Welcome to Dhanvantri Group

Dhanvantari Group Madhya Pradesh

(Acharya Dhanvantari Sekshanik Samajik Utthan Samiti)

We are an NGO (Non Governmental Organization), registered under society Act.Primarily we are working for Education, Health, Women Empowerment Programs, Skill Development Training & Employment Programs to make needy and helpless people of ourcountry employable and sustain their livelihood for good carrier growth. As we know that, the basic requirement to get employment is education and skills.We are mainly focusing to increase numbers of skilled and employed eoples countrywide. Weare making our approach at all unrepresented geographical areas to provide the benefit of programs with the help of corporate and government sectors.

What Is CSR ?

Corporate Social Responsibility under Companies Act

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) assumes significance as it permits companies to engage in projects or programs related to activities related to social welfare and improvement enlisted under the terms of Companies Act, 2013. There is an element of flexibility in company activities by allowing them to select their preferred CSR engagements that are in agreement with the overall CSR policy of the company.

Definition of Corporate Social

Responsibility (CSR)

The term Corporate Social Responsibility or CSR has been defined as under, but is not limited to:
* Projects or programs with reference to activities that are specified in the Schedule; or
* Projects or programs related to activities undertaken by the Board in pursuance of recommendations of the CSR Committee according to the declared CSR policy subject to the condition that such policy covers subjects explained in the Schedule.

Applicability of Corporate Social

Responsibility to Companies

Corporate Social Responsibility is required for all companies viz. private limited company, limited company. The following companies are necessary to constitute a CSR committee:
* Companies with a net worth of Rs. 500 crores or greater, or
* Companies with a turnover of Rs. 1000 crores or greater, or
* Companies with a net profit of Rs. 5 crores or greater.
If any of the above financial strength criteria are met, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) provisions and related rules will be applicable to the company. These companies are required to form a CSR committee consisting of its directors. This committee oversees the entire CSR activities of the Company.Activities permitted under Corporate Social

Responsibility (CSR)

The following activities can be performed by a company to accomplish its CSR obligations:
* Eradicating extreme hunger and poverty
* Promotion of education
* Promoting gender equality and empowering women
* Reducing child mortality
* Improving maternal health
* Combating human immunodeficiency virus, acquired, immune deficiency syndrome, malaria and other diseases
* Ensuring environmental sustainability,
* Employment enhancing vocational skills, social business projects
* Contribution to the Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund or any other fund set up by the Central Government or the State Governments for socio-economic development, and
* Relief and funds for the welfare of the Scheduled Castes, the Scheduled Tribes, other backward classes, minorities and women and such other matters as may be prescribed.

Role Of NGOs in CSR

The corporate social responsibility blends the objective of social development and environmental protection thorough ethical effort. Many nongovernmental organisations in India are engaged in social development and environmental development activities. These organisations are good enough to support the industrial development by ensuring community participation the developmental process. The concept of corporate social responsibility is underpinned by the idea that corporations can no longer act as isolated economic entities operating in detachment from broader society. Corporate Social Responsibility to be looked upon as mutual support programs that ensure development of community near by the industrial area with the expansion and development of the industrial organisations.

Digital Literacy Program(DLP) Under CSR

In permitted activities “Employment enhancing vocational skills” under CSR, the digital literacy program is mainly focused to make youth employable in IT & Management sector. It has a unique concept for training of candidates in regularly and largely required IT trades to make them employable and sustain their livelihood for good carrier growth.

Project Overview

Digital Literacy Program is being conducted in computer education based trades which are – Computer Accounts in Tally, Desk Top Publishing, Data Entry Operator, Office Assistant (MS-Office), Computer Hardware & Networking.

Documentations & Eligibility

1. Minimum 10th.
2. Identity Proof
3. Residence Proof
4. Basic knowledge of computer operating.
5. Assessment Fee INR 350/-
6. To start DLP minimum 50 enrollment required.
The course tenure is 90 days. 90 days officially counts without any national and local holidays.

Primary Training Center Setup requirements: -

1. 2 Class room with at least 25 students seating capacity.
2. Equipped Lab with 10-15 computers and internet connection.
3. Faculties as per courses.
4. Library.

Financial Terms and Documentation to startup the DLP

1. Registration, Audit and working board details.
2. Details of any previous project of CSR or any other program executed on Govt.Funds.
3. Operational training center details as per primary training center setup details.


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