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  • ANNUAL SHORT REPORT
    2011 – 2012

    Respected friend/devotee,

                  We convey our loving namaskars and warm greetings to you and all the members of your family and friends. Hope you are all keeping well by the grace of the Almighty. We pray to Him for the welfare of you all.

    105 years have passed since the Sevashrama had its humble beginning in 1907 with the aim of rendering selfless service to the poor and needy patients of the Holy Brajdham. We are happy to place before you a Short Annual Report of our activities for the financial year 2011-12. A detailed report will follow shortly once the Statement of Accounts is finalized. We have been able to take up all the activities for the service of the poor and needy because of the dedicated and generous support that you have provided to us. We are indebted to all our well wishers for helping us to upgrade the existing services. Along with the generous donors and well wishers we thank all our doctors, nurses, friends, devotees, volunteers and staff, without whose help we would not have achieved this success. As in previous years, this year too we undertook some major development works and also added a few new equipment/instruments. We also place before you the various projects that are planned for the year ahead. We are sure that with your generous and noble support we will be able to continue our services to the poor as envisioned by Swami Vivekananda - "Serving God in man".

    Further to the support that yobmu are providing to the Sevashrama, which we sincerely believe will continue for years to come, we request you to please recommend this 105 year old institution to a few of your kind hearted acquaintances who may also be willing to help us by extending financial assistance.

    We have been sending you the reports of our activities twice a year. Hope you are receiving the same. We take this opportunity to renew our invitation to you and all the members of your family & friends to visit Sri Vrindaban Dham at your convenience. Your visit will surely be an inspiration to all of us here. You can personally witness the various activities undertaken at the Sevashrama by your noble support. We are hopeful that along with that you will enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of this holy land blessed by the divine lila of Sri Krishna. May Sri Radharani, Sri Ramakrishna, Sri Sarada Devi & Swami Vivekananda bless us all and fill our lives with devotion, peace and bliss.

    With namaskars and prayers for all,

      Yours in Sri Ramakrishna,
       
    Swami Suprakashananda  
    (Secretary)

    P.S.: We are happy to announce that donations to Infrastructure Development and Corpus Fund of the Sevashrama are now eligible for 100% exemption from Income Tax u/s 35 AC of the Income Tax Act, 1961. All other donations to Sevashrama are exempt from Income Tax u/s 80 G of Income Tax Act, 1961.

    Note: - Please intimate us if there is a change in your postal/email address or in case you are in receipt of more than one copy of report/communication.
         
    New Medical Equipment / Instruments added during the year  
      Equipment Donated by
    1 Hormone and Immuno-assay Analyser  Somani Foundation, Delhi
    2 Automated Bio-Chemistry Analyzer Manav Seva Sansthan, Mumbai
    3 Binocular Microscope A Devotee
    4

    Boyle’s Apparatus - 2 No.s (Anaesthesia Work Station)

    Sri Ashok Aggarval, Mathura; Manav Seva Sansthan, Mumbai
    5 Operation Theatre Table (2 Nos.) Shree Mumbadevi Mandir Charities, Mumbai Shree Mahalakshmi Temple Charities, Mumbai
    6 OT Lights – 5 Nos. Somani Foundation, Delhi and a Local Devotee
    7 Surgical Cautery Machines A Devotee
    8 ERCP Instruments Somani Foundation, Delhi
    9 Microwave Diatherctomy A Devotee
    10 Blood collection Monitor A Devotee
    11 Fogger Machines A Devotee


    New Vehicles added during the year
      Vehicle Donated by
    1 Tata 410 Ambulance Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd., Agra
    2 Mahindra Xylo Van Blind Foundation for India, USA
    3 Swaraj Mazda Ambulance Blind Foundation for India, USA
    4 Maruti Omni Van Sri Deshbandhu Kagzi, Mumbai
    5 Maruti Eeco Ambulance Anupyati Ashrama, Vrindaban

    We are indebted to all the above donors for their wholehearted support and for donating the above listed items to the Sevashrama.

