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उत्तराखंड सतरुद्रा ट्रस्ट

Reg.No.IV/921/2019

Our Activities

There can be no definition of a successful life which does not include the services of others.

Our Words

Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust honored by selecting 15 meritorious students (6 intermediate and 9 high school) who were in the first 8 positions of the hill districts in the merit list in Uttarakhand council examinations (year 2022) in order to discharge their responsibilities towards the society. decided to do. Under this, a citation and ₹ 5000/ to intermediate students and ₹ 4000/ to high school students were distributed. A total amount of ₹ 66000/ was distributed under this item. The trust expresses its gratitude to all its associates and wishes all the children a bright future. The details of all the children are being given for your information.

KEY ACTIVITIES 2021-22

• Audit of the accounts of the trust was done by auditor Sh Shailendra Singh Shahi Report was presented to trustees in July 21

• Annual report 2020-21 were finalised and despatched to members and donors.

• On 2nd Dec 2021, Executive members of the Trust were on a 2-day visit to Anand Lok, Village Sirasu, Yamkeshwar Block Pauri Garhwal and attended a proposed small function with children of two schools: Primary and Junior high Schools (Govt) Village Sirasu. Trust members with their spouses were present with the school children and distributed woollen sweaters to all the Children of both the schools

• One time Fin Assistance of INR 19000/= for Eye Surgery was provided to Sh Ravindra Singh, Resi of-Ghansali Gongarh, Village-Kotdwar, District-Tehari Garhwal) who was operated on 9- 7-2021 in Amritsar Eye Hosp Dehradun. Dr R C Baluni, being a doctor himself and Exec member of our trust has facilitated the process and present at the time of eye surgery of Ravindra Singh.

• One-time financial assistance of INR 15000/= was provided to Sh. Satendra Singh R/O Village: Sunder Khal (Kunj Khal Lansdowne) for the treatment of Liv er failure in the month of Dec 21. Part payment of expenses paid directly to Indresh Hospital Dehradun.

• Plantation drive (Mainly fruit plants) was carried out at Government Inter College Gujrrara Sahastra dhara, by the trust in the month of 15th August-21. Principal of the college, Teachers, Members of the trust and students were present on the occasion.

• Our student beneficiaries have also increased from 9 to 14 this year getting financial assistance in the range of INR 500-1000.

• Families getting financial aid of INR 1500 per month have also increased to 5 needy members on this year.

• Second Pamphlet of the Trust reflecting the activities of year 2021-22 was released on 11/03/2022. Pamphlet is required to communicate and create awareness of trust activities among general public/friends

• In the area of Environment protection, Trust members coordinated and associated with the residents of the villages around Suswa River for controlling pollution of the river and also attended the first meeting of Suswa Punarjeevan Samiti formed for the purpose in the month of April 21. An amount of Rs. 2000 was also contributed by the trust to the Samiti.

• ITR of the Trust account was filed for the year 2020-21.

• Our Donors- Donors are the Assets for our Trust to move on. Although substantial part of Trust accounts is from the contribution of Trustees/members but our good Friends, well-wishers and kind hearted people have also donated in a very encouraging way.

FUTURE INITIATIVES

• To provide assistance for improving basic infrastructure & repairing of roof at primary school, Village-Taal Baandni Yamkeshwar Block Distt Pauri Garhwal. In this regard a team of the members of the trust visited the site of the school to assess the condition on ground. Trust members found that the condition of roof is in very poor shape and requires immediate repairing/replacement. As decided, the authorities of School themselves will submit repair estimates & any final decision will be taken after that.

• To identify Gaushala located in Dehradun or nearby area to take care of unproductive/ injured Cows. Trust members explore possibilities where injured cows are kept/ treated. It’s an ongoing process & whenever any such case is brought to the knowledge of Trust, action is taken. An amount, INR 5000 maximum per case has been marked.

• Providing merit scholarships to poor and intelligent students for higher education. To obtain benefits under rule 12 A and 80 G of I Tax Act.

• Stimulating sustainable economic growth through natural resources development.

• Enhancing agricultural productivity for sustainable livelihoods. Promotion of organic farming.

• Environment protection activities/ Plantation. Acquiring land on lease to start such developmental activities.

• Floriculture, Plastic waste management activities. To provide counselling and guidance to young people and adults.

• Water resource mapping and conservation

• Organising medical camp in remote localities

• Women empowerment through

a) providing financial support and education to them

b) Providing means of regular earning etc.

Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust on 07 November 2022 at Community Health Center Raipur Dehradun at 11 am under "Prime Minister T.B. Free India Campaign" 6 T.B. Pledged to provide nutritious food to the patients for 6 months.In a subtle program, in the presence of Dr. Pratap Singh Rawat, in-charge of the center, these patients were presented nutritious diet for the first month.On this occasion, Vinod Bahuguna, Ganesh Uniyal, Anoop Barthwal, Dr. Rakesh Baluni and Harendra Singh Aswal were present on behalf of the trust. Ganesh Chandra Uniyal gave brief introduction and activities of the trust.

Center in-charge Dr. Pratap Singh Rawat in his address appreciated this step of the trust and expressed hope that patients will continue to get such cooperation in future also. The members of the trust informed that this program will soon be implemented in the hilly districts of the state.Mr. Girish Bawadi, employee of the Community Health Center, conducted the program. Shri Sandeep Panwar, Shri Ramchandra Malgudi, and Shri Manwar Singh Rawat had special cooperation from the Centre. The Trust wishes speedy recovery to all the patients.

At present, protection and care of cattle in hilly areas like cities is becoming a challenging task. In the cities, cattle can be seen roaming on the streets in a deplorable condition. The situation is different in the mountains, where stray cattle mostly become the prey of tigers (leopards).The pious work of taking care of these cows is being done by some sensitive people of the society at the institutional and individual level. One such organization, Mr. Girish Kandwal, the founder of Dandamandal Craft Association Kimsar, Yamkeshwar, Pauri Garhwal, is also making an important contribution in the conservation of cow dynasty through the organization. In their Gaushala, cows are released from a wide area around, which are taken care of here with great devotion.At present there are more than fifty cows here. Every year many cows give birth and start giving milk. Such cows are given free of cost to the nearby villagers and most of them come back after that. At one time the number of cows here had increased to more than ninety. The Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust had decided to encourage organizations doing such work. When this Gaushala came to the notice of the trust, information was gathered and after approval, an installment of ₹ 5000/- cooperation amount was given to the said institution as cooperation. An annual contribution of ₹ 10000/ has been approved by the trust under this head, which will be given in two instalments. We are a recognized trust under section 12A and 80G of the Income Tax Act, therefore the amount donated is tax exempt as per rules.

Students selected for collaboration-

1. Chirag Kothari

2. Mohit Nautiyal

3. Satyavrat Bhatt

4. Yuvraj Sharma

5. Shubham Uniyal

6. Shivam Bhatt

A total of ₹ 15000.00 was spent on the said item. Sarvashri Lakshan Singh Bisht, Mangla Prasad Bangwal, Anoop Kumar Barthwal, Ganesh Chandra Uniyal, Mahendra Pal Singh Negi and Harendra Singh Aswal participated in the program on behalf of Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust. Principal Dr. Omprakash Purwal was present in the program of all the teachers, teachers and students.The Trust is grateful to the Principal and the entire school family for organizing this event. Trust members were welcomed by the Principal in the program by expressing gratitude. Trust President Laxman Singh Bisht in his address encouraged the children and encouraged them to give their highest contribution to the society. The Principal was assured by the trust that in future also the children who get the highest position will be rewarded. The program was conducted by Acharya Subhash Chandra Doval.

Today on 20.09.2022 the monthly meeting of the trust was organized. The recently published poetry collection "Kavya Aushadhi" of our trustee Dr. Rakesh Baluni was released by the trust on this occasion. Dr. Baluni dedicated the cooperation amount earned from this poetry collection to the trust. Dr. Baluni holds a special identity in the medical world as well as in the literary world. The trust wishes happiness and prosperity for their future life. hat in future also the children who get the highest position will be rewarded. The program was conducted by Acharya Subhash Chandra Doval.

In order to discharge its responsibilities towards the society, Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust has decided to honor 15 meritorious students (6 intermediate and 9 high school) who are in the first 8 places in the merit list of the Uttarakhand council examinations in the hilly districts. . Under this, a citation and ₹ 5000/ to intermediate students and ₹ 4000/ to high school students were distributed. A total amount of ₹ 66000/ was distributed under this item. The trust expresses its gratitude to all its associates and wishes all the children a bright future.

Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust distributed sweaters to children

On 2 December 2021, the members of Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust reached Anand Lok, Village Sirasu, Yamkeshwar, Pauri Garhwal on a two-day visit. Here, sweaters were distributed as gifts to the children of two schools - Ra P V Sirasu and R U P V Sirasu in a brief programme.It is worth mentioning that the trust has been running various programs of social service for the last two years, which includes educational support to underprivileged students (currently 14 children), family assistance to poor underprivileged families (currently four families) and medical assistance (one so far). During this Mrs. and Mr. Vinod Bahuguna, Mrs. and Mr. Laxman Singh Bisht. Mrs. and Mr. Mahendra Pal Singh Negi, Mrs. and Mr. Ganesh Chandra Uniyal, Mrs. and Mr. Anoop Kumar Barthwal, Mrs. and Mr. Mangala Prasad Bangwal and Mrs. and Mr. Harendra Singh Aswal were present. The program was coordinated by Mrs. Sushma Aswal.Earlier, the headmistress Mrs. Radha Binjola expressed gratitude while welcoming everyone. On behalf of the trust, Chairman Mr. Laxman Singh Bisht addressed the children and encouraged them. In the end, Mrs. Mamta Chowdhary, Headmistress of Junior High School Sirasu proposed vote of thanks.Principal of Junior High School Sirasu, Mrs. Mamta Chowdhary and teacher Mr. Anil Rawat were also present on the occasion.

And today finally another dimension has been added to the activities of "Uttarakhand Satrudra Trust". Ravindra Singh, age 32, resident of Ghansali Gongarh Village-Kot, District Tehri Garhwal, who is resourceless and economically incapable today, a few years ago suddenly lost his vision in one eye. His eyesight had gone.Now for the last few months Ravindra started having a problem in the other eye as well, due to which the vision of the other eye was also affected and gradually the vision was decreasing.

Ravindra Singh's eye treatment was going on at Nirmal Hospital Rishikesh but satisfactory results were not available. When the matter came to the notice of the Trust, Dr. Dinesh Sharma was contacted at Amritsar Eye Clinic after examination of Ravindra's documents by the Medical Committee of the Trust under the chairmanship of Dr. Rakesh Baluni. On behalf of the Trust, Trustee Dr. Rakesh Baluni, Former Additional Director (Senior Anaesthetist) maintained contact throughout the time and remained present in the hospital till the patient went home. The total cost of operation Rs.19000/- was borne by the trust which was paid directly to the hospital. Ravindra Singh used to work in a hotel, he was not able to do any work for the last 3 years due to his low eyesight and was living his life at home. Ravindra is survived by his wife and 3 children.

Ravindra Singh's eye treatment was going on at Nirmal Hospital Rishikesh but satisfactory results were not available. When the matter came to the notice of the Trust, Dr. Dinesh Sharma was contacted at Amritsar Eye Clinic after examination of Ravindra's documents by the Medical Committee of the Trust under the chairmanship of Dr. Rakesh Baluni. On behalf of the Trust, Trustee Dr. Rakesh Baluni, Former Additional Director (Senior Anaesthetist) maintained contact throughout the time and remained present in the hospital till the patient went home. The total cost of operation Rs.19000/- was borne by the trust which was paid directly to the hospital. Ravindra Singh used to work in a hotel, he was not able to do any work for the last 3 years due to his low eyesight and was living his life at home. Ravindra is survived by his wife and 3 children.

Suswa river from Mothrawala in Dehradun whose total irrigated area is about 15 kms. It is long, on one side of which there are about seven gram panchayats and on the other side there is Raja Ji National Park, which is a protected area for wildlife. Till 2000, this river, which used to be lifeline for this area, has become highly polluted today. The major reason for this is the "Bindal" and "Rispana" rivers of Dehradun, which now carry sewage, hospital waste, plastic and industrial waste from the entire Dehradun city and pour it into the Suswa river. The second reason is the lack of water coming from natural sources in the river, of which 80-90% of the water is used in the course of the river itself. Any river needs at least 40% "natural flow" to protect aquatic life and flora.The bad effect of polluted and toxic water can be clearly seen on the agricultural land, quality and yield of crops, ground water pollution, health of residents, domesticated cattle and wild animals of these villages. The side effects of pollution are evident from skin diseases on humans and increasing number of cancer and other patients in the area.

Our Trust launched a public awareness campaign, in which "Suswa Punarjeevan Sangharsh Samiti" was formed to give a working shape to the campaign by taking village heads and villagers of five villages, in which your trust will be active as a guide and technical partner.

It is necessary to mention here that once this area was the main production center of the world famous Basmati rice, which has now completely fallen prey to pollution.

Honored

उत्तराखंड बोर्ड , वर्ष 2021-22 के पुरस्कार ववजेता मेघवी छात्र ।

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