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  • 1. Siddhartha Vashishta Charitable Trust is an ISO 9001:2008 registered non-profitorganisation based in New Delhi, India. The Trust was initiated after seeing theharsh realities and problems that plague our society today, particularly the sorrystate of children of the jailed inmates and the demon of cancer affecting so many.The children of the jailed inmates are suffering for crimes they have nevercommitted; and the stigma along with unavailability of resources compounds theirmisery. These children also deserve a chance at life. The trust tries to provideeducation to these children along with uniforms, books and medical assistance, etc.We also try to inculcate self confidence in these children and their mothers.Cancer requires detection and treatment at an early stage to increase chances ofsurvival. The trust involves noted physicians, doctors and surgeons to give strengthto its activities such as medical camps, seminars and conferences. The trust getsacross its messages to the community through events such as fine art exhibitions,street shows, awareness seminars, etc.
  • 2.  Application by the needy convicts are received by the Trust for educationalassistance. After receiving the applications, the staff conducts a survey, to verify theinformation and the need for school fees or any other assistance. If the applicant is found eligible the, Trust provides: School Fee to the wards of the convicts, School uniform (both summer & winter) along with shoes.  Books, school bags and stationery.Our staff/volunteer visits the convicts’ house for regular follow-ups regarding theirneeds and also counsel them to lead a life of dignity and respect. For collecting the fees, books, etc. if any member from the convict’s family comesto our office, a conveyance allowance is of Rs. 50/- is also given.
  • 3.  In the first year itself the Human Touch Child Education program took up theeducational responsibility of 91 children of 44 convicts and provided them withschool fees, school bags, books, stationeries, uniform for both winter/summer alongwith shoes. In the subsequent year the number of children of convicts supported by thehuman touch child education program increased greatly and the number of childrenbeing supported by the trust today stands at 369 students. In this year the Trust hasalso extend their helping hand to those students who want to pursuegraduation/post graduation and other professional courses, so that they canestablish themselves and can support there families. NOTE: All the detail figures are given in Annexure 1.
  • 4.  The following are the courses being pursued by the wards of jail inmatessupported by SVCT: Course Name of the Course No. of Students Graduation B.A., B.Sc., B.Tech 18 Post Graduation MBA 1Professional Course Comp. Course, Tailoring, Nursery teachers training 3Higher Secondary XII and XI 38 Secondary X to IX 55 Middle School VI to VIII 81 Primary School I to V 141 Nursery KG/LKG/Nursery 32
  • 5. Sr. No. Case No. Name of Convict Name of Student Class Jail No. 1 1 Vinod Kashyap Hemant X 2 2 1 Vinod Kashyap Shilpa 2 3 1 Vinod Kashyap Himanshu 2 4 2 Ram Pujan Varsha X 2 5 2 Ram Pujan Durga (Laxmi) XII 2 6 2 Ram Pujan Pooja XI 2 7 3 Prem Kishore Harsh X 2 8 5 Rajesh Kajal IV 2 9 5 Rajesh Shivani III 2 10 7 Allauadin Ujla III 2 11 7 Allauadin Gulfan VI 2 12 7 Allauadin Gulkasha V 2 13 8 Sunil Kumar Rahul Goyal XI 1 14 8 Sunil Kumar Himanshu Goyal X 1 15 9 Sunil Choudhary Naina VI 1 16 9 Sunil Choudhary Sanjay IX 1 17 9 Sunil Choudhary Roshni VI 1 18 9 Sunil Choudhary Ajay Kumar V 1 19 10 Ashok Rana Sudhanshu V 1 20 10 Ashok Rana Shristi X 1 21 10 Ashok Rana Shivangi B. Tech 1
  • 6. 22 11 Rakesh Aman II 223 11 Rakesh Sachi (Ayush) III 224 12 Uday Raj Ranju VII 225 12 Uday Raj Pradeep XI 226 12 Uday Raj Kuldeep XII 227 14 Satyawan Rakhi XII 228 14 Satyawan Tarawati VII 229 14 Satyawan Akash VII 230 15 Baijnath Rakhi B.A (CC) 231 15 Baijnath Shivam VI 232 15 Baijnath Kirti X 233 16 Girdhari Arun VII 234 16 Girdhari Deepmala VIII 235 17 Babnan Wasim 236 18 Musharfeen Sowalin 237 19 Anil Kumar Bhanu Pratap XI 238 19 Anil Kumar Uday VI 239 20 Kishan Pal Ruby VII 240 20 Kishan Pal Jaswant V 241 20 Kishan Pal Ayush-Bhure IV 242 21 Nafiz Anam VII 243 21 Nafiz Ilma II 244 22 Ram Prakash Manisha KG 245 22 Ram Prakash Kirti II 246 23 Vinod Sharma Prerna V 247 23 Vinod Sharma Aniket IX 2
  • 7. 48 23 Vinod Sharma Aniket IX 249 23 Vinod Sharma Akshay X 250 24 Ramesh Hitesh II 251 24 Ramesh Priyanka IV 252 24 Ramesh Aarju VI 253 25 Khalid Momd. Firoj VIII 254 25 Khalid Momd. Sofia V 255 25 Khalid Momd. Shaheen XI 256 26 Tejpal Priyanka XI 257 27 Vinod Yadav Manish VIII 258 27 Vinod Yadav Manisha VI 259 27 Vinod Yadav Sakshi X 260 28 Kishan Lal Kiran Kumar XI 261 28 Kishan Lal Ajay Kumar IX 262 29 Parveen Divya X 263 29 Parveen Rahul XI 264 30 Satish Archana VI 265 30 Satish Tisha (Alka) IV 266 30 Satish Davendra IX 267 31 Harun Salim IX 268 31 Harun Idrish V 269 31 Harun Sahiba III 270 31 Harun Israil NUR 271 32 Bal Kishan Dheeraj VII 272 32 Bal Kishan Neeraj V 273 34 Hasmuddin Yasmin XII 274 34 Hasmuddin Shahrukh XI 2
  • 8. 75 34 Hasmuddin Imran VI 2 76 35 Ravi Shankar Gudia IX 2 77 35 Ravi Shankar Naresh VIII 2 78 36 Durga Prasad Nitin III 2 79 37 Sanjay Sarika III 2 80 37 Sanjay Chetan III 2 81 37 Sanjay Muskan II 2 82 37 Sanjay Kushi II 2 83 38 Ajay Ankush XII 2 84 38 Ajay Aashish X 2 85 39 Gopi Chand Anuj XII 2 86 39 Gopi Chand Deepak CC 2 87 40 Charanjeet Singh Amrit Singh IV 2 88 40 Charanjeet Singh Jasmin Kaur IX 2 89 42 Pal Singh Simran Kaur I 2 90 42 Pal Singh Arjun Singh V 2 91 43 Dalip Manish XII 2 92 43 Dalip Vanita X 2 93 44 Niranjan Vandana XII 2 94 44 Niranjan Pankaj VI 2 95 45 Chandan Deepak III 2 96 45 Chandan Himanshi VI 2 97 45 Chandan Khushi IV 2 98 46 Jameel Khan Nazia V 2 99 46 Jameel Khan Alisha II 2100 47 Davendra Kumar Sri Devi XI 2101 47 Davendra Kumar Vikas IX 2
