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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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During 2008-09  


 
Meeting of the National Governing Board: February, 2009  
 

National Governing Board  Meeting of Bharat Vikas Parishad was held at Hyderabad  on 14th & 15th February, 2009. It  was attended by 147 members. The meeting was presided over by Shri R.P. Sharma, National President  who made the introductory remarks and also delivered the Presidential  Address on the concluding session of the meeting. Justice M. Rama Jois was the Chief Guest who presented the main address.
 

       

Following were the highlights of the meeting:

  • The minutes of the last meeting of the NGB were presented and confirmed.
     

  • Shri Varinder Sabharwal, National Secretary General, presented his report of activities for the year 2007-08. 
     

  • Ekal Vidalaya Foundation of India was presented with  UTKRISHTATA SAMMAN 2007-08 for their excellent work in empowering TRIBAL and RURAL INDIA. Shri Vijay Maroo, President of the Foundation accepted the Samman. Shri Subhash Gupta, President of U.S. Chapter of Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation was also present.

  • One  Vikas Ratna present was facilitated.
     

  • Parishad announced  thirteen of its members as Vikas Samarpit for their exemplary devotion and  for spending prime years of their life in strengthening the Organisation. Six of them were present and were honoured in the meeting.

  • Shri Harish Jindal, National Finance Secretary, presented the Audited Accounts for 2007-08 which were approved.
     

  • Shri O.P. Kanoongo, National Auditor General & Controller of Accounts, presented the status report on  registration by Prants and  maintenance of accounts.
     

  • Zonal Secretaries  introduced the delegates present from their respective zones. Thereafter, Prantiya General Secretaries presented brief report on their activities during the year 2008-09.
     

  • Shri Varinder Sabharwal presented the minutes of the Apex Body held in November, 2008 which were approved. 
           

  • Shri Satish Chandra, National Secretary, Legal & Disciplinary Matters, presented the proposed constitutional amendments which were approved.
     

  • There was a session for Muktchintan in which Shri R.P. Sharma responded to the queries of the members.
     

  • Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President,  summed up the entire proceedings. Shri S.K. Verma, National Vice President, presented the vote of thanks to the Andhra Pradesh West Prant for  the excellent arrangements made by them for the meeting. From  the Host Prant, Shri N.C.P.  Kanungo replied to the vote of thanks.


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Vikas Samarpit

Bharat Vikas Parishad  announced  thirteen of its following members as Vikas Samarpit for their exemplary devotion and  for spending prime years of their life in strengthening the Organisation.

                   
                               
                       Shri Govind Narain          
           

Shri S.P. Jain

  Shri Prakash Chandra  

Shri M.L. Gaur

 

Dr. Vijay Pal Gupta

 

Shri S.K. Rastogi

 

Shri P.N. Seth

 
           
Shri P.D. Bhoot   Shri G. Bhaskaran   Shri Jagmohan   Shri Swadesh Arora   Sardar S.S. Pental   Dr. K.L. Passi  

All the above members were specially  invited to the  National Governing Board meeting at Hyderabad on the 14th February, 2009. Six of them were present  at Hyderabad and they were honoured with the mementos. Remaining members will be presented with the mementos in forthcoming functions  as per their convenience.

      
Shri P.D. Bhoot   Shri Swadesh Arora   Dr. K.L. Passi


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Parishad's Second Utkrishtata Samman: 2007-08

During its annual National Governing Board meeting held at Hyderabad on the 14th February, 2009, Bharat Vikas Parishad  had the privilege to honour EKAL VIDYALAYA FOUDATION OF INDIA with its prestigious UTKRISHTATA SAMMAN 2007-08 for their excellent work in empowering TRIBAL and RURAL INDIA. Shri Vijay Maroo, President of the Foundation accepted the Samman. Shri Subhash Gupta, President of U.S. Chapter of Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation was also present.

Standing between India’s growth and her becoming a super power, which this country rightfully deserves, is illiteracy at the grass root level.
Ekal’s mission is to eradicate illiteracy from rural areas, particularly amongst tribals, so that the people here can have access to primary health, child-care, gainful self-employment and to empower them economically and socially.

