Activities
Presently above social welfare Institute RAJARSHI is working for the following
Regular Activities:
  1. Free coaching centre (Evening): For dropout/ needy students from Kindergarten to Class-X, Total students, 70-80 guided by 04 graduate teachers.
  2. Subsidized Tailoring & embroidery School: for Poor &Destitute Women.-Total 10- Students Conducted by a Teacher who is a Retired Headmistress of ‘Anandamoyee Daridra Bhander.’ She holds a Diploma in Tailoring from ‘USHA’ Sewing School & Embroidery from ‘MahilaSamiti’ of ‘Anandamayee Daridra Bhandar’.
  3. Drawing School (Subsidiary) : For Poor & Innovative students - Total 14- students Guided by 01- Art Teacher, Holding diploma in Arts & sculpture From the Indian Art College, kolkata.
  4. Free ‘PATANJALI’ Yoga Samiti:Total 17members, Available trainers are duly Qualified by the Directorate of PATANJALI yoge pith, Hardwar, Uttar-khand, India.

    Day to day programmes are revised as per the guideline of sree sree ‘RAMDEVJI –MOHARAJ’. From Patanjali Ashram, Haridwar
Other Activities are:
  1. Distribution of clothing to the Poor/ Needy.
  2. Tree Plantation activities along both sides of roads at various places by the Students And senior citizens.
  3. Conducting Cultural Functions & Celebration of Republic Day, Independence Day, Gurudev Rabindranath’s Birth Day and Netaji’s Birthday.
  4. Free Distribution of Food to the Poor Students on 1st January every year, this being The Foundation Day of ‘RAJARSHI’.
SUCCESS STORIES OF “RAJARSHI”:
“RAJARSHI” was started in the year 2003, to bring about Social Peace and Happiness for the Poor & Needy by covering all their basic needs and achieving a moderate economical status. This is a Herculean Task & RAJARSHI, a small Social Institute can achieve this only with help of other like- Minded people, Business Organizations, & various other Institutions.
We are merely a Social welfare center, whose aim is to uplift the down trodden to moderate levels Thereby pulling them away from anti social activities, and this in turn keeps the Society a Safe place Leading to peaceful co-existence. The Grace of Almighty and the help from such kind of people who Are “Angels of God” will definitely lead to the successes of our mission. The Organizer of “RAJARSHI” is eagerly seeking for those kind-hearted persons either as an individual or representing An organization, who will be the Real Angel for the poor & needy. In reality, their graceful hands Bring progressive success to our mission.
“RAJARSHI” initially started with a free coaching center for the Dropout and Deprived-of going to School Children, around the area of its registered office in the year 2003. In our Free coaching center Run in the evenings during the first year, we had only 06 (six) students for class I to IV. Thereafter by The enormous struggle and sacrifice by teachers, members and the support of Local Administration, “RAJARSHI’S” students could stand shoulder to shoulder with students of other private coaching Centers. In fact, “RAJARSHI’S” popularity attracted more & more students opting to join our Classes. However, due to our compulsions & limited availability of Funds, we could only cater for 70 students. More & more of our Students, due to this coaching & motivation from the teachers want to pursue Education. However, our financial compulsions & lack of necessary infrastructure is hampering us from Helping these students in their goal of continuing their studies. We regret this embarrassing situation and our helplessness.
In addition to the free coaching center, we have also started subsidized Tailoring & Embroidery School For ‘Destitute women’ and Drawing school for the needy and innovative students. These two wings laid The foundation stone for the scheme of self-employment. We have appointed two teachers, who are Well experienced and capable of encouraging & improving their talents. This, we hope, will, help the Students to achieve the goal of Self-employment. In the year 2009, we have started ‘PATANJALI’ FREE YOGA SAMITI to maintain good order of health for all Young & Elderly persons.

In Conclusion to our Goal of Endless Success, we humbly pray for heartfelt Blessings of one & all to ‘RAJARSHI’.

We are proud of ‘RAJARSHI’S active social workers, who are deployed for helping poor & needy from the year 2003 and until now. Their endless efforts resulted following students and member’s success from our four different branches.
