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Sadhana Proposal for Selection of Non Government Organisation (NGO)

Sadhana/ Snd/ E.O.I./o5-06 Date: 09 -12-06

Date:23-10-2007

To

The Secretary

Ratan Tata Trust

MUMBAI

Sub:- Expression of Interest (E.O.I) for Lead MumBai.Organisation for Region Specific Work in Elementery Education For Yadgir Biock of Gulbarga district in Kar Reg

Respected Sir,

Grettings from SADHANA Sindhanur,

Sir, I would like to introduce about our organization (N.G.O) REGISTERED UNDER K.S.R Act1960 No. SCR/78/95 Dt. 29-07-1995 which is established at: Sindhanur city of Raichur district in Karnataka State. Our society was established by group of people with a social commitment initiating various socio-Economic, Education and vocational activities for the welfare of the downtrodden classes.

Currently we are engaged in Jala Nirmal project funded by World Bank through Karnataka Rural water supply and sanitation agency Bangalore and J.S.Y.S. funded by State Govt.

At present we are involving Women’s Child Education, and Care and Child Labour Rehabilitation activities, Community based Water Conservation, Sanitation, programmes HIV/AIDS, Prevention activities.

Our society received International prestigious Award from Mr.SHADALKSHARAPPA & TARACHARITIY OF USA for our dedicated services for disadvantaged sectors of peoples. The award consists of Rs 40,000.00 cash and citation.

We are allredey working in Yadigir Block So weareverey much interested EOI work as Lead Organisiation. So please received the same.

Thanking your Sir,

Yours Sincerely,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

Enc:

 

SADHANA SINDHANUR – KARNATAKA

Proposal for Selection of Non Government Organisation (NGO) for Antibiotic Stewardship Network in India (ABSN)

R.D Gardi Medical College Ujjain (M.P)

Location – KARNATAKA in India

1

Name of the organisation

SADHANA

2

Address for Correspondence

(with Telephone Nos, Fax Nod & email)

House No.7-1-39/A, Matrhu krupa, Vasavi nagar, PWD camp, P.B.19,

Sindhanur –584128, District Raichur, Karnataka

Ph: 08535-220043

Fax: 08535-2530039

e-mail :SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

3

Registration Details / Description of the firm (Ownership & Organisation)

SADHANA is registered under

Karnataka Registration Act 1960 in the office of The District Registrar of Societies, Raichur, Reg. NO. SOR 78/95 Date : 29-7-1995.

4

Name of the Contact Person

Sharanappa Barsi Secretary House No.7-1-39/A, Matrhu krupa, Vasavi nagar, PWD camp, P.B.19,

Sindhanur –584128, District Raichur, Karnataka

Ph: 08535-220043

Fax: 08535-2530039

Mob:-8088012660, 9886345310

5

E-mail ID

Sadhana_organ@yahoo.co.in

sbbarsi@gmail.com

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Details of the IT Registration Any Tax exemption Certificate example 12A, 80G & 35AC or any other, please specify each with Number)

Any Tax exemption Certificate example 12A, 80G & 35AC or any other, please specify each with Number)

6.1

PAN No.

ABCFS4980Q / ITO WARD-1, RAICHUR

6.2

12A/ No.

59/12A/CIT-GLB/2006-07.

6.3

8OGNo.

Valid up 05-10-2005 TO 31-03-2009

6.4

FCRA Number and Date

FCR No. 0946000323 Date:26-3-2001

6.5

Name of the Bank and Address

Sadana Raichur

State Bank of India Dr.Timmanna Gouda Complex Kustagi Road (Gunj road) Sindhanur – 584128.

Dt: Raichur St:-Karnataka

6.6

Account Number

11091401685

IFS Code:- SBIN0007861

6.7

Area of Operation

Entire Karnataka

6.8

Proffessional Tax Registration

Organisation already registered in Dept. of Commercial Tax under Professional Tax Act.

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Brief History of the Organisation

Introduction: Since from the last fifty years India has been trying hard to alleviate the poverty among the common masses and rural poor, but still it persists with and growing with a alarming length and speed. Though, there was a development in some sectors of the economy but a major section of the population still lives in below poverty line, which is quite unacceptable. It is quite evident from the development experience of the Indian economy in last fifty years that the benefits of the economic reforms or government measures have not reached to the poorer sections of the population, which is widely anticipated. Since mid 70’s Government has launched many programmes like, self and wage employment programmes, to make a direct attack on poverty. For the poorest of poor, special schemes were devised such as Antodaya, differential interest rate lending and the like. But unfortunately, these did not turn out to be as effective as one had hoped.

As studies have shown, a major reason for the lackluster results of these Government programmes has been the failure to involve the local community in design, implementation and monitoring. This is aggravated by the fact that such schemes invariably have a preset design rigidly applicable to the whole country. These apart, the poor had virtually no access to credit from either the banking or cooperative system. What was needed was a system which could be accommodated within the existing village environment, had the autonomy to take quick operational decisions and cater for the individual needs of the poor. It was in response to this need that the Self Help Groups, or as the Affinity Groups came into existence, mainly promoted by NGO’s. These are groups held together by shared needs or interests and traditional social relations. In this regard, “SADHANA”, Sindhanur has been a pioneer and has successfully promoted a large number of affinity groups in Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District.

(a). Description and History of Proposing Organisation:

SADHANA, Sindhanur is a Non-Governmental, Voluntary organisation registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960, in the Office of District Registrar of Societies, Raichur vide No. SOR /78/95 dated 29-7-1995. The main objective behind establishment of SADHANA is to offer equal opportunities to the disadvantaged sectors of the society in Raichur district. Raichur is one of the most backward and drought prone district in Karnataka state, where formation of Non- Governmental organisations is essentially required. Mr. Sharanappa Barsi, Secretary, of the organisation has been working with students and Non-student youths of the district of various issues like leadership, literacy and development activities, has gathered a team of young people who had a vision of equal society and as a result, SADHANA was established.

Mr. Sharanappa Barsi is basically a practicing Advocate gave up his practice for the benefit of the society and welfare and associated with the organisation for full time. Ever since its inception SADHANA is trying to generate resources from various sources to initiate the activities which would provide equal opportunities to the targeted population. SADHANA is also registered under FCRA Act 1976 by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Union Govt. of India; vide No. 094610023 on 26-3-2001.

To improve its functional ability SADHANA has also enrolled its membership with various resource agencies and Net workings and details are as under.1) Ekatha NGO Net work, Raichur 2) Fevoard-K-Bangalore 3) V.H.A.K. Bangalore 4) Mic-Net-K Bangalore 5) C.B.R Network, Bangalore 6) UNESCO, Bangalore 7) INHAF-FORUM Bangalore 8) Campaign Against Child Labour, Bangalore 9) Regional Resource Centre- Bangalore 10) Jana Aranya Vedike, Bangalore. 11) AVORD Net work- Bangalore

SADHANA is also implementing various programmes like Education to Child Labour Literacy Centre, Formation of SHG’s, Trainings, Thrift and Credit Programmes, Income Generation Programmes and other need based awareness generation activities to raise the level standard of living of the targeted families. The activities, which would improve the living condition, should be agri-based since, the people of Raichur district solely depend on agriculture. The rainfall is normally low in dry areas of the district. Though, Sindhanur Taluk is being provided with irrigation facilities by Tungabhadra Left Bank Canal, which will cover a total of 40% of landholdings, landless labourers still consists a huge number. SADHANA also working with elder peoples to improve their socio-economic and health condition through self-help groups formations.

The productive and dedicated activities of SADHANA, Sindhanur were also identified and appreciated by Shadaksharappa & Tara Charities, U.S.A and they awarded the organisation with the cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- in the year 2002. At the same time SADHANA has received an appreciation letter from “World Micro Credit Summit Award” from U.S.A. in the year 2002.

8.Experience in the Health Related Programmes Implementing

  1. Health :

i)Reproductive and Child Health programme(RCH)

SADHANA has been identified as a field programme implementation NGO for Raichur district by SOSVA-K a mother NGO for Karnataka State nominated by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Union Govt. of India for implementation of Reproductive Child health Programme in Raichur district. Under the project SADHANA is responsible for implementing the components of,

  1. Identification of eligible couples

  2. Adolescent girls/boys education

  3. Dissemination of ANC/PNC services.

  4. Immunization services

  5. Intervention of adoption of spacing methods

  6. Education and treatment with regard to RTI/STD/HIV/AIDS.

  7. Promotion of 100% institutional deliveries.

  8. Preparation of spacing methods

  9. Propagation of Herbal species which have been locally produced or renovation.

  10. Documentation of existing practices and change mediums with regard to family planning.

SADHANA has been given extension of the project by considering its exemplary work in the area of RCH. The supporting documentation is enclosed as Annexure- I

i)HIV/AIDS/Targeted intervention programme for agricultural migrants Karnataka State AIDS prevention society Bangalore has identified SADHANA Sindhanur is one of the field programme implementing agency after its careful observation of SADHANA’s involvement in the area of HIV/AIDS, its control and prevention.

SADHANA has been given with assignment of target intervention programme for agricultural migrants of five major Andhra migrant camps of Sindhanur taluka of Raichur district. The project is running since last six months in the following area.

  1. Awareness with regard to HIV/AIDS prevention

  2. Behaviour change communication

  3. Identification of STD cases and referral services.

  4. Condom promotion.

  5. Creation of enabling environment

The documents supporting to be above are enclosed as Annexure – II

i)Adoption of primary health centers

Government off Karnataka Department of Health and Family Welfare has initiated an innovative scheme titled adoption of remote primary health centers where the couple protection rate is below 30 % (CPR) and staff rate is below 50%. SADHANA has been identified as one of the eminent agencies by the department for the above and the process of handling over the PHCs is on. The documents supporting above are enclosed as Annexure – III

ii)General health check up and ophthalmic camps:

Right from its inception SADHANA has been organising various health check up camps and eye surgery camp for the benefits of its beneficiary families of the target area. Till today the organisation has conducted a total of 29 general health care camps and 17 ophthalmic camps. The documents supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –IV

iii)Pulse Polio Immunization :

The organisation is active in the mobilizing the community for pulse polio immunization right from the beginning. The UNICEP Hyderabad unit has identified SADHANA as a nodal agency for Sindhanur Block to coordinate with community based organisation for successful implementation of the pulse polio immunization. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –V

i)Apart from the above SADHANA has conducted 9 cancer awareness programmes and 3 de-addiction awareness programme and 16 animal health check up camps in the project area which have been coordinated with district health family welfare officer department of concerned primary health care centre and veterinary department etc.

SADHANA” organisation has evolved into a much stronger organization which has undertaken various welfare programmes over the years with help of State and Central Government. With its commitment and dedication “SADHANA” organisation has successfully completed all these welfare programmes with a fair degree of success. The below are the lines which would express the evolution of the ‘SADHANA’ organisation over the years.

Since from the date of its inception “SADHANA” has been working for the cause of rural development through sustainable livelihood for the rural poor. “SADHANA” organisation sincerely believes that empowerment of rural poor needs to be strengthened by community-based approaches, involving the full cooperation and participation of rural poor and the general public. With the above mentioned mission in view “SADHANA” has organized various community development, natural resource management, and building community based institutions over the years in the Sindhanur and neighbouring talukas of Raichur District. Through these programmes “SADHANA” organisation has successfully instilled a sense of self-reliance, self-efficiency and a sense of empowerment among the rural poor in the various villages of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. While aiming at the comprehensive development of the rural poor, “SADHANA” organisation has implemented many community based projects for the benefit of the society, which have been described in the below given words.

SADHANA” has been selected by the Karnataka State Aids Prevention Society, (KSAPS), Bangalore, and Indo-Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Programme (I-CHAP) for implementing HIV/AIDS awareness among the migrants of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. This World Bank assisted HIV/AIDS awareness project is going to be implemented in the next month.

With the objective of sustainability and women empowerment “SADHANA” organisation has been implementing the World Bank and I-Pad aided “Swashakti” programme for last three years. “SADHANA” organisation has been mobilizing women in the villages and formed 50 and 5 cluster federations Self Help Groups, started savings, provided training to women for capacity building, arranged exposure visits to get practical knowledge on the concept of “Swashakti”. Organisation has provided financial linkages to the Self Help Groups with the help of Banks.

With the assistance of Zilla Panchayat, Raichur “SADHANA” has successfully organized community organisation, formation of self-help groups, collection of community contribution, rainwater harvesting and conservation and etc in the eight watershed areas of Manvi, Lingasugur and Devadurga taluka of Raichur District. Recognizing and appreciating the good work of “SADHANA” organisation in the field of watershed development and community organisation, “SADHANA” has been selected as one of the N.G.O. representatives of District Dry land Development Committee.

SADHANA” has conducted environment awareness camps in three villages under the programme of “National Environment Awareness Campaign” patronized by Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Government of India through ‘Karnataka Vignana Parishat’ Bangalore. “SADHANA” has conducted Environment Awareness Camps in the targeted villages for ten days by involving the forest department personals and distributed plants to the farmers for plantation. To improve the economic standard of farmers organisation has urged the farmers to develop horticulture in their drylands through providing training with the help of horticulture department personnel. Though, Sindhanur Taluka where the “SADHANA” has been actively working is naturally endowed with irrigation. The majority of the land holdings in the Taluka are irrigated. But the farmers have not understood the resourcefulness of water and land. Considering the precious value of water and land, “SADHANA” has organized a five days training programmes on Horticulture, Agriculture and Ayurvedic crops. There were about 155 farmers present and have taken the benefit during the programme.

As a part of sustainable development of rural poor through, community based approaches, “SADHANA” organisation has conducted Vermi Compost Training to farmers which has been financially assisted by CAPART, Dharwar. “SADHANA” organization has successfully completed training to 70 farmers and established 70 vermi compost units in the selected villages.

Natural Resource Management has always been a major priority of the “SADHANA” organisation. Hence, as a part of Natural Resource Management organisation has formed forest management committees in the selected villages of Sindhanur Taluk and has given training to them and arranged exposure visits to gain the practical experience in the protection of forest and forest produce.

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Details of assignments on hand :

  1. Community Development:

Detailed Description of Grants-in Aid Received in last 3 years:

Serial No.

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore

Organising women through S.H.G.s and work for 3women empowerment

316690 –00

Yearly

316690 –00

Yearly

3

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

Creating awareness about reproductive and child health among the masses

1,00,000-00

1,00,000-00

4

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

Creating awareness about HIV/AIDS among the migrants

6,00,000-00

6,00,000-00

5

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

Conducting cataract operation on elders

20,000-00

20,000-00

6

Karnataka Community Based Tank Management Programme Under JSYS Bangalore

To build 30 Community Based Tank Management Institutions in Raichur block of Raichur Taluka

35,50,000-00

6,75,000-00

7

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

8

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

  1. Engineering :

Serial No.

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

3

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

  1. Both Community Development and Engineering :

Serial No.

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore

Organising women through S.H.G.s and work for 3women empowerment

316690 –00

Yearly

316690 –00

Yearly

3

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

Creating awareness about reproductive and child health among the masses

1,00,000-00

1,00,000-00

4

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

Creating awareness about HIV/AIDS among the migrants

6,00,000-00

6,00,000-00

5

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

Conducting cataract operation on elders

20,000-00

20,000-00

6

Karnataka Community Based Tank Management Programme Under JSYS Bangalore

To build 30 Community Based Tank Management Institutions in Raichur block of Raichur Taluka

35,50,000-00

6,75,000-00

7

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

8

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

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Office infrastructure / facilities available :

Infrastructure Facilities Available for Taking up the IEC Activity.
The organisation has the following infrastructures for conducting IEC activities under the project effectively:

1) Cultural groups with master trainers to perform street plays, gee gee padas, folk songs, etc..

  1. Public address system (Mic set).

  2. Television .

  3. Tape recorder.

  4. Play cards.

  5. Over head projector .

  6. Digital camera.

  7. Two wheelers 6.

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Organisation Chart.

Details of organisation chart enclosed :

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Professional Staff with the Organisation

Professional Staff Available in the Organisation :

Sl.No

Particulars of the professionals

No of staff

Male

Female

Total

1

Agriculture specialist

01

02

03

2

Social scientist (Engineers)

03

01

04

3

Gender specialist

01

02

03

4

Doctors (part time)

02

01

03

5

Environmental specialist

01

01

02

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Additional Information, if any :

The efforts of the organisation to uplift the living conditions of Rural and Urban weaker section and Child development have recognized by Shadaksharappa & Tara Charities, U.S.A international award has been given during the year 2001. The award consists of cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- and a certificate.

The efforts of the organisation in the area of Micro-Credit has also been recognized by Micro Credit summit USA   and they have issued the Certificate of Appreciation and extended the invitation & to participate in World Micro Credit Summit to be held at New York in the month of November 2002.

Date : 27-05-2013 (Sharanappa Barsi)

Place : Sindhanur Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

SADHANA

(A VOLUNTARY ORGANISATION FOR RURAL DEVOLOPMENT)

P.B.No. 19, SINDHANUR –584128 DIST:RAICHUR KARNATAKA,

The Board of Management for the year 2012-13

Sl.

