2. RUNNING PROJECTS
JEEVAN EARLY INTERVENTION CENTRE (JEIC)
JEEVAN SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR MR (JSS)
JEEVAN VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE (JVTC)
JEEVAN SAMARTH CBS (JSC)
JEEVAN TEACHER'S TRAINING & RESEARCH CENTRE (JTTRC)
JEEVAN SHELTERED WORKSHOP (JSW)
JEEVAN INFORMATION CENTRE (JIC) & DISTRICT LOCAL
LEVEL COMMITTEE (LLC) ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBER
JEEVAN HOME BASED REHABILITATION (JHBR)
JEEVAN COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION (JCBR)
SAVE THE CHILDREN.
3. INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES
ONLINE TRAINING CENTRE
4. ACTIVITIES OF THE INSTITUTE
TRAINING / PARTICIPATION / MEDICAL / AWARENESS/
PARENTS'MEET / ORIENTATION PROGRAMMES
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
SEMINARS / WORKSHOP
5. CELEBRATION OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EVENTS &
6. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
7. IMPACT OF SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY
8. FUTURE VISION
1. ABOUT THE ORGANISATION AND INSTITUTION
1.1 "JEEVAN" a voluntary organization which sprang from the
abysmal agony experienced by A. K. Singh on having
Retarded Children, in family members, made an informal
and humble beginning in ts inception in 1992 with a meager
strength of 7 children and 2 teachers has grown Exponentially
and has completed Seventeen "serviceful" years to mentally
Disabled children of this state.
1.2 The year 2008-09 is yet an other year of great services rendered
by Qualified and experience staff reaching the best deserving
1.3 "JEEVAN" continued all the project of previous year with addition
of some new projects.
2. RUNNING PROJECT
A brief review of projects is given below :
2.1 JEEVAN EARLY INTERVENTION CENTRE (JEIC) :
"JEEVAN" is extending Assessment and Early Intervention services
to the needy children from different parts of the state.
2.2 JEEVAN SPECIAL SCHOOL FOR MR (JSS) :
Jeevan Special School for MR is exclusively for the children (6 to 18 years)& above with mental retardation and multiple disabilities. The present strength is 65.
They are from different parts of the state like Bihar, Jharkhand & Katras, Jharia, Govindpur & Dhanbad apart from District.
2.3 JEEVAN VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTRE (JVTC) :
Jeevan is imparting vocational training in various trades for 35 trainees
(Boys : 23 & Girls : 12).
2.4 JEEVAN SMARTH CBS (JSC) :
This scheme is sanctioned by the national Trust clubbing the earlier service
of Respite and Residential Care Services with some changes in the norms.
Jeevan is one of the few Centers sanctioned to Jharkhand mainly based on its
earlier dedicated service with very good results.
2.5 JEEVAN TEACHER'S TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTRE (JTTRC) :
This unit organization various Training Programmes of this organization
2.6 JEEVAN SHELTERED WORKSHOP (JSW) :
Under this sheltered workshop, 10 trained individuals are working on
revenue generation basis in different trades.
2.7 JEEVAN INFORMATION CENTRE (JIC) & DISTRICT LOCAL LEVEL
COMMITTEE ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBER (LLC), DHANBAD :
Jeevan has mobilized 27 persons with M.R under "NIRAMYA"-Health
Insurance Scheme,. Iaunched by the National Trust. This year 52 legal
guardianships are under process.
2.8 JEEVAN HOME BASED REHABILITATION CENTRE (JHBRC) :
Jeevan is providing necessary training & rehabilitation to 95 children
with mental retardation & multiple disabilities covering 20 village situated
in the Dhanbad District.
2.9 JEEVAN COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION (JCBR) :
Suiting the needs of the Person With Disabilities, Jeevan initiated the CBR
project in the month of October, 2005 and continuing sofar.