It is a vision that embraces integrity, determination and commitment with 26724 EKAL VIDYALAYAS spread all over India as on date. To spread the light of knowledge to the remotest far-flung corners of our country EKAL works in the fields of Basic education, Health Care education, Developmental education and Empowerment education. 

Bharat Vikas Parishad has instituted annual Utkrishtata Samman award in memory of its founding Secretary General Late Dr. Suraj Prakash.

It is the second year of the Award. Last year,  award for 2006-07 was given in the field of "Sanskar" to two great saints of India.  The two saints who shared the first year's award were His Holiness Swami Chidanand Saraswati who is the President and spiritual head of Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh (Uttrakhand) and Shri  Raghaveshwara  Bharathi  Swami,  the   present  pontiff   of
Shri Ramachandrapura Math, Gokarna (Karnataka). Both the saints have contributed greatly to Bharatiya Culture and have worked ceaselessly for its propagation in Bharat and abroad.

This year's field of selection was "Sewa".  Nominations received from all over the country were considered by the Selection Committee headed by former Chief  Justice Ramesh Chand Lahoti.  The Committee selected  Ekal  Vidyalaya Foundation of India for this year's  award.  

    
 

Shri Vijay Maroo, President, Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation of India receiving the Samman

 
  
 

Shri R.P. Sharma and Shri I.D. Ojha National President and National Working President respectively handing over cheque for Rs. One lakh to Shri Maroo

 
  
   

Shri Vijay Maroo delivering the acceptance speech

With this award, Bharat Vikas Parishad wishes Ekal  Vidayalaya Foundation of India all success in its mission, commitment and unflinching dedication to serve the motherland.

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Bharat Vikas Parishad Utkrishtata Samman 2007-08
(in memory of Dr. Suraj Prakash Founder Secy. General)

At a meeting of selection committee headed by Justice Ramesh Chand Lahoti, immediate Past Chief Justice of India, it has been decided to award this Samman to EKAL VIDYALAYA FOUNDATION OF INDIA for their outstanding contribution in the field of education in Tribal Area.


           Ishwar Dutt Ojha                                                                                                                            Harish Jindal
National Working President                                                                                                             Project Chairman


Meeting of the National Council: December, 2008  

The Second  meeting of the  National Council of Bharat Vikas Parishad was held at Hastinapur (U.P.) on 27th and 28th December, 2008 which was attended by 1,500 delegates.

The meeting was spread over four sessions. In the first session, National President Shri R.P. Sharma delivered  the inaugural address. He emphasised the role of all the office bearers in implementing the Sanskar and Sewa projects of the Parishad which are aimed at proper development of our Nation. Shri Varinder Sabharwal, National Secretary General, presented his report on various activities and programmes organised during the year 2007-08.


Maha Mundleshwar Geetamanishi Shri Swami Gyananand Ji Maharaj
of Shrikrishna Kripa Dham Ashram, Vrindavan (U.P.) was the Chief Speaker in the inaugural session.  He blessed the delegates in  his inspiring address. Shri I.D. Ojha introduced the newly  enrolled Vikas Ratnas who were duly  facilitated. A souvenir was issued on this occasion.

In the second session, Zonal Secretaries / Chairmen   presented reports in respect of Prants in their Zones. Subsequently, one General Secretary (or President) from each of the 17 Zones presented Prantiya Report highlighting noteworthy and  inspiring achievements in their Prants.

 
   

Deep Prajawalan by Swami Gyananand ji and
Shri R.P. Sharma

In the evening there was  a captivating cultural programme by Parishad's members and their families. 

On the next day,  the third session of the meeting was  for "Mukt Chintan" wherein members sought clarifications and made suggestions.  Shri R.P. Sharma, National President, replied to the questions. He assured that useful suggestions would be further considered.