No.

Name

Age

Status / Occupation & Experience Designation.

1

Nagabushana S/o Basappa

Gurugarden Sindhanur –584128

46

Dedicated social worker interested in sustainable agriculture and empowerment of rural poor people

2

Mallikarjuna S/o Hampaiah,

Goreball Post,Sindhanur Taluk.

27

Young social worker doing the last five years in the area of training and business linkages

3

Sharanappa Barsi S/o Basappa Barsi,

Mathru Krupa, Vasavinagar, PWD Camp, Sindhanur.

39

A practicing advocate a social worker last 11 years working in the N.G.O Field.

4

Sharadhan D/o Hampayy

Gorebal Tq : Sindhanur-584128

34

A Women activitist working with distitute womens last six years

5

Jayashree W/o Anandraj

Prashanth Nagar, Sindhanur

28

A social worker working with Orphan’s childrens and giving M.E.D Training to the S.H.G. members.

6

Ayyappa s/o Amarappa Indra Nagar Sindhanur-58428

35

A young social worker dedicating is life for welfare of poor children’s

7

S.M.Bhovi s/o Mallappa

Tq:Lingasugur Dt:Raichur

Po: Annehosur.

28

A social worker in the area of women welfare working last five years.

8

Ovan S/o Prakasha Amruth Nagar Colony Tq:Sindhanur Dt:Raichur Po: Jawalger –584143

29

A young social worker giving the computer literacy to the poor peoples last 3 years.

9

Mrs. Sarala w/o

Hampayyaswamy Vasavi Nagar Sindhanur-584128

27

A women activitist working with poor peoples last 5 years.

10

K.S.Kanta W/o Veeresh ,

Mehaboob Colony,Sindhanur.

26

A women social worker dedicating her life for the welfare poor women’s .

11

Kalingappa S/o Kariyappa,

Gobbarakal Taluk at post,

Sindhanur

24

A Social worker interested with unemployed youth’s to give training last 2 years

9

Munnibegam

S.S.L.C.

Attender

Jala Nirmala Project

SI

Name of the staff

Qualification

Designation

1

H.S.Gurushanthappa

Team leader cum commuter development supervisor

M.S.W

2

A.D.Ashok kumar

Assistant Engineer

B.E.Civil

3

Sanna Hanumappa

Cluster Facilitator

B.A.B.Ed

4

J.R.Franklin

Do

MA

5

Agarappa Pathapur

Do

BA

6

K.S. Kantha

Do

BA

7

Shantha

Do

BA

8

Prakash Kulkarni

Do

BA

9

Anjanai

Do

BA

10

Ujainappa

Do

BA

11

Owan

Office cum Computer Operator

B.Com computer Operator

12

Kallingappa

Office Assistant

S.S.L.C.

Child Labour School Staff List.

SI

Name of the staff

Qualification

Designation

1

Umadevi

BA

Assistant – teacher

2

Owan

B.Com

Office Administrate

Staff

3

Riyan begum

TCH

Teacher

4

Jayashree

PUC

Accountant

5

Sharanappa

SSLC, PUC

Administrate

6

Bannu begum

SSLC

Attender

3.Staff details:

S.no

Particular

Full-time

M. F.

Total

Part-time

Voluntary

1

Present staff

14 13

27

05

12

2

Resource person

03 04

7

02

3

Engineers

03

03

02

4

Doctors

03

02

5

Training officers

03 03

06

03

6

Consultants

03

03

Section-4 Staff Details of Various Programme in the Year 2006-07

1)Jalasamvardhana Project

SI

Name of the staff

Qualification

Designation

1

Chandrashekar

MA Socialogy

Team leader

2

Tharakeshwari

MSW

Social safe guard specialist

3

Parameshwara Hegde

MSc

Agriculture specialist

4

G.F.Khan

Diploma in Civil

Engineer

5

Chandrashekar

Diploma in Civil

Engineer

6

Sunitha

B.Com.

Accountant

7

Prakasha Kulkarni

B.A

Support Staff

8

Sadhatt Ahemed

B.Com. Pg DM In Computer

Computer Operator

UNICE Staff list.

SI

Name of the staff

Qualification

Designation

1

Chathramma w/o Sidhanagouda

P.U.C

Cummunity Organisor

2

Neelamma s/o Mallikarjuna

S.S.L.C.

3

Sharanappa s/o Hanamantha adagi

S.S.L.C.

4

Husenabi s/o Abdulgani

P.U.C.

5

Narasamma

S.S.L.C.

6

Adivesha s/o Ramappa

S.S.L.C.

7

Mudukanagouda s/o Hanumanagouda

B.A.

Co-Ordinator

8

Manjunatha

S.S.L.C.

S.H.G. Staff list

SI

Name of the staff

Qualification

Designation

1

Yammunamma

Co-Ordinator

2

Ayappa

SHG facilitator

3

gouramma

SADHANA, SINDHANUR

Details of the projects implementing in the year 2012-13

si

name OF THE PROGRAMMES

Sponsored by

project cost

1

Karnataka community based tank management project

JALASAMVARDHANA YOJANA SANGHA SADHASHIVANAGAR BANGALORE

35,50,000

2

KARANATAKA RURAL SUPLY AND SANITATION

(JALANIRMALA ) PROJECT

Director, K.R.w.s.s.

Kaveri Bhavan IIIfloor

B’lore

20,83,529

3

Rural Empowerment Programmes (swashakthi)

Managing director k.s.w.d.c 6th floor B’lore

9,23,420.

4

Popularisation of Vermi Compost in rural area

Capart regional office

dharwad

2,69,000

5

National Child Labour Elemination Project

Deputy commissioner &chairman Dist chaild labour society

Raichur

2,50,000

6

aids prevention among the migrants

Managing director karnataka aids prevention society crishent road

B’lore

6,00,000

7

S.H.G. Formation and Empowerment programme

Managing director R.D.C.C BANK

RAICHRU

1,58,000

8

DRESS DESIGNING TRAINIG PROGRAMME

Managing director k.s.w.d.c 6th floor

B’lore

60,000

9

VILLAGE FOREST COMMITTIES STRENGTHNING PROGRAMME

Deputy consevrvator of forest Raichur

75,000

The Present Activities of Sadhana :

SL.

No

TITLE OF SCHEME

Amount.

Rs.

Completed/ On Going

Measures Taken for Sustainability

1

Women Awareness Programme (KWDC B’lore 12-6-1999)

3,000-00

Completed

100 Women trained in EAP programmes.

2

Child Labour Special School

(Ministry of Labour Govt. of India 14-6-1999)

1,58,980-00

On Going

22 Students enrolled in Govt. Schools.

3

Mobile Registration 10-6-1999 Dept of Employment and Labour, Raichur )

500-00

Completed

233 Unemployed youths have Registered their names in Employment Exchange. Office

4

Self Help groups formation & Management (Ekatha NGO Net Work, Raichur)

35,900-00

On going

22 SHG’s formed in Rural villages

5

Health Awareness & HIV Aids Awareness Programme (VHAK Bangalore)

25,800-00

On going

40 RMP Doctors 55 Anganawadi workers have trained in Health & Aids prevention field.

6

Child Labour Special School (Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India 30-9-2000 )

1,19,531-00

On going

32 school dropouts have enrolled in government schools.

7

Women’s Awareness programme (KWDC Bangalore 12-2-2000

3,000-00

Completed

125 women beneficiaries have trained in EAP programme

8

Tailoring Training (KWDC Bangalore

29-6-2000)

7,380-00

Completed

10 Widows have trained in basic Tailoring skill

9

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated 29-8-2000)

25,600-00

On going

15 Need based activities introduced to 250 women beneficiaries thoroughly.

10

Organization of Beneficiaries (CAPART R.C Dharwad 15-3-2001)

65,000-00

Completed

Organised 10 beneficiaries in 15 remote villages of Sindhanur taluka and 15 SHGs formed.

11

Shepherd Development Project (Jana Jagarana Belgaum

20-8-2000)

18,500-00

On going

Working with Shepherd Community in 12 remote villages in Sindhanur taluka (formed 1 sheep rearing and wool development Co-Operative Society)

12

Shishupalana Kendra

(Zilla Panchayat Raichur)

40,000-00

On going

25 children is covered in urban slum of Sindhanur Town.

13

Awareness Programme in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation (KVK Raichur 18-9-2001

3,000-00

On going

25 formers have trained in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation system.

14

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore 29-10-2001)

316690 -00

Yearly

On going

Organized the rural women in Sindhanur & Lingasugur Taluka from 25 remote villages for SHG formation & women empowerment in socio-economic fields.

15

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

1,00,000-00

On going

The RCH programme has taken in 10 remote villages comes under Badarli PHC. This is on going programme

16

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

6,00,000-00

On going

10,000 migrants have thoroughly got knowledge about prevention and control of HIV / AIDS where camp conducted at Jalihal village ..

17

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

20,000-00

On going

120 elders have got eye cataract operation. Successfully.

18

Jala Samvardhana Yojana Sangha under cluster facilitation team Raichur

35,50,000-00

Ongoing

To build the 30 Community Based Tank Management institutions in the block of Raichur district carried out the tank rehabilitation programme

19

Karnataka Rural Water supply and Sanitation Project (World Bank aided Jala Nirmal )

2058,000.00

On-going

Working in four blocks eight GP covring 39 villages in Raichur Block.

20

Total Sanitation Project Under ZP Gulbarga

625000.00

On-going

Initiating of IEC Activities in Ten GPs 59 villages of Chincholi Block of Gulbarga District.

21

Bio-DiversityReservation Project in Koppal District

200000.00

On-going

Formation of the BMC, Training Programme

22

Micro Finance Through ICICI Bank as a Business Correspondent

1500000.00

On-going

Identifying SHG’s for Micro Finanace & follow up for repayment

23

Facilitator in NREGA Program Zilla Panchyath

235000.00

On-going

Prepartion of Action plan facilitating NREGA Programme in Sindhanur block of Raichur district

24

Bio-Fuel Programme

125000.00

On-going

Awareness & Capacity Building of GP’s, SHG’s Self services SDMC’s VFC’s other CBO’s in Sindhanur taluk of Raichur District

25

Skill Training

125000.00

On-going

Collaboration with mind skill organization for skill training & placement services

SADHANA RAICHUR

Resoulation

Under the chairmanship of Mr Nagabhushan presidant SADHANA all active committee members. Meeting held office of SADHANA as on 20-12-06 at 11am the following regulation taken Unimously.

Subject Resulation.

1.Opening the Current Mr.Sharnappa Barsi secretary account in the ICICI Bank explain the purpose of Micro-

Gulabarga. Credit loan application in the

ICICI Bank. Opening the Current

Account in the ICICI Bank Gulbarga. All the members are discussed and expect to take Micro Credit Loan & opening the Current Account in the ICICI Bank Gulbarga Branch & also Account will be Operated jointly President of Mr. Nagabhushan and Secretary Sharnapappa Barsi respectively the resoluation taken Unimously.

Members Present

Sl.

No.

Name

Designation

Signature

1

Nagabushana S/o Gurugarden Sindhanur –584128

President

2

Mallikarjuna S/o Hampaiah,

Goreball Post,Sindhanur Taluk.

Vice President

3

Sharanappa Barsi S/o Basappa Barsi,

Mathru Krupa, Vasavinagar, PWD Camp, Sindhanur.

Secretary

4

Sharadhan D/o Hampayy

Gorebal Tq : Sindhanur-584128

Organising Secretary

5

Jayashree W/o Anandraj

Prashanth Nagar, Sindhanur

Joint Secretary

6

Ayyappa s/o Amarappa Indra Nagar Sindhanur-58428

Member

7

Mallappa s/o Mayappa Gurugarden Behind Yallamma Temple Sindhanur-584128

Member

8

Ovan S/o Prakasha Amruth Nagar Colony Tq:Sindhanur Dt:Raichur Po: Jawalger –584143

Member

9

Mrs. Sarala w/o

Hampayyaswamy Vasavi Nagar Sindhanur-584128

Member

10

Mahemudabegum W/o Maulasab Maheboob Colony

Sindhunur-584128

Member

11

Kalingappa S/o Kariyappa,

Gobbarakal Taluk at post,

Sindhanur

Member

MAJOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES IN THE DEVADURGA TALUKA OF RAICHUR DISTRICT.

SADHANA is a one of the Recognised voluntary Organisation by Karntaka Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agencies Bangalore Selected for implementing World Bank aided Jalanirmala Programme in Devadurga Taluka of Raichur District.wich is most backward and drought proven area in the District.

SADHANA implementing above programmes in 3 Grampanchyat’s covering 16 villages in the first year the activities as under.

  1. P.R.A / P.L.A. Exercise.

  2. Formation of of village Water Suppy and Sanitation Committee (V.W.S.C.)

  3. Wallwritting & Street plays, and Poster Exibition activites.

  4. Conduting Grama Saba’s / Jatha Padayatra

  5. Training programme S.D.M.C. / G.P. / Rural metioneries S.H.G. Members/ and C.B.O.’s

  6. Conduction exposure trips / Learning effective implementation.

  7. Organising Health check up Camps.

SADHANA is having very good project office with all equipment’s and trained,

Dedicted staff’s for implementing the programmes.

SADHANA also implementing watershed community Organisation and formation of user’s groups and landless peoples, S.H.G.’s in 4 Gramapanchayat’s covering 11 villages with support of Dept. Of Watershed Z.P. Raichur In every villages all families must and should covering in watershed benefits. Above programmes sanction order copies enclosed for your kind persual.

SADHANA is also, one of the member in the District level Dry Land Developmen committee Z.P. as N.G.O . Representative the order copy enclosed for kind persual.

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

From,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in0

EXPRESSION OF INTERESTI (E.O.I.)for GRAMEEN VIKAS ANDOLANA FOR PROVIDING LOCAL PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT TO GRAM PANCCHAYAT UNDER

GRAM SWARAJ (K.P.S.P PROJECT)

Submitted to,

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

ZILLA PANCHAYAT

GULBARGA

Submitted by,

SADHANA

#7-1-7-39A, “Mathru Krupa”

Vasavinagar pwd camp, P.B.#19,

Sindhanur-584128, Raichur District PH: (08535-523699, FAX:08535 – 223334-2300175.

Email; SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

 

To,

Regional Representative

Regional Representatie & Mmember Convenor,

Regional committee, CAPART

Indira Niavas”, 304, 3rd Main Bharati Nagar

Dharawad.580 001(Karnataka)

Sub:- Expression of Interest (E.O.I) for Grameen Vikas Andolana in

Chincholli Taluka of Gulbarga District. Reg.

Ref:- Your Advertisement in Deccan Herald daily news paper as on

5-12-06.

Respected Sir,

Grettings from SADHANA Sindhanur,

Sir, I would like to introduce about our organization (N.G.O) REGISTERED UNDER K.S.R Act1960 No. SCR/78/95 Dt. 29-07-1995 which is established at: Sindhanur city of Raichur district in Karnataka State. Our society was established by group of people with a social commitment initiating various socio-Economic, Education and vocational activities for the welfare of the downtrodden classes.

Currently we are engaged in Jala Nirmal project funded by World Bank through Karnataka Rural water supply and sanitation agency Bangalore and J.S.Y.S. funded by State Govt.

At present we are involving Women’s Child Education, and Care and Child Labour Rehabilitation activities, Community based Water Conservation, Sanitation, programmes HIV/AIDS, Prevention activities.

Our society received International prestigious Award from Mr.SHADALKSHARAPPA & TARACHARITIY OF USA for our dedicated services for disadvantaged sectors of peoples. The award consists of Rs 40,000.00 cash and citation.

Sadhana/Snd/Gram Swaraj/E.O.I./06-07 Date:16-01-07

To,

Chief Executive Officer

Zilla Panchayat

Raichur

Sub:- Expression of Interest (E.O.I) For Grammeen Vikas Andolana for

providing local professional support to Gram Panchayat under

Gram Swaraj (K.P.S.P. Project) in Raichur District.

Ref:-Notification in Vijay Karnataka Daily Dated:05-01-07.

Respected Sir,

Grettings from SADHANA SINDHANUR.

Sir, I would like to introduce about our organization (N.G.O) REGISTERED UNDER K.S.R Act1960 No. SCR/78/95 Dt. 29-07-1995 which is established at: Sindhanur city of Raichur district in Karnataka State. Our society was established by group of people with a social commitment initiating various socio-Economic, Education and vocational activities for the welfare of the downtrodden classes.

Currently we are engaged in Jala Nirmal project funded by World Bank through Karnataka Rural water supply and sanitation agency Bangalore and J.S.Y.S. funded by State Govt.

At present we are involving Women’s Child Education, and Care and Child Labour Rehabilitation activities, Community based Water Conservation, Sanitation, programmes HIV/AIDS, Prevention activities.

Our society received International Prestigious Award from Mr.SHADALKSHARAPPA & TARACHARITIY OF USA for our dedicated services for disadvantaged sectors of peoples. The award consists of Rs 40,000.00 cash and citation.

