Sainath Jagriti Gramin Vikas Sansthan


Sainath Jagriti Gramin Vikas Sansthan is a voluntary organisation based in Gorakhpur, a city in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Formed in the year 2009, SJGVS is working in livelihood, health, education and handicapped sectors. In its short journey since the formation the organisation has touched many lives in its operational area.



  •  Registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, vide registration number 1340/2009-10, issued on December 31, 2009
  •  Society renewal number 1608/2014-15, issued on December 31, 2014
  •  Permanent Account Number AAEAS5130L, issued on December 31, 2009
  •  Registered under Section 12AA of Income Tax Act, 1961, on april 30, 2013. File number AA/Go/12A/2013-14/133
  •  Registered with the Department of Handicapped Welfare, Government of Uttar Pradesh, vide registration number 2384/2009-10, dated March 19, 2010
  •  Registered with NGO Partnership System of the Neeti Ayog, vide registration number UP/2013/0062608

Our Projects Area

Self-Help Groups
Agriculture
Education
ICDS

Our Leadership

Alok Kumar Srivastava

President

Poonam Misra

Secretary

Volunteer for Us


A voluntary organisation must have an active and resourceful citizen base for making a difference.

Sainath Jagriti Gramin Vikas Sansthan (SJGVS) is a voluntary organisation with a vision to provide opportunity to everyone to achieve his/her fullest potential for betterment of his/her life.

Founded in 2009, SJGVS is assiduously working for betterment of lives of rural disadvantaged communities in an area which is backward not only in the state, but also in the country. It has several achievements to its credit.

SJGVS feels that an organisation must have an active and resourceful citizen base for making a difference. As resources with SJGVS are very limited, the role of volunteerism comes in handy.

Anyone can volunteer for Disha. It is indeed immaterial if a prospective volunteer is a student, a teacher, a professional, a social scientist, or a housewife. Education or degree of prospective volunteer is also immaterial. What matters is the presence of the spirit of volunteerism in the person.