    • The Dual Slice Spiral CT Scan facility was inaugurated by Sri Sudip Bandyopadyay, Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare at a function held on 21.09.2011. Sri Jayant Choudhary, MP (Mathura) and Sri Pradeep Mathur, MLA (Mathura-Vrindaban) were Guests of Honour.
    • With the financial assistance from Steel Authority of India, New Delhi, construction of the Ground Floor of Doctors and Volunteers Quarters was completed.
    • With the financial assistance from the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, construction of the ground and first floor of the Doctors and Volunteers/Staff Quarters is nearing completion. The assistance was given in commemoration of the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.
    • We gratefully acknowledge the voluntary service of Dr. Sunita Maheshwari and her team of Radiologists at Teleradiology Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore in providing prompt and expert diagnostic reports of all CT Scan images through internet. With their kind support we have been able to serve the poor patients by providing CT Scan facility at a nominal cost.
    • Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (BPL/Smart Card): The Govt. scheme of medical insurance to the Below Poverty Line people of the land through BPL/Smart Card has been continued successfully at the Sevashrama Hospital. A total of 201 cases were treated under RSBY during 2011–12. The cardholders are offered free treatment, medicines and also conveyance charges after their discharge.
    • Eye Camps:   Eye screening camps were held in different villages and on an average 15 to 25 patients were brought for surgery every time to the Hospital in the vehicle provided by Blind Foundation for India, USA. Post-surgery they were sent back to their homes/villages in the same vehicle with all necessary medicines. These camps are being sponsored by Sri Baijnath Garodia Charitable Trust, Guwahati, Assam.
    • Patient Services and Accounting System (PSAS): With the kind help and generous support of Sri Jagannathan Srinivasan of Sarada Research Labs, Bangalore and his team, the development of Hospital Management System has been continuing since last two years. The System, so far implemented, has made management of filing and day to day running of the wards, Diagnostic Lab, and tasks such as cash collection at the counter, very easy and effective. 

    Medical Activities
    • Indoor Department: The total bed strength of the Charitable Hospital is 165.

    • General Ward

      Private Ward

      ICU

      Male  46

      Female
       38

      Paediatric
       18

      Maternity
       23

      Eye
       13

      Emergency
      1

      21

      5

      The general ward patients are provided bed, diet, milk, almost all the medicines, and doctors' & sisters' services – all at free of cost. The private ward patients are also offered the same services except the medicines and nominal room charge. A total number of 10,454 patients were treated at the in-door department during the year under consideration.

    • Operation Theatre: The six operating room OT Complex functions five days a week. General & Laparoscopic surgeries; Urological Surgeries; Paediatric, Gynaec & Obstreitics, Orthopaedic, Plastic, ENT and Ophthalmic Surgeries are conducted regularly. Total number of surgeries conducted during the year was 2,160, which include 666 eye surgeries conducted through PHACO, IOL or Yag Lazer. The 3-day Annual Urology Camp headed by Dr. (Prof.) Harshad Punjani, Mumbai was conducted in November in which 49 surgeries were performed. The camp was sponsored by Manav Seva Sansthan, Mumbai.
    • Children Ward: As in previous years, a very generous donor from Mumbai provided the necessary financial support for free treatment to all patients in the 18 bed children ward. This year 1,217 children got admitted for free treatment in this ward whereas 31,460 children got consultation in the OPD. Free medicines were provided to all the patients.
    • Alternative Medicines and Clinics: The Sevashrama offers Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Yoga, Pranic Healing & Naturopathy ways of alternative treatments on a regular basis. One of the two Ayurvedic physicians conducts Ksharsutra Ligations on piles and fistula patients very successfully.
    • Emergency Department: After OPD clinics are closed, the Sevashrama offers Emergency consultation for all patients till the OPD opens next morning. Two MBBS Doctors and one Consultant Gynaecologist are at the service round the clock. 16,458 patients visited the department in the current year.
    • Pallimangal - Rural Mobile Medical Service: The team comprising 8 doctors(including Homeopathic and Ayurvedic), 2 nurses, one attendant and 6 volunteers continue to provide medical services in the rural areas of Mathura District four days a week. Regular Oral & Eye check-up camps are also conducted. All the patients are given 6 days medicines free of cost. The total number of patients treated was 52,585. The Mobile Medical Vans used for this service are donated by Blind Foundation for India, USA and Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd., Agra.

