Gram Chetna Kendra

location: JaipurRajasthan

Donation Option Amount INR Actions
Provide a water tank for about 5 families living in a drought prone village of Rajasthan
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
19000
Gift
Donate a toilet for a very poor family living in a village
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
12000
Gift
Contribute to a fund towards care and therapy for about 15 children with disability
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
5000
Gift
Support a very poor girl child by providing basic school supplies and toiletries for one year
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
3200
Gift
Support the education of a very poor boy by donating basic school supplies and toiletries for one year
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
3200
Gift
General Fund
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
250
Gift
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Mission/Vision
We intend for unremitting efforts for catalytic initiation of people based developmental intervention to ensure just & equal opportunities, minimum basic essentials to all with dignity & quality of life.
 
Background
Persons of the same vision met together and decided to help the downtrodden people of the area.
 
Under the leadership of Mr. Om Prakash Sharma, a group of socially conscious individuals formed the organization, Gram Chetna Kendra in 1986 to address the pressing issues that the communities of Rajasthan faced. Mr.Sharma is the founder member and chief executive of GCK and has a long experience in rural development and cooperative sectors. He has expertise in community organization, capacity building and NGO management.
 
Facts
Full time staff :20
Part time staff:0
Consultants:2
Contract staff :0
Volunteers: 21
Total Receipts for 2016-2017 is INR 13228047
Total Payments for 2016-2017 is INR 13589363
 
