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Annual Report 2017-18 : know what we have achieved during the year
About Janakalyan
Janakalyan is a society registered under Karnataka Societies Registration Act, 1960 on 2 nd July 1997 at Raichur with
a team of dedicated rural people to serve the rural communities.
Vision of Janakalyan: Creation of an enabling healthy environment where all individual has equal access to and
control over the Social, Cultural, Educational and Political institutions with an economically secured livelihood
Mission of Janakalyan: Janakalyan exists to empower four holy mothers so that an economically secured healthy
atmosphere is developed where all individual identity has their deserved status through institution building by 2020
Goal of Janakalyan: To serve four holy mothers viz. Manavimata (woman), Bhoomata (soil), Gomata (animals)
and Gangamata (water)
Objectives of Janakalyan:
1. To implement developmental programs for child, woman & weaker sections.
2. To implement programs for socio-economic status improvement of the communities.
3. To implement programs for disabled, handicapped & street children.
4. To develop & demonstrate new technologies, suitable for rural population in all the related fields and
motivating the people to adopt it.
5. To implement programs for healthy environment development.
6. To implement poverty alleviation programs.
7. To open and manage nursery, primary, middle and High Schools and also colleges of various disciplines
including UG and PG courses in the field of medical, engineering, computer sciences, agriculture, social works
and also in other disciplines, as may be found necessary from time to time.
8. To run technical colleges such as DEd, BEd, ITI, Diploma, Engineering, Medical, Ayurvedic, etc.
9. To run any kind of educational institutions for children, women and farmers of the country including KVK,
10. To conduct teachers training courses
11. To open and manage reading rooms, Libraries with all kinds of facilities.
12. To run adult education programs for the rural illiterate.
13. To conduct skill up-gradation & vocational training programs for unemployed youths, women and farmers.
14. In fulfillment of the objectives, it may seek any kind of assistance from various sources and take up any other
activities as found necessary by the Governing Board.
15. It may borrow the loans from various Government and Non-Govt. Organization.
16. Publication of Journals, Magazines and Souvenir etc. in the public interest.

Our Services to the Mankind

Over the period, Janakalyan has evolved its own developmental models suitable for its clients, which are now the
unique products of Janakalyan; thus Janakalyan has confined all its activities to these products (7Es)-
E1- Empowerment: Jan Sanghatan: to bring community together on a common platform to resolve issues
E2- Employment: Jan Krishi: to improve the livelihoods of farmers by making agriculture profit-making
E3- Environment: Jan Jal: to make judicious use of water for irrigation using water efficient technologies
E4- Education: Jan Shiksha: to decentralize education in rural India using innovative tools of Janakalyan
E5- Entrepreneurship: Jan Udyog: to create job-creators and not job-seekers
E6- Energy: Jan Shakti: to harness renewable sources of energy to check global warming & climate change.
E7- Ensuring health: Jan Raksha: to protect health of all living beings using affordable tools

Our Values & Beliefs

 India lives in its villages and therefore Janakalyan dedicated itself for uplifting rural communities. Janakalyan
understand that there are issues in urban slums also, but it restricted itself working for the rural communities
only to reduce the gap between urbanized India and rural Bharat
 Janakalyan believes in empowerment and sustainability strategies and all its programs are designed with these
core principles through institution building.
 Accountability and transparency are core values of Janakalyan and maintained at all levels to its highest degree.
 Janakalyan never considers itself an alternative to Government but a watchdog for the community. It does
believe itself as an assisting agency for the Government in developing the nation and its citizens.

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Annual Report
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Sectors Particulars Page No.
Vision, Mission, About Janakalyan 1
Goal, Objectives
Contents 2

From Director’s Desk 3

Bird’s Eye View of the beneficiaries reached in last 5 years 4

21st year a glance: 2017-18 5

Empowerment Jan Sanghatan 6

Employment Jan Krishi 7

Environment Jan Jal 8

Education Jan Shiksha 9

Entrepreneurship Jan Udyog 10

Energy Jan Shakti 11

Ensuring Health Jan Raksha 12

Impacts Assessment Impacts on primary target group of Janakalyan – the refugees 13

Ideas in Incubation Journey ahead to Janakalyan – support sought from donor communities 15

Documentation Major Reports brought out by Janakalyan during 2017-18 16

Transparency Compliance to Credibility Alliance Norms 17

Financial Statements Audited Financial Statements of Janakalyan at the end of 31.3.2018 19

Look Back Footsteps of Janakalyan 20

Stakeholders Management Team, Donors, Bank, Auditor and Contacts 23

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From Director’s Desk
22 years ago, on 2nd July 1997, Janakalyan took birth to address the peculiar
issues of rehabilitated Bengali communities of Sindhanur Rehabilitation
Project. The situation then and the situation now have huge changes.
Though, there are other forces, which have acted upon to bring these
changes, but one cannot deny the positive role of Janakalyan in making
these forces to act.

Well, that was beginning of the journey and now we are somewhere
midway to reach our goal. However, we did not confine ourselves with
these rehabilitated communities but served the rural communities of
Raichur, Koppal, Dharwad, Gadag and Ballari with our innovative
initiatives. Therefore, Janakalyan has various proven models on
handsfor farmers, women and youths.

It gives me immense pleasure to share the 21 st Annual Report of Janakalyan

with you on the eve of 22nd foundation day of Janakalyan. I feel proud to
share an incident with you all about a girl who is a nurse today. One
fine day she came to Janakalyan office with a request to provide her a
study certificate. I was surprised that how can Janakalyan give study
certificate. She explained that she had studied in our Child Labor School and then completed her nursing
course and got selected as a nurse in government institution. Therefore, she needs a study certificate from
our Child Labor School. I had to search the old records of 2001-02 and found Malamma D/o Tirukappa
from Diddigi village has studied in our Swami Vivekananda Child Labor Special School and was
mainstreamed in 2002-03. Can one imagine she is a government nurse today? Similar is the case with
Anjana Mondal of R H Colony No.2, who is a drawing teacher now. This is what the impacts of our

There are many such impacts of our interventions on our target communities; major among these are
listed below-
 Sindhanur Rehabilitation Project was not known by very neighboring villagers; today whole
Karnataka as well as Union Government agencies/ departments are aware about its issues.
Resources in terms of government projects/ schemes are reaching these beneficiaries now. The
communities are also brought under a national umbrella; impacts of Jan Sanghatan program.
 Women have a fallback position in the family as they control resources through self help groups;
impacts of Jan Sanghatan interventions.
 Milk has become the alternative income option to most of the farmers; impact of Jan Raksha program
 Farm fresh vegetables are available in each colony as daily income sources for the farmers; impacts
of Jan Krishi program.
 Educated youths are employed in private sectors with gainful employment; impacts of Jan Shiksha.
 Uneducated youths are in unorganized sectors with happy living; impacts of Jan Udyog program.
 Farmers have gainful income from multiple sources of income from same piece of land; impacts of
Jan Jal interventions of Janakalyan.
 Sindhanur rehabilitation project has best ever connectivity with outside world. They are living
happily today.

