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AS A PART OF M.B.A – SEM – III (2008-09)
                Stallion Group

SUBMITED BY:                    SUBMITED TO:
Goswami Jitendragiri            KUMAR GAURAV
Parakhiya Vasant                  (LECTURUR)
PREFACE

Today’s industrial scenario of economy is highly competitive and constantly changing.
People are running to survive and fulfil their requirements. People have no time.
People, have therefore, forgotten their responsibility towards the society. To maintain
the system of society by working for social responsibility, some organisations are
working for same. A practical study for understanding of management in such NGOs
is more important with theoretical studies. In a M.B.A. program, students have to
prepare a project report, as a practical study with theoretical concepts, as a partial
fulfilment for the requirement of an M.B.A. degree. Here it is our sincere effort to
prepare project report on BAPS that’s Bochsanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam
Swaminarayan Sanstha.


Basic purpose and reason behind this report is to understand about BAPS and its
financial system and understand the people behaviour towards the BAPS. We have
selected some of the activities done by the BAPS. It also creates awareness in the
management students at grass root level about the difficulties and challenges faced by
the organisation in their social welfare work. This report includes graphical analysis to
represent concept in an illusive way, wherever needed. Based on this analysis, risk
pertaining to the project is identified by evaluating strengths and weaknesses of the
project.   Also we had tried to identify the importance of each variable for the
evaluation and the application in different ways.


At the end of the report we have suggested some recommendations based on the
findings that we had made from report for the improvement of some of the factors and
variables. All the facts and figures added in this report are based on the data that was
available to us from the organization, along with the guidance of our faculties; we had
tried to calculate all the variables.




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ACKNOWLEDGEMNET
We are also very thankful to the Nikhilesh Swami, Vivekpriya Swami; the main
persons in the BAPS in Ahmedabad and also thankful to some volunteers for helping
We are very thankful to our Kadi Sarva Vishva Vidyalaya University and Director Dr.
Chinnam Reddy who has given us an opportunity to get practical knowledge in the
field of Non Government Organisation and also for helping us to undergo this grand
project. The learning during this project has been a great experience. We are also
indebted towards our project guide KUMAR GAURAV for their invaluable guidance
through out this project.


Us in deciding the sector and the relevant topic of the project that can be helpful to us
in the development of our careers. They had also given their valuable input while
making this social management study report.




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TABLE OF CONTENTS




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INTRODUCTION




Introduction of Social Project:-


As a partial fulfillment of MBA degree from this year “Kadi Sarva Vishwavidhyalaya”
has introduced a Social Project in our syllabus. The main reason to introduce social
project is that as a management student every student should have some awareness
about their social responsibility. Every student should aware about what is doing in
our society? What is other people doing for social empowerment and what should our
role to empower our society?




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OBJECTIVE

   •   To study various social activities of BAPS.
   •   To study about how BAPS serve the people in
       the society.
   •   To know how BAPS manage actively help to
       the people to all over the world.




Introduction to BAPS:-


The bochsanwasi shri akshar purushottam swaminarayan sanstha (baps)
is a socio-spiritual organization with its roots in the vedas. As a part of
hinduism, the sanstha believe that spiritual and social activities go hand
in hand. Among its extensive work in moral and cultural field, tribal
and spiritual care, medical and educational fields, environmental and
social fields and its work in women and children’s development.
Hospital, schools, hostel, diagnostic camp, free medicines, mobile
medical vans and pure herbal medicines are all part of internationally
by fully devoted sadhus and volunteers. Baps is also well known for the
cultural monuments akshardham (new delhi & gandhinagar, india) and
the swaminarayan mandirs in london, houston, chicago, toranto and
atlanta. The sanstha contributes to the peace and harmony of society
under the dynamic leadership of its spiritual head, his divine holiness
pramukh swami maharaj.

Bochasanwasi shri akshar purushottam swaminarayan sanstha (baps) is a
socio-spiritual hindu organization with its roots in the vedas. It was
revealed by bhagwan swaminarayan (1781-1830) in the late 18th
century and established in 1907 by shastriji maharaj (1865-1951).




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Founded on the pillars of practical spirituality, the BAPS reaches out
far and wide to address the spiritual, moral and social challenges and
issues we face in our world. Its strength lies in the purity of its nature
and purpose. BAPS strives to care for the world by caring for societies,
families and individuals. This is done by mass motivation and
individual attention, through elevating projects for all, irrespective of
class, creed, colour or country. Its universal work through a worldwide
network of over 3,300 centers has received many national and
international awards and affiliation with the United Nations. Today, a
million or more Swaminarayan followers begin their day with puja and
meditation, lead upright, honest lives and donate regular hours in
serving others. No Alcohol, No Addictions, No Adultery, No Meat, No
Impurity of body and mind are their five lifetime vows. Such pure
morality and spirituality forms the foundation of the humanitarian
services performed by BAPS. 7,215 weekly assemblies for men and
women, youths and teenagers are engaged in BAPS.           There are 5,400
weekly assemblies for children organized by BAPS all over the world .
BAPS is an international UN-affiliated charity providing in India.

BAPS   Charities   is   a nonprofit   international   charity   organization
committed to sincerely serving the world by caring for individuals,
families and communities.

It was registered as an independent charity in USA and Canada after
serving since 1950 under the wing of its parent organization, BAPS
Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) which was founded in 1907.

Among social service charities, BAPS Charities is a respected and
trusted name. It has amassed over 50 years of firsthand experience in
initiating, managing and sustaining over 160 humanitarian activities
throughout the world in such diverse fields as: Medical Services,
Educational   Services,   Environmental    Services Community      Services ,
Tribal Services and Disaster Relief Services.




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VISION / MISSION & Goal


BAPS Vision:-

BAPS Charities works with the vision that every individual deserves the
right to a peaceful, dignified and healthy way of life. And by improving
the quality of life of the individual, we are bettering families,
communities, our world and our future.


BAPS Mission:-

BAPS Charities' mission is to serve needy individuals, families and communities
throughout the world, with a focus on India.


Goal:-
Drawing on BAPS diverse resources, broad reach and vast experience, BAPS
endeavor to provide both emergency care and long-term solutions in the areas of
health, education, the environment, community development, tribal uplift, and disaster
relief.




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Led by BAPS volunteer corps, BAPS Charities
                strives to:
•   Provide inexpensive, even free, health care through the
    creation of well-staffed hospitals, clinics, dispensaries and
    awareness outreach programs.
•   Build self-supporting educational institutes and help sustain
    existing educational programs to provide quality, value-based
    education for children.
•   Protect   our   natural   resources     by   creating   innovative
    sustainable solutions that promote the responsible use of the
    earth's ecosystems and resources.
•   Empower     underprivileged    girls   and   young   women   with
    education and skills to raise sound families and in turn
    strengthen and stabilize their local communities.
•   Invest in the future of needy children and youths by inspiring
    learning, self-reliance, family respect, social responsibility,
    and moral integrity.
•   Assist and advance the most deprived members of our society
    living in tribal regions with access to basic health care,
    education, and social and economic amenities.
•   Provide immediate relief support to survivors of natural
    disasters and remain in service until the affected communities
    are rehabilitated and self-reliant.




