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Lab services begin for Dhanas residents at rehabilitation colony
The Tribune; September 23, 2016

Chandigarh: Now, residents of rehabilitation colony, Dhanas, will get better healthcare facilities in their neighbourhood.
The UT Health Department, in collaboration with Bharat Vikas Parishad, started laboratory services at the rehabilitation colony, here today. The laboratory services have been set up following a decision taken during a meeting of the National Health Mission chaired by Kirron Kher, MP, Chandigarh, on September 21.

In the meeting, it was decided that NGOs must be involved to provide better health care service to the people of Chandigarh.
In the initial phase of the project, the Bharat Vikas Parishad has initiated laboratory testing at nominal rates for the inhabitants of the colony. An ECG machine has also been installed. This initiative has got a good response from the public and a large numbers of patients were tested today.

Next on agenda is to set up a well-equipped laboratory to facilitate the residents of Dhanas and lessen the burden on hospitals.
Notably, the residents of the colony had apprised Kher about the lack of healthcare services in Dhanas during a public darbar held earlier this month, following which the decision to set up the services was taken by


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Punjab Governor flags off free mobile diagnostic Van
The Tribune; 15 September, 2016
CHANDIGARH : The Governor of Punjab and Administrator, UT, Chandigarh, Shri V.P. Singh Badnore, today flagged off free Mobile Diagnostic Van at Indira Holiday Home Chandigarh, which was given by Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Center labour department UT Chandigarh to collect samples.

Speaking on the occasion, the Governor said that though urban areas have better government and private health facilities, the urban poor in living in slums and colonies were unable to avail them due to high cost and lack of assistance to access these health care facilities. He said that this Mobile Van would collect blood samples from colonies and slum areas and do their clinical test free of cost. He was happy to see the Mobile Van well equipped with all necessary test kits. Earlier he drove the Van to make it mobile to start bringing blood samples.

Showing keen interest in this Charitable Diagnostic Center, the Governor visited each and every wing of the Center and said that the Bharat Vikas Parishad is doing a very noble duty to provide better health services to the people of Chandigarh and adjoining areas at affordable rates.
 

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NGOs quench the thrust of Shahpur's parched Vihigao 
DNA; Jun 23, 2016
Dombivli
: Whether there is drought or not next year, the residents of Vihigao in Shahpur will have enough water to meet their needs. Thanks to the three NGOs of Dombivli that built two dams with a capacity to store two crore litres of water.

While a lot of housing societies and corporations are still talking about rain water harvesting, three NGOs of Dombivli have already done what they can for the residents of Vihigaon. The NGOs — Vivekanand Seva Mandal, Tilaknagar Sarvajanik Ganesh Mandal and Bharat Vikas Parishad — have built two dams in Vihigao village of Shahpur, relieving the villagers from the grasp of water tanker mafia, who provided water only for six months.


The idea was a brainchild of Ketan Bondre of Vivekanand Seva Mandal, which has been doing lots of social work in Vihigao and other areas. "There were two dams in dilapidated conditions and without proper foundation in Vihigao. We rebuild them along with the foundation and they can store two crore liters of water," said Bondre.

They also built a bund to catch pebbles and stones so that it does not go into the dams. "We realised that we will need to de-silt the dams every year to remove these stones. So, we already built this bund which will stop the stones from going into the dam," he added.

Built at a cost of Rs12 lakh, the funding was provided by Tilaknagar Ganesh Mandal and Bharat Vikas Parishad and some individual donors. It can be recollected that during last year's Ganeshotsav, Tilaknagar Mandal had appealed to people, who hosted Ganpati at homes, to contribute for drought-affected farmers. "This money collected from homes was donated by Tilaknagar Mandal," he said.

The dams which were inaugurated on June 18 at the hands of Thane district collector Dr Mahendra Kalyankar is aimed to strengthen the village's economy. During rains, the villagers will cultivate rice and the land would remain unutilised for the rest of the year. "So, we will teach them how to cultivate cash crops like vegetables which they can sell in the neighbouring areas and make a living," says Bondre.

The mandal also want to introduce sweet water fish farming next year to further make the villagers economically self sufficient.

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BVP to reach out to one lakh school students
Aim is to mould children into socially responsible citizens
The Hindu; July 05, 2016

Ongole :
Bharat Vikas Parishad plans to reach out to one lakh schoolchildren during this year to mould them into socially responsible citizens, according to its National Additional Organising Secretary Suresh Jain.

