Category Archives: General

Voluntary Org Registration and renewal

Dear Friends, Fundamental Right to freedom which includes speech and expression, assembly, association or union or cooperatives, movement, residence, and right to practice any profession or occupation (some of these rights are subject to security of the State, friendly relations … Continue reading

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CENSUS Results for Delhi

As per Census 2011 Delhi’s population is 16.8 million (2001: 13.85 million). Male: 53.53%, Female 46.47%, children (0-6) 12%. Total number of households 3.44 million (Urban 97.5% Rural : 2.5%). It is the most densely populated city, with 11320 persons … Continue reading

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Introspection

Dear Friends, We all started as Voluntary Organisation and are Registered as Public Society or Trust, as the case may be. We got NGOised in the recent three decades- thanks to World Bank. It is true that most of US … Continue reading

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NSSO 69th Survey Results

NSSO has recently come out with its 69th Survey reports. Overall results indicate better picture than the last time round. A few Key results : Urban slums have come down significantly – by almost 32% (from 49000 in 2009 to … Continue reading

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Featured Trainer of the Month

Shri Subhash Mittal volunteered for taking a GYAN sessions in Delhi on FCRA for NGOs organised by iVolunteer. He has been featured as Trainer of the Month by ivolunteer. Here is an interview given by Mr Mittal and published by … Continue reading

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UPA ready for Aadhaar battle on two flanks

Dear Friends, What is wrong if 100% coverage is aimed at without making it compulsory for the uncovered to enjoy due benefits / entitlements? Those who got Aadhar start using the same. Are there any privacy issues? Does any one … Continue reading

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Should NGOs join hands with Private Banks in their CSR efforts?

In our Country, major Banks in Private sector like ICICI, AXIS and HDFC have been in News for wrong reasons. MNBanks like HSBC have also been in the news for wrong reasons. Is it true that the Regulators cast a … Continue reading

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SEWA Bank – An All Women Bank has been functioning for almost last 30 years

Finance Minister in his Budget has proposed launch of an all Woman Bank in public sector. Perhaps, he may want to consult SEWA Bank, an all women bank serving women customers. It has been functioning since 1974. The Bank works … Continue reading

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Managing Crop Insurance

Farmer suicide is yet another indication of risky nature of farming, and one reason why many farmers wish to exit farming. Despite India having the largest programme of crop insurance in the world with more than 25 million farmers insured … Continue reading

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Producer Companies —- (1)

A Producer Company is a new format of structure devised to improve the working of agriculture sector. Over next few posts, SRRF Dialogue will look at this structure, its origins, current status and likely future developments. Hope the members would find this useful. Introduction … Continue reading

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