Achievements

  • Navjeevan Sheltered Workshop was awarded the ‘Best Sheltered Workshop Award in Marathwada’ by the Social Welfare Department.
  • Anand Bhadkamkar Trust gave an award of Rs.1,00,000/- to Navjeevan Society in appreciation for it’s good work.
  • Mrs. Nalini Shah, President and founder of Navjeevan Society has been appointed on the Local Level Committee of the National Trust of India in three Districts of Aurangabad, Nanded and Hingoli, since 2006. The Ex – Officio – Chairman of this committee is the District Collector.
  • Navjeevan Sheltered Workshop was awarded the ‘Best Sheltered Workshop Award in Marathwada’ by the Social Welfare Department.
  • Conducting camps, in Aurangabad District, for spreading awareness about brain related disorders and the provisions under National Trust Act for the persons with such disorders.
  • Verifying and awarding theLegal Guardianship for children with brain related disorders
  • Supervising the activities of the State Nodal Agency Partner of The National Trust of India
  • Verifying and approving the candidates with brain related disorders for registering under the Niramaya Yojana (Medical Insurance) of National Trust.
  • Navjeevan had been appointed as State Nodal Agency Partner of National Trust of India for 10 districts of Marathwada.

    In this capacity Navjeevan worked to spreading awareness about disability in the ten ditricts- Aurangabad, Beed, Jalna,Latur, Osmanabad ,Buldhana, Jalgaon, Hingoli,Parbhani and Nanded. Surveys were conducted, workshops were organized and all important information about disability, various Government Schemes under National Trust Act -1999 etc was given. Awareness was created through programs like street plays, rallies. Badte Kadam, a rally was organized in Aurangabad which registered a participation of 1500 people.

    Achievements

    Education to Every Child

    We have always targeted all our efforts mainly towards social and economic rehabilitation of our trainees. After many years of tireless efforts to create awareness about mental retardation, we have finally succeeded in rehabilitating some of our trainees. To mention a few.

  • Conducting camps, in Aurangabad District, for spreading awareness about brain related disorders and the provisions under National Trust Act for the persons with such disorders.
  • Two boys, Mangesh Maeed and Mangesh Bhalerao were given placement in a factory two years ago. (The co – operation received from the director of the company needs to be mentioned here). One still continues to work there while the other having gained self-confidence from the job has put up a small store of pressure cooker with help from his family.
  • Samiksha Deshpande learnt crochet and knitting in school and now earns her living by using this skill. She puts her stall in different exhibitions and also takes orders.
  • who worked in the tailoring department for ten years, is now doing simple stitching job with a tailor.
  • Bhikan Vispute, who developed work behaviour by training in the VTC is working as a helper in a warehouse.
  • Ganesh Kharat, helps his mother to run a Mess.
  • Mukund Kulkarni works as a watchman in a small unit in the industrial area.
  • Mudatsir runs a photocopy shop of his own.
  • Makrand Tilwankar works in a grocery shop.
  • Anand Kulkarni assists his father in their grocery shop.
  • Ashish Bhale runs a stationary shop.
  • Mayuri Khadke works in a super market.
  • Ankush Chopde works as a waiter on a Pav bhaji stall.
  • Ajinkya Aghav works in a factory as a contract labour.
  • Dinky Kaurani runs a separate counter of shoes in her father’s garment shop.
  • Mukta Nyaydhish mamages all her house chores after being trained in the Home Science Unit.
  • You can help lots of people by donating little.