Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

Priyanshi Educational, Cultural & Social Society (PECSS), Bhopal

Add : 150, Regal Mohini Homes, Awadhpuri, Bhel
Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh
462021
Tel : 0755-4059211
Mobile : 94256 65374
Email : pecss_ngo@yahoo.co.in
Website : www.pecss.org
Contact Person : Dr. Shalini Saxena
Purpose : Social Work
Aim/Objective/Mission : Approaching up to each deprived and needy section of society and to make positive efforts for their educational, social and economic development for bringing qualitative improvement in their standards of living and to join them into mainstream of our society. The focused aims and objectives of our society include skilled and employable vocational training to unemployed youths of poor scheduled tribes/castes communities in their traditional trades/respective interests and post-training linkages for employment and/or self-employment, empowering traditional weavers and handicraft artisans with qualitative skilled training on latest techniques and equipment and facilitating them with required infrastructure so that they are able to successfully sustain themselves in present-day competitive market to function independently with confidence improving the economic and social conditions of leprosy victims of madhya pradesh by linking them with?mukhya mantri awas yojna? and other related schemes, for ensuring pucca houses for them, so that they can feel part of mainstream of society, promoting education, particularly employment oriented education in the society and re-linking school dropout youths with education as well as with commercial education, evening bridging education to school dropout, never enrolled and children involved in begging and/or some labour work and suitably enroll them in respective classes of educational institutions. Also providing such children with employable vocational training to free them from begging and/or child labour activities, formation of self help groups of bhopal gas victims, particularly women victims and empowering them with skilled and employable vocational trainings with wage employment/self-employment linkages, rejuvenate traditional hand-weaving and handicraft with modern techniques, training and required infrastructure, capacity building and empowerment of women and children for their health, rights and self-dependence, as well as sensitization campaigns against gender based violence and infanticide, formation and training of women self help groups with marketing and financial linkages for generating income and opportunities to save, skill and capacity building of rural/urban youths with technical education, empowering youths with innovative scientific and commercial techniques and organizing various science exhibitions displaying latest innovations, awareness campaigns for protection of environment, including plantations and promotion of environment-friendly self employment opportunities, generating social awareness for the protection and promotion of traditional indian culture, advocating equality of rights for every citizen and elimination of caste-based hatred, religion-based violence, blind faiths and other social evils.

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