Jeevan Jyoti ( A school for Special children ) is a charitable project of Rotary Club of Dhanbad and a special school for the physically & mentally challenged children. It has been serving since long as a school for special children managed by Jeevan Jyoti Sansthan.
I want to add more information about JeevanJyoti Dhanbad, Jeevan Jyoti Sansthan and Rotary Club Dhanbad. If you know more about these organization, please let me know. I will add here.
I can not stop myself writing about “Sansar Parivaar” which is growing rapidly in Dhanbad district and its near by regions. This organization has been doing great work for society. We can not say that it is an NGO, because they work from their pocket money. After seeing their work, you can say that “Sansar Parivaar” is an Angel who has been sent by the GOD to help poors and helpless people. I have seen their work in Facebook first time. You can also check by typing “Sansar Parivaar Dhanbad” in Google and also go to their Facebook Page. I am listing the small history of this organization.
Sansar Parivaar Dhanbad– 2010, Registered in 2017 an started by Mr. Major Singh with the help of his friends. The organization has been doing great work for the society. You can check out all Photo and Videos in Facebook Page. I am giving a link of Mr. Major Singh has given interview on National Today Live Dhanbad.
Education – 10th from Kendua DAV and Intermediate from P K Roy
Helping the needy people has long been in the mind. Especially for helpless children, women and the elderly, they always do whatever is possible. From the year 2010, started the work of social service with the help of two four friends. Any poor family used to help themselves with economic, physical and other helplessness. He has registered his organization in 2017 and after that many peoples joined the NGO and doing social work in different part of the Dhanbad district. They say, if each person save one rupee per day for the society, we can do many social work from this fund.
Major Singh says that neither is he a desire for any award nor he has any kind of selfishness.He has to serve the people with selflessness.People say Thank You, they are the greatest respect.
I am looking for more information and their work and trying to contact the organization. I will update soon.
Nirmala General and Leprosy Hospital is the such great service place which I have seen first time in my life. I had visited the hospital to admit one unknown patient. I have seen such place where I came to know that what is real life where we dedicate ourselves towards God’s service.
I had admitted one unknown patient. His treatment can be possible there at very low cost. I personally would like to thank the whole Damien society who has started such organization. This is fully the God’s service.
Damien Social Welfare Centre(DSWC) is the great institutions for leprosy care services in the Jharkhand state named Nirmala Referral Hospital For Leprosy. Damien society has started working for leprosy activities in 1964.
I personally visited the place. I will the tell you the short story which I faced. I found one unknown person in Randhir Verma Chowk. He was telling his name ‘Ganesh’. He was looking so dirty and his leg has big wound affected with worms. Check out the full story here.
I contacted Father Vipin(Damien Society) at the Damien Office at Bekarbandh opposite to Shankar Nursing Home. The Nirmala Leprosy Hospital has taken admission and started treatment at very low cost. I personally want to thank Father Vipin and their society.
Well, this society has been working good for leprosy and general patient. They are providing treatments at very low cost. I have seen two project named Nirmala Leprosy Hospital Dhanbad and Nirmala School.
Surgery for leprosy patients
Ulcers & complications
Monitoring of POD programme.
Provide footwear and other needy appliances to persons with disability.
Activities on awareness on leprosy.
Damien Social Welfare Centre Dhanbad Office
Address: Gandhi Bhawan, Polytechnic Road, Dhanbad, Jharkhand 826001, India
Phone: +91 326 231 3051. Contact the organization.