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Be a partner in development of the Nation

Bharat Vikas Parishad is striving for the development of the Nation. You can also participate in this effort  by (a) becoming a member of Bharat Vikas Parishad, (b) enrolling yourself as a “Vikas Ratna” or “Vikas Mitra”  and (c)  donating for various sewa &  sanskar projects.

Donations to Bharat Vikas Parishad are eligible for income tax exemption under section 80-G of Income Tax Act. Donations may kindly be sent by cheque / demand draft in favour of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharat Vikas Bhawan, BD Block, Behind Power House, Pitampura, Delhi-110034.






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    Elected Prantiya Office Bearers   

 e.     Branch Pres/Secy/Treasurer

 District-wise Branches

CODE                      DISTRICT / BRANCHES

             ORS2090                    SUNDARGARH

1           ORS2090 01                Rourkela

2           ORS2090 02                Ispat

             ORS2100                    JHARSUGUDA

             ORS2110                    SAMBALPUR

3           ORS2110 01                Sambalpur

4           ORS2110 02                Hirakud

             ORS2120                    DEOGHAR

             ORS2130                    ANGUL

             ORS2140                    KEONJHAR

5           ORS2140 01                Barbil

             ORS2150                    MAYURBHANJ

             ORS2160                    BALASORE

             ORS2170                    BHADRAK

             ORS2180                    JAJPUR

             ORS2190                    DHENKANAL

             ORS2200                    KENDRAPARA

             ORS2210                    CUTTACK

6           ORS2210 02                Cuttack Chandi
7           ORS2210 03                Cuttack Abhinav

             ORS2220                    JAGATSINGHPUR

             ORS2230                    KHURDA

8           ORS2230 01                Bhubaneswar Central

9           ORS2230 02                Bhubneshwar North

10         ORS2230 04                Chandrasekharpur

11         ORS2230 08                Vanivihar
12         ORS2230 09                Ekarma

             ORS2240                    PURI

12         ORS2240 02                Puri Ad Hoc/ Jagannath

             ORS2250                    NAYAGAD

13.        ORS2250 01                Nayagad

14.        ORS2250 02                Daspalla

             ORS2260                    BOUDH

             ORS2270                    SONEPUR

             ORS2280                    BARGARH

             ORS2290                    BOLANGIR

15         ORS2290 01                Titlagarh   

             ORS2300                    NAWAPARA

             ORS2310                    GANJAM  

16         ORS2310 01                Brahmapur

             ORS2320                    KALAHANDI

17         ORS2320 01                Khariar

             ORS2330                    GAJAPATI

             ORS2340                    KANDHAMAL

             ORS2350                    RAYAGADA

             ORS2360                    NAWRANGPUR

18         ORS2360 01                Navrangpur

             ORS2370                    KORAPUT

             ORS2380                    MALKANGIRI




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Prantiya Karyashala
Odisha: On 1
st June 2014 Prant organized Prantiya Karyashala for office bearers of the branches at Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan, BBSR. It was well informative due to the efforts of eminent, efficient, sincere and experienced resource persons like, S/Shri Kalyan Ray, S.N. Panda, J.P. Mishra, D.D. Mishra, L.K. Mohanty and G.P. Mishra. Management of branches and management of funds and finance were the topics discussed. Workshop was held in 2 sessions with 8 resource persons. Attendance was also very encouraging.

(Niti: Aug., 2014)

Prantiya Workshop: 2010
Odisha Prant :
 With an objective of training the newly revived branch, the first workshop was held at Puri on 30 May, 2010, the day of its formal opening. Delegates from 6 branches, Prantiya Council members, media persons and 40 members and dignitaries of Puri joined the function. Besides, State Chief Patron Sh. Kalyan Ray, IAS and Sri Mithilesh K Verma, National Addl. Org. Secretary attended as Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.

The inaugural function started by invoking the blessings of Lord Jagannath, the famous holy shrine being visible from entrance of the venue. The meeting was presided over by Sh. L.K. Mohanty, State President, who administered the oath of office to Office Bearers while the Chief Patron inducted the members of the new branch to BVP by leading them in "Sadasya Sankalp".

