Sri Sathya Sai
Gramin Jagriti Sewa Sadan


Activities: 1. Education 2. Health 3. Vocational training & 4. Spiritual
1. Sri Sathya Sai Jagriti Vidya Mandir -a “Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini” “Sai School”

    • Regular co-educational bilingual school from pre-nursery to 10th class, recognised by Govt. Of Haryana and affiliated to Board of School Education Haryana, provides a high quality, but totally free education to the rural students.

    • Special emphasis on “Education in Human Values”-Sai Educare

    • The introduction of the newer concept of “Experiential learning”

    • Clean, safe and hygienic environment with provision of safe drinking water, separate toilets for boys & girls.

    • Free books to all the students of Nursery and KG.

    • Qualified & trained teachers with teacher/student ratio as 1:18.2. Specialist teachers in Science, Sanskrit, Music, Computer Science and Physical training. Regular in-service training for the teachers.

    • Six e-class rooms: each having LCD projector, screen, green board and wi-fi /LAN internet connectivity for free access to the vast teaching material available on Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini Portal

    • Well equipped science and computer labs. Facilities for LCD, slide and overhead projectors

    • Well organised school annual calendar for sports, extra-curricular activities and community services

    • Regular health check-up with 100% free immunisation against Hepatitis B and MMR. Regular Vit D+ Calcium supplement for all. Free freshly prepared vegetable curry/rice in lunch from Sai Kitchen.

    • Parental involvement (Parenting) in overall personality development of the children by regular Parent-Teacher Meetings

  • Post-schooling career counseling and financial/logistic support to meritorious students pursuing higher studies.
“The end of Education is Character” –Sri Sathya Sai Baba
(The Infrastructure)
Connection to the modern world:- The fully Air conditioned Computer Lab is equipped with 16 computers wherein the students learn how to make the presentations , prepare Excel sheet, write in MS Word and also search material for their different subjects. Two teachers have been employed to guide & help them. The whole school building is Wi Fi enabled for Broadband internet accesses.
The SSSVV e-class rooms:- There are six classrooms for 5th to 10th standard, each fitted with LED projector, a green board and a LAN broad band connection. Children have been taught almost all the subjects using updated educational videos and lesson plans.
The SSSVV e-class rooms:-There are six classrooms for 5th to 10th standard, each fitted with LED projector, a green board and a LAN broad band connection. Children have been taught almost all the subjects using updated educational videos and lesson plans..
Sri Sathya Sai Jagriti Vidya Mandir, started in 1994 as pre-school “Prem Vatika”, has now grown into a regular bilingual coeducation Secondary (High) school. The aim is to develop the personality of the pupils holistically so that he/she becomes a useful member of the society.

According to Sri Sathya Sai Baba, both of these components of child development are like the two wings of a flying bird, essential for him/her to fly in the mundane world. Education is for Head, and Educare is for Heart! -Sai Baba

Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini programme and affiliation to Institute of Sathya Sai Education(Mumbai) are providing the technology and continuing training to the teachers, thus giving impetus of achieving the goal laid down in Sai philosophy of education-“Sai Educare”
Music brings love and harmony in the lives of the children. Music teacher Shri Brij Mohan Sharma is conducting a bhajan singing class. He is assisted by Brother Abhinav Gorthi – a Sri Sathya Sai Vidya Vahini Fellow.
Learning is a great fun: children are learning the basics of Science through very interesting experiments. They are searching the chemical properties of alcohol (Chemistry) in these pictures and learning the laws of reflection (Physics).
The conference room, the computer lab and the Baraj Gupta Assembly Hall have been provided with LED projectors. A sports grounds and Baasket ball court are the added assets in the school. </span >

The school library has a stock of 2241 books (Academic: 824, Story: 417, Spiritual: 700, General Knowledge: 80, Open Board: 43, Novels: 33, and Moral Science: 113). It subscribes to sports, science, competition master and moral value magazines regularly. A book bank gives text books to economically weaker section students on loan.
“Healthy mind in a healthy body”
The school provided infrastructure for developing sporting talent of the children. A huge ground for the games of cricket, football, hockey and athletics is available for the children who have regular sporting activity session in the evenings under the watchful eye of a PTI, assisted by a female attendant. The newly developed basket ball court is a boon for the students to play this enrgising game of physical endurance and skill.

    • Regular OPD for 6 hrs daily from Monday to Friday and 3 hrs on Saturday, manned by 2 qualified and experienced doctors.

    • 300 mA X-Ray machine, ECG machine and Laboratory facilities for routine laboratory investigations and full range of Physiotherapy equipments, manned by locally trained personnel.

