There are nearly 109 districts in India which are backward and underdeveloped. We have started our journey from Bundelkhand region as this region tops among the list.
Project Srishtipath aims to develop all these areas by providing them with a self-sustaining model. One campaign is for a single area as we will be covering all the 109 districts in 109 Phases. This is phase 1 of Project Srishtipath.
Bundelkhand - The region of Bundelkhand comprising of 13 districts of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, is situated in north-central India.
It is a well-known fact that the Bundelkhand region is the most backward region with a grim face of ugly poverty. Most hunger deaths are reported from the region along with farmer's suicide every third day. Lack of natural resources, poor communication, infertile land, erratic rain distribution is some of the reasons which make Bundelkhand economically and industrially most backward area in India. The people of these areas are facing following problems which are listed hereunder-
Solution - A medical centre, a pathology lab, a medical store will be available at Srishtipath Kendra.
Solution - An educational centre equipped with modern technology will be provided at Srishtipath Kendra, with special emphasis on girl and adult education.
Solution - We will revive and recharge water bodies with the community help.
Solution - We will provide training to the farmers for cattle rearing for livelihood.
Solution - We will provide various vocational training on a localized basis under skill development and digital education.
Solution - We will provide an information centre, which will provide information about various government schemes and awareness programs will be organized on various social issues.
Solution - Legal services will be available at Srishtipath Kendra bridging the gap between the local administration and the people.
Most of these problems are man-made and can be resolved. The Srishtipath Kendra will be the first of its kind where so many facilities will be provided under one roof and will be a self-sustaining system.
Let's make Bundelkhand free from hunger, poverty, and backwardness.
ABOUT THE PROJECT -
On this path, we have chosen the Bundelkhand region as our first phase. After the Bundelkhand region, we will be moving to the other backward areas of the nation.
Cost, as estimated by management, will be around Rs. 1.24 Crore which will be covered in 2 phases.
- In Phase 1 we will acquire 4 acres of land & thereafter construct the building for Pathology Lab & Education Centre.
- In Phase 2 we will buy Equipment for Pathology Lab, Computers & Printers, Chairs, Solar Systems & Other Equipment & will start recruiting staff for running the said project.
- Computers - 20
- Printers - 4
- Chairs - 60
- Office Elmira- 5
- Files – 100
- Hospital Beds – 30
- Ambulances – 2
- Medical Equipment
- Teachers – 5
- Housekeeping – 3
- Manager – 1
- Doctors – 4
- Nursing staff – 5
- Ambulance Drivers -2
|1.||Land & Building||60,00,000|
|5.||Furniture & Fixtures Including Chairs & Tables||1,25,000|
| Total =||12,425,000|