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Give a Chance to Unprivileged Rural India- Libraries are the Solution

Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay (Trust)- MPGP

Vision: To be the Prime Enabler in Evolution of a Knowledge driven Prosperous India characterized by Excellence, Values & Enlightenment of its people.

Short Term Goal: To establish and operate 20 libraries in 20 different Panchayats across the nation by 2020.

Brief Introduction: Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay (Trust) aims to establish and operate a chain of quality libraries in remote villages across India where the poor students are not able to compete with the students from developed area and from privileged families for their career opportunities. In this era of competition, apart from good books, we strive to provide quality study materials and guidance to underprivileged students, so that they may have equal opportunities at their exposure.
A positive and important effect of these libraries will be Constructive Development of Young Minds. We witness that students quit their education due to financial reasons & lack of guidance, and sometimes they get involved in unsocial activities. Through a chain of libraries and its constructive activities, the trust will engage young minds in creative self-development and will guide them to shape their future. In near future, we also aim to serve as a tool to accomplish the visionary projects ‘Skill India’ and ‘StartUp India’ of the Government of India.
Activities: The Trust inaugurated 1st unit of library in Sarwan Village of Deoghar District in Jharkhand on 19thDecember, 2010. Since then it has grown as a major support to the students and it is serving around 2000 students from various schools and villages around it. The library has around 1500 books/ study materials ranging from Panchtantra to UPSC Question banks and from NCERT supplement books to IIT-JEE preparation materials. The library also serves with 3 daily newspapers and many magazines. Students are also provided with space to do group study in evening in the library during Non-Library hours.  All these have resulted in benefiting students in terms that they are getting selected for Teaching jobs, Banks, Railways, NITs, BIT, RIMS etc. The first unit was established and is being operated with the funding from Trust members. We received help in terms of books from Deoghar Book Fair organizing committee and Study materials from Allen Career Institute and Resonance, Kota.
Our Another activity is Project ‘Chirag’, in which Trust is ‘adopting’ poor and unprivileged children from downtrodden section of our society for their education. The trust is providing them free education which includes education in good school, tuition, books, stationaries, clothes, shoes, bags etc. Every year we are ‘adopting’ few such children and working with them for their better future.
 
Under Project ‘Beej’ we organize activities on Environment Conservation, Water Conservation & Water Harvesting.  iN 2017 we planted 630 super quality of fruit and timber plants for 30 girl children. Project ‘Uday’ aims for personality development of rural students through various competitions and activities. In Project ‘Kaushal’, we are nominating & coordinating for
skill training of rural students and youths in different organizations. We also, organize Career Counselling with experts for guidance of students.
 

Future Plans: We are planning to establish 20 units of Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay by 2020. Taking our mission one step further, Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay (Trust) inaugurated its 2nd branch in a remote village Bhaiyadih-MishrAgidhanda in Deoghar district of Jharkhand on 5th March 2016.
The 3rd unit will be inaugurated soon in Kushmil village of Deoghar, Jharkhand.
 
Team: The Trust is a team of devoted and qualified personalities who have a zeal to serve the society and the nation at large. Both the patrons are social activist. One of the Co-founder and Managing Trustee is Senior Engineer in a Maharatna PSU. Other members of the Trust are also learned personalities of society like Advocate in Supreme Court, officer with Indian Customs, IT professional, Chartered Accountant, Teacher, Social Activist, etc.
 
Attached brochure & Recent Activities of Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay (Trust) may provide a better insight about our Vision, Mission, Values and different activities.
Support Needed: As we aim to establish and run more & more libraries in Rural India, we need support of you all. We cant's do it without participation of you all. The Unprivileged people of Rural India seek your kindness.
 
Hoping for your favourable response. Thank you, in advance!


Yours Sincerely,
Ranjan Gupta,
President & Managing Trustee,
Munsi Premchand Gramin Pustkalay (Trust),
8800105503.
Recent Activities
Recent Activities
Project Kaushal & Carer Counselling
Project Kaushal & Carer Counselling
Lakshmi Taru 2017
Lakshmi Taru 2017
Project Beej
Project Beej
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Project Uday
Project Uday
Project Chiraag
Project Chiraag
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10th August 2018



The First Unit of Library was established on 19th December 2010 in Sarwan village in Deoghar district of Jharkhand. It is fully equipped now with around 100 daily average readership, around 4000 books-study materials, 3 Newspapers, 25 Weekly/Quarterly/Monthly Magazines. Using the library many students already got success in different job exams, entrance exams.
The 2nd Unit was established on 5th March 2016 in a remote village Mishragidhanda in Deoghar District of Jharkhand. With increasing readership and increasing resources, this unit too started showing results.

Soon, we are planning to open library units in Kushmil, Sarath, Jarmundi villages. We need for this.





The First Unit of Library was established on 19th December 2010 in Sarwan village in Deoghar district of Jharkhand. It is fully equipped now with around 100 daily average readership, around 4000 books-study materials, 3 Newspapers, 25 Weekly/Quarterly/Monthly Magazines. Using the library many students already got success in different job exams, entrance exams.
The 2nd Unit was established on 5th March 2016 in a remote village Mishragidhanda in Deoghar District of Jharkhand. With increasing readership and increasing resources, this unit too started showing results.

Soon, we are planning to open library units in Kushmil, Sarath, Jarmundi villages. We need for this.


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Anonymous donated Rs.3,000

Dear Ranjan Sir, Thanks for doing it for the society. Good Luck. Regards, Raunak

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Nitin donated Rs.1,100

You people are doing really great work. All the best !!