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Word of Pramukh Swami Maharaj:

Many ask, “ How can you mix spirituality & social service?”


We ask, “ How can you separate the two?”




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“BE THE BEST DO THE BEST”



4 principles of BAPS.
MILAN


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MADAD
MAHIMA &
MAPHI


They give theaten the following things
       Weather
       Wife
       Work




                           OBJECTIVES OF BAPS

 Inspire:   One and all towards a better way of life through the humanitarian values
            of service, purity, discipline, love, tolerance, harmony and the realization
            of oneself as atma and experience the eternal joy of God.


Energize: The on-going     efforts against dowry, smoking, drugs, alcohol and other
            destructive addictions.


Promote:    Harmony and peaceful coexistence among all communities through
            understanding and co-operation.


Develop:    Constructive and creative youth and children's activities to channel their
            energy, promoting education and social services.


Sustain:    The roots of Indian and Hindu culture and all the good that it represents.




   •   Detail about the objectives:-
    In the field of public health it will be top priority to encourage blood donation,
  blood donation camps will be held. Same stand will be taken for eye donation by



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educating people about importance of an eye for blind person. Also to reach to the
  relative of deceased in time to collect eyes. To provide medicine on regular basis to
  the poor people admitted in the civil hospital.


1. In the field of up-liftment of society it will be major task to provide books and
   notebooks at the concession rate or even free of cost to the needy students. To take
   full responsibility of education of the bright children from poor family. To
   understand old deprived old people and entrust them respectful status in the
   society. To make youth of today free from clutches of vises of tobacco, smoking
   etc and fill confidence in them to live bad habit free life.




2. To encourage women to come forward to know the society and be bold enough to
   ask for their rights. Make sisters of our society fearless by entrusting them
   confidence.




3. One of the top priorities is to solve the problems of Gandhinagar and district. And
   to put all efforts for all round progress.


4. To arrange work shops, seminars and discussion on different subjects. And to give
   new approach for upliftment of level of our society.


5. To give full co-operation to the other social institutes which are engaged in same
type of activities as and when required by them?




6. To be helpful anywhere in India at the time of natural calamity to provide old cloths
and footwear around the year and woolen cloths in winter to the poor people. To
distribute sweets to the slum people on auspicious day of Diwali.




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RESPONSIBILITY CENTRES


•   There are 55,000 volunteers gives service to the BAPS to be
    helpful to the society.




•   They are engaged in this work by only one reason that’s give
    service to the society.




•   If we calculate the ratio of the volunteers in hours giving the
    service to the society by BAPS are 12,000,000 annual volunteers-
    hours in service.




•   More and more people join them self to be a volunteers.




•   Any person of any religion can be volunteer for giving social
    service to the society.




•   Everybody is free to give social service.




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Main Activities of BAPS
   •   Provide Medical Facility
   •   Hospital
   •   Law Cost Education
   •   Anti Drug Programme
   •   Bal Sabha on Every Sunday
   •   Gyan Sabha for every one
   •   Providing a financial help in major operation to poor people.
   •   Blood donation camps
   •   Eye donation camps
   •   Body donation camps
   •   Medical camps
   •   AIDS awareness programs in rural area
   •   Health awareness programs
   •   Preventive Health Awareness Seminars
   •   Physical Fitness Courses
   •   Health Awareness Publications
   •   Free Diagnostic Camps to Education about Disease, Food &
       Health
   •   Anti-Addiction Drives for Better Health and Prevention of
       Diseases
   •   Preventive Health Awareness Seminars




   •   Information system:-
9000 + centers all around the world.
800 + temples in various 55 countries.
5000 families in Rajkot.
BAPS joint in CUG plan.
Special Public relation department.
60 teams for personal Contact.


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Special EC department with 15 It Teams.
1000 volunteers for festivals.
55 data based for teachers.




   •   Data base mgt. system:-
           •   The activities of BAPS Charities are run independent of its
               parent organization, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, and are
               managed by a diverse Board of Directors, who meet
               regularly and serve without reward, and whose personal
               opinions and interests are in line with the vision, mission,
               commitments and convictions are selfless.
           •   BAPS is located all over the world . The BAPS reaches out to
               millions of individuals through a network of mandirs and centers. They
               are more than places of worship and gathering, they are permanent
               sources of peace and reformation for people of all ages, backgrounds
               and beliefs. Spread across the world, the BAPS Global Network is
               composed of more than 700 mandirs and 3,300 centers. Though varying
               in size every node of this network runs in synchronization with others
               providing inspiration for better living. For the ease of access.


Activities in detail:-
BAPS has established many Hospital all over the world. Some of those are as follow:




                                T.M. Vadodaria General Hospital at Botad run by
BAPS serving 200 villages, treated over 47,990 patients and performed 1,385
operations during the year 2005.




   Pramukh Swami Eye Hospital at Mumbai treated over 60,580 patients and
   performed 11,002 operations during the year 2005.




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Pramukh Swami Healthcare & Research Centre at Ahmedabad
  treated over 37,617 patients during the year 2005.

  Pramukh Swami Hospital at Dabhoi treated 32,358 patients and performed
  1,760 operations during the year 2005.

  Pramukh Swami Prathmik Arogya Kendra at Chansad treated 12, 229 patients
  during the year 2005.

  Pramukh Swami Hospital at Atladara, Vadodara, treated over 32,212 patients
  and performed 1,206 operations during the year 2005.

  Pramukh Swami Hospital at Bhuj - Kutch treated 6,984 patients during the year
  2005.




Free Medical & Medical Camps:-


  Blood    donation,      bone   marrow,      ophthalmic,     paediatric,   disease
  prevention, women’s health camps and medical aid camps are
  frequently organized. To prevent disease, vaccination camps for
  polio, enteric fever and hepatitis B are organized. Camps for
  detection     of   hypertension,         diabetes    mellitus,   heart    disease,
  diagnostic and educational camps to prevent complications through
  diseases are held.




Ayurvedic Pharmacy & Health Awerness:-



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•   BAPS       Swaminarayan       Herbal       Care   produces     over   90    pure
      ayurvedic herbal products, as per norms given in scriptures.
  •   76 Medico-Spiritual conferences have enlightened over 20,000
      doctors.
  •   Health exhibitions and publications on AIDS, alcohol, smoking,
      heart and eggs.
  •   Patient Guidance activities for ayurvedic treatment.
  •   Regular Weekly Seminars for medical students Special coun -                    .
      selling to medical students.