We are already involving Gramp swaraj Programma for preparation of action plan in 5 GP of Chitapur Taluka Gulbarga District. And 25 GP ‘s of Sindhanur Taluka or Raichur District. We are very much interested to Expression of Interest for providing local Professional support to Gram Panchayat in Raichur in Raichur District. So please recived the same .

Thanking your Sir,

Yours Sincerely,

Sharanapp Barsi,

Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

H.No.# 3-1-39/A Mathru Krupa

Vasavi Nagar pwd Camp

Sindhanur 584128 Dt: Raichur

Tel:08535-223699 Cell: 9448302953 Fax: 08535-223334

Email: SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

SADHANA

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (E.O.I.) FOR

PROVIDING LOCAL PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT TO GRAM PANCCHAYAT UNDER GRAM SWARAJ (K.P.S.P PROJECT)

IN RAICHUR DISTRICT.

1

Name of the Organisation

:

SADHANA

2

Address of the Organisation with Telephone / Fax / Email.

:

H.No.#7/1/39/A Matru Krupa Vasavi Nagar PWD. Camp P.B.No.19 Sindhanur-584128

Raichur Karnataka India. Ph: 223699 Mb:9448302953 Fax :08535-223334 –2300175

Email : Sadhan_organ@yahoo.co.in.

3.

Name of Contact Person with Phone Number / Mobile

:

Sharanappa Barsi

Secretary

Ph: 08535 223699 Mb:9448302953

4.

Legal Status of Registration (Whether Charitable or Trust or any Other specify)

:

Society Registered under K.S.R. ACT 1960.

5.

Registration Number & Date

:

SADHANA is registered under Karnataka Registration Act 1960 in the office of The District Registrar of Societies, Raichur, Reg. NO. SOR 78/95

Date : 29-7-1995.

6.

Renewal Date

:

07-06-05. Certificate enclosed.

7.

Any Tax exemption Certificate example 12A, 80G & 35AC or any other, please specify each with Number)

:

7.1

PAN No.

:

ABCFS4980Q / ITO WARD-1, RAICHUR

7.2

12A/ No.

:

59/12A/CIT-GLB/2006-07.

7.3

8OGNo.

:

Valid up 05-10-2005 TO 31-03-2009 Certificate enclosed.

8

FCRA Number and Date

:

FCR No. 0946000323 Date:26-3-2001

Certificate enclosed.

9

Name of the Bank and Address

:

Pragathi Grameena Bank Main Road Sindhanur – 584128.

10

Account Number

:

16271

11

Area of Operation

:

Entire Karnataka Presently working in Raichur, Koppal,& Gulbarga.

12.

Proffessional Tax Registration

:

Organisation already registered in Dept. of Commercial Tax under Professional Tax Act. Certificate enclosed.

13.

Income Tax Returns Statement

:

Last 3 years income returns Statement enclosed.

Introduction of the Organisation :-

SADHANA” organisation has evolved into a much stronger organization which has undertaken various welfare programmes over the years with help of State and Central Government. With its commitment and dedication “SADHANA” organisation has successfully completed all these welfare programmes with a fair degree of success. The below are the lines which would express the evolution of the ‘SADHANA’ organisation over the years.

Since from the date of its inception “SADHANA” has been working for the cause of rural development through sustainable livelihood for the rural poor. “SADHANA” organisation sincerely believes that empowerment of rural poor needs to be strengthened by community-based approaches, involving the full cooperation and participation of rural poor and the general public. With the above mentioned mission in view “SADHANA” has organized various community development, natural resource management, and building community based institutions over the years in the Sindhanur and neighbouring talukas of Raichur District. Through these programmes “SADHANA” organisation has successfully instilled a sense of self-reliance, self-efficiency and a sense of empowerment among the rural poor in the various villages of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. While aiming at the comprehensive development of the rural poor, “SADHANA” organisation has implemented many community based projects for the benefit of the society, which have been described in the below given words.

SADHANA” has been selected by the Karnataka State Aids Prevention Society, (KSAPS), Bangalore, and Indo-Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Programme (I-CHAP) for implementing HIV/AIDS awareness among the migrants of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. This World Bank assisted HIV/AIDS awareness project is going to be implemented in the next month.

With the objective of sustainability and women empowerment “SADHANA” organisation has been implementing the World Bank and I-Pad aided “Swashakti” programme for last three years. “SADHANA” organisation has been mobilizing women in the villages and formed 50 and 5 cluster federations Self Help Groups, started savings, provided training to women for capacity building, arranged exposure visits to get practical knowledge on the concept of “Swashakti”. Organisation has provided financial linkages to the Self Help Groups with the help of Banks.

With the assistance of Zilla Panchayat, Raichur “SADHANA” has successfully organized community organisation, formation of self-help groups, collection of community contribution, rainwater harvesting and conservation and etc in the eight watershed areas of Manvi, Lingasugur and Devadurga taluka of Raichur District. Recognizing and appreciating the good work of “SADHANA” organisation in the field of watershed development and community organisation, “SADHANA” has been selected as one of the N.G.O. representatives of District Dry land Development Committee.

SADHANA” has conducted environment awareness camps in three villages under the programme of “National Environment Awareness Campaign” patronized by Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Government of India through ‘Karnataka Vignana Parishat’ Bangalore. “SADHANA” has conducted Environment Awareness Camps in the targeted villages for ten days by involving the forest department personals and distributed plants to the farmers for plantation. To improve the economic standard of farmers organisation has urged the farmers to develop horticulture in their drylands through providing training with the help of horticulture department personnel. Though, Sindhanur Taluka where the “SADHANA” has been actively working is naturally endowed with irrigation. The majority of the land holdings in the Taluka are irrigated. But the farmers have not understood the resourcefulness of water and land. Considering the precious value of water and land, “SADHANA” has organized a five days training programmes on Horticulture, Agriculture and Ayurvedic crops. There were about 155 farmers present and have taken the benefit during the programme.

As a part of sustainable development of rural poor through, community based approaches, “SADHANA” organisation has conducted Vermi Compost Training to farmers which has been financially assisted by CAPART, Dharwar. “SADHANA” organization has successfully completed training to 70 farmers and established 70 vermi compost units in the selected villages.

Natural Resource Management has always been a major priority of the “SADHANA” organisation. Hence, as a part of Natural Resource Management organisation has formed forest management committees in the selected villages of Sindhanur Taluk and has given training to them and arranged exposure visits to gain the practical experience in the protection of forest and forest produce.

6

No. of years of experience in rural water supply and sanitation sector

I)Details of experience in IEC activity in Urban Poverty Alleviation Programmes in various sectors like:

SADHANA Sindhanur a Non-Governmental voluntary organisation working with the community of Raichur and Koppal districts of North Karnataka region where the development initiatives are ignored or neglected either way. It has been working with a set of need based activities which have been identified with its involvement with the community for last 9 years. It has extended its activities in the following areas.

A)Environment and sanitation (Solid Waste Management in particular)

SADHANA has been conducting various IEC activities with special focus to rise the level of knowledge among the community as per as environment preservation is concerned. Its has formed 8 village forest committee under JFMP programmes and conducted PRA activities and entry point activities are on. With the urban community through SHGs a series activities especially with in slums area have been conducted for abolishing use of plastic, converting domestic organic waste into very compost and construction of sanitarial latrines under SJSRY programmes. It is also implemented CAPART sponsored programmes of vermi compost in 10 villages in Sindhanur taluka. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –XI

  1. Health :

i)Reproductive and Child Health programme(RCH)

SADHANA has been identified as a field programme implementation NGO for Raichur district by SOSVA-K a mother NGO for Karnataka State nominated by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of Union Govt. of India for implementation of Reproductive Child health Programme in Raichur district. Under the project SADHANA is responsible for implementing the components of,

  1. Identification of eligible couples

  2. Adolescent girls/boys education

  3. Dissemination of ANC/PNC services.

  4. Immunization services

  5. Intervention of adoption of spacing methods

  6. Education and treatment with regard to RTI/STD/HIV/AIDS.

  7. Promotion of 100% institutional deliveries.

  8. Preparation of spacing methods

  9. Propagation of Herbal species which have been locally produced or renovation.

  10. Documentation of existing practices and change mediums with regard to family planning.

SADHANA has been given extension of the project by considering its exemplary work in the area of RCH. The supporting documentation is enclosed as Annexure- I

i)HIV/AIDS/Targeted intervention programme for agricultural migrants Karnataka State AIDS prevention society Bangalore has identified SADHANA Sindhanur is one of the field programme implementing agency after its careful observation of SADHANA’s involvement in the area of HIV/AIDS, its control and prevention.

SADHANA has been given with assignment of target intervention programme for agricultural migrants of five major Andhra migrant camps of Sindhanur taluka of Raichur district. The project is running since last six months in the following area.

  1. Awareness with regard to HIV/AIDS prevention

  2. Behaviour change communication

  3. Identification of STD cases and referral services.

  4. Condom promotion.

  5. Creation of enabling environment

The documents supporting to be above are enclosed as Annexure – II

i)Adoption of primary health centers

Government off Karnataka Department of Health and Family Welfare has initiated an innovative scheme titled adoption of remote primary health centers where the couple protection rate is below 30 % (CPR) and staff rate is below 50%. SADHANA has been identified as one of the eminent agencies by the department for the above and the process of handling over the PHCs is on. The documents supporting above are enclosed as Annexure – III

ii)General health check up and ophthalmic camps:

Right from its inception SADHANA has been organising various health check up camps and eye surgery camp for the benefits of its beneficiary families of the target area. Till today the organisation has conducted a total of 29 general health care camps and 17 ophthalmic camps. The documents supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –IV

iii)Pulse Polio Immunization :

The organisation is active in the mobilizing the community for pulse polio immunization right from the beginning. The UNICEP Hyderabad unit has identified SADHANA as a nodal agency for Sindhanur Block to coordinate with community based organisation for successful implementation of the pulse polio immunization. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –V

i)Apart from the above SADHANA has conducted 9 cancer awareness programmes and 3 de-addiction awareness programme and 16 animal health check up camps in the project area which have been coordinated with district health family welfare officer department of concerned primary health care centre and veterinary department etc.

B)Education :

i)Total Literacy Programme: SADHANA is a part of Total literacy programme which has been implemented by Zilla Saksharata Samiti Raichur in organising completely of target villages. Presently it is monitoring the continuing education centers of Sindhanur Taluk with Taluka Literacy Committee Sindhanur. The secretary of SADHANA is also member of executive committee for literacy. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –VI

ii)Child Labour Programme: SADHANA is implementing a Day school for child labours in Indira nagar, Urban slum area of Sindhanur city which is sponsored by Ministry of Labour Govt. of India through district child labour society under NCLP programme. 98 working children are enrolled in Govt. schools by intervention of the organisation activities. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –VII

iii)Programme of Child Rights : SADHANA is conducting series of IEC activities on child rights in coordination with the CACLK and EKTHA NGO network Raichur and total of 5 programmes have been conducting in this line. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –VIII

iv)Education Guarantee Scheme: Under the programme of education for all Sarva Shikshana Abhiyana SADHANA has been given to the responsibility of conducting survey of school less villages / camps / hamlets in Sindhanur taluka. The organisation has conducted detailed survey of 27 school less villages and the authorities have recommended to start of 12 schools W.E.F. from June-2004. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –IX

C)Women Development:

SADHANA has done exemplary work in the area of women development since its inception and women organisation is strength of SADHANA. The programmes conducted under women development are as under.

  1. Formation of SHGs – 128 SHGs consisting members total 2558 in three talukas of Raichur and Koppal Districts

  2. Thrift and credit programmes of Rs. 1959558 as on 31-03-2004.

  3. Leadership and communication training a total of 69 training covering 1800 women members.

  4. Gender equity training: A total of 55 trainees covering 1650 women members.

  5. Training for capacity building for women members for Panchayat Raj Institution: A total of 29 trainings covering 725 women members.

  6. Convergency with Government Dept. programmes: A total of 1250 women members in 58 trades with a total of 650000 Rs. Lone/Subsidy amount received from the different line departments.

  7. Apart from these above SADHANA is also conducting awareness generation programmes for women members to prevent atrocity over them. and it is also running 15 literacy centers covering 455 members. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –X

D)Skill Training :

SADHANA is conducting various need based skill training programmes with the objectives of upgrading existing skills and increasing their income ability. Till date 101 trainings conducted from which a total of 2050 of women have been trained. The secretary of SADHANA is one of the members of Jana Shikshana Samsthana. It is one of the renewed agency of skill training supported by Ministry of HRD Govt. of India. SADHANA is also member of many skill based institutions. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –XII.

E)SHG:

As it is mentioned earlier, the strength of the organisation SADHANA has implemented the following programme for the development of SHGs.

  1. It is implementing World Bank assisted Swashakthi programme which is also titled as Rural Women Empowerment Programme under which 50 SHGs have been formed consisting 926 members.

  2. It is formed 5 SHG cluster federation and one taluka SHG federation and these federations have also initiated taluka multipurpose women Souhardha Cooperative society at Sindhanur.

  3. It is also formed one business counseling center (BCC) exclusively for the benefit of these SHG members.

  4. It has also identified 11 master trainers to provide periodically training component to these SHG members.

  5. SADHANA also identified as nodal agency by NABARD and department of Women and Child Development Raichur implementing various training programmes to Shtreeshakthi SHGs. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –XIII

  6. SADHANA has organised district level exhibition cum production mela by the SHG members IG products in the Sindhanur city supported by NABARD Bangalore. The supporting to the above are enclosed as Annexure –XIV

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No. of years of experience in rural Development sector.

Introduction: Since from the last fifty years India has been trying hard to alleviate the poverty among the common masses and rural poor, but still it persists with and growing with a alarming length and speed. Though, there was a development in some sectors of the economy but a major section of the population still lives in below poverty line, which is quite unacceptable. It is quite evident from the development experience of the Indian economy in last fifty years that the benefits of the economic reforms or government measures have not reached to the poorer sections of the population, which is widely anticipated. Since mid 70’s Government has launched many programmes like, self and wage employment programmes, to make a direct attack on poverty. For the poorest of poor, special schemes were devised such as Antodaya, differential interest rate lending and the like. But unfortunately, these did not turn out to be as effective as one had hoped.

As studies have shown, a major reason for the lackluster results of these Government programmes has been the failure to involve the local community in design, implementation and monitoring. This is aggravated by the fact that such schemes invariably have a preset design rigidly applicable to the whole country. These apart, the poor had virtually no access to credit from either the banking or cooperative system. What was needed was a system which could be accommodated within the existing village environment, had the autonomy to take quick operational decisions and cater for the individual needs of the poor. It was in response to this need that the Self Help Groups, or as the Affinity Groups came into existence, mainly promoted by NGO’s. These are groups held together by shared needs or interests and traditional social relations. In this regard, “SADHANA”, Sindhanur has been a pioneer and has successfully promoted a large number of affinity groups in Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District.

(a). Description and History of Proposing Organisation:

SADHANA, Sindhanur is a Non-Governmental, Voluntary organisation registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960, in the Office of District Registrar of Societies, Raichur vide No. SOR /78/95 dated 29-7-1995. The main objective behind establishment of SADHANA is to offer equal opportunities to the disadvantaged sectors of the society in Raichur district. Raichur is one of the most backward and drought prone district in Karnataka state, where formation of Non- Governmental organisations is essentially required. Mr. Sharanappa Barsi, Secretary, of the organisation has been working with students and Non-student youths of the district of various issues like leadership, literacy and development activities, has gathered a team of young people who had a vision of equal society and as a result, SADHANA was established.

Mr. Sharanappa Barsi is basically a practicing Advocate gave up his practice for the benefit of the society and welfare and associated with the organisation for full time. Ever since its inception SADHANA is trying to generate resources from various sources to initiate the activities which would provide equal opportunities to the targeted population. SADHANA is also registered under FCRA Act 1976 by the Ministry of Home Affairs of Union Govt. of India, vide No. 094610023 on 26-3-2001.

To improve its functional ability SADHANA has also enrolled its membership with various resource agencies and Net workings and details are as under.1) Ekatha NGO Net work, Raichur 2) Fevoard-K-Bangalore 3) V.H.A.K. Bangalore 4) Mic-Net-K Bangalore 5) C.B.R Network, Bangalore 6) UNESCO, Bangalore 7) INHAF-FORUM Bangalore 8) Campaign Against Child Labour, Bangalore 9) Regional Resource Centre- Bangalore 10) Jana Aranya Vedike, Bangalore. 11) AVORD Net work- Bangalore

SADHANA is also implementing various programmes like Education to Child Labour Literacy Centre, Formation of SHG’s, Trainings, Thrift and Credit Programmes, Income Generation Programmes and other need based awareness generation activities to raise the level standard of living of the targeted families. The activities, which would improve the living condition, should be agri-based since, the people of Raichur district solely depend on agriculture. The rainfall is normally low in dry areas of the district. Though, Sindhanur Taluk is being provided with irrigation facilities by Tungabhadra Left Bank Canal, which will cover a total of 40% of landholdings, landless labourers still consists a huge number. SADHANA also working with elder peoples to improve their socio-economic and health condition through self-help groups formations.

