TRUSTNGO DEVELOPMENT CONSULTANTS

Subtitle

               EXPERT SERVICES & CURRENT PROJECTS

 

 EXPERT SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR:

Project Identification, Project Planning, project preparation, Implementation, Documentations, Grant-In-Aid, Foreign Funding, Fund Raising, Training Programs, Networking, Evaluation, Monitoring, Market Research, Social Studies, Networking, liaison work, Resource Person, Volunteers etc.

New Society / NGO / VO / Trust / RWA / Magazines /Newspapers Registrations.

*Chartered Accounts Services, Computerized Accounting, Auditing, Balance Sheets, Income Tax Returns, Exemptions U/S 80-G, 1C, FCRA, Finance etc.

 

Please note we are not any government agency Nor the agents promising you 100% sanctioning of projects:*

 

We Deals in following types of registration and certifications:-

  1. Registration / Amendment
    • Society (Societies Registration Act 1860)
    • Trust (Indian Trust Act1882)
    • Section 25 B Company (Non Profit Company)
    • Firm (Partnership / Proprietorship)
    • Pvt. / Ltd. Company
    • Registration U/S 12-A of Income Tax Act
    • Registration U/S 80-G of Income Tax Act
    • Registration U/S 35 AC of Income Tax Act
    • FCRA Certification
    • RNI Number
    • PAN (NGO/ Trust/ Company/ Firms/ Individuals)
    • ESI
    • Provident Fund
    • Trademark, Copyright & Service mark
    • Import- Export Code
    • Service Tax
    • Domain Name
  2. Documentation
    • Project Proposal
    • Project Report
    • Event Report
    • Planning / Policy Document
    • Concept Note
    • Presentation / NGO Profile
    • Brochure & Booklet
  3. Accountancy & Finance
    • Financial Consultancy
    • Accounting
    • Balance Sheet
    • Income Tax Return ( NGO/ Trust/ Company/ Firms/ Individuals)
    • Utilization Certificate
    • Budgeting
  4. Other Services
    • NGO Setup, Professional advise & Consultancy as per requirements
    • NGO Project Development, Execution & Support
    • NGO Event Management
    • Project Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Website designing as per client requirements

 

 

TRUSTNGO-AN INTRODUCTION

TRUSTNGO Consultants is a Consultancy Services  firm based in Delhi, Promoted by Mr.C.L.Maurya, a qualified Development Professional, having a vast experience in working with the Government Sector,  National and International Organizations & a team of Devoted Professionals from various field of Development Sector. Professionals like Development Experts, Subject Matter Specialists, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretary, Advocates, Banking People are associated with the Firm to deliver services at affordable cost to our valued service partners spread all over the country.

Primarily it works for Voluntary, Development and Corporate sector. TRUSTNGO believes in providing quality professional services to its Partner organization at an affordable consultancy charges. OUR services include: Project Identification, Project Planning, project preparation, Implementation, Documentations, Grant-In-Aid, Foreign Funding, Fund Raising, Training Programs, Networking, Evaluation, Monitoring, Market Research, Social Studies, Networking, liaison work, Resource Person, Volunteers etc.

 HEAD OFFICE:

TRUSTNGO Projects & Development Consultants

310,Wadhwa Complex, D-288-289/10, Laxmi Nagar Metro Station Gate No:1 Gali No-10, Vikas Marg, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi - 110092

 CONTACTS & COMMUNICATIONS:

Mr C L Maurya: +(91)9968396002

Land Line: +(91)-(11)-22440186

EMAIL: [email protected]

website:www.trustngo.webs.com 

 

 

 

 
  DEAR FRIENDS, PROFESSIONALS , VOLUNTEERS & FIELD NGOs:

FUNDING OPPORTUNITY OF THE NEW FINANCIAL YEAR
2015-2016

 

From:

C.L.Maurya

(TRUSTNGO Projects & Development Consultants), Delhi-110092
Mob: 08527243980 (011-22440186)

1-    Email: [email protected]

2-    Email [email protected]

 Website: http://trustngo.com/

http://www.trustngo.webs.com

 

To,

CEO/ Directors/Social Entrepreneurs,

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are in the Third quarter of funding and grant-in-aid to NGOs/ Trusts and other charitable organizations including nonprofit companies. This is the crucial time to get ahead for mobilization of funds for your organization. As New Government has completed one year and strategic changes are visible and the organizations will have to adopt themselves in that pattern to get the maximum from the existing Government policies and projects.

 

Skilling India slogan has started taking shape, most of funds are pooled for empowering India. Just announced Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana has been launched with an outlay of Rs.1500 crore. This will be the flagship scheme for skill training of youth to be implemented by the new Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.

 

Further It is to bring to your kind information that in order to bring transparency while identifying suitable/capable organizations, the several department/ministries have introduced the evaluation criteria for identifying the suitable agency for funding.

 

You are advised to go through the each and every point and get yourself prepared for the competitive grading. Basically it is to remind you that you may improve your chances of selection for grant in aid from Ministries/ Department by following the revised guidelines, in the mean it is the time to remove the short comings in your organization /profile, so as to make your NGO more competitive:

                                                                                                                

You can improve the chances of getting selected/ shortlisted for funding by the following tips:

1.    Compile all your relevant documents, certificates and develop an impressive Brief profile of your NGO

2.    Do check proper renewal and validity of certificates, Unique id number, Pan number of organization as well as all the members of governing body, Tan number, online  registration with CSWB, MOSJ, Ministry of culture and others, proper IT return (including FC return), recheck whether all your assets of the organization are covered in your audit, check if you have any revenue income in your balance sheet as many government ministries are very strict in terms of revenue income while applying for grants. If not applied for 12A & 80G, don’t delay its worth to get it early as early possible

3.    Get your organisation empanelled with the National CSR Hub at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), you can download the Partner Organisation Empanelment Form from their Website.

4.    Get registered under FCRA and Mobilize foreign funds

5.    Get ISO 9000 Certification for your agency

6.    Import  Export  Code  Number assigned by Director General of Foreign Trade

7.    Keep work record / government sanctioning as proof and try to work with various agencies so as to establish your NGO as multisectoral and dynamic

8.    Give priority to women members/ SC/ST/ registered artisans/entrepreneur having expertise in handicraft in your organization and get proper proof from registrar office.

9.    Explore the possibility of developing office infrastructure in other states too

10.  Maintain proper staff registers with attendance sheet.

11.  Start a website in the name of your Organization and get the valid domain and hosting certificate as a record.

12.  Start SHG formation and get them linked with any scheduled bank preferable newly opened MAHILA BANK so as to mobilize micro credit for your NGO as well as to your beneficiaries

13.  Do think of your individual social and entrepreneurial skill & strength, socio-entrepreneurship plan and find one USP to make your organization self-sustainable even if there is no any grant.

14.  Develop a habit of writing at least 5-10 proposals/letters to concerned department/agencies/corporate/individual donors every month to see results in 6 months.

15.  Try and try to generate funds for your charity as the beneficiaries need to be helped by you the leader!!!!!!

Wish you all the best

Should you need further information and professional help in all the matters as above, please do contact Us: [email protected]

Thanks & Regards

 

C.L.Maurya
Mob: 08527243980 (011-22440186)

email: [email protected]

Website: 

Website: http://www.trustngo.webs.com

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HEAD OFFICE:

TRUSTNGO Projects & Development Consultants

310,Wadhwa Complex, D-288-289/10, Laxmi Nagar Metro Station Gate No:1 Gali No-10, Vikas Marg, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi - 110092

 

Let’s start mobilizing funds for your charity today!

3rd quarter of 2015-16

Current opportunities for Trust/Ngo/Societies/charitable companies/CSR initiatives

 

 

 

Opportunity No-1

NASSCOM Foundation inviting you to be a part of the BigTech Software Donations Program by
NASSCOM Foundation. We are giving this opportunity to Not For Profits, Societies,
Sanstha and Trusts across India. Currently, we have reached more than 3000 NGOs.
BigTech software will reduce your costs, increase your organizational capacity, and
foster better team collaboration, so you can do more good and create more impact.
To Register with NASSCOM Foundation use link given below:
www.bigtech.nasscomfoundation.org to register
your organization.
Registration is one-time & FREE. Once the NGO is qualified, they can choose from
over 100 products that are currently being donated by different technology
companies.
After registration, please send us the following documents for qualification:
* Registration certificate
* PAN number
* URL of the website, if you don't have a website then send the Annual Report of the last two years
* FCRA certificate (if available) which is mandatory for our country donors

 

 

Opportunity No-2

 

Government of India

Ministry of Minority Affairs

Notice Inviting Proposals for Empanelment under Free Coaching and Allied Scheme for the year 2015-16

I. Ministry of Minority Affairs invites proposals in the prescribed format for empanelment from eligible Coaching Institutions for providing Coaching to minority students for Competitive Examinations under the scheme of "Free Coaching and Allied Scheme" during the year 2015-16.