BAPS also Serve many things like follow :


      •   2 mobile Medical vans in Kutch - Bhuj earthquake-affected areas treated
          7,778 patients during the year 2005.
      •   7 mobile medical vans treated 325,509 patients in remote tribal areas of
          Gujarat during the year 2005.
      •   2 BAPS advanced medical centres at Atlanta and Dallas with 50 specialist
          doctors.
      •   Pramukh Swami Hospital at Bhavnagar is under planning.
      •   Special seminars, conferences and health lectures are held regularly.
      •   Free dispensaries and clinics at all major BAPS centres.
      •   A new opening BAPS Pramukh Swami Hospital, Surat.
      •   3 different kinds of books for different generation.
              1. For children- BAL Ghanshyam
              2. Adult – Nilkanth
              3. Old – Ghanshyam




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BAPS has celebrated Health Fair in the year 2008
named HEALTH FAIR 2008:
Health Fair is very nice concept done by BAPS. Its very beneficial for
many poor people.

BAPS Charities aims to serve individuals, families and communities in
need by providing high quality, low cost health care facilities.

Annual health fairs are at the core of BAPS Charities' medical services.
Physicians and technicians regularly volunteer their expertise to
provide free medical care and advice to the increasing number of people
who lack access to quality health care.

Staying informed about wellness issues can help one make better
decisions on how to lead a healthier lifestyle. In this respect, health
fairs also provide education through personal consultation, use of
tangible, visual aids and numerous informational pamphlets.

Access to quality healthcare eludes many of the world's population. In
India, even simple, easily treatable illnesses can be life-threatening
without proper medical treatment. Our goal is to provide medical
assistance regardless of a patient's social and economic background.

BAPS Charities has built and/or is managing 7 charitable hospitals &
healthcare centers in India, and is currently constructing a major new
hospital and research center in Surat.

OPD    -   Outpatients     Department                                         .     .
IND    -   Inpatients    Department                                                 .
OPR     - Operations


Planning
      In secially navratri they arrange different kinds of activities and games{bhakti
mahotsav-2009} like:
      Essay competition
      Cricket
      Chess
      Basket ball
      Garba rass
      Drama


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Etc…..
         They organise some spcial programmes for the religious awareness of the
people
         In 2006- born to baps
         2007- learn to ahead
         2008- learn to leave
         2009- asamita




                                 BUDGETING



                                                         OPD       IND        OPR
Hospital                             OPD    IND OPR
                                                         since     since      since
(opening date)                       2003   2003 2003
                                                         opening   opening    opening

General Hospital in Botad, Gujarat
                                     39,897 4,024 1,155 516,909    53,099     40,042
(April 1992)


Pramukh Swami Eye Hospital,
                                     67,465 8,157 8,157 529,572    45,308     45,308
Mumbai (February 1996)

Pramukh Swami Health Care &
Research Center, Amdavad, Gujarat 42,854 656      --     234,237   2,173      --
(December 1996)


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Pramukh Swami General Hospital,
                                    28,946 1,471 1,072 102,248   6,665   3,807
Dabhoi, Gujarat (May 25, 2000)

Pramukh Swami Prathmik Arogya
Kendra,     Chansad,    Gujarat     14,980 378   1,025 49,397    933     2,178
(September 2000)

Pramukh Swami Hospital, Atladara,
Gujarat                             29,691 1,946 679   89,791    6,046   2,141
(February 2001)

Pramukh Swami Hospital, Bhuj,
Gujarat                             29,157 --    --    83,148    --      --
(February 2001)




There are some Healthcare Centers in the United
States also:
   •      Atlanta, GA
   •      Chicago, IL
   •      Dallas, TX
   •      Los Angeles, CA
   •      Orlando, FL
   •      Washington DC

BAPS Charities also operates a healthcare center in London, England.

It is very good thing for BAPS.




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Activities belong to Women



   • Training Camp
Leadership training camps have trained more than    11,750 women for
social, moral and educational service.


   • Womanhood Development Programme
Annually over    10,000 young women are trained in over    140 fields,
ranging from cooking to high-level management, at   450 centers.


   •   Publication & Perodicals




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An in-house team of talented women regularly publishes books,
magazines and newsletters catering to the social, cultural and spiritual
needs of women.


   • Education Works
940 women volunteers worked for more than a year to promote literacy
in the tribal and underdeveloped areas of Gujarat, educating over
12,000 women.


   • Clean-Up Campaigns

Village and hospital clean-up campaigns have been undertaken by BAPS
women volunteers. In two years, 850 volunteers cleaned three major
hospitals.


   • Prayer for Patients

500 young girls visited 225 hospitals meeting over 4,350 patients for
comfort and prayer. A similar program has been undertaken by young
boys.




   • Balikas Parv

BAPS celebrated a Special Parv (Festival) On Balikas (Small Girl) in
past, in that many Balikas have taken oath on some rules. The detail
about that girls are follows.




Balikas for Sampark    Contacted Balikas   Balikas who took Niyams
2360                   15594               45,143 *

Regarding 5 Niyams (Rules) (Regular mandir darshan, bowing to
parents, 3 hours regular academic reading, balika assembly, anti-
addiction)



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1. 10,864 -        Will regularly go to mandir and chant the rosary.
2.       9,038 -   Will daily bow to parents.
3.       8,411 -   Will daily study for 3 hours.
4.       8,148 -   Will regularly go to balika assembly.
5.       8,682 -   will not ever have any kind of addiction.


     →45,143 total niyams pledged by balikas




     Women Uplift Programmes:-

     •    Training seminars for tribal women teach them skills for
          securing employment.
     •    Special camps guide tribal women towards socio-economic
          development.




6.   More details on activities by the BAPS Women’s
     Wing:-


     1. Anti-dowry Campaign

     2. Health & Medical

     3. Education Help

     4. Exhibitions for Women

     5. Regional, National & International Competitions

     6. International Conventions

     7. BAPS Women Volunteer Force


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8. Social Activities Conducted by Women

  9. Moral Centre

  10. Cultural Activities

  11. Publications

  12.Sampark Parv




Anti-Addiction Camp:-

  3000 young girls visited major areas of cities and villages. They
  met 147,226 people, of which 52,395 gave up their addictions.

  Motivated by books, pamphlets, exhibitions, and personal letters
  and counseling, countless people have been de-addicted. Over 6
  million people have visited BAPS mobile exhibitions and its de-
  addiction work has received the prestigious Gujarat Cancer
  Society and Ravishankar Maharaj Awards.


World’s Largest De-Addiction Drive By children:-
  In 20 days of summer holidays, 10,000 children in 2,500 groups
  visited relatives, neighbors and citizens in streets, shops, offices
  and public places, contacting nearly 900,000 people, and de-
  addicting 312,500 addicts.




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Anti-Addiction Activities:-




Anti-addiction drives are a regular, all-year-round activity for BAPS
Charities. Volunteers continually move from

village to village, city to city, meeting and counseling addicts into
giving up smoking, drinking and drugs.

Our mobile exhibitions are displayed in schools, factories, village squares, fairs,
railway stations and private functions. These drives have attained a long-lasting
success.