Following Prants obtaining first three places in "Best Prants for 2007-08" contest were also felicitated:

 

First:
UP West; Second: Haryana South; Third:  Delhi East

In the concluding session, various Prants were felicitated for their best work as follows:

(a) Maximum Vikas Ratnas  (2008-09 upto November) -
       Punjab East
(b) Maximum Vikas Mitras   (upto November 08) - Punjab

       East
(c)
Guru Vandan Chhatra Abhinandan:
Maharashtra
       Central

(d) Viklang Sahayata: Andhra Pradesh North

(e) Sanskriti Saptah - Kaithal Branch, Haryana North
(f)  Largest number of delegates: Punjab East Prant

 

National Council Meeting in progress

 
   

UP West wins "Best Prant" Award

Shri  L. Venkateshwar Lu, Commissioner Meerut Division, was the Chief Guest in the concluding session. He spoke about the role of NGO like Bharat Vikas Parishad  in development of the Nation and the qualities which its members must embrace.

The Conference concluded with the address of Ganini Pramukha Ariyka Gyanmati Mata Ji  of Hastinapur. She spoke about the importance of "Ahimsa"  and blessed the delegates in their nation building work.

Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President, presented vote of thanks to the host Prant for the elaborate arrangements made for the meeting.

 
 

A scene from the Cultural Programme

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Election Rules for Prants for 2009-10

PROCEDURE

1.         The elections will be held for the posts of President, Secretary and Treasurer in all Prants, except those having less than 6 branches.

2.         The Returning Officer for the election will be nominated by the Zonal Election Officer with the consultation of Zonal Chairman, and his name will be sent to the Central Office and to the Prantiya General Secretary up to 15.12.2008. The Returning Officer should not be from the same Prant.

3.
        (a)  The last date for holding elections shall be 31st January 2009. However, in case of exceptional circumstances, maximum one month’s extension may be granted by the Zonal Election Officer.
           (b)  If the elections are not completed even upto 28th  February 2009, the election meeting shall be called by Returning Officer/Zonal Secretary and elections shall be completed by 31st March 2009.
           (c)  If it is not possible to complete elections even by 31st March 2009, the office-bearers shall be nominated by the Centre.

4.       (a) The election will  take place in the meeting of the Prantiya Council as it existed on   31.12.2008. The Returning Officer/General Secretary of the Prant shall issue 15 day’s notice   for this meeting.

          (b) The date and place of the election meeting shall be decided well in time. The Prantiya General Secretary shall intimate the same to Returning Officer and Zonal Secretary latest by 31.12.2008.

5.        The General Secretary shall prepare the list of eligible voters as on 31.12.2008 and shall send  it to the Returning Officer and Zonal Secretary by 07.01.2009.

6.        The quorum for the election meeting shall be one-fourth of the total strength of the members of the Prantiya council, having voting rights.

7.          An eligible voter may either propose or second any one candidate only. No candidate shall   propose or second any other candidate for any post.

8.        The candidate must be physically present in the election meeting and express his / her  willingness for his/her candidature.

9.         In case of two or more candidates proposed for one post, the election will be conducted by  secret ballot and in case of equal number of votes polled to two or more candidates for the  same post, the result will be taken by draw of lots.

10.       (a) Any objection at the time of election shall be decided by the Returning Officer
Any member aggrieved with the decision of the Returning Officer, may file an appeal within one month to the Chairman National Election Committee, who shall decide the same with in one month.

            (b) The decision of the Chairman National Election Committee will be final and binding upon all concerned and will not be called in question in any court of law.

ELIGIBILITY FOR VOTERS

11. All the members of the Prantiya Council constituted under Article 17 read with Article 18 & 19  of the constitution of the Parishad, which are as under, shall be eligible to participate and   vote in the election:

     (i)   The Presidents, Secretaries and Treasures of all the branches.

     (ii)  All the nominated delegates of the branches having members exceeding 50.

     (iii)  All members of Prantiya Executive Committee.

      (iv)  All the member of National and Zonal Executive who are members in any Branch of that Prant.

Explanations:  (a)     As per Article 17(ii), the Branch Executive is entitled to nominate one  delegate for every additional membership of 50 or part thereof, to the Prantiya Council.

(b)
      As per rule 27 of the by laws of the Parishad, the number of the Executive Committee  members including office bearers at Prant level shall not exceed the number of branches in the Prant. Therefore, where there are more members of the Prant Executive, so many members of the Prant Executive mentioned in clause (iii) above, shall be entitled to participate in the election proceedings and vote, as many branches, as existed on 31.12.2008 and for the purpose the list of the members will start from top to bottom continuously. If any one among those members is absent or otherwise not eligible to vote he/she will not be substituted by another person.