2.           The Coaching Institutions, who were empaneled by the Ministry since 2013-14, need not apply afresh.

3.           Private organizations/ NGOs shall submit proposals through the concerned State/UT Governments. The State Government shall forward the recommended proposals to Under Secretary (FC), 11 th Floor, Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi — 110003. Government institutions may send the proposal directly to the Ministry on the given address. The last date for submission of proposal to the Ministry is 16th October. 2015 (Friday) till 5:00 p.m.

 

 

Opportunity No-3

No. 2-29/2015-MAEF

Government of India

Ministry of Minority Affairs

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

(CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)

 India

Project : Nai Manzil Scheme

Project  # P156363

Date:24th September, 2015

 Subject:  Technical Selection and Empanelment of Programme Implementation Agency/Agencies

(PIA/PIAs) for implementation of Nai Manzil Scheme of Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA)

Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours from

10.00 to 17.00 hours

3.      Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form and should include firm’s demonstrated capacity to provide the required expertise. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below through registered post/speed post/ courier/by hand as hard copy and CD by 15th October, 2015 till 1700 hrs.

Address: Under Secretary (FC),

Ministry of Minority Affairs,

Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex,

Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Tel: +91-11-24364310

E-mail: [email protected] 

 

Opportunity No-4

No. 2-26/2015-MAEF

Government of India

Ministry of Minority Affairs

 

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

(CONSULTING SERVICES – FIRMS SELECTION)

 

India

Project :Nai Manzil Scheme

Project  # P156363

Date:23rd September, 2015

 

Subject:  Hiring of Consulting Firm for Providing Project Management Services for Implementation of Nai Manzil Scheme of Ministry of Minority Affairs (MoMA)

 

 Further information can be obtained at the address below during office hours from

10.00 to 17.00 hours

 

3.      Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form and should include firm’s demonstrated capacity to provide the required expertise. Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below through registered post/speed post/ courier/ by Hand in hard copy and CD by 12/10/2015 till 1700 hrs.

 

Address: Under Secretary (FC),

Ministry of Minority Affairs,

Paryavaran Bhawan, CGO Complex,

Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Tel: +91-11-24364310 E-mail: [email protected]

 

Opportunity No-5

F. No. 2/39 (6)-2015-Free Coaching

Government of India

Ministry of Minority Affairs

Notice Inviting Proposals for Empanelment under focused preparation of minority students at classes I I th and 12 th with science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology and /or Mathematics) under New Compgnent of Free Coaching and Allied Scheme for the year 2015-16

I. Ministry of Minority Affairs invites proposals in the prescribed format for empanelment from eligible School, Colleges, Institution etc running in the State/UTs viz. Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Delhi and Tamilnadu and are affiliated •vs Ith CBSE/ICSE/SEB for focused preparation for class I I th and 12 û' with science subjects for the studer:ts belonging to notified minority community for providing Coaching to minority students for Competitive Examinations under the scheme oft'Free Coaching and Allied Scheme"during the year 2015-16.

 

 

Opportunity No-6

 

 No. 5-1/2015-(R) STATISTICS

Government of India

Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment

Department of Social Justice and Empowerment

(Statistics Division)

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West Block VIII, 2nd Floor, 

Deputy Director-General  2nd Wing,  R.K.Puram,   Tele. 2610 9063                 New Delhi- 110 066

                       Dated: 25 August,  2015

 Subject: Priority areas for evaluation of schemes/programmes of Department of Social Justice & Empowerment in the field of Scheduled Castes and Social Defence during 2015-16- Reg.

 

The Department of Social Justice and Empowerment invites proposals from Universities/ Organisations/ Institutions/ NGOs for undertaking evaluation studies on the following schemes/ programmes:  

You are requested to send the Technical and Financial Bids separately of the proposal in both hard as well as soft copy as per the Format through Speed Post/Registered Post only latest by the 24 September, 2015  to the undersigned.  Proposals incomplete in any respect and received after the due date will not be considered.  

 

For further details please contact us:

 

*Ministry of social justice is accepting proposals:

Urgent Online Submission of application for the Finanacial Year 2015-16 has been enabled. NGO may Submit online applications for 2015-16 only

·         Deendayal Disabled Rehabilitation Scheme(DDRS)

·         Assistance to Disabled Persons for Purchase/ Fitting of Aids and Appliances(ADIP)

·         Prevention of Alcoholism and Substance(Drugs) Abuse

·         Integrated Programme for Older Persons (IPOP)

·         Grant in Aid to Voluntary Organisations working for Scheduled Castes

·         Assistance to Voluntary Organizations for Welfare of OBCs

 

Contact for details…

 

 

Opportunity No-7

 

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, MINISTRY OF CULTURE: CULTURAL FUNCTIONS GRANT SCHEME (CFGS)

Ministry of Culture operates ‘Scheme for Financial Assistance for Seminars, Festivals and Exhibitions on Cultural Subjects by Not-for-Profit Organizations’ or Cultural Functions Grant Scheme, ‘CFGS’ in short. The scheme provides financial support for seminars, research, workshops, festivals and exhibitions, etc. organized by Not-for-Profit organizations including Societies, Trusts and Universities Departments/Centres. The Government assistance is limited to 75% of the project cost with a ceiling of Rs. 5 lakhs. Applications under the scheme can be made round the year.

The details of the Scheme as well as Application Forms are available on the website of the Ministry: www.indiaculture.nic.in Organisations (excepting University Departments/Centres) that want to apply under the Scheme will first need to http://indiaculture.nic.in/indiaculture/pdf/advtcfgs.pdf

 

Opportunity No-8

EDP- Entrepreneurship Development Program from ministry of food processing

Since the Ministry is emphasizing the processing of agro product into value added products with a view to reduce the wastage of agricultural produce and increase in the income of farmers, it requires to train the farmers and prospective entrepreneurs / unemployed youth in an intensive manner so as to sensitise them to the idea of value addition, food processing and encourage them to establish food processing industries. To achieve these objectives, the integrated frame work of EDP in the 12th plan will have the following activities:-

(a) The trainees would be selected on the basis of the interest shown

by them for a regular six week EDP to be conducted at the block /

sub divisional/ district head quarters. This six week EDP would

have the following three components:

(i) four  weeks EDP programme.

(ii) One year follow up programme.

(iii) Higher level of sector specific training in reputed institutions e.g. CFTRI / IITs / Universities, Colleges etc based on requirement.

 

Opportunity No-9

Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana : The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today gave its approval for the Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) with an outlay of Rs.1500 crore. This will be the flagship scheme for skill training of youth to be implemented by the new Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship through the National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC). The scheme will cover 24 lakh persons. Skill training would be done based on the National Skill Qualification Framework (NSQF) and industry led standards. Under the scheme, a monetary reward is given to trainees on assessment and certification by third party assessment bodies. The average monetary reward would be around Rs.8000 per trainee

 

Opportunity No-10

Water for all- a social business proposal from a company to support your sustainable activity and gainful employment for your staff & volunteers: basic objective is to promote low cost Eco-friendly water filter to semi urban & rural area under a viable business plan mode: the product and project to promote/sale low cost Eco-friendly water (Iron &Arsenic) filter which is developed by the GOI. The project is being supported by Govt of India, CSIR(IIMT), CIPET, Department of Science and Technology and IIT Chennai.

 

 

Opportunity No-11

Community radio station: The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued the guidelines for granting licenses to well establish educational institutions/organizations like Universities and Institutes of Technology/Management and residential schools recognized by the Central Government or the State Government.

 

 

Opportunity No-12

Grant Of Financial Assistance For Administering Road Safety Programmes upto 50 lakh

 

 

Opportunity No-13

Participation & Empanelment with Swachh_Bharat_Mission For IEC Activities, Capacity Building, Construction of Individual Household Latrines, Rural Sanitary Marts, Production Centers, Self Help Groups

 

Opportunity No-14

Legal awareness programs from national commission for women

 

 

Opportunity No-15

Scheme of Studies, Seminars, Evaluation, etc. for Implementation of Education Policy. Registrar, NUEPA National University of Educational Planning and Administration 17-B, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi-110016 Email: [email protected]

 

Opportunity No-16……………..and many more………..

