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Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women's College

Re-accredited with grade ‘A’ by NAAC
Autonomous

Unnat Bharat Aviyan

Unnat Bharat Aviyan

Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women’s College has actively participated the Unnat Bharat Abhiyan program initiated by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India

About the Program

Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is inspired by the vision of transformational change in rural development processes by leveraging knowledge institutions to help build the architecture of an Inclusive India. The Mission of “Unnat Bharat Abhiyan” is to enable higher educational institutions to work with the people of rural India in identifying development challenges and evolving appropriate solutions for accelerating sustainable growth. It also aims to create a virtuous cycle between society and an inclusive academic system by providing knowledge and practices for emerging professions and to upgrade the capabilities of both the public and the private sectors in responding to the development needs of rural India.

The main Aim of the Program:

Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women’s College aims to make the overall development of the adopted villages through the dissemination of knowledge and training. It is designed to cater the needs of rural development and making villagers self-reliant through knowledge and practice.

Objectives of the “Abhiyan”:

  • To literate the adult women villagers.
  • To make the villagers aware about different Govt. Projects from which they can get benefited.
  • To make them aware about the alternative ways of economic development.
  • To promote cultural development, and preservation.
  • To make them aware about and to arrange training programs for community health and sanitation
  • To organize Training and awareness programmes to encourage them about self-employment and entrepreneurship development.

Adopted Villages:

  • Bagdubi
  • Murakata
  • Kankabati
  • Nepura
  • Lohatikri

Salient Issues Identified:

  • Elephant infestation in the adopted villages.
  • Child marriage.
  • Lack of awareness about community health and sanitation
  • Lack of awareness about different Govt. Projects, from which they can be benefited.
  • Alcohol Addiction.
  • Lack of awareness about the importance of SC/ST Cards
  • Migration of young boys from the villages in quest of employment.

Summary of the Survey Report:

Code Village Name Type JL No Panchayat #HH Block PS Sub Division #Habitation SC Pop ST Pop Total Pop
339332 Bagdubi Rural 139 TANTIGARIA 233 Midnapore PS‐Medinipur(0011) Midnapore (Sadar) 1 415 382 1,243
339320 Murakata Rural 127 TANTIGARIA 161 Midnapore PS‐Medinipur(0011) Midnapore (Sadar) 1 77 19 710
339335 Kankabati Rural 142 TANTIGARIA 57 Midnapore PS‐Medinipur(0011) Midnapore (Sadar) 2 82 0 287
339338 Nepura Rural 145 TANTIGARIA 216 Midnapore PS‐Medinipur(0011) Midnapore (Sadar) 3 181 77 1,044
339329 Lohatikri Rural 136 TANTIGARIA 273 Midnapore PS‐Medinipur(0011) Midnapore (Sadar) 3 422 456 1,215

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VILLAGE SURVEY BY RAJA NARENDRA LAL KHAN WOMEN'S COLLEGE

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