2.10 SAVE THE CHILDREN :-
3. INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
3.1 BUILDING :- The present building of about 18,000 in a Spacious
Campus of 4.5 Acres issituated in the rural area of Gosalla More Village
at Bastacolla, Dhansar, Dhanbad (Pin). - 828106, Jharkhand.
3.2 TRANSPORTATION :- The Institute is providing transport facility
to Day care students by way of 2 school vans, donate by M.L.A Jharia &
Ex. M.P Dhanbad.
3.3 HUMAN RESOURCES :- The children are being imparted Special
Education, Speech therapy, and Physiotherapy, besides Vocational Training
by professionally qualified staff numbering 95 - including sub staff, for the
maintenance of existing projects.
During this year Jeevan has offered professional services for all the
Beneficiaries under different project and the process is going on Zero
rejectiong was made by extending services for all the benefciaries
irrespective of caste, gender and level of retardation.
4. ACTIVTIES OF THE INSTITUE
Jeevan is organizing various. Training programs, Training classes,
Awareness meeting etc. for the benefit of different Stake Holders Some
such important programs organized during 2008-09 are
4.1 Parents Training was conducted on 31-07-2008 to train the parents on
various techniques of handling the M.R Children. About 50 parents attended
4.2 Distribution of Aids & Application to 850 individuals with Multiple Disabilities,
Sponsored by (NIEPMD). The Collector & District Magistrate, Dhanbad Jeevan,
I.A.S attended this program.
1. Our children participated in the "Southern Regional Special Sports Meet" held
Jamshedpur by NIEPMD. 8 children won 26 medals in this meet, which is the
best performance among all the participating institutions.
2. our representative have participated in the
a. national seminar & work shop on "Sheltered work shop" at New Delhi
organized by the National Trust on 22-09-2008.
b. Inauguration of "ARUNIM" project by National Trust at New Delhi.
c. Exhibition of products manufactured by M.R People at Dilli Haat, Delhi.
d. Seminar on "Samarth" Activities at Hyderbad by national Trust.
e. Regional Work Shop on dfisability Sector-by RCI & IGNOU at Chennai
24th & 25th March 2011-12, .
f. State Level Meeting of NGO's on Incentives to Employers Employing
persons with disabilities in private sector .
4.4 Child Right week Celebrations :- From 14th to 20th November, 2008 child
rights week was celebrated. Rallies and Awareness meeting were organized in
support of child right at Bastacolla, Dhansar, Dhanbad, Jharkhand.
4.7 Awareness Programs on the Activities of National Trust :
Awareness Campus were organized on the Activities of national Trust, at the
following rural places.
Jharia, Katras, Dhanbad.
5. CELEBRATIONS OF NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL EVENTS &
During this year, Jeevan celebrated several National, International
events and festivals covering irrespective of religion in its campus
with great spirit.
6. DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
Jeevan has the pleasure of visits conducted by distinguished delegates,
people's representative and representatives of renowned Organizations
who came to see the facilities, services and to bless the special children.
Some of the dignitaries who visited the institute, appreciated the efforts
and blessed the children are :
6.1 Government Officials & Others :
1) Sri. Nitain Kulkarni , D. C., Dhanbad
2) Sri. N. K Singh , D. R. D. A., Director, Dhanbad
3) Sri. K. K. Agarwal , D. R. M., Dhanbad
4) Sri. Ambuj Nath , District Judge, Dhanbad.
5) Sri. Rajmohan Tiwari , S. D. M., Dhanbad
6) Sri. N. P Singh , D. W. O., Dhanbad
7) Sri. P. N. Singh , M. P., Dhanbad
8) Smt. Kunti. Devi. , M. L. A. , Jharia
6.2 Trainings Undergone :-
D. Ed. SE (MR) , B.Ed. Special
6.3 Persons from other Institutions :
1) Ganesh Chudhary, Dhanbad
2) Sunil Kumar , Dhanbad
6.5 Medical Professionals :-
1) Dr. G. K. Choudhary , Retarded C. M. O., E. C. L., Ranchi
2) Dr. Sheakhar Kumar, Zila Parisad
7. IMPACT OF SERVICES IN THE COMMUNITY
In the last 17 years,. about 3000 families and 2000 children got
benefited with various services . At present about 550 children are getting the benefit
of training and rehabilitative services under various projects running under Jeevan.