(c)
    No person will have a right to more than one vote in any circumstance.

12.       Only those members of the Prantiya Council may participate in the election meeting, whose  names are on the record of the Central Office as on 31.12.2008.

13.        A member shall be eligible to vote only if he/she has paid all his dues by 31.12.2008 and his  branch is also eligible to participate in the election meeting.

14.
       Only those branches will be eligible to participate in the election

(i)         which have been constituted by 31.12.2008,

(ii)        which have membership of at least 25 units,

(iii)      which have paid their full Prantiya and Central subscriptions according to the membership on 31.12.2008,

(iv)      which have sent the list of all their members to Central Office latest by 31.12.2008.

ELIGIBILITY FOR THE CANDIDATES

15.       Only that member can be a candidate :

(i)                  who is a member of the BVP continuously  for 4 years,

(ii)                who has been a member of Prantiya Council / Executive for at list one complete year excluding the
     current year, 

(iii)               whose branch is eligible to participates in the election proceedings.

DISQUALIFICATIONS FOR CANDIDATES

16.       No member shall be eligible to be elected or nominated as an Office-bearer in the following circumstances:-

(i)   if he has been convicted for an offence involving moral turpitude, or

(ii)    if he is an office-bearer of a political party, or

(iii)    if he is addicted to any intoxication, or

(iv)    if he is guilty of  "not handing over charge or not rendering account" as an Office-Bearer at any level at any time, or

(v)     if he has been found guilty of committing financial irregularities at any level at any time, or

(vi)   if he has not paid all his dues upto 31.12.2008, or

(vii)   if he will attain the age of 75 years as on 31.03.2009, or

(viii)  if he is the member of two or more branches of BVP.

17.        No Office-Bearer shall be allowed to contest for the same post for third term continuously
 and for the same post which he was holding earlier.
 

                          Keshav Dutt Gupta                          Satish Chandra                                S.K.Verma
             
Secretary Election Committee      Member Election Committee      Chairman Election Committee

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Election Rules for Branches for 2009-10



PROCEDURE

 1.          The election will be held for the posts of President, Secretary and Treasurer in all branches, except those constituted on or after 1st October 2008. In such branches the sitting / working office-bearers shall continue. 

2.           The Prantiya Election Officer in consultation with the Pratiya President will nominate the Returning Officer for the election of the office bearers of the branch and inform the branch Secretary up to 31st December, 2008. The Returning Officer shall not be the member of the same branch. The Prantiya Election Officer will be nominated by the Centre. 

3.          (a)  The last date for holding elections shall be 28th February 2009. However in case of exceptional circumstances, maximum one month’s extension may be granted by the Prantiya Election Officer. 

            (b) if it is not possible to complete elections even by 31st March 2009, the administrator shall be nominated by the Prantiya Election Officer in consultation with the Prantiya President, who will ensure the election are held within a month. 

4.         (a) The election will take place in the meeting of General Body as it existed on 31.12.2008. For this meeting 10 days notice shall be issued by the Returning Officer / Branch Secretary. 

             (b) The date, time and place of the election meeting shall be decided well in time by the branch (in consultation with the Returning Officer) and the Branch Secretary shall intimate the same to the Returning Officer and to the Prantiya Election Officer by 31st January 2009. 

5.         The Branch Secretary shall prepare the list of eligible voters as on 31.12.2008 and shall send the same to the Prantiya Election Officer and to the Returning Officer before 31st January 2009. 

6.         The quorum for the election meeting shall be one-fourth of the total strength of the member of the branch having voting rights.

7.         An eligible voter may propose or second any one candidate for one post only. No candidate shall propose or second any candidate for any post.

8.         The candidate must be physically present in the election meeting and express his willingness for his candidature. 

9.         In case of two or more candidates for one post, the election will be conducted by secret ballot and in case of equal number of votes polled to two or more candidates for the same post, the result will be declared by draw of lots. 

10.       The Returning Officer may take the help of any senior member for conducting the election, if he needs. The person conducting the elections will not have the voting right. 

11.       (a) Any objection at the time of election shall be decided by the Returning Officer. 

