The need of the hour is to revive the spirit and values for which Mahamana founded the Banaras Hindu University for the present and coming generations on whom lies the onus of nation building. The emphasis in education would be on character building, patriotism and regard for India’s rich heritage and culture.
The mission intends to mobilize the talent and financial resources of the BHU Alumni for the all round development of their Alma Mater and Motherland. The Mission proposes to develop a roadmap – a detailed action plan for making India a powerful country in the world
Library is an integral part of any institution engaged in academic, creative, cultural and social work. A library dedicated to a stalwart in public life should aptly focus by its collection and services to the ideology of the personality. Keeping in view Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya’s profile, interest, activities & contribution to the nation, the Malaviya Memorial Library will have a wide variety of collection in various subject areas. The Mission Library will be adequately equipped to meet the needs of visiting members, researchers, scholars, academician, administrator, social workers, general readers and those engaged in various activities of the Mission. Government of India has provided Aid to Mahamana Malaviya Mission for upgradation and establishment of Malaviya Memorial Library.
Malaviya Sanskar Kendra Vocational Training Centre in Kasturba Balika Senior Secondary School, New Delhi has completed 13 years of its existence and has given vocational training to over 300 students with the co-operation of Harijan Sevak Sangh. The students are trained in tailoring, cutting, hand sewing and embroidery
Mahamana Malaviya Mission is providing financial assistance to the Guldasta educational project. This school is being run for more than 100 children of economically backward section of society from Madanpur Khadar, Sarita Vihar. The school is for KG, Class 1 and 2 and the remedial sections of other classes of boys and girls.
The School was founded in 1934 By Mahatma Gandhi, due to some circumstances school was on the verge of closing but in 1982 Malaviya Mission stepped in collected donations for revival of school and reconstructed its classroom in 1985. Mission established a book bank to cater the needs of poor students and ensured the continuity of education in the school
The Mahamana Bal Niketan was started in 1986 in Laxmanpuri for the welfare of children of leprosy patients. Presently 17 students – in the age group of 5 to 20 years – are the inmates of the Bal Niketan. The Bal Niketan Samiti maintains the hostel for the adopted students. The Samiti meets all the expenses of the students including their education. Some of the children from Bal Niketan have completed their school education and are now gainfully employed. It is a matter of great pride that amongst the students of Mahamana Vidya Mandir, some of the students securing the highest marks in the high school examination belong to Bal Niketan. In the last few years some destitute children have been admitted in the hostel. A permanent hostel is now being constructed in Gomti Nagar for children
Mahamana Malaviya Vidya Mandir was started in 1990 in Vivek Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow for imparting value-based education. Mahamana Malaviya Vidya Mandir was upgraded to 12th standard in 2004. In High School examination (UP Board) the result was 100% with 40% students getting first Division. The institution is based on the ideals of Malaviyaji and lays stress on physical, mental and spiritual development of the students, inculcation of a sense of discipline, love for Indian culture and Motherland. There are about 300 students, 15 teachers and 5 staff members. Dr. Abhinandan Swaroop is the Principal of the school at present. The result of the school had always been 100 percent with many students in merit. The School committee looks after the management of school.
Malaviya Mission Kendra in Anpara is running a school in which over 300 children mostly from the tribal areas are receiving education. A hostel, dispensary and computer training centre are functioning in this school. Pulse Polio Programme is also organized by the school. A separate unit consisting of only females has been set up to look after their welfare. The Mission has established a number of EKAL VIDHYALAYA in the tribal belt of Anpara and Obra. Mission has also reserved five beds in the NTPC hospital in Rihand for the displaced tribal people and is meeting all the expenses on their nursing and medical treatment.
The Kendra is spread in 20 acres in Malaviyapuram, Bishnupur, District Gumal, Jharkhand. The following programmesare under execution at present:-
Malaviya Bhawan (10,000 sq. ft.)
Dhanvantari Bhawan (Chemical Lab, Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Food Technology),
Gaushala (Bio-Fertilizer Shed, Bio-Gas Equipment)
Medicinal Herbs and Hotriculture Garden
Thakkar Bapa Gramoday Dharshan Museum
Kshetriya Karigar Panchayat
Deen Dayal Bhawan (Training Centre)
Zonal Centre for Bio-Technology
Village Industries Sale Centre
Garhi, a Dalit village about 30 km from Lucknow has been adopted by the Mission. Various social and educational programmes are being conducted in the village. Computer Training, Sewing Classes, Medical camp, Clothes distribution, etc are done by Garhi Samiti of the Mission. Three children from this village have been adopted by Mahamana Bal Niketan and a few more will be adopted in future.
The Bhagwad Gita Samiti organises different activities like Geeta Jayanti, Sloka Pratiyogita, Geeta Seminars, Group discussions (on topics like Geeta & Modern Management) throughout the year.
MAHAMANA MALAVIYA MISSION, DELHI
महामना मालवीय मिशन, दिल्ली
PUBLICATION OF MAHAMANA’S VANGMAY “COMPLETE WORKS” – A FIRST OF ITS KIND CREATION
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Donations exempt under section 80G of I.T. Act.
Bharat Ratna Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya, a multifaceted towering and enigmatic personality of saintly disposition who worked in all possible spheres of life with a vision to provide assurance to all countrymen justice, equality, liberty and endeavored to promote fraternity.
Publication of this Vangmay, a mammoth task, once completed would let us have a holy compilation in many Volumes, Mahamana’s creation / works as an ideal gift to the society besides being our expression of thankfulness and gratitude to the noble soul.
Our endeavor would be to see Mahamana’s Vangmay Volumes in all libraries of universities, institutes, parliament, state assemblies and courts etc.
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