 

 

Business Proposals:

1-   Work: Distribution of LED Bulbs

Prakash Path Yojna ( e-Gov )

 We will share the data (Name, Number, and Address) of the person’s area wise who have registered for LED Scheme.

·  Person will verify the CA number of the consumer master database as updated at the time of pre-registration.

·  IN Case of EMI, person will collect Rs. 10 per LED

·  We can give upto 3 bulbs per  household in Uttar Pradesh.

·  Company Rate:  Rs 3 / Per bulb

·  The person will go with Tablet and make the online entry and lock the CA number of the customer, take the photograph of the person to whom he is giving and latest electricity bill without arrear in case the consumer opt for EMI.

·  Issue the Receipt to the Consumer and take the money and handover the bulbs.

·  Deposit all the money to the Company in the evening and stock report.

·  Business Consulting Fees Applicable per districts

2-   Work Profile:- Survey of Radio frequency range in Tower.

Work Load:- NO Limit, Work will be provide as your Capacity.

Payout:- 2500-3000 per Survey

Billing Cycle – Monthly.

Location – Pan India.

Work Duration :-Lifetime VendorShip.       

Sign up – Direct End Company.

 

project detail 2:-

Work Profile- 2G to 3G - 3G to 4G Conversion in Tower

Please go through a few key points for SAMSUNG - ONE GO PROJECT, which are as follows :-

PAN India project, teams will be required in terms of priority basis, whereas, all vendors are welcomed but please make sure we reach maximum number of vendors in top priority zone.

 

P1 - Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Maharastra (excluding Mumbai as its a separate zone), Mumbai, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh ( Telangana included), Odisha. 

P2 - Rajasthan, Delhi, U.P. (east & west).

P3 - Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu

 

Target for big vendors*

Each vendor have to provide minimum 3 to 4 teams or complete at least 2 circles in each state. Each team includes 2 engineers, 1 technician & 3 riggers.

Training will be provided by MNC itself for EMF ( Electro-Magnetic field), rest of the training will be provided by Samsung Itself.

1 Team will get 15-16 sites  minimum in the field to operate.

We have a golden opportunity for you to give a boom to your business as we are receiving huge business opportunity from Samsung as a One Go project.

 

One Go project states that I&C +ATP+ EMF in one Go.   (If EMF expertise is not there, Samsung will provide the training for the same).

Training from Samsung will start from First week of Aug and allocation will be surely from 15th Aug.

For this we require your extreme support in terms of Teams deployment (20+ Atleast) according to your preference, so that huge count of team can be made available.

 

Below mention is the rate for the activity, and team configuration. Please have a look,  we have not make any changes and created a single rate for PAN india.

 

 

OTHER NGO Supporting Agencies within India:

FOR DETAILS YOU CLICK THE LINK TO GET THE DETAILS FROM ORIGINAL WEBSITE:

 

Take action today itself!  Tomorrow may be late! If u need further assistance for Project Identification, Project Planning, project preparation, Implementation, Documentations, Grant-In-Aid, Foreign Funding, Fund Raising, Training Programs, Networking, Evaluation, Monitoring, Market Research, Social Studies, Networking, liaison work, Resource Person, Volunteers etc. Professionals like Development Experts, Subject Matter Specialists, Chartered Accountants, Company Secretary, Advocates, Banking People are associated with the Firm to deliver services at affordable cost to our valued service partners spread all over the country are always ready to serve your organization.

You may contact us for the following services too:

 

AICTE Approvals, NCVT (National Council of Vocational Training) National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) Funding Support, NSDC UDAAN To provide exposure to the graduates and post graduates of Jammu and Kashmir to the best of corporate India, DGET Directorate General of Employment & Training consultancy, Skill Development Initiative Scheme (Sdis), Advanced Vocational Training, DGET Modular Employable Skills (MES), Skill Development Initiative Scheme ,Industrial Training Institute, DVET - Directorate Of Vocational Education & Training ,  UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION (UGC) Recognition, getting approval of different Sector Skill councils of India and getting it approved under PMKVY (Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojna)

1          Agriculture Sector Skill Council

2          Apparel Sector Skill Council

3          Automotive Sector Skill Council

4          Beauty & Wellness Sector Skill Council

5          BFSI Sector Skill Council

6          Capital Goods Sector Skill Council

7          Construction Sector Skill Council

8          Electronics Sector Skill Council

9          Gems & Jewellery Sector Skill Council

10        Healthcare Sector Skill Council

11        Handicrafts Sector Skill Council

12        Iron & Steel Sector Skill Council

13        IT-ITES Sector Skill Council

14        Infrastructure Sector Skill Council

15        Leather Sector Skill Council

16        Logistics Sector Skill Council

17        Life Science Sector Skill Council

18        Media & Entertainment Sector Skill Council

19        Mining Sector Skill Council

20        Plumbing Sector Skill Council

21        Power Sector Skill Council

22        Retail Sector Skill Council

23        Rubber Sector Skill Council

24        Sports Sector Skill Council

25        Security Sector Skill Council

26        Telecom Sector Skill Council

27        Textile Sector Skill Council

28        Tourism & Hospitality Sector Skill Council

           

 

  Contact us…….

 

Wish you all the best

Should you need further information and professional help in all the matters as above, please do contact Us: [email protected]

Thanks & Regards

 

C.L.Maurya
Mob: 08527243980 (011-22440186)

 

HEAD OFFICE:

TRUSTNGO Projects & Development Consultants

310,Wadhwa Complex, D-288-289/10, Laxmi Nagar Metro Station Gate No:1 Gali No-10, Vikas Marg, Laxmi Nagar, Delhi – 110092 India

 

 

 

 

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1-Food Processing and Training Centers (FPTC)

2- Entrepreneurship Development Programmes (EDPs).

  



ROUTINE PROJECTS: CURRENT PROJECTS HAVING OPPORTUNITIES IN CURRENT FINANCIAL YEAR: 2015-16

 

Projects and opportunities for your organization in various Departments/ Ministry and other developmental activities:

 

Sn

Name Of The Department

Project Value (Approx)

Project Identification and Project Development Charges (As Per Project/Trust/NGO File)

1

Ministry Of Food Processing

4-15 Lakh

Rs.5,000-12,000

2

Dalit Foundation

3-5 Lakh

Rs.5,000-10,000

3

National Commission For Women

1-3 Lakh

Rs.5,000-10,000

4

Department Of Science & Technology

5-20lakh

Rs.10,000-25,000

5

Ministry Of Social Justice And Empowerment

3-20lakh

Rs.5,000-15,000

6

National Institute Of Public Cooperation & Child Development

2-20 Lakh

Rs.5, 000-10,000

7

Animal Welfare Board

20-25 Lakh

Rs.5,000-15,000

8

Projects on organic farming

0.5 –3 lakh

Rs. 5,000- 15,000

DIRECT PROJECTS

  1. Rajiv Gandhi Foundation
  1. Dalit Foundation
  1. Rashtrya Mahila Kosh
  1. National Commission For Minorities
  1. Department Of Science And Technology
  1. National Medicinal Plants Board
  1. Animal Welfare Board
  1. Seminar (Tribal)
  1. Seminar And Research From Department Of Women And Children
  1. Consumer Welfare Fund
  1. Research (ministry of Tribal)
  1. Research And  Rural Business Hubs (Panchayat Raj)
  1. Seminar (Bio-Technology)
  1. Seminar (Environment & Forest)
  1. Rural Innovation Fund (Nabard)
  1. National Children Fund
  1. Capart
  1. Maulana Azad Foundation
  1. Birth Day Celebaration (Ministry Of Culture )
  1. Ncpul
  1. National Commission On Population

 Other than the above central sector direct projects there are many opportunities in the state level funding sources too.

We can help the organizations to avail foreign Grants and FCRA No. too.

 documents required to prepare the project reports and support documents

 

EXPERT SERVICES AVAILABLE FOR:

Project Identification, Project Planning, project preparation, Implementation, Documentations, Grant-In-Aid, Foreign Funding, Fund Raising, Training Programs, Networking, Evaluation, Monitoring, Market Research, Social Studies, Networking, liaison work, Resource Person, Volunteers etc.

New Society / NGO / VO / Trust / RWA / Magazines /Newspapers Registrations.