            (b) Any member aggrieved with the decision of the Returning Officer, may file an appeal within one month to the Prantiya Election Officer, who shall submit his report to the Zonal Secretary for final decision.  

            (c) The decision of the Zonal Executive Committee will be final and binding upon all concerned and will not be called in question in any Court of Law. 

ELIGIBILITY FOR VOTERS

12.       A member shall be eligible to vote only if he has paid all his dues up to 31.12.2008.

ELIGIBILITY FOR CANDIDATES

13.       The candidate must be a member of the same branch at least for one complete year.

DISQUALIFICATIONS FOR CANDIDATES

14.       No member shall be eligible to be elected or nominated as an Officer Bearer in the following circumstances :

(i)                  if he has been convicted for an offence involving moral turpitude, or

(ii)                if he is an Office-Bearer of a political party, or

(iii)               if he is addicted to any intoxication, or

(iv)               if he is guilty of “not handing over charge or not rendering account” as an Officer-Bearer at any level, at any
                    time, or

 (v)
              if he has been found guilty of committing financial irregularities at any level at any time, or

(vi)              if he has not paid all his dues up to 31.12.2008, or

(vii)             if he will attain the age of 75 years as on 31.03.2009.

15.        Office-Bearer may hold the same office for two terms only. 

16.       Although husband and wife both have individual votes, but only one of them can contest the election.

                                               

              Keshav Dutt Gupta                        Satish Chandra                                  S.K.Verma
Secretary Election Committee        Member Election Committee        Chairman Election Committee

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Meeting of the National Office Bearers: August, 2008  

The National Office Bearers Meeting of Bharat Vikas Parishad was held at Kanpur (U.P.) on 30th and  31st August 2008. The Meeting was presided over by Shri R. P. Sharma, National President.

A total of 43 members attended the meeting.

Among the important topics discussed were the following:

  •    Vision 2013
     

  •    Report on four workshops held at Chandigarh,
       Ahmedabad, Dhanbad and Bangalore 
     

  •    Report on first Dr. Suraj Prakash Award and
       preparations for the second Award
       

  •    Measures to increase youth participation
     

  •    Holding of Seminars
     

  •    Introduction of Essay Writing and Declamation
       Contest
           

  •    Financial Matters: Budget and utilization of interest    
       on  corpus funds
     

  •    Purpose and procedure for registration of Prants and
       maintenance of accounts at all levels.
     

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Appeal  to donate generously for flood-affected brethren
 in Bihar and Assam

 

courtesy: ndtv.com

States of Bihar and Assam have been badly affected by floods this year. The flood situation in  Bihar this year has been the worst in the living memory  with the Government of India  declaring  Kosi floods a "national calamity".

The Kosi River changed its course  following a breach in an embankment upstream in Nepal, inundating 16 districts of Bihar.  As swollen Kosi river continues to wreak havoc, the flood situation remains grim in Bihar  with Supaul, Madhepura, Araria and Saharsa districts bearing the brunt.

Over 30 lakh people have been hit by the deluge in four districts leaving trail of death and  rendering lakhs homeless and destroying crops, cattle and property worth crores.

Similarly, in Assam  16 of the state’s 27 districts have been hit by the floods.   The worst hit districts are Kamrup, Lakhimpur, Dhemaji, and Morigaon. A total of 1,346 villages have been hit by the floods, submerging paddy fields, drowning livestock, besides causing loss of human life and property. The floods have affected a land area of about 2.70 hectares and displacing about 10 lakhs people.

Our branches in Bihar  and Assam have swung into action to provide medicines, food, clothing  and shelter to the victims of the flood by organising relief camps.  For immediate relief and rehabilitation of affected brethren, the Bihar Prant has set a target to collect a sum of Rs. One core. However, this human tragedy and national calamity needs help from each one of us. 

Shri Varinder Sabharwal, National Secretary General has issued an appeal to contribute whole-heartedly to help fund the relief and rehabilitation measures for the flood affected people of Bihar and Assam.

How can you help?

