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Presentation about Nopanians Educationals & Services Trust (NEST)

 About our Trust
 Our Motto, Vision, Mission & Other details
 Fundraising History & Utilization
 Profile of some of the Scholarship candidates
 Our non formal School Project
 Our Annual Event – Blood Donation Camp
 Volunteers & Mentor
 Testimonials
 Plans, Ideas & Goals
 Bank Details
 Stay in touch
 Thank You

 About our Trust
 Our Motto, Vision, Mission & Other details
 Fundraising History & Utilization
 Profile of some of the Scholarship candidates
 Our non formal School Project
 Our Annual Event – Blood Donation Camp
 Volunteers & Mentor
 Testimonials
 Plans, Ideas & Goals
 Bank Details
 Stay in touch
 Thank You

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Presentation about Nopanians Educationals & Services Trust (NEST)

  1. 1. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  2. 2. TOPICS TO BE COVERED  About our Trust  Our Motto, Vision, Mission & Other details  Fundraising History & Utilization  Profile of some of the Scholarship candidates  Our non formal School Project  Our Annual Event – Blood Donation Camp  Volunteers & Mentor  Testimonials  Plans, Ideas & Goals  Bank Details  Stay in touch  Thank You NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  3. 3. AN INTRODUCTION We introduce ourselves as a not for profit organization working in the field of education. Our Trust NOPANIANS EDUCATIONAL & SERVICES TRUST (NEST) is a not for profit organization that’s based out of Kolkata and established in 2015. It was started by the alumnus of Shri Daulatram Nopany Vidyalaya (now known as Nopany High) with this belief that every child deserves to get an excellent education irrespective of his caste, creed, religion or financial status. NEST aims to ‘Enlighten with Knowledge’ the lives of various groups through facilitation of education to children from economically weaker section and “educationally disadvantaged” marginalized sectors of the society. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  4. 4. “He who opens a school door closes a prison.” -Victor Hugo NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION Our Motto RASHTRA KA VIKAS, SHIKSHA KE SATH
  5. 5. Our vision is to provide a minimum basic education to each and every children of India irrespective of Caste, Creed, Financial Status, and Gender so that it prepares them to navigate through a dynamic and connected 21st century world. We want to do this in a way which will make the children to be a fiscally self independent and self reliant. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  6. 6. The mission of NEST is to increase access to educational programs to meritorious needy students from the low income group by offering support in the form of time, mentors and money. It is our mission to serve society well. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  7. 7. THE PEOPLE WE SERVE 1) Girl child to support education. 2) Meritorious student from LIG strata of the society irrespective of caste, creed and religion. 3) Non formal schools for street children from marginalized sectors. 4) Schools for the needy. 5) Supporting the nation during SOS situations. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  8. 8. Now that most of us are reasonably established in life, it's our turn to sit back, ponder and give back to the society in whatever little way we can. We have given scholarship to many meritorious students from LIG section of the society and those needs to be routinely funded for their sustained education. We have joined hands with like minded people, friends and associates to do our bit for the society which we have not been able to do individually due to scare resources, time and ideas. To Give Back To The Society To Help Less Privileged Students Of Our Society To Do Philanthropy Jointly NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  9. 9. NEST aims to ‘Enlighten with Knowledge’ the lives of various groups through facilitation of education to children from economically weaker section and “educationally disadvantaged” marginalized sectors of the society. Our major funds are used to give scholarships to meritorious and needy students from the lower income group of the society. NEST supports non formal schools for street children from marginalized sectors for their various requirements like safe & clean drinking water, stationeries, winter garments. We also depute specialized teachers for improved performance. NEST also contributes to various other causes. We conduct annual Blood Donation camps and also contribute towards national calamities. We also support few other orphanages and old age homes. Education Scholarship & Grants Supporting non formal schools for the needy Donating to other Causes NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION Article Published in TOI, Kolkata on 29th Dec 2018
  10. 10. The Role of NEST NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  11. 11. Most of our fund raising have been on case to case basis as and when required. We are yet to have a formal annual fund raiser. MEMBERS'S ANNUAL FUNDRAISING NEST is spreading wings and off late have been receiving corporate funds for our welfare activities. Soon we will approach corporates with projects for their CSR funds. FRIENDS, ASSOCIATES AND CSR FUNDS NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  12. 12. HOW MUCH WE HAVE RAISED IN THE PAST Rs. 518 K 2015 - 16 Rs. 121 K 2016 - 17 Rs. 92 K 2017- 18 Rs. 327 K 2018-19 Rs. 305 K 2019 Till date NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  13. 13. EDUCATION & NON EDUCATION BASED 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  14. 14. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  15. 15. Pursuing MBBS, BPL Family Son of a day labourer and is from a very low income group. He is pursuing MBBS from Midnapore Medical College. We have given him monthly scholarship to pursue MBBS and take care of his hostel expenses. Pursuing Higher Secondary & Preparing for NEET 2020 from AAKASH Coaching Institute. BPL Family Bisvajeeth is son of a office boy and is from a low income group. He topped his school in Madhyamik. We are funding his two year NEET Coaching from AAKASH Institute so that he can pursue his dream to be a doctor. 