Inaugurating the BVP Ongole unit on Monday, he said national group song competition would be held as also ‘Bharat Ko Jano’ event to create awareness among members of GenX on the rich cultural heritage of Bharat and inculcate patriotism in them.

“Our goal is to inspire the children to contribute their mite for development of the nation in all fields--cultural, social, academic, moral, national and spiritual- culminating in physically, economically and morally strong India,” he said.

The voluntary organisation with 1,300 branches across the country had chalked out plans to focus on spreading its activities to South India in a big way, he added after installing the Ongole unit office-bearers led by its president Bezawada Chakaravarthi.

“We will also provide free of cost artificial limbs to needy persons by holding health camps under the aegis of BVP branches,” he added.

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Underprivileged children to get free education
The Tribune; Jun 02, 2016
Chandigarh: Members A month-long camp for underprivileged children being organised by the Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) North 2 began today at Indira Holiday Home, Sector 24.

The camp which will go on till June 30 will provide education to over 120 underprivileged children free of cost.
The camp was inaugurated by Tilak Raj Wadhwa, state secretary (finance), Bharat Vikas Parishad. BVP North 2 patron KR Malhotra, district president JK Khanna, president SC Agrawal and secretaries IP Puri, Subhash Goyal and Avnish Bansal were among those others present.

Speaking on the occasion, Puri said a lot of children had shown interest in the camp. He said over 10 teachers of different subjects such as English, mathematics, science, and general knowledge would teach these children participating in the camp.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad clinic in Noida charges just Rs 20 for a diabetes test
The Hindustan Times; May10, 2016

Noida:
Mahesh, a construction labourer who resides in one of Noida’s many villages, has brought his diabetic mother to Bharat Vikas Parishad diagnostic clinic in Sector 6 for a checkup as testing costs much less than private labs.

“I come here because the doctors treat us well and the test costs just Rs 20. Otherwise, it would have been very difficult for us to afford the consultation fee of a private doctor and get regular testing done as my father is retired,” he said.

The clinic was established by a non-profit organisation in 2012 with an aim to make medical facilities, which are at par with the private institutions, available for the economically weaker section.

Besides Mahesh, a group of 15 people patiently wait for their names to be called, after which they are directed to appropriate rooms for consultation.

A kidney function test, which costs between Rs 600 and Rs 1,000 at a private lab, is offered at Rs 20 at the clinic.

“The clinic runs from 9.30 am to 1pm from Monday to Saturday. We offer services of a pathology lab and specialised doctors such as general physicians, dentists and paediatricians,” Atul Verma, a trustee of the organisation, said.

Though the clinic was established to serve those who can’t afford basic health care, members of BVP say that people from all walks of life come to the clinic. “There is no criteria for admission. We aim to provide these facilities to the many construction workers, domestic workers and other labourers who form a majority of Noida’s population,” Verma said.

The clinic is not associated with any political party and does not accept government help. The funding is solely from the 100 members of the organisation who are associated with the authority and Noida Entrepreneurs Association.

About 7 kilometres away in Sector 61, another charitable clinic in Sai Karunadham provides free checkups and tests every Saturday from 4pm to 8pm.

“We have a cardiologist, chest specialist, orthopaedic, child specialist, gynaecologist, rheumatologist, dentist and general physician who provide their services free of cost,” Dr Girish Vaishnava, who is also the head of the Noida diabetic forum, said.

Members of both clinics say that the footfall of hundreds per day is not enough. “We want to reach out to industrialists and factory owners to create awareness among their workers about the hospital,” Verma said.

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Free artificial limbs distributed
The Tribune; Mar 14, 2016
Ludhiana: A free artificial limbs distribution camp was held by Bharat Vikas Parishad Trust at Viklang Sahayta Kendre at Rishi Nagar here.

Artificial limbs and calipers were given to 55 physically handicapped persons. The camp was organised in association wtth an NGO – Creating Hopes, Canada and Apneet Ryat, ADC, Development, was the chief guest. The Trust had also organized polio surgery camps in which 2,211 polio operations have been done successfully.

