Navasrushti International Trust (Dharma Bharathi Mission) was founded to promote national regeneration of India and help to usher in a civilization of love and a culture of peace in the world based on the eternal moral and spiritual values common to all religions.
NIT launched its organised social initiative, Dharma Bharathi Mission (DBM), on 30th January 2008 with the vision to create a better India. Earlier NIT was focused on creating awareness around Responsible Citizenship and the need for every Indian to do his/her bit for the society. However, there was a demand from interested citizens to start social activities where they could meaningfully participate and contribute. Accordingly DBM was launched under NIT to undertake these social and community based initiatives.
Since the goal of NIT was to achieve the remaining three freedoms, economic, social and moral, through a hunger-free, caste-free and corruption free India, DBM took up Hunger-free-India as its first go. They
adopted the 3E approach to tackle the same - education, Employment and Empowerment. All activities and projects are geared towards that goal.
NIT is headed by Mr. Paramjeet Singh. He works in the Indian Revenue Service but being passionate about social service and 'giving', he has offered his honorary services to NIT as its Managing Trustee. His personal motto of - "Give Till it Hurts" has been adopted by NIT(DBM). He is an efficient and inspiring Team Leader under whose able leadership NIT has established itself credibly in the social field.
Full time staff - 18
Part time staff -16
Volunteers - 12
Total Receipts for 2015-2016 - INR 14810353
Total Payments for 2015-2016 - INR 15564354
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
No. of girls who were given training in tailoring skills - 450
No. of children across 18 schools who were given mid day meals - 1955
No. of girls who were trained in the nursing course - 20
No. of girls who were given life skills training - 120
No. of children who were given Beautician training - 300
No. of girls who were trained in the Balwadi course - 16
No. of boys, girls & youth who were given computer education - 300
Rewards & Recognition
In 2015, Navasrushti International Trust was awarded the Guide Star Gold by Guide Star India