ONE: Payment by cheque / demand draft

You are requested to kindly send your donations by cheque / demand draft in favour of  "Bharat Vikas Parishad" payable at Delhi on the following address at the earliest:

Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharat Vikas Bhawan,
 
BD Block, Behind Power House, Pitampura, DELHI-110034

The donations are eligible for Income Tax exemption under section 80-G of Income Tax Act.
 

TWO: Help in kind

Assistance in kind ( medicines, food, plastic tripal, clothing etc.) may kindly  be sent directly  on the following address:    

Shri Mahendra  Narayan Prasad,
      Azad Nagar Ganj, SIMRI BAKHATIYARPUR,
Distt. Saharsa (Bihar) Mob.9431864538

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Utkrishtata Samman 2008

In a meeting of the Project Committee, it has been decided that the next Utkrishtata Samman will be awarded to a person who has done excellent work in the field of Sewa. The last year’s proposals for awarding the Samman were invited from our members. Their response was very good and a large number of proposals were received.

Now the proposals are invited for the year 2008 Samman and we hope to have a good response from our members.
We also request the Prants and Branches:

                (a)  to give it sufficient space in their news-letters;
                (b)  to give wide publicity in local T.V., and news papers and also by way of press-releases,
                        advertisements etc.;
                (c)  National and Prant Office Bearers to talk about the Project in all the  Meetings, specially the meetings
                       attended by the
general public.

Suggestions for making the award more effective are also invited. Last date for sending the proposals is extended to 31.09.2008.


                                 Harish Jindal                                      Varinder Sabharwal
                                                Chairman                                                        National Secretary General

                                                                                                                                                                                                          (Niti: Sep., 2008)

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Meeting of the National Executive Committee: June 2008

 
National Executive Committee Meeting of Bharat Vikas Parishad was held at Bharat Vikas Bhawan, Delhi on 28th and 29th June, 2008.
 


In the inaugural session, the National President, Shri R.P. Sharma administered the oath of Dayitava Grahan to all National Executive members present.  

Shri R.P. Sharma briefly explained the objectives of holding the NEC meeting. He emphasized that this year the meeting had been planned at June end to give enough time to the National Secretaries to familiarise themselves with their new responsibilities, plan their programmes for the current year and consult all concerned to finalize venues for holding their all India programmes. 

 Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President referred to the successful holding of the four workshops, which witnessed increased participations of the office bearers at all levels. He also emphasized the need for the office bearers to be fully prepared and equipped before they approach the members or public in their field of work. 

Following the inaugural session, there were sessions on (a) Sanskar Karya, (b) Sewa Karya, (c) Financial Matters, and (d) Sampark Karya.  

The National Office Bearers presented their reports of achievements during 2007-08 and also their action plan for the year 2008-09.  Likely dates for holding various all India functions were also indicated. 

A major highlight of the meeting was discussion on following Projects, which were proposed to be taken up as separate projects after due deliberations on details: 

           1.     Youth Participation
           2.
     
Seminars
           3.
     
National Essay Writing & Declamation Contest (for undergraduate students of Universities and colleges)

In the concluding session, the meeting discussed (a) measures for expansion of branches, (b) conducting  of workshops and  (c) Targets for 2008-09. 

In the meeting Shri Harish Jindal and Shri S.S. Jain announced their membership as Vikas Ratna by donating Rupees one lakh each.

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formation of trusts

 

In response to various queries, it is hereby clarified that the following Office Bearers will be the Trustees / Executive Members of Societies of Bharat Vikas Parishad:
 

          1) Additional Secretary General incharge of the Zone

          2) Zonal Secretary of the Zone

          3) President of the Prant

          4) General Secretary of the Prant

            5&6) President and Secretary of the Branch in which Trust / Society is situated or Chairman and
                    Secretary of the City Co-ordination Committee.
 

  All concerned  are requested to include the names of new office bearers in the list of Trustees / Executive Members of Society at the earliest and request them to attend  the meetings.

     

                                                                                                  - Varinder Sabharwal, National Secretary General
 


National Workshops: 2008-09
 

 

For the first time, the national leadership took a decision to hold four workshops at different places to make it more effective and fruitful.

 

CHANDIGARH
 

The first such workshop was held at Indira Holiday Home, Chandigarh on 19-20 April 2008 for the zones 1-5. A total of 150 office bearers from 17 states of North India viz. Delhi, U.P., Uttranchal, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, J & K and Punjab attended the workshop hosted by Punjab East.
 

