150 Birth Anniversary of Sri Rabindranath Tagore

On the occasion of 150 birth Anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore cultural programme and seminar was held on 16th November 2011 at Tagore Hall University of Delhi. The programme will started with the welcome of chef guest and Inaugural function made by Dr. Amrit kaur professor Delhi College of Arts and Commerce, it was attended by about 150 people from colleges, NGOs representatives, SHG group, and Research students from North Campus University of Delhi, Teacher and community members.

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On the occasion of birth centenary of Freedom fighter Smt. Sita Devi cultural programme and seminar held on 24th December 2010 at Seminar room, Delhi College of Arts and Commerce Delhi. It was attended by about 125 people from colleges, NGOs representatives, SHG group, Research students from North campus University of Delh, Teacher and family of freedom fighter. Sita Devi was an active freedom fighter and a revolutionary politician who had to undergo imprisonment many times. She was an inborn patriot. She thought her mission in life was to liberate India from the clutches of the British by actively participating in the freedom struggle and enlightening the masse. Born on 1910 as the daughter of Acharya Ramdev and Vidyadhari. Her father was the founder of Arya Samaj and he established a Gurukul for girls at Dehradun. He was a great supporter of women`s education. She inherited her love for freedom and sacrifice from her father.. She was married to the young revolutionary, Chabilidas, who was working in the National College, which had been established during the Non Cooperation Movement. In that college he taught revolutionaries like Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru. Later on, he became the Principal of the National College.

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Legal Awareness Camp under National Commission for Women

The Ganga Social Foundation under the auspicious of National Commission for Women conducted a programme for imparting free legal aid to the needy Women in the area of Shakur pur. During the 2 Days camp the information of programme was widely circulated so as to make the programme a perfect success. The camp for dispensing the legal aid started at around 10.00 am.

Even before the beginning of the camp it was noticed that there were 60 to 65 women were present who were eagerly waiting for the camp to start. The camp started at 10.30 am sharp. The organization had an opportunity to welcome Mr. Uday Shankar Ms. Rekha Singh Advocate Tis Hazari Court, The General Secretary of organization Shri. Santosh Kumar welcomed the resource person and all the participants and he gave the feedback of the Organization.

Generally women residing in slums and JJ areas are not aware of laws that are protective and useful in building their status in society. Often they are tortured, ignored, harassed, victimized for dowry, rapes, and forceful confinement etc. Meetings, discussions and awareness camps are being conducted regularly to make them aware of their rights.

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Observance of Voluntary Blood Donation Day 1st October

Ganga Social Foundation and Delhi State AIDS Control Society, NCT of Delhi organized Voluntary Blood Donation Camp on 1st October, 2007 in Arts Faculty, University of Delhi.

1st October is observed as the Day of the Elderly Day. In spite of the holiday, 109 units blood were donated by both male and female. Two elderly persons and two blind female students also donated blood.

Inaugurating one-day voluntary camp, Shri Oscar Fernandes, Hon'ble Minister of State for Labor and Employment thanked the organizers for conducting Blood Donation Camp in the university. He said that Delhi require more donations. The youth and the elderly need to be further sensitized on HIV/AIDS and blood donation. Hon'ble Minister encouraged the youth to come forward for social cause.

Project Director and the Additional Secretary Ms. Rashmi Krishnan welcomed the Hon'ble Minister. She appreciated his efforts of promoting blood donation, education and awareness on HIV/AIDS. She elaborated the various camps being organized by DSACS to promote blood donation.

Organization organized every year Blood donation under DSACS.

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Research Study:- Organization complicated Support training and Employment programme under NCW in 2012.

The programme of STEP aims to make a significant impact on women in traditional sectors by upgrading skills and providing employment to such women on a project basis by mobilizing women in viable groups, improving skills, arranging for productive assets, creating backward and forward linkages, improving/arranging for support services, providing access to credit, awareness generation, gender sensitization, nutrition education, sensitization of project functionaries. Thus, STEP advocates an integrated package of inputs aiming at the integrated development of poor women in traditional sectors. The ultimate endeavour of each project should be to develop the group to thrive on a self-sustaining basis in the market place with the minimal Governmental support and intervention after the project period is over.

