We are hereby glad to introduce ourselves as Swrna Rajhans Students Welfare Society – Charitable Trust (S.R.S.W.S. Trust/Swrna Rajhans Trust), wherein we are working for the welfare of poor, needy, deprived & deserving students and their underprivileged families from low-income groups and weaker sections of society residing in slum, rural, urban and tribal areas. Our Organization is ISO 9001:2008 certified and recognized by Government of India. This organization is registered under SR Act 1860 and BPT Act 1950. We are identified with proper Registered Trade Mark under Ministry of Trade Mark. We are affiliated with Ministry of Youth Affairs under NYK of Government of India. We are also registered under NITI Aayog of Government of India. We can receive CSR Funds from corporates as we are granted with CSR Certification by Ministry of Corporate Affairs of Government of India. We are 12A & 80G registered under Income Tax Act 1961 with authorized PAN and TAN registration hence all National/Indian donations to us are eligible for 50% Tax Exemptions. We are also registered under FCRA Act and can receive International/Foreign donations on our welfare projects. We have Total 12 National & International Registrations, Certifications and Approvals from Government of India
“You are young only once, and if you work it right, once is enough”. Joe E. Lewis
‘Students’ are ‘Young Generation’ and ‘Youth Power’ of our country. Youth builds a nation as they are future of our country. So they are strength and assets of our nation. So we want to give special focus on the welfare of the ‘Students’. Education makes every student strong, self-sufficient, self-dependent, self-confident and competent to earn their livelihood and get food, cloth and shelter on their own for them and their family. Empowerment and development of students is empowerment and development of nation. Youth power is a recognized force in the world today. The youth are filled with tremendous energy and towering ambitions. They can be utilized as a constructive and as a destructive force by any nation. Youth is that spark which needs no ignition. Youth is that clay which can be molded in either shape one wants. This is the sole reason for both exploitation and utilization of youth in the destruction and construction of any nation respectively. Nations strength is in its youth. Youth is that phase of life where dreams are built and a bright future is foreseen. It is the age of discovery and dreams. These are the years to foster moral principles, construct value system, build strong nationalism, develop love and respect for nation, understand rights, duties and responsibility towards nation or society and begin an all-new journey on the path of the ‘right’. So if we are working for the welfare of the students we are directly working for the welfare of nation.
When we are emphasizing on development of students by giving them higher education, we are actually emphasizing on development of nation by creating strong future generations that is also self-sufficient, self-dependent and component enough to earn their livelihood on their own for them and their family.
It is said that “Instead of fishing every day and feeding someone, teach him fishing so that he can feed himself for a life time.” We believe in this philosophy to make students self-sufficient and strong enough to take care of their livelihood on their own for life time by giving them strong tool called as ‘Education’. We believe that Anna (Food), Vastra (Cloths), Niwara (Shelter), Shikshan (Education) ani Arogya (Health) these are basic necessities of life. But we believe that instead of giving all these things for free to that person for life time considering him poor or needy, give him ‘Education’ and make himself dependent and competent to earn his livelihood and get food, cloth and shelter and also avail health facilities on his own for life time for him and his family. Education is the only thing that makes him enabled to support his family and avail above necessary basic things on his own. High education, good vocational training, skill development and income generating programs help students to acquire or upgrade their vocational skills and enable them to enhance their income to support themselves and their family in future when they grow up. Not being able to pursue higher, professional or skilled education in desired field as per their abilities, qualities, potentials, natural talents and interest, because of lack of financial support to students, is also one of the major reasons of high unemployment in youth of our country. Because in most of the cases youth don’t intend to go in to the field where they don’t want to make their career, believing that they cannot show their true abilities and give excellent performance with 100% potentials for better out puts and also cannot get mental satisfaction or end up being a failure in life. After acquiring higher or professional education and good vocational skills, students generally become competent enough to earn their livelihood, this distract students from illegal, non-ethical and criminal activities though we create strong future generations those prove to be strength or assets of the nation.
We are centralizing our focus with word ‘Students’. The field ‘Education’ is very vast; if we say we are working in the field of ‘Education’ it may divert our focus. So we are working on ‘The Students’ and ‘Issues Those Distract Them from Education or Restrict Their Growth & Development’ by centralizing our focus with word ‘Students’. This is the reason in our organization’s name we have specially added the word ‘Students Welfare’.
– Vande Mataram!!!
“To serve your country if you cannot be on the border as a soldier fighting your enemies, then you should at least serve your country being within the society by solving thousands of social problems in the country “.
When we meet and greet, we say ‘Vande Mataram’ for showing respect to our nation. Our Indian freedom warriors used to greet each other by saying ‘Vande Mataram’ because they were proud to be Indians. We want to carry forward this tradition of saying ‘Vande Mataram’. These legends sacrificed their lives for the independence of our nation. Now our soldiers are sacrificing their lives every day on the border for protecting our nation. By saying ‘Vande Mataram’, we actually salute all of them and make their soul realize that we know the value of your sacrifices made for our nation and we respect it, so we will never let it go in vain. When we say ‘Vande Mataram’ we pay tribute to these legends and soldiers. When we say ‘Vande Mataram’ we remember courage and sacrifices of these soldiers and legends. When we say ‘Vande Mataram’ we pay respect to their mothers who gave birth to such great immortal worriers and sacrificed their beloved children for our nation. The word ‘Vande Mataram’ creates a power and courage within us to fight against non-ethical values in the society. The word ‘Vande Mataram’ makes us realize our duties and responsibilities towards this nation as an honorable part of the society.
Each person of our organization has joined us for selfless social work for serving the nation as we are proud to be Indian. We have well educated, well trained, well qualified and certified team that have dedicated themselves for genuine and truly selfless social work with great passion and respect to the nation. When any candidate in our organization is selected he takes oath of dedicating himself for the selfless service of nation considering himself to be ‘Rashtra Sainik’. They are not only our team members but our SOLDIER because we strongly believe that “To serve your country if you cannot be on the border as a soldier fighting your enemies, then you should at least serve your country being within the society by solving thousands of social problems in the country “. Poverty, hunger, inequality, corruption, discriminations disturb all of us from within. We believe that to finish all the social problems from the root we have to work on the ‘Root Cause’ of the problems not on their ‘Symptoms’. We understand our responsibility towards the society and country so we all are now intensely involved in the service of the nation and work with passion striving to remove the problems from the ‘Root’.
All donations to the organization are eligible for 50% tax exemption under section 80G of Income Tax Act 1961