8. FUTURE VISION
8.1 Centre for Human Resource Development :
Based on the recent reports, with the efforts of Government and NGO's we could reach only 5% of the disabled individuals leaving a mammoth task of 95% of un-reached. To achieve this, the first effort should be to train more and more professional in the field of special education. As it is the need of the hour Jeevan has already initiated the process of getting the sanction for the establishment of courses in the special education.
8.2 Other Projects in the pipe line :-
The "Sheltered Workshop" initiated in a small scale need to be
enhanced into a full fledged Centre with the aim of providing employment
to all the training of Jeevan and others who needs employment for
creating healthy environment so that their better sustainability with quality
of life can be created.
Based on the availability of Professional & number of Institutes to train
the professionals on one side and demand for the professionals Vs the
targeted PWDs, Jeevan is planning to establish HRD Institutes. B. Ed
which are under processing.
The management expresses its deep gratitude and expects to receive continued support & cooperation from all the sector including Government, Corporate, Charitable Trusts and Philanthropists, who have supported, inspired encouraged, guided and fortified our efforts in providing the services for persons with Mental Retardation and enabling us to reach the dream of Jeevan. Jeevan expresses its since thanks to the people's representative, Government officials, non officials, friends and Media persons for their cooperation extended to Jeevan. With all these
activities, projects, achievements etc. Jeevan sole aim is to make the mentally challenged independent in their own community for better sustainability with quality of life.
Jeevan, Dhanbad - Site Visit Report
20 June 2008, Friday
Jeevan is an institute for mentally Disabled children founded by A. K. Singh Dhanbad ,Jeevan is Still 1992 . The institute has benefited and continues to benefit a large number of special children, Jeevan a started Community -Based Rehabilitation project catering to special children in a few village near B.C.C.L. is providing Electric, Water & Building in this nablers .
Jeevan Home - Based and Community - Based Rehabilitation are primarily for children who cannot attend the school at Dhanbad due to distance, capacity constraints and other factors. As part of their HBR and CBR programs, Jeevan trains social workers (called as community Resource Workers) at the institute who then go to different village to train special children and their parents to help the disabled become self sufficient. Jeevan has established an efficient system for CBR. In its current form,. Jeevan chooses a home of a disabled child as a temporary center in each village, and the CBR trains the disabled children who assemble three. Village Level Works (VLWs) are typically parents or family members of disabled children who are trained to help the children and assist with bringing the children over to the center and mobilizing village among other things.
Jeevan Institue at Dhanbad
After the village visits, we headed to the Jeevan Institute at Dhanbad which sits on a sprawling 3.5 acres of land. The institute runs a part residential school for about 270 disabled children currently, 50 of whom are boarders. Other services the institute offers include vocational training, small time employment, self - help, yoga, therapy, micro-credit, and so on. They also inform families about government schemes available to special children, and help them procure IDs and Train passes.
At the school, I was welcomed by some staff and children. Bala Baskar and a few other then took me around on a tour of the school. We started with the medical room - there was a doctor there when I want. He spends a few hours every day at the school and told me that he ends up attending to 2 - 3 children daily who need some kind of medical attention. All the classrooms are on the ground floor. The children are put in different classes based on their mental age which is determined by administering a series of tests and evaluations. Given their experience, Jeevan has formalized a lot of these processes and evaluations very well. I visited and spent time interacting
with the children and the teachers in all the classes. I asked some basic questions about shapes and colors, and had enthusiastic responses from many of them. The school has a large physiotherapy room, where I met parents of some of the children. They mentioned instances where their children had greatly benefited from physiotherapy and training. There were a couple of children who had not been able to move at all before but were now able to exercise some of theirlimbs.