    Our gratitude to the following super specialists for their dedicated services:
    Gastroenterology - Padmavibhushan Dr. B.N. Tandon, Delhi, Dr. Ashish Mehta, Gurgaon, Dr. Chirdeep Agarwal, Vrindaban; Cardiology - Dr. A. P. Arora,  Delhi,  Dr. K. Gopal, Vrindaban, Dr. G.P.  Bhattacharya, Kolkata, Dr. Deepak Agarwal, Agra, Dr. Anjali Sarkar, USA, Dr. Shailesh Jain, Delhi; Plastic & Cosmetic Surgery- Dr. Amitabh Singh, Dr. Ashish Dhingra & Dr. Anurag Jain, Delhi, Dr. Satya Saraswat, Agra; Psychiatry  - Doctors from Agra Mental Hospital, Agra; ENTDr. A. K. Lahiri, Delhi, Dr. Ajit Kumar Bhattacharya & Dr. Vikrant Singhal, Agra; Laparoscopic SurgeryDr. R. N. Sarangi, Delhi; Paediatrics - Dr. Jagdish Tiwari, Dr. Srikant Basu, Delhi; PathologyDr. P. K. Chatterjee, Delhi, Dr. Abhijit Mukherjee, Burdwan; NaturopathyDr. P. K. Bhattacharya, Delhi; NephrologyDr. Himangshu Mahapatra and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Delhi. Gynaecology – Dr. Preeti Saraswat, Dr. Vivek Agarwal, Agra, Dr. Uma Rani Swain, Dr. Indrani Ganguly, Delhi, Dr. Shilpa Sharma, Dr. Nelima Gupta, Vrindaban; UrologyDr. Harshad Punjani, Mumbai, Dr. Balchandra Kashyapi, Pune, Dr. Sushil Rathi, Nanded, Dr. Dhananjay, Nagpur, Dr. Atul Goswami, Delhi; DentistryDr. Narayan Prasad, Hardwar; OphthalmologyDr. Ravi Goel, UK, Dr. Ajay Pathak, Faridabad; Anesthesiology - Dr. Millan C Baidya, USA; RadiologyDr. N.K Sharma, Delhi

    Patients Statistics for the last 3 Years*

    Year

    Admitted (IPD)

    Allopathy  (OPD)

    Ayurveda

    Homoeopathy

    Total

    Emergency

    Pallimangal

    Total

    1

    2

    3

    4

    5 (2+3+4)

    6

    7

    8 (5+6+7)

