CENTRE for Social RIGHTs
A registered NGO under the Society Registration Act. XXI of 1860
Meaning of Jagriti
Jagriti is a word from Sanskrit, an age
old language of
v Jagriti means to awaken, to rouse from a state resembling sleep, as from death, stupidity, or inaction; to put into action; to give new life to; to stir up; as, to awake the dead.
Jagriti is determined to:
v To awaken the society about the physically and Mentally challenged.
v To develop computer literacy for Physically and Mentally challenged.
MEMORANDUM OF THE ASSOCIATION
1. Registered Office of the Society: The registered office of the Society shall be in the Union/National Capital Territory of Delhi, and at present at the following address:-
i. WZ-730/1, Gali no. 1 ii. NICT COMPUTER ACADEMY
Palam Colony O-92,
New Delhi-110 045 Munirka, New Delhi-110 067
Tel.: 011-20251323 Tel.: 011-26176109, 9868366825
The society shall be non-political, non-profit, non-governmental voluntary organization.
2. Working Area :
3. Aims and objectives of the Society:
i) To promote Computer literacy among the youth.
ii) To bridge the rural urban divide by promoting computer education in rural areas.
iii) To develop computer programmes for Physically and Mentally challenged.
iv) To create computer literacy programmes for the mentally and physically challenged.
v) To create a fund for running programmes on computer literacy among the mentally and physically challenged.
vi) To promote literacy and to work for the elimination of all forms of child labour, all expressions of forced and bonded labour, to work in general for the welfare of the children, the ageing population, and the disabled including the mentally, physically and socially challenged members of society.
vii) To help people in need of immediate help such as those affected by communal disturbance, natural calamities, gender violence and other mishaps.
viii) To develop electronic texts, visual films and compact discs for computer education.
ix) Open and run schools, training institutes and charitable dispensaries and clinics.
x) To promote oneness and togetherness among the rural people.
xi) To foster common heritage, common interest, common sense of belonging and common endeavors among the masses.
xii) To educate people against caste biases and communal hatred on the basis of human dignity and natural rights.
xiii) To promote scientific and technological knowledge in rural areas.
xiv) To survey the villages and study the cases of dropouts from the schools and create & provide special education programmes for them.
xv) To hold seminars, exhibitions and other cultural activities.
xvi) To undertake any other activities and programmes that the GB thinks fit in pursuance and knowledge of the underprivileged.
4. To achieve the objectives of the Society, the financial resources of the Society will consist of:
w Donations, contributions, gifts and grants form the individuals, private firms and other legally approved sources.
w Membership dues prescribed by the Society.
w Grants made by the Government of India, State Government, Local Bodies or Public Institutes and Authorities.
w Funds or grants provided by National and International Agencies.
w Income resulting from the Society's activities.
5. To achieve the objectives of the Society, powers of the Society shall be:
w To employ and remunerate appropriate full-time and part-time staff, consultants and experts for carrying out the Society's activities.
w To borrow, raise loans from banks, financial institutions, persons, corporate entities or other institutions with or without interest.
w To purchase, acquire, lease, take on lease or hire temporally or permanently, moveable or immovable property necessary or convenient in furtherance of the objectives of the Society.
w To build, construct, maintain, repair, alter, improve or develop any building considered necessary for the purpose of the Society.
collaborate with other institutions having wholly or partly similar objectives
w To apply for and acquire rights such as copyrights and other intellectual property rights stemming from the Society's activities.
6. Income Clause
6.1 Income Clause
The income, earnings, moveable or immovable properties of the Society shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of any or all the objectives, as set forth in this Memorandum of Association. No profit thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividends, bonus or in any manner whatsoever to the present or past members of the Society or to any person claiming through any one or more of them. No member of the Society shall have any personal claim on any moveable or immovable properties of the Society or make any profits whatsoever by virtue of membership. However, nothing shall prevent the payment in good faith of remuneration and other expenses to any person, whether member or not, for the services rendered by the person to the Society.
6.2 Investment Clause
The funds of the Society shall be invested as per the provisions 11 (5) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
All the incomes, earnings, movable or immovable properties of the society shall be solely utilized and applied towards the promotion of its aims and objects only as per the provisions of its memorandum and no profit thereof shall be paid or transferred directly or indirectly by way of profits, dividends, bonus or in any manner what so ever to present or past members of the society or to any person claiming through any one or more of the present or past members.
The posts of President, Secretary and Treasurer are honorary posts and in no circumstance can they use it for financial gain from the institution. No member of the society shall have any personal claim on any movable and immovable properties of the society or make any profit what so ever by virtue of his/her membership of the society shall not be profitable.
Special Educator Deptt. of History
Ph.: 26176109, 9868366825