• To provide aid to the needy poor, elderly , disabled, senior citizens such as legal aid, health services and government policies.
  • To create the means for providing medical assistance to the people suffering from diseases, especially for poor helpless people.
  • To provide needy migrant patients with the information such as the best facility for treatment, likely cost thereof, availability of lodging/boarding etc.
  • To improve the quality of life in tribal, rural communities etc.
  • To promote tribal welfare and rural development.
  • To provide relief work to the people who are affected by natural calamities, etc.
  • To implement the schemes of central government, state government and local self government for the welfare of deserving students and society at large.
  • To create the social , cultural and educational awakening amongst the tribal and backward class.
  • Helpline for people from North-East with regard to medication, academics, accommodation, hospitality and social Justice.
  • Awareness programmes about the North-East in educational institutions, business organizations and community groups across rest of India as well as through media and Internet.
  • Events on cultural exchange and sports encouraging participation of students from North-East and rest of India.
  • To avail the free/concessional facility of higher education for the needy and poor tribal and backward students (i.e  SC, ST and NT.)
  • To organize the various national and international seminars on the social and political, cultural issues to create the awareness among the vulnerable groups for their rights and society at large.
  • To act as conscience keepers through advocacy of the rights of vulnerable people subject to terms, rules, laws of coastal/state government.
  • To develop interstate cordial, co-operative relations by encouraging local people to adopt migrant students or also to act as their local guardians.
  • To create unity and sense of brotherhood amongst the people of different states and religions.
  • To help the needy migrant students of different states in all possible manner viz. providing information regarding the availability of seats in different colleges for admission, fee structure, scholarships, admission procedure, information of the city, location of the college and also the facilities available for lodging/boarding etc.
  • To promote and protect the human rights of the tribal and backward people and society at large.
  • To establish any welfare project and to assist, affiliate and establish connections with other institutions having similar objects and help them in providing aid to the tribal and backward students.
  • To develop and spread the idea of friendship and fraternity among the people.

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Samajik Samarasta and Child Welfare 

Samajik Samarasta and Baal Kalyan
My Home India had organised a program on Samajik Samarasta and Child Welfare  in Savarkar Hall at Shivaji Park, Dadar, Mumbai-28 on Thursday 13/04/2017. This function was held to commemorate the Birth Anniversaries of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule and Babasaheb Ambedkar.  On dais were Shri Sunil Deodhar, founder My Home India, Shri Amar Sable, M.P. (Rajya Sabha) as Chief Guest, Shri Dada Idate, Chairman NCDNT, and Adv. Ravindra Lokhande, Trustee of My Home India.  "Balasaheb Deoras Samarasta Award" was conferred on Smt Kusumtai Gople - Matang caste, Shri Ashok Kamble - Boudh Samaj, Shri Lalu Kunchikorve - Kunchikorve samaj. Sunil Deodhar said that Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar's thoughts and his work are not only for the Dalit community but for the nation as a whole. He said that his thoughts should not be confined only to the Dalits but should be manifested in the lives of the all the people in India .Mahatma Phule who laid the unprecedented foundation of women education, which crea
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