SADASYA SAHAYATA YOJNA

 

1. Title of the Practice

 SADASYA SAHAYATA YOJNA

 2. Objectives of the Practice

 The objective of this practice is to serve the community without any discrimination by helping every member associated to the Yojna who are in any sort of financial need. The Yojna aims at uplifting the life standard of the members. This is done by providing financial help to them so that they can render quality higher education to their children, to meet casual expenses, medical treatment of family members, and renovation of house, purchase of land, agricultural reason, and marriage of the member and to raise their social reputation.

 3. The Context

 The employees of the institute face financial problems from time to time. They are unsure about meeting the daily or casual needs of the household. On the other hand, they are reluctant to borrow money from bank in form of loan or from moneylenders. Hence there was need to establish such a benevolent scheme which could help its members at the time of dire need and urgency.

 4. The Practice

Sadasya Sahayata Yojna was started in the year 1980 with the main objective of the welfare of the members of the college and to serve the humanity without any discrimination, to help members who are in financial need. The members include teaching, non-teaching staff and members of management. The expenditure regarding this plan is supported by members and no other body is involved. This has been inspirational for nation as well as for entire Chhattisgarh. At present, there are 203 members in which 59 members are employees of the college. There are 25 members from Chhattisgarh Kalyan Samiti, 27 members from Aheri Education College and 92 other members. At present the amount for this purpose has reached almost Rs. 13,60,201=00. The members obtain loan from the Yojna @ 1% interest. This has proved to be beneficial for members and save them from financial loss. Thus the members who are in dire and urgent need of financial help get benefitted by the Yojna.

 5. Evidence of Success

 The Yojna has proved to be comprehensively successful. The objective and target of the Yojna has been largely achieved and evidence may be found in the number of members of the Yojna and their family members involved in it. There are 203 members in which only 59 members are employees of the college. There are 25 members from Chhattisgarh Kalyan Samiti, 27 members from Aheri Education College and 92 other members. The number of members of the Yojna is increasing every year. This is clearly evident that the Yojna has played an important role in the life of the members of the Yojna regarding their financial needs and by catering this need; it has proved to be exercisable in other institutes also.

 6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

 The fund of the Yojna, sometimes, is not able to cater the need of more than two or three members at a time. This is a major problem before the Yojna.

 7. Notes (Optional)





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