The credit goes to our stakeholders including the resource providers and therefore, Janakalyan team as
well as its target communities shall remain indebted to you all forever……..

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2nd July 2018 Prasen Raptan
Shantinagar Executive Director
Bird’s eye view of beneficiaries reached out by in immediate 5 years

Programs Indicators of various activities carried out

2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
7Es by Janakalyan
Nai Roshni - Leadership development of 125 250 375 175
minority women women women women women
Mass meeting and rallies conducted for 111
79 event 55 event 35 event 2 event
refugee issues with more than 100 people event
Jan Sanghatan Department-community interface with
11 event 6 event 5 event 1 event 1 event
Empowerment various line departments to resolve field issues
Leprosy Empowerment from 4 colonies of 300 300 0
- -
Raichur, Gadag, Hospet & Ballari persons persons persons
Right based fight for constitutional benefits 25000 25000 25000 25000 25000
due to the refugees of India persons persons persons persons persons
Jan Krishi More Crop Per Drop – a model for tail end 10 15 15 2 10
Employment farmers of irrigation project families family family families families
Jan Jal Water Banks - stop farmers’ suicides through 45 50 35 5 175
Environment water harvesting for irrigation families family family families families
Reach the Unreached – support poor students 75 77 99 99 32
to complete primary education (education kit) students student student students students
Jan Shiksha Beti Bachao Beti Padao – Ensure post-metric 14 16 19 28 1
Education education to stop child marriage / labor students student student students student
Maa Sarada PU College – Decentralization of 94 46 62 49 79
education system in rural India (scholarship) students students students students students
Climate Change - improved cook stoves / 0 0
Jan Shakti 09 60 30
energy efficient implements to reduce burden
Energy family family family family family
on ecology
Rural Skill Improvement – effective & 38 13 14 20 20
productive utilization of rural skills families family family families families
Leprosy affected beggars livelihood 27 73 500 50 0
Jan Udyog improvement through enterprise creation persons persons persons persons persons
Entrepreneurs MGNREGS - Wage Earners (WE) groups 6500
hip - - - -
promoted & provided with wages persons
Number of Scheduled Tribes supported with 3
sheep to improve their livelihood under Tribal - - - -
Sub Plan
Jan Raksha 47 29
Swacch Bharat Mission - practicing hygienic 72 20 22
behavior after construction toilets (hygiene kit) family family family family family
Direct Beneficiaries reached by our interventions 31974 25612 26446 26011 25524
Operating expenditures 11128124 7216351 7277859
4430579 2091951
Cost per Direct Beneficiary 348 282 275 170 82
Indirect Beneficiaries impacted by the interventions 20000000 20000000 10000000 10000000 5000000
Number of Staff 12 8 5 5 3
Highest Salary (Rs. p.a.) 271596 271596 271596 271596 271596
Lowest Salary (Rs. p.a.) 52188 52188 57666 57666 52188

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21st Year at a Glance : 2017-18

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UAS Raichur team visited Janakalyan and its field to evaluate the capability to implement CABES
01.04.2017 :
(Digital Krishi) Project of Government of India; one of the best 3 proposals is ours
13.04.2017 : Jugo Sankha daily newspaper published an article about our efforts on Bengali language
: Valedictory Program of Nai Roshni at Siyatalab with Dr. Bagadi Gautam, IAS, DC Raichur as Chief
: Karnataka Cabinet approved SC status to Namasudra caste and recommended to Government
of India for inclusion in SC list
10.08.2017 : Proposal submitted to Karnataka State Rural Livelihood Mission for Gadag district
18.08.2017 : Meeting with Sri Karadi Sanganna, MP about SC certificate issue and next course of action
: Meeting with MP Sri Karadi Sanganna at Vidhana Soudha who in turn tried to meet CS Sri
Subhash Chandra Kuntia, IAS and Sri Laxminarayan, Principal Secretary, Social Welfare for SC
certificate issue.
Meeting with Sri Amlan Biswas, IAS about SC certificate, Bengali teacher and Land issue. He
instructed Sri Ajay Seth, IAS, ACS, Education Dept and Smt Divya, AC Lingasugur for land survey
: Meeting with Sri Ajay Seth, IAS, ACS, Education Dept about Bengali teacher recruitment. He
immediately initiated process for appointment of guest teachers and also permanent teacher.
Government of India, Ministry of Social Justice has turned down the SC recognition proposal to
GoK as the proposal was not submitted in prescribed format
01.09.2017 : Meeting with AC Smt Divya IAS about land rights, ashray plot and voter ID card.
02.10.2017 : The new guest teachers from West Bengal joined all 11 schools to teach Bengali as 2 nd language
15.10.2018 : 21st AGM at Janakalyan
27.10.2017 : Meeting with DC Dr Bagadi Gautam, IAS about Nai Roshni proposal for 2017-20
07.10.2017 : Dr Ambedkar Research Institute team visited the colonies about socio-anthropological study
: Gulbarga – meeting with advocate Mahantagouda about road eviction issue
Education Commissioner Office for Bengali teacher issue
24.11.2017 : Meeting with Mrs Fatima, Director, CPI office Gulbarga about Bengali teacher issue
: Meeting with AC Mrs Divya, IAS at Sindhanur for road eviction; she asked Tahasildar to visit
tomorrow and do the needful.
29.11.2017 : Subscription model of donation through
: Submitted relevant documents to Dr B R Ambedkar Research Institute regarding the SC
certificate issue of Bengali communities
05.12.2017 : Meeting with Sri Ajay Seth, IAS, ACS and requested to help us for Bengali teacher issue.
: Public meeting with Smt Purandareshwari, former Union Minister about citizenship, caste
certificate, skill development, Ujjwala scheme, Drinking water, etc.
10.01.2018 : Discussion with Principal Secretary, School Education, West Bengal regarding Bengali text books
19.01.2018 : NCLP student Anjana Mondal of R H Colony No.2 got recruited as Government Teacher
11.02.2018 : Meeting with DDPU and collected Maa Sarada College renewal documents
12.02.2018 : Submitted Maa Sarada PU College renewal document to PU Dept Bangalore
20.02.2018 : Instamojo PG integration for Janakalyan
: Meeting with Sri Aditya Singh, Under Secretary, Nai Roshni about release of 2 nd & 3rd
installments of grants
07.03.2018 : Submitted hard copies of the files to Mrs Bharti Raj for 2 nd and 3rd installment of pending grants
21.03.2018 : Proposal to Center for NGO Portfolio Management, Kolkata