    2009-10

    10,614

    2,23,244

    17,062

    9,668

    2,49,974

    16,430

    67,592

    3,33,996

    2010 -11

    10,764

    2,39,483

    13,983

    9,066

    2,62,532

    18,036

    59,743

    3,40,311

    2011-12

    10,454

    2,78,118

    15,188

    7,400

    3,00,706

    16,458

    52,585

    3,69,749


    Income for the last 3 Years*

    Year

    Hospital Maintenance Fund

    Donation to Nursing School

    Donation to Pallimangal

    Grand total

    Fees & Charges

    Donation

    2009-10

    1,15,94,042

    1,17,04,835

    11,42,061

    1,32,394

    2,45,73,332

    2010-11

    1,41,31,920

    1,40,65,410

    14,29,636

    1,11,923

    2,97,38,889

    2011-12

    1,59,32,158

    1,19,57,882

    6,66,905

    68,863

    2,86,25,808



    Expenditure for the last 3 years*

    Year

    Hospital Maintenance Fund

    Nursing School

    Pallimangal

    Grand Total

    Salaries & Wages

    Purchase of Medicines

    Other Expenditure

    2009-10

    92,61,303

    1,05,34,013

    1,31,35,666

    13,46,114

    15,26,257

    3,58,03,353

    2010-11

    1,16,74,324

    1,28,68,268

    1,82,63,815

    14,65,660

    16,21,352

    4,58,93,419

    2011-12

    1,22,99,270

    1,28,62,813

    1,23,62,235

    16,57,004

    14,73,377

    4,06,54,699


    * There may be slight change in figures after the final auditing.

    • Medical Store: Sevashrama purchased medicines worth Rs. 1,28,62,813/- at wholesale rate for free distribution to the poor patients. We ensure that only genuine medicines from reputed companies and of good quality are used in the hospital.
    • Ma Sarada Dawakhana: This fair price medical shop makes available genuine, good quality and standard company drugs (that are not available at the free OPD dispensary) to the patients at the actual cost. The margin of benefit is only 5% to 15% of the purchasing rate.
    • Out Patient Department: The average OPD attendance is 900 per day. Almost 40 doctors provide their services in the OPD every day.  One or two super specialists in different disciplines also offer their services on alternate days.
    • Orphan Patients: Vrindaban being a pilgrimage centre many devotees, especially in their old age, come here to live for the rest of their lives. Sometimes they suffer a pitiable end, dropping sick at Dharamashalas, Ashramas, widow shelters or even at road sides. Invariably they are brought to the Sevashrama and we try to provide them whatever we can to alleviate their suffering. Some of them stay for months together. If required we arrange for their last rites as well.  The period under consideration witnessed 15 such orphan mortalities. Those who recover leave the Sevashrama with a sense of deep gratitude.
    • Blood Bank: Apart from exchange donors from patients’ side, different groups of voluntary donors provided the life saving blood throughout the year. We are very grateful to the Red Cross Blood Bank, Delhi for supplying blood units to our patients whenever required. We sincerely appreciate students of GLA College of Engineering, Mathura, and BON Maharaj College of Engineering, Vrindaban and staff from Akshayapatra, Vrindaban for donating blood. A total of 813 transfusions took place at the hospital this year.

      School of Nursing

    • The new (30th) batch of 20 meritorious students from the lower income family groups were admitted to the free 3˝ years General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) course recognised by the Indian Nursing Council, Delhi and the U.P. State Medical Faculty.
    • Nutan Computer Lab set up with the kind help received from Quest Investment Advisors Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, was inaugurated on 15.06.2011. The Lab has 25 computers connected through LAN.
    • Nursing School students, with the guidance of their teachers, visited remote villages as part of their Community Training Programme and imparted Adult Education, Awareness and Counselling programmes in baby care, food & nutrition, hygiene, sanitation, post immunizations and HIV/AIDS to the villagers.
    • Lamp Lighting Ceremony: At a glittering Lamp Lighting Ceremony held at the Auditorium in the School of Nursing on Wednesday, 7th December, 2011, the fresh batch of 20 nursing students formally took the oath to dedicate their lives to the service of ailing humanity. Swami Suhitanandaji Maharaj, Assistant Secretary, Ramakrishna Math & Mission, Belur Math, presided over the function; Smt. Bandana Bhattacharya, Prof. & Vice Principal Adesh College of Nursing, Muktesar, Punjab, was the Chief Guest. Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Mathura was the Guest of Honour. On the same evening, the School celebrated its Annual Day with various cultural programmes.
    • Post-Basic B.Sc. Nursing: Under Jiwaji University and ITM University, Gwalior, two batches of Staff nurses have joined the above course conducted by the ITM College. Four class rooms were added to the School with the kind help of Manav Seva Sansthan, Mumbai, for holding classes to the graduate students.

