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Education Health ITI
Agricultural Training Fair Price Shops Library-cum- Reading Room
Computer Training Centre Free Coaching Centre Book Sale section and Exhibition
Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre Vivekananda Integrated Special Project Other Ancillary Activities
Vocational Training Spiritual and Cultural activities VISHWAS

Ramakrishna Mission's involvement & Activities
All our tribal welfare activities have their genesis in and draw inspiration from the life and message of our Master Bhagwan Sri Ramakrishna Solely devoted to the all-round development and socio-economic uplift of the backward tribes of this area, the Ashrama has been conducting various service activities in the fields of education, health-care, agriculture, and employment-generation, with a view to help these backward tribals join the mainstream of the nation.

The activities are as follows :

  • Education
  • Health
  • ITI - Industrial Training Centre
  • Agriculture Training
  • Fair price Shops
  • Library-cum- Reading Room

  • Computer Training Centre

  • Free Coaching Centre

  • Book Sale section and Exhibition
  • Nutritional Rehabilitatation Centre (NRC)
  • Vivekananda Integrated Special Project (VISP)
  • Other Ancillary Projects (Dairy, Bakery etc.)
  • Vocational Training (TYTC)
  • Spiritual and Cultural activities (Sri Ramakrishna Prarthana Mandir)

  • VISHWAS  (Vivekananda Institute of Social Health Welfare and Service)

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