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Jan Sanghatan

E mpowerment – Government of India initiative to empower minority women of the

Economic Empowerment through Leadership Development

Janakalyan has been empanelled by Government of India to Year Batch Women Blocks
implement the Nai Roshni Program in Raichur district for 2017- 2013-14 5 125 Raichur
20 period based on its best performance and track record in past 2015-16 10 250 Raichur &
(2013-14 onward). Further, sanctioned 7 batches of training to 2016-17 15 375 Raichur, Manvi
train 175 minority women during 2017-18 vide its sanction order 2017-18 7 175 Raichur District
No.LD-11017/189/2018-Leadership dated 24-03-2018. In Total 37 925 Raichur District
addition, value addition to the program during the year was
economic empowerment of selected trained women. However, due to the sanction in the fag-end of the
year, Janakalyan could not implement the program during the current financial year but all necessary
preparations are completed.

support: As per
the norm of the
Nai Roshni
monthly hand
meeting was
organized for
all the 15 batches of women trained in 2016-17. Several issues came up in each of the 12 meetings
conducted for every batch of trained women, which are addressed in appropriate manner.

Impacts: It is seen during the handholding meeting that many of the trained women have gained lots of
skills, especially in terms accessing the government schemes and interacting with the government

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Jan Krishi
Employment – doubling farmers income through multi-tier cropping
Chain completion approach with diversified cropping pattern

Land fragmentation combined with lack of irrigation has reduced productivity to any extent. Doubling the
income from same piece of land is the only way towards survival of farming communities. Janakalyan has
such a tested model and is proved replicable in 2 different contexts. The model is introduced way back in
2001 with the support of Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and experimented with the financial support of Hivos,
NABARD and such other donors with following farmers.
2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15
Financial Years Total
Sir Dorabji Tata Trust Hivos, The Netherlands NABARD
Water Bank Created 6 9 5 21 10 5 5 5 66

Chain Completion: Agriculture, can become sustainable and profit-making, if and only if, the output of
one intervention becomes inputs for the other. Janakalyan has evolved a proven model with chain
completion approach as under-
The Complete Recycling Model to Bring Self-sufficiency among Bengali-refugees



Fish in Drinking Water Dung Biogas Plant
M ilk


Food & Fuel & Light



Chemical-free crops
Food Healthy Vermicompost
Crop wastes

Nutrients Manure
Healthy Soil

 Our proven model is wo/man centric

 Intervention begins with excavation of a water bank; where the excess water during rainy season is
harvested for future use for irrigation and animals.
 Fish is cultivated in the water bank, which is food for wo/man; it also provides drinking water
 Animals are purchased with the financial support from SHG promoted among these woman
 Cow gets water from water bank, provides cow dung to biogas plant and milk to wo/man
 Biogas slurry is used as input for vermicompost and the energy is used or lighting and cooking
 Decomposed cow dung is used as manure for soil health improvement, which in turn creates healthy
environment for wo/man
 Healthy soil provides chemical-free crops to animals, organic food to wo/man and crop-wastes to
biogas plant and thus the cycle completes

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Jan Jal

E nvironment – ‘Water Bank’ ensures food security to nation; nation shall secure the
More Crop Per Drop

Like rural godowns, water bank concept needs to promoted by government is our argument since 2
decades; rural godowns are to arrest loss of food grains, similarly water banks are to arrest runoff in the
farm to ensure critical irrigation in peak season. Give2Asia (DF Fund) support was sought to prove this
model and following farmers have taken the pain of experimenting it before declaring this as a proven
model for tail end farmers of any irrigation project in India.
Financial Years 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 Total
Water Bank Created 10 27 8 45 50 35 175

Pension: While working with farmers for decades, Janakalyan has realized that like government
employees, the farmers must also be eligible for PENSION after attaining the age of 60. A farmer,
throughout his/her life, work like a gambler to ensure food security to the nation. The loss or profit is his
own. Given him assured source of irrigation, he can assure food security, is what Janakalyan learnt in
these decades of experiments. Therefore, we now advocate for a fixed pension to each such farmer, who
has dedicated his/her life in farming to ensure food security at his/her own risk. The modalities could be
worked out but the pension should be fixed by the government soon.
Jan Shiksha

E ducation – Small donations matters a lot – made education possible

Beti Bachao Beti Padao, supporting the intervention since 2010 to meet the critical gaps in education through online
Education Services2010- 2011- 2012- 2013-14 2014- 2015- 2016-17 2017-18 Total
11 12 13 15 16
Education Kit 66 20 102 75 77 99 99 32 570
Scholarship @ Rs.2000 4 3 9 14 16 19 28 1 94

fundraising support for the following activities. Hundreds of students/children are now in schools, who
otherwise would have been the victims of child marriage/labor. It is the individuals of this nation who
contributes very small amount through which, transfers to the needy and
deserving children at critical time. The facilities provided are-
1) Education kit (Reaching the Unreached): Many students drop out as their parents cannot provide
those items which are not provided by Government in the schools. Janakalyan identifies such
potential victims of drop out and support them with an education kit containing a school bag, note
books, pen, pencils, sharpener, water bottle, geometry box, scale, etc. which are essential items but
not provided by any other agencies.
2) Scholarship (Beti Bachao Beti Padao): The students passing out from schools (10 th standard) are
potential victims of child marriage/labor. We identify such children and provide one-time support of
Rs.2000 to get admission in 11th standard for post metric education.
3) Stipend (Beti Bachao Beti Padao): Those who continue their post metric education, we provide
them a monthly support of Rs.400 towards meeting the education expenses.
Many of these children are perusing their graduation and other professional courses today; however, still
there is a long way to go to bring all such children under the umbrella of post metric education.