Keynote address was delivered by Sh. M. K. Verma, which was informative and inspiring to new and potential members. Dr. Smt. Padmalaya Garabadu, General Secretary outlined the BVP projects & events to be held. Prant Treasurer Smt. Bina Pani Sahoo spoke in detail on account keeping. The workshop ended with open question-answer session.

(Niti; Sep.,2010)

Prantiya Workshop: 2009

Prant organised its Annual Workshop at Bhubaneswar on 28th June, 2009. All the working branches were invited. Forty Office Bearers and Projects Conveners and EC members participated. The Zonal and concerned Central Office Bearers including Zonal Patrons Shri P.D. Bhoot, National Secretary Prof. D.D. Mishra and National Conveners Shri S.N. Panda & Shri G.N. Mishra were present. The President Shri L.K. Mohanty chaired the inaugural session. All the Central Office Bearers and the State Patorn Prof. P.K. Sahu spoke in this session on the ideals, aims and objective, of the Parishad and its commitment to serving the underprivileged fellow citizen. There was an emphasis to plan for Vistar. The branch representatives then presented their activity plans for 2009-10.

The second session was interactive among members of different branches by providing discussion in groups, each with specific themes on Sampark, Sahayog, Sewa, Sanskar & Samarpan. Two senior members nominated as Chairman & Coordinator conducted the group discussions in each group. The coordinators presented the conclusions at end of the session.

The third session was devoted to the proper conduct of BVP events and best way of executing its projects.

The fourth & final session was devoted to the priority objective set for the current year, namely expansion or Vistar.

                                                                                                                                                                                                            (Niti; Sep., 2009)


The 5th annual conference of Odisha Prant was held on 29th March 2009 at Hirakund for the first time outside Bhubaneswar city. The Hirakund Branch, the latest addition to the Prant is barely 1 year old. Yet it hosted the conference. Eight members from 10 branches of Orissa assembled in the Pramod Hall, located close to the famous Hirakund Dam over river Mahanandi. It was a gratifying sight to find the members of the Parishad travelling from far and near to meet each other, exchange views and renew friendship. In the morning after offering Navratri Pujan at famous Samaleswari temple, they visited the dam, the first built in Independent India. They viewed the beautiful scenes of the reservoir, spill ways and surrounding blue hills from atop the famous Gandhi Minar.

The inauguration session was chaired by Prantiya President Er. Amulya Garabadu, who welcomed the guests and spoke of the background & significance of the conference. Sri G.P. Mishra, the General Secretary, outlined the activities of the Prant during 2008-09. The State Treasurer Sri CVR Subudhi presented the annual income & expenses statement.

The Zonal Chairman Prof. D.D.Mishra then administered the oath of office to the new office bearers of the Prant, Hirakund and Sambalpur branches.

State Patrons Prof. B.B.Mishra spoke on "Sewa & Sankar" while Prof. P.K.Sahu spoke on "Cooperatives as Potential tool of Sewa for the Parishad". The chief guest Sri P. K. Guru, the Vice President of Hindalco, a premium National Company running Aluminium smelter in Hirakund

lauded to role of Bharat Vikas Parishad in the development of the Nation.

In an ongoing programme of encouraging expansion, the Prant felicitated the branches securing memberships exceeding 50. Vikas Prasasti-Patras were presented to Chandrasekhar Pur (61), Rourkela (51) & Sambalpur (50). Prant also felicitated Brahmapur branch for hosting the Prantiya Workshop and Hirakund branch to organize Prantiya conference with "Sahayog Prasasti Patra". The Prant honoured their assistance.

Sixth volume of newsletter 'Sampriti' and the annual planner was released. The second session was devoted to review of activities of the branches, which were provided by respective Office Bearers. There was group discussion and interactions as well. There were cheerful applauds when special achievments were noted. They included inauguration of own building "Vikas Bhawan" by Brahmpur, Blood donation and Blood Grouping by Bhubaneswar North, holding of All-India NGSC first time in Orissa by Bhubaneswar Main, Launching of Prison Library by Titilagarh, Senior Citizen Help Centre by Nayagarh etc. The Prantiya Council accepted the offer of Ispat Branch to hold the next Conference at Rourkela.