The productive and dedicated activities of SADHANA, Sindhanur were also identified and appreciated by Shadaksharappa & Tara Charities, U.S.A and they awarded the organisation with the cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- in the year 2002. At the same time SADHANA has received an appreciation letter from “World Micro Credit Summit Award” from U.S.A. in the year 2002.

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No. of years of Experience in the Region.

SADHANA Sindhanur a Non-Governmental voluntary organisation working with the community of Raichur and Koppal districts of North Karnataka region where the development initiatives are ignored or neglected either way. It has been working with a set of need based activities which have been identified with its involvement with the community for last 9 years.The major projects implemented in the last 9 years as follows

The Present Activities of SADHANA :

SN

TITLE OF SCHEME

AMOUNT

RS

COMPLETED / ON GOING

MEASURES TAKEN FOR SUSTAINABILITY

1.

Women Awareness programme (KWDC B’lore 12-6-1999)

3,000

Completed

100 Women trained in EAP programmes.

2.

Child Labour Special School(Ministry of Labour Govt. of India 14-6-1999)

1,58,980

On Going

22 Students enrolled in Govt. Schools.

3.

Mobile Registration

10-6-1999 Dept of Employment and Labour, Raichur )

500

Completed

233 Unemployed youths have Registered their names in Employment Exchange. Office

4.

Self Help groups formation & Management (Ekatha NGO Net Work, Raichur)

35,900

On going

22 SHG’s formed in Rural villages

5.

Health Awareness & HIV Aids Awareness Programme (VHAK Bangalore)

25,800

On going

40 RMP Doctors 55 Anganawadi workers have trained in Health & Aids prevention field.

6.

Child Labour Special School (Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India 30-9-2000 )

1,19,531

On going

32 school dropouts have enrolled in government schools.

7.

Women’s Awareness programme (KWDC Bangalore 12-2-2000

3,000

Completed

125 women beneficiaries have trained in EAP programme

8.

Tailoring Training (KWDC Bangalore

29-6-2000)

7,380

Completed

10 Widows have trained in basic Tailoring skill

9.

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated 29-8-2000)

25,600

On going

15 Need based activities introduced to 250 women beneficiaries thoroughly.

10.

Organization of Beneficiaries (CAPART R.C Dharwad 15-3-2001)

65,000

Completed

Organised 10 beneficiaries in 15 remote villages of Sindhanur taluka and 15 SHGs formed.

11.

Shepherd Development Project (Jana Jagarana Belgaum

20-8-2000)

18,500

On going

Working with Shepherd Community in 12 remote villages in Sindhanur taluka (formed 1 sheep rearing and wool development Co-Operative Society)

12.

Shishupalana Kendra

(Zilla Panchayat Raichur)

40,000

On going

25 children is covered in urban slum of Sindhanur Town.

13.

Awareness Programme in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation (KVK Raichur 18-9-2001

3,000

On going

25 formers have trained in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation system.

14.

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore 29-10-2001)

316690

Yearly

On going

Organized the rural women in Sindhanur & Lingasugur Taluka from 25 remote villages for SHG formation & women empowerment in socio-economic fields.

15.

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

1,00,000

On going

The RCH programme has taken in 10 remote villages comes under Badarli PHC. This is on going programme

16.

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

6,00,000

On going

10,000 migrants have thoroughly got knowledge about prevention and control of HIV / AIDS where camp conducted at Jalihal village ..

17.

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

20,000

On going

120 elders have got eye cataract operation. Successfully.

18 .

Jala Samvardhana Yojana Sangha under cluster facilitation team Raichur

35,50,000

Ongoing

To build the 30 Community Based Tank Management institutions in the block of Raichur district carried out the tank rehabilitation programme

19.

Karnataka Rural Water supply and Sanitation Project (World Bank aided Jala Nirmal )

2058,000.

On-going

Working in four blocks eight GP covring 39 villages in Raichur Block.

20.

Total Sanitation Project Under ZP Gulbarga

625000.

On-going

Initiating of IEC Activities in Ten GPs 59 villages of Chincholi Block of Gulbarga District.

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No. of years of Experience in the Project Area :

SADHANA implemented various development and poverty elimination programme in the last 9 years covering three blocks of Raichur district and one block of Koppal district.

The detailed programmes implemented are mentioned in the serial No. 8 statement

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Details of assignments carried out in last five (5) years.

  1. Community Development :

SADHANA” organisation has evolved into a much stronger organization which has undertaken various welfare programmes over the years with help of State and Central Government and World Bank. With its commitment and dedication “SADHANA” organisation has successfully completed all these welfare programmes with a fair degree of success. The below are the lines which would express the evolution of the ‘SADHANA’ organisation over the years.

Since from the date of its inception “SADHANA” has been working for the cause of rural development through sustainable livelihood for the rural poor. “SADHANA” organisation sincerely believes that empowerment of rural poor needs to be strengthened by community-based approaches, involving the full cooperation and participation of rural poor and the general public. With the above mentioned mission in view “SADHANA” has organized various community development, natural resource management, and building community based institutions over the years in the Sindhanur and neighbouring talukas of Raichur District. Through these programmes “SADHANA” organisation has successfully instilled a sense of self-reliance, self-efficiency and a sense of empowerment among the rural poor in the various villages of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. While aiming at the comprehensive development of the rural poor, “SADHANA” organisation has implemented many community based projects for the benefit of the society, which have been described in the below given words.

SADHANA” has been selected by the Karnataka State Aids Prevention Society, (KSAPS), Bangalore, and Indo-Canadian Humanitarian Assistance Programme (I-CHAP) for implementing HIV/AIDS awareness among the migrants of Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District. This World Bank assisted HIV/AIDS awareness project is going to be implemented in the next month.

With the objective of sustainability and women empowerment “SADHANA” organisation has been implementing the World Bank and I-Pad aided “Swashakti” programme for last three years. “SADHANA” organisation has been mobilizing women in the villages and formed 50 and 5 cluster federations Self Help Groups, started savings, provided training to women for capacity building, arranged exposure visits to get practical knowledge on the concept of “Swashakti”. Organisation has provided financial linkages to the Self Help Groups with the help of Banks.

With the assistance of Zilla Panchayat, Raichur “SADHANA” has successfully organized community organisation, formation of self-help groups, collection of community contribution, rainwater harvesting and conservation and etc in the eight watershed areas of Manvi, Lingasugur and Devadurga taluka of Raichur District. Recognizing and appreciating the good work of “SADHANA” organisation in the field of watershed development and community organisation, “SADHANA” has been selected as one of the N.G.O. representatives of District Dry land Development Committee.

SADHANA” has conducted environment awareness camps in three villages under the programme of “National Environment Awareness Campaign” patronized by Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Government of India through ‘Karnataka Vignana Parishat’ Bangalore. “SADHANA” has conducted Environment Awareness Camps in the targeted villages for ten days by involving the forest department personals and distributed plants to the farmers for plantation. To improve the economic standard of farmers organisation has urged the farmers to develop horticulture in their drylands through providing training with the help of horticulture department personnel. Though, Sindhanur Taluka where the “SADHANA” has been actively working is naturally endowed with irrigation. The majority of the land holdings in the Taluka are irrigated. But the farmers have not understood the resourcefulness of water and land. Considering the precious value of water and land, “SADHANA” has organized a five days training programmes on Horticulture, Agriculture and Ayurvedic crops. There were about 155 farmers present and have taken the benefit during the programme.

As a part of sustainable development of rural poor through, community based approaches, “SADHANA” organisation has conducted Vermi Compost Training to farmers which has been financially assisted by CAPART, Dharwar. “SADHANA” organization has successfully completed training to 70 farmers and established 70 vermi compost units in the selected villages.

Natural Resource Management has always been a major priority of the “SADHANA” organisation. Hence, as a part of Natural Resource Management organisation has formed forest management committees in the selected villages of Sindhanur Taluk and has given training to them and arranged exposure visits to gain the practical experience in the protection of forest and forest produce.

  1. Engineering :

SADHANA implemented Karnataka community based tank rehabilitation programme under the support of Jala Samvardhana Yojana Sangha Bangalore (JSYS) initiating engineering works in the tank rehabilitation works.

  1. Both Community Development and Engineering:

SADHANA initiating both community development and engineering projects as follows :

  1. World Bank Aided Swashakthi A Rural Women Empowerment Programme.

  2. World Bank Aided Karnataka Community Based Tank Rehabilitation Project under JSYS Bangalore.

  3. Solid waste management programme under KUIDF Bangalore and Muncipal Administration Bangalore.

  4. JFPM Programme under Dept. Forest Raichur, Koppal.

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Details of assignments on hand :

  1. Community Development:

Detailed Description of Grants-in Aid Received in last 3 years:

Sl No

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore

Organising women through S.H.G.s and work for 3women empowerment

316690 –00

Yearly

316690 –00

Yearly

3

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

Creating awareness about reproductive and child health among the masses

1,00,000-00

1,00,000-00

4

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

Creating awareness about HIV/AIDS among the migrants

6,00,000-00

6,00,000-00

5

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

Conducting cataract operation on elders

20,000-00

20,000-00

6

Karnataka Community Based Tank Management Programme Under JSYS Bangalore

To build 30 Community Based Tank Management Institutions in Raichur block of Raichur Taluka

35,50,000-00

6,75,000-00

7

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

8

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

  1. Engineering :

Sl No

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

3

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

  1. Both Community Development and Engineering :

Serial No.

Name of donor

Purpose of fund

Amount sanctioned (Rs)

Actually received (Rs)

1

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated

15 need based activities have been introduced to 250 women beneficiaries

25,600-00

25,600-00

2

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore

Organising women through S.H.G.s and work for 3women empowerment

316690 –00

Yearly

316690 –00

Yearly

3

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

Creating awareness about reproductive and child health among the masses

1,00,000-00

1,00,000-00

4

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

Creating awareness about HIV/AIDS among the migrants

6,00,000-00

6,00,000-00

5

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

Conducting cataract operation on elders

20,000-00

20,000-00

6

Karnataka Community Based Tank Management Programme Under JSYS Bangalore

To build 30 Community Based Tank Management Institutions in Raichur block of Raichur Taluka

35,50,000-00

6,75,000-00

7

Muncipal Solid Waste Management Programme Under KUIDF and Muncipal administration Bangalore

To create awareness on muncipal waste management and water and sanitation

2,16,500-00

50,000-00

8

Popularisation of vermi compost in rural area funded by CAPART RC office Dharwad.

To create 75 vermi compost demonstration pits and create awareness among community in 10 villages

2,69,500-00

1,40,000-00

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Office infrastructure / facilities available :

Infrastructure Facilities Available for Taking up the IEC Activity.
The organisation has the following infrastructures for conducting IEC activities under the project effectively:

1) Cultural groups with master trainers to perform street plays, gee gee padas, folk songs, etc..

  1. Public address system (Mic set).

  2. Television .

  3. Tape recorder.

  4. Play cards.

  5. Over head projector .

  6. Digital camera.

  7. Two wheelers 6

  8. Four Wheelers – 2

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Organisation Chart.:

Details of organisation chart enclosed :

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Professional Staff with the Organisation

Professional Staff Available in the Organisation :

Sl.No

Particulars of the professionals

No of staff

Male

Female

Total

1

Agriculture specialist

01

02

03

2

Social scientist (Engineers)

03

01

04

3

Gender specialist

01

02

03

4

Doctors (part time)

02

01

03

5

Environmental specialist

01

01

02

15

Capital of the Organisation. (Financial statement for the last three (3) years & latest available audit report) :

SADHANA raising funds from various Central and State Government and Zilla Panchayat programmes a total of 15,53,148-00

FINANCIAL STATUS OF THE ORGANISATION :

SL.NO.

YEAR

INCOME

EXPENDITURE

01

1999-2000

3,68,760.00

3,08,770.00

02

2000-2001

3,79,710.00

3,67,339.00

03

2001-2002

6,16,865.47

6,11,549.47

04

2002-2003

15,53,148.00

12,42,010.00

05.

2003-20004

1449978.58

1421874.77

06.

2004-2005

2092344.00

2069280.00

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Ongoing / Pending Litigation / Dispute with RDPR Department, Govt. of Karnataka in respect of any of their earlier Assignment, if any, and its Present Status.

There are no disputes on the organisation with RDPR Department Govt. of Karnataka in respect of any of their earlier assignments.

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Additional Information, if any :

The efforts of the organisation to uplift the living conditions of Rural and Urban weaker section and Child development have Recognized by Shadaksharappa & Tara Charities, U.S.A International Award has been given during the year 2001. The award consists of cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- and a certificate.

The efforts of the organisation in the area of Micro-Credit has also been recognized by Micro Credit summit USA   and they have issued the Certificate of Appreciation and extended the invitation & to participate in World Micro Credit Summit to be held at New York in the month of November 2002.

18. N.GO. Experience in Gram Swaraj Programme:-

SADHANA Implementing various Community Based Projects with Efective Participation of the Rural Poor and Panchayat Raj Institutions.

Karnataka Gram Panchayat Strenghtening project (K.P.S.P) Implementing in 5 GP’s of Chitapur Taluka of Gulbarga and 35 GP’s in Sindhanur Taluka of Raichur District for Preparation Action Plan with conducting Ward meeting and Gram Sabha order copy enclosed. Organisation having good trainded Staff & Dedicated Staff for implementing the K.P.SP.) Project.

SADHANA organisation various Good experience with Panchayat Raj Institution for giving Training Preparation of Project Report, Fund Management and Capacity Building of G.P. Members as well as Staff Various ProgrammeS. Sanction order copy enclosed herewith for kind Persual & Necessary action.

Date : 23-10-2007 (Sharanappa Barsi)

Place : Sindhanur Secretary

SADHANA Sindhanur

EXPRESSION OF INTERESTI (E.O.I.) FOR PROVIDING LOCAL PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT TO GRAM PANCHAYAT UNDER

GRAM SWARAJ (K.P.S.P PROJECT)

IN RAICHUR DISTRICT

Submitted to,

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

ZILLA PANCHAYAT

RAICHUR

Submitted by,

SADHANA

#7-1-7-39A, “Mathru Krupa”

Vasavinagar pwd camp, P.B.#19,

Sindhanur-584128, Raichur District PH: (08535-523699, FAX:08535 – 223334-2300175.

Email; SADHANA_organ@yahoo.co.in

 

Sadhana Details of the projects implementing in the year 2012-13

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

SADHANA, SINDHANUR

Details of the projects implementing in the year 2012-13

SL.

No

name OF THE PROGRAMMES

Sponsored by

project cost

1

Karnataka community based tank management project

JALASAMVARDHANA YOJANA SANGHA SADHASHIVANAGAR BANGALORE

35,50,000

2

KARANATAKA RURAL SUPLY AND SANITATION

(JALANIRMALA ) PROJECT

Director, K.R.w.s.s.

Kaveri Bhavan IIIfloor

B’lore

20,83,529

3

Rural Empowerment Programmes (swashakthi)

Managing director k.s.w.d.c 6th floor B’lore

9,23,420.

4

Popularisation of Vermi Compost in rural area

Capart regional office

dharwad

2,69,000

5

National Child Labour Elemination Project

Deputy commissioner &chairman Dist chaild labour society

Raichur

2,50,000

6

aids prevention among the migrants

Managing director karnataka aids prevention society crishent road

B’lore

6,00,000

7

S.H.G. Formation and Empowerment programme

Managing director R.D.C.C BANK

RAICHRU

1,58,000

8

DRESS DESIGNING TRAINIG PROGRAMME

Managing director k.s.w.d.c 6th floor

B’lore

60,000

9

VILLAGE FOREST COMMITTIES STRENGTHNING PROGRAMME

Deputy consevrvator of forest Raichur

75,000

The Present Activities of Sadhana :

SL.

No

TITLE OF SCHEME

Amount.

Rs.

Completed/ On Going

Measures Taken for Sustainability

1

Women Awareness Programme (KWDC B’lore 12-6-1999)

3,000-00

Completed

100 Women trained in EAP programmes.

2

Child Labour Special School

(Ministry of Labour Govt. of India 14-6-1999)

1,58,980-00

On Going

22 Students enrolled in Govt. Schools.

3

Mobile Registration 10-6-1999 Dept of Employment and Labour, Raichur )

500-00

Completed

233 Unemployed youths have Registered their names in Employment Exchange. Office

4

Self Help groups formation & Management (Ekatha NGO Net Work, Raichur)

35,900-00

On going

22 SHG’s formed in Rural villages

5

Health Awareness & HIV Aids Awareness Programme (VHAK Bangalore)

25,800-00

On going

40 RMP Doctors 55 Anganawadi workers have trained in Health & Aids prevention field.

6

Child Labour Special School (Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India 30-9-2000 )

1,19,531-00

On going

32 school dropouts have enrolled in government schools.