Name and Address of Successful candidates:
Free coaching center (Evening): Students who scored 60% marks in all subjects
  1. Pranati Naskar, village & post- Rasapunja, Via- Joka, South 24 parganas, Pin-700104.
  2. Pinki Naskar, village –Noabad, post-Rasapunja, via-joka, South 24 parganas, pin-700104
  3. Biswajit Gayan, village- Charaktala, post- Rasapunja, via- joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  4. Suprio Naskar, Village, & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  5. Sudipta Naskar, Village, & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  6. Sandip Sardar, Village, & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  7. Anima Balmiki, Village & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
Subsidiary Sewing School: Students who are self employed and serving various garment factories.
  1. Ganga Mishra, village- Charaktala, post- Rasapunja, via- joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  2. smt. Sikha Mondal, village- Noabad, post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  3. smt. Putul Mondal, village-Samali, post- Rasapunja, via- joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  4. smt. Tara Sardar, village- Samali, post- Rasapunja, via- joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104
  5. smt Rina Mondal, village- Halder pukur, post- Nohajari, south 24 parganas.
  6. Jaba Naskar, Village, & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  7. smt. Suchitra Halder- Village & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
Subsidiary Drawing school: Students who received award/prize from different Drawing competition.
  1. Pratyusha sardar, village- Noabad, post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  2. Sougata Shaw, village & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
‘PATANJALI’ FREE YOGA SAMITY: Members who got relief from different ailments
  1. Rampada Mondal, village & post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
  2. Sudhir Mondal, village –Polia, post- Rasapunja, via-joka, south 24 parganas, pin-700104.
RESIDENTIAL VOCATIONAL SCHOOL WITH EDUCATION FOR DROPOUT CHILDREN
PROJECT AREA:
  • Residential shelter for children who have dropout from any other organization and facing problem due to different difficult circumstances and children living with single parent
  • Project area will be operational at Vill.+ PO - Rasapunja of Thakurpukur Maheshtala Block, South 24 PGS, W.B., India.
  • Educational qualification will be supported from vocational training imparted ,which will help them to be established in future .
BENEFICIARIES:
  • Who:
  • The direct beneficiaries are thirty children who are living under difficult circumstances on daily basis of the project.
  • WHY:
  • For children ,dropping out from different organizations being the victims of abuse and assault which leads to behavioral and emotional problems .It also leads to low self-esteem, self-confidence feeling of insecurity. They are not looked after properly by their parents and devoid of rights of childhood adolescence.
PROJECT JUSTIFICATION:
  • Access to all forms of vocatonal training and education.
  • To enable children living in most apalling condition to train themselves to earn for their own living.
  • Discourage such children from adapting a negative way of life.
  • Providing them with an educational support, simultaneously in addition to vocational training, to empower themselves to satisfy their developmental needs.
  • To provide residential shelter to adolescent females, who are helpless, and likely to be victimised.
TIME FRAMES:
Duration and stage of programmes: Total two years
  • Introductory work - First six months.
  • Middle stage - Next six months.
  • Last one year - Final stage. (Develop skill and establishment)
EXPECTED OUTPUT:
  • Thirty students staying in residential centre (Food,clothing,lodging will be provided)
  • Support to establish themselves as an earning member of the society.
MONITORING AND EVALUATION:
  • coordinator or director ------------- all projects’ –‘ a) Coordinator or Director of the organization will be monitoring overall projects.
  • Programs will be evaluated half yearly in front of the evaluation team.
STAFF STRUTURE:
  • Director
  • Project officer
  • Direct staff
  • Contractual staff
  • Two residential staff.(For overall management).
  • Two staff for vocational part with office correspondence.
  • Two staffs for educational part and to help the residential staffs
  • Two staff for cooking and cleaning
  • One holiday in a week.
  • 24 hours rotational duty/ 24 hours duty as a residential staff.
  • Maximum 8 hours of working.
  • Incase of emergency duty will be extended.
STAFF ALLOTMENT:
Staffs having enough knowledge in educational and vocational training would be allotted.