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Special children take audience by surprise
The Tribune; Feb 28, 2016
Ludhiana: Members of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Kitchlu Branch, arranged a cultural programme for special children. Eighty-seven special children from 11 schools, including Ashirwad, Nirdosh, VRTC, School For Deaf, Prem Aashram, Darpan, Ek Paryas, Muskan, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Ek Jot and Ek Lakshyaa performed during the function at Viklang Sahayata Kendra in Rishi Nagar.

Meanwhile, 12 meritorious students, who excelled in their fields, were honoured on this occasion. Teachers who made efforts and dedicated their life to teach these children were also honoured.

Dr Vijay Kaushal and Dr Subhash Kaushal from the UK were the chief guests while Lata Jain of Vallabh Textiles was the guest of honour. They appreciated the efforts of the differently abled children and congratulated Bharat Vikas Parishad for taking up the cause of these children and bring their talent on floor.

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Women’s car rally organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad, Kashi
Times of India; Feb 12, 2016
Varanasi: Dedicated to save the girl child, a women's car rally was organised jointly by Bharat Vikas Parishad, Kashi and Benaras Club. All participants had decked up according to the theme.

Once the car rally was flagged off by the chief guest, Banaras DM Rajmani Yadav, the ladies took charge behind the wheels. Akansha Agarwal won the first position, while second place was shared by Roli Agarwal and Shruti Anand.

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Charitable trust to propel villages into big league
The Hindu; January 28, 2016

VIJAYAWADA:
  The Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust, a voluntary organisation, has said it will develop a few villages in the State into model villages. Addressing the media here on Wednesday, Trust national president C.A. Sitaram Pareek said the Trust would develop the villages in all aspects before handing them over to the village committees.

It’s going to be a team effort
“The Trust doesn’t believe in the concept of adopting villages. Villagers or the village are not orphans to be adopted by someone. All they need is a helping hand and proper guidance. The Trust members will involve villagers in the development process, while requisite funds will be pooled by the Trust members,” he said.

Kudumu village in Srikakulam has already been selected. Marriguda in Nalgonda district of Telangana State, Ekdaspur village of Mahabubunagar district have been identified. The Trust will lay emphasis on safe drinking water, school, and other infrastructural facilities, he said.

Mr. Pareek said the Trust would expand its operations in Andhra Pradesh. So far, the Trust has 6,000 families as its members. These Trust national secretary P. Kasi V. Rao and AP State secretary Ravuri Lakshminarayana spoke.
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Tanzania: Christmas Has Come Early for People With Disabilities
'Bharat Vikas Parishad Viklang Kendra Paldi' to help
All Africa; December 01, 2015
Dar es Salaam; Over 60 people, who lost their limbs in various accidents, will now be able to walk again, thanks to a multi-million shilling initiative by the Dar es Salaam-based Kamal Group.

"We believe that our growth is anchored in the wellbeing of communities in which we operate," a director with Kamal Group, Mr Sameer Gupta, said at an event that was also attended by former Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda, Tanzania Private Sector Foundation chairman, Reginald Mengi, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Mr Uledi Mussa and his Natural Resources and Tourism counterpart, Dr Adelhelm Meru.

Speaking at the event, Chairman & Managing Director of Kamal Group, Mr Gagan Gupta said, the company decided to bring experts from India so they can help in the task of manufacturing the artificial limbs right at the company's Steel factory in Dar es Salaam. "Our intention is to ensure that the disabled people are capable to go to their workplaces and can help in building Tanzania's economy... . Since we have a world-class steel production line here, we only need raw materials and experts to do the work here and that is what we have done," said Mr Gagan Gupta.

The experts in question include a group of doctors from an organisation that is known as 'Bharat Vikas Parishad Viklang Kendra Paldi', who were led by Mr Upendra Jani.

Shri Upendra Jani writes:
Team consisted of three technicians along with Mr. Upendra Jani - Trustee of the Branch. After taking the measurement of 60 patient who has lost their legs. Given 45 patient Below Knee Legs & 15 person Above knee.  Distribution programme was on 30th November.