  • 9. 102 47 Davendra Kumar Kanchan II 2103 47 Davendra Kumar Ranjan I 2104 48 Gurpal Singh Harvinder Singh VI 2105 48 Gurpal Singh Ponam VI 2106 48 Gurpal Singh Satnam Singh IV 2107 49 Bhanu Singh Nancy XI 2108 49 Bhanu Singh Karan X 2109 49 Bhanu Singh Malti (Wife) TC 2110 50 Kanhiya Lal Sushil Kumar VII 2111 50 Kanhiya Lal Indu IX 2112 50 Kanhiya Lal Bharti VII 2113 53 Moin Khan Momin VII 5114 53 Moin Khan Najoo III 5115 56 Jamsed Jaffar III 5116 57 Bhajan Singh Muskan VI (HC) 5117 58 Raj Kumar Kapil XII 5118 58 Raj Kumar Prem Kumar XII 5119 58 Raj Kumar Aarti Pipal B.A. 5120 59 Pawan Lakra Ishaan I 5121 60 Gulfan Momd. Azaan I 5122 60 Gulfan Momd. Zasmeen I 5123 60 Gulfan Momd. Soheil II 5124 60 Gulfan Momd. Rehan NUR 5125 61 Ashok Poonam IV 5126 61 Ashok Ranjeet I 5127 61 Ashok Neelam III 5128 62 Prem Raj Seema X (CC) 5
  • 10. 129 63 Kallu Sultan III 5130 63 Kallu Lalla III 5131 63 Kallu Samir 5132 63 Kallu Saripan II 5133 67 Suraj Pal Singh Akash B. Tech 1134 67 Suraj Pal Singh Khushboo X 1135 69 Kamal Kishore Shikha VI 2136 70 Paramjeet Ishmeet Kaur VII 2137 70 Paramjeet Simran Kaur B.A. (CC) 2138 71 Jai Kumar Kaushal VII 5139 71 Jai Kumar Praveen V 5140 71 Jai Kumar Rajiv IV 5141 72 Ajay Kumar Gaurav B. Tech 5142 72 Ajay Kumar Saurav B.Sc. 5143 75 Lalit Kumar Karan I 5144 75 Lalit Kumar Jaya IV 5145 76 Sat Narayan Amit IV 2146 76 Sat Narayan Nidhi VIII 2147 78 Nand Kishore Pranshu B.A. 2148 78 Nand Kishore Khushboo MBA 2149 79 Kamal Vishal X 2150 79 Kamal Sahil VII 2151 80 Md. Akhtar Salman UKG 2152 80 Md. Akhtar Arbaz NUR 2153 80 Md. Akhtar Sohail NUR 2154 81 Sunil Dutt Jaya VIII 2155 81 Sunil Dutt Jatin XI 2
  • 11. 156 81 Sunil Dutt Sanjay B.A. 2157 82 Raj Kumar Saurabh VI 2158 82 Raj Kumar Komal X 2159 82 Raj Kumar Bhanu Pratap IX 2160 83 Sita Ram Kiran VI 2161 83 Sita Ram Umakant IX 2162 84 Om Bir Rahul IV 2163 84 Om Bir Shilpi IV 2164 85 Bablu Rukhsar VIII 2165 86 Ashok Kumar Nikhil X 2166 86 Ashok Kumar Akhil XI 2167 87 Mukhesh Kumar Suraj IV 2168 87 Mukhesh Kumar Bharti III 2169 87 Mukhesh Kumar Vicky (Pinki) VII 2170 88 Ravi Prachi I 2171 89 Hari Om Vikash VI 2172 89 Hari Om Aakash X 2173 90 Sanjeev Paras VI 2174 91 Brindavan Surender B.SC 2175 91 Brindavan Amar B. Tech 2176 92 Gulab Singh Preeti IV 2177 92 Gulab Singh Gagan III 2178 92 Gulab Singh Gudan I 2179 93 Rajender Kumar Harish X 2180 93 Rajender Kumar Hemlata X 2181 93 Rajender Kumar Arun 2182 94 Om Prakash Heena Prasad B.A. 2
  • 12. 183 95 Vishnu Sheetal IV 2184 95 Vishnu Sumit III 2185 95 Vishnu Sonia VII 2186 96 Paramjeet Singh Arveen Kumar B.A. RHN187 96 Paramjeet Singh Daljit singh B.A. RHN188 97 Brahm Prakash Renu X 5189 97 Brahm Prakash Monica V 5190 97 Brahm Prakash Amit VI 5191 98 Mahesh Neha II 5192 98 Mahesh Priya I 5193 98 Mahesh Naitik KG 5194 100 Kishan Lal Manish III 5195 101 Raja Khan Salman XI 2196 101 Raja Khan Aashma VII 2197 102 Sirajuddin Wasim Akram XI 2198 102 Sirajuddin Muskan VI 2199 103 Nizamuddin Nazreen X 2200 103 Nizamuddin Tamanna I 2201 104 Md. Mukim Shan Momd. VIII 2202 104 Md. Mukim Saira VIII 2203 105 Md. Sakir Saqib III 2204 105 Md. Sakir Samira V 2205 107 Arvind Singh Simran IV 2206 107 Arvind Singh Palak I 2207 108 Harinder Bali Ram XI 2208 110 Sohan Neha NUR 2209 112 Mahesh Rasika LKG 2
  • 13. 210 113 Vishnu Yash UKG 2211 113 Vishnu Anuj I 2212 114 Brij Mohan Manthan NUR 2213 114 Brij Mohan Vanshita UKG 2214 115 Gyaneshwar Hunny VI 2215 115 Gyaneshwar Deepu VI 2216 116 Mohan Lal Kaberi V 4217 117 Naresh Dheeraj II 2218 117 Naresh Gautam III 2219 118 Yashwant Karan UKG 2220 120 Kishan Lal Sangeeta IV 2221 120 Kishan Lal Aman II 2222 120 Kishan Lal Suraj I 2223 121 Vishambar Singh Vishal X 4224 121 Vishambar Singh Priya VIII 4225 122 Ashok Vipasha VIII 2226 122 Ashok Shivani VI 2227 123 Navratan Lal Suraj I 2228 123 Navratan Lal Abhishek I 2229 123 Navratan Lal Mohit I 2230 125 Kailash Ashwani IV 2231 125 Kailash Aarti V 2232 126 Subhash Muskan III 2233 M-1 Dalip Singh Harsh Vardhan I 0234 M-2 Manjeet Mannu IV235 M-2 Manjeet Joshva II236 M-2 Manjeet Jainy I
  • 14. 237 M-2 Manjeet Pinki XII238 M-3 Lokesh Tonk Manish X239 M-3 Lokesh Tonk Shifali VIII240 M-3 Lokesh Tonk Nitish XI241 M-4 Abha Devi (Victim) Prerna V242 M-5 Pawan Bhatt Aradhana UKG243 M-5 Pawan Bhatt Sadhna I244 M-6 Anita Vipin X245 M-6 Anita Sonica VIII246 M-6 Anita Risha II247 M-6 Anita Nisha VIII248 M-7 Neetu Shrivastava Mansi X249 M-7 Neetu Shrivastava Roshni X250 M-8 Rajender Sumit XI251 127 Pradeep Yash VI 2252 127 Pradeep Gitanjali X 2253 128 Mangalam Pushpa VI 2254 129 Devendra Akshay KG 2255 130 Sanjay Varsha IX 2256 130 Sanjay Ghanshyam IV 2257 132 Akbar Afsha IV 2258 132 Akbar Aadil I 2259 133 Sunil Neha I 2260 133 Sunil Muskan III 2261 133 Sunil Ishika NUR 2262 134 Jitender Kunal VI 2263 134 Jitender Nikhil KG 2
  • 15. 264 137 Madan Pawan V 2265 137 Madan Himanshi IV 2266 138 Mahender Neha I267 138 Mahender Pravesh II 2268 141 Vinay Kumar Piyush IX RHN269 142 Vinod Kumar Priya VII RHN270 142 Vinod Kumar Sapna IV RHN271 142 Vinod Kumar Saurav II RHN272 143 Raju Arjun (Kalu) VII RHN273 144 Ishwar Neeraj IX RHN274 144 Ishwar Nitesh VII RHN275 149 Mohan Lal Vinita X RHN276 149 Mohan Lal Babby X RHN277 150 Baljeet Singh Bharti VII RHN278 150 Baljeet Singh Harish (Nirmal) XII RHN279 150 Baljeet Singh Manjeet X RHN280 153 Vipin Aman VII RHN281 153 Vipin Ankush I RHN282 157 Pawan Mayank UKG RHN283 157 Pawan Nami (Namrata) IV RHN284 159 Vinod Lakshmi V RHN285 159 Vinod Pinki IV RHN286 159 Vinod Akash III RHN287 159 Vinod Vikas I RHN288 160 Vinod Bharti X 2289 160 Vinod Pooja VII 2290 160 Vinod Kirtiman XI 2