Sri Saroj Acharya offered Dhanyabad to all participants. Family members of Hirakund Br. staged an excellent cultural show in the evening followed by dinner.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  (Niti; Jun. 2009)

Odisha Prant and Brahmapur Branch jointly organized the Prantiya Workshop on 27 July 08 in Brahmapur in Parishad’s own building “Bharat Vikas Parishad Bhawan” attended by 59 Office Bearers of 10 Branches, Prant and Zone. Delivering the keynote address entitled “ Publicity, The Key to Vistar of BVP” Zone Chairman Prof D D Mishra urged all members of Parishad to stop being “Publicity Shy”, overcome inertia and blend their hard work of nation-building with visibly spreading Parishad’s message; turning themselves into “Public Relations Executives”

While Prof Dr B B Mishra, State Patron spoke of “Conducting BVP Events & Programs”, Er. Amulya Garabadu, Prant President traced the evolution of the Parishad and its Aims & Objectives. Dr Bhagaban Patra, spoke of BVP Constitution & Bye Laws, while Org-Secretary Sri Niranjan Das explained the BVP Org-Structure with charts. Er J P Mishra, Zone Secretary and Smt Geeta Pattanayak, Bhubaneswar Br-President spoke of the forthcoming national level NGSC at Bhubaneswar. Sri L K Mohanty of Zone-8 reminded the values behind our Sanskar & Seva projects. Prant Treasurer Sri CVR Subudhi laid the Audit Report 2007-8.

During the Reporting Session, office bearers of participating branches read out the activities reports and vigorously debated the issues faced. Principal participants were Sri Jai Prakash & Prof Anil Pati of Titilagarh, Prof Hara Mohapatra & Sri Basantia Secy of Nayagad, President Sri Nityanand Mishra of Cuttack, Prof Sankar Tripathy & Sri Jogen Mishra of Rourkela, Sri S Mohanty of BBSR-N and Sri Janardan Subudhi, Sri Santosh Prusti, Sri Braja Padhy, Secy of the host branch of Brahmapur. The fifth volume of Prantiya Newsletter “Sampriti” was launched. 


The Prant encourages the branches to run the projects of Seva and Sanskar and does not run a project of its own except those that involve more branches than one, such as State Level Sanskar events of NGSC, NSFSC, BKJ etc. Others include Avenue Garden & Blood Grouping Camps in multi-branch city of Bhubaneswar. These events were done in time and the two permanent projects were run.

The winning teams were deputed by the Prant to participate in national level competitions. Odisha Team won the second prize in the national level competition in regional category of NGSC held in Bhubaneswar while the team sent to Roorkee did very well in NSGSFSC, but failed to win a prize.  We could not send BKJ team to Fazilka as the date of competition clashed with school examinations.

The national level NGSC of 2008 was held in the territory of the Prant but was sponsored and organised by a single branch. The details of the event has been covered in the branch report of Bhubaneswar Main.  

PARIVAR SHIVIR: A large contingent of 38 members including 30 from new Hirakud branch, joined the Shivir at Kanyakumari.


Prant also organised its own election for 2009-10 at Bhubaneswar on 1 Feb 2009. Sri D N Dash of CH-Pur branch conducted the election as the Returning Officer.
(Picture: New Office Bearers: L-R, Treasurer Er. Smt Sahu, Gen-Secy. Dr Smt Garabadu, Returning Officer Sri DN Dash & Prez. Sri LK Mohanty)

The last event of the session would be the Annual Prantiya Conference and State Council Meeting at Hirakud on 29 Mar 2009. The Prant is grateful to Hirakud branch for organising this event. It had been our endeavour to hold Prantiya events at different localities of the state so as to provide better interaction with new branches and members. We record our gratitude to Brahmapur branch, who had enthusiastically organised the Prantiya workshop this year in the premises of their own building. 

           In conclusion we express our gratefulness to all our branches, members, EC and sponsors for any success we might have achieved and we surely take the responsibility of our failures that must have taken place. Bharat Vikas Parishad is an evolving organisation. The role of the Prant is therefore flexible, which fits into its primary job of a facilitator rather than an administrator. The next Office Bearers will hopefully play their roles in a manner that would blend the Prant into the requirement of the branches and members evenly, without prejudice. They should distribute their attention throughout the state rather than concentrate in their own branch or locality. That could alone further the objectives of the Parishad in our state.


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