All over Telangana. The 3 day Science fare was held at Sri Saraswati Sishu Mandir, Madhav nagar from September 20th to September 22nd.

The science fare was conducted in conductive various sections like Food Grains productivity, Vedic Mathematics, New Innovations, Model Villages, Crop Management, Magnetic power,  Science and Samskrit quiz.

Our Child Chi. Bala Kishan came first for his best presentation under model village and also won Rs. 2500/- prize money for Overall best performance and Chi. Sashi Kumar also came first for his presentation in Crop Management. These two children also selected for Regional  Science Fare, which is going to be held at Shiva mogga, Karnataka in next month.

Making of Model Village by Chi. …

Sewa International 7th Sewa Path Computer Centre in Tapovan, Uttarakhand.

Sewa International opened its 7th Sewa Path Computer Centre in Tapovan, Chamoli district of Uttarakhand. It was heartening to see village folks line-up for the inauguration. Basic Computer Course of 6 months duration, would be taught in the centre, consisting of MS Office products & Hindi/English typing. This teaching would allow the students to apply for Govt jobs as well as gain computer awareness. Presently, there is a wait-list of 10 students who are eagerly awaiting their chance. 

Thanks a lot to our hard-working Sewa Uttarakhand team for their self-less dedication to make this possible & our benevolent donors for their continuous support!!

Construction work for Sewabharati Disha Girls Hostel at Ponichack Jammu

Kudos to ‪#‎SewaBhartiJK‬ volunteers and donors, construction work of Disha Girls Hostel at Ponichack Jammu has started. Wish us luck and strength and yes contribute for the cause. Money don't matter but no. of people who contributed matters.

Students of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) visited Disha Boys Hostel, Katra.

Students of Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University (SMVDU) visited Disha Boys Hostel, Katra. The children of Disha got an opportunity to learn music from the students of SMVDU. This was the initiative of Nilesh Ji (first from left in first pic) who came to ‪#‎SewaBhartiJK‬ from Maharashtra to do some sewa. Thanks to Sh. Ashutosh Ji, HOD MBA, SMVDU to help Nilesh Ji for this initiative.

Sewabharati Jammu Kashmir: New professional Courses launched

Aryabhat Institute of Information Technology (AIIT) ‪#‎SewaBhartiJK‬ is going to launch two new professional courses: Java (J2SE + J2EE) and PHP/MySQL with professional exposure and live projects. Register yourself at Sewa Bharti Jammu office (Ved Mandir Amphalla) if you are interested.

For any enquirers, you can call us on: 0191-2544000 or
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 *Donations made to Sewa Bharti qualify for exemption under sec. 80C of I.T. Act 1962


Sewabharati Jammu Kashmir: Expansion of Janak Madan Girls Hostel

Namaste to all ‪#‎SewaBhartiJK‬ well wishers. We wish to inform you that working under four different sectors i.e. Education, Health, Self- Reliance and Social Activities, we are running 2 hostels in J&K state ( one for boys at Katra and other for girls at Pouni Chak Jammu) where the inmates belong to the three different regions of Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Sewa Bharti is taking care of all basic amenities right from education to co-curricular activities, boarding, lodging etc.
Presently there are 24 inmates at our girl's hostel residing in a single floor building and we are planning to construct second floor where indoor activities, vocational training and other facilities will be provided to the inmates.
Please see the image for information regarding the construction which is being taken in a very different way.
We request you to contribute in the cause and share the information.

Three-day free health camp in Bhubaneswar : Utkal Bipanna Sahayata Samit

Bhubaneswar:  Utkal Bipanna Sahayata Samiti in association with the Baburao Paladhikar Prakrutika Chikischa Kendra organised a three-day free health camp here beginning from Sunday. The camp, inaugurated by Sewa Bharati all-India associate secretary Gurusaran Prasad, is providing treatment for diseases like obesity, sciatica, skin diseases, psychiatric disorder, constipation and many more. The camp is being held under the leadership of Samiti president Prakash Betala. Puri Arogya Bharati chief Subhashree Das joined the event as chief guest and said service to mankind is the greatest thing and everybody has the right to serve irrespective of religion, cast and creed. Samiti secretary Masukhlal Sethiya also spoke.

Students of sevabharathi trust govt school build robot explorers

Young participants looking at a robot at the regional-level Indian Robotic Olympiad at Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum on Sunday.— Photo: V. Sreenivasa Murthy It was a day full of treasure hunts and diving for pearls at the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum as robots built by students demonstrated their abilities for the regional round of the Indian Robot Olympiad which concluded on Sunday. Regional championship The event saw participation of 100 children divided into 30 teams. Students had come from places including Mysuru and Ooty to take part in the regional championship for a chance to compete in the national and international Olympiads, which will be held in the coming months. “The theme today was pearl diving and treasure hunting. Students were expected to build robots which would be able to pick up pearls from a seabed-like surface,” said Christopher Dhas, associate head of Edutech, one of the organisers of the regional Olympiad. Besides constr…

SewaBharathi appeals to support North East Flood Vicitms

The flood situation in Assam has deteriorated further, as flood waters have submerged over 2,000 villages in 19 districts, affecting over 13 lakh people, officials said on Thursday.

The Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said three people -- two in Tinsukia and one in Dibrugarh -- died due to floods since Wednesday, taking the toll to seven.

"As of now, 13,78,540 people have been hit due to floods in 2,199 villages," an ASDMA official said. Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Tinsukia, Jorhat, Lakhimpur, Morigaon, Nalbari, Barpeta, Sonitpur and Darrang districts remained the worst affected. A total of 2,66,908 people are taking shelter in 385 relief camps in 14 districts, with Dibrugarh district having the highest number of 149 camps housing 91,750 people. The floods have also affected 176,559 hectares of crop land.

The authorities said this could be the worst flood in 200 years of Manipur. About 60,000 hectares were inundated and 500,000 people displaced., according t…

Sewabharti plantation drive at Civil hospital Ludhiana

24 Aug Sewa Bharti, an NGO, conducted a plantation drive at the Civil Hospital. General secretary of the NGO Somnath Aggarwal planted saplings in the presence of Dr Palwinder Singh, SMO of Civil Hospital; state president of Sewa Bharti YK Bhushan and councillor Inder Aggarwal. 
Stressing the need for providing more green cover in the industrial hub, Bansal said human life was incomplete without trees and green belts worked like lungs, especially in congested and highly polluted environment - 
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