   •   Some Other Activities Of BAPS:-



       Family Assembly Campaigns:-
       To strengthen family bonds, 50,000 homes have been inspired to
       conduct Family Assemblies, wherein all the family members daily
       sit together for half an hour to pray to God, discuss their day and
       understand each other.


       Literacy Campaigns:-

       BAPS helped achieve a 100% literacy rate in Bhavnagar District.
       Special language books were prepared by the sadhus who




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personally encouraged the villagers. In Kheda, 8,200 illiterates
       learnt to read and write.


       Education Campaigns:-

   •   Well-equipped computer institute at Silvassa.
   •   Tribal   education   complexes   in   Ukai   and   Surat   have   been
       established.
   •   Children in over 80 tribal villages benefit from regular free
       tuition classes.
   •   Parents seminars guide parents on how to nurture their children’s
       potential.




   •   Blood Donate Activities:-




BAPS Charities regularly organizes blood-donation camps stretching
from Australia, to India and to the United States. This is an incredible
act of kindness. An individual takes time out of their busy schedule to
give a piece of themselves to help a stranger. Where blood requirements
are high, blood camps are held more frequently.



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BAPS has collected a huge Blood many times. These are some facts
about Blood Donate Campaign conducted in only Gujarat.

   •   A 37-day blood donation camp was organized in 1981 in
       Amdavad, which collected a volume of 250,000 ccs of blood
   •   A 59-day blood donation camp was organized in 1985 in
       Amdavad, which collected a volume of 619,500 ccs of blood
   •   A 34-day blood donation camp was organized in 1992 in
       Gandhinagar, which collected a recording breaking volume of
       over 800,000 ccs of blood.
   •   A 37-day blood donation camp was organized in 1995 in Mumbai,
       which collected 405,000 ccs of blood On 12/1/2003, blood camps
       were conducted in both Kolkata and Amreli, generating 27,900
       ccs and 27,000 ccs respectivel In 2003, BAPS Charities organized
       4 blood donation camps and collected 99,300 ccs of blood.
   •   To date, 2,908,500 ccs of blood have been collected in our blood donation
       camps.




                       Moral & Cultural Activities


630,000 annual satsang assembly organized by BAPS.

34 million visitors to cultural festivals in India, UK, USA, Africa.

554,790     students    have   appeared    in   the   international    cultural
examinations.




                          Education Activities


31 permanent educational institutions annually serve 11,000 students by
the BAPS.


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There are over 5,000 scholarships awarded annually announced by the
BAPS .

There are 55 schools built in disaster-hit regions by the BAPS.




                    Environment Activities




BAPS is doing very nice work in the area of environment.

By the BAPS Millions of trees and shrubs planted in thousands of
villages.

It is also one of the good things about BAPS.

BAPS also doing work in the area of water plant       like thousands of
water conservation projects in hundreds of villages has been established
by the BAPS.

BAPS is aware of environment very deeply so thousands of tones of
paper collected by BAPS for recycling annually.




                         Social Activities




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BAPS has stated & completed 33 disaster relief operations successfully
managed.

By the inspiration of BAPS 50,000 family inspired to hold daily Family
Assemblies.

BAPS gives huge help for Anti-Addition so the result is that over two
million people inspired to quit addictions.

Its all the strength of the BAPS.

In natural calamities BAPS volunteers offer selfless services like.
Following are the some calamities when BAPS volunteers have give
huge contribution by giving help to people.




                               Relief Work


Volunteers of BAPS has done excellent work during any natural
calamities. Some of the detail are as follow:

   •   1974 Famine Gujarat & Maharashtra, India
   •   1975 Famine Gujarat & Maharashtra, India
   •   1979 Floods Morbi, Gujarat, India
   •   1982 Floods Saurashtra, Gujarat, India
   •   1983 Floods Saurashtra, Gujarat, India
   •   1984 Famine Ethiopia
   •   1987 Famine Saurashtra, India
   •   1992 Drought Jamnagar, Gujarat, India
   •   1993 Earthquake Latur, Maharashtra, India
   •   1994 Earthquake Los Angeles, USA
   •   1994 Pneumonic Plague Surat, India



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•   1995 Floods Malda, West Bengal, India
   •   1996 Cyclone Andhra Pradesh, India
   •   1997 Floods Gujarat, India
   •   1998 Cyclone Southern Gujarat, India
   •   1998 Floods Surat, India
   •   1999 Cyclone Orissa, India
   •   2001 Earthquake Gujarat, India
   •   2004 Tsunami Relief Work, India
   •   2005 Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts, USA
   •   2006 Floods Gujarat, India




                         Spiritual Activities



There are 700 BAPS mandirs has been established by BAPS all over the
world to motivate the more people to accept the spiritual way for
passing their in life very way.

And the other things about these all mandires are that thousand of
pilgrims visit BAPS mandirs daily.

Over 800 Sadhus are following the BAPS way.




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MARKETING



•   Basically, BAPS is not advertising about their activities which is
    going to be happening, in the news paper, TV or to other media.
    They are spreading awareness through the people those who are
    coming to Mandir. In each and every mandir, from the notice
    board and from the hoardings the people came to know about the
    activities.
•   For any big festival which will be celebrated by the sanstha, then
    for that big banners and hoarding are exhibited nearer to that
    particular area where festival is going to be celebrated.
•   WORD OF MOUTH is the best strategy using by the BAPS it
    spread the awareness.




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FINANCE
•   From the volunteers and main Swami of the mandir we came to
    that mainly devotees are giving donation to the BAPS. Only
    donation is the source of income for the sanstha.
•   BAPS is also keeping books of records of the balance sheet and
    profit and loss account.
•   The rules and regulation of BAPS does not allow us them to give
    the proper figure of the donation and the donors but from
    observing the activities we came to know that there is a huge
    amount of donation given by the devotees from the all over the
    world.
•   The donation which the BAPS is getting, all that fund is
    distributed to the each and every activity for the social welfare.




                                                                         35
MANAGEMENT OF BAPS

How people know about BAPS:-
      40%
      35%
      30%
      25%
      20%
      15%
      10%
       5%
       0%
                Friends        Relatives        Articles        Others




From the graph we can see that most of the know about the BAPS activities from the
relatives. so we can conclude that they are using WORD OF MOUTH strategy.


                                                                               36
Association of people to other NGOs:-
We came to know that most of the people are not associated with other NGOs.



Satisfaction level of BAPS followers:-

                                     Satisfaction




                    15%
                                                                              Highly
                                                                              Average
        25%                                               60%                 No




We can see from the graph that most of satsangi are satisfied with BAPS activities.
The graph shows that 60%people who coming in the BAPS sanstha are highly satisfied
with the activities that is conducted by BAPS. Most of people replied their answer in
yes.




Donation of employees to NGOs:-




                                                                                  37
Basically, most of the surveyors are spending average Rs. 500 annually to the BAPS.
On the some occasion that amount may be changes but normally they are spending this
much donation to the BAPS as part of social activity.




                                                                                38
Conclusion



We have studied the BAPS activities very throarly.

BAPS is one of the most excellent NGO in the world.