  • 16. 291 162 Satish Hiten NUR 2292 162 Satish Payal X 2293 162 Satish Ritika VI 2294 162 Satish Akshita I 2295 163 Om Prakash Chanchal XII 2296 165 Sharda jain Akshay B.A. 6297 167 Ramrati Bittoo B.A. 6298 168 Netra Pal Deepak X 4299 168 Netra Pal Meena VIII 4300 169 Ibrahim Sekh Imrana III 5301 169 Ibrahim Sekh Israna KG 5302 169 Ibrahim Sekh Khatija VII 5303 169 Ibrahim Sekh Ikram IV 5304 170 Harish Mahesh IV 2305 171 Virendra Gupta Sweta V 4306 171 Virendra Gupta Rohit IV 4307 171 Virendra Gupta Saurabh IX 4308 172 Chotey Lal Vikas I 4309 173 Vikas Gupta Palak NUR 4310 174 Manik Chand Suraj X 4311 174 Manik Chand Payal XI 4312 176 Bhagwan Das Bharat IV 2313 176 Bhagwan Das Bhawana III 2314 178 Md. Rafi Suhail (Amir) III 2315 178 Md. Rafi Saqib I 2316 178 Md. Rafi Qadir I 2317 178 Md. Rafi Anas KG 2
  • 17. 318 179 Babloo Sharma Pankaj XII 2319 179 Babloo Sharma Suman X 2320 179 Babloo Sharma Aakash VIII 2321 179 Babloo Sharma Sudha VIII 2322 179 Babloo Sharma Komal VI 2323 179 Babloo Sharma Parul VII 2324 180 Gian Chand Jagbir XII 2325 180 Gian Chand Sushma XII 2326 180 Gian Chand Sarita XI 2327 181 Hari Narayan Mithlesh Pal B.A. 4328 182 Balbir Singh Birju III 3329 182 Balbir Singh Anjali II 3330 182 Balbir Singh Govinda I 3331 185 Dinesh Kumar Komal B.A./NTT/CC 5332 185 Dinesh Kumar Vansh KG 5333 186 Yogesh kumar Naman KG 5334 189 Anil Kumar Akansha VIII 2335 189 Anil Kumar Mukal VII 2336 189 Anil Kumar Natasha VI 2337 190 Ali Hasan Hujfa V 4338 190 Ali Hasan Rehan NUR 4339 190 Ali Hasan Aalia II 4340 191 Satyabir Neha VIII 2341 192 Manto Raja VIII 4342 192 Manto Sayra II 4343 193 Sanjay Kapil V 1344 193 Sanjay Shivangi KG 1
  • 18. 345 195 Yamin Israna IV 4346 195 Yamin Adil II 4347 196 Gulfam Gulzar X 4348 196 Gulfam Gulaksha IX 4349 196 Gulfam Bunty X 4350 196 Gulfam Anjum II 4351 199 Satish Chand Tushar III 4352 199 Satish Chand Shivam II 4353 202 Rakesh Bharat V 1354 202 Rakesh Radhika IV 1355 203 Shri Kant Shivam IV 1356 204 Manish Bhardwaj Vaibhav NUR 1357 204 Manish Bhardwaj Siddharth LKG 1358 205 Shailendra Puppy VIII 4359 205 Shailendra Bhupender IX 4360 205 Shailendra Bobby VI 4361 206 Akbar Jaina NUR 3362 206 Akbar Jaiba NUR 3363 207 Shane Ali Fazal IV 4364 208 Surendra Rohit B.A. 4365 209 Narender Pal Vansh NUR 4366 209 Narender Pal Vanshika NUR 4367 226 Sanjeev Aashish VI 1368 226 Sanjeev Priyanka VI 1369 226 Sanjeev Tannu III 1370 227 Arjun Prasad Sarita IX 2371 227 Arjun Prasad Saroj VII 2372 231 Jai Bhagwan Nitin IV 2373 236 Sharvan Padam V 1
  • 19.  The distribution of fees of the convicts children is an on going process which goeson through the year and our staff along with our volunteers dispense the school feesas and when the semester of the school requires them to do so. School bags, stationary items, are distributed to the kids of convicts every 3months. Books, Copies, Pencils, etc. are also distributed to Juggis dwellers residing in theTihar Jail colony. SVCT organizes drawing competitions for students on important days like 26,January & Republic day. SVCT volunteers collect clothes, shoes etc. on a regular basis during camps, whichare distributed to the poor and needy convicts’ families in addition to new schooluniforms.
  • 20. Cancer is one of the most threatening social issues in India, which ismedically known as a malignant neoplasm. It is the most rapidly growingdisease in India and is now reaching epidemic proportions. Breast and Uterus cancer in Women and Mouth, Throat andProstrate cancer in Men is the most prevalent in our society. Thesehappen to be amongst the deadliest forms of cancer but their symptomsare most commonly ignored by people.We at SVCT feel that if the disease is detected in time, then it can beeasily treated. Our vision at SVCT is to help spread awareness and helpdetect cancer early in as many people as possible to aid its treatment.
  • 21.  SVCT organizes events, camps, seminars and conferences to spread awareness tothe uneducated and also educated members of the society. We organize camps invarious parts of the city, its slums and villages. We have a team of doctors who dispense information about different types ofCancer and its cures. Females are given detailed information about Breast and Uterus cancers byreputed and highly experienced Lady doctors, so that they can feel free to cleartheir doubts and share there apprehensions. So far we have organized 10 suchcamps about Breast cancer (awareness and detection) in which 984 OPD screenedand 176 X-Ray Mammography were conducted & 411 blood samples were taken todetect cancer. Among the highly qualified doctors who regularly visits our camps are:  Dr. Vandana Mehta  Dr. Lovepreet Kaur  Dr. Khushi Chaudhury  Dr. Namrata Mohan  Dr. Palak Gupta
  • 22. SVCT organised two camps in Palam Vihar and Rajouri Garden, in which 95ladies from different part of the area took part in that. SVCT distributedpamphlets about BSE (Breast Self Examination) to every woman presentthere.Ladies actively took part in the activities which was conducted by the ladydoctors.
  • 23. On the occasion of International Women day on March 9,2012 , Siddhartha Vashishta Charitable Trust launched itsChandigarh chapter by organizing a walk in support ofawareness and early detection of breast cancer andwomen cancers that began from Sukhna Lake at 10 a.m.and ended at sector 17 Plaza.SVCT organized a walk along with the MKC Trust Londonand ROKO Cancer Trust, India, where more than 10,000participants of all ages, students from different collegesof Chandigarh, eminent personalities participated.Renowned actress & TV star Mrs. Kirron Kher along withSVCT Trustee Chairperson inaugurated this rally.Followed by a mega camp which was sponsored by SVCTis which diabetic tests, mammography, Blood Pressureand weight checks were done by a team of doctors fromPunjab medical college.