90% in Madhyamik. BPL Family. Father expired 15 days before exams. Krishna wants to pursue science stream in Plus two. We are funding the girl child to achieve financial self independence with able education. 87% in Madhyamik. BPL Family. Father is helper to a mason. Sampa wants to join science stream in Plus two. We are funding the girl child to achieve financial self independence with able education and right mentoring. 90% in W.B. Higher Secondary Exams. BPL Family. Ohid is son of a farmer who is working on leased land. They have no means to pursue further studies. He wants to pursue Physics (Hons) and take up research later. We are funding his dream to take shape. 90% in W.B. Higher Secondary Exams. BPL Family Satyabrata's father is mentally disabled and mother is a domestic help. They have no means for furtherance of his education. He wants to pursue History (Hons) along with a ITI course. We are funding his dream to be financially self reliant. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  16. 16. NEST has been taking care of various educational requirements of this non-formal, non- government aided school which has approximately 100 students from the locality who are from the lowest strata of the society. We have appointed 6 teachers to take care of the quality of education. We have been continuously helping them to improve the infrastructure and systems at the school. WE ARE AIMING TO MAKE IT A MODEL PROJECT FOR US. IMPROVEMENTS ARE ONGOING. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  17. 17. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  18. 18. TRUSTEE – CUM - MENTOR IN CHIEF Businessman with 25 years experience in plastic packaging industry. Widely connected in Social Activities with many other NGOs Handled lots of clubs, associations and philanthropic activities. About Rajesh NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION Fundraising Experience
  19. 19. Aditya Pasari Giriraj Daga Navin Lath Yogesh Dassani Binode Mohata Rajesh Agarwala Sushil Mall NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  20. 20. Amit Jaiswal [BANGALORE] CFO - Royal Orchid Hotels Ltd Ashiwini Kumar Tripathi [KOLKATA] Director - Stewart & Mackertich Wealth Management Ltd Pramod Rajgaria [DUBAI] CEO – Star Cement, Overseas Cement Business of UltraTech Cement Limited, Aditya Birla Group Rakesh Tiwary [MUMBAI] CFO - Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited Sanjay Churiwala [HYDERABAD] Senior Director – Xilinx India Technology Services Sanjay Lakhotia [GURGAON–NCR] Founder - Noble House Consulting PTE and Aamoksh One Eighty Vijendra Surana [KOLKATA] CFO and CS - RS Software Ltd NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
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  22. 22. Nopanians are our biggest volunteers in terms of time and money devoted to this philanthropic trust. We wish to make it the CSR arm for all Nopany batchmates. Nopanians Our family, friends and kids are one of the biggest strength. They have stood besides us during all our projects and activities. Family & Friends Our trained teachers appointed in non formal schools are our volunteers too. Teachers Members of the community we work with help us to achieve our desired results effectively. They help us in identifying weaknesses. Community Members NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  23. 23. We are always looking for passionate and dedicated individuals who share our philosophy and vision of transforming access to quality education for all children, everywhere. We are also open to inter-NGO collaboration as well as co partnering in any project matching our vision with like minded people, organisations to achieve scalability and sustainability. If you’re interested in any of our projects, and feel like you have the right skills and mindset to be part of our dynamic team, then mail us on nopanians@gmail.com. HOW YOU CAN HELP NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION We're open to suggestions from everyone amongst our members, friends, well wisher and anyone in the community. We know there is always a scope for improvement. Mail us your suggestions on nopanians@gmail.com.
  24. 24. Nopany Alumnus A great platform given by seniors to Nopanians Amitabh Saraogi Special Correspondent at The Times of India It is citizens like you and your colleagues in the trust who bring smiles on other people's faces Zeeshan Jawed General Manager at Olam International (Russia) We are lucky to have had come up with such and idea and actually went ahead and implemented it. I am sure we would have enough reasons to take pride on our NEST. Ajay Gupta NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  25. 25. •Regular monthly meeting of the trustee and devoting more time on the ground level. •Find projects and apply for CSR funding For the Trustees NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION •Tapping more students from rural area for better education and making them self reliant. •Implement a plan to adopt a school for all round development. •Increase the membership base to cover all Nopanians in this noble deed. For the Trust
  26. 26. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION 80 G DONATION DECLARATION Donations to the Trust are exempt U/S 80G(5)(vi) of The IT Act, 1961 URN : AACTN2068B/10/15-16/T-0158 DT.15-02-2016 Bank Name Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd Branch Middleton Street, Sikkim House Address 4/1, Middleton Street, Sikkim House, Kolkata 700 071. A/c Name Nopanians Educational & Services Trust 1987 Address 26 P.K.Tagore Street, Mathuresh Sadan, 1st Floor, Room No.24, Kolkata-700 006. Savings A/c 7611968590 IFSC Code KKBK0006572 UPI ID OR VPA nopanians@kotak Bank Details of NEST
  27. 27. NOPANIANS EDUCATIONAL & SERVICES TRUST Address: 26, P. K. Tagore Street, Mathuresh Sadan, 1st Floor, Room No.24, Kolkata-700006. Contacts: Phone : +91 9830043256 Email : info@nest87.com ; Nopanians@gmail.com Website: www.nest87.com @Nopanians Join us for regular updates @Nopanians We would like to hear from you. NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION
  28. 28. WE HOPE TO WORK WITH YOU NEST | 2019 PRESENTATION

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