The inaugural session was presided over by Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President and the Chief Guest of the session was Shri Suresh Sharma, M.D. Allengers Medical System Ltd.
 

In the first session National Organizing Secretary Shri Ramanna delivered a thought provoking discourse on the philosophy of the Parishad. Other speakers of the session were Shri R.S. Srivastava, Shri I.D. Ojha and S.K. Verma who spoke on different topics.

The second session dealt with the responsibilities of office bearers, finance management, constitution etc. On 28
th April during the third session Shri S.K. Wadhwa (Sewa Projects) Shri Keshav Datt Gupta (Membership Expension), Varinder Sabharwal (Trust & Properties) and Shri S.K. Verma (reporting & conduct of meeting) were the speakers. Shri I.D. Ojha replied to the various questions in Mukta Chintan.

Four Vikas Ratnas, were duly honoured during the workshop.

                       

BANGALORE

The National level workshop 2008-09 for the Prant Zonal and National office bearers of BVP in the States of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamilnadu and Andhara Pradesh was held at R.V. Teachers College, Jayanagar II Block, Bangalore on 31st May and 1st June, 2008. Eight designated faculty members together with 45 office bearers from the above four states participated in the workshop.

The Two-day workshop was inaugurated by Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President and Shri K.G. Subbarama Setty, Patron-Zone XVI at 10 am on 31st May, 08. National Patron Justice Dr. M. Rama Jois graced the occasion and addressed the gathering. This was followed by business sessions. Shri S. Ramanna, National Organising Secretary, explained the philosophy and objectives of the Parishad. Shri K.D.Gupta, National Additional Secretary General highlighted the duties and responsibilities of all the office bearers at the Prant and Zonal level. Shri S.K.Verma, National Vice President dealt at length with the procedures in respect of record keeping, record managements principles and its maintenance.

Shri Harish Jindal, National Finance Secretary, covered various points including-financial management, budgeting, fund raising, accounts and audit, Vikas Mitra / Ratna and Uttkrishtata Samman etc. Shri Satish Chandra, National Secretary explained the salient features of BVP constitution and Bye-Laws. First day's proceeding were conducted by Shri N. Daulath Rao, National Additional Secretary General.

On the next day i.e. Sunday, 1st June, 08 the first session was chaired by Shri I.D. Ojha, National Working President who explained about the effective mode of conducting programmes, reporting and Sanskar projects. This was followed by deliberations on Sewa projects by Shri S.K.Wadhwa, National Additional Secretary General. Dr. Satya Prakash Tiwari, National Chairman for Seminars spoke about holding of seminars and finally concluding remarks were given by the National Vice President Shri S.K.Verma.

The remaining two workshops were held  for Western Zones X to XIV at Ahmedabad on  May 3 & 4, 2008 and  for Eastern Zones VI to IX at Paras Nath on May 10 & 11, 2008.

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NATIONAL EVENTS / PROGRAMMES OF THE
PARISHAD TO BE HELD DURING 2008-09

The Prants who are interested in hosting any one of the following National Event (s) / Programme(s) during 2008-09 are requested to please send their proposals to the Central Office at the earliest but not later than 15th May, 2008.   However, the proposals from the Branch(s), if any, may please be sent through their respective Prants only. 

S.No. Event / Programme           Appx. No. of Participants       Probable Months

                                                                                      

1.        National Office Bearers’ Meeting                         50 - 60                         Aug./Sept. 08

2.      National Parivar Sanskar Shivir                   200 -250                       October 08

3.        National Group-Song Competition                     650- 675                      Nov./ Dec. 08
           (NGSC),

4.        National Sanskrit Group-Song                             525-550                       December, 08
           Competition (NSGSC)          

5.        National Council                                                     1300 plus                      December, 08

6.        Bharat Ko Jano Competition                                 350-400                       January, 09

7.        National Praud Sanskar Shivir                             200-250                       February, 09
8.        National Governing Board Meeting                   150-200                        February, 09
          

                                                                          - Varinder Sabharwal, National Secretary General

                                                                                                                                                                       


 

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