    • Regular Specialist clinics, once in fortnight for Internal Medicine and Dental patients run by qualified doctors. Homeopathy clinic, once a week. Daily Orthopedics and Gyne. Obst clinics

    • School Health Programme

    • A “24X7” Ambulance service for the adopted population.
The beneficiaries:
Two types of beneficiaries are attending the Out Patient Department for seeking free medical consultation. Their beneficiary status and entitlement are tabulated below:
The Class of Beneficiaries Adopted Non Adopted
Constituents 3 villages: Darwa, Parvalon and Darwa Majri with Population: 3950 Pts. From near & far off places of Punjab, Haryana, Himachal, U.P, Utranchal, Rajashtan, Delhi states
Consultation fees Nil, no registration fees Nil, no registration fees
Investigations: Laboratory & X-Rays Free for all *Subsidised for all *Totally Free to ½ free for
Indoor treatment expenses 0 to 100% depending upon the Economical Self financed

The hospital building houses the outdoor medical examination facilities with provision for X-Rays, laboratory and dispensary. There are six beds available for observation of the patients. Specialists’ clinics: A state of the art Dental Chair has been installed to provide treatment to the dental patients. Besides the dental clinic, special clinics for “Internal Medicine” and Homeopathy are allso run in the evenings. Prior appointments are given to the patients for these clinics. Orthopaedics and Gyne. & Obst specialised consultation is available on daily basis in the morning times.


Sadan has a humble “health Wing”, mainly the OPD, dealing all patients with love and compassion. The wing has earned a name for fair dealing and positive approach. Patients come for free consultation from far off places of UP, Utranchal, Haryana & Panjab. Popularly known as “Sai Baba” hospital, a large number of orthopedic patients come for balanced opinion and treatment. Besides the free consultation, the unit has a clinical laboratory manned by a senior lab technician, a 300 mA X-Ray Machine and state of the art Dental chair.There are six observation beds, but the patients requiring Indoor treatment are taken to Nursing Homes in Jagadhari /Yamuna Nagar. Ambulance service is available round the clock for this purpose.

Emergency services are provided round the clock for adopted patients only. The serious patients are transported to hospitals/nursing homes in the nearby twin cities of Jagadhari/ Yamuna Nagar. Indoor treatment of the patients is sponsored according to the economical status of the patients.

Out Patient work:
The Outpatient starts at 8 am in the summers and 8.30 am in the winters with Aunkaram and singing of Bhajans in “Stuti” of Lord Ganesha and Guru Baba, followed by “Sarva Dharma Prarathana”. The Vibhuti Parsadam is then distributed and the patients are made to sit comfortably, men and women separately. The patients are seen on first-come-first-serve basis using a digital token display system. The adopted patients, toddlers and senior citizens (>65 yrs of age) are given priority.
Anti-tubercular treatment:
Since the beginning in April 1993, a total of 143 patients (average: 06 per year) of tuberculosis (Pulmonary and extra Pulmonary) have been diagnosed in adopted population of the three villages. The breakup of these cases is as follows: *Healed and rehabilitated: 127 *Recurrence: 04 (Treated subsequently) *Died due to the problem: 06 *Treatment discontinued by pts.: 06
Laboratory, ECG and X-Rays facilities:
A semi- automatic analyser has been installed in the OPD, manned by a qualified Laboratory Technician to prepare hematology, bio-chemical and Urine analysis investigation reports. Samples for more sophisticated tests are sent to advance Laboratories at Chandigarh/Delhi. An ECG machine is also now available in the
Outpatient. Sadan has recently purchased a new 300mA X-Ray machine powered by a 25KVA generator, for carrying out routine radio-graphic investigations. As per legal obligation, the X-ray facility in the Sadan Hospital and the X-Ray technician are registered with Bhabha Atomic Centre, Mumbai and Atomic Energy Regulation Board of Govt. of India for monitoring the X-Rays exposure to the technician.
Some facts about rural Health services:
a) Common ailments: Contrary to the common belief, the rural women are found to be commonly suffering from Hysterical neurosis. Worst of all, the family members don’t understand it and get exploited by unscrupulous nursing homes. Second common problem is Epilepsy due to Neuro-cystecercosis.
b) The problem of alcoholism is taking a toll on the socio-economical milieu of poverty and undernourishment of family members, domestic violence etc. Death in young age due to chronic alcoholism is common. Illegal sale of liquor in the village is continuing in spite of several representations submitted to the authorities.
c) The quacks (“doctors”) are playing havoc with the psyche of the villagers. These “doctors” also work as touts for the nursing homes flourishing on illegal medical malpractice, resulting in unwarranted costly investigations and unwarranted operations such as appendectomies and hysterectomies etc.
The School Health Services:
Kindly see health under “Education”. Calcium + Vi D tablets are given to all the children of the school on regular basis. In all, a total of 21309 tablets (from class Ist to Xth) + unspecified sachets of Vit D granules (for pre-school classes) were given during the last academic year.
Indoor Patients:
As per policy, the patients from adopted villages requiring indoor treatment are admitted to various Hospital/Nursing Homes at Jagadhari/Yamuna Nagar for different problems. Besides, the financial help, these patients are given logistic support in the form of personal visits, arrangement of blood, food and transport. Financial help was given to deserving patients for their sophisticated costly laboratory investigations.
3. Vocational Training & Production Centre