  • 24. SVCT has so far organized 39 general health camps in rural, urban and slum of Delhi;The following doctors took part in the camps: • Dr. Vandana Mehta • Dr. Naveen Tyagi • Dr. Abhilash Chaudhary General Medicine • Dr. Jitendra • Dr. Simran kaur Sahwney • Dr. Shashank Arora Dental • Dr. Shilpa • Dr. Lovepreet Kaur Homoeopathy • Dr. Khushi Chaudhary In General Medicine 8,600 In Homeopathy 470 In Dental 938 NOTE: All the detail figures are given in Annexure 2.
  • 25. SVCT has organised 5 Heart check-up camps in association with Metro Hospital andCancer Institute.The following Doctors have visited the camps on a regularly basis  Dr. Amit Mittal (Cardiologist),  Dr. Amar (cancer specialist), and  Dr. Johar (Respiratory specialist). Disease No. of OPD Tests Done Camps screened Heart 5 501 RBS (Red Blood Sugar) – 282 ECG (Echo Cardiogram) – 330 ECHO – 81 Respiratory 2 80 PFT (Pulmonary Function Test) – 63 PFM (Peak Flow Meter) – 52 Cancer 2 90 - NOTE: All the detail figures are given in Annexure 2.
  • 26. Under this program, we have helped a 3 year old babynamed Supriya Roy, daughter of Swapan Roy ofGuwahati, Assam in getting her Heart Surgery donefrom AIIMS (All India Institute of Medical Science).She was admitted on February 10, 2012, operated onFebruary 11 and was discharged on February 15.The doctor of AIIMS in cardiac dept. have approachedus in arranging for the funds for doing the operation ofthe baby who had a hole in the heart by birth.SVCT has provided the entire operation charges andcost of medicines.Another case of neuro-surgery is being aided by thetrust for which the date of operation is awaited fromAIIMS Hospital.
  • 27. In 2011, 57 families of convicts comprising around 200 wards ofprisoners was extended a health care plan and issued “Health InsuranceCard”- with a coverage of rupees 1 lakh from United India InsuranceCompany.However in 2012 we are in discussion with ICICI PRUDENTIAL insuranceto provide a comprehensive insurance policy for the wards and familyof inmates with a floating coverage of up to 35 lacks to better utilize thefacility and cover all the 375 children and their mothers.
  • 28. The Times of India You are here: Home » Life & Style » People Manu Sharma’s trust saves a 3-year-oldHis trust SVCT, which is engaged in a lot of . The girl, who is recuperating at AIIMS issocial work, recently helped a 3-year-old get a in good health, and her father, Swapan Ray,new heart by funding her surgery. is a much more relieved man now. SharingManu Sharmas name usually evokes feeling of his happiness with us, he said, "At firstanger and hatred, but not many know that theman, who is serving life imprisonment in the when the people from the trust contactedJessica Lal murder case, runs a charitable trust me, I could not believe that they actuallyby the name Siddhartha Vashishta Charitable wanted to help and will bear all theTrust (SVCT). Managed by his mother Shakti expenses. Apart from the surgery, they areRani Sharma and brother Kartik Sharma, the helping us with the hospital expenses too."trust is dedicated to noble causes like childeducation, cancer awareness, re-employment "Ever since we got to know about myof prisoners, etc. daughters illness, Ive been worried sick as to how will I ever be able to manage herRecently the trust helped a 3-year-old girl treatment, but all my tensions are gonenamed Supriya undergo a heart transplant and now. How could I ever thank God enoughsave her life. The girl, who had a hole in herheart, was admitted to AIIMS, and according for bringing these people in my life? Theyto Kapil, secretary, SVCT, the doctors at are my daughters life savers," an emotionalAIIMS contacted them with the girls details Swapan added later.
  • 29. In his childhood days Siddhartha used to go with his grandfather to Missionaries ofCharity in Chandigarh Sec-23, where many orphans, mentally disordered people andphysically handicapped were taken care of and provided medical assistance.It was from such a little age, the desire for helping to this noble cause grew in theminds of young Siddhartha, who after many years on December 25, 2011 donatedRs. 50 Lakh for this special cause..
  • 30. The Times of India ‘Repentant’ Manu Sharma donates Rs. 50 You are here: Home » Life & Style » People Manu Lakhs to Missionaries a 3-year-old Sharma’s trust saves of CharityCHANDIGARH, 25th December, 2011: "A special prayer was offered for the well-Special prayers were offered at being and good health ofChandigarhs biggest church in Sector 19 Siddhartha Vashishtha alias Manu SharmaSunday morning after Siddhartha Vashishta, who generously made a donation of Rs 50 lakhalias Manu Sharma, who is serving a life for the poor and handicapped people ofterm for the murder of ramp model Jessica society at Chandigarhs Mother TeresaLall, donated Rs 50 lakh (5 million) to the Sisters,"Missionaries of Charity. Father Thomas Anchanikal, Parish priest and Vicar General of the Christ the King CathedralThe money was donated to the Missionaries here, said on Sunday.of Charity for setting up a physiotherapyunit, education and medical assistance and Family sources of Manu Sharma said that thecarrying out repairs at the Mother donation had been made by him as aTeresa Home here. "repentance" for his earlier actions. He also sponsored a community lunch at the Christ Church in Chandigarhs Sector 18 on Sunday.
  • 31. Man is a product of circumstances. Many a times a tryst with destiny lands him onthe wrong side of the law, which may be purely accidental. Serving time incorrectional facility brings him in a parallel world where people have their ownsuffering of a different nature. The society at large may be oblivious or evencritical of such suffering. What people fail to see is the opportunities to reformduring this period of incarceration.The convicts deserve a fair deal to change themselves into better, moreresponsible and skilled human beings so that they may reintegrate into the mainstream of Society on being discharged and the society can not turn away from itsresponsibility towards these families and convicts. They need acceptance, supportand integration into main stream so that the approach of punishment and hatredtranscends into one of reform and change.We at SVCT have lend our hands for such a noble cause
  • 32. Some of the notable cases which SVCT have worked upon are as follows: • We at SVCT have helped many of the convicts for getting job in different field like artist, cooks, drivers, machine men, security guards, office worker/market men, administration managers, etc. • A fine arts faculty of SVCT, Mr. Kamlesh Thakur used to visit different jails of Tihar for the last 3 years and taught the artistic works to the convicts. • An artist who has completed 10 yrs of imprisonment was engaged in SVCT . His nature of duty to visit different jails and teach the convicts the art of painting. SVCT has started the painting work in Dasana Jail, Ghaziabad and District Jail in Karnal. • SVCT is providing painting materials to the both Jails and apart from it we are also providing study material to the Karnal Jail.
  • 33. SVCT organised a two day painting exhibition‘Colours of Hope’, showcasing the paintingsexclusively made by Tihar inmates and Upcomingartists at Satyagraha Hall, Gandhi Darshan, NewDelhi on July 8, 2011. It was a exhibition of paintingsreflecting their inner beauty expressing one thing –‘all men are inherently good.’The event was inaugurated by MP Jaya Pradha &Prof. Zargar Zahoor, Dean, Faculty of Fine Arts, JamiaMillia Islamia.Many eminent personalities including differentdiplomats from ‘Sweden’, MP’s, foreign nationals,renowned doctors, businessmen and large numberof visitors came to see the exhibition.Students from different colleges from India whocame to SVCT for their Summer internship tookactively part in the exhibition and learned a lot.