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Jan Udyog

E ntrepreneurship – create job creators and not job seekers

Rural Skill Improvement

Financial Years 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013- 2014- 2015-16 2016- 2017- Total
11 12 13 14 15 17 18
Artisan supported 6 4 25 38 13 14 20 20 140
One of the major problems in India is unemployment, especially in rural India for unskilled and
semiskilled youths. Janakalyan has taken up an intervention to create job creators and not job seekers with
NABARD support in 2001 to make these youths employable. We identify unskilled and semiskilled rural
artisans and support them with appropriate training and tool kits (with support) so that they
can make use of their raw skills to generate livelihood opportunities for themselves as well as others.
Individuals supporting through online platform made the wonders of helping 140 families
since 2010-11 and all of them are self sustainable today. They are earning for their livelihoods.

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Jan Shakti

E nergy – Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana to mitigate climate change & global warming
Climate Change & Global Warming

Sindhanur Rehabilitation Project has been taken up as SAGY (Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana) by local
Member of Parliament. An integrated village development plan is prepared for holistic development of
this project with government and private partnership. Janakalyan took the pioneering role in preparing the
perspective plan.

Global warming is an alarming phenomenon today directly affecting all of us; it is thus the responsibility
of all of us to mitigate it to the extent possible. Though, Janakalyan does not have any funding support to
run a program on it, but still advocating the climate change mitigating methods to its target communities.
As part of Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana, Janakalyan convince MP Sri Karadi Sanganna to take up solar
street light as the 1 st intervention. Accordingly, 100 solar street lights have been put with the MPLADS of
Sri Karadi Sanganna in 6 villages of Sindhanur Rural Gram Panchayat.
Jan Raksha

E nsuring health – Ensure usage of toilet at par with construction in rural India
Swacch Bharat Abhiyan

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a national flagship program but Janakalyan is promoting the same since 2005.
Community Led Total Sanitation(CLTS), Nirmal Gram Puraskar (NGP), Total Sanitation Program (TSP),
Sanitary Park (SP), Open Defecation Free (ODF), etc. are some of the initiatives of Janakalyan to make
Raichur district open defecation free. Social engineering part of the Swachh Bharat Mission is completed
Financial Years 2010- 2011- 2012- 2013- 2014- 2015-16 2016- 2017- Total
11 12 13 14 15 17 18
Hygiene kits provided 87 10 105 72 20 22 47 29 392
by Janakalyan long back and the result is seen today in terms of construction of toilets.

Efforts have been put to understand why the toilets are mostly not been used by rural Indians. It is opined
by them that maintaining hygienic condition is difficult by them. Further exploration concluded that lack
of cleaning tools is the obstacle in maintaining hygienic condition. Therefore, Janakalyan formulated a
program to provide critical cleaning tools to the families having toilets to inculcate the habits so that later
they continue the practice. Commencing from 2010-11, Janakalyan has reached to 392 families by now
with the support of

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Impact Assessment
Impacts on primary target group of Janakalyan

This chapter is earmarked for documenting long term impacts of our interventions on our primary target
groups including Bengali refugees of Sindhanur Rehabilitation Project. These impacts are not of the
immediate interventions but of the efforts of several years.

Citizenship: Janakalyan has initiated a process at national level through Nikhil Bharat, an unregistered
forum, to fight for the rights of these communities and government has now realized its necessity and
assured for appropriate action. Government of India has introduced The Citizenship Amendment Bill
2016 to Parliament to provide citizenship to the communities, who have crossed the border due to
religious persecution. Several rounds of meeting with Union Home Minister Sri Rajnath Singh and Union
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Sri Anant Kumar and MPs have made it possible. Meeting held with Sri B
S Yadiyurappa, former CM of Karnataka, Sri Prahlad Joshi, Sri Sanganna Karadi, Sri Shobha Karandlaze,
Sri Basavaraj Patil Sedam, Sri Sriramulu, etc. to support the bill in Parliament.

Scheduled Caste Status: The rehabilitated communities of Sindhanur Rehabilitation Project have not
voluntarily come but been rehabilitated by Government of India without giving any choice to them. In the
process of rehabilitation, siblings of same parents have been rehabilitated in different states. Now, one
rehabilitated in eastern states are enjoying the scheduled caste status and its benefits while one who have
been rehabilitated in Karnataka is deprived off the same. Whose fault is this? The struggle to include
Namasudra, Pod/ Poundra and Rajbansi in the SC list started with inception of Janakalyan in 1997 and a
file bearing No SWD 157 SAD 2009 was created in 2009. Continuous efforts of Janakalyan and through
Nikhil Bharat after 2011 compelled Government of Karnataka to form a 4-members high level committee
headed by Additional Chief Secretary of Karnataka was constituted on 26.03.2013. A detailed study was
conducted by the team and final recommendation was submitted by the High Level Committee on
11.07.2014 with a recommendation to submit the proposal to Government of India.

Continuous follow up compelled Government of Karnataka to pass a resolution in the cabinet on

18.05.2017 and recommended to Government of India to include these castes in the Karnataka State list
of SC vide letter No. SWD 157 SAD 2009 dated 27.05.2017. However, since the proposal was not in
prescribed format and necessary enclosures, the same was returned back by Government of India vide its
letter No.12016/25/2001- SCD (R.L.Cell)- Karnataka dated 21.06.2017. Accordingly, Dr B R Ambedkar
Research Institution, Bangalore is assigned the task of conducting socio-anthropological report vide letter
No.SWD 157 SAD 2009 dated 29.08.2017. A team from Dr B R Ambedkar Research Institute has
conducted the study and waiting them to submit the report. Janakalyan played the major role in providing
the necessary inputs for the study.