Masala production Centre:

Masala (spices) production centre was established in September 1994 with the following aims in mind:
1. To provide vocation to the rural women so that their economy is improved. Three women and a village boy have been employed in the Masala Centre.
2. To educate these working women in basic hygiene so as to improve their health.
3. To provide pure high quality masalas (spices) to the society.
Strict control on quality is maintained at the point of purchasing of the raw materials and production. Each packing has a label, indicating the name of the masala, its date of manufacture, weight when packed and its cost. In case of any complaint, the material is replaced without asking any question. The sale is promoted by the members in their social circles, both at Yamuna Nagar and Chandigarh. A sale counter has also been kept in the hospital section which attracts many visitors.
Unfortunately, our application for establishing Industrial Training Institute (ITI) has not been approved because of blanket ban of Haryana Govt. on giving permission to establish new private ITI’s for the time being. With new Govt. in the centre having the agenda of development of skilled personnel, we hope we will be able to take a big leap forward in this wing of the project in near future.

Masala (spices) production centre was established in September 1994 with the following aims in mind:
1.To provide vocation to the rural women so that their economy is improved.
2. To educate these working women in basic hygiene so as to improve their health.
3. To provide pure high quality “hand ground” masalas (spices) to the society.

The chief guest on Baba’s birthday, Shri Kanwar Pal - Speaker Haryana Legislative Assembly had shown a keen interest in the products of this centre. The sale is promoted by the members in their social circles, both at Yamuna Nagar and Chandigarh. A sale counter has also been kept in the hospital section.
Employment opportunity: The various wings of the project are providing job opportunities to the adopted population. In the non-technical areas, the jobs are offered to economically weaker families of the adopted population, irrespective of caste or creed. But for the technical jobs, the applicants from the adopted villages are required to compete with others in a merit based open/transparent selection process
Besides the two doctors working on voluntary basis, there are 46 paid/contract jobs available in the project. Out of these total 48 jobs, 25 are occupied by the adopted villagers. One village woman has been engaged to run the Sadan canteen.
The details of villagers employed under various categories in the different wings of the project are given below:

Department Technical Jobs Rural/Total Non-Technical Rural/Total Total Rural/Total Remarks
Education 02/22 07/07 09/29 02 qualified teachers from villages
Hospital 03/04 05/05 08/09 X-Ray tech. from village. Lab. Tech from the city
Masala Centre 01/01 03/03 04/04 All from Darwa
Common Pool 00/01 04/05 04/06 Adm. Officer from city
Total 06/28(21.4% rural) 19/20(95% rural) 25/48(52% of the total jobs are rural) Tech. Jobs: 21.4 % Rural Non Tech: 95% Rural

“Let new India arise out of the peasants’ cottage, grasping the plough; out of the fisherman, the cobber and the sweeper. The peasant, the shoe-maker, the sweeper, and such other lower classes of India have much greater capacity for work and self-reliance than others. They have been silently working through long ages and producing the entire wealth of the land without a word of complaint”

-Sri Sathya Sai Baba


* Celebrations of all the festivals and important cultural and heritage events to inculcate in the minds of beneficiaries the importance of ancient Indian culture and inter-religion fellowship, based on multi-pluralistic Indian society.

* Sarva Dharam bhajan sessions on Sundays, Thursdays and all festivals. Suprabhatam and Nagar Sankirtan on every Sunday and festival. Narayan Sewa on the last Sunday of the month.

The spiritual programmes are the back-bone of the whole project and a source of inspiration for the volunteers to bring in a change in themselves (self-evolution) and then to bring in a change in the society. Besides inculcating the 5D’s (Duty, Discipline, Devotion Determination and Discrimination) in the children, these spiritual programmes are bringing subtle changes in the life style of the people attached to the project in various capacities.

The gains are wonderful. The darkness of “ego” of the volunteers is gradually being removed by the effulgence of sprouting “Love” in their hearts. One does hear now and then, the comments on feelings of better control of emotions, hatred and jealousy towards others.

We pray to Bhagwan Sri Sathya Sai Baba to restore the old enthusiasm in the hearts of our worthy members so that they participate in these programmes more vigorously to enjoy the bliss of taking a dip in the Ganges - the ocean of love, flowing at our doorsteps

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