  • 34.  Cancer Camp at Udham Singh Park, Wazirpur (October 20, 2010) A Camp was organized in collaboration with Indian Cancer Society (Regd), where a team of Doctors, technicians and nursing staff were treating all the patients. They screened 41 patients and also sent blood samples of doubtful cases for investigation. SVCT arranged some medicines for general O.P.D. Dr.(Mrs.) Vandana Mehta took this initiative and screened 125 OPD (54 female, 65 male & 6 children). A drive against Tobacco was also launched; hand bills and posters were displayed and distributed amongst the general public. Cancer Camp at Udham Singh Park, Wazirpur (October 27, 2010) Here SVCT in association with MKS ROKO Cancer Charitable Trust, organised another camp where 66 suspected patients were screened. A complete Mobile Cancer Van with a Potable Mammography X-Ray machine was brought by ROKO in which 24 Mammography tests were done. A doctor (Dr. Naveen Tyagi) of ESI Hospital offered his services voluntarily where 175 OPD patients were screened and all patients were given required medicines. On this occasion, some posters were also displayed and leaflets regarding Tobacco and Breast Cancer were distributed amongst the patients and general public.
  • 35.  Health Camp at J.J.Colony, Dwarka (November 18, 2010) Dr. Naveen Tyagi from E.S.I hospital, Delhi & Dr. Abhilash from Civil Hospital, Gurgaon offered services to 188 patients. Mr. Bijender Singh and Mr. Chiranjee Lal helped this Camp to success. Cards were issued to the patients and medicines were distributed to them. Health Camp at Palam Extension (November 20, 2010) SVCT organised this camp along with the voluntary participation of the above two doctors who screened 117 OPD patients. An informative exhibition on Tobacco was also displayed. All the people of the surrounding areas were happy to see the camp and requested SVCT to hold such Camps.  Cancer Camp at Jhadhoda Kalan (November 28, 2010) SVCT organized this camp in collaboration with MKS (ROKO Cancer) Charitable Trust, with the help of DIG Mr. G. J. Singh. Here 71 suspected patients were screened and 27 Mammography tests were done. Dr. Astha from SVCT gave some useful information regarding Breast Self Examination, amongst participants also.
  • 36.  Health Camp at Dada Dev Mandir, Dwarka (December 4, 2010) Both Dr. Tyagi & Dr. Abhilash offered their services voluntarily to 110 patients. This Camp was organised by SVCT mainly to check any suspected case of cancer. Medicines were also given to the suspected cases. An exhibition on "Anti Tobacco" were placed which were appreciated by the people.  AIDS Awareness Camp at Uttam Nagar (December 9, 2010) AIDS Awareness Camp was organized by SVCT where 18 ladies participated in the Camp. People were made aware regarding the prevention against AIDS. This was the first activity in this area by SVCT. Health Camp at Shiv Vihar, Uttam Nagar (December 11,2010) Two doctors provided their services to 136 patients. This Camp was organized to check the possible cancer patients and for further detection. Cards were issued to the patients and medicines were dispensed to them. Mrs. Sarita Pathak helped us in organizing the camp.
  • 37.  Quiz Competition for Nutrition and Immunization at Uttam Nagar (Dec 15, 2010) A Quiz competition was organized on nutrition and immunization at Ideal Radiant Public School in Shiv Vihar, Uttam Nagar. Here 55 Ladies participated and 25 simple questions were asked. 1st prize was given to Mrs. Sarita who scored 15/25, 2nd to Neelam Rai who scored 12/25 and 3rd to Mira who scored 9/25 marks. Consolation Prizes were also distributed to those who gave answers to more than 2 questions. Health Camp at Vikas Nagar (Dec 25, 2010) SVCT organised this camp at Colonel Bhatia Road, Green Avenue, Vikas Nagar, New Delhi with the help of Bhagwan Dass Chauhan( President, Block- E, Vikas Nagar). In this Camp, 203 O.P.Ds were screened and required medicines were also given to the needy patients.  Eye Check-up Camp at Allahabad Bank (Dec 26, 2010) A Camp was organized with the help of Aster Eye Care at Allahabad Bank premises in Lajpat In this camp, 41 O.P.Ds were conducted. A small informatics exhibition on cancer and tobacco was also displayed.
  • 38.  Health Camp at Shyam Vihar (January 15, 2011) Dr. Rajiv from E.S.I. Hospital and Dr. Abhilash from Sunrise Hospital, Gurgaon screened 125 OPDs and medicines were also provided to the patients free of cost. Mr. Nawab Singh, Mr. Rajinder Chokker and Mr. Ashwani Ranga helped to make it successful. Health Camp at Tara Nagar (January 22, 2011) SVCT organised a camp in association with Jimedar Nagrik Trust at Bharat Jodo Complex, 109 Tara Nagar (Near Kakrola Dairy). For vide publicity, Bharat Jodo used their vehicles for announcement. Mr. Satnam Singh of Bharat Jodo helped to make it a success. Dr. Jitendra from E.S.I. Hospital and Dr.Abhilash from Sunrise Hospital conducted 244 OPDs & medicines were given to all patients.  Drawing Competition held at Mayur Vihar (January 23, 2011) A drawing competition was organized for different age groups (i.e. 5-7 years, 8-10 years and 11-12 years) at Shree Ram Vatika Park, Mayur Vihar- 2, Delhi with the help of Resident Welfare Society (Regd). 89 children from different age groups participated. Different topics were given to all the participants. The imagination and creativity of children towards their subject came out by this event. 26th Jan, on the occasion of Republic Day function, Mr. Anil Grover (President of Resident Welfare Society) along with area MLA & Councillor distributed prizes to the winners.
  • 39.  Breast Cancer Camp at Janakpuri (January 24, 2011) SVCT with the help of ROKO Cancer Charitable Trust, 46 ladies were examined at this camp. Relevant & useful information regarding the cause , symptoms and effects of the breast cancer was shared. 27 Mammography tests were conducted. Health Camp at Ranaji Enclave (January 29, 2011) A general health check up camp was organised at Shiv Mandir, Ranaji Enclave, Najafgarh Road, New Delhi from 11 am to 3 p.m. With the support of Mr. Bhola Nath and Mrs. Suman Taneja, 220 O.P.Ds were screened.  Heart Check up Camp at Janakpuri (January 30, 2011) A free heart check up camp was organised at Shree Sanatan Dharam Mandir Sabha D-Block, Janakpuri, New Delhi from 11 am to 3 pm. in association with Metro Hospital and Cancer Institute, Preet Vihar, Delhi. A cardiologist with a Dietician screened 89 O.P.D in which 75 E.C.Gs, 75 R.B.S (Sugar Test) were done, and 26 Echo Test were screened. Mr. Deepak Wadhera & Mrs. Sharma (President) appreciated the effort.
  • 40.  Health Camp at Janakpuri (February 4, 2011) SVCT organised a camp in MCD Primary School, Janakpuri C-4 Block, New Delhi with the help of Mata Chaudhary Heera Devi Charitable Trust & Geeta Mandir Trust. Mr. Prithvi Raj Sahni, Mayor of Delhi inaugurated the camp. 508 O.P.Ds were conducted which included children & school staff and medicines were provided to all the unwell children. Health Camp (February 5, 2011) A health camp was organised at Shiv Mandir, Sangam Vihar Old Kakrola Road, New Delhi from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with the help of Dr. U.P. Singh (Roshan Garden). 245 OPDs were conducted. Participation in Annual Fest (Tempest) At MirandaHouse College, Delhi University (February 9-10, 2011) SVCT took part in the annual fest of Miranda House College from 9th Feb 2011 to 11th Feb 2011. Large number of students who came from different colleges showed keen interest to work with SVCT as volunteers /social internship.