By its different activities we came to know that BAPS is doing very
effectively social service for the society.

BAPS is world’s No.2 NGO.

The management at BAPS is very excellent so because of this reason
BAPS is running very smoothly without any problem.

Volunteers are also giving their 100% contribution.

Without help of volunteers, this type of big NGO can’t run smoothly.

The social activities of BAPS towards the society are very helpful.




                                                                       39
SUGGESTIONS


We have given some suggestion to the BAPS like:


   •   Organization has to publish their detail activities plan about sabha & satsang
       on regular basis So, every person can know the about the activities .


   •   Organization can provide low cost education so that poor people can take more
       advantage.


   •   They have to start new hospitals in the rural area so more & more people can
       take free medical services.


   •   Also they can provide free lunch on a regular basis to the poor children.




                                                                                   40
BIBLIOGRAPHY

We have collected these all information from :


(1).WEBSITES :
     www.swaminarayan.org
     www.google.com
     www.wikipedia.com
     www.perfectworld.com


(2).Personal Interview of some of the Swami of BAPS.


(3).From Many Volunteers of BAPS.


(4).Booklet of BAPS.




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Baps Swaminarayan

  • 1. AS A PART OF M.B.A – SEM – III (2008-09) Stallion Group SUBMITED BY: SUBMITED TO: Goswami Jitendragiri KUMAR GAURAV Parakhiya Vasant (LECTURUR)
  • 2. PREFACE Today’s industrial scenario of economy is highly competitive and constantly changing. People are running to survive and fulfil their requirements. People have no time. People, have therefore, forgotten their responsibility towards the society. To maintain the system of society by working for social responsibility, some organisations are working for same. A practical study for understanding of management in such NGOs is more important with theoretical studies. In a M.B.A. program, students have to prepare a project report, as a practical study with theoretical concepts, as a partial fulfilment for the requirement of an M.B.A. degree. Here it is our sincere effort to prepare project report on BAPS that’s Bochsanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha. Basic purpose and reason behind this report is to understand about BAPS and its financial system and understand the people behaviour towards the BAPS. We have selected some of the activities done by the BAPS. It also creates awareness in the management students at grass root level about the difficulties and challenges faced by the organisation in their social welfare work. This report includes graphical analysis to represent concept in an illusive way, wherever needed. Based on this analysis, risk pertaining to the project is identified by evaluating strengths and weaknesses of the project. Also we had tried to identify the importance of each variable for the evaluation and the application in different ways. At the end of the report we have suggested some recommendations based on the findings that we had made from report for the improvement of some of the factors and variables. All the facts and figures added in this report are based on the data that was available to us from the organization, along with the guidance of our faculties; we had tried to calculate all the variables. 2
  • 3. ACKNOWLEDGEMNET We are also very thankful to the Nikhilesh Swami, Vivekpriya Swami; the main persons in the BAPS in Ahmedabad and also thankful to some volunteers for helping We are very thankful to our Kadi Sarva Vishva Vidyalaya University and Director Dr. Chinnam Reddy who has given us an opportunity to get practical knowledge in the field of Non Government Organisation and also for helping us to undergo this grand project. The learning during this project has been a great experience. We are also indebted towards our project guide KUMAR GAURAV for their invaluable guidance through out this project. Us in deciding the sector and the relevant topic of the project that can be helpful to us in the development of our careers. They had also given their valuable input while making this social management study report. 3
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  • 7. INTRODUCTION Introduction of Social Project:- As a partial fulfillment of MBA degree from this year “Kadi Sarva Vishwavidhyalaya” has introduced a Social Project in our syllabus. The main reason to introduce social project is that as a management student every student should have some awareness about their social responsibility. Every student should aware about what is doing in our society? What is other people doing for social empowerment and what should our role to empower our society? 7
  • 8. OBJECTIVE • To study various social activities of BAPS. • To study about how BAPS serve the people in the society. • To know how BAPS manage actively help to the people to all over the world. Introduction to BAPS:- The bochsanwasi shri akshar purushottam swaminarayan sanstha (baps) is a socio-spiritual organization with its roots in the vedas. As a part of hinduism, the sanstha believe that spiritual and social activities go hand in hand. Among its extensive work in moral and cultural field, tribal and spiritual care, medical and educational fields, environmental and social fields and its work in women and children’s development. Hospital, schools, hostel, diagnostic camp, free medicines, mobile medical vans and pure herbal medicines are all part of internationally by fully devoted sadhus and volunteers. Baps is also well known for the cultural monuments akshardham (new delhi & gandhinagar, india) and the swaminarayan mandirs in london, houston, chicago, toranto and atlanta. The sanstha contributes to the peace and harmony of society under the dynamic leadership of its spiritual head, his divine holiness pramukh swami maharaj. Bochasanwasi shri akshar purushottam swaminarayan sanstha (baps) is a socio-spiritual hindu organization with its roots in the vedas. It was revealed by bhagwan swaminarayan (1781-1830) in the late 18th century and established in 1907 by shastriji maharaj (1865-1951). 8
  • 9. Founded on the pillars of practical spirituality, the BAPS reaches out far and wide to address the spiritual, moral and social challenges and issues we face in our world. Its strength lies in the purity of its nature and purpose. BAPS strives to care for the world by caring for societies, families and individuals. This is done by mass motivation and individual attention, through elevating projects for all, irrespective of class, creed, colour or country. Its universal work through a worldwide network of over 3,300 centers has received many national and international awards and affiliation with the United Nations. Today, a million or more Swaminarayan followers begin their day with puja and meditation, lead upright, honest lives and donate regular hours in serving others. No Alcohol, No Addictions, No Adultery, No Meat, No Impurity of body and mind are their five lifetime vows. Such pure morality and spirituality forms the foundation of the humanitarian services performed by BAPS. 7,215 weekly assemblies for men and women, youths and teenagers are engaged in BAPS. There are 5,400 weekly assemblies for children organized by BAPS all over the world . BAPS is an international UN-affiliated charity providing in India. BAPS Charities is a nonprofit international charity organization committed to sincerely serving the world by caring for individuals, families and communities. It was registered as an independent charity in USA and Canada after serving since 1950 under the wing of its parent organization, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) which was founded in 1907. Among social service charities, BAPS Charities is a respected and trusted name. It has amassed over 50 years of firsthand experience in initiating, managing and sustaining over 160 humanitarian activities throughout the world in such diverse fields as: Medical Services, Educational Services, Environmental Services Community Services , Tribal Services and Disaster Relief Services. 9
