1.Kanyadan Yojna : Kanyadan is so ambitious plan that makes the poor parents free from the marriage tension of their daughters.We make survey of zero to thirteen year old girls that belongs to the poor and very poor families.We make appeal to all people to donate more and more donation to help in marriage for the surveyed girls.We arrange SAMUHIK VIVAH SAMMELAN for all category girls.
Alarm bells started ringing when the Census 2001 data was released. It revealed a drastic fall in the sex ratio, especially the child sex ratio. Whereas the overall sex ratio dropped from 934 to 920 per 1000 males, the child sex ratio fell shockingly from 928 to 883 in Gujarat. Mehsana, which is one of the most prosperous districts of the state, had the lowest child sex ratio of 798. This came as a rude shock for one of the most developed states of India.
§ Effective enforcement of the Pre Natal Diagnostic Technique Act, popularly known as PNDT Act
§ Launch of an intensive awareness campaign called “Beti Bachao Abhiyan” (Save the Daughter Campaign) to change mindsets of community towards the girl child
Equal access to education for women and girls will be ensured. Special measures will be taken to eliminate discrimination, universalize education, eradicate illiteracy, create a gender-sensitive educational system, increase enrolment and retention rates of girls and improve the quality of education to facilitate life-long learning as well as development of occupation/vocation/technical skills by women. Reducing the gender gap in secondary and higher education would be a focus area. Sectoral time targets in existing policies will be achieved, with a special focus on girls and women, particularly those belonging to weaker sections including the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes/Other Backward Classes/Minorities. Gender sensitive curricula would be developed at all levels of educational system in order to address sex stereotyping as one of the causes of gender discrimination.
In recognition of the diversity of women’s situations and in acknowledgement of the needs of specially disadvantaged groups, measures and programmes will be undertaken to provide them with special assistance. These groups include women in extreme poverty, destitute women, women in conflict situations, women affected by natural calamities, women in less developed regions, the disabled widows, elderly women, single women in difficult circumstances, women heading households, those displaced from employment, migrants, women who are victims of marital violence, deserted women and prostitutes etc.
2.Uchch Siksha Yojna :We are committed not to avoid the children to get higher education,so we are on the path for the poor children’s higher education.we collect donation for the poor children’s education and we expense the same.
3.Samuhik Vivah Sammelan Yojna
4.Scholarship scheme for handicapped girls
5.Training Centers for Girls & women:We have many training centers for the girls and women to empowerment them for their employment in the field of sewing,embraydary,achar papad making,beauty parlour,etc.at present 3 centres in Morena , 2 centres in Agra 1 in Gwalior.
6.Pran Card(NPS Lite)Swavlamban