7

Women’s Awareness programme (KWDC Bangalore 12-2-2000

3,000-00

Completed

125 women beneficiaries have trained in EAP programme

8

Tailoring Training (KWDC Bangalore

29-6-2000)

7,380-00

Completed

10 Widows have trained in basic Tailoring skill

9

Self Employment Training (JSS Raichur dated 29-8-2000)

25,600-00

On going

15 Need based activities introduced to 250 women beneficiaries thoroughly.

10

Organization of Beneficiaries (CAPART R.C Dharwad 15-3-2001)

65,000-00

Completed

Organised 10 beneficiaries in 15 remote villages of Sindhanur taluka and 15 SHGs formed.

11

Shepherd Development Project (Jana Jagarana Belgaum

20-8-2000)

18,500-00

On going

Working with Shepherd Community in 12 remote villages in Sindhanur taluka (formed 1 sheep rearing and wool development Co-Operative Society)

12

Shishupalana Kendra

(Zilla Panchayat Raichur)

40,000-00

On going

25 children is covered in urban slum of Sindhanur Town.

13

Awareness Programme in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation (KVK Raichur 18-9-2001

3,000-00

On going

25 formers have trained in Medicinal & Aromatic Crops cultivation system.

14

Swashakti Programme

(World Bank aided KWDC Bangalore 29-10-2001)

316690 -00

Yearly

On going

Organized the rural women in Sindhanur & Lingasugur Taluka from 25 remote villages for SHG formation & women empowerment in socio-economic fields.

15

Re-productive and Child Health programme funded by Ministry of Health & family welfare, Govt. of India, New Delhi through SOSVA-K

1,00,000-00

On going

The RCH programme has taken in 10 remote villages comes under Badarli PHC. This is on going programme

16

HIV/AIDS prevention activities in Andhra migrants of Sindhanur Taluka funded by K.S.A.P.S. Bangalore

6,00,000-00

On going

10,000 migrants have thoroughly got knowledge about prevention and control of HIV / AIDS where camp conducted at Jalihal village ..

17

National Blindness Control programme

Funded by Ministry of Health Govt. of India, New Delhi through Dist. Blindness Control committee, Raichur

20,000-00

On going

120 elders have got eye cataract operation. Successfully.

18

Jala Samvardhana Yojana Sangha under cluster facilitation team Raichur

35,50,000-00

Ongoing

To build the 30 Community Based Tank Management institutions in the block of Raichur district carried out the tank rehabilitation programme

19

Karnataka Rural Water supply and Sanitation Project (World Bank aided Jala Nirmal )

2058,000.00

On-going

Working in four blocks eight GP covring 39 villages in Raichur Block.

20

Total Sanitation Project Under ZP Gulbarga

625000.00

On-going

Initiating of IEC Activities in Ten GPs 59 villages of Chincholi Block of Gulbarga District.

21

Bio-DiversityReservation Project in Koppal District

200000.00

On-going

Formation of the BMC, Training Programme

22

Micro Finance Through ICICI Bank as a Business Correspondent

1500000.00

On-going

Identifying SHG’s for Micro Finanace & follow up for repayment

23

Facilitator in NREGA Program Zilla Panchyath

235000.00

On-going

Prepartion of Action plan facilitating NREGA Programme in Sindhanur block of Raichur district

24

Bio-Fuel Programme

125000.00

On-going

Awareness & Capacity Building of GP’s, SHG’s Self services SDMC’s VFC’s other CBO’s in Sindhanur taluk of Raichur District

25

Skill Training

125000.00

On-going

Collaboration with mind skill organization for skill training & placement services

Sadhana Raichur Govt school children’s support

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

Sadhana –Raichur Govt school children’s support

school

Sadhana is working last 23yeras to implement child education programme in Raichur district of Karnataka

We are implementing child labour elimination programme under NJLP programme we served more 125 child labour from main streem more than 55 girl children also main streem

Know we are planning to improve the condition of govt school primary lived both urban & rural area

We adapted 50 govt primary school we need support from cloud funding.

1.supply of Decks -300

2.computer Lab -05-units

3.Development of play ground with acceresonys

4. establishment of govt library

5. Nights school for low study performances students.

Functional Vocational Training and Research Society

Ffunctional Vocational Training

Our Project Proposal titled – Vocational training for youth who are School Dropouts and Unemployed in Sindhanur Taluk, Raichur, Karnataka.Project No. : VT-269/KA-SR

This has reference to our project proposal bearing the above cited project number from FVRTS and your letter seeking clarifications on the proposed projects from this end. Many thanks for your earnest interest on our project and we herewith furnish the clarifications as required by you.

  1. According to the derails furnished by you, we understand that tailoring and beautician training is ongoing with the support of another agency. Why do you then need support from FVTRS for these trades? What is the relevance in repeating the same trades?

The present projects in Tailoring and readymade garment production and Beautician course training programme have been supported by the Karnataka State Women Development Corporation, Bangalore for 30 young women in Sindhanur town. The project has already been completed now. The experience in managing these trades success of the training courses and the local demand for the courses prompted us to propose these trades for impart training for the youth who are school dropped out with the support of FVTRS, Bangalore.

2. How do you train 40 trainees in a batch? Do you have infrastructure to impart the training?

The training will be done in two batches of 4 hours each. The forenoon batch and the afternoon batch will consist of 20 persons each. We have all necessary infrastructure and Resource Personnel to carry out the training for 40 persons in each of the trades proposed.

3. What so you mean by buitition training? Is it beautician course?

YES. Certainly it is Beautician Course.

4. How does the cost of raw material same for all the proposed trades?

The cost of the Raw materials was estimated roughly. However, we have now revisited the cost estimation of the Raw materials and enclosed for your kind perusal.

5. The proposed project does not have agriculture based trades. According to the funding policy of FVTRS the project should cover minimum of 30 per cent youth from agriculture based trades. Further, the project should cover minimum of 50 per cent youth from womenfolk.

Our proposed project in fact covers 30% of the youth from Agriculture based trades. We have proposed to train 120 youth (out of total 300 to be covered) under – “Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools” course This trade will be proposed to cover 40 trainees in three batches. Further, 50% of the youth will be from women folk as out of 300 225 trainees will be female candidates.

6. Specify, how you are planning to incorporate entrepreneurship development programme (EDP) in the training.

The Entrepreneurship Development Programme will be conducted during the course of the skill development programme. 15 days during the Skill development training period EDP will be conducted.

7.       Furnish the curricula of the proposed trades including the entrepreneurial skills.

The curricula of the proposed trades are furnished for your kind consideration.

8.       What is the uniqueness of the project? What are the expected results?

The project envisages imparting employable skills to the participants. The project identifies selects and imparts training to such candidates who will earn their livelihood through the trades in which the organization imparted training on skill development.

The expected results are:

  • 90% + candidate acquire skills in which they are imparted skill development training.

  • At least 60% candidates completed the training would avail the credit assistance from banks and financial institutions to run their own trades.

  • 60% of the candidates successfully completed the training would run their own enterprise.

  • Another 40% of the trainees would find job opportunities in the trades which they are trained.

9.       What is your plan to organize certificates for the proposed training?

The certificates to the candidates who have successfully completed the course will be issued either through Nehru Yuva Kendra, Raichur (an autonomous organisations for youth development and welfare under the aegis of Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India) or through Jana Shikshana Sansthan, Raichur (an organisation set for training of unemployed youth with employable skills under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India) Other possible and appropriate sources will also be found out

10.      Please note that there should be a minimum of 25 per cent of the total cost of the project as local   contribution and maximum cost of the project is 10 lack.

This point will be complied. The revised budget comprises contribution of 25% from the local source

11.     Kindly specify the experience of Sadhana in providing vocational skill training. List the trades   imparted, number of youth trained in each trade, present status of the trained youth.

Poverty alleviation through skill up gradation of the target communities is one the major objectives of Sadhana. In this context, Sadhana had undertaken several projects in the line of skill up gradation and vocational training for income and employment generation for its target communities in its operational area. The following table shows the Vocational training programmed imparted by Sadhana under various trades and the status of the trained you.

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No.

Year

Trade

No. of youth trained

Status of the youth trained

1

2008 Animal Raring 55 55-Self employed

2

2008 Motor Rewinding 20 05- employed

15 -self employed

3

2008 Agarbathi Preparation 25 15 –employed

10- self employed

4

2008 Garments and Fashion Designing 50 15 -employed

35 –self employed

5

2008 Preparation of Vermi Compost 25 25 self employed

6

2009 Petty Shops 30 30 –self employed

7

2009 Dairy Farming 30 09-employed

21-self employed

8

2009 Electricals & Electronics Repair 10 03 -employed

07- self employed

9

2009 Beauty Parlor Training 20 05-employed

15 self employed

10

2009 Tailoring 30 12- employed

18- self employed

11

2010 Leaf Plate Making 40 10 -employed

30 –self employed

12

2010 Screen Printing 20 05- employed

15 –self employed

13

2011 Bakery Products 20 05- employed

15 –self employed

14

2011 Preparation of Papad and Pickles 20 06- employed

14 –self employed

15

2012 Bricks Manufacturing 20 10- employed

10- self employed

16

2012 Bag Making 15 03-employed

12 –self employed

17

2012 Photo/ Videography 10 02- employed

08- self employed

12. What are the training facilities available with Sadhana to impart the proposed project?

The following facilities available with Sadhana to impart the proposed trainings;

(a) Required machineries and equipments.

(b) Resource Personnel

(c) Space for accommodation

(d) Forward linkages such as credit assistance through financial institutions.

13.       Kindly note that we are not supporting for community organizers in our funding.

We have well considered this fact. The revised budget has eliminated the budget component on Community Organisors.

14. Please specify the details of FCRA bank account with proof including mode of operation and names of signatories with their designation.

Sadhana has been registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. The detail of the FCRA is as follows:

(a) FCRA No. : – 094610023

(b) Date of Registration : 26th March 2001

(c) Bank Account NO: 22810 is the old number new computerized number 18052200067795

(d) Name of the Bank : Syndicate Bank, Bus stand Road, Sindhanur.

(e) Mode of Operation : Jointly by President and Secretary

(f) Names of Signatories : (1) Mr. Nagabhushan – President

(2) Mr. Sharanappa Barsi – Secretary

The copy of FCRA certificate and a copy of the FCRA Bank pass book has been enclosed for your kind perusal.

15. Kindly provide the list of executive members of the organization with their designation, address and contact numbers and photographs. Are there any relatives among the executive members?

The list of Executive Body members of Sadhana along with their photographs has been enclosed for your kind perusal. There are no relatives among the Board of Management of Sadhana.

16. Please furnish the funding history of last three fiscal years with name of the agency, program me, amount approved and present status.

The funding history for the past three years is as below;

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No.

Year

Name of the Project

Funding Agency

Amount

Rs.

Status of the project

1

2010

S.S.A. BEO Project

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

2,50,975.00

Ongoing

2

2010

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

44,865.00

Ongoing

3

2010

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

97,000.00

Ongoing

4

2010

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

48,960.00

Ongoing

5

2010

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

2,50,450.00

Ongoing

6

2010

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

51.600.00

Ongoing

7

2010

Self Employment Training Centre

C.E.O.Z.P.Raichur

KSWDC Bangalore

1,25,000.00

Ongoing

8

2011

SSA BED Program

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

2,85,630.00

Ongoing

9

2011

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

45,780.00

Ongoing

10

2011

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

1,02,300.00

Ongoing

11

2011

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

55,120.00

Ongoing

12

2011

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

2,85,630.00

Ongoing

13

2011

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

58,400.00

Ongoing

14

2011

Self Employment Training Centre

Public Donation Fee Collected from Benifesaries

45,360.00

Completed

15

2012

SSA BED Program

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

4,68,500.00

Ongoing

16

2012

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

46,970.00

Ongoing

17

2012

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

1,20,500.00

Ongoing

18

2012

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

75,630.00

Ongoing

19

2012

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

3,15,700.00

Ongoing

20

2012

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

60,600.00

Ongoing

21

2012

Self Employment Training Centre

Public Donation Fee Collected from Benifesaries

50,600.00

Completed

17. Furnish the photocopy of PAN card.

The copy of the PAN card furnished.

18. Kindly rework the proposal including budget by incorporating the details on the above observations.

The budget has been revised as below;

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Particulars

Cost Estimation

Total

Local Contribution

FVTRS

A.

Cost of Training materials / Raw materials

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing

(120 youth X Rs. 1000/- per trainee)

120,000.00

30,000.00

90,000.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism

(70 trainees X Rs. 1,500/- per trainee)

105,000.00

26,250.00

78,750.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(70 trainees X Rs. 1,500/- per trainee)

105,000.00

26,250.00

78,750.00

(4)

For Beautician Training

(40 trainees X Rs. 2,000/- per trainee)

80,000.00

20,000.00

60,000.00

Sub Total of – A

410,000.00

102,500.00

307,500.00

B.

Honorarium to Resource Persons:

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 3 batches)

45,000.00

11,250.00

33,750.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(4)

For Beautician Training.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

Sub Total of – B

135,000.00

33,750.00

101,250.00

C.

Training Hall Rent:

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 3 batches)

45,000.00

11,250.00

33,750.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

(4)

For Beautician Training.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

Sub Total of – C

117,000.00

29,250.00

87,750.00

D

Cost of EDP and Field Visit :

(1)

Cost of Entrepreneurship Development Programme : – for training materials, honorarium of Resources persons, travel, contingencies etc.

(Rs. 4,000 per batch X 9 batches )

36,000.00

9,000.00

27,000.00

(2)

Field Visit of Participants

(Rs. 300 per trainee X 300 trainees)

90,000.00

22,500.00

67,500.00

Sub Total of – D

126,000.00

31,500.00

94,500.00

E.

Personnel and Administration Cost:

(1)

Programme Coordinator – 1

(Rs. 10,000/- p.m. X 12 months)

120,000.00

30,000.00

90,000.00

(2)

Programme and Account assistant

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 9 months)

36,000.00

9,000.00

27,000.00

(3)

Office maintenance – printing and stationery, travel, telephone and communication, office stationery.

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(4)

Miscellaneous, Audit, Contingency and unforeseen expenses.

20,000.00

5,000.00

15,000.00

Sub Total of – E

206,000.00

51,500.00

154,500.00

TOTAL OF : A + B + C + D + E

994,000.00

248,500.00

745,500.00

Leprosy Eradication Programme:

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

Leprosy Eradication Programme:

Leprosy Eradication Programme

Sadhana Raichur is one of the dedication social service organization in Raichur district has selected one of the implementing agency for the year 2015-16

Ministry of agency got of India through district leprosy society Raichur under project No:6 parenting with community to elimination of leprosy under this programme Sadhana Raichur conducting following activities:

  1. Base line survey about leprosy
  2. Community /village meeting to collect information about leprosy and its misconception
  3. Mobilize the community to form self help group with leprosy cured patient (self care group)
  4. Focus group discussion
  5. Orientation to SHG and other community base regarding social stigma of leprosy and hidden cases identification
  6. Orientation /Awareness to PRI regarding social stigma of leprosy
  7. IEC through community based organization (for hidden leprosy cases identification )
  8. IEC activities in collaboration with PRI /community leaders for hidden leprosy cases identification)
  9. Organization skin camp
  10. POD camps
  11. To motive VHNSC/ CBOs /leaders to involve in Anti Leprosy activities
  12. School based awareness programs to create awareness about leprosy and its social stigma

We Need Support:

We are working with limit resources with ministry govt of India so we need following support from Donors

  1. Indusial support to patients inform of cloth, food, swatter, medicines
  2. Some patients to do some work they need micro finance Loan support that is reviving final
  3. Construction of house who are having open own site
  4. Children’s education support who are patient leprosy
  5. Ngo administrations service support we are implementing entire Sindhnur talk of Raichur district covering 12 PHC primary health center we selected has a best Ngo implementing NLEP project in Sindhnur.

So we humbly Request support our case

 

Sadhana Programme: Beautician Course Syllabus

sadhana

Sadhana Programme : Beautician Course Syllabus

Beautician Course

Duration : 3.Months [Including 10 days E.D.P]

 

S.NO

Particulars

Subject Covered

1.

Registration & Inauguration

Guest speaker’s speech, Registration of Candidates and distribution of Training kids.

2.

Characteristics of an Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurial Motivation Training (EMT) Lab

i) Motivation training / soft skills required for entrepreneurs.

(ii) Business Opportunities available for starting enterprises.

(iii) Imparting knowledge about supporting organization & including financial institutions and their schemes

(iv) Market surveys, identification of project in Beautician Course.

(v) Preparation of Project Report for Bank Financing.

(vi) Management of resources viz. men, materials and money

(vii) Rules/ Regulations of Local bodies.

(viii) Appropriate and latest Machinery including information on manufacturers

(x) Beauty parlor visit meeting with successful /not successful

(xi) Market Survey Tools, market perception, market intelligence and marketing,

particularly in respect of the areas from which trainees are drawn.

(xii) Book keeping & Accounts (Preliminary Idea)

(xiii) Presentation by Industry Associations regarding (a) possible areas for setting up units

considering the local comparative advantage and (b) difficulties generally faced by

entrepreneurs.

