Shree Ram Gram Vikas Samiti is a non-profit organization that is devoted to the cause of “education and health”. It is registered under the Indian Societies Act, of 1860. It is entitled to facilities and exemption under the Indian Income Tax Act 80 (G) and under the FCRA of the Government of India Ministry of Home Affairs.
Children of any country are the key to its future and the quality of education they are imparted defines how secure that future is. For a country like India where the demography consists of more than 50% of the youth population, this need for education is further emphasized.
Shree Ram Gram Vikas Samiti is working towards bridging this gap by doing its bit for educating underprivileged children and providing medical intervention to the people living in rural areas. We believe that the work we have started is a very small step and several such small steps will lead to a bigger change.
Savitri Soni Vidya Mandir(1989) – A charitable non-profit organization by the name of Shree Ram Gram Vikas Samiti was conceived and established in 1987 with the aim of providing high-quality education. To do so, the school Savitri Soni Vidya Mandir was set up in 1989 up to 12th grade with initially only 50 students. Although a vital need of the population in itself, it was perceived as only the first but very important step to eventually achieve the multi-faceted holistic development of the population. Within a year or two, the number of students increased, and the school was shifted to its present campus.
Smt. Laxmi Todi Charitable Hospital (2008) – Shree Ram Gram Vikas Samiti provides a hospital with low-cost but quality medical access for the population of villages around Nagauri, Meerut district in Uttar Pradesh. The hospital is currently operating with medical staff in the following fields: allopathy, Ayurveda, homeopathy, eye care, and pharmacy. The number of patients coming daily is about 50 on average. Monthly eye camps are being organized for the past several years. The cataract patients are examined and taken by buses to Meerut city for eye operations done free of cost. This Hospital provides post-operative care to these patients on a regular basis. This program has been successful and effective in controlling blindness in the rural population of the area.
Skill development Program for Rural Woman (2018):
With the belief that vocational Training is necessary for women to empower them and involve them in other activities other than household work, a free of cost Sewing Training program was organized by the Samiti for the duration of 3 months in which 30 women and girls were given the training to help them become self-sufficient and confident. Sewing and basic tailoring skills enable women to work from home, they can continue in their traditional role as homemakers and yet earn.