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Health Care Service

ONE among the abundant challenges in the healthcare sector in India has been the lack of access to quality services for the poor and marginalized communities. This has been largely due to dismal investment in public healthcare which is just at 1% of the GDP — among the lowest in the world.

In a report published by WHO, of India’s 1 in 10 Indians develop Cancer. Among other health problems in India cancer cases have shown to follow an increasing trends. Oncology tretments are heavy on pocket. Cataract is also very common in worldwide and responsible for 17.7 million Indians blindness. Thus to bring the ray of hope to these deprived people we have started our optimistic project SARANI HEALTH CARE. We cannot watch & figure out how many people are struggling for treatments & how many are stressed till their last breath! Come & join us for this moral cause in support of this chronically needy segment of our society who need your kind support to live a beautiful life with us on this planet many more years.

Your Donation for SARANI HEALTH CARE
Bring smile and new hope for many more
·       We accept minimum donation of Rs. 100 in this project

Donations to us are tax-deductible under Section 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act.

Bank Name: Canara Bank, Branch: Salt Lake, A/C name/no: Sarani/ 110007943405  
IFCS Code: CNRB0019598
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  • In 1986 Sarani financially helped some leprosy patients of Ranchi Cheshire Home
  • In 2005 Sarani organized its 1st free eye camp with active participation of St. Jhon Ambulance Brigrade.
  •  In 2011 Sarani extended its free medical service towards almost Six hundred patients of Slum areas.
  • In 2013 Sarani donated Rs. 30,000/- to an unprivileged 5 year old cancer patient of Soraj Gupta Cancer Hospital. 
  • In 2014, Rs. 40,000/- was given to 3 unfortunate destitute cancer patients of Soroj Gupta Cancer Hospital
  • The year 2015 witnessed 12 free medical camps with medicines organized by Sarani, old clothes had been distributed to Adyapith Sangha and Bharat Sevashram. This year Sarani could provide Rs. 93,500/- as medical support to 10 cancer patients of S.G. Cancer Hospital and Netaji Subhash Bose Cancer Reserch Institute.
  • In 2016 Rs. 1,20,000/- was given for the treatment of 8 needy cancer patients. Rs. 30,000/- was donated to 3 Thalasemia and Homophilia patients of Basanti (Sundarban). Through out the year 26 free medical camps were held in different slum areas.
  • Total 24 medical camps were arranged in the 2017. Medicines are donated by East India PharmaceuticalDr. A.N. Mondal, Mr. D. Ashis of Hatkora Medical Bank, Dr. Dilip Ghosh, Dr. T. K. Saha, Mr, Goutam Bhattacharya, Dr. S. Guha Neogi and Panacea Laboratory.The Doctors who made these camps possible are Dr. Anila Dutta Gupta, Dr. Anima Dutta Roy, Dr. Nupur Biswas, Dr. Jharna Pal chowdhury, Dr. A.K. Modok, Dr. Manju Gupta and Dr. Latika Sinha.
  • Our medical camp organized for the benefit of sex-workers of Sonagachi (Kolkata) on 24th December 2017.
  •  On 4th January 2018 a health Camp held at a slum area of Salt Lake, AJ Block. There medical help extended to poor children of maid servants and van-pullers of that area.
  • On 7th, 13th, 14th and 27th of January’ 2018 another four medical camps organized in the interest of the destitute diseased people of Ahiritola, Basanti Colony, Muraripukur and Dum Dum Cant respectively.
  • 10 cancer children of destitute unfortunate families who were sent by Saroj Gupta Cancer Hospital of Thakurpukur and N.S.B. Cancern Hospital received the donation of Rs.l,20,000/- from Sarani. Another 5 selected cancer patients of Chittaranjan Cancer Hospital, N.R.S. and Safdarjung were donated 35,000/- from Sarani. So, total donation for Cancer patients is Rs.1,55,000/-.
  • OPD started in our new branch Kumkuma Village, Birbhum, during pandemic to serve many more.


“Education is a movement from darkness to light” ~   Allan Bloom

Sarani Education Project: to illuminates all

Education means transforming of knowledge, skill, habits from one generation to other through the process of teaching and learning. Education is a major factor contributing to the process of national and individual development. When a child is able to go to school today, he or she sets off a cycle of positive changes. An educated child stays away from an early marriage and is empowered to stand up against exploitation. As children grow, they are able to make better choices for themselves and influence the communities they live in. This transforms their present life and ensures a secure future for them and finally the country prosper.

But even today, one of the major problems is widespread illiteracy. In addition to this, Despite the Right to Education (RTE) Act coming into force in 2010, access to education for every child remains a huge concern in the country. The following are statistics that portray the seriousness of the situation:

  • The literacy rate in India stands at 74.04% (Census, 2011).
  • The National Dropout Rate at the Elementary Level is over 40% (DISE, 2011-12).
  • 1 in 4 children of school-going age is out of school in our country (Census 2011)
  • There are 10.13 million child laborers between 5-14 years in India (Census 2011)
  • 1 in every 3 child brides in the world is a girl in India (UNICEF)

We, the Sarani team taken initiative to illuminates all in light of education. Already we reach many deserving students to continue their study through our stipend program. In rural area our new project is English medium pre-primary school. As rural children are deprived to get quality education. In near future we will reach many more deserving students with our scholarship, stipend and providing educational kits.

Some Our Work in Sarani Education Project: to illuminates all

  • Sarani began in 1973its voyage by giving financial aid to 18 poor but meritorious students of Sister Nivedita SchoolBani Bhavan Senior Training and Lady Abda Bose Balika Vidyalaya.
  • In 1976 Sarani again gave financial help to needy students of Nivedita School.
  • In 1978 poor students of Medinipur received Sarani’s stipendKumar Arah Primary School of a remote of Panskura village was benefitted by Sarani in 1980. In 1982 Sarani gave a donation to Ranchi Nirmala Sishu Bhavan.
  • In 2009, 10 poor meritorious student received stipend.
  • Since 2010 Sarani introduced an Annual Trophy in memory of its Path Finder Monidra kumar Maity. This prize is presented each year to a student selected by Sarani for his/her strong and good character.
  • On and from 2010 Sarani began to offer Special financial support to down trodden meritorious students in memory of its Founder Late Dr. Krishnapada Sarkar. This year Sarani donated Rs. 15,000/- to the needy students of Purba Sukutia Balika Vidyalaya of Panskura.
  • During 2012 Sarani donated educational materials to Bidhannagar Vidyadhari Vidyalaya, and Bidhannagar Ananda Tirtha Vidyalaya. Story books had been donated to Banishree Library of Panskura. Financial Support of Rs.15,000/- was given to 5 sudents of Panskura Raghunath Bari School.
  • Three Solar Lamps were given to that Ashram and a student of a remote village.
  • In 2014,  Rs. 40,000/- was donated as educational stipend to poor but meritorious students. Study materials was given to the students of a primary school.
  • Sarani started English medium Pre-primary school at kumkuma village, Birbhum in 2021.

Our small offering to MAA Saraswati…….as our mission to illuminates all in light of education