Relief and Rural Services

As with the earlier years Vidyapith conducted Old garments-distribution during 02 January, 2018 to 21 January, 2018. Altogether 494 Belt, 1218 Blazer, 310 Jacket, 1188 Shirts, 205 Sweaters, 190 Sweat Shirt, 1973 Trousers, 118 T-Shirt, 47 Wills Men Jacket, 1668 Wills Men Shirt, 11 Wills Men Sweater, 1376 Wills Trouser, 807 Wills T- Shirt, 1021 Women Dress, 83 Women Jeagins, 252 Women Leg-ins, 1065 Women Shirt and 586 Women Trousers were distributed among poor people of Deoghar and remote villages. More than 4150 devotees and needy people were fed during the Nara-Narayana Seva on the occasions of Mahastami Day, Saraswati Puja, Sri Ramakrishna’s Tithi Puja, Sri Sarada Devi’s Tithi Puja, and Swami Vivekananda’s Tithi Puja.

 

Ex-students of Ramakrishna Mission Vidyapith, Deoghar participated in a Medical Camp at Khapchua Village, Mohanpur Block on the outskirts of Deoghar Town on 09 February 2018. A total of about 600 patients attended the camp. A total of 1500 persons of the area were served lunch on that day. Lunch and medicine were sponsored by Vidyapith Praktani.

Mobile Medical Van

A Mobile Medical Van, ‘Arogya’, equipped with B.P. Machine, Weight Machine and Oxygen Cylinder, cater to the needy and poor people of the remote villages throughout the year. Visiting doctors and staff of the Sarada Charitable dispensary visit one such village on every Tuesday/Thursday. The synopsis of patients treated during 2017-18 is given below:

Male Female Child SC ST Other Total
Total 619 784 861 263 1722 279 2264

Education Service for nearby villages

The Vivekananda Balakendra has extended its services to other villages outside Deoghar, where teachers coach the needy students. The details, as at present, are:

Name of village Total no. of students Boys Girls
Bhagawanpur 24 (ST)

 

17

 

07

 

Rampur 34 (ST)

 

14

 

20

 

Gidhni 50 (SC; OBC)

 

27

 

23

 

Ghoshpur I 39 (ST)

 

19 20
Ghoshpur II 40 (ST)

 

20 20
Karijhak

 

35(ST)

 

16

 

19

 

Saraiya

 

31 (ST)

 

11

 

20

 

Pathri 39 (ST)

 

16

 

23

 

Khapchua 35 (ST) 13 22