The STEP Scheme had evolved in 1986 after the National Commission for Self Employed Women and Women in the Informal Sector has made a situational review of women in the informal sector and had suggested introduction of protective measures which would ensure guarantee of employment and income generation, minimum wages, welfare and support services, training and upgradation of skills. The programme of STEP advocates the objective of extending training for up-gradation of skills and sustainable employment for women through a variety of action oriented projects, which employ women in large numbers. The Scheme covers 8 traditional sectors of employment, viz., Agriculture, Small Animal Husbandry, Dairying, Fisheries, Handlooms, Handicrafts, Khadi and Village Industries and Sericulture. Two more sectors, namely, Social Forestry and Waste Land Development have been added later.

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Awareness programme on Female Feticide kurukshetra District of Haryana under National Commission For Women (NCW) 2012-2013

Ganga Social foundation in association with National Commission for Women (NCW) organized 5 Awareness programme on Female feticide in kurukshetra district of Haryana.

The programme was held at kurukshetra The main objective of the programme was to create mass awareness on the issue of female feticide in Haryana and promote and motivate students and youth for awareness about this sensitive issues, during the session of resource person one of the participants share the her own opinion and experience, during this programme we felt all the participants knows about this type of activity is in the practices in Haryana, the participants taken oath about this issue and said they will aware to other also. The day begin with the registration of Mothers and other beneficiary & executives heads of NGOs. The inauguration was attended by Mothers and an august gathering. The dignitaries included Ms. Anju Nair Municipal Councilor, and officers from GSF.

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Celebration of National Youth Day, On 12th January 2012, At Delhi College of Arts and Commerce under DSACS

In 1984, the Government of India declared and decided to observe the Birthday of Swami Vivekananda (12 January, according to English calendar) as National Youth Day every year from 1985 onwards. To quote from the Government of India's Communication.

''it was felt that the philosophy of Swamiji and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth.''

The celebration was held at Delhi Collage of Arts and Commerce, South Campus University of Delhi. The main objective of the Campaign was to create mass awareness on the issue of HIV/AIDS and promotion of contraceptives.

The team of Blood Bank AIIMS tested /identified the blood group and the camp began. It was observed during the campaign that the girls were highly motivated for the donation may be they are more sensitive issue The youth also got motivated by the street play based on the theme of voluntary donation and HIV/AIDS. The play was highly encouraging and informative on HIV/AIDS, STD & STI.

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IEC Based Event on HIV/AIDS on Valentine Day under DSACS

Ganga Social Foundation and Delhi State AIDS Control Society, NCT of Delhi organized IEC Based Event on 16th February 2011 in the eve of Valentine day at Delhi college of Arts and commerce university of Delhi, Mr. M.S Rawat principal inaugurated the programme and Mrs. Amrit kaur In charge NSS welcomed the principal and said something about HIV/AIDS.

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Awareness Camp on Decline Child Sex Ratio and Safety of Girl Child, Ministry of Women and Child Development, National Mission for Empowerment of Women

GSF organized Awareness camp on Decline Sex Tatio and Safety of Girl Child under National Mission for Empowerment of Women and The day begin with the registration of Mothers and other beneficiary & executives heads of NGOs. The inauguration was attended by Mothers and an august gathering. The dignitaries included Ms. Vijendri Devi President RWA, and officers from National Mission for Empowerment of women & Rakhi, Sarita, Madhu , suman from Ganga Social Foundation.

"The female and male sex ratio in Delhi is not healthy. In 2008, we had about 1,004 females against 1,000 males. But, 2010 witnessed a drop. It is surely a matter of concern," Dikshit said at a function to celebrate the National Girl Child Day.

Dr. Rajesh appreciated the approach and welfare activities taken by the Government in course of women empowerment. He pointed out several women group initiative taken for community and society development. We should take Awareness campaign on social Issues related Decline Sex Ration and safety of Girl child.

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