*Chartered Accounts Services, Computerized Accounting, Auditing, Balance Sheets, Income Tax Returns, Exemptions U/S 80-G, 12A, FCRA,

 

Please note we are not any government agency or the agents promising you 100% sanctioning of projects:*

We Deals in following types of registration and certifications:-

  1. Registration / Amendment
    • Society (Societies Registration Act 1860)
    • Trust (Indian Trust Act1882)
    • Section 25 B Company (Non Profit Company)
    • Firm (Partnership / Proprietorship)
    • Pvt. / Ltd. Company
    • Registration U/S 12-A of Income Tax Act
    • Registration U/S 80-G of Income Tax Act
    • Registration U/S 35 AC of Income Tax Act
    • FCRA Certification
    • RNI Number
    • PAN (NGO/ Trust/ Company/ Firms/ Individuals)
    • ESI
    • Provident Fund
    • Trademark, Copyright & Service mark
    • Import- Export Code
    • Service Tax
    • Domain Name
  2. Documentation
    • Project Proposal
    • Project Report
    • Event Report
    • Planning / Policy Document
    • Concept Note
    • Presentation / NGO Profile
    • Brochure & Booklet
  3. Accountancy & Finance
    • Financial Consultancy
    • Accounting
    • Balance Sheet
    • Income Tax Return ( NGO/ Trust/ Company/ Firms/ Individuals)
    • Utilization Certificate
    • Budgeting
  4. Other Services
    • NGO Setup, Professional advise & Consultancy as per requirements
    • NGO Project Development, Execution & Support
    • NGO Event Management
    • Project Monitoring & Evaluation
    • Website designing as per client requirements

 

FOREIGN FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR NGOS IN INDIA

 

2011-12  FOREIGN FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

 

  

S.N.

Project code

Last Date

Details of the foreign funding agency and project

1.      

26

 

 

17 October2011

USAID funding opportunity for Innovations in Gender Equality to promote Household Food Security Program…….contact For further Details…….


2.      

27

17 October 2011

United States Institute of Peace seeks proposals for The Jennings Randolph (JR) Senior Fellowship Program from a variety of professionals …….contact For further Details…….

3.      

28

19 October 2011

Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center seeks applications for Program Associates for participation in FY2011 Program for Human Resource Development in Asia for Peacebuilding…….contact For further Details…….

4.      

29

21 October 2011

International Journal Gender & Development invites Papers on Gender and Humanitarian Work for its July 2012 Issue…….contact For further Details…….

5.      

30

24 October2011

Buckminster Fuller Challenge $100,000 award from innovative initiatives having potential to solve humanity’s most pressing problems…….contact For further Details…….

6.      

31

24 October 2011

CDKN Funding Opportunity: Call for research proposals to deliver climate compatible development…….contact For further Details…….

7.      

32

25 October2011

amfAR invites grant Proposals…….contact For further Details…….

8.      

33

25 October 2011

European University Institute, Florence seeks applications for the Max Weber Fellowship Program in social sciences and humanities…….contact For further Details…….

9.      

34

25 October 201

The Fellowship Magazine seeks article submissions for Its Human Rights Accompaniment issue…….contact For further Details…….

10.   

35

26 October 201

Excellence scholarships to participate in 36-month PhD Program “Global Food Security“ at the University of Hohenheim, Germany…….contact For further Details…….

11.   

36

28 October 2011

2011 Innovators Challenge Nominations…….contact For further Details…….

12.   

37

28 October 2011

Sida’s International Training Programme on Integrated Sustainable Coastal Development
…….contact For further Details…….


13.   

38

30 October 2011

THET invites applications for Medium Paired Institutional Partnership grants…….contact For further Details…….

14.   

39

30 October 2011

Mediterranean Women’s Fund seeks submissions for Photo Competition 2011…….contact For further Details…….

15.   

40

31 October 2011

University of Melbourne seeks applications for the Human Rights Scholarship to pursue graduate research in the human rights field…….contact For further Details…….

16.   

41

31 October2011

UNDP’s Equator Prize 2012: …….contact For further Details…….

17.   

42

31 October 2011

Call for Applications: DAAD-OSI Scholarship Program…….contact For further Details…….

18.   

43

31 October 2011

Whitley Fund for Nature is seeking applications from individuals working with effective teams having strong nature conservation experience
…….contact For further Details…….

19.   

44

31 October 2011

The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation Invites Blogs for YoBloCo Awards…….contact For further Details…….

20.   

45

: 31 October 2011

DAAD and OSI’s Joint Scholarship Program…….contact For further Details…….

21.   

46

31 October 2011

Peace X Peace Call for Nominations: Women, Power, and Peace Awards…….contact For further Details…….

22.   

47

31 October 2011

UNEP seeks nominations for the 2012 Champions of the Earth Awards …….contact For further Details…….

23.   

49

31 October2011

UNDP invites nominations for Solutions to Climate Change/Environment, Food Security, Global Health, HIV/AIDS, Social Protection & Decent Work, Education…….contact For further Details…….

24.   

50

31 October 2011

IMOW invites submissions for the online exhibition “Your Voices: On Motherhood”, leading to Community Choice Award…….contact For further Details…….

25.   

51

31 October 2011

GIST…….contact For further Details…….

26.   

52

1 November2011

World Habitat Awards accepting submissions…….contact For further Details…….

27.   

53

1 November 2011

Uplands Program seeks abstracts for “Sustainable Land Use and Rural Development in Mountain Areas” Conference …….contact For further Details…….

28.   

54

1 November 2011

WYMD invites photo submissions for the Global Photography Contest “Youth in Action: A Snapshot of Democracy” …….contact For further Details…….

29.   

55

1 November 2011

Call for World Habitat Awards…….contact For further Details…….

30.   

56

1 November 2011

School for Advanced Research announces Campbell Fellowship for a female social scientist from a developing nation…….contact For further Details…….

31.   

57

1 November 2011

SIRCA-II seeks proposals for Research Projects on Information Societies and IC&T for development…….contact For further Details…….

32.   

58

1 November2011

OHCHR seeks applications to attend the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues and Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples …….contact For further Details…….

33.   

59

1 November 2011

Shuttleworth Foundation Fellowship Program offering support for innovative social change ideas…….contact For further Details…….

34.   

60

1 November 2011

Applications invited for Soros Graduate Fellowships for New Americans…….contact For further Details…….

35.   

61

1 November 2011

National Endowment for Democracy invites applications for 2012-2013 Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program…….contact For further Details…….

36.   

62

1 November2011

National Endowment for Democracy…….contact For further Details…….

37.   

63

1 November 2011

Nominations invited for 2012 Sophie Prize aimed at recognizing efforts towards sustainable future…….contact For further Details…….

38.   

64

1 November 2011

SAR seeks applications for Campbell Fellowship for Women Scholar-Practitioners …….contact For further Details…….

39.   

65

1 November 2011

International University of Health and Welfare of Japan  (IUHW) Scholarships: Call for applications…….contact For further Details…….

40.   

66

1 November 2011

AusAid seeking applications to attend a workshop on sustainable mining…….contact For further Details…….

41.   

67

1 November 2011

The Aftermath Project invites grant proposals from working photographers worldwide to cover the after effects of any conflict at any level generally ignored by the mainstream media…….contact For further Details…….

42.   

68

: 1 November 2011

DRL seeks grant proposals from projects promoting democracy, human rights…….contact For further Details…….

43.   

69

6 November 2011

Bioversity International seeks Research Proposals for Vavilov–Frankel Fellowships 2012…….contact For further Details…….

44.   

70

7 November 2011

New Zealand Fund for Global Partnerships in Livestock Emissions Research seeks Expressions of Interests for Funding…….contact For further Details…….

45.   

71

7 November 2011

STARS Foundation’s Impact Awards 2012: …….contact For further Details…….

46.   

72

7 November2011

3ie seeks grant proposals under the Social Protection Thematic Window funded by DFID…….contact For further Details…….

47.   

73

7 November 2011

The Open Society Foundations’ International Higher Education Support Program invites applications for Junior and Senior Fellowships…….contact For further Details…….

48.   

74

9 November 2011

Foster School’s Global Business Centre invites entries for Social Entrepreneurship Competition 2012…….contact For further Details…….

49.   

75

9 November 2011

GBC at the University of Washington invites unique business plans aimed at reducing poverty from students for the Global Social En…….contact For further Details…….

50.   

76

14 November2011

Grinnell College Seeks Nominations for 2012 Young Innovator for Social Justice Prize …….contact For further Details…….

51.   

77

14 November2011

Applications invited for the Acumen Fund Global Fellows Program 2012-2013…….contact For further Details…….