      General Relief & Welfare programme 
    • Welfare of widow mothers & the poor: With the aid and support from the Society for  
      Protection of Human Rights,
      New Delhi; Kirpalani Foundation, South America; Ramakrishna Mission Headquarters, Belur Math; Makhan Lal Mahawar Charity Trust, Alwar; Sri Surendra Mohan, Delhi; and other generous donors, we have continued distributing food materials such as rice, wheat flour, pulses, sugar, salt, cooking oil, soap etc. to 1,000 poor widows every month. In addition to this, thanks to the financial assistance extended from Ramakrishna Mission

      Headquarters, Belur Math, a new Widow Welfare scheme was launched in the October under which food ration sufficient for one full month is distributed to 100 very aged mothers every month. Winter blankets, clothes, oil, soaps, and socks were distributed to another 1000 poor widows on the sacred Birthday of Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi.   
    • Assistance to the underprivileged was rendered in the form of educational aid, school dress and books, socks to the poor in winter, spectacles to old persons, house rent for poor widows, aid for referral treatment, monetary help for cremation, marriages, food grains, sari & dhoti, slippers, medicines, blankets, rickshaw fare to the poor patients & widows etc., to the tune of                   Rs. 13,53,332/- during the year to 42,506 beneficiaries.
    • TB patients & Physically challenged: With the generous support from Kirpalani Foundation of South America, we have provided food grains ration along with quality medicines to 100 TB patients & 50 physically challenged persons.
    • Distribution of Blankets & Clothing: Apart from that given to the widow mothers of Vrindaban on the occasion of Holy Mother’s Birthday, another 500 blankets were distributed to the poor of different remote villages of Brajdham, including the poor on the streets of Vrindaban, during the winter with the kind donation of Sri Baidyanath Ayurvedic Bhawan, Nagpur; Sri Surendra Mohan, Delhi and other generous donors.  1,100 socks, 200 slippers and bundles of clothing (old and new) were distributed to many other poor people of remote villages all through the year.
    • Swami Vivekananda’s 150th Birth Anniversary celebrations: As part of this, two units of Gadhadar Abhyudaya Prakalpa (GAP), one at Panighat (Old Ashrama) and another at Shyamanagar, and two units of Vivekananda Swasthya Parisheva Prakalpa (VSPP), one in Sevashrama and another in village Beri, Haryana, are being conducted with the aim of promoting physical, mental and spiritual development of children. More than 100 children take part in each of these units. Chief activities include regular tuition classes, group prayer, cultural activities and games. Children are given milk every day and green peas, biscuits, bananas, bread, bun and other cooked nutritious food alternatively. School bags, school uniforms, Bathing-Soap, Washing Powder, Coconut Oil, Tooth Brush, and Tooth paste, Note Books, etc. are given to the children. Regular health checkups are conducted and medicines given if necessary.
    • Evening OPD at Panighat (Old Ashrama): The premises of the Old Ashrama is being utilised for operating an evening OPD for the benefit of the poor people living in and around Panighat. Ayurvedic and Homeopathy departments are run from here. During this year 11,005 patients were treated at the evening OPD. All the patients are given free medicines for 6 days.
    • Child Eye Sight Project: In association with the Blind Foundation for India (BFI), USA eye screening and treatment camps were held at 50 schools in the villages of Mathura district on every Wednesday. In all 9,730 children were examined. Free medicines and eye drops were given to 876 children. 215 spectacles were also distributed. 3 children were operated for cataract by Phaco at the Sevashrama hospital. BFI donated Mahindra Xylo van was used for this service.

    Other Activities

    • Goshala: A few cows were added in this year through the kind donation of devotees in order to meet the requirement of milk for the Sevashrama.
    • Agriculture: As in previous years, this year also the vacant lands within the Sevashrama & Old Ashrama were cultivated to produce mustard and fodder for cows.
    • Guest House: The Sevashrama provided accommodation facilities to a few hundred devotees, well-wishers, visiting doctors and patrons who came as pilgrims to Vrindaban from different parts of India and even from abroad.