(xiv) Costing and pricing of products.

(xv) Various Govt. Schemes where financial assistance i.e. subsidy/ grants /loans are available

for entrepreneurs / self-employed.

(xvi) Approach & planning small scale units.

(xvii) Assessing financial viability of the project.

(xviii) Presentation / Discussion of case studies of successful and not-so successful entrepreneu

03

  1. Brief history, necessity and scope of the trade.

  2. Specification / types / Make of Tools, equipment, raw material and consumables.

Demonstration, Familiarize, Selection, Usage and Maintenance of Tools/ Machines / Equipments.

04

  1. Use, Care and maintenance of tools & equipment.

  2. Safety precautions and first aid.

In-puts on Health & Safety

05

  1. Hair Care, Oil massage and back wash

  2. Henna applications – theory & demo

  1. Hair Care, Oil massage and back wash

  2. Henna applications – theory & demo one to one practicing.

06

  1. Hair Dye applications and

precautions – I.

  1. Hair Coloring

  1. Hair Dye applications and

precautions – I.

  1. Hair Coloring one to one practicing.

07

  1. Introduction to Hair cut

  2. Hair cut A line / U line Blow dry methods and techniques

  1. Introduction to Hair cut

  2. Hair cut A line / U line Blow dry methods and techniques

08

  1. V cut, straight cut and U cut with blow dry

  2. Hair styles 5 types

  1. V cut, straight cut and U cut with blow dry

  2. Hair styles 5 types

09

  1. Hair styles 5 types

  2. Ironing

Internal structure of hair theory and artificial hair setting

10

Bleaching

Waxing and Manicure

11

Pedicure and massaging strokes

Mehandi

12

Facial, head massaging strokes with exfoliation and facial Skin Polishing

Facial, head massaging strokes with exfoliation and facial Skin Polishing and model pictures presentations.

13

Aloevera facial – theory & demonstration

Aloevera facial practice

14

Fruit facial & Spirulina facial theory & demonstration

Fruit facial & Spirulina facial practical

15

Bridal makeup and saree draping

Inviting the expert and sharing his / her experience. (preferable who has been trained through one of our programmes)

16

Bridal makeup and saree draping

Different types sari draping models.

17

Importance of Quality Service & Introduction

Methods and testing of material.

Procedure of QM

Introduction of Modern Machines / equipments / Tools / Processes / Methods Inspection of all the materials & QMS / ISO 9001

18

Identifying bottleneck process

Communication and Remedial measures

Steps in setting up an enterprise

19

Assistance from supporting agencies

Market Survey Inputs Introductions.

20

Financial sources and bank formalities and procedures

Local Bankers speech

21

Preparation of Bankable project report.

. Model Bankable project report presentation.

22

Basics of Book keeping

Visit to an award winning parlor, minimum books of records maintaining procedures

22

Management techniques like Housekeeping, Best practices available in the trade, Value Engineering etc.

Types of management tequniques and best practices introduce.

23

Small Business Management

Costing & Estimation

24

Selling and marketing techniques

Inputs on statutory laws and taxation.

25

Evaluation & Feedback

Valediction and distribution of certificate.

 

Trust Deed: trust made under the provision of indian trust

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

TRUST DEED

THIS DEED OF DECLARATION OF TRUST MADE UNDER THE PROVISION OF INDIAN TRUST ACT NO.2 OF 1882 AND EXECUTED THIS DAY 25th OF MARCH 2013 BY AND BETWEEN

1.Sri. Mallayya Urf Shadakshari Swamigalu

S/o Guru Shivananda Swamigalu

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

2. Sri. Dayananda Hirematha S/o Mallayya

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

3. Sri. Siddayya S/o Kalyani Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist Bijapur

4. Sri. Shantaveera Swami S/o Kumar Swami Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist : Bijapur

5. Sri. Parvathi D Hirematha S/o Dayananda Swami

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

(Hereinafter referred to as the FOUNDER TRUSTEES)

PREAMBLE:

  1. Whether the FOUNDERS of the TRUST are social workers, desirous or creating an educational, Medical,

General public utility and welfare Rural & Urban development TRUST, to carryout the objectives fully

described in the following clauses.

  1. Whereas, the purpose of creation of the TRUST by the FOUNDERS includes the relief of the poor,

dissemination of knowledge, Medical relief, Training cum production centers and the advancement of

any other of general public utility.

  1. Whereas, the FOUNDERS of the TRUST have made over to the FOUNDERS a sum of Rs.1000/(Rupees

One thousand only) and / or put them in effective control over the same.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4…………………………5…………………..

For investment thereof in some approved security and applies in income exclusively for the objects

hereunder mentioned.

  1. Whereas, the FOUNDER TRUSTEES have agreed, accept the same and own the TRUST properties

for the purpose and in the manner hereinafter appearing.

  1. NOW THIS DEED OF WITNESSETH AS UNDER:

CREATION OF TRUST:

a) Name : The name of the TRUST shall be SHREE VIRAKHATHAMATH TRUST ®

(Rural & Urban Development)

b) Address : The registered office of the TRUST for the percent shall be

R/o. EDUCATION ,SOCIAL, URBOAN & RURAL DEBELOPMENT TRUST,

CHADCHANA, Tq: Indi Dist : Bijapur However, the BOARD OF TRUSTEES herein may shift the registered office to any other place which

they feel convenient and also shall have the powers to open any number of branch offices wherever

necessary in Karnataka and all over India for the purpose of carrying out the objects of the TRUST.

c) OFFICE: The office hours of the TRUST shall be 9.30 AM to 4.30 PM in all

working days, subjected to change by the decision of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES at their

convenience.

OBJECTIVES OF TRUST:

    1. To promote, perform, assist works of charity for those in need irrespective of cast, Community or

creed for the total person in the total context of life at all levels with the right order of priorities.

2. To conduct rural education – both formula & non formula and vocational trainings along with

animation, motivation and organization of poor, landless agricultural laborers and illiterates.

3. To create awareness, training through cultural entertainment programs among rural and urban poor

women to enable them to participate in programs of other organization / institutions. Open libraries /

handicraft Training Centre to train and to provide skills for self – employment of both rural/urban poor

women.

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3………………………………. 4………………………………. 5…………………….

  1. To promote moral life of integrity.

  2. To engage in development activities aimed at improving the living conditions and general welfare of the

poor, handicapped, orphans, destitute and children.

  1. To do the same extent as natural persons might or could do to own or acquire, lease, rent, gift, grant, request, or otherwise from person, company, society, government or institution or anybody whatever, movable properties of all.

  2. To increase interest regarding folk literature, folk arts, organize symposium in order to alert rural/urban people and motivate

  3. The aims/objectives or based on the brotherhood of mankind and the love of India will be to promote

the spirit of secularism, patriotism, unity and integrity among various groups, castes and religious in the

society.

  1. To provide educational facilities for the public by establishing modern educational, culture and

vocational training institution like school, convents, colleges, industrial, technical, professional for the

advancement of knowledge, run hotels, residential schools and colleges under the TRUST

  1. To adopt village/villages to provide basic amenities to the poor, such as rural health centers, Drinking

water for human and animals. Adult education and non-formal education for men and women and prepare, plane and implement area development programs, particularly with a view to provide gainful employment to landless agricultural labors, small and marginal farmers rural Artisans and increase their knowledge in rural industries, irrigation, agriculture, sericulture, horticulture, afforest ration, water shed development, co-operation and in agro based vocational trainings, such as dairy, poultry, sheep and goat rearing and other needs for the development of such village/villages as integral and non-formal means.

  1. To implement programs for the improvement of village environment and facilities like rural roads, sanitation, low cost houses and form youth clubs woman self help groups provides leadership and skill development training, empowerment for the purpose of undertaking development action.

  2. To establish and maintain orphanages, destitute home, cottages, crèches, old age homes, hospitals and

provide medical facilities to rural and urban slum areas and encourage family planning.

  1. To establish and run cattle shelters, veterinary hospitals and provide medical facilities to cattle in rural

and urban area.

  1. To promote village arts, handicrafts, cottage and Khadi industries through khadi and village industries

commission and also from other sources in order to generate to income and employment opportunities

in the rural areas.

  1. To conduct of sponsor training programs, seminars, and workshops and to offer fellowships and

Scholarships to promote the objectives of the trust and to take up any other programs which further the

causes of rural development.

16. To establish add maintain residential hostels and boarding hostels for the deserving students in various

educational institutions (Government or Recognised).

17. To start and conduct schools or colleges to impart training in Fine Arts, such as music, Dancing, Acting,

Painting etc,

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3………………………………. 4………………………………. 5……………………..

  1. To door cause to be done such other activities as per conductive to the attainment of the aims and objects of the institutions described above.

  2. To collect funds for the institutions by way of donations, contributions, fees, scholarships, benefits, performances, exhibitions, grants, and such other aids either in cash or kind and to obtain financial assistance grant etc, from the state and central Governments and also foreign institutions or sources.

  3. To affiliate other institutions having similar aims and objects or activities.

  4. Activities for cultural programs that promote development by contributing to enhanced creativity

in community and group cohesior, cultural identity and provide projects for research and analysis that contribute to a broader understanding of development issues affecting poor and disadvantage groups.

  1. To prepare print and publish books, periodicals, pamphlets and other educative or publicity

materials for the usage of public.

  1. To secure loans/grants from NABARD, SIDBI, RMK KVIC and other financial institution for

the development of rural poor.

  1. To take over the management of any other public or charitable institutions, projects or branches

of any such institutions such terms conditions as the TRUSTEES shall think fit and to manage

the said institutions.

  1. To educate and organize poor woman, specially in mother and child care with nutrition food and

to form Self Help groups (SHGs) for empowerment through savings and thrift and to initiate

social issues and development programs for the welfare of woman.

  1. To acquire properties of any tenure mainly in the state of KARNATAKA and in any part of

INDIA.

  1. To start mental retardation school dump and duff school blind school & disable school in rural &

urban areas.

  1. To state community Rehabilitation programs for welfare of disabled mental Illness old age peoples in urban rural area.

  2. In initiate Bonded Labor, child Labor, Rehabilitation and welfare programs.

BENEFICIARIES OF TRUST

  1. The TRUST is established for the benefit of the citizens of India or the class mentioned in the

proceeding classes, without discrimination on the ground of sex, religion, Cast and Creed.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5……………………..

PROPERTIES OF TRUST:

VII.

a. As corpus, the FUNDER TRUSTEES of the TRUST have contributed a sum of Rs. 1000/-

(Rupees one thousand only) for the purpose of mentioned in the objects at the time of formation

of the TRUST.

    1. Donation, subscription tie sheens and all the other amount received from the public, philanthropic

institution or from other sources under the TRUST.

    1. Properties, Movable/Immovable which may be acquired by the TRUST by purchase, exchange,

lease, grants, loans, gift of otherwise.

    1. Any other grants / aids that received from the Govt., Khadi board, Corporate body, other institutions

or voluntary funding agencies, whether in India or abroad for different projects.

e. Any profits out of activities of programs and / or investments are deposits of the TRUST.

INCOME AND FUNDS OF TRUST:

VIII. The TRUST funds and income may be invested in the following from or mode as given below.

      1. Investment in Govt. savings certificate.

      2. Deposit in any nationalized Schedule Bank or Post Office.

      3. Investment in any central or state Govt. security,

      4. Immovable property.

      5. Deposits or investments in any bonds for industries development/educational development on

INDIA and /or in any corporation approved by the Govt.

f). INCOME TAX CLAUSE:

  1. The funds of the TRUST shall be invested in the modes specified under the provisions of section

13(1) (d) r. w. s. 11(5) of the INCOME TAX ACT. 1961 as amended from time to time.

  1. There shall be maintained all accounts of the TRUST regularly. The accounts shall be duly audited

by the Chartered Accountant. Every year, the accounts shall be closed by 31st March.

  1. No amendments to the TRUST DEED shall be made which may prove to be repugnant to the

provisions of the sections. 2(15), 11, 12, 13 & 80(G) of the INCOME TAX ACT. 1961 has amended

from time to time.

Further no amendment shall be carried out without prior approved of the Commissioner of INCOME

TAX.

g. The funds and income of the TRUST shall be solely utilized for the achievement of its objectives no

Portion of it shall be utilized for payment of the TRUSTE ES by way of profit, interest, dividends, Etc.

  1. The benefits of the TRUST shall be open to all irrespective of caste, creed, or religion.

  2. The funds of the TRUST deposited in any bank or post office or corporation, as per the modes specified above, in the name of the TRUST mentioned and operate the same jointly by MANAGING TRUSTEE and SECRETARY. And subject in change by the decision of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES

at their convenience from time to time.

  1. The accounting year of the TRUST shall be from 1st of APRIL to MARCH of the year and the accounts of the TRUST shall be audited by any Chartered Accountant duly appointed by the BOARD OF

TRUSTEES.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5………………………

IX. 1. POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF FOUNDER TRUSTEES:

The persons mentioned in the 1st page of this DEED.

1.Sri. Mallayya Urf Shadakshari Swamigalu

S/o Guru Shivananda Swamigalu

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

2. Sri. Dayananda Hirematha S/o Mallayya

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

3. Sri. Siddayya S/o Kalyani Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist Bijapur

4. Sri. Shantaveera Swami S/o Kumar Swami Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist : Bijapur

5. Sri. Parvathi D Hirematha S/o Dayananda Swami

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

Shall be called the FOUNDER TRUSTEES and the shall be TRUSTEES for their life time and they shall meet at least once in Two months or as and when necessary to transact the activities of the TRUST.

  1. A FOUNDER TRUSTEE shall cease to be A TRUSTEE on any one or all of the following

grounds:

    1. If he/she is adjudged insolvent by a competent court of law.

    2. If he/she is convicted by the judiciary for any offence involving any criminal or moral turpitude

    3. By resolution passed by majority of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES if he/she found to be indulging

in the activities which are detrimental to the interest and/or contrary to the aims/objectives of the

TRUST.

    1. By resignation in writing to the BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

3. The FOUNDER TRUSTEE shall have the powers to nominate a successor shall become a TRUSTEE

for his/her choice and such nominated successor shall become a TRUSTEE for his/her life time, who in

turn shall have all the rights, powers and privileges similar to those exercised available to the numbers of

the BOARD OF TRUSTEES and to the FOUNDER TRUSTEES falling under sub-clause (c) of clause

IX (2) above.

4. When the office of a FOUNDER TRUSTEE become vacant by virtue of sub-clause a, b, & d only of

clause IX (2) above, the nominee of such a TRUSTEE shall entitle to succeed the FOUNDER TRUSTEE.

5. In the event of failure of any such nomination, the remaining TRUSTEES shall appoint as a TRUSTEE any

person of their choice by a resolution passed by the majority of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

TRUSTEES and such a TRUSTEE shall have the powers similar to those of the original FOUNDER TRUSTEE and his/her of office shall be 1year only. However, such nominee may continue as TRUSTEE at the discretion of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES.

6. The FONDER TRUSTEES shall have the powers to nominate members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES

by majority decision passed in their meeting only.

7. The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall look after the overall administration and control over all activities,

Programs, institutions and properties of the TRUST.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5…………………….

  1. The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall execute all the decisions, policies and programs formulated by the

BOARD OF TRUSTES.

  1. The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall have the powers to entrust or fix up any work responsibility to any and or all the BOARD OF TRUSTEES and to appoint person/persons of their choice to carry out the programs and run the office of the TRUST,

10. The decision of the majority of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall be final in all matters of administration

of the properties of the TRUST.

11. All the meetings of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall presided over by the MANAGING TRUSTEE and

the quorum shall be THREE and in case of any equality of votes, the presiding person shall have a casting

vote and the notice for every meeting shall be served at least THREE days in advance and in case of any

urgency at least 24 hours earlier notice shall be given.

12. The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall be responsible for the maintenance of accounts and various activities in

accordance with the stipulation setup herein and for fulfilling the objects of the TRUST and conduct the

affairs in accordance with the law.

13. The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall receive any money or other assets, in any shape or form given by any

person(s) either Govt. or private or voluntary funding agencies as gift or donation and to hold the same as

part of the capital or corpus of the TRUST.

14. To secure on lease or purchase or otherwise, to sell, mortgage, transfer in any other manner whatsoever,

the properties of the TRUST in order to fulfill the objects.

15. To present the TRUST in all courts or before any authorities, Govt. departments, either in central or state

or in both or else by the MANAGING TRUSTEE of the TRUST.

16. To borrow for the purpose of the TRUST on credit with or without charge. Upon any of the assets of the

TRUST after obtaining the majority consent of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES.

17. To pay out of the funds of the TRUST, salaries, wages, rent, building maintenance, repairs and all other

expenses relating to the TRUST and its activities.

18. To appoint committees, sub-committees from among the members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEEA or

along with others and assign duties and seek suggestions for the purpose of working of the TRUST.

