Phenomenal growth in Seva Karya all over India

published on July 24, 2009

Rashtriya Seva Bharati compiles and publishes a report of Seva karya growth after every 5 years. The report is called ‘Seva Disha’. Started in 1995 with the cooperation of Seva Vardhini of Pune, this report has previously been published in 1997 and 2004.

Along with Rashtriya Seva Bharati, the social service projects and institutions inspired by the organizations Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram, Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bharat Vikas Parishad, Rashtra Sevika Samiti, Vidya Bharati, Deen dayal Shodh Sansthan, and Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad are also counted in this report. To collect, collate and present the ever-growing vast data of all these social service projects is a tough task and Seva Vardhini has done it in quite an appreciable way. Along with statistical data, the report presents salient features of some path breaking experiments going on in the various parts of the nation.

Seva Disha 2009, which was published on the occasion of All Bharat ‘Prant Pracharak Baithak’ [annual meeting of state organizers] of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, highlights some remarkable features of the growth of Social service projects. The service activities all over the nation including the remote parts of Bharat have grown by more than 1 lakh as compared to 2004. But it is not just statistical growth. The dimensions of the various projects touch almost every weaker section of the society. The ‘Arogya Rakshak’ [village health volunteer] scheme being run in remote villages of various states, the ‘Bal Gokulam’ of Kerala, the ‘Char Sutri Dhan’ scheme of Maharashtra, the self help groups of Tamilnadu, projects for ‘street children’ in Delhi and other metros, the ‘education for child labour’ project in Andhra, are but sample examples of the all encompassing initiative of Swayamsevaks working in social service field.

The complete report ‘Seva Disha 2009’ shall be published on in near future.

 A review of the ‘ Sangh Shiksha Varg’ conducted in the last 2 months at 60 places all over Bharat was also taken at this meeting which was held in Merath on 12,13 and 14 July.. This year, 10479 Swayamsevaks from 6982 places participated as trainees in the ‘Pratham Varsha’ [first year] Sangh Shiksha Varg, which is a part of a three year course. 2581 Swayamsevaks participated in the ‘Dwitiya Varsha’ [second year training], while 973 Swayamsevaks completed the ‘Trutiya Varsha’ [third year] training. Every year, the Swayamsevaks who have completed the initial training of the Sangh called ‘Prathamik Shiksha Varg’, are eligible to participate in these 20 days residential course

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