    Spiritual & Cultural

    • Kala Babu Kunj:  After extensive renovation to this 200-year old building sanctified by the stay of Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi and almost all Direct Disciples of Sri Ramakrishna, it is now converted to be a befitting Memorial having Holy Mother’s shrine, Meditation Hall, permanent exhibition on the Holy Trio, and separate accommodation facilities for sadhus and devotees. The memorial, now renamed as ‘Ma Sarada Kutir’, will be consecrated on 12 September, 2012 followed by other programs on next two days. A number of senior sadhus, dignitaries and hundreds of devotees have already confirmed their participation. We extend a warm welcome to all our devotees and well-wishers for the program and to visit the Memorial.
    • Temple: Daily worship, bhajans, weekly readings from the Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna in Hindi, celebration of holy birthdays of Direct Disciples of Sri Ramakrishna and other great spiritual teachers, Janmashtami, Kali Puja, Durga Puja, Shiv Ratri, Christmas etc. were conducted in the temple with due solemnity and devotional fervour. Many local devotees and those from other places joyfully participated in these celebrations; blankets, clothes etc. were distributed to widow mothers, the poor, Sadhus & Vaishnavas during major celebrations.
    • Library and Book Sales Section: Continued to serve the local people and visiting devotees by making available Ramakrishna-Vivekananda and Vedanta literature.
    • Cultural Competitions: As in previous years, elocution, recitation and other cultural competitions were organized for school and college students and prizes were awarded to the winners.
    • Yugal Parikrama: On the Yugal Parikrama day lakhs of devotees do the parikrama (circumambulation) by walking barefoot around Vrindaban and Mathura. As our Old Ashrama at Panighat is situated on the Parikrama Marg, Sevashrama distributed battasa (a kind of sweetmeat) and drinking water to more than 45,000 pilgrims. A First-Aid Medical camp and Book Sales Counter were set up at the site.
    • Independence Day & Republic Day Celebrations: The 65th Independence Day and the 63nd Republic Day were celebrated with national spirit and fervour along with the hoisting and salutation of the National Tricolour, chanting of National Anthem & distribution of Prasad to all the patients, guests, staff and devotees.
    • Sri Sarada Devi Birthday: The 159th Birthday of Sri Sri Sarada Devi, was observed on 17th December, 2011. The celebration started in the auspicious early hours at 5.30 am with Mangalarati. Special puja was performed at 8 am followed by Havan, Chandi recital and devotional songs. Many sadhus, devotees and admirers participated in the above events with great joy and devotion. ‘Rogi Narayan Puja’ was performed with due devotion at 10.30am at the Indoor Department of the Hospital worshipping each and every patient with Sandal paste, garland, Arati and offerings of fruits and sweets by sadhus, devotees and student & staff nurses. At 12 noon, as part of Daridra Narayan Seva, in all about 3,000 poor widow mothers, poor men & children, devotees and others were sumptuously fed with prasad. Winter Blankets, dhoti, bathing soap, washing soap, oil and socks were distributed to 1000 poor widow mothers.
    • Swami Vivekananda Birthday: The 150th Birthday of Srimat Swami Vivekananda was celebrated with devotion and festivities on 15th January, 2012. The celebration started at 5.30 am in the temple with Mangalarati followed by chanting of Vedic mantras. This was followed by special puja, recital of Bhagavad Gita, reading from the life and teachings of Swami Vivekananda, Bhajan, Kirtans and Rogi Narayan puja in the hospital. About 1500 Daridra Narayans & devotees were served noon prasad.
    • Sri Ramakrishna Dev Birthday: The 177th Birthday of Sri Ramakrishna Dev was celebrated with various programmes from 23 to 25 February, 2012. Special Puja, Havan, recital of Chandi, feeding of the poor, etc. were held on that day. Three Hundred-Fifty Sadhus and Vaishnavas were served prasad and given cloth and dakshina on this occasion. Srimad Bhagavata Path was held on 24 and 25 at the temple along with Japa Yagna, Raslila, Bhajans & Kitrtan. 80 resident delegates, and many other non-resident devotees, attended the daylong Spiritual Retreat on 25th. Srimat Swami Chinmayanandaji Maharaj and Srimat Swami Nikhilatmanandaji Maharaj addressed the devotees.