52.   

78

15 November 2011

Peace Revolution invites the youth worldwide to attend the February 2012 Fellowship program in Thailand…….contact For further Details…….

53.   

79

15 November 2011

ArthinkSouthAsia invites applications for fellowship program in arts management

54.   

80

17 November 2011
All

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation…….contact For further Details…….

55.   

81

18 November 2011

Development Gateway seeks Entries for the Photo Contest depicting Empowerment and People Finding Solutions…….contact For further Details…….

56.   

82

18 November 2011

EarthCorps invites international environmental organizations and non-US citizens to join its international program for environmental restoration…….contact For further Details…….

57.   

83

18 November 2011

CLP Seeks Applications for 2012 Conservation Awards…….contact For further Details…….

58.   

84

18 November 2011

Columbia University’s HRAP: An ideal platform for Human Rights Advocates to hone their skills and develop networking…….contact For further Details…….


59.   

85

21 November2011

Equitas invites Human Rights Workers and Educators to attend the 33rd International Training Program in Montreal, Canada…….contact For further Details…….

60.   

86

21 November 2011

EC seeks proposals for raising public awareness of development issues and promoting development education…….contact For further Details…….

61.   

87

25 November 2011

SIDA grants opportunity for private compnies under Innovations against Poverty Program…….contact For further Details…….

62.   

88

30 November 2011

Nominations invited for the Tanenbaum Peacemaker in Action Award 2011-2012 from lesser known Religiously Motivated People…….contact For further Details…….


63.   

89

30 November 2011

The Commonwealth Scholarship Fund invites applications for Master International Human Rights Law Program…….contact For further Details…….

64.   

90

30 November 2011

Honjo International Scholarship opportunity for foreign students accepted in Japanese Universities …….contact For further Details…….

65.   

91

30 November 2011

Centre for Women’s Studies will host the Arab Women, Media, and Sexuality Conference at the University of York on the 26th of May 2012…….contact For further Details…….


66.   

92

30 November 2011

The Faculty for the Future Program invites applications from deserving women candidates …….contact For further Details…….

67.   

93

1 December 2011

The SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Conservation Fund invites applications for award of grants…….contact For further Details…….

68.   

94

1 December 2011


AAUW International Fellowships Program 2012-2013: Applications invited from women around the world to study in the US…….contact For further Details…….

69.   

95

1 December 2011

IMF seeking applications for the Fellowship Program 2012 from promising economists with interest in policy-relevant work…….contact For further Details…….


70.   

96

2 December 2011

JAMS Foundation invites applications from non-US candidates for The Weinstein International Fellowship program aimed at addressing Dispute Resolution…….contact For further Details…….

71.   

97

6 December 2011

InnoCentive’s Challenge for Communication Platform to Connect Vulneable Communities with Climate Change Solutions…….contact For further Details…….

72.   

98

7 December 2011

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the United Kingdom invites applications for scholarships…….contact For further Details…….

73.   

99

9 December 2011


Yale University World Fellows Program announced for emerging leaders from all over the world except the US …….contact For further Details…….

74.   

100

12 December2011

Grants Opportunity for Strategic Research Cooperation Projects…….contact For further Details…….

75.   

101

15 December 2011

Kroc Institute at the University of Notre Dame invites Applications for MA in International Peace Studies …….contact For further Details…….

76.   

102

15 December 2011

Colby College beginning early September will be accepting applications from dedicated practitioners for Oak Human Rights Fellowship 2012…….contact For further Details…….

77.   

103

15 December 2011

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation invites applications for 2012 Max Planck Research Award…….contact For further Details…….

78.   

104

15 December 2011

PEO International Peace Scholarship opportunity for eligible women around the world to study in the US and Canada…….contact For further Details…….

79.   

105

15 December 2011

Bat Conservation International invites proposals for 2012 Research Scholarship Program…….contact For further Details…….

80.   

106

15 December2011

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation invites applications for International Climate Protection Fellowships…….contact For further Details…….

81.   

107

15 December 2011

EDCTP Invites Proposals for Projects to Support for the Establishment and Strengthening of African National Ethics Committees and Institutional Review Boards…….contact For further Details…….

82.   

108

16 December 2011

Pac Rim on Disability & Diversity seeks innovative proposals for the conference to be held in Hawaii during March, 2012…….contact For further Details…….

83.   

109

19 December 2011

Tropical Health & Education Trust seeking Concept Papers for HPS Volunteering Grants…….contact For further Details…….

84.   

110

31 December 2011

ARRL Invites Nominations for 2011 International Humanitarian Award …….contact For further Details…….

85.   

111

31 December 2011

People from African, Caribbean and Pacific countries interested in agriculture invited to participate in Youth in Agriculture Blog Competition…….contact For further Details…….

86.   

112

31 December 2012

Open Society Grants Opportunity for Strengthening Civil Society through Arts & Culture …….contact For further Details…….

87.   

113

1 January 2012

Nominations invited for the World’s Children’s Prize for contributions towards the rights of the child…….contact For further Details…….

88.   

114

6 January 2012

Weidenfeld Scholarships and Leadership Program…….contact For further Details…….

89.   

115

9 January 2012

Echoing Green’s 2012 Fellowship Program to start accepting applications from excellent Social Entrepreneurs…….contact For further Details…….

90.   

116

9 January 2012

The 2012 Media for Liberty Award: Entries invited from Print and Electronic Media Journalists…….contact For further Details…….

91.   

 117

13 January 2012

Applications sought for the Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship program…….contact For further Details…….

92.   

118

13 January 2011

Application sought for the new cycle of UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi Fellowships for young researchers …….contact For further Details…….

93.   

119

15 January 2012

Jan Vrijman Fund invites documentaries and documentary events from developing countries for financial support…….contact For further Details…….

94.   

120

 20 January 2012

Weidenfeld Scholarships and Leadership Program…….contact For further Details…….

95.   

121

 

21 January 2012

Sida’s Advanced International Training Programme on UN Resolution 1325: Women, Peace and Security…….contact For further Details…….

96.   

122

31 January 2012

Sida’s International Training Programme on Peace and Security in Africa…….contact For further Details…….

97.   

123

31 January 2012

Global Development Network accepting applications for the Japanese Award for the Most Innovative Development Project…….contact For further Details…….

98.   

124

31 January 2012

International Student Humanitarian Award opportunity for post-secondary students in impoverished or war-torn areas to pursue studies in Canada…….contact For further Details…….

99.   

125

31 January 2012

Nominations invited from innovative works for the prestigious biennial Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water…….contact For further Details…….

100.                 

126

1 February 2012

Sida’s International Training Programme on Efficient Energy Use and Planning…….contact For further Details…….

101.                 

127

15 February 2012

UNESCO seeks nominations for UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize 2012…….contact For further Details…….

102.                 

128

1 March 2012

Global South Scholar-In-Residence Program

103.                 

129

1 March 2012

Nominations invited for the 2012 Asian Human Capital Award…….contact For further Details…….

104.                 

130

7 March 2012

Global SchoolNet Foundation announces “Doors to Diplomacy” 2012 Web Project Competition…….contact For further Details…….

105.                 

131

9 March 2012

Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership Invites Applications for ESED Scholarship Program…….contact For further Details…….

106.                 

132

15 March 2012

Global Junior Challenge: Call for proposals for innovative use of technology in society…….contact For further Details…….

107.                 

133

8 June 2011

USAID seeking new applications for Development Innovation Ventures…….contact For further Details…….

108.                 

134

3 May 2012

Sida International Training Programme on Child Rights, Classroom and School Management…….contact For further Details…….

109.                 

135

31 May 2012


Westminster University seeks applications for the MA International Planning and Sustainable Development Scholarships program…….contact For further Details…….

110.                 

136

Through out the year

Schwab Foundation’s Social Entrepreneur of the Year Competitions…….contact For further Details…….

111.                 

137

Through out the year

VLIR-UOS seeks applications from eligible candidates for the masters and training scholarship programs offering opportunity to study in Belgium  …….contact For further Details…….

112.                 

138

 

Humanitarian Innovation Fund seeks proposals for small grants facility from projects aimed at recognition, invention and dissemination…….contact For further Details…….

113.                 

139

Through out the year

Government of Czech Republic seeks Applications from Candidates for Scholarships…….contact For further Details…….

114.                 

140

through out the year

ActionAid Denmark invites development practitioners from select countries to register as Inspirators…….contact For further Details…….

115.                 