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
Number of structures built: 26
Number of children supported: 10
Number of toilets constructed: 10
Number of children supported: 20
RECEIPTS (INR)
 2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Self generated ( fees/ subscriptions/ interest/ community contributions/ proceeds from sale of goods or services produced by the organisation etc.)2,106,625636,373692,209
Donation from Indian individuals through GiveIndia941,7271,694,261793,866
Other donations from Indian individuals110,000294,0001,661,000
Donations from foreign individuals through GiveIndia242,364146,990147,186
Other donations from foreign individuals000
Grants from Indian sources ( trusts/ govt/ companies/ foundations)0240,200166,979
Grants from International sources ( under FCRA)9,827,33110,035,8249,937,650
Sale of assets0490,0000
Miscellaneous048,90637,015
Total Receipts13,228,04713,586,55413,435,905
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PAYMENTS (INR)
 2016-20172015-20162014-2015
PAYMENTS (Capital)
Capital items purchased for the organisation, excluding investment ( Fixed Deposits etc.)92,0641,057,5423,750
Capital items purchased for beneficiaries000
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PAYMENTS (Revenue)
Programme related2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Salaries and benefits02,837,6112,874,333
Staff training000
Staff travel0227,773169,095
Consultant's fees016,0000
Office support expenses ( rent/ telephone/ electricty etc.)0157,775382,282
Materials procurred ( consummables as seed/ food/ books/ provisions etc.)06,035,6116,252,784
Grants/ donations given to other organisations as part of programme000
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)1,025,172286,3450
Others9,620,9891,495,6221,297,143
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Non-programme related2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Salaries and benefits0165,779251,999
Staff training000
Staff travel079,6280
Office support expenses ( rent/ repairs/ telephone/ electricity etc.)0144,2741,193,046
Communication ( correspondence/ Annual Reports/ brochures/ appeals/ website etc.)03,1003,200
Consultants' fees ( audit/ legal/ programme )037,75027,500
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)0684,6280
Other non-programme expenses2,851,13856,34265,374
Total Payments13,589,36313,285,78012,520,506
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 Registration Details
Sr. Type of Registration
1 Society [No.17/Jaipur/89-90]
2 PAN Number:AAATG1091M
3 12-A [No.No. 708]
4 80G [No.ITO/Jaipur-3/ 2009-10/1753]
5 FCRA [No.125560060]
6 35AC [No.]
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 Auditors
 Gupta Abhishek & Co.
 203, ShyamAnukampa, O-11, Ashok Marg, C Scheme
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 Staff Remuneration (INR)
Gross salary plus benefits paid to staff (in INR) p.m. Male Female Total
 less than 5,000000
 5,000 – 10,0008513
 10,000 – 25,00018018
 25,000 – 50,000202
 50,000 – 1,00,000000
 Greater than 1,00,000000
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Total annual payments consultants (in INR)Number of consultants
 less than 5,0000
 5,000 – 10,0000
 10,000 – 25,0002
 25,000 – 50,0000
 50,000 – 1,00,0000
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 Staff Remuneration (p.a.)
1 Highest Paid: INR 318684
2 Lowest Paid: INR 60000
3 Head of the Organisation: INR 318684
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 Board Expenses
Sr. Detail Amount(INR)
1 International travel0
2 Domestic travel21459
3 Local conveyance0
4 Entertainment expenses0
5 Other0
  Total 21459
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Board Members
SI.Name (Age)Gender, Position, Gross Remuneration, Relation to other members
1 Subhash Joshi
(55)
 Male, Member , INR 0.00,
2 Girvar Singh Rathore
(56)
 Male, Member , INR 0.00,
3 Bajrang Singh
(53)
 Male, Vice Chairperson , INR 0.00,
4 Om Prakash Sharma
(61)
 Male, Secretary , INR 318,684.00,
5 Surekha Devi
(47)
 Female, Member, INR 0.00,
6 Neelam Yadav
(40)
 Female, Member , INR 0.00,
7 Narinder Verma
(65)
 Male, Chairperson , INR 0.00,
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Board Members Background
SI.NameBackground
1 Subhash Joshi More than 23 years of experience in rural development. He has expertise in project management, capacity building and institutional development.
2 Girvar Singh Rathore More than 30 years of experience in rural development. He has expertise in community organizsations, capacity building and institutional development.
3 Bajrang Singh More than 16 years experience in rural development. He has expertise in project management, capacity building, and institutional development.
4 Om Prakash Sharma Founder member and chief executive of GCK. He has good experience in rural development and cooperative sectors. He has expertise in community organization, capacity building, and NGO management.
5 Surekha Devi More than 7 years of experience in rural development. She has expertise in gender and development, reproductive child health, training and institutional development.
6 Neelam Yadav More than 9 years experience in rural development. She has expertise in gender and development, reproductive child health, training and institutional development.
7 Narinder Verma He is a development professional. He was Country Director of Plan International for more than 20 years in Africa and has worked in CCF and other international agencies. He has expertise in organizational development and social development issues.
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Board Resolution
SubjectsBoard Meeting/Annual General Body Meeting DateNo. of members presentStrength of the board at the time of this meeting
Budget for the year 2016-201730/06/201767
Programmes/ Projects for the year 2016-201730/06/201767
Annual Report for the year 2015-201630/06/201767
Financial Audit Report for the year 2015-201630/06/201767
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Staff International Travel
No member of this organisation has undergone foreign travel in recent years.
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 Tanka - A Boon
Gangadevi resident of Banshipura village in Sambhar block of Jaipur district is living in a joint family having 20 members in all. In this area the rainfall is very scant, wells and handpumps become dry in summers. Gangadevi used to go with her children to fetch water from a place about 2 -3 km away from her house. Gram Chetna recognized the hardships faced by these poor people and the harassment at the hands of the well owners. We educated them on the benefits of having a tank whereby they could collect rain water. In the dry season they could buy water from tankers at a nominal charge. Gangadevi being a SHG member came forward for construction of tanka at her house, we built a tank for Gangadevi. After the construction of the tank, the women from the family of Gangadevi and the other neighbours were very happy. Now these women spare time to lookafter their children and involved in productive activities to earn more for them & their family to meet out day to day needs.
 
 Supporting girl child education and hygiene
Mamta Yadav D/o Shri Gopal Lal Yadav, is a resident of village Aamwal Dhani.Her father is a labourer and does not have money to educate his children.There are 6 members in the family.Mamta was considered to be burden to the family. Gram Chetna Kendra took care of the child and provided her all the facilities for studies like uniform,pair of shoes ,school stationary,bag, exercise books, and solar lantern. We also gave her inputs on how to maintain good hygiene which will result in good health. Mamta after getting all the facilities for her studies is now regular in her class and is very keen to learn every thing in time. She is very neat and clean. Her parents are also happy on seeing her good performance. She is attending school regularly.
 