  • 41.  Heart Check up Camp at Allahabad Complex, Janakpuri (February 16, 2011) A heart check up camp was organized with the help of Mr. C. K. Panday, Chief Manager of Allahabad Bank. 102 OPDs were conducted (45 ECG & 65 random sugar Test). 26 patients were referred for Eco test. This Camp was highly appreciated by Mr. Vipul Singla, Zonal Head & Mr. M.C. Singal (A.G.M) Allahabad Bank, Delhi.  Health Camp at Peera Garhi (February 19, 2011) A health camp was organised with the help of Mr. Gurneet Bhandari of Self Help Project for the Dalit Women. 220 O.P.Ds were conducted by Dr. Naveen of Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and Dr.Abhilash of Sunrise Hospital, Gurgaon.Non-Formal Education Camp at Peera Garhi (February 23, 2011) A camp was at Peera Garhi Jhuggi Camp (The Slum Basti). Here street children meeting was organised for Non-Formal Education in Peera Garhi (Slum Basti). 30 students participated in this camp. It was a successful attempt by SVCT.  A Health Camp at Tilak Vihar (February 26, 2011) SVCT organised in association with the Backward Patron Society. 120 O.P.Ds were conducted. Our volunteers worked and helped in make the event successful. Mr. S. Samuals President of Backward Patron Society thanked SVCT for this noble cause
  • 42.  Participation in Annual Fest at J.P. Business School, Noida (March 1, 2011) SVCT participated in the annual fest of J.P. Business School, Noida on 1st March 2011. 11 volunteers from MBA course of Jaypee Business School, Noida managed the SVCT stall. An approximate of 5000 students visited that stall. Many students expressed their interest to work with SVCT as a volunteer or for social internship. 8 students were selected for the Social Internship Program.  Non-Formal Education Camp and Breast Cancer Awareness Camp (March 4, 2011) Under social internship programme of Lady Irwin Collage of Delhi University, 5 students came for the same. A social work programme was organized with the help of Mr. Gurneet Bhandari of Self Help Project for Dalit Women at Peera Garhi Jhuggi Complex on 4 March 2011 at 2.00pm, where 5 students of Lady Irwin College came and met jhuggi cluster children. They talked on good behavior, cleanliness and personal hygiene and played motivational games, which can be helpful for the mental development of child. Later a meeting was also organized for ladies, about 20 ladies participated and awareness was spread regarding cleanliness, hygiene and Breast Cancer and also how to detect cancer on their own by Self Examination.
  • 43.  Health Camp at Shiv Vihar (March 5, 2011) A general health check up camp was organized with the help of Ideal Radian Public School. Dr. Jitendra of ESI Hospital and Dr. Abhilash of Sunrise Hospital, Gurgaon, screened 319 OPD and provided essential medicines to the patients. Health Check up Camp at Mahadev Chowk, Rohini(March 12, 2011) A general health camp was organized with the help of Mr. Bablu Verma of Radhika Jewellers, Avantika, Sec-1. Two doctors screened 197 OPD and medicines were also provided to the patients. Two volunteers came from Ramjas College (Delhi University) for social work and made people aware of the harms of Smoking by holding a small anti tobacco exhibition.  Health Check up Camp at Om Vihar (March 18, 2011) With the help of Backward Patron Society & Aman National Organisation a camp was set up at Om Vihar, Phase 5, near Madina Masjid, Uttam Nagar. Two doctors screened 130 OPD patients and provided medicines to all. Volunteers from Backward Patron society and 5 students of Lady Irwin college (DU) helped in smooth running of the camp.
  • 44.  Breast Cancer Awareness Camp at Janakpuri Church (March 26, 2011) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organized at Janakpuri Church (Associate Bishop Commissary, Evangelical Church of India). In the Camp, two separate portions were made, in one a small & informatics exhibition was displayed for people to know about the bad effects of tobacco & how cancer enters into human beings. In the other compartment, a small session was arranged in which Slide Presentation was shown for Self Breast Examination. Patients felt very happy by the arrangement done by SVCT. 49 OPD cases were screened and 17 X-Ray Mammography tests were done.  Heart, Cancer & Respiratory Camp (March 27, 2011) A Camp on Heart, Cancer & Respiratory was organized in association with Metro Heart & Cancer Institute at Gate No.2, Pocket C, Mayur Vihar Phase -2, Delhi, with the help of Resident Welfare Society. Mr. Anil Kumar Choudary, MLA (& President DPYC) inaugurated the Camp and appreciated the activity. Mr. Davendra Kumar, councilor MCD, also visited and was impressed by the arrangements of the Camp and requested. On our special request Mr. Niloy Mitra chief coordinator, Metro Hospital sent a special team (ECG, Echo, PFT and PFM) for the Camp. Total OPD conducted were 202 (Heart-150, Cancer-60, and Respiratory-55). The following tests were done RBS-160, ECG-110, PFT (Pulmonary function test)-38, PFM (Peak flow Meter)-30 and ECHO -45.
  • 45.  Educational Material Distribution Session (April 9, 2011) A small function was organized in SVCT office at Janakpuri where education books and stationeries were distributed to about 90 children who belonged to Tihar inmates. Apart from these course study books, School dresses (included School Shoes, socks, tie , belt ) were also provided to all convicts children, whom SVCT had adopted. School Fees is also paid by SVCT. Separate non formal class on Breast Cancer, awareness program was also arranged on this occasion.
  • 46.  Educational material distribution in JNJ (slum area) colony (April 21, 2011) An educational program was launched by SVCT, in which we oriented small slum children on the benefits of education in modern era and how they should get best out of it. So we, SVCT distributed notebooks and other useful stationary items to around 35 school going children, who were living in Jhuggis situated near Tihar jail. General Health Check up Camp in J.J. Colony, Uttam Nagar (April 23, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Backward Patron Society (Regd) at Baba Ramdev Mandir complex, B-Block, J.J.Colony, Uttam Nagar. Two doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi and Dr. Abhilash) screened 206 OPD and medicines were also provided to patients.  General Health Check up Camp at Peera-Garhi (April 30, 2011) A General Health Camp was organized with the help of Self Help Project for the Dalit Women at Jhuggi Camp, (Railway side) Peeragarhi, New Delhi. The Doctors who offered their services were Dr.Naveen Tyagi and Dr.Abhilash and they screened 120 OPDs. Free medicines were also provided to patients.
  • 47.  General Health Check up Camp at Vikaspuri(May 7, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Backward Patron Society (Regd) and Jhuggi Jhopri Ekta Sudhar Samiti, at Indira Camp No. 2, J Block, Vikas Puri, New Delhi. Two doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi & Dr. Abhilash ) screened 206 OPD and medicines were also given to patients.  Multi Specialized Health Camp at Vikaspuri (May 14, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Backward Patron Society (Regd) for Jhuggi Jhopri , Indira Camp No. 3 & 5, at Dushera Ground, D & F Block, Vikas Puri, New Delhi on 14 May from 10 am to 2.00 pm. Apart from Allopathic treatment, SVCT introduced Ayurvedic, Naturopathic, Homeopathic, Magnetotheropy, Acupuncture & Acupressure system. The following doctors screened 150 OPDs:- •Dr. Naveen Tyagi & Dr.Abhilash: Allopathy •Dr. Manju Aggarwal : Naturopathy & Reflexology •Dr. M.C. Verma : Ayurveda •Dr. Ashok Verma : Homeopathy •Dr. Mahesh Goel : Acupressure •Dr. Om Pal : Magnetotheropathy •Dr. Vikas Sharma : Naturopathy & Yoga
  • 48.  Medical Health Check up Camp in Rohini (May 21, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Mr. Hem Raj Garg of Navyuvak Sangarsh Welfare Association, at Garg Properties, C Block Vijay Vihar, Sector - 4, Rohini, Delhi. Two doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi and Dr. Abhilash) screened 201 OPD and medicines were given to the patients. Three interns (for internship trainees) came from different parts of the country and helped in the smooth running of the camp. A small Anti- Tobacco exhibition was also held.  Medical Health Check up Camp near Alipur (May 28, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Prithvi Singh Tyagi Memorial Trust. Both of our doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi and Dr.Abhilash ) screened 180 OPD and medicines were also given to the patients. Internship training at SVCT office (May 30, 2011) 12 students from different parts of the country joined for their summer training on 30th of May 2011. They were presented with summer internship letters, and were also provided with kits. All were welcomed & addressed by Mrs. Shakti Rani Sharma and Mr. Kartikeya Sharma, SVCT trustees.
