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  • Bhaktivedanta Institute  Bhaktivedanta Institute is a not-for-profit organization working for the synthesis of science and religion for the benefit of humanity. Our goal is to have spiritual reality accepted and incorporated into scientific research and advancements, and to have scientific principles and methods integrated into the practice of spirituality.
  • BHUBANBHAVAN  The Mahamandals objective is the regeneration of India. A large number of sincere, honest, hard working, patriotic, and courageous young men are everywhere in the country, who are eager to dedicate themselves for the regeneration of India. The Mahamandal intends to enthuse and unite them. The Mahamandal wants the youth to be confident and face the problems of their life as well as of the country.
  • Congo Square  Congo Square was formed in the winter of 2002 as a nonprofit society to promote jazz and blues in India. Members of Congo Square have had experience of running an international jazz festival,Jazz fest,every year from 1978 to 1982.These featured over 30 international jazz groups of the best known musicians from the US and Europe.
  • Astalavista Technologies  Founded in April 1999, Astalavista Technologies, has been a front runner in Internet and Web Technologies allowing Indian Business Concerns to utilize the Internet to its maximum, in opening their doors to International Trade. We present a tremendous opportunity to Indian businessmen to come out of their local conservative market systems and cash in on the International business potential on the NET.
  • Indian Medical Association  Indian Medical Association, Behala Branch is a local branch under IMA Bengal State Headquarters in Kolkata. IMA Behala Branch was established way back in the year 1969 with Dr. Birendra Krishna Bhattacharyya, as founder President and Dr. Hiron Kumar Chatterjee as founder Secretary. The territory of IMA Behala Branch is spread over entire South-West Kolkata City
  • International women centre-streeshakti-The Parallel Force  Streeshakti is a organization having collective energies of organizations engaged in human welfare.It is a moment to rouse and activate women of every class and creed and empower them with th necessary inputs to work as catalysts for fundamental social change.
  • Mahila Seva Samity  Mahila Seva Samity was born in 1947 to provide relief and rehabilitation to women and children. When partition displaced thousands of people from their homes who began pouring into the newly created state of West Bengal in now independent India, the Chief Minister at the time, Dr. P.C. Ghosh, asked individual citizens to step in and help the victims of partition in any way possible.
  • Development Research Communication and Services  DRCSC is a nongovernment development organization working in 12 districts of West Bengal and other states. Our major concern is food and livelihood security of the rural poor through sustainable management of natural resources on the basis of principles and actions, that are environment friendly, economically appropriate, socially just and developed by mutual cooperation.
  • International Mass Awareness Programme  We, a group of seasoned academicians and professionals, resolved to form a society in 2005 to initiate Project MATSUDRA March of Technology for Sustainable Development in Rural Areas adopting 42 villages and 75,000 people in a remote location of West Midnapore district. Project MATSUDRA is a chain of several inter-disciplinary technologies that, put to use, can decidedly lift the quality of life in Indias hinterland.
  • Divya Chaya Trust  DivyaChaya Trust has a 4-pronged strategy, interrelated and complementary to each other.Save-a-child is the first strategy.Educational projects from schools to Shiksha day care centres is the second one.next to that Vocational training centres called Pallavan (To support).Karmabhoomi is the last one.
  • Trade Mark Registration Bureau  A legal firm, which started its journey in the year 1941, in the preindependence era of British India, had the initial focus on the trade mark matters, which resulted the name of the firm Trade Mark Registration Bureau. Gradually, as the different branches of the Intellectual Property Law have been receiving special interest amongst the inventors, authors, artists, business houses, the firm has branched out it services in practically all the fields of IPR.
  • Society Against Violence in Education  A non profit organization providing awareness, to support the victims, to promote healthy modes of interaction between seniors and juniors.
  • Indian Psychiatry Society  Berkeley hill in 1929, founded the Indian Association for Mental Hygiene. In 1935, the Indian division of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association was formed due to the efforts of Dr. Banarasi Das. In 1946, Dr. Nagendra Nath De consulted Major R. B. Davis of the Hospital for Mental disease, Kanke, Ranchi & Brigadier T. A. Munro, Advisor in Psychiatry to the Indian Army
  • The West Bengal State Cooperative Marketing Federation Ltd.  Marketing Department is headed by Manager Marketing presently held by Subrata Mukhopadhayay and assisted by Debi Prosad Ghosh, Dy. Manager and Maya Bhattacharya, Assistant Manager. Any farmer desires to sale his produce to BENFED may contact the local block level Marketing Societies or Primary Agricultural Cooperative Societies or the Branch offices of BENFED or even Head Office in the following contacts.
  • All India Council for Mass Education and Development  It had its genesis in the formation, in 1965, of the West Bengal Students Council to Eradicate Illiteracy, which was the culmination of large-scale mobilisation of students and youth from the colleges and universities of Calcutta to the villages of West Bengalto launch a mass literacy campaign. The vision of the organisation is to develop an enlightened, empowered and self-sustained rural community - both materially and morally.
  • Anandalok - Welfare Centre For Mentally Handicapped  Welfare centre for the uplifting of mentally handicapped people through their development programmes for training on personal care, personal social development and vocational skill development.
  • Calcutta Foundation  Socio-cultural organisation reaching out to the under-privileged and weaker sections of Calcutta's society.
  • Ramakrishna Math Yogodyan  Yogodyan lies in the busy suburban area of Kankurgachi in Kolkata. It has become an important pilgrimage centre for devotees from across India and from overseas. It is a place where the spirit of Sri Ramakrishna is very much alive, his presence having made every inch of this place vibrant with divinity.
  • Earth Smiles.net  Earthsmiles.net is an activity around this website, which seeks to create a concern for the environment, promote sustainable living, and an awareness of the need for environmental protection of our planet. We are young people and want to work with other youth in transforming the culture of destroying the Earth, to one where action for the environment is as natural as life itself. The health of our environment is a reflection of the choices we make. We want the Earth to smile because when she does, we do too!
  • Majhihira Ashram  In Hind Swaraj in 1908 Gandhiji pointed out four defects of prevailing educational policy in India, that, it does not make men of us; it is not for the millions; it is mainly false education and it has enslaved us. Since then he has been reflecting upon what should be correct educational policy for the country. In 1937 he invited eminent educationist of the country, both his followers and bitter critics,
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