141

through out the year

Dekeyser & Friends Foundation seeks applications from young people around the world to attend the Engage in Conservation Project in Hamburg, Germany…….contact For further Details…….

116

142

through out the year

Youth Challenge International invites applications for Youth Ambassadors for Tanzania Project …….contact For further Details…….

117

143

through out the year

Dekeyser & Friends Foundation seeks applications from young people worldwide for the Sports Coaching Project to be held in Hamburg, Germany…….contact For further Details…….

 

 

 Funding Opportunities and Project Proposal for Financial Assistance in Different Ministries

Ministry of Human Resource Development

Department of Secondary and Higher Education                              

S.N.

Scheme

Budget

1.

Secondary Education

 

2.

Book Promotion and Copy Rights

 

3.

University and Higher Education

 

4.

Technical Education

 

5.

Development of Languages

 

6.

Scheme of Financial Assistance for Strengthening Education in Human Values

5 Lacs

7.

Boarding and Girls Hostel

10 Lacs

8.

Financial Assistance from UNESCO for conducting Seminar/Workshops

1 Lac

9.

Seminar Educational Planning

3 lacs

10.

Adult Education under National Literacy Mission (NLM) (For 50 centers)

23 Lacs

11.

Vocational Education like T.V. VCD, VCR. Radio Training.

9 Lacs

 Department of Higher Education

S.N.

Scheme

Budget

1.

Education Guarantee Scheme (EGS) / Alternative & Innovative Education (AIE)

 

2.

Education for Women's Equality

10 to 50 Lacs

3.

Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (KGBV)

 

4.

Mid-Day Meal Scheme

 

5.

National Program for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL)

 

6.

National Foundation for Teachers' Welfare

 

7.

Adult Education

23 lacs

i.

Literacy Campaigns And Operation Restoration

 

ii.

Continuing Education

 

iii.

Support to NGO’s In the Field of Adult Education

 

iv.

Jan Shikshan Sansthans

40 Lacs

 Ministry of Women & Child Development

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

NORAD Scheme (Vocational Training )

5 Lacs Approx.

2.

STEP SCHEME

 

 

Dairy

 

 

Fisheries

 

 

Handloom

 

 

Agriculture

 

 

Animal Husbandry

 

 

Handicraft

 

 

Sericulture

 

 

Social Forestry

 

 

Khadi & Village Industries

 

 

Waste Land Development

 

3.

Lace making

 

4.

Mentally challenged women ethnic riots

 

5.

Widows at religious place aids victims

 

6.

Women ex-prisoners

 

7.

Working women hostel

 

8.

Short Stay Home for Women & Girls

5 Lacs

9.

Swadher – A Scheme on Women in difficult circumstance (Swadhar Centre for 200 inmates

73 Lacs

10.

Working Women Hostel

7 Lacs for 50 women’s

11.

Crèche Programme

1 Lacs for 200 Childrens

12.

Grant-in-aid for Research Proposal

6 Lacs

13.

Grant-in-aid for workshop and Seminar

1 Lacs

14.

Child labour  Rehabilitation

 

15.

Craf Center

 

16.

Dairy Development Programme for women

 

17.

Destitute Home for minorities

 

18.

Fashion Design of women

 

19.

FCR children affected by trafficking

 

20.

Handloom

 

21.

Integrated Child Development Services Scheme

 

22.

Micro Credit (S.H.G.Network)

 

23.

National children’s funds

 

24.

National Creche Fund development Of Women And Child Development

 

25.

National Women Headed House Holds Problem

 

26.

Seminar On Need And Problems Of Women Workers

 

27.

SGSY Fesilater

 

28.

The Crisis of First Generation Girl Learner And Fear Of Future Motherhood

 

29.

Training Of Handicraft Embordal

 

30.

Women Empowerment Through (SHG)

 

31.

Women’s Education of Girl’s Schooling among (Research)

 

32.

Women’s survivors of natural

 

33.

Construction/Expansion of Hostel Building for Working Women (WWH)

 

34.

Stree Shakti Puraskaar

 

35.

Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS)

 

36.

National Awards For Child Welfare

 

37.

Balika Samriddhi Yojana (BSY)

 

38.

Kishori Shakti Yaojana (KSY)

 

39.

Nutrition Programme for Adolescent Girls (NPAG)

 

40.

Early Childhood Education for 3-6 Age Group Children under the Programme of Universaliation of Elementary Education.

 

41.

Scheme of Welfare of Working Children in need of Care and Protection

 

42.

An Integrated Programme for Street Children

 

43.

Childline Service

 

44.

Central Adoption Resource Agency (CARA)

 

45.

Rajiv Ganhdi National Crèche Scheme for the Children of working mothers

 

 

Rashtriya Mahila Kosh

 

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

 

1.

Main loan Scheme of Rashtriya Mahila Kosh

 

 

2.

Loan Promotion scheme

 

 

3.

Revolving fund scheme

 

 

4.

Scheme for Development and stabilization of Self Help Groups 

 

 

5.

Marketing Finance Scheme

 

 

6.

National Commission for women

 

 

7.

Project Proposal for legal awareness camp for women

1 Lac

 

8.

Project Proposal for workshop/Seminar/Research

5 Lacs

 

9.

Grant-in-aid for organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats

1 Lacs

3.

Carpet weaving

 

 

4.

Aromatic & Herbal Farming

 

 

5.

Rabbit farming

 

 

6.

Woolen spinning

 

 

7.

Embroidery

 

 

8.

Beautician

 

 

9.

Embroidery

 

 

10.

Leather goods

 

 

11.

Food Processing

 

 

12.

Handloom weaving

 

 

13.

Type & shorthand

 

 

14.

Mushroom cultivation

 

 

15.

Mat making

 

 

16.

Banana & sisal fiber making

 

 

17.

Bamboo craft

 

 

18.

Sericulture

 

 

19.

Jute craft

 

 

20.

Ready made garments

 

 

21.

Leather garments

 

 

22.

Zari craft patch work

 

 

23.

Radio & TV Repair

 

 

24.

Medical Transcription

 

 

25.

Computer

 

 

26.

Tie Dye & Black printing

 

 

27.

Coir craft

 

 

28.

Lab technical screen printing

 

 

29.

Honey production

 

 

30.

Gem Cutting.

 

 

31.

Secretarial Practice

 

 

32.

Elec. Assembly

 

 

33.

Soft toys

 

 

34.

Office management

 

 

35.

Consumer electronics

 

 

36.

Shoe making

 

 

37.

Grant-in-Aid for Research, Publication and Monitoring

 

 

38.

Identification of themes for conducting research on issues related to women, children and nutrition  

 

 

39.

Family Counseling Center Scheme

 

 

40.

For Educational work for Prevention of Atrocities on women.

 

 

41.

Organizational Assistance to Voluntary Organization.

 

 

42.

Swayam Siddha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        

 

Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Non Residential Vocational training Programme

3 Lacs Approx

2.

Residential Vocational Training Programme

3 Lacs Approx

3.

Entrepreneurship Development Programme

4 Lacs Approx

4.

Promotion of National Integration (NIC)

2 Lacs Approx

5.

Inter State Youth Exchange Programme (ISYEP)

2 Lacs Approx

6.

Development and empowerment of adolescents camp

2 Lacs Approx

7.

Establishment of Tailoring and Embroidery Center

3 Lacs Approx

8.

National Service Scheme

3 Lacs Approx

9.

Seminar symposium etc on indigenous culture

3 Lacs Approx

10.

Tournament on Sport competition

3 Lacs Approx

11.

Vocation Training &  Weaving

3 Lacs Approx

12.

Nehru Yuva kendra Sangathan

3 Lacs Approx

13.

National Service Volunteer Scheme

3 Lacs Approx

14.

Promotion of Adventure

3 Lacs Approx

15.

Assistance to Youth and Sports Clubs

3 Lacs Approx

16.

Financial Assistance for Promotion of Youth Activities & Training

3 Lacs Approx

17.

Youth Hostels

3 Lacs Approx

18.

Scheme of Financial Assistance for Development and Empowerment of Adolescents

3 Lacs Approx

19.

Scheme Relating to Sports Infrastructure

3 Lacs Approx

20.

Assistance to National Sports Federations

3 Lacs Approx

21.

Exchange of Sports and Physical Educational Teams/Experts

3 Lacs Approx

22.

Promotion of Sports Among Disabled

3 Lacs Approx

23.

Scheme Relating to awards

3 Lacs Approx

34.

Scheme of incentive for Promotion of Sports Activities

3 Lacs Approx

35.