  1. To receive and collect funds for all or any of the objects of the TRUST or for promoting the objectives of

the TRUST specified above.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5………………………

BOARD OF TRUSTEES: FUNCTION AND POWERS:

IX. With a view to carrying our aims/objectives of the TRUST herein above mentioned and to argument it

activities and administer them, the BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall have the following powers:

The BOSRD OF TRUSTEES shall comprise the FOUNDER TRUSTEES and MEMBER TRUSTEES

nominated by FONDER TRUSTEES.

  1. The strength of the members in the BOADR OF TRUSTEES shall not be less than FIVE. They shall meet

once in a year in the month of MAY.

  1. The term office of the members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEE shall be 2years from the date of his/her

nomination.

  1. The BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall formulate the guideline, policies and programs of the TRUST.

  2. The members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES may be continued in office at the discretion of the FONDER

TRUSTEES.

  1. The members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall carryout the objects of the TRUST & also shall have

powered to supervise the various activities of the TRUST & give proper guidance and advice to the

concerned staff and bring it to the notice of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES in their meeting.

  1. The members of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall be the guardians of the constitution of the TRUST and

shall always protect the interests of the TRUST.

  1. The BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall have the powers to revise the progress of the TRUST from time to time.

  2. The nominated member of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall have no powers to nominate his/her successor

to the BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

  1. In case of any activities which is found to be detrimental to the interest of the TRUST, such member of the

BOARD OF TRUSTEES may be removed from the office of the TRUSTEES, by a resolution passed by

simple majority in the meeting of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

10, The quorum for the meeting of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES shall be 1/3(one third) of the total members

and every members shall be given at least 7 (seven) days notice In advance of the date of meeting.

  1. The MANAGING TRUSTEE shall preside over the meetings and in the absence; any other TRUSTEE selected amongst the present shall preside shall preside over the meeting of the BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5………………………..

OFFICE BEARERS OF THE TRUST:

X.

1. There shall be MANAGING TRUSTEE, SECRETARY AND TREASURER for the TRUST.

2. The office bearers of the TRUST shall be elected once in FIVE years from amongst the FOUNDER

MEMBER.

3. In case of voluntary retirement or death of any of the FOUDER TRUSTEES and if the remaining

FOUNDER TRUSTEES express their unwillingness to hold any such office the TRUST, in such

Circumstances, the nominee or the legal heir of the descended FOUDER TRUSTEES shall inherit

position, Privileges and powers of such FOUNDER TRUSTEES.

4. Any decision or action of any office bearer shall be endorsed by the majority of the FOUNDER

TRUSTEES.

5. The office bearers of the TRUST shall always function by unanimous decision in general and in case of

any Problem of difference of opinion, by mutual consent and/or in case of failure to arrive at any suitable

Solutions,

The FOUNDER TRUSTEES shall appoint a committee consisting of the members of BOARD OF TRUSTEES or/and any other person/persons acceptable to all, and the decision of such committee shall be binding on all the OFFICE BEARERS-FONDER TRUSTEES. However, all the matters shall be settled and governed by the provision under the INDIAN TRUST ACT No.2 of 1982.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5………………………..

POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF OFFICE BEARER

A. MANAGING TRUSTEE:

1. The Managing Trustee of the TRUST shall be custodian of the TRUST and he/she shall preside over

all the Meeting of the TRUST.

2. The Managing Trustee shall be the head of the TRUST and all other institution, properties and assets

held By the TRUST.

3. The Managing Trustee shall be the chief controlling authority over the administration and shall ensure

the Proper implementation of all the decision taken by the FOUNDER TRUSTEES and BOARD of

TRUSTEES.

4. All communications, decisions and orders relating to the TRUST shall be in the same of the

MANAGING TRUSTEE of the TRUST.

5. The Managing Trustee shall have the powers to sign and execute and/or all papers, documents and

Correspondence on behalf of the TRUST.

6. The Managing Trustee shall have the powers to appoint any enquire committee consisting a person or

Persons including any TRUSTEE and/or others, to enquire into incase of any complaint or

irregularities in The activities or functioning of any office bearer or any other Staff working under the

TRUST and to take action upon such report of the enquiry officer and/or of the Managing Trustee

shall be ratified by the majority of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES, and in occurrence with the general

rule of law.

B.SECRETARY:

1. The secretary of the Trust shall be responsible for the day-to-day administration of the TRUST and other

Institutions under the TRUST.

2. The secretary shall always protect the interests of the TRUST and translate into action the objects and

Aspirations of the TRUST from time-to-time.

3. The Secretary shall have the powers to call the meetings of the FOUNDER TRUSTEES and the BOARD

OF TRUSTEES.

4. The Secretary shall convene the meeting of the TRUSTEES at the request of any two Founder Trustees

And/or 1/3 (one third) of members of the Board of Trustees.

5. However, any action or decision of the Secretary shall be ratified by the majority of the Founder Trustees

in Their meeting.

1……………………………… 2……………………………….

3………………………………. 4………………………………5……………………….

  1. TREASURER:

    1. The Treasurer of the TRUST shall always protect the interests of the TRUST and execute the objectives,

programs, activities and decisions of the Board of Trustees and Founder Trustees.

    1. The Treasurer shall supervise control the day-to-day affairs and management of funds of the TRUST.

    2. The treasurer shall ensure the proper utilization of funds and shall endorse all payments and receipts and

maintain all vouchers of the TRUST.

    1. The treasurer shall discharge any other duty or responsibility which may be entrusted to him/her by the

founder Trustees and the Board of Trustees from time-to-time.

REMUNERATION TO TRUSTEES:

  1. No Trustees shall claim remuneration for services rendered to the TRUST, but may reimburse

expenses incurred in the administration of the TRUST.

IRREVOCABLE:

  1. This TRUST is declared irrevocable.

TRANSFER OF PROPERTY AND DISSOLUTION:

XIII In the event of dissolution or windings up of the TRUST, the assets remaining on the dissolution shall

under no circumstance be distributed among the TRUSTEES, but the same shall be transferred to any other

PUBLIC CHARITABLE TRUST. Whose objects are similar to these of the TRUST and which enjoys

recognition under Sec. 80(G) of INCOME YAX ACT 1961.

IN WITNESS WHERE OF THIS DEED IS EXECUTED BY THE FOUNDER TRUSTEES IN THE PRESENCE OF THE WITNESS WHO HAVE ATTESTED TO IT ON THE 25th DAY OF MARCH TWO THOUSAND THIRTEEN STAMP DUTY IS PAID Rs. 500/- VALUE RECEIPT No.

Date

Managing Trustee

(Sri. Mallayya Urf shadakshari Swamigalu)

( President)

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FOUNDER TRUSTEES:

1.Sri. Mallayya Urf Shadakshari Swamigalu

S/o Guru Shivananda Swamigalu

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

2. Sri. Dayananda Hirematha S/o Mallayya

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

3. Sri. Siddayya S/o Kalyani Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist Bijapur

4. Sri. Shantaveera Swami S/o Kumar Swami Hiremath

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist : Bijapur

5. Sri. Parvathi D Hirematha S/o Dayananda Swami

R/o Chadchana Tq: Indi Dist: Bijapur

WITNESS: SIGNATURE:

1)

2)

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Sadhana Programme : Motor Winding Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment Tools

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

Programme : MOTOR WINDING Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment Tools

Farm Equipment Tools

Duration : 3.Months [Including 10 days E.D.P]

 

S.NO

Session

01

Registration & Inauguration-

Guest speaker’s speech, Registration of Candidates and distribution of Training kids.

02

Characteristics of an Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurial Motivation Training (EMT) Lab- Motivation training / soft skills required for entrepreneurs.

(ii) Business Opportunities available for starting enterprises.

(iii) Imparting knowledge about supporting organization & including financial institutions and their schemes..

(iv) Market surveys, identification of project in Motor winding Farm Equipment Tools.

(v) Preparation of Project Report for Bank Financing.

(vi) Management of resources viz. men, materials and money

(vii) Rules/ Regulations of Local bodies.

(viii) Motor winding and garments related aids information .

(ix) Appropriate and latest Machinery including information on manufacturers

(x) Factory visits, meetings with successful / not successful entrepreneurs

(xi) Market Survey Tools, market perception, market intelligence and marketing,

particularly in respect of the areas from which trainees are drawn.

(xii) Book keeping & Accounts (Preliminary Idea)

(xiii) Presentation by Industry Associations regarding (a) possible areas for setting up units

considering the local comparative advantage and (b) difficulties generally faced by entrepreneurs.

(xiv) Costing and pricing of products.

(xv) Various Govt. Schemes where financial assistance i.e. subsidy/ grants /loans are available

for entrepreneurs / self-employed.

(xvi) Approach & planning small scale units.

(xvii) Assessing financial viability of the project.

(xviii) Presentation / Discussion of case studies of successful and not-so successful entrepreneurs.

03

I

Introduction to the trade, scope and its utility

II & III

Description of machines, equipments, tools required

IV

Safety Precautions, Preventive Measures & First Aid treatment

04

I

Fundamental of electrical equipments, electricity, current, voltage & powers

II

Safety precautions in electrical repairs

III

Resistance, Conductor, Insulator, Semi-conductor

IV

Tools and equipments for motor rewinding

05

I

Types of Power Generation

II

Voltage testing procedures

III

Transformer – Busbar – Circuit breakers

IV

Voltmeter & Ammeter connections – Theory & Practical

06

I

Series and Parallel Connection – theory & Practical

II

Assembly switches (MCB, ELCB & TP)

III & IV

IPs & MPs set Panel board wiring – Theory & Practical

07

I

Magnet – Types of Magnets, poles

II

RPM in motors

III & IV

Types of poles and RPM (2,4,6,8)

08

I

Working Principles of Poles & Pole system in Electric Motor

II

Dividing Coils in poles

III

Preparation of Testing Board – Demo with Practical

IV

03-Phase Electric Induction Motor– Theory & Demo

09

I

02-Poles motor winding connection diagram – Theory

II

04-Pole motor winding connection diagram – Theory

III

Different types of slots in three phase Motor

IV

24,36,48,54.60,72 slots electric motor winding connections

10

I

Star & Delta Connections

II

Introduction of circuit diagrams-Three phase motor rewinding–block diagram

III

Types of winding in three phase induction motors

IV

Chain winding – types, single layer chain winding-theory

11

I

Double layer Chan winding – Block Diagram – Theory

II to IV

Single layer 2880 RPM, 24 slots chain winding–Demonstration & Practical

12

I & II

Double layer chain winding 2886 RPM/1440 RPM/960 RPM/710 RPM/600 RPM motors – Block Diagram

III

Business game – Boat Building exercise

IV

Correcting the wrong rewinding in electrical motors

13

I & II

Double layer winding – Demonstration & Practical

III

Concentric winding – Theory

IV

Single Layer concentric wiring 2880 RPM, 24 slot motor

14

I

Experience sharing – interaction with successful entrepreneur

II & III

Double layer winding – Practical

IV

Market survey – theory

15

I to IV

Market survey – collection of information, field work

16

I & II

Market survey – report writing, presentation, group discussion & analysis

III & IV

Concentric winding in different RPMs (2880,1440,710,960,600 RPMs)

17

I & II

Concentric winding – Practical (contd.)

III & IV

Induction Motor Pump Section – Troubleshooting & Repairs

18

I & II

Concentric winding – Practical

III & IV

Submersible Motor – description, types of windings in submersible motor, Demo & Practical

19

I & II

Submersible Motor – Demo & Practical (Contd.)

III& IV

Induction Motor and Submersible Motor – Practical

20

I

Submersible pump maintenance – Demo & Practical

II

Balancing of induction motor – theory

III & IV

Induction motor and submersible motor – practical

21

I

Effective communication skills

II & III

Switchgears & Starters – Theory & Practical

IV

DOL Starter – Theory & Practical

22

I & II

Marketing management – 4Ps of marketing, managing the customers

III & IV

Semi-automatic star delta starter – Theory & Practical

23

I & II

Fully automatic star delta starter – Theory & Practical

III

Timer & Single phase Preventer working in auto starter

IV

Induction Motor and Submersible Motor – Practical (contd.)

24

I

Single phase motor – theory

II & III

Types of single phase motors – working principle & characteristics

IV

Induction Motor and Submersible Motor – Practical (contd.)

25

I & II

Single phase capacitor run motor – ceiling fan & table fan- theory & Practical

III & IV

Single phase capacitor start motor – universal motor, mixer & grinder- theory & Practical

26

I

Working principle of Centrifugal Switch

II

Universal motor – theory

III & IV

Armature winding – theory & practical

27

I

Gauge Combination

II

Capacitors in KVAR

III

Capacitors used in Single phase & three phase motors

IV

Combinations of bearings of different companies

28

I

Diesel and Kerosene Pump sets Repairs

II

Diesel and Kerosene Pump sets Repairs

III

Diesel and Kerosene Pump sets Repairs

IV

Diesel and Kerosene Pump sets Repairs

29

I

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

II

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

III & IV

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

30

I

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

II

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

III

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

IV

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

31

I & II

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

III & IV

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

32

I & II

Trouble shooting, Fault finding & Repairing

III

Purchasing of training kit and tools – Theory

IV

Experience Sharing – Interaction with successful entrepreneur

33

I & II

Launching formalities & steps in launching of an enterprise

III & IV

Maintenance of records & book keeping – methodology

34

I & II

Business plan/project report preparation

III & IV

Financial & non-financial Institutional Support available (from Govt. & Banks)

35

I & II

Service Marketing for a Micro-Entrepreneur

III & IV

Costing, pricing – Fixed Cost- Variable Cost, Break even point etc.

36

I

Pitfalls and Safety Measures

II

Business Expansion, Diversification & Growth

III

Evaluation & Panel Discussion

IV

Feedback & Valedictory & Certificate Distribution.

 

 

 

Functional Vocational Training & Research Society

 

vocational-training

To,

Executive Director

Functional Vocational Training and

Research Society,

No: 19, 3rd Cross,

Hutchins Road, St. Thomas Town,

BANGALORE- 560 084,

Dear Sir,

Sub:- Our Project Proposal titled – Vocational training for youth who are School Dropouts and Unemployed in Sindhanur Taluk, Raichur, Karnataka.

Project No. : VT-269/KA-SR

This has reference to our project proposal bearing the above cited project number from FVRTS and your letter seeking clarifications on the proposed projects from this end. Many thanks for your earnest interest on our project and we herewith furnish the clarifications as required by you.

  1. According to the derails furnished by you, we understand that tailoring and beautician training is ongoing with the support of another agency. Why do you then need support from FVTRS for these trades? What is the relevance in repeating the same trades?

The present projects in Tailoring and readymade garment production and Beautician course training programme have been supported by the Karnataka State Women Development Corporation, Bangalore for 30 young women in Sindhanur town. The project has already been completed now. The experience in managing these trades success of the training courses and the local demand for the courses prompted us to propose these trades for impart training for the youth who are school dropped out with the support of FVTRS, Bangalore.

2. How do you train 40 trainees in a batch? Do you have infrastructure to impart the training?

The training will be done in two batches of 4 hours each. The forenoon batch and the afternoon batch will consist of 20 persons each. We have all necessary infrastructure and Resource Personnel to carry out the training for 40 persons in each of the trades proposed.

3. What so you mean by buitition training? Is it beautician course?

YES. Certainly it is Beautician Course.

4. How does the cost of raw material same for all the proposed trades?

The cost of the Raw materials was estimated roughly. However, we have now revisited the cost estimation of the Raw materials and enclosed for your kind perusal.

5. The proposed project does not have agriculture based trades. According to the funding policy of FVTRS the project should cover minimum of 30 per cent youth from agriculture based trades. Further, the project should cover minimum of 50 per cent youth from womenfolk.

Our proposed project in fact covers 30% of the youth from Agriculture based trades. We have proposed to train 120 youth (out of total 300 to be covered) under – “Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools” course This trade will be proposed to cover 40 trainees in three batches. Further, 50% of the youth will be from women folk as out of 300 225 trainees will be female candidates.

6. Specify, how you are planning to incorporate entrepreneurship development programme (EDP) in the training.

The Entrepreneurship Development Programme will be conducted during the course of the skill development programme. 15 days during the Skill development training period EDP will be conducted.

7.       Furnish the curricula of the proposed trades including the entrepreneurial skills.

The curricula of the proposed trades are furnished for your kind consideration.

8.       What is the uniqueness of the project? What are the expected results?

The project envisages imparting employable skills to the participants. The project identifies selects and imparts training to such candidates who will earn their livelihood through the trades in which the organization imparted training on skill development.

The expected results are:

  • 90% + candidate acquire skills in which they are imparted skill development training.

  • At least 60% candidates completed the training would avail the credit assistance from banks and financial institutions to run their own trades.

  • 60% of the candidates successfully completed the training would run their own enterprise.

  • Another 40% of the trainees would find job opportunities in the trades which they are trained.

9.       What is your plan to organize certificates for the proposed training?

The certificates to the candidates who have successfully completed the course will be issued either through Nehru Yuva Kendra, Raichur (an autonomous organisations for youth development and welfare under the aegis of Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Govt. of India) or through Jana Shikshana Sansthan, Raichur (an organisation set for training of unemployed youth with employable skills under the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Govt. of India) Other possible and appropriate sources will also be found out

10.      Please note that there should be a minimum of 25 per cent of the total cost of the project as local   contribution and maximum cost of the project is 10 lack.