Mother Tongue: Mother tongue education is a constitutional right but the Bengalis rehabilitated in
Sindhanur were in dark all these years. However, with constant efforts of a year, Government of
Karnataka has already issued an order to recruit Bengali teachers in all government schools vide ED 34
PMC 2012 on 31.12.2012 but yet the department is ensuring the Bengali teaching through temporary
teachers. Sri Ajay Seth, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary to Government of Karnataka has initiated the
process of permanent recruitment of Bengali teachers vide his letter No.ACS/P&S/112/2017 dated
01.09.2017 vide which he has also included 3 High Schools in addition to the existing 8 primary schools.
Land Rights: It was at the cost of the land and ancestral properties of these rehabilitated communities,
India got freedom. In lieu of their ancestral properties, they have been provided with 4-5 acres of land
during their rehabilitation but yet they are not the owners of the land. An effort initiated and government
has now decided to transfer them the entitlements and already initiated the survey of the land. The survey
of R H Colony No.4 and R H Colony No.5 is already completed during 2016-17 but remaining 3 colonies
are yet to be conducted. A meeting
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target groups. These models along with many other useful ideas/ interventions have been planned for the rural India
for 2018-19 and we seek generous support from the donor communities.
Janakalyan proposes to achieve the following in the years to come assuming similar supports and cooperation from
its stakeholders in future too….
1. Beti Bachao Beti Padao: The refugee-communities reside more than 20km away from the taluk headquarter
and thus almost all the girls drop their education after matriculation and become victims of child marriage. The
Maa Sarada Pre University College started by Janakalyan must cater to these needs of refugees.
2. Rural Skill Improvement: Land fragmentation and child marriages/ labors are the reasons for disguised
employment in agriculture. To tap the biggest potential available within the rural artisans, we need Community
Training Center which Raichur district lacks and Janakalyan wishes to establish a full fledge capacity
enhancement cum knowledge center for the rural artisans on all aspects of rural lives and livelihoods.
3. Rehabilitated Community Issues: Issues related to rehabilitated refugees in India are many and peculiar which
demands special qualities to understand and address. Janakalyan began its development journey through these
refugees and acquired expertise in handling their issues. There is a great demand for bringing all refugees of
India under a common umbrella and Janakalyan believes that it is the single agency in India which can
strategically address their valid issues in due course of time.
4. Replication of Proven Model: The proven models of Janakalyan like Water Banks for livelihood
improvement of tail end farmers, Wage Earners (WE) Groups, Agriculture Interest Groups (AIG),
Neighborhood Groups (NHG), GNAN (Garibi Nirmoolan Avartan Nidhi), etc. shall be replicated in other parts
of the state and across the country.

The Annual Action Plan of Janakalyan for 2018-19 approved by General Board includes the following major
activities, which seeks your support in translating them on field.
Sl. Programs / Activities Estimated
No Budget
1 Shuddha Jal – Swacch Bharat – an intervention to provide pure drinking water 24x7 250,000,000
2 More Crop Per Drop – Stop Farmers Suicide through Water Bank creation 50,000,000
Ms3 Anjana Mondal D/o Hiraman, R/o R H Colony No.2 of Sindhanur
Bunch of Crops on Inch of Land - Intensified Integrated Farming System taluk is a Government
Drawing Teacher
4 Beti Bachao today after studying in Maa Sarada Child Labor Special School, R H45,600,000
Beti Padao –Ensure Post-metric education to stop child marriage/labor
No.2. She was mainstreamed to Government Primary
5 Swacch Bharat Mission – Making villages Open Defecation Free
School, R H Colony No.2 in 6 standard
in6 2001-02 and now she is a government teacher.
Rural Skill Improvement - Capacity Building Center for youths, women & farmers 7,500,000
7 Ensuring rights of refugees resettled in India and providing their children equal 9,000,000
Can anyone imagine the impacts of our interventions? What shall have been the fate of these
rights which are due to them as citizens of India
child labors? Both of them are married and living a happy life with dignity and pride. During
TOTAL 392,100,000
their last visit to Janakalyan, they did not find words to express their gratitude to Janakalyan.
These schools were established by the order of the then Depurty Commissioner of Raichur, Sri
Janakalyan has a dedicated team with skill and knowledge to transfer your resources to the deserving groups
and Dalwai,
needs about IAS vide letter
Rs.39.21 croresNo.NCLPS/51/98-99 dated
to accomplish the above 8.4.1999.
targets. We urge for your generous support

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ONLINE and/or request you to deposit the same in our State Bank of India account No.30168833165 having
IFSC SBIN0007861 in favor of Janakalyan. You can also donate online through the following links: or Your support
could be as small as Rs.100 to any amount you like to donate for education activities for which you will
get a tax exemption certificate for 50% (80G) of your donation for other activities.
Major Reports brought out by Janakalyan during 2017-18

Like every year, progress reports for various projects were published during the year 2017-18 as a policy
of Janakalyan and also as per the requirements of funding organizations. The following are those reports
and all these area available on our website and can also be obtained from our office
by request.

GiveIndia Annual Report Nai Roshni 2013-14 Report

Nai Roshni 2016-17 Report Nai Roshni 2017-18 Report

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Compliance to Credibility Alliance Norms
1 Societies Registration Act, 1960 : SOR/28/1997-98 dated 2.7.1997
2 Tax exemption to organization u/s 12A : F.No.12A126 /CIT-GLB/2002-G3 dated
of Income Tax Act, 1961 10.10.2002, Regd. With CIT, Gulbarga
3 100% tax exemption to donors u/s Gazette Notification No. S.O. 3303 (E) dated
35AC of Income Tax Act, 1961 07.12.2015
4 50% tax exemption to donors u/s 80G : F.No.76/80G/CIT-GLB/07-08
of Income Tax Act, 1961 Renewed for lifetime
5 Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act : FCRA No. 094610029 dated 13.8.2003 renewed
6 Planning Commission of India (UID) : KA/2009/0007402
7 Accreditation for good governance, : Janakalyan is accredited by Credibility
accountability and transparency Alliance, New Delhi
8 National CSR Hub (empanelled) Code : B/04/13/05/327 dated 11.8.2014
9 Professional Tax ECR No. : 302609289
10 Employees Provident Fund (EPFO) : GBRCH0039005000
11 GuideStar India registration No. : 908
12 GiveIndia rating : Tier-1 NGO
13 PAN : AAATJ5178Q
 Visitors are welcome to visit us at the address given in the back cover of this report or in our website; all certificates, annual reports, audit reports can be viewed on the website.
 Name and address of Bankers: SBI (ADB), Sindhanur-584128 for FC and SBI, Sindhanur, SBH, RH
Colony No.2 & Syndicate Bank, Jawalagera, Sindhanur-584143 for domestic contributions
 Name and address of auditors: M/s P. K. Subramanian & Co, Bresthwarpet, Raichur-584101

The details about the Governing Board members as on 31.3.2017 are listed below-
Designati Participatio Relation to
Name Age Sex Occupation Areas of expertise
on n in Meeting other member
Dr. 42 M President Asst Prof in Expert in food & milk 4/4 Not related
Sharanagouda S UAS, Raichur processing technologies
Smt Kalpana Roy 52 F Vice Teacher in Education and Women 3/4 Not related
President Private School empowerment
Sri D H Kambali 52 M Secretary President, Education, Lawyer and 4/4 Not related
Aniketan College Media, development
Sri Shamalal 57 M Member Farmer & Farming, rural 4/4 Not related
Swarnakar educationist education
Dr. Ramappa K 42 M Member Asst Prof in Agril Soil & Water, Irrigation, 4/4 Not related
T Engg College Drainage expert
Smt Shila Sikdar 43 F Member Best Farmer Intensified IFS, women 4/4 Not related
Award winner empowerment
Smt Anima 51 F Member Housewife Agriculture and Women 4/4 Not related
Majumdar R H Colony No.4 Empowerment
 Janakalyan board met 4 times during the year on 11.06.2017, 15.10.2017 (AGM), 15.10.2017 and
11/03/2017; the minutes are documented and circulated regularly

 The Governing Board members are elected every year in the AGM by the General Body; during this
year the Governing Board was constituted on 15.10.2017 in its Annual General Meeting.
 The Governing Board of Janakalyan approves programs, budgets, annual report and audited financial
statements; the board ensures the organization’s compliance with laws of the land.