Scheme Relating to Talent Search and Training

3 Lacs Approx

36.

Scheme of Dope Test

3 Lacs Approx

37.

Scheme of State Sports Academy

3 Lacs Approx

 Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Vocational training Programme (Carpentry, Computer Training Center, Craft Centre Dari Making training Center, type & shorthand training Center, diesel Pump Set Repair Training, fruit Processing Training

4 Lacs

2.

Project Proposal for grant in aid for special School for mentally handicapped children

2 Lacs Approx

3.

Old Age Day Care Center

3 Lacs

4.

Residential School for 100 students.

 

5.

Computer training for students in Schools

 

6.

Non-Residential Schools

 

7.

Mobile Dispensary /10 bedded hospital

 

8.

Center for training of computer education

 

9.

Type and shorthand training center

 

10.

Craft Center

 

11.

TV, VCR and Radio repairing training center.

 

12.

Balwadi/ Crèche Center

 

13.

Printing, Composting and bookbinding center.

 

14.

Library

 

15.

Carpentry

 

16.

Commercial art and painting .

 

17.

Coconut coir making and Agrabatti making training programme 

 

18.

Scooter /Motorcycle/auto rickshaw repair training

 

19.

Training in spray painting and denting.

 

20.

Motor Winding and Fitting training

 

21.

Training in welding an fitting training.

 

22.

Training in hand block printing.

 

23.

Food preservation training.

 

24.

Dari making training

 

25.

Training in leather art.

 

26.

Gem Cutting training .

 

27.

Training Steel furniture making.

 

28.

Training rural engineering.

 

29.

Diesel pumpset  repair training.

 

30.

Watch repair Training.

 

31.

Spinning and weaving training.

 

32.

Electrician Training.

 

33.

Tie and die training.

 

34.

Auto driving training.

 

35.

Plumbing training.

 

36.

Project for control of blindness among SC’s

 

37.

Ophthalmic nurse technician course.

 

38.

Center to organize Back-to-school program for drop-out children.

 

39.

Photography training.

 

40.

Motor Driving training

 

41.

Hair and skin Care Training center

 

42.

Project proposal for running of Mobile Dispensary

15 Lacs Appros.

43.

Grant-in-aid for scheme for prevention of alcoholism & substance (Drugs) Abuse

7 Lacs

44.

Residential school for 100 students

 

45.

Computer Training for students in Schools

 

46.

Non-Residential School

 

47.

Mobile Dispensary

 

58.

Dispensary/10-bedded hospital

 

59.

Sheltered Workshop (for 40-50 Beneficiaries)

 

60.

Special Schools for the Persons with Disabilities

 

61.

Special Training for hearing & Speech impaired

 

62.

Special Schools for the Visually Challenged

 

63.

Project for Cerebral Palsied children

 

64.

Project for Pre-School and Early intervention and Training

 

65.

Home based Rehabilitation programme/ home management program

 

66.

Project for Rehabilitation of Leprosy Cured persons (LCP)

 

67.

Project Relating to Survey, Identification, Awareness and sensitization

 

68.

Project for community based Rehabilitation

 

69.

Seminar /Workshop /Rural Camps

 

70.

Project for legal Literacy, including legal Counseling , LE Galaid and Analysis and Evaluation of Existing laws

 

71.

Environment Friendly and Eco-promotive project for the Handicapped

 

72.

Grant for Purchase of Vehicles

 

73.

Construction of Building

 

73.

Grant computer

 

74.

Project for low vision centers

 

 

Integrated Programme for Street Children

 

75.

Scheme of Assistance to homes for children (SHISHU GREH) to Promote in Country Adoption

 

76.

Day Care Centers

 

77.

Scheme for Prevention of Alcoholism and Substance (Drugs) Abuse

 

78.

Drug Awareness and Counseling Centers

 

79.

Workplace  Prevention Programme

 

80.

De-Addiction Camps

 

81.

NGO Forum for Drug Abuse Prevention

 

82.

Innovative interventions to Strengthen Community Based Rehabilitation

 

83.

Technical Exchange and Man Power Development Programme

 

84.

Surveys, Studies, Evaluation and Research on the subjects covered under the Scheme

 

85.

Any Other Activity, which is considered suitable to meet the objectives of the Scheme

 

Ministry of Environment & forest

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Grant-in-aid for Research Proposal

6 Lacs

2.

Grant-in-aid for workshop and Seminar

2 Lacs

3.

Project on Nursery Raising

6 Lacs

4.

Project Proposal for animals Shelter House

25 Lacs

5.

Project Proposal For Workshop/Seminar on Environment

1 Lac

6.

Ambulance Services for Animals

 

7.

Community Based Environment Protection- A Collective Effort

 

8.

Environment  Stress & Rural  Urban People

 

9.

Environment Seminar

 

10.

Greening India Project

 

11.

National Afforestation & Eco-Development

 

12.

National seminar on Bamboo cultivation in center

 

13.

Provision for Shelter for looking after the Animals

 

14.

Provision of Ambulance services for animals in distress

 

15.

Shelter Houses for looking after the Animals

 

16.

Urban Solid Waste Management

 

Ministry of Tourism

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Financial Assistance for Tribal/Folk Art & Culture

2 Lacs

2.

Project Proposal for Research Support to Voluntary Organization engaged in the cultural Activities.

1 Lac

3.

Project Proposal Building Grant

15 Lacs

4.

Promotion and strengthening of regional & local museums

 

5.

Research Support to Voluntary Organization Engaged in Cultural Activities

 

6.

Seminar symposium etc on indigenous culture

 

7.

Tourism Village Developing

 

8.

Scheme for Product/ Infrastructure Development  and Destination & Circuits

 

9.

Scheme of assistance for large Revenue Generating (LRG) Projects

 

10.

Scheme Capacity Building for Service Providers (CBSP)

 

11.

Scheme of Rural Tourism

 

12.

Scheme of Financial Assistance to Sate for Organization Tourism Related Events 

 

13.

Scheme of Central Financial Assistance of Information Technology (IT) Projects.

 

14.

Scheme of support to Public Private Partnership in Infrastructure Development (Viability Gap Funding)

 

15.

Scheme of Market Development Assistance (MDA)

 

16.

Capital Subsidy

 

17.

Time Share Resorts (TSR)

 

18.

Market Research – Professional Services

 

 

Ministry of Tribal Affairs

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project Proposal on organizing State Level Workshop on Promotion of Tribal Artists, Artisans and Craftsmen

3 Lacs

2.

Project Proposal for Setting up of Residential School for ST student’s

4 Lacs /Approx

3.

Vocational Training Programme (Carpentry, Computer Training Center, Craft Center, Dari Making training center, type & shorthand training center Diesel Pump Set Repair Training Fruit Processing Training)

4 Lacs

4.

Art & Creaft with Planning for Sustainalbe Development

 

5.

National Seminar on the issue on the challenges  of trible

 

6.

Primitive Tribal Groups (PTG's)

 

7.

Sate Level Workshop on Promotion

 

8.

Setting of Residential School

 

9.

Socio- Economic Setup of Tribal (Research)

 

10.

T.V.-V.C.R. Training

 

11.

Upper Primary Residential School for S.T.S,

 

12.

Strategy

 

 

Ministry of Textiles

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project Proposal for bench Mark Survey

5 Lacs

2.

Project Proposal for establishing training- cum- production & Marketing Center.

50 Lacs

3.

Project Proposal for Jute Diversification Training-cum-Production center

2 Lacs

4.

Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme

 

5.

Package for the Organized Textiles Industry

 

6.

Technology Mission on Cotton (TMC)

 

7.

Generalized System of Preferences (GSP) Scheme

 

8.

Powerloom Scheme

 

9.

Jute Technology Mission (JTM)

 

10.

Jute Manufactures Development Council

 

11.

National Center for Jute Diversification

 

12.

Scheme for Integrated Textile Parks

 

13.

Textile Worker’s Rehabilitation Fund Scheme (TWRFS)

 

14.

Deen Dayal Hathkargha Protsahan Yojana

 

15.

Integrated handloom Training Project

 

16.

Integrated Handloom Cluster Development Programme

 

17.

Design Development & Training Programem

 

18.

Mahatama Gandhi Bunkar Bima Yojana

 

19.

Workshed-cum-Housing Scheme

 

20.

Thrift Fund Scheme of Handloom Weavers

 

21.

New Insurance Scheme for Handloom Weavers

 

22.

Health Insurance Scheme

 

23.

Handloom mark Scheme

 

24.

Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme

 

25.

Handloom Export Scheme

 

Ministry of food processing industries

 

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Grant-in-aid setting up infrastructure facilities & Manufacturing units

50 Lacs

2.

Grant-in-aid for R&D Projects

100% grant of the project cost

3.

Grant-in-aid for setting up food processing training center

9 Lacs

4.

Grant-in-aid for organize Exhibition / fair/ Seminar

 

5.

Grant-in-aid for Conduction Study/ Survey

3 Lacs

6.

Agro Food Park

 

7.

Enterpreneurs Development Programmes

 

8.

Creation of Infrastructure Facilities for running Degree/Diploma Courses and Training Programmes for Food Processing

 

9.

Training Programmes sponsored by Ministry of Food Processing Industries

 

10.

Setting up of Food Processing & Training Centre (FPTC)

 

 Ministry of Labour & Employment

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Grant-in-aid for one Special School of 100 Children

4 Lacs

2.

Seminars and one workshop for awareness generation women laborers

2 Lacs

3.

Child labour Rehabilitation Center

 

Ministry of Science & Technology

(Department of biotechnology)

 S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project Proposal under Biotechnology based programmes for SC/ST Population

Depend on the project

2.

Project Proposal Under Biotechnology- based Programmes for Women and rural Development

Do

3.

Project Proposal for setting up of Bioinformatics Centre

Do

4.

Project Proposal for holding National / international Seminar/ Symposium/ Conference / Workshop on thrust areas of “BIOTECHNOLOGY”

Do

 (Department of Science & Technology)

 

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Science and technology application for rural development (STARD)

Depend on the project

2.

Science and technology for Women

Do

3.

Science and Technology application for weaker Section (STAWS)

Do

4.

Empowering tribal Groups through Science and technology (ETGS&T)

Do

5.

S&T Practical and strategic need of SC Population (S&TSNSCP)

Do

Rashtriya Vigyan Evam Prodyogiki Sanchar Prishad

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Training Workshop / Course / Seminar / Symposium / Conference (Health, Disaster Management, Vermi compost)

50, thousand to 10 Lacs.

2.

Video- film Slide (s) Audio/ others

50, thousand to 5 Lacs.

3.

Booklet /Book Flip / Book / Others

50, thousand to 2 Lacs.

4.

Jatha / Yatra

Do

5.

Exhibition / Science Fairs

50 thousand to 4 Lacs.

6.

Research & Development Work

50 Thousand to 5 Lacs

7.

Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB)

Do

8.

Awareness General Programme (AGP)

50 Thousand to 10 Lacs

9.

Condensed Courses of  Education for women

Do

10.

Socio- Economic Programme (SEP)

3 Lacs

11.

Family Counseling centers

1 Lac

12.

Working Women’s Hostels

 

13.

Crèches /Day care centers for children on working / ailing mothers

9 Lacs

 Rashtriya Mahila Kosh

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Main loan Scheme of Rashtriya Mahila Kosh

 

2.

Loan Promotion scheme

 

3.

Revolving fund scheme

 

4.

Scheme for Development and stabilization of Self Help Groups 

 

5.

Marketing Finance Scheme

 

6.

National Commission for women

 

7.

Project Proposal for legal awareness camp for women

1 Lac

8.

Project Proposal for workshop/Seminar/Research

5 Lacs

9.

Grant-in-aid for organizing Parivarik Mahila Lok Adalats

1 Lacs

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Rural Child Health Programme (Implementation of IEC Scheme)

7 Lacs

2.

Project Proposal for Social Marketing for Contraceptive

12 Lacs

3.

Project Proposal for Establishing 10 bedded Hospital

 

4.

Project Proposal for Seminar on Health Environment Awareness Research Training

1 Lac

5.

Central Scheme For Development And Cultivation Of Medicinal Plants (Purely Central Scheme

 

 

NATIONAL MEDICINAL PLANT BOARD

 

Promotional Scheme

 

 

Survey and Inventorisation of medicinal plants.

 

 

Application form for seeking financial assistance from national Medicinal plants board under project

 

 

In-situ conservation and ex-situ cultivation of medicinal plants

 

 

Production of quality planting material

 

 

Extension activities- Information, education and communication

 

 

Study demand supply position and marketing of medicinal plants for domestic

and global market

 

 

Research & Development in medicinal plants sector

 

 

Strengthening capabilities of NMPB:- The scheme related to man-power for

NMPB including pay and allowances to staff, office, infrastructure,

Computerization

 

 

Promote co-operative efforts among growers and collectors of medicinal

Plants

 

 

Value addition and semi-processing of products of medicinal plants

 

 

Undertake/assist or encourage scientific technological and economic research on medicinal plants

 

Commercial Scheme

 

 

Production and ensure supply of quality planting material in bulk

 

 

Area expansion for selected species and cultivation in more than 2 ha. land area.

 

 

Value addition - for developing proper harvesting techniques, semi-processing of produces viz. collection, grading, drying, storage, packing

 

 

Develop innovative marketing mechanism

 

Contractual Farming

 

 

Area expansion for selected species and cultivation in commercial scale with assured

Market

 

 

 

 

 

Ministry of Agriculture

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

 

 ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

 

 

Centrally Sponsored

 

1.

Livestock Health

 

2.

National Project for Cattle and Buffalo Breeding

 

3.

Assistance to Sate Poultry/Duck Farms

 

4.

Assistance for Modernisation of Slaughter Houses and Carcass Utilization Plants

 

5.

Assistance to States for feed and Fodder Development

 

6.

Conservation of Threatened Breeds of small Ruminants, Rabbits, Pigs, pack Animals and Equines

 

7.

Livestock Insurance

 

 

Central Sector

 

1.

Livestock Census

 

2.

Integrated Sample Survey Scheme for Estimation of Major Livestock Products

 

3.

Directorate of Animal Health (National Programme for Prevention of animal Diseases

 

4.

Central Cattle Breeding Farms

 

5.

Central Minikit Testing Programme on Fodder Crops

 

6.

Central Poultry Development Organization

 

7.

Central Herd Registration Scheme

 

8.

Central Sheep Breeding Farm, Hisar Haryana

 

9.

Central Fodder Seed Productoin Farm, Hesserghatta (Bangalore)

 

 

DAIRY DEVELOPMENT

 

 

Centrally Sponsored

 

1.

Intensive Diary Development Project (IDDP)

 

2.

Strengthening infrastructure for quality & clean milk production.

 

 

Central Sector

 

1.

Assistance to Cooperatives Dairy/Poultry venture capital funds

 

2.

Milk And Milk Product Order 1992

 

 

FISHERIES

 

1.

Centrally sponsored Scheme on “Development of Inland Fisheries and Aquaculture”.

 

2.

Centrally Sponsored Scheme on “Development of Marine Fisheries, Infrastructure and Post Harvest Operation.

 

3.

Centrally Sponsored National Scheme on “Welfare of Fishermen”

 

4.

Central Sponsored Scheme on “Welfare of Fishermen”

 

5.

Centrally Sponsored Scheme on “Fisheries Training and Extension”

 

 

 

 

National Horticulture Board.

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project Proposal on Training/ Seminar/ Workshop

2 Lacs/State Level

3 Lacs Regional level

5 Lacs National Level

10 lacs Inter national Level 3-5 days

2.

Project Proposal for Production and Post Harvest Management subsidy for construction / Expansion/ Monetization of Clod Storage

50 lacs

3.

Project Proposal for technology Development and transfer for Promotion of Horticulture

25 Lacs

 

Ministry of Rural Development

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project Proposal on Innovative Rural Housing

20 lacs

Rajiv Gandhi Foundation

S.N.

SCHEME

BUDGET

1.

Project proposal under scheme of women & Children Welfare Unit

20 lacs

2.

Project Proposal under Scheme of Literacy Unit

Depend on the Project

3.

Project Proposal under scheme of Science & Technology Unit

Do

4.

Project Proposal under scheme of Disabled Person’s Welfare Unit.

Do

5.

Project Proposal under scheme of Health Unit

Do

ORGANIC FARMING

Training of certification & inspection agencies and services providers

51,000.00

Training on problem and quality control of organic farming.    

51,000.00

Training of field functionaries /extension officers on organic farming

51,000.00

Training of farmers on organic farms

51,000.00

Field demonstration on organic inputs   

51,000.00

Field demonstration on utilization of enriched biogas slurry and

farmers fair                                                                                                                  

51,000.00

Setting up of model organic farm Guidelines of services provide

51,000.00