This point will be complied. The revised budget comprises contribution of 25% from the local source

11.     Kindly specify the experience of Sadhana in providing vocational skill training. List the trades   imparted, number of youth trained in each trade, present status of the trained youth.

Poverty alleviation through skill up gradation of the target communities is one the major objectives of Sadhana. In this context, Sadhana had undertaken several projects in the line of skill up gradation and vocational training for income and employment generation for its target communities in its operational area. The following table shows the Vocational training programmed imparted by Sadhana under various trades and the status of the trained you.

Sl.

No.

Year

Trade

No. of youth trained

Status of the youth trained

1

2008 Animal Raring 55 55-Self employed

2

2008 Motor Rewinding 20 05- employed

15 -self employed

3

2008 Agarbathi Preparation 25 15 –employed

10- self employed

4

2008 Garments and Fashion Designing 50 15 -employed

35 –self employed

5

2008 Preparation of Vermi Compost 25 25 self employed

6

2009 Petty Shops 30 30 –self employed

7

2009 Dairy Farming 30 09-employed

21-self employed

8

2009 Electricals & Electronics Repair 10 03 -employed

07- self employed

9

2009 Beauty Parlor Training 20 05-employed

15 self employed

10

2009 Tailoring 30 12- employed

18- self employed

11

2010 Leaf Plate Making 40 10 -employed

30 –self employed

12

2010 Screen Printing 20 05- employed

15 –self employed

13

2011 Bakery Products 20 05- employed

15 –self employed

14

2011 Preparation of Papad and Pickles 20 06- employed

14 –self employed

15

2012 Bricks Manufacturing 20 10- employed

10- self employed

16

2012 Bag Making 15 03-employed

12 –self employed

17

2012 Photo/ Videography 10 02- employed

08- self employed

12. What are the training facilities available with Sadhana to impart the proposed project?

The following facilities available with Sadhana to impart the proposed trainings;

(a) Required machineries and equipments.

(b) Resource Personnel

(c) Space for accommodation

(d) Forward linkages such as credit assistance through financial institutions.

13.       Kindly note that we are not supporting for community organizers in our funding.

We have well considered this fact. The revised budget has eliminated the budget component on Community Organisors.

14. Please specify the details of FCRA bank account with proof including mode of operation and names of signatories with their designation.

Sadhana has been registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. The detail of the FCRA is as follows:

(a) FCRA No. : – 094610023

(b) Date of Registration : 26th March 2001

(c) Bank Account NO: 22810 is the old number new computerized number 18052200067795

(d) Name of the Bank : Syndicate Bank, Bus stand Road, Sindhanur.

(e) Mode of Operation : Jointly by President and Secretary

(f) Names of Signatories : (1) Mr. Nagabhushan – President

(2) Mr. Sharanappa Barsi – Secretary

The copy of FCRA certificate and a copy of the FCRA Bank pass book has been enclosed for your kind perusal.

15. Kindly provide the list of executive members of the organization with their designation, address and contact numbers and photographs. Are there any relatives among the executive members?

The list of Executive Body members of Sadhana along with their photographs has been enclosed for your kind perusal. There are no relatives among the Board of Management of Sadhana.

16. Please furnish the funding history of last three fiscal years with name of the agency, program me, amount approved and present status.

The funding history for the past three years is as below;

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No.

Year

Name of the Project

Funding Agency

Amount

Rs.

Status of the project

1

2010

S.S.A. BEO Project

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

2,50,975.00

Ongoing

2

2010

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

44,865.00

Ongoing

3

2010

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

97,000.00

Ongoing

4

2010

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

48,960.00

Ongoing

5

2010

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

2,50,450.00

Ongoing

6

2010

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

51.600.00

Ongoing

7

2010

Self Employment Training Centre

C.E.O.Z.P.Raichur

KSWDC Bangalore

1,25,000.00

Ongoing

8

2011

SSA BED Program

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

2,85,630.00

Ongoing

9

2011

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

45,780.00

Ongoing

10

2011

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

1,02,300.00

Ongoing

11

2011

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

55,120.00

Ongoing

12

2011

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

2,85,630.00

Ongoing

13

2011

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

58,400.00

Ongoing

14

2011

Self Employment Training Centre

Public Donation Fee Collected from Benifesaries

45,360.00

Completed

15

2012

SSA BED Program

Dept of Education,

Raichur.

4,68,500.00

Ongoing

16

2012

Shishupalana Kendra Project

Dept of women & child development

Raichur

46,970.00

Ongoing

17

2012

Unicief Child Programme Protection.

Director Unicief Hyderabad

1,20,500.00

Ongoing

18

2012

V.H.A.K Health awareness Programme.

V.H.A.K Bangalore

75,630.00

Ongoing

19

2012

IDO INDPMS Diabetes Project

Educutive Director

I.D.O INDPMS kodada Nalgonda Distt;- A.P

3,15,700.00

Ongoing

20

2012

Child Labour Protection Programme

Director C.A.C.L.K

60,600.00

Ongoing

21

2012

Self Employment Training Centre

Public Donation Fee Collected from Benifesaries

50,600.00

Completed

17. Furnish the photocopy of PAN card.

The copy of the PAN card furnished.

18. Kindly rework the proposal including budget by incorporating the details on the above observations.

The budget has been revised as below;

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Particulars

Cost Estimation

Total

Local Contribution

FVTRS

A.

Cost of Training materials / Raw materials

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing

(120 youth X Rs. 1000/- per trainee)

120,000.00

30,000.00

90,000.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism

(70 trainees X Rs. 1,500/- per trainee)

105,000.00

26,250.00

78,750.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(70 trainees X Rs. 1,500/- per trainee)

105,000.00

26,250.00

78,750.00

(4)

For Beautician Training

(40 trainees X Rs. 2,000/- per trainee)

80,000.00

20,000.00

60,000.00

Sub Total of – A

410,000.00

102,500.00

307,500.00

B.

Honorarium to Resource Persons:

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 3 batches)

45,000.00

11,250.00

33,750.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(4)

For Beautician Training.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

Sub Total of – B

135,000.00

33,750.00

101,250.00

C.

Training Hall Rent:

(1)

For Tailoring and Fashion designing.

(Rs. 5,000 p.m. X 3 months X 3 batches)

45,000.00

11,250.00

33,750.00

(2)

For Electrical and Electronic Mechanism.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

(3)

For Motor Winding, Repair & Maintenance of Farm Equipment & Tools.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

(4)

For Beautician Training.

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 3 months X 2 batches)

24,000.00

6,000.00

18,000.00

Sub Total of – C

117,000.00

29,250.00

87,750.00

D

Cost of EDP and Field Visit :

(1)

Cost of Entrepreneurship Development Programme : – for training materials, honorarium of Resources persons, travel, contingencies etc.

(Rs. 4,000 per batch X 9 batches )

36,000.00

9,000.00

27,000.00

(2)

Field Visit of Participants

(Rs. 300 per trainee X 300 trainees)

90,000.00

22,500.00

67,500.00

Sub Total of – D

126,000.00

31,500.00

94,500.00

E.

Personnel and Administration Cost:

(1)

Programme Coordinator – 1

(Rs. 10,000/- p.m. X 12 months)

120,000.00

30,000.00

90,000.00

(2)

Programme and Account assistant

(Rs. 4,000 p.m. X 9 months)

36,000.00

9,000.00

27,000.00

(3)

Office maintenance – printing and stationery, travel, telephone and communication, office stationery.

30,000.00

7,500.00

22,500.00

(4)

Miscellaneous, Audit, Contingency and unforeseen expenses.

20,000.00

5,000.00

15,000.00

Sub Total of – E

206,000.00

51,500.00

154,500.00

TOTAL OF : A + B + C + D + E

994,000.00

248,500.00

745,500.00

Thanking you,

With best wishes,

Yours sincerely,

(Sharanappa Barsi)

SECRATORY

SADHANA

MATHRU KRUPA,

VASAVI NAGAR,

P.W.D. CAMP-SINDHANUR-584123.

RAICHUR Dist;. KARNATAKA.

Sadhana Programme: Tailoring & Fashion Designing Course

SADHANA- FVTR-VTP

Certificate from the Co-Ordinator(S) Of The Project

Sadhana Programme : Tailoring and Fashion Designing Course.

Fashion Designing Course

Duration : 3.Months [Including 10 days E.D.P]

 

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Particulars

Subject Covered

1

Registration & Inauguration

Guest speaker’s speech, Registration of Candidates and distribution of Training kids.

2

Characteristics of an Entrepreneur & Entrepreneurial Motivation Training (EMT) Lab

) Motivation training / soft skills required for entrepreneurs.

(ii) Business Opportunities available for starting enterprises.

(iii) Imparting knowledge about supporting organization & including financial institutions and

their schemes.

(iv) Market surveys, identification of project in Tailoring and Fashion Designing.

(v) Preparation of Project Report for Bank Financing.

(vi) Management of resources viz. men, materials and money

(vii) Rules/ Regulations of Local bodies.

(viii) Fashion Design and garments related aids information .

(ix) Appropriate and latest Machinery including information on manufacturers

(x) Factory visits, meetings with successful / not successful entrepreneurs

(xi) Market Survey Tools, market perception, market intelligence and marketing,

particularly in respect of the areas from which trainees are drawn.

(xii) Book keeping & Accounts (Preliminary Idea)

(xiii) Presentation by Industry Associations regarding (a) possible areas for setting up units

considering the local comparative advantage and (b) difficulties generally faced by entrepreneurs.

(xiv) Costing and pricing of products.

(xv) Various Govt. Schemes where financial assistance i.e. subsidy/ grants /loans are available

for entrepreneurs / self-employed.

(xvi) Approach & planning small scale units.

(xvii) Assessing financial viability of the project.

(xviii) Presentation / Discussion of case studies of successful and not-so successful entrepreneurs.

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  1. Tailoring Syllabus

(a) THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION ;

  1. 1 Introduction to the trade ,its utility and scope and prospects of advancement.

  2. Equipment & Tools

    (1) Machinery and equipment – sewing machines, over locking machin    zig  zag   machines, etc

 (2) Tools.

     3. Knowledge of fabrics, trimmings and accessories used and their availability in                  the market.

     4.Study of human body , eight head theory.

     5.Measurement techniques, standard measurement charts for children, ladies, gents, etc.

6. Human figures –types.

     7.Trade terminology.

     8.Drafting.

     9.Paper pattern cutting.

    10.Handling and preparing different fabrics according to their types.

    11.Method of cutting garments and stitching.

12.Estimate for garments of different sizes:

  1. Cloth in different widths,

2. Trimming, and

b.Accessories.

13.Trial of a garment:

  1. Setting up of a trial room,

  2. Trial of the garments, and

c. Making and alteration.

14.Finishing of garments :

  1. Cutting,

  2. Removal of stains mending etc.

  3. Pressing,

  4. Folding and (e) Packing.

    15.Elements of costing:

  1. cost of materials

  2. cost of stitching

  3. overhead expenses.

    16.Drawing and coloring :

     Related Theory : (a) Type and characteristics of lines

                                  (b) Types of forms and its applicatipon

                        (c) Kinds of designs

    (d) Principles of making the design

    (e) Colors-its types and characteristics

     (f) Kinds of color schemes

      Practical :            (a) Lines, forms and stitches

    (b) Drawing of stitches with pencil

    (c) Lettering and monogram

    (d) Geometrical design

    (e) Drawing and painting of different types of designs.

  17.Allied Trade:

    1. Elementary theoretical knowledge related to embroidery

    2. Practicals – simple design.

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(B)PRACTICAL TASKS

(Practice of hand stitches used in Tailoring ,such as, Basting, Running, Over casting, Half back stitch, herring bone, Back stitch, Padding of quilting, Fine stitch, Marking , Tacking , etc.

  1. Practice of making Hems:

Sniffle ,flat , souble stitched flat, French & piped hems, etc.

  1. Practice of seams:

Single ,flat, double stitched flat, French & piped seams, etc.

  1. Practice of seam finished, pressed open, overcasted , self bound, bias bound , bias bounded and pinked edges , etc.

  2. Practice of seam finished, pin, corded, graduated, cross tucks, etc.

  3. Making pleats, knife, box, inverted and kilting of pleats, etc.

  4. Type of darts-half, full, slash, pivot, fish dart, etc.

  5. Practice of Button holes:

Worked button holes, for shirt, pant and coat Bound button holed one piece, two pieces etc.

  1. Practice of corners- turned , trimmed, binded etc.

  2. Practice of making pockets in garments ,such as : straight, slanting, welf curved and patch pockets, single and double bone pockets with flap.

  3. Cutting bias strips and joining , practice of binding edges- straight , round ,corner shaped scallops, etc.

  4. Practice of setting gathers, smocking on gathers and sheering on gathers.

  5. Practice of making collars and cuffs with stiffing and trimming etc.

  6. Practice of drafting on Melton cloth and patterns , drafting of

Bodies, blocks (upper body of lower body) for men’s, ladies and children (all size) with the help of measurement chart.

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C) PRACTICAL EXERCISES

DRAFTING AND CUTTING OF PAPER PATTERN

Cutting and stitching of the following garments :

  1. Sari falls

  2. Pillow cover with bias border

  3. Petticoat (4 and 6 pieces)

  4. Blouse ladies ( 2 No’s) Plain and choli cut

  5. Lady’s suits (according to fashion ) and nighty

  6. Baby set (Yoke Frock with smoking and simple janghia)

  7. Boy’s night suit

  8. Boy’s shirt half and full sleave

  9. Boy’s shirt with straight and cross pocket

  10. Gents kurta , pyjama;

  1. Kalidar kurta

  2. Pent cut pyjama

  3. Nehru Kurta

  4. Churidar pyjama

  5. Gent’s shirt

  6. Aligarh pyjama

    11. CHILDREN GARMENTS : (SIX MONTHS TO 12 YEARS)

  1. Baby set (Yoke frock with smoking and simple janhgia)

  2. Skirt and top

  3. Jeans

  4. Frocks

  5. Slacks

  6. Chemize (Baby body cut)

  7. Boy’s night suit

  8. Boy’s shirt with straight and cross pocket

Fashion Designing Syllabus

  1. Brief history, necessity and scope of the trade.

  2. Specification / types / Make of Tools, equipment, raw material and consumables.

  3. Use, Care and maintenance of tools & equipment.

  4. Safety precautions and first aid.

  1. Demonstration, Familiarize, Selection, Usage and Maintenance of Tools / Machines / Equipments.

  2. Practice on Health & Safety

4

Knowledge of sewing machine, maintenance of sewing machine. Definition & knowledge of different seams and stitches.

Importance of pattern making, cutting techniques, difference between inches, cms, yards & meter. How to take measurement.

5

Knowledge of Fabric, trimmings accessories marking & laying on fabric cutting of fabric, trial of garments & alternation defects & remedies.

Select, use, maintain & store – tools, equipments & clothing safely.

6

Drafting, cutting & stitching of ladies garment with different designs, styles and as per the market trend.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

7

Pattern making of various ladies garments with different necklines, sleeves, collar cutting stitching & finishing of the following garments.

Skirt, tops and maxis.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

8

  1. Kameez with dart, princess line with Kali, six piece umbrella with yoke, overlap style.

  2. Salwar with waist band

Demonstration and Practice by participants

9

  1. Plain blouse with waist belt, Semi katori blouse, katori blouse, raglan blouse, high neck blouse.

  2. Kimono style, Halter neck.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

10

Surwar, Patiyalla, dhoti, Punjab, parallels & bell bottom style.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

11

Practice of various upper & lower body garments making patterns. Drafting of basic blocks pattern making of various patterns as per specification.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

12

Practice of cutting various garments, cutting technique. Cutting of fabrics using patterns. To sew various garments like baby suit, bloomers, baby frocks, suits skirts, Tops, salwar kameez, nightgowns, housecoats.

Demonstration and Practice by participants

13

Demonstration and Practice by participants

Demonstration and Practice by participants

Demonstration and Practice by participants

Demonstration and Practice by participants

14

Introduction of modern machines / equipments / tools / processes / methods

  1. Testing and inspection

  2. QMS / EMS

3.Procedures for QMS

4. Identifying bottleneck process

5.Communication and Remedial measures

16

Steps in setting up an enterprise

Assistance from supporting agencies and bank formalities & procedures.

17

Inviting the expert and sharing his / her experience. (preferable who has been trained through one of our programmes)

Market Survey Inputs

18

Preparation of Bankable project report

1.Basics of Book keeping

2.Visit to an award winning Fashion Designing Unit.

20

Management techniques like Housekeeping, Best practices available in the trade, Value Engineering etc.

Small Business Management

Costing & Estimation

22

Selling and marketing techniques.

Inputs on statutory laws and taxation.

23

Evaluation & Feedback

Valediction & Certificate Distribution.