Vision, Aims/Objectives and Achievements:

Janakalyan has well defined and written Vision, Mission, Goal & Objectives and the same could be
referred in “About Janakalyan” section of this report. Achievements during the year could be referred in
“Year at a glance” & “Footsteps of Janakalyan” sections of this report.

Accountability & Transparency:

 Total sitting fees to the General Body members during the year is Rs.NIL/- and expenditures incurred
towards food, accommodation and travel for AGM and GB meeting is Rs.NIL/-
 The remuneration to Executive Director is Rs. 271596/- during 2017-18
 Highest and lowest paid employees of Janakalyan during reporting period are-

Highest Paid Employee Lowest Paid Employee

Prasen Raptan Sudhanya Sikdar
Rs.22633 pm Rs.9413 pm

Staff Details as on 31.3.2018 is given below as per the desirable norms of Credibility Alliance
Designatio Year of Years of Remuneration Benefits
Name Gender
n Joining Experience (Rs p.m.) (Rs p.m.)
Sri Prasen Raptan ED 1997 20 22633 780 M
Sri Sudhanya Sikdar Tech Expert 2006 10 9413 780 M
 The total cost of national travel by board members as well as personnel is Rs.NIL
 The total cost of international travel by board members as well as personnel is Rs.NiL

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Abridged Financial Statements
Audited Financial Statements of Janakalyan at the end of 31.3.2018

Income Tax Assessment Year 2018-19
Receipts & Payments Accounts for the period ended 31.03.2018
RECEIPTS 2016-17 2017-18 PAYMENTS 2016-17 2017-18
O/B of Cash Balance 309 1,136 Expenses incurred for project 13,02,515 7,84,355
O/B of Bank Balance 22,817 79,636 O/B of Bank Balance 3,21,441 3,62,227
O/B of FD - Statutory Audit Fee (PKS & Co.) - 17,700
Grants from Indian Donors 9,20,876 7,05,451 Employee benefits 25,095 36,644
Grants from Foreign Donors 3,04,623 6,111 Bank service charges 2,192 2,271
Donations 9,20,700 10,890 TDS deducted on FD -
Sale of Assets 64,500 - Payment of loan -
Interest earned 25,455 15,205 Work advance to staff 10,71,205 52,950
Loan and Advance Received 5,42,510 2,33,943 Professional tax paid to Govt 2,509 200
TDS on salary payable - TDS paid to Government 3,708 -
Other Receipts - 22,500 C/B of cash 1,136 1,242
Bank balance (Closing) 7,646 2,86,858 C/B of Bank 79,636 1,04,141
- -
Total Receipts 28,09,437 13,61,729 Total Payment 28,09,437 13,61,729

Income & Expenditure Accounts for the period ended 31.03.2018

EXPENDITURE 2016-17 2017-18 INCOME 2016-17 2017-18
O/B of overspent amount 725768 O/B of unspent amount 2,73,845 1,43,118
Expenditures for all programs 32,13,188 15,56,393 NEFT return, PT & TDS 8,031 -
Unspent amount of donors C/B 1,48,734 3,99,325 Grants from Foreign sources 3,05,672 6,111
Administrative expenditures Grants from Indian sources 9,20,876 6,99,163
Office management expenses 1,15,315 22,325 Contributions from individuals 7,646 10,890
Printing, stationery & Interest from FD and SB
Photocopy 720 6,444 28,448 15,205
Postage and Telephone 4,585 951 Farmer Share 9,20,700 2,24,364
Repair and maintenance 1,58,403 43,652 Individual constributions 64,400 1,868
Rent water and electricity - 13,900 Overspent amount of donors C/B 10,57,697 3,04,982
TDS & PT - 818 Excess of expenses over income 8,37,045 6,86,251
Travel 48,634 28,172
Service fees (bank, auditor, PG) 9,015 19,971
Total Expenditure 44,24,362 20,91,951 Total Income 44,24,362 20,91,951

Balance Sheet as on 31.03.2018

LIABILITIES 2016-17 2017-18 ASSETS 2016-17 2017-18
Capital account 28,39,740 ,79,031 Fixed assets 46,67,791 41,41,243
Reserve Fund 25,543 66,943 Cash in Hand 1,136 1,242
Unspent amount of donors 1,48,734 4,04,941 Cash at Bank 79,636 1,04,140
Fixed Deposits in Banks 1,46,960 1,48,828
Caution Deposit 2,200 2,200 TDS receivable from IT Dept 20,886 20,886
Loans and advances 30,69,269 31,19,615 Overspent amount 10,57,697 13,56,391
Work advance to staff 1,11,379 -
Total Liabilities 60,85,486 57,72,730 Total Assets 60,85,486 57,72,730
As per our report of even date
For P K Subramaniam & Co. For Janakalyan
Chartered Accountants

Date: 26.07.2018 Place: Gangavati Secretary Executive Director
Footsteps of Janakalyan…………….
More than 2 Decades in the service of mankind
Year of Trimming2016-17Year of legal battle2017-18

21st year (2017-18) of confined most of interventions to vulnerable communities like
muslims women, refugees rights, etc. and most of its time has to be spent to legal battle which also reached to
Supreme Court in the case of Subodh Biswas and 53 others in the Silapathat case of Assam. The legal battle
initiated for refugee rights in terms citizenship, mother tongue education, land rights, etc. A case is filed in
Karnataka High Court also for eviction of illegal encroachment of public roads. Therefore, could not
concentrate on fundraising and the result was drastic drop in resources and thus activities.
20th year (2016-17) was fully meant for refugees. In addition, the government of India supported Nai Roshni
– leadership development of minority women, empowerment of leprosy affected communities continued
during the year. Although, there was a setback in terms of financial growth and accordingly the staff strength
was also trimmed out. However, meeting with high level dignitaries like Union Home Minister,
Parliamentary Affairs Minister, Former Chief Minister of Karnataka, several MPs, MLAs, IAS officers of
topmost ranks continued to obtain the citizenship rights, social reservation, land rights, mother language
education rights, etc.
Rural Education2014-15Year of Adoption2015-16

19th year (2015-16) was a meaningful year for the target groups of Janakalyan. We realized that the concepts,
which have been in execution by Janakalyan, have been announced by Government of India. These are More
Crop Per Drop, Intensified Integrated Farming System (Bunch of Crops in Inch of land), Post-metric
education of adolescent girls (Beti Bachao Beti Padao), Rural Entrepreneurship Development (Skill
Development), etc. Therefore, the year is termed as Year of Adoption.