  • 10. VISION / MISSION & Goal BAPS Vision:- BAPS Charities works with the vision that every individual deserves the right to a peaceful, dignified and healthy way of life. And by improving the quality of life of the individual, we are bettering families, communities, our world and our future. BAPS Mission:- BAPS Charities' mission is to serve needy individuals, families and communities throughout the world, with a focus on India. Goal:- Drawing on BAPS diverse resources, broad reach and vast experience, BAPS endeavor to provide both emergency care and long-term solutions in the areas of health, education, the environment, community development, tribal uplift, and disaster relief. 10
  • 11. Led by BAPS volunteer corps, BAPS Charities strives to: • Provide inexpensive, even free, health care through the creation of well-staffed hospitals, clinics, dispensaries and awareness outreach programs. • Build self-supporting educational institutes and help sustain existing educational programs to provide quality, value-based education for children. • Protect our natural resources by creating innovative sustainable solutions that promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources. • Empower underprivileged girls and young women with education and skills to raise sound families and in turn strengthen and stabilize their local communities. • Invest in the future of needy children and youths by inspiring learning, self-reliance, family respect, social responsibility, and moral integrity. • Assist and advance the most deprived members of our society living in tribal regions with access to basic health care, education, and social and economic amenities. • Provide immediate relief support to survivors of natural disasters and remain in service until the affected communities are rehabilitated and self-reliant. 11
  • 12. Word of Pramukh Swami Maharaj: Many ask, “ How can you mix spirituality & social service?” We ask, “ How can you separate the two?” 12
  • 13. “BE THE BEST DO THE BEST” 4 principles of BAPS. MILAN 13
  • 14. MADAD MAHIMA & MAPHI They give theaten the following things Weather Wife Work OBJECTIVES OF BAPS Inspire: One and all towards a better way of life through the humanitarian values of service, purity, discipline, love, tolerance, harmony and the realization of oneself as atma and experience the eternal joy of God. Energize: The on-going efforts against dowry, smoking, drugs, alcohol and other destructive addictions. Promote: Harmony and peaceful coexistence among all communities through understanding and co-operation. Develop: Constructive and creative youth and children's activities to channel their energy, promoting education and social services. Sustain: The roots of Indian and Hindu culture and all the good that it represents. • Detail about the objectives:- In the field of public health it will be top priority to encourage blood donation, blood donation camps will be held. Same stand will be taken for eye donation by 14
  • 15. educating people about importance of an eye for blind person. Also to reach to the relative of deceased in time to collect eyes. To provide medicine on regular basis to the poor people admitted in the civil hospital. 1. In the field of up-liftment of society it will be major task to provide books and notebooks at the concession rate or even free of cost to the needy students. To take full responsibility of education of the bright children from poor family. To understand old deprived old people and entrust them respectful status in the society. To make youth of today free from clutches of vises of tobacco, smoking etc and fill confidence in them to live bad habit free life. 2. To encourage women to come forward to know the society and be bold enough to ask for their rights. Make sisters of our society fearless by entrusting them confidence. 3. One of the top priorities is to solve the problems of Gandhinagar and district. And to put all efforts for all round progress. 4. To arrange work shops, seminars and discussion on different subjects. And to give new approach for upliftment of level of our society. 5. To give full co-operation to the other social institutes which are engaged in same type of activities as and when required by them? 6. To be helpful anywhere in India at the time of natural calamity to provide old cloths and footwear around the year and woolen cloths in winter to the poor people. To distribute sweets to the slum people on auspicious day of Diwali. 15
  • 16. RESPONSIBILITY CENTRES • There are 55,000 volunteers gives service to the BAPS to be helpful to the society. • They are engaged in this work by only one reason that’s give service to the society. • If we calculate the ratio of the volunteers in hours giving the service to the society by BAPS are 12,000,000 annual volunteers- hours in service. • More and more people join them self to be a volunteers. • Any person of any religion can be volunteer for giving social service to the society. • Everybody is free to give social service. 16
  • 17. Main Activities of BAPS • Provide Medical Facility • Hospital • Law Cost Education • Anti Drug Programme • Bal Sabha on Every Sunday • Gyan Sabha for every one • Providing a financial help in major operation to poor people. • Blood donation camps • Eye donation camps • Body donation camps • Medical camps • AIDS awareness programs in rural area • Health awareness programs • Preventive Health Awareness Seminars • Physical Fitness Courses • Health Awareness Publications • Free Diagnostic Camps to Education about Disease, Food & Health • Anti-Addiction Drives for Better Health and Prevention of Diseases • Preventive Health Awareness Seminars • Information system:- 9000 + centers all around the world. 800 + temples in various 55 countries. 5000 families in Rajkot. BAPS joint in CUG plan. Special Public relation department. 60 teams for personal Contact. 17
  • 18. Special EC department with 15 It Teams. 1000 volunteers for festivals. 55 data based for teachers. • Data base mgt. system:- • The activities of BAPS Charities are run independent of its parent organization, BAPS Swaminarayan Sanstha, and are managed by a diverse Board of Directors, who meet regularly and serve without reward, and whose personal opinions and interests are in line with the vision, mission, commitments and convictions are selfless. • BAPS is located all over the world . The BAPS reaches out to millions of individuals through a network of mandirs and centers. They are more than places of worship and gathering, they are permanent sources of peace and reformation for people of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs. Spread across the world, the BAPS Global Network is composed of more than 700 mandirs and 3,300 centers. Though varying in size every node of this network runs in synchronization with others providing inspiration for better living. For the ease of access. Activities in detail:- BAPS has established many Hospital all over the world. Some of those are as follow: T.M. Vadodaria General Hospital at Botad run by BAPS serving 200 villages, treated over 47,990 patients and performed 1,385 operations during the year 2005. Pramukh Swami Eye Hospital at Mumbai treated over 60,580 patients and performed 11,002 operations during the year 2005. 18
  • 19. Pramukh Swami Healthcare & Research Centre at Ahmedabad treated over 37,617 patients during the year 2005. Pramukh Swami Hospital at Dabhoi treated 32,358 patients and performed 1,760 operations during the year 2005. Pramukh Swami Prathmik Arogya Kendra at Chansad treated 12, 229 patients during the year 2005. Pramukh Swami Hospital at Atladara, Vadodara, treated over 32,212 patients and performed 1,206 operations during the year 2005. Pramukh Swami Hospital at Bhuj - Kutch treated 6,984 patients during the year 2005. Free Medical & Medical Camps:- Blood donation, bone marrow, ophthalmic, paediatric, disease prevention, women’s health camps and medical aid camps are frequently organized. To prevent disease, vaccination camps for polio, enteric fever and hepatitis B are organized. Camps for detection of hypertension, diabetes mellitus, heart disease, diagnostic and educational camps to prevent complications through diseases are held. Ayurvedic Pharmacy & Health Awerness:- 19