The Chief Guest was Former Prime Minister Mr. Mizengo Pinda. Also the other dignitaries were Dr. Bhandari, Mr. Upendra Jani, Trustee Bharat Vikas Parishad Paldi, Permanent Secretary Natural Recourses & Tourism Dr. Adelhen Meru, Mr. Uledi Musa(Industry & Trade), Dr. Donan Mbando( Health & Social Welfare), Chairman- Tanzania Private Sector Foundation Dr. Reginald Mengi. Former Prime Minister Mr. Mizengo Pinda, and Indian High Commissioner to Tanzania Mr. Sandeep Arya,

It was a successful programme and  now once in every year this will be done.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad organizes  state level Quiz Competition
Daily Excelsior; November 22, 2015
JAMMU, Nov 21: Bharat Vikas Parishad J&K State unit organized state level “Bharat Ko Jano Quiz competition 2015 at Guru Harikrishan Public School, Nanak Nagar, here today. Brig Suchet Singh, Prant Sangghalak RSS J&K was the chief guest on the occasion, while Kavinder Gupta, Speaker J&K Legislative Assembly presided over the function. Dr Davinder Manyal, MLA Samba and S Bhupinder Singh, Retired DIG, Chairman GHPS were the guests of honour.

The function started with the lighting of the lamp and the recitation of National Song Vande Matram and the Shabad Kirtan. Devraj Sharma, State President gave the welcome address. Dr.D.R.Kotwal, Zonal Secy Sanskar spoke on the rules and regulations of the quiz competition. The quiz competition is in two categories-junior and senior. About 20 teams participated in the competition. The chief guest applauded the efforts of BVP in promoting nationalism and patriotism. Kavinder Gupta also appreciated the event and is of the view that such type of events will create awareness and knowledge about our own country. Dr. Davinder Manyal, MLA Samba advised the students to always remain positive in their life and do something for the society.

The quiz competition is conducted by the state convener ML Vaid, Gopal Sharma and Arun Sharma. The vote of thanks was presented by Sh Vijay Sharma, State Vice President. The programme was conducted by the state general secretary, Amita Sharma. All the participating team was given certificates, momentous and the refreshment. The programme concluded with the recitation of National Anthem.

In senior category, Dogra Higher Secondary School Shastri Nagar, Jammu, Vidhya Peth Public School, Chowk Chabotra, Jammu and Middle School, Jammu bagged first, second and third place respectively, while in junior category, the first three places were bagged by Govt Middle School Railway Station, Jammu, Heritage Public School, Sainik Colony, Jammu and Vinod Public School, Kathua.

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Artificial limbs distributed to 50 physically challenged persons
The Times of India ; October 11, 2015

Ludhiana:
  A free artificial limbs distribution camp was organised by the Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust, Punjab, at Viklang Sahayata Kendra in Rishi Nagar today. Artificial limbs, calipers, tricycles and hearing aids were given to 50 physically challenged persons.

Narinder Mittal, secretary of the trust, said since 1996, the trust had organised 1,051 camps in which artificial limbs, calipers, crutches, tricycles and hearing aids had been provided to more than 44,563 physically handicapped persons. The trust has also organised polio surgery camps, in which 2,185 polio operations have been done successfully.

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Say no to polythene, appeal Bharat Vikas Parishad members
DNA: October 09, 2015
Faridabad:
An awareness programme regarding use of polythene bags and cleanliness was organised on Friday by Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP), NIT branch.

The awareness programme was held at Badkhal area, NH 4-5. During the event, Aditya Dahiya, Additional Deputy Commissioner along with Rajesh Nagar, social activist and BVP members and kids visited several shops and spread the awareness regarding polythene usage.

The team also made appeal to the shop owners to clean their surrounding area and maintain cleanliness. The team also distributed bags made up of cloth to the customers as well as the shop owners.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad Jana Seva Trust to open Generic Medical shops in Chennai
Live on India; August 29, 2015:
Chennai:
Bharat Vikas Generic Medical Shops is one of the latest social service conducted by Bharat vikas Parishad Jana Seva Trust(BVPJST) which is operational for 17 years now, flagship services are been offering thousand of physically handicapped people with artificial limbs through Vikalang Seva.

Bharat Vikas Generic Medical Shops has been operational for the past two years now and been benefitting the customers in Hyderabad in selling medicine at a very lower price than the MRP price.

Bharat Vikas Parishad Jana Seva Trust, Chennai has come across to extend the same benefits for the people of Tamil Nadu (to start with Chennai) and has initiated to open several Bharat Vikas Generic Medical shops in as many areas.
 
