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Alamdar Social Welfare Society Shamasabad Ngo In Srinagar Jammu And Kashmir

Alamdar Social Welfare Society Shamasabad Ngo Information

ALAMDAR SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY SHAMASABAD Non Governmental Organization is located in srinagar Jammu and Kashmir . ALAMDAR SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY SHAMASABAD is registered as a Society at Budgam of state Jammu and Kashmir with Ngo unique registration ID 'JK/2014/0073181' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 3549-s of 2000 on the date of 20-10-2000, Its parent ORganaisation is INCREDIBLE INDIAH. The Chairman of ALAMDAR SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY SHAMASABAD is Bilal Ahmad Wani and Chief functionary officer is Bilal Ahmad Wani. Promoters are Arshid Hussain Bhat, Waseem Umer Bhat, ,.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
ALAMDAR SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY SHAMASABAD
Unique Id of VO/NGO
JK/2014/0073181
Chief Functionary
Bilal Ahmad Wani
Chairman
Bilal Ahmad Wani
Secretary
Mohd Lateef Wani
Treasurer
Shubeena Moheen
Promoter 1
Arshid Hussain Bhat
Promoter 2
Waseem Umer Bhat

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
3549-s of 2000
City of Registration
Budgam
State of Registration
Jammu and Kashmir
Date of Registration
20-10-2000
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
01951-296194
Mobile Number
09622855085
Address
Kalshipora Khansahib Budgam Jammu and Kashmir Pin 191111
Website
NO website is listed

ALAMDAR SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY SHAMASABAD Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Major Activities and Achivements

in view of backwardness more so in education poorly and lack of modern type of education for words in this most backward areas the gentry of the area have decided to run an educational institution which will cater to the academic needs of the children of the area on modern technique and provide for comparatively better type of education in common school subjects rules regarding the nature of duty To establish run manage maintain and develop research institutions in the field of education to construct building for accommodation of schools hostels etc to undertake adult education programmes for the educational advancement of the poor in both rural and urban areas to purchase and take on lease plots land or buildings or to receive as gifts or donation of land and buildings building awareness on the importance of education for rural people as a crucial step to achieve the Millennium goals of eradicating extreme poverty and hunger and achieving education for all overcoming the rural education gap increasing access to basic education by rural people improving quality of basic education in rural areas fostering national capacity to plan and implement basic education plans to address learning needs of rural people Advocacy and mobilization of partnerships for education of the rural people concentrating on strategic global regional and international events and encouraging the same within countries Identify capacity for different substantive components on education for rural people within partners institutions Support the exchange of good practices and knowledge on education for rural people The framework for rural education should be revised with introduction to the technological advancements Due to lack of interest and education farmers do not send their children to schools. Instead they prefer their children to work in the fields The agricultural families are believed to be less educated than non-agricultural families Teachers should also know how to convince such families and bring out the students from age old practices Introducing school gardens to impart knowledge on farming and the use of fertilizers will allure most of the agricultural families Good infrastructure with proper school buildings is the primary need to promote rural education. Technologies have always been beneficiary to Indians This is another medium through which rural education can be set to a speedy progressive rate. An example is already set in the rural schools of Surat where children uses LCD projector for their learning process. Virtual classes, accessibility to low cost computers per village throughout the country educational workshops are some of the issues to be worked upon to bring innovation in teaching as well as learning process Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities because in each of us there is a private hope and dream which, fulfilled, can be translated into benefit for everyone and greater strength for our nation