  • 49.  Survey of inmates house in Rohini (June 1, 2011) A household survey was done near sector-20, Rohini. Apart from the field organizer, four trainees (Prateek, Rachel, Lalit and Sunil Gupta) were the part of the survey conducted. Trainees have gained knowledge about how survey should be conducted under the human touch programme of SVCT. Medical Health Check up Camp at Ramphal Chowk, Dwarka (June 4, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Backward Patron Society & National Backward Christian Trust Two doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi and Dr.Abhilash) screened 107 OPD and medicines were also given to patients. A small Anti-Tobacco exhibition was held. People appreciated the good effort done by SVCT and are expecting more such camps in their area.  Medical Health Camp at Mongolpuri (June 11, 2011) SVCT organised it in collaboration with Shyam Pushtak. There were three doctors who were treating the patients – Dr. Naveen Tyagi (surgeon), Dr. Abhilash (physician) and Dr. Simran Sahwney (dentist). 284 patients visited the health Camp and were given proper advise and medicines. Two patients were found suffering from oral cancer and they were referred to nearest government hospital for further treatment. All the interns were making the public aware of various types of cancer, its causes and the preventive methods.
  • 50.  Multi Specialized Health Camp at Begampuri (June 18, 2011) SVCT organized a general health Camp in association with Bhartiya Ekta Vikas Manch at Municipal Corporation Primary School, Begampuri. There were 11 volunteers who participated in this Camp. There were 177 patients who were examined by the different doctors. The volunteers were making the people aware about different types of cancers, their causes and ways to prevent them by personally interacting with them.  Famous comedy celebrities Md. Ali Hasan and Irfan Malik visited SVCT office (June 22, 2011) Md. Ali Hasan and Irfan Malik, the great comedy actors visited SVCT office on 22th June 2011. They were very happy to see the involvement of SVCT team in various programs. They spent some quality time with us and motivated us to achieve new heights in the near future.
  • 51.  Medical Health Camp at J.J. Colony, Dwarka Sec-3 (June 25, 2011) SVCT organized a general health camp in association Mahila Ekta Vikas Manch. There were 3 doctors who were treating the patients - Dr. Abhilash, Dr. Simran Shawney and Dr. Jitender. In total 222 patients visited this health camp and were given proper advise and medicines as per their requirements. The volunteers (boys) were concentrating on the men telling them about the dangers of tobacco and its role in cancer and convincing them to stop consuming tobacco whereas the girls were making women aware about breast cancer.  Medical Health Camp at East Vinod Nagar (June 26, 2011) SVCT organized a special health camp in association with Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute at Upadhyay public school, East Vinod Nagar, Delhi. The SVCT team along with 8 volunteers served the local people from 10:30 am to 3:30 pm. The Camp provided services including: Free checking of Blood Pressure, Weight, ECG, PFT, PFR, and Echo. Mr. Asfaque from Metro Hospital organised the camp. A vote of thanks was given to Mr. Niroy Mitra, chief coordinator, Metro Hospital & Cancer Institute for their support in executing the camp. The volunteers ensured that every individual is attended to and made aware about cancer and other heart diseases. 110 people utilized the services of the camp.
  • 52.  Health Camp at Dwarka Sec- 3 (July 2, 2011) SVCT organised general health camp in association with Dhan Lakshmi Samajik Seva Sanstha. The camp provided the local people with free regular and dental checkups. The team of doctors conducted checkups. All the volunteers took special care of women attending the camp by making them aware about breast cancer. 225 total patients attended the camp. Medical Health Camp at Sultan Puri (July 23, 2011) SVCT organised health camp in association with Self Help Project for the Dalit Women. The doctors together attended to 252 general OPDs. A team of 12 volunteers helped in organizing the camp and distributing the medicines to the patients. Volunteers also distributed pamphlets to spread awareness about breast cancer. The patients were given primary treatment and medicines free of cost.  Medical Health Camp at Mangol Pur Village (J.J. Colony) Mongolpuri (30.07.2011) SVCT organized a general health camp in association Jeevan Data Memorial.There were 3 doctors who were treating the patients - Dr. Abhilash, Dr. Simran Shawney and Dr. Naveen Tyagi. In total 253 patients visited this health camp and were given proper guidance and medicines as per their requirements. 75 OPD patient came for Dental problems, temporally cavity filled to 25 patients.
  • 53.  Visit of Delegates from Spain, Chile and Singapore at SVCTOffice (August 3, 2011) Under students exchange program, 2 students from Singapore who are studying in Kirori Mal college and 8 delegates from Spain (working for Save the child) representing an NGO of Spain came to SVCT Office. All of them were given a traditional welcome by our volunteers . On behalf of SVCT, Mrs. Shakti Rani Sharma, trustee, welcomed the entire team. School bags, note books and stationery items were also distributed to the inmates families by the International Delegates. List of the name of Delegates •Pay Si Ying Fiona •Isadora Mata •Raul Fernandez •Ester Morillas •Montse Diez •Rebeca Bea •Alba Sanchez •Raquel Martinez •Maca Marin
  • 54.  Visit of Spain delegates to Tihar Inmates family Home (August 4, 2011) All the eight foreign delegates who came to see the kind of work SVCT is doing met families of Tihar inmates who are supported by SVCT. Delegates first visited Dwarka area, where they were welcomed traditionally by Ekta Mahila Mandal. School books & stationery items were distributed by the members of the delegation. Thereafter, they visited Swarn Park, Mubarkpur Dabas and Mangolpuri. Overall it was a very touching scene for all the delegates as they saw the misery which a underprivileged Inmate family goes through.  Health Camp by SVCT at Daabri Vistaar (August 27, 2011) A general Health Camp was organized with the help of Kamaljeet Charitable Samiti (Dwarka area). Three doctors, Dr. Naveen Tyagi, Dr.Abhilash & Dr. Simran Kaur Sawhney screened 135 OPD and medicines were also given to patients. Seven interns helped in smooth running of the Camp. An Anti-Tobacco exhibition was held. The trainees have been taking a keen interest in promoting the cause and they have done a good job in convincing people to stop consuming tobacco.
  • 55.  Medical Camp at Jain Nagar, Karala, Delhi (September 3, 2011) SVCT organised a general health camp in association with Hanuman Dairy. The camp provided free regular and dental checkups. Dr. Simran Sawhney managed dental care and Dr. Abhilash and Dr. Naveen Tyagi did the regular checkups. 325 total patients attended the camp.  Medical Camp at Vijay Nagar, Rohini, Delhi (September 17, 2011) SVCT organized a general health camp in association with Navyuvak Sangrash Samiti. Dr. Simran Kaur Sawhney managed dental care. Dr. Abhilash and Dr. Naveen Tyagi did the regular checkups. Homeopathy treatment was introduced and provided to about 60-65 patient who believed in Homeopathy. Medicines were also given to the patients. Dr.(Ms) Lovepreet Kaur offered her services in camps. 179 total patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.