After visiting classes ranging from pre-primary to high school level, I got a chance to see the vocational training sessions. I was given a demonstration of various stages of chalk making by bunch of students. Some of the other vocational course include tailoring, embroidery, knitting, candle-making, weaving and others. I did not see any of these in action but was shown finished products that were on display.
We then walked up a ramp (this is mandatory in a special school as per government norms)n to the first floor. On one end, there was a large hall which is used for large meetings and functions. It was around lunch time, and parents and others were there providing lunch to day-scholars. I was then shown the girls and boys hostels. The rooms and the bathrooms were pretty clean. There were beds and bunk-beds for all. The boys section was pretty big and I was told that there were a total of 40 - 50 children staying in the hostel.
We then headed to the office. I was shown a lot of photo albums of various functions and other activities after which we discussed the proposal and budget in detail. I have summarized my observations & suggestions below. I was getting late for my train to Dhanbad, and so I hurriedly bid my good -byes and left. I was accompanied to the train station by 5-6 staff members and we ended waiting there for more than an hour because the train was delayed.
• Jharia is the closest the Dhanbad and hence seems economically better off than the
• CBR seems to be an effective way to provide care for special children at the village level. There are both advantage (local awareness, village-level support & care, scalability, no capacity issues, etc.) and disadvantages (no exposure, no access to material and equipments) of CBR compared to bringing these children to school but overall I think it's a very good model.
Having a special child at home most often means that the mother has to sacrifice going to work and earning that extra income. This could be a real issue for poor families in
• villages. By having a center with staff that can take care of the child & provide education during the day would be an enormous relief for the parents.
• There were six, four(including one whom we met at his home) and three children in the three centers when I visited which means the centers are not functioning at full capacity right now.
• The CRWs seem to be well trained and are able to handle the children at ease. I think they are the widows, physically challenged, etc is a noble idea.
• The center has to function like a combination of day care center and a normal school with fixed timings, a timetable, etc. The parents and village should be explicitly told not be disturb the children during the day and emphasized to take the education seriously.
• It does not make sense (in terms of the cost per child) to have a center with fewer than 10 children or so. That is the reason I asked them to send a list of all special children in different village that they mean to cater to. But it looks like the list includes quite a few adults and a lot of adolescents. We should seek clarification about this from Jeevan.
• From the job descriptions of the various staff for this project, it will be a good idea to get a sense of the volume of work for each of them.
• We should have direct access all staff members working on this project (with permission from Jeevan, of course) so that we can get a good handle of the situation at the ground at all times.
• Given that a lot of training material is available at Jeevan, we should make sure there is a plan in place to bring the children over to the institute regularly for additional training and exposure.
• Training and providing awareness to the parents and village is an important aspect not to be ignored .
• Constant evaluation & assessment (and related documentation) has to be carried out regularly for all children coming to the centers.
JEEVAN (Regd.) DHANBAD
S. No. Name Occupation Address Tel No. Educational
Qualification Experience Remarks
GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS
Dr. G. K. Choudhary
C. M. O., Retarded
Bartard , Busatand
Near about 25 Years.