Janakalyan completed 18th year of operation in 2014-15! Whole efforts were concentrated in ensuring post-
metric education to rural children through its own institute to avoid child marriage / child labor. In addition,
scholarship @ Rs.2000 pa, monthly stipend of Rs.400 pm, artisan tool kits to supplement family income to
ensure children are in schools, etc. are some initiatives to improve rural education. Establishing mother
language education through government schools was another effort. Government of Karnataka recommended
to consider Bengali communities to consider as SC in Karnataka. In addition, the regular initiatives
Paradigm Shift 2013-14

The year 2013-14 being 17th year of Janakalyan, it is termed as year of Paradigm Shift; shift is seen in
diversification of activities within its programmatic framework of 7Es (Environment, Education,
Employment, Entrepreneurship, Empowerment, Energy and Ensuring health for all living being) by taking up
research activities with the support ICSSR, leadership training to minority women with the 1 st ever GoI fund
to Janakalyan, entrepreneurship among leprosy affected beggars and many more. However, more time was
also spent for refugee rights during the year while more investment was on the education institute initiated by
Janakalyan. It has also integrated payment gateway for online donation.
Fight for Rights2012-13

The year 2012-13 is 16th year of Janakalyan existence! It was earmarked for fighting for the rights of its
primary target groups, the Bengali refugees. Accordingly, succeeded to ensure Bengali teaching in
government schools and the day was celebrated on 1 st March 2013 as Matribhasha Vijay Divas and a
Matribhasha Vijay Stambh was unveiled. Maa Sarada PU College building was inaugurated on 8 th January
2013 on the eve of 160th Birth Anniversary of Holy Mother Sarada. Government of Karnataka issued a
gazette notification to consider providing reservation to these Bengalis.
Child Care Year2011-12

The year 2011-12 being 15th year of existence of Janakalyan, to make it meaningful it is declared as “Child
Care Year” and accordingly the activities were focused on child empowerment. Supporting refugee girls’
education, providing education kits to the children, major operation of a cute girl and above all, opening a
new college for the refugee children are notable activities during the year. Developed Sexual Harassment
Policy 2011 and relooked at all operational policies of Janakalyan like Service Rules 2001, Procurement
Policy 2005, Gender Policy 2007, and Investment Policy 2011. Credibility Alliance accredited Janakalyan
under desirable norms of highest standard in governance, accountability and transparency. The new website
designed with instead of Janakalyan Annual Report 2010-11 was
selected as top 10 best annual reports in the country by CSO Partners. National Alliance of refugees initiated

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Year of Expansion2007-08 Year of New Era2008-09 Disaster Management2009-10 Year of Replication2010-11 in Karnataka.

The year (2010-11) marked completion of 14 years in the sector of rural development; Janakalyan started
replication of its innovative models demonstrated successfully during the journey of development in other
similar context. Identification of similar area and donors continued during the year and succeeded to initiate
intervention in Gadag district. Similarly, the other major initiative taken up during the year is towards online
fundraising through GiveIndia registration, accreditation by Credibility Alliance, affiliation to Bharat Welfare
Trust, lifetime renewal of 80G of IT Act, etc.

The year (2009-10) marked completion of 13 years in the sector of rural development; in its history of these
13 years, never entered into emergency management activities. Janakalyan initiated gradual phasing out from
Raichur district during previous year but due to an emergency call of the nature in the operational area,
Janakalyan had to initiate disaster management activities in the flood affected villages of Sindhanur on
humanitarian ground. The intervention concentrated on ensuring rights of children and women in flood
affected villages and successfully implemented in 10 villages.

The year (2008-09) is the 12th year of operation in Raichur district and at this juncture Janakalyan board felt
that Janakalyan needs to compress its activities in Raichur and move in some other area. It started trimming
its staff-size from the beginning of the year as well as programs. Study in other districts of Karnataka as well
as research on potential donors started during the year. Janakalyan also done major surgeries to its
operational strategies, amended its byelaws, changed its board structure and composition and many more. To
sum up, it could be said that Janakalyan took new birth with new spirit.
The year (2007-08) is the year of expansion both in terms of area of operation as well as its role change.
UNICEF appointed Janakalyan as the nodal agency for its programs in Raichur district and the prestigious
national flagship program viz. Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC) implementation through the NGOs was
assigned to Janakalyan. Janakalyan implemented the TSC in 300 villages of all 5 taluks of Raichur district
through local NGOs. Janakalyan also participated in various national and international programs, activities,
meeting and workshops. The state level CRC convention was hosted by Janakalyan and represented
Karnataka in National level CRC convention. Janakalyan celebrated 10th Foundation Day on 12th January
2008 as mark of 10 years of contribution to the society.

The year (2006-07) is the year of recognition wherein Janakalyan built a strong network with government as
well as non-government agencies. Government assigned many planning tasks to Janakalyan in the district
such as perspective plan for NREGA, Suvarna Gramodaya, Kugram Suvarna Grama, etc. and the plans
prepared by Janakalyan was appreciated in the state level meetings by Sri Srinivas Murthy, the Principal
Secretary of RDPR in Hotel Atria, Bangalore. Janakalyan was also invited to train the NGOs of Mandya
district in preparation of perspective plans for Suvarna Gramodaya. In the district also, it could build an
Year of

image and for any developmental initiatives, Janakalyan is provided with the first opportunity. Janakalyan
has developed a corpus during this year. Janakalyan also established a campus of its own.
Diversification2004-05 HRD Year2005-06

The year 2005-06 could be termed as year of HRD wherein Janakalyan had to recruit more than 150 staffs at
various cadres and train them in various sectors to carry out the activities undertaken in the district. The staffs
are recruited in each and every village of the Sindhanur block. Similarly the project inflow was also very
high and many activities had to be implemented in parallel.
The 9th year (2004-05) is recorded as the year for diversification. Janakalyan has expanded its area of
operation and reached each and every village of Sindhanur taluk as well as neighboring taluks also. Further,
the activities have also been diversified to health, education, sanitation, nutrition focusing child and mother.
Linkages with UNICEF established and it became the major donor for Janakalyan.
Year of Sustainability2002-03 Confidence Building 2003-04 The year 2003-04 is the year of confidence building. An organization working with all sections of society as
target communities for the past 8 years has developed self-confidence in achieving maximum success in its
target. Looking to our professional management, dedicated team of human resource and judicious use of
financial resources another two big projects JSYS and HIVOS were added in our list. We also see
considerable change in conditions of our target community resulting because they have started believing in
themselves and our propositions.