 Construction of Toilet
In this remote area of Sambhar Block, Dist. Jaipur, Rajasthan most of the families do not have toilets in their homes and use open fields for defication. It is very humiliating for women and young girls as there is no privacy.Due to this, stomach related infections are rampant in the area. We visited the area & saw the miseries of the women. Santosh Bano lives in Banshipura village. There are 7 members in the family including two young girls & elderly parents. They are all forced to go in the open. It was decided to construct a toilet for them. Our social workers advised them to give up the bad habit of defecation in open and how it effects the environment and spread disease. After construction of toilet, the family of Santosh Bano does not have to go for defecation in the open. Both young daughers and elderly parents now feel relaxed. This also reduced the cases of diarrhea and other diseases. Now the familiy is more aware about health and hygiene problems.
 
 Story of Vishnu Balai
In 1997 Gram Chetna Kendra added the name of Vishnu Balai s/o Mangalchand Balai in our sponsorship program. The social worker of Gram Chetna Kendra was doing regular family visits of the enrolled children. She observed that Vishnu knew the alphabets and she oriented Vishnu for 3 years in the reading improvement plan of the programme. On 21st June 1997 under Family Helper Project 1219, Vishnu joined the sponsorship programme. He received the Child Case number 42. His father is a laborer and works hard to make both ends meet. He used to go to school with his elder brother named Ratan lal. Under the sponsorship programme his family received benefits namely – free installed toilet in the household premises of Vishnu Balai, constructed underground water storage tank, received free medicines in the health check up camps , got information of the benefits in the different meetings that he and his family members attended. After passing Class XI standard, he joined the computer course under Child Fund India run Youth Resource Centre. Receiving support us he underwent the course of Mobile repairing and started to work in the shop. By this time his younger brother had dropped out he made efforts and rejoined his brother in school education. Also he sent his sister to school back for completion of her education. After some time he sent his brother for electrician course. His mother was a member of self help group run By GCK. His mother and father arrange for the food and household expanses with the small amount they earn. Vishnu spends all his earnings on the education of his siblings. In 2012 the efforts and dreams of Vishnu comes true and elder brother got a job in electricity department and Vishnu has opened one mobile shop in 2013. Now he is earning Rs. 10000 per month and also studying along with the work.
 
 Change the life
Family of Sunil Yadav lives in the village named Khijuriya .PO: Karansar Sunil lives with his mother, father and 1 brother. Sunil is the eldest child of the family. Sunil''s father is a small farmer. His family is poor. His mother is a house wife. Parents were worried about the disability of Sunil. They cursed themselves as they think that this was due to their ill fate of their past life. They ignored Sunil on the road. He is untidy and roams around the village whole day. Everyone in the family and community neglect him. The children of the locality always try to hurt him. Once when social workers of Gram Chetna Kendra visited the village of Sunil for a SHG meeting they found him roaming here and there in the village and how people were unkind to him. One social worker shared his experience of meeting Sunil in monthly staff meeting of Gram Chetna Chetna Kendra. Organisation then decided to link Sunil with Liliane Fonds organization. The family members of Sunil were not cooperative. Sunil was living in very bad condition with no care and affection from family members. Gram Chetna pursued and convinced the parents to bring Sunil to our daycare for therapy. Self confidence and self esteem of Sunil increased. He is studying in first standard and tries to play with peer group. He is now talking to his friends and understands the concept of hygiene and attends day care regularly. He is even helping his mother in house hold activities. 7. Also support his father in taking care of his field and cattle

You can communicate with Gram Chetna Kendra at
Om Prakash Sharma
Khedi Milak, via Renwal, District-
Jaipur - 303603,India

Or you can reach Gram Chetna Kendra here
Phone : 91 1424 282234
Fax :
E-mail : gck_1989@yahoo.com
Website: http://www.gck.org.in

 

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