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All India Council For Mass Education And Developme Ngo In Delhi Delhi

All India Council For Mass Education And Developme Ngo Information

ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME Non Governmental Organization is located in Delhi Delhi . ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME is registered as a Society at Hyderabad of state Andhra Pradesh with Ngo unique registration ID 'DL/2009/0001664' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 965 of 1980 on the date of 12-09-1980, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME is Mr A K Mittal and Chief functionary officer is Mr J L Kaul.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME
Unique Id of VO/NGO
DL/2009/0001664
Chief Functionary
Mr J L Kaul
Chairman
Mr A K Mittal
Secretary
Ms Sachu Ramalingam
Treasurer
Mr V K Chadha

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
965 of 1980
City of Registration
Hyderabad
State of Registration
Andhra Pradesh
Date of Registration
12-09-1980
frca
231650008
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

City
State
Country
India
Telephone
011-27054082
Telephone 2
9810684208
Mobile Number
9810684208
Address
All India Confederation of the Blind,Braille Bhawan,Behind Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital,Sector-5, Rohini,Delhi-110085
Website
Fax
011-27050915

ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This ALL INDIA COUNCIL FOR MASS EDUCATION AND DEVELOPME NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Differently Abled, Education & Literacy, Human Rights, Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Finance (SHGs), Right to Information & Advocacy, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment, Any Other

Operational States

Delhi, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh

Operational Districts

Central Delhi, East Delhi, New Delhi, North Delhi, North East Delhi, North West Delhi, South Delhi, South West Delhi, West Delhi, Gurgaon, Satna, Alwar, Banda, Chitrakoot, Fatehpur

Major Activities and Achivements

All India Confederation of the Blind (AICB) is a premier self-help organization of the blind in the country and is affiliated to the World Blind Union, the sole International voice of the blind. AICB was presented the best NGO National Award in the disability sector in 2006 and was honoured by the then President of India. Its high-speed computerized Braille press has been adjudged the best Braille press in the country by the Government of India and was presented a special National Award of Rs. one lakh at a function in Vigyan Bhawan on January4, 2009 on the occasion of 200th Birth Anniversary of Louis Braille-the inventor of reading and writing system for visually impaired persons. AICB is made up of over 20 afiliates across the country and represents thousands of blind men and women. It has about 20 projects with over 100 employees with an annual budget of about Rs. Three crores. AICB conducts a wide array of services which benefit hundreds of visually challenged children and adults. Prominent among these are: 1. A state-of-the-art special school for blind children in a village in Gurgaon district. 2. The largest Braille printing press in the country. 3. A talking book studio-cum-cassette library for college-going blind students. 4. Vocational courses in stenography and IT applications. 5. Training courses for the newly blinded adults. 6. A hostel for college-going blind girls. 7. A scheme for Merit Scholarships and computer-support for blind girls pursuing under graduate and post graduate courses across the country. 8. Rural rehabilitation programmes for the blind in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. 9. Provision of interest free loans to blind persons for self-employment ventures in rural areas. 10. Pensions to the elderly blind persons. 11. Eye-care and eye-health services. 12. Braille equipment bank services. 13. Advocacy initiatives for visually impaired persons denied their due rights. 14. A number of Braille journals. 15. Research projects in the field of education and employment for the blind. Facts at a glance 2008-2009 Free education to V.I. Children: 120 Braille production: produced 5462246 Braille pages and benefited over 25000 blind readers in the country. Recording Studio-cum-cassette library: 734 master cassettes, 29801 cassettes copied and benefited 1215 blind students. Vocational training: about 60 blind persons received training in stenography and computer application. Adjustment training: 40 newly blinded persons received training free of charge. Women empowerment: merit scholarships of Rs. 926000/- to 70 blind girls, free hostel facility to 41 college-going girls, leadership and other training facility were provided to 176 blind girls. Placement: 203 blind persons were placed in rural and urban areas by providing interest free loan of Rs. 1529000.00. Community Based Rehabilitation: Training and rehabilitation services provided to 405 blind persons in rural areas. Eye-Care: Eye screening: 79585 IOl surgeries 2596 Free Eye Glasses: 4939 and at subsidized rates: 13808 Braille equipment bank benefited over 9000 blind persons by providing basic Braille equipment worth Rs. 11,78,168.00 on subsidized rates. Philips Transistor sets, walking sticks provided to: 225 persons