Raj Bhavan related Organisations

Raj Bhavan related Organisations

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Nava Nalanda Mahavihara society is situated at Nalanda, Bihar.The Governor of Bihar is the President of Nava Nalanda Mahavihara Society. The Mahavihar was founded in 1951 with the initiation of Ven. Bhikshu Jadish Kashyap. Nava Nalanda Mahavihara(NNM) was taken over in 1994 by the Government of India, it was declared as Deemed to be University in 2006. The society is responsible to guide, supervise and oversee the overall functioning of the Mahavihara. The society shall meet as least once in the year and whenever necessary in the interest of the Society. Objectives of the Society is to undertake Under Graduate, Post Graduate and Doctoral programme in Pali and Buddhist Studies and to develop a residential centre of education of international importance on the line of the ancient /old Viharas.

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Khuda Baksh Library

Khuda Baksh Oriental Public Library is situated at Ashok Rajpath, Patna. It is a Institute of National importance. This Library is guided by an Act called Khuda Baksh Oriental Public Library Act-1969. It is regulated by the Khuda Baksh Oriental Public Library Board and Governor of Bihar is ex-officio Chairman of this board. Director of this Library is to be appointed by the Central Government. Khuda Baksh Oriental Public Library is a unique repository of about 21000 oriental manuscripts and 2.5 lakh printed books. This Library is now fully funded by the Ministry of Culture, Government of India.

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The Sainik Kalyan Nideshalay is under Home Department , Government of Bihar, It is for welfare of ex-serviceman. The Administration of special funds for reconstruction of rehabilitation of ex-servicemen is under this directorate. To administer the fund, there is State Managing Committee. The Hon’ble Governor is Chairman of this Committee.

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The Indian Red Cross Society Bihar State Branch office is situated near Gandhi Maidan, Patna. This branch was incorporated under Indian Red Cross Society Act,1920( as amended by Act no.22 of 1956). This state branch has jurisdiction over entire state of Bihar. The Indian Red Cross Society works by the principle of international Humanitarian Law, for humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary Service etc. The mission and objective of this society is to prevent and alleviate sufferings with complete impartiality, making no discrimination as to nationality race, sex religious benefit, language, class etc. Governor is President of Indian Red Cross Society State Branch, Chairman of the State Branch is Dr. B.B. Sinha who has been elected by the managing Committee.

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Mahila Imdad Committee is an organization established in Raj Bhavan in 1930, Lady Governor is president of this committee. This organization is governed by Executive Committee. It is for relief, rehabilitation and betterment of the women and children. There is a skill development training centre for poor girls. This centre is situated at Raj Bhavan premises itself. The certification for these trainee girls is being done by the women's polytechnic government of Bihar.

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The Bihar State Council for Child Welfare society is registered under society registration Act 21, 1860 in the year of 1977-78. The office of the council is at Raj Bhavan, Patna. The aims and objective of this council is (i) To Co-ordinate activities and help in the development of child welfare movement in the state (ii) To serve as a link between the official and non-official agencies and organizations at the local, town, city, district and state level. Governor of Bihar is the President of this society. The Secretary to the Governor is Honorary Secretary. Executive Committee meets at least once in four months for the proper conduct of the affairs of the council. At present there are six Anganwari Training Centres being run by this society at Gaya, Bhagalpur, Purnea, Hajipur, Muzaffarpur and East Champaran. There is a mand Buddhi Shishu Sansthan situated at R. Block, Patna run by this society. Funding for running the Anganwari Training Centres is being done by Director, Integrated Child Development Project of Bihar, Patna.

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The maternity and child welfare society is registered under the Society Registration Act 1860 on 15th October 1928. The society is established with the objective for promotion, supervision, administration and maintenance of maternity family and child welfare work in Bihar. Lady Stephenson was the first President of the Managing Committee of this society. Now Governor of Bihar is the President of the managing Committee. There is a working committee to assist and discharge the duties of this society. There are three centres for maternity and child welfare being run by this society. These centres are located at Bhawar Pokhar, Sabjibagh, Patna, Gayghat, Patna and Mangal Talab, Patna City, Patna.

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Lady Stephenson Hall is situated at Museum road, Patna. The main aims and objects of this Institute is to cater for the betterment and welfare of the general social and educational conditions of the women and children of the India. The Institute is governed by Managing Committee. The Hon'ble Governor, the Hon'ble Chief Justice of Patna High Court, Patna and D.M. Patna are the trustees of Lady Stephenson Hall.

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Prakrit Jain Sanshtan and Ahinsha Shodh Sansthan is located at Basokund, Vaishali. The constitution of this institute provides for three bodies. Firstly, the General Council, secondly the Executive Committee and thirdly the Publication Committee. The first two bodies are constituted by the State Government in the Education Department and Publication Committee is constituted by the General Council itself. The Governor of Bihar is the Ex-officio Adhishthata (Protector) and the Education Minister of Bihar is the Ex-officio "Adhyaksha" of the General Council. The Executive Committee and the Publication Committee are headed by the Commissioner, Tirhut Division, as Ex-officio Chairman. The General Council is the Supreme Body of the Institute. Proposals mooted by the committees are considered by the General Council before recommendations are sent to the Government. The institute has a well equipped library of more than 13,000 books and journals of Indological subjects in general and Prakrit and Jainology in particular. The General Council shall meet ordinarily once a year to transact all business like considering annual report, audit and accounts of the previous year, to examine scheme, plans and projects for betterment of the institute, to approve the next years' programme of scholarship, research works and publications and to pass the budget etc.

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