    Our Humble Appeal
    Apart from the above mentioned ongoing projects we have the following special projects for the benefit and welfare of the poor and the needy patients. We appeal most humbly to your gracious self for your kind, sympathetic and generous support.


    Name of the Project

    Amount (in Rs)

    Extension and upgrading the existing hospital building

    Repair and modification of the existing wards

    Repair and extension of the sewage system

    Construction of 1st Floor of living quarters for class 4 workers

    Installation of Solar Energy Plant in the hospital

    Purchase of a Tractor along with trailer

    Hospital Bed Endowment for Life

    Maintenance of the Hospital bed for one year

    Sponsoring entire Nursing Course for one student

    Sponsoring a Specialist Doctor for one year

    Renovation of temple dedicated to Sri Ramakrishna

    Introducing MRI Scan facility at the hospital 

    50 Lakhs

    50 Lakhs

    52 Lakhs

    30 Lakhs

    40 Lakhs

    5 Lakhs

    2 to 5 Lakhs

    40,000/-

    70,000/-

    2.5 Lakhs

    30 Lakhs

    280 Lakhs



    All our activities are dependent on the generous charity of kind hearted persons and philanthropic organizations. We most earnestly solicit your kind, liberal and active support to carry on the noble service. Any one desirous of making Bed Endowment or sponsoring a nursing student or any other activity in memory of your near and dear ones may kindly contact us by email, phone or post.


    1. Further to the support that you are providing to the Sevashrama, we request you to please recommend this 104 year old institution to a few of your kind hearted acquaintances who may be willing to help by providing us financial assistance for the various activities of the Sevashrama.
    2. We request Retired Army / Civil doctors, Nursing Tutors/personnel, Yoga Instructors, volunteers to join us in the “Seva Yagna”.
    3. Donations to the Infrastructure Development and Corpus Fund are eligible for 100% exemption from Income Tax u/s 35 AC of the Income Tax Act, 1961. All other donations are exempt from Income tax u/s 80 G of the Income Tax Act. Cheques and drafts may please be drawn in favour of – “Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Vrindaban” and sent to the Secretary. OR
    4. Donations may also be directly deposited into the following accounts through any branch of these banks anywhere in India under intimation by email/phone/post to the Secretary

     For Infrastructure Development and Corpus Fund:

    Axis

    A/c No. – 9100 1001 8246 169

    State Bank of India

    A/c No. – 3197 7480 246

    IFSC – UTIB0000794

    IFSC – SBIN0002502


    For other projects:

    IDBI

    A/c No. – 2741 0400 0012 829

    ICICI Bank

    A/c No. – 0274 0100 0080

    IFSC – IBKL0000274

    IFSC – ICIC0000274

    PNB

    A/c No. – 0463 0001 0005 1071

    SBI

    A/c No. – 1068 4298 661

    IFSC – PUNB0046300

    IFSC – SBIN0002502


    Address for communication:
                                                                                                 The Secretary
    Ramakrishna Mission Sevashrama, Swami Vivekananda Marg,

    P. O. – Vrindaban, Dist. – Mathura, Uttar Pradesh – 281 121
    Phone No. – 0565 – 244 2310/3310 (Fax)                  
    Email:
    info@rkmsvrind.org, rkmsvrnd@gmail.com Website: www.rkmsvrind.org

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