The year 2002-03 is the year for sustainability of the organization. Sustainability of an Organization is
nothing but having a dedicated professional team of Human Resource and a constant flow of Financial
Resources. Towards this, Janakalyan put all the effort to have a competent team by recruiting a set of fresh
graduates because they could be tuned according to the vision and mission of Janakalyan. Many efforts were
put to see that the programs as well as the organization become sustainable. Janakalyan received FCRA and
exemption under section 12A of IT Act, 1961. We received first foreign grant for Cotton Based Integrated
Farming System development program. Janakalyan got lot of publicity during the year through NABARD
supported Jana-Udyog program. The area of operation was extended to outside the block as well as district.
The administrative Office was established at Marutinagar, Jawalgera.
Year of Self Initiative2000-01 Year of Professionalization2001-02

The year 2001-2002 is the year of transformation. After proper training of the top management, it realized
that till date Janakalyan was functioning without proper planning. Planning Meeting was introduced for the
first time in the organization to organize the activities in a systematic way after assessing the needs of the
community in a participatory way. The organization also gave emphasis on professionalizing the approach by
recruiting the qualified employees like B.V.Sc., M.Tech., MSW, M.Com., MA graduates. A detailed Service
Rules for Janakalyan was also adopted during the year. A few sets of innovative programs also got introduced
during the year. The year is termed as Mass Mobilization Year because lot of efforts was put to organize the
community in demanding their rights from the concerned authorities.

The year 2000-01 is an important year for Janakalyan wherein the top management of the organization
undergone various training at renown Institutes. Therefore, the same programs were continued during the
year without much difference. However, the major step initiated during the year was formation of a Cluster
Level Federation of SHGs and starting a Milk Marketing Center at Sindhanur through this Federation.
Kitchen Garden Program was another innovative program to recycle the water to grow vegetable in the
house-yard. Most of the activities / programs got hindered during this year due to improper management as
the staffs were deputed for higher studies. However, a research study was undertaken during the year in the
Rehabilitation Project by the staff. The area of operation got extended to outside Rehabilitation Project.
Year of Capacity Building1999-00

The year 1999-2000 could be termed as Capacity Building Year for Janakalyan. Maximum effort was put to
train the staff of Janakalyan at various NGOs and Institutions through training and exposure. Awareness
generation, training and exposure for the community (woman & farmers), relation building with local
officers, etc. were the major activities during the year. Fund flow also started from this year. Women
Development & Empowerment Program, Mahila Arthika Swavalambane Yojana, Participatory Technology
Development in Cotton, Dairy Development Program, and Child Labor Elimination Program were the
programs of the year. The important innovation of Janakalyan was Sansar Pathshala, Kishori Vikash
Program, Shree Shakthi Sabha and Sangha Darshini Samittee. The fourth mata i.e Ganga Mata was added to
the objective upon suggesting it by most of the distinguished visitors to Janakalyan.
Year of Conceptualization 1998-99

Year 1998 began with new hopes. The concept of raising income level of the farmer was added with land
reclamation (soil fertility / health management and preserving it for the generations to come). It also worked
out for subsidiary sources of income for these communities and found animal husbandry as a viable option;
started promoting the same along with agriculture. By the end of the year it realized that raising the income
level through its different approaches would not serve the purpose if proper mechanism is not adopted to save
the earned income; thus, started promoting Self Help Groups of men and women. And thus the objective of
Janakalyan was formulated as “to serve 3 holy mothers i.e. Manavi Mata, Bhoo Mata & Go Mata”. It also
started working with children, keeping education as the focal point through ASHA & Child Labor Schools.

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Year of Inception1997-98 Janakalyan took birth in July 1997 with an objective to assist the refugees & repatriates to raise their income
level through intervention in the field of agriculture. It started working with farming communities with its
own resources. The strategy adopted to work with these peasant communities was ‘awareness generation’
among the mass about the mistakes that they have already done and the ways to rectify it. Training &
exposure were 2 tools adopted to convince these farmers about the proposition that Janakalyan was
propagating about organic farming.
Governing BoardBoard
Governing of Janakalyan
of Janakalyan

Our Partners
Our Partners
Government of India, MoMA
GiveIndia, of India, MoMA
Smt Kalpana
Kalpana RR
Sharanagouda GiveIndia,
Give Mumbai
Foundation INC, USA
Give Foundation INC, USABengaluru
Sitaram Jindal Foundation,
Sitaram Jindal Foundation, Bengaluru

Kambali Sri
Sri Shamalal
Shamalal SS
Our Banks
Our Banks
State Bank of India (ADB), Sindhanur
State Bank
Bank ofof IndiaSindhanur
India, (ADB), Sindhanur
State Bank of India, Sindhanur
State Bank of Hyderabad, R H C No.2
State Bank
Syndicate of Hyderabad,
Bank, Jawalagera R H C No.2
Syndicate Bank, Jawalagera
Smt Smt
Smt Shila

Sri Ramappa
Ramappa KK Our Auditor
M/s P KOur Auditor& Co
Management Team of Janakalyan M/s P K Subramanian
Chartered Accountants& Co
Management Team of Janakalyan #
# 11-5-23, Kartik Complex
Kartik Complex
Bresthwarpet, Raichur-584101
Bresthwarpet, Raichur-584101

Manojit BB
Sudhanya SS
Contact Address
Contact Address
Narayan Shantinagar, R H Colony No.4
Narayan RR Shantinagar, R H Colony No.4
GG Virupanna Sindhanur – 584143, Raichur
Virupanna Sindhanur – 584143, Raichur
Karnataka, India
Tel: +91 8535Karnataka, India
264488, 264140
Prasen Raptan
Raptan Tel:Cell:
+91+918535 264488,
9448570745 264140
Cell: +91 9448570745
Praveen Kumar

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