Activities which are included for imparting vocational training to the students:
1. FULL PAINTING CONCEPT
SCULPTURE AND MODELLING.
13. ENVELOPE AND CARD MAKING.
2. DECORATION. 14. FABRICK.
3. PRINTMAKING. 15. DOLLMAKING
4. SCREEN-PRINTING 16. MASKMAKING.
5. BATICK. 17. CANDLE MAKING
6. BINDI MAKNG. 18. POPPER MAKING.
7. APPLIC. 19. POTTERY.
8. DESIGN. 20. DRESS DESIGNING.
9. CRAFT. 21. DRAMA.
10. STRETCH MAKING . 22. DANCE.
11. BINDING. 23. SINGING.
12. BANNER,POSTER, HODING WRITING
NEED TO RUN THE PROGRAMME:
1. BUILDING OR SAFE PLACE. 5. FIND OUT CHILD AS A FITTEST IN THAT PROGRAMME.
2. REGISTRATION   LEGAL PROCEDURE. 6. ARRANGEMENT OF CHILD   STAFF
3. SUFFICIENT FOOD 7. OFFICE SETUP
4. PERFECT PLANNING    
MATERIALS REQUIRED TO RUN THE PROGRAMME :
1. MAT 14. TABLE
2. BEDSHEET 15. ALMIRHA
3. PILLOW 16. STRETCHING MACHINE
4. PILLOW COVER 17. ROLLER
5. MATRESS 18. SCREEN MACHINE
6. KITCHEN APPLIANCES 19. PAPPER
7. CLOTHING 20. PENCIL/RUBBER/SHARPENER
8. COSMETIC AND BATHING 21. COLOUR
9. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 22. BRUSH
10. ENTERTAINMENTAL INSTRUMENT 23. BOOK
11. GAMES 24. EXERCISE BOOK
12. BOARD
13. CHAIR    
OTHER PROGRAMMES HELD IN THE YEAR
  1. ALL INDIA SIT & DRAW COMPETITION.
  2. NATURE STUDY CAMP(BEHAVIOUR & FORMALITIES MAINTAINED)
  3. PICNIC
  4. SCIENCE EXHIBITION
  5. CELEBRATE ONE ANY GREAT OCCATION
  6. WORKSHOP TO BE ARRANGED FOR OTHER ACTIVITIES
  7. MONTHLY EXAMINATION OF EVERY CHILD
  8. YEARLY SPORTS
  9. ETC.
Proposed variable cost analysis for each child in a year
  Per Head For Thirty Heads
Food and Nutrition 22,000.00 6,60,000.00
Formal Education 4,000.00 1,20,000.00
Vocational training 8,000.00 2,40,000.00
Recreation and Tour 1,200.00 36,000.00
Health and Medicine 1,500.00 45,000.00
Tiffin 3,000.00 60,000.00
Clothing 3,600.00 1,08,000.00
Travelling 1,500.00 45,000.00
Bathing 2,400.00 72,000.00
Others 1,200.00 36,000.00
Rs.14,22,000.00
Proposed cost analysis for office and administration of thirty heads
Remunaration of staff 11,04,000.00
Travelling 24,000.00
Electricity 24,000.00
Postal and Telegram facilities 5,000.00
Telephone and Communication 20,000.00
Printing and Stationary 8,000.00
Repair and Maintanance 20,000.00
Office/House rent 72,000.00
Meeting and sensatization 12,000.00
Others 12,000.00
Rs.13,01,000.00
Equipments / fittings and other assets
Mat 12,000.00
Bedsheet 9,000.00
Pillow 6,000.00
pillow cover 4,500.00
Kitchen appliances 27,000.00
Electrical equipment 3,000.00
Entertainment 45,000.00
Games 15,000.00
Board 12,000.00
Chair 12,000.00
Table 15,000.00
Almirha 30,000.00
Machine for vocational training 30,000.00
Depot house 1,00,000.00
Others 20,000.00
Rs.3,40,500.00
Total expenditure for 2 years =Rs.30,63,500.00*2=Rs.61,27,000.00