  • 20. BAPS Swaminarayan Herbal Care produces over 90 pure ayurvedic herbal products, as per norms given in scriptures. • 76 Medico-Spiritual conferences have enlightened over 20,000 doctors. • Health exhibitions and publications on AIDS, alcohol, smoking, heart and eggs. • Patient Guidance activities for ayurvedic treatment. • Regular Weekly Seminars for medical students Special coun - . selling to medical students. BAPS also Serve many things like follow : • 2 mobile Medical vans in Kutch - Bhuj earthquake-affected areas treated 7,778 patients during the year 2005. • 7 mobile medical vans treated 325,509 patients in remote tribal areas of Gujarat during the year 2005. • 2 BAPS advanced medical centres at Atlanta and Dallas with 50 specialist doctors. • Pramukh Swami Hospital at Bhavnagar is under planning. • Special seminars, conferences and health lectures are held regularly. • Free dispensaries and clinics at all major BAPS centres. • A new opening BAPS Pramukh Swami Hospital, Surat. • 3 different kinds of books for different generation. 1. For children- BAL Ghanshyam 2. Adult – Nilkanth 3. Old – Ghanshyam 20
  • 21. BAPS has celebrated Health Fair in the year 2008 named HEALTH FAIR 2008: Health Fair is very nice concept done by BAPS. Its very beneficial for many poor people. BAPS Charities aims to serve individuals, families and communities in need by providing high quality, low cost health care facilities. Annual health fairs are at the core of BAPS Charities' medical services. Physicians and technicians regularly volunteer their expertise to provide free medical care and advice to the increasing number of people who lack access to quality health care. Staying informed about wellness issues can help one make better decisions on how to lead a healthier lifestyle. In this respect, health fairs also provide education through personal consultation, use of tangible, visual aids and numerous informational pamphlets. Access to quality healthcare eludes many of the world's population. In India, even simple, easily treatable illnesses can be life-threatening without proper medical treatment. Our goal is to provide medical assistance regardless of a patient's social and economic background. BAPS Charities has built and/or is managing 7 charitable hospitals & healthcare centers in India, and is currently constructing a major new hospital and research center in Surat. OPD - Outpatients Department . . IND - Inpatients Department . OPR - Operations Planning In secially navratri they arrange different kinds of activities and games{bhakti mahotsav-2009} like: Essay competition Cricket Chess Basket ball Garba rass Drama 21
  • 22. Etc….. They organise some spcial programmes for the religious awareness of the people In 2006- born to baps 2007- learn to ahead 2008- learn to leave 2009- asamita BUDGETING OPD IND OPR Hospital OPD IND OPR since since since (opening date) 2003 2003 2003 opening opening opening General Hospital in Botad, Gujarat 39,897 4,024 1,155 516,909 53,099 40,042 (April 1992) Pramukh Swami Eye Hospital, 67,465 8,157 8,157 529,572 45,308 45,308 Mumbai (February 1996) Pramukh Swami Health Care & Research Center, Amdavad, Gujarat 42,854 656 -- 234,237 2,173 -- (December 1996) 22
  • 23. Pramukh Swami General Hospital, 28,946 1,471 1,072 102,248 6,665 3,807 Dabhoi, Gujarat (May 25, 2000) Pramukh Swami Prathmik Arogya Kendra, Chansad, Gujarat 14,980 378 1,025 49,397 933 2,178 (September 2000) Pramukh Swami Hospital, Atladara, Gujarat 29,691 1,946 679 89,791 6,046 2,141 (February 2001) Pramukh Swami Hospital, Bhuj, Gujarat 29,157 -- -- 83,148 -- -- (February 2001) There are some Healthcare Centers in the United States also: • Atlanta, GA • Chicago, IL • Dallas, TX • Los Angeles, CA • Orlando, FL • Washington DC BAPS Charities also operates a healthcare center in London, England. It is very good thing for BAPS. 23
  • 24. Activities belong to Women • Training Camp Leadership training camps have trained more than 11,750 women for social, moral and educational service. • Womanhood Development Programme Annually over 10,000 young women are trained in over 140 fields, ranging from cooking to high-level management, at 450 centers. • Publication & Perodicals 24
  • 25. An in-house team of talented women regularly publishes books, magazines and newsletters catering to the social, cultural and spiritual needs of women. • Education Works 940 women volunteers worked for more than a year to promote literacy in the tribal and underdeveloped areas of Gujarat, educating over 12,000 women. • Clean-Up Campaigns Village and hospital clean-up campaigns have been undertaken by BAPS women volunteers. In two years, 850 volunteers cleaned three major hospitals. • Prayer for Patients 500 young girls visited 225 hospitals meeting over 4,350 patients for comfort and prayer. A similar program has been undertaken by young boys. • Balikas Parv BAPS celebrated a Special Parv (Festival) On Balikas (Small Girl) in past, in that many Balikas have taken oath on some rules. The detail about that girls are follows. Balikas for Sampark Contacted Balikas Balikas who took Niyams 2360 15594 45,143 * Regarding 5 Niyams (Rules) (Regular mandir darshan, bowing to parents, 3 hours regular academic reading, balika assembly, anti- addiction) 25
  • 26. 1. 10,864 - Will regularly go to mandir and chant the rosary. 2. 9,038 - Will daily bow to parents. 3. 8,411 - Will daily study for 3 hours. 4. 8,148 - Will regularly go to balika assembly. 5. 8,682 - will not ever have any kind of addiction. →45,143 total niyams pledged by balikas Women Uplift Programmes:- • Training seminars for tribal women teach them skills for securing employment. • Special camps guide tribal women towards socio-economic development. 6. More details on activities by the BAPS Women’s Wing:- 1. Anti-dowry Campaign 2. Health & Medical 3. Education Help 4. Exhibitions for Women 5. Regional, National & International Competitions 6. International Conventions 7. BAPS Women Volunteer Force 26
  • 27. 8. Social Activities Conducted by Women 9. Moral Centre 10. Cultural Activities 11. Publications 12.Sampark Parv Anti-Addiction Camp:- 3000 young girls visited major areas of cities and villages. They met 147,226 people, of which 52,395 gave up their addictions. Motivated by books, pamphlets, exhibitions, and personal letters and counseling, countless people have been de-addicted. Over 6 million people have visited BAPS mobile exhibitions and its de- addiction work has received the prestigious Gujarat Cancer Society and Ravishankar Maharaj Awards. World’s Largest De-Addiction Drive By children:- In 20 days of summer holidays, 10,000 children in 2,500 groups visited relatives, neighbors and citizens in streets, shops, offices and public places, contacting nearly 900,000 people, and de- addicting 312,500 addicts. 27
  • 28. Anti-Addiction Activities:- Anti-addiction drives are a regular, all-year-round activity for BAPS Charities. Volunteers continually move from village to village, city to city, meeting and counseling addicts into giving up smoking, drinking and drugs. Our mobile exhibitions are displayed in schools, factories, village squares, fairs, railway stations and private functions. These drives have attained a long-lasting success. • Some Other Activities Of BAPS:- Family Assembly Campaigns:- To strengthen family bonds, 50,000 homes have been inspired to conduct Family Assemblies, wherein all the family members daily sit together for half an hour to pray to God, discuss their day and understand each other. Literacy Campaigns:- BAPS helped achieve a 100% literacy rate in Bhavnagar District. Special language books were prepared by the sadhus who 28