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Freedom fighter to celebrate 100th birthday at Rashtrapati Bhavan - A BVP worker
The Times of India ; August 06, 2015

BELAGAVI:
Vasant Vasudev Gurjar (Bondre), city based senior freedom fighter is going to have tea party with the president Pranab Mukherjee in Rashtrapati Bhavan on 9th August, on the occasion of 'Kranti Divas', a day observed to remember the historic 'Quit India Movement' initiated by Mahatma Gandhi.

This is a special occasion for Vasant Gurjar, as, coincidentally, on the same day, he will be stepping to his 100th year, completing 99 years of his life. Since past several years, he used to get celebrate his birthday along with orphan children at Gangamma Chikkumbimath Bal Kendra in city.

Attracted by Gandhi's call, Gurjar jumped into Indian freedom movement in younger age. He arrested for three times, following his anti-British government activities. In the age of 15, he joined Congress as well as freedom movement in 1930, saying good-bye to high school education.

Being a volunteer, he was part on non-cooperation movement and picketed wine shops in Camp area of Belagavi. He also washed the census numbers written by British government on the doors by chock. Meanwhile, he was arrested and sent to Hindalaga jail for a month for selling salt in low cost, after Gandhi's Dandi march.

After he arrested, his father refused to take him into home. Therefore, he stayed at Kumri Gandhi Ashram at Hudali village for two years. He used to spinning charkha and weaving khadi at Ashram. In 1934, his father died by Plague. After that, he started his small handloom factory in city. During 'Quit India Movement', he was again arrested and sent to jail for 15 days for distributing bulletins against British government. After release, he tried to hoist tri-colour flag on government offices, for which he again arrested and sent to jail for long eight months.

There was a group of seven friends comprising Vasant Gurjar, Vamanrao Sadekar, Shrinivasrao Kulkarni, Shrirang Kamath, Ramrao Shirde engaged in freedom movement under the leadership of Jaydevrao Kulkarni. Vasant Gurjar is recognized as a social worker and able organizer. He established Karhade Brahmin Sangh as well as Bondre Gurjar Education Foundation in 70s which are still working. He is also founder Senior Citizen's Association and Vyapari Kamagar Sangh. Being a founder of Bharat Vikas Parishad, he had assisted hundreds of students for educational purpose. He is one who utilizes his monthly pension to freedom fighters for social work. Interestingly, in his age of 57, Vasant Gurjar passed his SSLC getting outside tutor.

Vasant has four children including one daughter and his first son crossed his age of 70 now. Speaking to the TOI, Gurjar said "attending tea party at Rashtrapati Bhavan, that too on my 100th birthday is happiest and high time in my life. I am very happy now", he said.

State government has selected five senior freedom fighters to attend tea party in Rashtrapati Bhavan from the state and Vasant Gurjar is most senior among them. He received invitation letter recently for the programme.

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AGM meeting of Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust
held at Viklang Sahayata & Punarvas Kendre
The Nation Leader; August 06, 2015

LUDHIANA:
Annual General Body meeting of Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust is held at its Viklang Sahayata & Punarvas Kendre, Rishi Nagar, Ludhiana. Vijay Sampla Honble Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment & MP from Hoshiarpur was the Chief Guest. Ajay Dutta –National Secretary Gen.of BVP presided over the function. Jagmohan Singh Director Oster Group & Didi Renu Haji were the Guest of Honour.

Jitendra Prakash, President of the Trust welcomed the audience & guests. Narinder Mittal, Secretary told in his report that during the year 2014-15, 1012 Lower limb, 116 Upper Limb 103 Tricycle/Wheel Chair, 738 Caliper, 519 Hearing aids etc. were given to physically challenged person FREE of cost.

From beginning till March 2015, 42704 Artificial Limbs have been provided to physically handicapped persons. During 2014-15 in the Polio Corrective Surgery Hospital, 116 operations were done on polio affected persons.

The polyclinic section was visited by 22388 patients who were benefited through various modes of treatment like Physiotherapy, Homeopathy, General Medicine, Pediatrics, Gynea, Eye Dept., Dental, Acupressure and Acupuncture. 232 Handicapped persons were rehabilitated during the same period. In Computer Training centre 80 students and in tailoring section 51 Girl students were given training.