  • 56.  Breast Cancer Awareness Camp & Quiz (Kya Aap Jante Hain)September 24, 2011 A women health camp (Breast Cancer) was organised in which 50 ladies took part. Dr. Lovepreet Kaur gave very useful tips about various diseases. Dr. Simran Kaur Sawhney showed a short film and presentation on Breast Cancer. She especially emphasized on BSE (Breast Self Examination). A Quiz (Kya Aap Jante Hain ) was also organized and questions were asked on health and immunization. Total 25 questions were asked, participants who gave maximum answers were awarded with 1st, 2nd & 3rd prizes. All participants who gave 2 or more correct answers, were awarded with consolation prizes.  Health Camp at Mahavir Extension Dwarka (October 1, 2011) SVCT organised general health camp in association with the Rajdhani Associate. Dr. Shashank Arora, Dentist offered his services to the camp. Toothpastes & toothbrushes were distributed to all the dental patients and provided the local people with free regular and dental checkups. Dr. (Ms)Simran Kaur Sawhney managed dental care (About 30 temporary filling of Cavity was also done). Dr. Abhilash and Dr. Naveen Tyagi did the regular checkups. First time SVCT introduced Physiotherapy, Mr. Yashpal Singh offered his services for the same and he screened about 30 patients.70 OPD Homeopathy treatment were given with medicine by Dr. (Ms) Lovepreet Kaur. Mrs. Radhika offered her service in the field of Reiki & screened 25 patients. 345 total patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.
  • 57.  Medical Camp at Vijay Vihar, Rohini Sec-4, Delhi (October 8, 2011) SVCT organized a general health check up camp in association with St. Luke Gospel Church Mission. The camp provided the local people with free regular (General allopathic, homoeopathy and dental checkups. Dr. (Ms) Shilpa (dentist) along with Dr. (Ms) Simran Kaur Sawhney managed dental care. About 28 temporary filling of Cavity was also done. About 70-75 patients were screened by Dr. (Ms) Lovepreet Kaur. Total 350 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.  Health Camp at J.J.Colony, Matiala , Dwarka (October 16, 2011) SVCT organised a general health camp in association with the NavJagrat Mahila Samiti & Backward Patron Society. Dr. (Ms) Simran Kaur Sawhney managed dental care & screened 60 OPD case patients & she distributed toothpastes with brushes to all the dental patients and provided the local people with free regular and dental checkups. Dr. Abhilash and Dr. Naveen Tyagi did the regular checkups & took 246 cases. 60 OPD cases were given homeopathy treatment with medicine by Dr. (Ms) Lovepreet Kaur. All the volunteers took special care of women attending the camp by making them aware about breast cancer. Total 246 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.
  • 58.  Health Camp at Village Holambi Kalan, Near Alipur(October 22, 2011) A general health camp was organized with the help of Prithvi Singh Tyagi Memorial Trust, Two doctors (Dr. Naveen Tyagi and Dr.Abhilash) screened 215 OPD patients and medicines were also given to them. All the volunteers took special care of women attending the camp by making them aware about breast cancer. Total 215 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients. Medical Camp at Prem Nagar-2, Delhi (November 5, 2011) SVCT organized a general health check up camp in association with Sympathy Charitable Trust (Regd). The camp provided the local people with free regular (general allopathic, homoeopathy and dental) checkups. About 25 temporally filling of Cavity was also done. About 80-85 patients were screened by Dr.(Ms) Lovepreet Kaur. Total 472 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.  Medical Camp at Mahavir Enclave Part- 3, New Delhi (November 12, 2011) SVCT organized a general health check up camp in association with Sympathy Charitable Trust (Regd.). The camp provided the local people with free regular (general allopathic, homoeopathy and dental) checkups. Dr. Shashank Arora managed dental care (about 35 temporary filling of Cavity was also done & 95 dental OPD patients were screened). About 65-70 patients were screened by Dr. (Ms) Lovepreet Kaur. Total 370 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.
  • 59.  Breast Cancer Awareness Camp at - Hargovind Vihar (December 12, 2011) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organized in association with Bhartia Ekta Vikas Manch. A small & informatics exhibition was displayed for the people about the bad effects of tobacco. 87 OPD cases were screened and 27 X-Ray Mammography tests were done. Breast Cancer Camp at Budh Vihar (December 13, 2011) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organised in association with Guru Kripa associates. 106 ladies attended this camp. All were given relevant information regarding the cause, symptoms and effects of the breast cancer. 32 Mammography tests were conducted. Breast Cancer Awareness Camp at CRPF, Residential area, Dwarka(Dec 16/17, 2011) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organized. Patients who came from police force and their residential complex felt very happy by the arrangements done by SVCT & CRPF (88 Mahila Bn). Total 215 OPD cases were examined by Dr. Namrita and 57 X-Ray Mammography tests were done.
  • 60.  Heart Camp (December 16, 2011) A Heart Camp was organized in association with Metro Heart & Cancer Institute at CRPF Residential Complex, Sector 16-B, Dwarka, New Delhi with the help of CRPF 88 Mahila Battalion. Patients came to the camp from different areas. Ms. Seema Tolia (Dy. Comdt.) inaugurated the camp and appreciated the activity. Dr. (Mrs) Sushma Sharma (CMO, CRPF), Dr. Neena & Dr. Snindha Chetia (SMO, Dy Comdt), also visited the camp and was impressed by its arrangements. Dr. Anil Mittal, Cardiologist screened 111 OPD patients. Patients who required ECHO were referred to Metro Hospital for further investigation. The following tests were done RBS-96, ECG-78.  Breast Cancer Camp at Sultanpur Majra (February 19, 2012) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organised in association with Gitanjali Makan Foundation. An informatics exhibition was also displayed for the people to know about the bad effects of Tobacco. Volunteers from Delhi University who came helped in making the camp successful. 106 ladies benefitted from this camp. All were given relevant information regarding the cause, symptoms and effects of breast cancer. 30 Mammography tests were conducted..
  • 61.  Breast Cancer Awareness Camp at –Village Tikri Kalan (February 20, 2012) A Breast Cancer (Awareness & Detection) Camp was organized in association with Gitanjali Makan Foundation. An informatics exhibition was displayed for people to know about the bad effects of tobacco. Total 112 OPD cases were examined by Dr. Namrita and 32 X- Ray Mammography tests were done. Mrs. Shakti Rani Sharma, trustee of SVCT & Ms. Avantika trustee (Gitanjali Makan Foundation) visited the camp.  Medical Camp at Budh Vihar, Delhi (March 17, 2012) SVCT organized a general health check up camp in association with Guru Kripa Associates (Regd.). The SVCT team along with 12 volunteers served the local people from 10.30 am to 3:00 pm. The camp provided the local people with free (General allopathic, Homoeopathy and Dental) checkups. Dr. Abhilash and Dr. Naveen Tyagi did the regular checkups. About 85-90 patients were screened by Dr. (Ms) Lovepreet Kaur & Dr. Khushi Chaudhary. Total 317 patients attended the camp & medicines were given to all the patients.
  • 62. SVCT thanks to all those who have supported our cause..  Indian Cancer Society  Yesu Prarthana Bhavan  ROKO cancer Charitable Trust Jeevan Data Memorial Trust  METRO Hospital and Cancer  Kanwaljeet Charitable Trust Institute  Hanuman Diary  RWA – Resident Welfare Association  Mahadev Property  Allahabad bank  St. Luke Gospil Church  Bharat Jodo  Navajagrat Mahila Samiti  Sanatan Dharm Trust  Sympathy Charitable Trust  Geeta Mandir Trust  Guru Kripa Associates  Dr. U. V. Singh  Self Help Project for DALIT women  Backwards patron Society  Radhika Jewelers  Annam Organisation  Nav-yuvak Sangarsh Samiti  Prithvi Singh Tyagi Memorial Trust  Shyam Pustak Bhandar  Bhartiya Ekta Vikas Manch  Mahila Ekta Manch Samiti  Dhanlakshmi Society