  • 29. personally encouraged the villagers. In Kheda, 8,200 illiterates learnt to read and write. Education Campaigns:- • Well-equipped computer institute at Silvassa. • Tribal education complexes in Ukai and Surat have been established. • Children in over 80 tribal villages benefit from regular free tuition classes. • Parents seminars guide parents on how to nurture their children’s potential. • Blood Donate Activities:- BAPS Charities regularly organizes blood-donation camps stretching from Australia, to India and to the United States. This is an incredible act of kindness. An individual takes time out of their busy schedule to give a piece of themselves to help a stranger. Where blood requirements are high, blood camps are held more frequently. 29
  • 30. BAPS has collected a huge Blood many times. These are some facts about Blood Donate Campaign conducted in only Gujarat. • A 37-day blood donation camp was organized in 1981 in Amdavad, which collected a volume of 250,000 ccs of blood • A 59-day blood donation camp was organized in 1985 in Amdavad, which collected a volume of 619,500 ccs of blood • A 34-day blood donation camp was organized in 1992 in Gandhinagar, which collected a recording breaking volume of over 800,000 ccs of blood. • A 37-day blood donation camp was organized in 1995 in Mumbai, which collected 405,000 ccs of blood On 12/1/2003, blood camps were conducted in both Kolkata and Amreli, generating 27,900 ccs and 27,000 ccs respectivel In 2003, BAPS Charities organized 4 blood donation camps and collected 99,300 ccs of blood. • To date, 2,908,500 ccs of blood have been collected in our blood donation camps. Moral & Cultural Activities 630,000 annual satsang assembly organized by BAPS. 34 million visitors to cultural festivals in India, UK, USA, Africa. 554,790 students have appeared in the international cultural examinations. Education Activities 31 permanent educational institutions annually serve 11,000 students by the BAPS. 30
  • 31. There are over 5,000 scholarships awarded annually announced by the BAPS . There are 55 schools built in disaster-hit regions by the BAPS. Environment Activities BAPS is doing very nice work in the area of environment. By the BAPS Millions of trees and shrubs planted in thousands of villages. It is also one of the good things about BAPS. BAPS also doing work in the area of water plant like thousands of water conservation projects in hundreds of villages has been established by the BAPS. BAPS is aware of environment very deeply so thousands of tones of paper collected by BAPS for recycling annually. Social Activities 31
  • 32. BAPS has stated & completed 33 disaster relief operations successfully managed. By the inspiration of BAPS 50,000 family inspired to hold daily Family Assemblies. BAPS gives huge help for Anti-Addition so the result is that over two million people inspired to quit addictions. Its all the strength of the BAPS. In natural calamities BAPS volunteers offer selfless services like. Following are the some calamities when BAPS volunteers have give huge contribution by giving help to people. Relief Work Volunteers of BAPS has done excellent work during any natural calamities. Some of the detail are as follow: • 1974 Famine Gujarat & Maharashtra, India • 1975 Famine Gujarat & Maharashtra, India • 1979 Floods Morbi, Gujarat, India • 1982 Floods Saurashtra, Gujarat, India • 1983 Floods Saurashtra, Gujarat, India • 1984 Famine Ethiopia • 1987 Famine Saurashtra, India • 1992 Drought Jamnagar, Gujarat, India • 1993 Earthquake Latur, Maharashtra, India • 1994 Earthquake Los Angeles, USA • 1994 Pneumonic Plague Surat, India 32
  • 33. 1995 Floods Malda, West Bengal, India • 1996 Cyclone Andhra Pradesh, India • 1997 Floods Gujarat, India • 1998 Cyclone Southern Gujarat, India • 1998 Floods Surat, India • 1999 Cyclone Orissa, India • 2001 Earthquake Gujarat, India • 2004 Tsunami Relief Work, India • 2005 Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts, USA • 2006 Floods Gujarat, India Spiritual Activities There are 700 BAPS mandirs has been established by BAPS all over the world to motivate the more people to accept the spiritual way for passing their in life very way. And the other things about these all mandires are that thousand of pilgrims visit BAPS mandirs daily. Over 800 Sadhus are following the BAPS way. 33
  • 34. MARKETING • Basically, BAPS is not advertising about their activities which is going to be happening, in the news paper, TV or to other media. They are spreading awareness through the people those who are coming to Mandir. In each and every mandir, from the notice board and from the hoardings the people came to know about the activities. • For any big festival which will be celebrated by the sanstha, then for that big banners and hoarding are exhibited nearer to that particular area where festival is going to be celebrated. • WORD OF MOUTH is the best strategy using by the BAPS it spread the awareness. 34
  • 35. FINANCE • From the volunteers and main Swami of the mandir we came to that mainly devotees are giving donation to the BAPS. Only donation is the source of income for the sanstha. • BAPS is also keeping books of records of the balance sheet and profit and loss account. • The rules and regulation of BAPS does not allow us them to give the proper figure of the donation and the donors but from observing the activities we came to know that there is a huge amount of donation given by the devotees from the all over the world. • The donation which the BAPS is getting, all that fund is distributed to the each and every activity for the social welfare. 35
  • 36. MANAGEMENT OF BAPS How people know about BAPS:- 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Friends Relatives Articles Others From the graph we can see that most of the know about the BAPS activities from the relatives. so we can conclude that they are using WORD OF MOUTH strategy. 36
  • 37. Association of people to other NGOs:- We came to know that most of the people are not associated with other NGOs. Satisfaction level of BAPS followers:- Satisfaction 15% Highly Average 25% 60% No We can see from the graph that most of satsangi are satisfied with BAPS activities. The graph shows that 60%people who coming in the BAPS sanstha are highly satisfied with the activities that is conducted by BAPS. Most of people replied their answer in yes. Donation of employees to NGOs:- 37
  • 38. Basically, most of the surveyors are spending average Rs. 500 annually to the BAPS. On the some occasion that amount may be changes but normally they are spending this much donation to the BAPS as part of social activity. 38
  • 39. Conclusion We have studied the BAPS activities very throarly. BAPS is one of the most excellent NGO in the world. By its different activities we came to know that BAPS is doing very effectively social service for the society. BAPS is world’s No.2 NGO. The management at BAPS is very excellent so because of this reason BAPS is running very smoothly without any problem. Volunteers are also giving their 100% contribution. Without help of volunteers, this type of big NGO can’t run smoothly. The social activities of BAPS towards the society are very helpful. 39
  • 40. SUGGESTIONS We have given some suggestion to the BAPS like: • Organization has to publish their detail activities plan about sabha & satsang on regular basis So, every person can know the about the activities . • Organization can provide low cost education so that poor people can take more advantage. • They have to start new hospitals in the rural area so more & more people can take free medical services. • Also they can provide free lunch on a regular basis to the poor children. 40
  • 41. BIBLIOGRAPHY We have collected these all information from : (1).WEBSITES : www.swaminarayan.org www.google.com www.wikipedia.com www.perfectworld.com (2).Personal Interview of some of the Swami of BAPS. (3).From Many Volunteers of BAPS. (4).Booklet of BAPS. 41