Sh Narinder Mittal, Secretary of the Trust further told that a sum of Rs1.28. crore was spent during this year & majority of fund came from philanthropist & donors. He conveyed his special thanks to donors for their kind support. He further informed that modernization of workshop for manufacture of artificial limbs has been done.

Ludhiana being hub of Hosiery industries there is always shortage of skilled labour for giving training to unskilled & semi-skilled labourers. Vocational Training Centre with Computerized Embroidery machine & Semi Auto Flat Knitting Machine was established with the help of NSIC under their CSR initiative. 71 Persons were given training during the year.

Ajay Sharma, Finance Secretary of the Trust appraised the gathering about achievements of the Trust and presented Balance Sheet & Profit -Lose A/c of the Trust. He said that financial health of the Trust is strengthening day by day.

Vijay Sampla, Minister of State for Social Justice & Empowerment applauded the excellent work being done by the Trust for the physically challenged persons and assured all help from the Govt.

Ajay Dutta Ji in his presidential address congratulated the members of BVP and told them to further expand as well as improve the facilities. He expressed his confidence that the trust will achieve greater heights and will diversify in coming year in its resolve of service to the society in general and physically challenged persons in particular.

Kulwinder Kaur D.S.S.O, Rakesh Sehgal-Zonal Chairman of BVP, Dr. Rajesh Puri-Zonal Secretary, Rajesh Mannan State President, Ramesh Vij State Secretary, Yash Pal Gupta National Vice President, Dr. Kuldip, Neelam Gupta State Vice President, Didi Suman Gupta Distt President, Didi Aruna Puri Distt. Secretary, Pankaj Jindal, Dr. Lajpat Rai, Dr.Vijay Laxmi Kapoor, R.P.Gupta, B.K Bhalla, Anil Bansal, Subash Kapoor, Sunita Chatley, Sudhir Jain, Dr. Sandeep Negi, Suraj Jyoti and office bearers, members of Bharat Vikas Parishad Branches, Honorary Trustees and other distinguished guests were present to grace the function.

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Haryana to open skill development institutes soon: Khattar
Land for setting up of a 200-bedded hospital by BVP

The Tribune; May 18, 2015:
Chandigarh:
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the state government would soon open skill development institutes for those who could not get education and remained illiterate but have inherited skills.

The Chief Minister was speaking at the Saksharta Karyakram-2015 organised by Bharat Vikas Parishad at the Tagore Theatre here today. He also announced to provide land for setting up of a 200-bedded hospital by the Bharat Vikas Parishad in Panchkula.

He said Prime Minister Narendra Modi had given the dictum “Padhe Bharat-Badhe Bharat”, which means there would not be any development without education.

The Chief Minister also appreciated the efforts of the Bharat Vikas Parishad that was set up in 1963 with the vision of service, cooperation, contact and dedication and was working for the well-being of people, helping the helpless and helping in educating meritorious poor students.

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists
- See more at: http://orissadiary.com/Bhubaneswar/ShowCityNews.asp?id=58180#sthash.9drNvBWY.dpuf
Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists.
- See more at: http://orissadiary.com/Bhubaneswar/ShowCityNews.asp?id=58180#sthash.9drNvBWY.dpuf
Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists.
- See more at: http://orissadiary.com/Bhubaneswar/ShowCityNews.asp?id=58180#sthash.9drNvBWY.dpuf
Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists. 
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Free Artificial Limbs Distribution Camp
City Air News , April 19, 2015:

Ludhiana :
Bharat Vikas Parishad Dr.Kitchlu Branch in collaboration with Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust Punjab organised Free Artificial Limbs Distribution Camp on Sunday at Viklang Sahayta Kender, Rishi Nagar, Ludhiana. Artificial Limbs, Calipers, Crutches & Hearing aids were given to 55 physically challenged persons. On this occasion, the new office bearers of BVP Dr. Kitchlu Branch namely Er. B.K Bhalla, President; Archana Gupta, Secretary & Er. Bhupinder Singh were administered the oath of office by Dr. D.R.C Bakhetia state convener(Health) BVP Punjab North. Oath was also administered to the newly registered members of BVP Dr. Kitchlu Branch.

Anil Gupta, Managing Director, Auto Tech Pvt. Ltd. was the Chief Guest. He appreciated the efforts of Bharat Vikas Parishad in mitigating the sufferings of Handicapped persons. Surinder Chopra SHO, PAU & Harpreet Kaur were the Guests of honour. They appreciated the works of the Parishad. Prof. Jitendra Prakash(President, Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust) presided over the function.