R. B Singh
Voice - President
Nutandih , Dhanbad
B. Sc. , Maining
As a Chairman I.M.P.A
A. K. Singh
Jeevan, Bastacolla, Dhansar, Dhanbad
M. A., D. M. R
As a Managing of NGO near about 22 Years
S. K. Singh
Jeevan, Bastacolla, Dhansar, Dhanbad
Exp. near about 20 Years
Ashok Kr. Sinha
Bera, Dhansar, Dhanbad
B. Sc. Maining
Binod Nagar, Dhanbad
Details of Office-Bearers / Managing Committee of the Organization
JEEVAN INSTITUTES FOR THE MENTALLY DISABLED
Category Wise List of Staff Members :
S. No. Deignation No. of Posts TOTAl
A SPECIAL SCHOOL
1 Principal 1
2 Special Educator 4
3 Trained Graduate Teacher 9
4 Assistant Teacher 7
5 Vocational Instructor 1
6 Dance Instructor 1
7 Yoga Instructor 1
8 Accountant / Clerk 1
9 Speech Therapist 1
10 Psychiatrist (Part time) 1
11 Physiotherapist (Part time) 1
12 Medical Doctor 1
13 Nurse 1
14 Warden 1
15 Cook 1
16 Sweeper / Peon / Helper / Watchman 5
17 Ayah 12 49
B. EARLY INTERVENTION
1 Project Supervisior 1
2 Special Teacher 3
3 Attender / Ayah 2
4 Physiotherapist 1
5 Speech Therapist 1
6 Doctor / Pediatrician (Part time) 1
7 Ayahs 2 11
C. VOCATIONAL TRAINING CENTER
1 Vocational Instructor 2
2 Vocational Councellor 1
3 Placement Officer 1
4 Office Assistant / Accountant 1
5 Sweeper 2
D. HOME BASED TRAINING
1 Itinerant Teacher 5 5
E. COMMUNITY BASED REHABILITATION (CBR)
1 Co-ordinator 1
2 Special Educators 2
3 Village Level Workers 2
4 Physiotherapist (Part time) 1
5 Speech Therapist (Part time) 1 7
F. SHELTERED WORKSHOP
1 Teacher 1
2 Trainees 10
3 D.Ed. Training Centre 3 13
GRAND TOTAL 93 Nos.
Regd. Under I.S.R. Act. 1860 No. 88/1996 (Bihar)
Regd. Under I.S.R. Act. 1860 No. 656/2007 (Jharkhand)
Bastacolla , Goushala More, Dhansar , Dhanbad
Jharkhand , Pin - 828106
Mob. No. - 9934352294
Ph : & Fax. No. 0326 - 2291537
E-mail :- email@example.com
www. :- https://www.jeevan.jhar.in
The environment of a family having a Child/Person with Disability (CWD/PWD) is different from that of the one having a normal one. Presence of a CWD necessitates special needs both for the child & family in the community.
A. K. Singh a is Motivated in relative M.R Child with mental retardation transformed his weaknesses into strengths thus emerged in to alight of hope for several such special children in the way of JEEVAN. It started in an informal way in 1992 and later formally registered on 10/July/1996 (Regd. No. 88/96) with a base in the rural part of Dhanbad Area, Coastal part of Jharkhand. Initially the services were started with 7 children with teachers in a small rented accommodation. A. K. Singh after working for 22 years in the Govt. of Bihar, Jharkhand, left his bright carrier for the development of Jeevan in serving more and more needy children.
The Quality of Life of every child with mental retardation is Equal to other people in the community they live and to live independently to the maximum extent possible in the given environment by transforming their ' disability into working ability.
By providing professional services continuously for empowering the CWD (Children With Disability) & PWD (Persons With disability) to access the state-of-the-art rehabilitation intervention viz., educational, therapeutic, vocational, employment, leisure and social sports & cultural programs with an aim of achieving better sustainability with qualify of life and thus leading for their independent living in the community itself.
VOICE CHANNEL OF JEEVAN
It is essential to community with the people starting from the policy makers, professionals, parents & finally the community about "what we are doing" with transparency. Tuning to the needs Jeevan is publishing "Jeevan" a quarterly News Letter since December 2003.
It covers all the relevant information and the updates of Jeevan from time to time tuning to the dynamics of the services sector.
Jeevan is working with specific objectives such as :
1. To establish, maintain and regulate the affairs of the Institution for the health care, protection & rehabilitation of the Socially, Physically and Mentally challenged children etc.
2. To promote literacy, educational, scientific and cultural activities by establishing, maintaining and regulating different institutions like technical, medical, para-medical, academic, research and such other institutions.
