Sep 17, 2018

A Silent Revolution - Helping the helpless

Inter-school painting competition – ‘Sit and Paint’ was organized by St. Xavier’s School, Patna. 1500 students from all the major schools of Patna participated. 20 students from Shoshit Samadhan Kendra took part in senior and junior category. There were 320 participants in the senior category An SSK student got the 3rd prize in the senior category. All the leading school participated in this prestigious event. Among the judges were the legendry print-make of Bihar and the Principal of the college of Arts & Crafts, Patna. As part of the capacity building of the students, Shoshit Samadhan Kendra has introduced Arts & Craft society, literary society, music society, drama & debate society. Students of the school have volunteered to the members of the society and they mange the activities in the societies themselves.

Aug 10, 2018

Shoshit Seva Sangh has been awarded the 'Advance level GuideStar India Gold Certification'

Shoshit Seva Sangh has been awarded the advance level GuideStar India Gold Certification. GuideStar India is India’s largest and most reliable online information repository with more than 8600 NGOs. We have been awarded the prestigious Advance Level – Gold Certification Level award for 2018 and have joined India’s largest pool of credible NGOs after undergoing a rigorous due diligence process.


Gold Certification is the Advanced Level certification indicating that high level of accountability and good governance procedures are adopted by the organization. It shares in the public domain its tax returns filed within due date, audited annual accounts and auditor’s report submitted to tax authorities for two years and that there are no material qualifications in its audited accounts.


J.K. Sinha


Shoshit Seva Sangh

Jul 23, 2018

A Silent Revolution - Helping the helpless

The Foundation Day of Shoshit Samadhan Kendra, a fully free English medium residential school for the poorest of the poor run by Shoshit Seva Sangh was held on July 16, 2018. The students put-up a cultural performance in the school auditorium which included folk dance items and plays. The students performed Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar in English and a Hindi play which was an act from the Hindu epic Ramayana. More than 500 parents, guardians and community leaders from all over Bihar attended the function. Among the special invitees was the Social Welfare Minister of Bihar. Some images of the function are attached.

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