Ravinder Mittal, State Convener (SVKJ), BVP Punjab North said that Dr. Kitchlu Branch has been organizing such camps regularly since last couple of years. The Branch has also organized Bal Sanskar Shiver, Sanskriti Pakhwara, Guruvandan Chattar Abhinandan, National Group Song Competition & Bharat Ko Jano Competitions in the past. Aid to needy project is also being taken up for helping poor but deserving students. Er. B.K Bhalla, Branch President proposed the vote of thanks for all present.

Trust President, Prof. Jitendra Prakash said that Trust has organized 1031 camps so far in which artificial limbs, Calipers, Crutches, Tricycle & Hearing aids were provided to more than 43512 physically handicapped persons. The Trust also organized Polio Surgery Camps, in which 2123 polio operations have been done successfully.

Anil Bansal, V.K Puri, Neelam Thapar, S. Sood, N. Manan, Dr. M.L Sharma, Dr. J.S Kanwar, R.P Gupta & several other members of Bharat Vikas Parishad were also present on this occasion.

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists
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Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists.
- See more at: http://orissadiary.com/Bhubaneswar/ShowCityNews.asp?id=58180#sthash.9drNvBWY.dpuf
Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists.
- See more at: http://orissadiary.com/Bhubaneswar/ShowCityNews.asp?id=58180#sthash.9drNvBWY.dpuf
Bhubaneswar: Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.
 
In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life. 
Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard togetherfor the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performedsome entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists. 
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Bharat Vikas Parishad organizes oath ceremony
Early Times; April 05, 2015

Jammu :
Bharat Vikas Parishad Jammu and Kashmir prant organized the oath ceremony of the newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 at Scout and Guide auditorium Gandhi Nagar Jammu.

The programme started with the reutation of Vande Matram and garlanding of Bharat Mata. The outgoing president Arun Sharma gave the welcome address, Amita Sharma state general secretary presented the report for the year 2014-15 and VP Gupta finance secretary gave the financial report of the financial year.

Dr Anil Kalia, National secretary, Amita Sharma and Dr DR Kotwal, zonal secretary to the finance secretary VP Gupta, state executive members were also administered the oath by the senior state office bearers by the state patrons.
The vote of thanks was given by Vijay.

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Foundation of Bharat Bikash Parishad Celebrated
Orissa Diary; March  23, 2015

Bhubaneswar:
Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bhubaneswar North Branch celebrated its 16TH foundation day in the evening of 21ST March, 2015 at Lohia Bhawan Auditorium. Sri Niranjan Sahu, IAS, Collector and District Magistrate, Khordha and Sri Sachidananda Panda, National General Secretary (finance) New Delhi joined as Chief Guest and Guest of honour respectively on the occasion.

In his speech Sri Sahu narated how “Karma”, duty is far ahead of anything else in the life. In order to establish the statement he cited a number of Slokas from Bhagabat Gita. He was very much inspired to know how people of Bharat Vikas Parishad are so sincere and involved themselves and accepted Karmathe duty as there only worship or prayer even at this later part of their life.

Panda also was so much pleased over the performance and growth of the branch. And in his speech he requested the members to work hard together for the organization. The newly elected office bearers for the year 2015-16 and new members were administered oath by Zonal Secretary Sri Goura Prasanna Mishra and Pranta President Smt. Geeta Pattanaik respectively. Branch President Sri Ajaya Kumar Das presided over the meeting and Bijaya Nandini Dube, Secretary read out the annual report. Before Smt. Binapani Sahu, Vice President spelt out the vote of thanks, small children performed some entertainment programmes. District Public Relation Officer Sri Barada Prasanna Das, X-sub-Collector, Laxman Mohanty distributed certificate and prizes to the artists.

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Artificial limbs distributed
Hindustan Times; January 04, 201
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Ludhiana :
Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Trust organised its 1,020th free artificial limbs distribution camp at Viklang Sahayta Kender, Rishi Nagar, on Sunday. Artificial limbs, calipers, crutches, tricycles and hearing aids were distributed among 50 physically disabled persons.

Trust secretary Narinder Mittal said Bharat Vikas Parishad was going to modernise its workshop for manufacturing artificial limbs soon.

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