ज़रूरी सूचना ! गरीब व कमज़ोर वर्ग के लिए फ्री शिक्षा का अधिकार ।

गरीब व कमज़ोर वर्ग के लिए फ्री शिक्षा का अधिकार ।

आप भी अपने बच्चे का ऐडमिशन फ्री में करवाएं। नीचे दिए गए लिंक पर जा कर आवश्यक सूचना दे। और अपने बच्चे का भविष्य सुधारे।

✔ शिक्षा का अधिकार अधिनियम कानून – 2009 के अनुछेद 12(1)(c) के अंतर्गत 3 से 7 साल की उम्र के हरेक बच्चे को मुफ्त और अनिवार्य शिक्षा का अधिकार है।

✔ निजी स्कूल जैसे (DAV, DPS, OXFORD व गुरुनानक आदि स्कूल ) में न्यूनतम 25 प्रतिशत बच्चों को बिना किसी शुल्क के नामांकित करने का प्रावधान है।

ज़रूरी कागज़ात।
1 – बच्चे का जन्म प्रमाणपत्र।
2 – आवासीय प्रमाणपत्र।
3 – जाति या income सर्टिफ़िकेट


The idea of the just society: A retrospective of Indian Rights and Freedom.

While we work for society and we look for the transformation in the society a question emerges that what do we want from society. How do we want to see our society? To understand the concept of just society or ideal society. Association for Parivartan of Nation conducted a workshop on 5th January 2019 at Hotel Sartaj, Ranchi.

Aim and objectives: To discuss the concept of Just society and what rights and responsibilities an individual hold in society. The concept of freedom and issues like human trafficking which are the barriers to a just society. As per John Stuart Mill “Allowing individuals to live their lives as long as they didn’t infringe on the rights to others, to the idea that the resources of society should be distributed to all, including those most deserving first.”

Taking note from there we had a panel discussion on the idea of the just society was to know what is really meant by the term and also does it really exist? And what all constitutes a just society. During the meeting, Mr. Hassan Al Banna quotes that “when we look at the condition of distribution of resources in Jharkhand we notice that most of these are not used by the people of the state” that is why we should have to start campaigns on these issues and create awareness among the tribal. Sneha Shah Deo talked about Human Trafficking in the state of Jharkhand and discuss the various concerns and consequences related to it. The discussion revolved around how this inhuman activity prevails within the society and how sometimes families are responsible too. Sneha quoted “According to the National Crime Record Bureau, among the various purposes of human trafficking, trafficking for forced labour is the most prevalent, followed by prostitution (NCRB 2016).” The statistics are shocking and it’s difficult to imagine things girls have to go through. The team discussed various steps that can be taken to stop the trafficking and what roles different stakeholders can play.


Inclusive Digitization: Digital Education at Rural Areas.

We live in a world of rapid Digitalisation. This phenomenon dictates almost every aspect of our lives. Thirty-four per cent of the Indian population uses digital platforms and has the second highest number of users in the world and yet there are rural regions of India where the technology hasn’t reached just yet. To make our country progress there is a need to create digital awareness at all levels.

To understand what the key difficulties and issues in the area of Digitalization of rural areas Association for Parivartan of Nation are organized Colloquium on “Digital Education at Rural Areas: Key Issues, Challenges and Opportunities” on 15th January 2019.

Date of the Program: – 15th January 2019

Event Venue: – Noble School for education and development, Banha, Hazaribagh

Topic for Colloquium: – Digital Education at Rural Areas: Key Issues, Challenges and Opportunities

Total Participation: – 78

The event took place at Active Mind Institute, Banha, Hazaribagh and was attended by teachers and students of different villages around the area.

The event majorly focused on, Introduction of Digital Education System by Br. Ehtesham- Student from Birla Institute of Technology wherein he focused on how there is a need to adopt different education models in rural areas which are technologically driven and leads to the holistic development of students.

To further extend the event we had a Panel discussion which was coordinated by Hasan Al Banna, President of Association for Parivartan of Nation and Md Raihan, Noble School for education and development, Raonaque Afroz, Sujit Kumar, Abhishek Kumar Singh and Md Faizan as speakers. The panel discussion leads to a discussion on the key issues which comes in the way of implementation and also discussed on how changing times has to be inclusive and ho digital age has to be incorporated into our education system especially at the rural areas. 

Impact created:

  • The event was a success as it enriched everyone at the event with some of the most important elements regarding Digital education system.
  • Different stakeholders such as teachers, students and speakers presented different perspectives to the discussion.
  • Extensive discussion on current situations and key problems in the implementation of the digital education system such as lack of digital literacy.
  • Evaluation of different issues and dialogue on prospective solutions.

Anti- Human Trafficking Campaign

Human trafficking is the illegal trade in human beings for the purposes of reproductive slavery, commercial sexual exploitation. The trafficker removes the fundamental human rights of the person: the opportunity to move, to pick, to control her body and mind, and to control her future. The main cause of such heinous crimes usually grow from within the family and society and it’s important to curb it from the roots, therefore, the Association for PARIVARTAN of nation in the state of Jharkhand runs the awareness campaign to improve the state of Human trafficking and how the society should not indulge in the activities. Bringing change in the mindset of people and empowering the women of the state is our key to this issue. We educate girls of very small age about this issue, we educate boys to not to promote such activities and by helping them shape the future and coming generations in a way that there is not even a single case of trafficking.


Marriage without barrier.

I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it,” said
Voltaire. 5.8% of Indian marriages were inter-caste, according to Census 2011, a rate unchanged over 40 years. The data clearly depicts how Inter-caste marriages are still a taboo in India and there is an urgent need for a paradigm shift in such cultures.

Association for PARIVARTAN of the nation believes that there should be only one parameter for marriage which is love and consent of two people. We believe in the fundamental premise that the human individual is of primary importance in the struggle for liberation and freedom choice is of utmost importance in it. The societal norms should not be criteria and for the same, the organization is running a campaign in Banha village, Jharkhand to spread the word on how dignity and consent are essential to dignified marriage life.