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Akshayam Society In Guwahati Assam

Akshayam Society Information

AKSHAYAM is located in GUWAHATI Assam . AKSHAYAM is registered as a Society at GUWAHATI of state Assam with Ngo unique registration ID 'AS/2012/0051450' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number KAM(M)/240/A-29/648 on the date of 2012 January 24th Tue , Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of AKSHAYAM is BISWAJIT BHARADWAJ and Chief functionary officer is BISWAJIT BHARADWAJ.

Akshayam Society Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AKSHAYAM
Unique Id of VO/NGO
AS/2012/0051450
Chief Functionary
BISWAJIT BHARADWAJ
Chairman
BISWAJIT BHARADWAJ
Secretary
MAYURAKSHI BHATTA
Treasurer
NANDAN BURAGOHAIN

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
KAM(M)/240/A-29/648
City of Registration
GUWAHATI
State of Registration
Assam
Date of Registration
24-01-2012
NGO Registration certificate
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AKSHAYAM Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
0361-2608176
Mobile Number
9954136181
Address
AKSHAYAM,FLAT NO. 1C, PRINCIPAL J.B ROAD, POAL ENCLAVE, CHENIKUTHI
Email
akshayam.axom@gmail.com
Website

Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This AKSHAYAM NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Art & Culture, Children, Education & Literacy, Sports, Tourism, Youth Affairs

Operational States

Assam

Operational Districts

Kamrup, Kamrup Metro

AKSHAYAM Major Activities and Achivements

A 10 day motorbike trip was undertaken by a group of 8 sports coaches from different discipline from guwahati to kathmandu in order to promote sports among the under privileged children of the society. During the trip, sports goods was distributed among children residing in orphanages and brief lectures were delivered describing the benefit of sports to them.Akshayam also conducts chess training classes for the children of the society and this service is free for the underprivileged children.