3. To organize seminars, workshops and camps.
4. To establish school/collages/technical institutions and welfare centers for the needy people.
5. To arrange homes for the PLWHAs (People Living With HIV/AIDS) and old aged persons.
6. All other objectives of the society are non-political and non-tribalistic.
Jeevan has been developed and recognized as one of the leading Training Cum rehabilitation Centers with the provision of serving the needy children starting from the
stage of identification to empowerment / employment with better sustainability & quality in the community.
• SERVICES INCLUDE :
o Creating Awareness for Prevention, Identification and Assessment of persons with disabilities
o Early Intervention
o Special Schooling
o Therapeutic Services - Speech, Yoga, Physio, Dance etc.
o Integrated Education
o Vocational Training
o Sheltered Workshop
o D.Ed.SE (MR) Training
• SERVICE CHANNELS :
o Institutional Based Rehabilitation (IBR)
o Home Based Rehabilitation (HBR)
o Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR)
In support of the services the Project under the roof of Jeevan are :
1. Early Intervention Center
2. Special School for M.R
3. vocational Training Center
4. Residentential / Respite Care Center
5. Samarth CBS
6. Training & Research Center
7. Caregivers Training Center
8. Sheltered Workshop
9. Community Based Rehabilitation Center
10. Information Center
11. Study Center - RCI : Awareness cum Training Program D.Ed.SE(MR)
12. Quality & Inclusive Education - Save the Children
At present Jeevan is providing needy services to 550 children with the support of 95 staff members, with matching resources including around 18,000 sqft. building in the campus of 4 1/2 acre of land.
1. Mainstreamed 5 children into Normal School
2. Vikram Goeshwami passed to class 8 and doing Akupancher Treatment.vikram goeshwami is a case of C. P. child.
3. Aman Ranjan he is case of Autistic child. At present he read in general school class 8.
4. Amit Abhirajan he is a case of Multiple Disabilities and to passed Matriculate in Bihar Board of Examination.
5. Sudheer Pandit he is a case of Mild Mental Retardation and at present doing cloths hookring.
6. Ravi Kumar he is a case of Mild Mental Retardation and at present he is appering class 10th Examination through NIOS.
OPNIONS OF DISTINGUISHED PERSONS ABOUT OUR WORK
1. Jeevan is dong a great Social Welfare works.
Nitine Kulkarni D. C., Dhanbad.
2. I am happy to learn that Jeevan is working for the empowerment of the disabled persons. I wish the Jeevan all success in its endeavor.
N. P. Singh,D. R. D. A., Director, Dhanbad
3. A. K. Singh is doing a marvelous job in a rural area, serving the truly needy people. I wish Jeevan the one of the big stirdes forward and good fortune to every one concern.
D. W. O., Dhanbad
4. I am immensely happy to learn that Jeevan Institute is working for the welfare of mentally challenged. The work of the Institution is commendable.
D. P., B. C. C. L., Dhanbad
B. C. C. L., Dhanbad
Tuning to the needs and dynamics of the service sector, Jeevan is looking forward for the integration of services as a Broad Band to work for the real Rural Development by establishing ..
1. Sheltered Workshop
2. Educational Institutions
3. Old Age homes
4. Any other services on 'need based' contributing for the real rural development
Registered in : 10th July 1996
Registered as : Society
Registration No. : 88/1996
Founder : A. K. Singh
Present Leader : A. K. Singh
Tax Exemptions : : 12A & 80G
F.C.R.A. : Reg. No. :- 337690011 , Date :- 30/10/2011-12,
A. K. Singh (Secretary), Add :- Bastacolla , Goushala More, Dhansar ,
Dhanbad, Jharkhand , Pin :- 828106,
Mob. No. 9934352294
Ph. & Fax. No. 0326 - 2291537
E-mail :- firstname.lastname@example.org
www. :- https://www.jeevan.jhar.in