About Jan Akanksha
The Jan Akanksha, a non-governmental organization is registered under the society act 1860. Whereas it’s Registration No. is ROS/NORTH/340/2014.
The motive behind, to run an organization under the title of Jan Akanksha, is to take stock of that neglected and weaker sections of the society and provide them requisite vocational training through which such needy and economically weak people can subsist.
To help the above mentioned ladies who took such a serious responsibility upon their shoulders, the experienced team, of social workers, advocates, journalists, entrepreneurs and people working in different walks of life, is at their disposal.
The brief matter, about ascendant NGO, known as Jan Akanksha, that you now hold in your hands or shall latter on try to study it in any manner, was once a formless idea residing in the invisible domain of the field of intention. Gentlemen, the definition of intention is not restricted to “as a strong aim, accompanied by a determination to produce a desired result” but it is certainly a power which exists in the universe and of course something much greater and higher than a determined individual will or ego.
Do we think that evil is triumphing over good? Is the world filled with egocentric, selfish people? Can the little guy ever get ahead? Are government entities and all their representative corrupt and untrustworthy? In other world can we say is life unfair? Under this condition Jan Akanksha is there to find the right answers of such complicated questions! One more thing is very important to mention here that mostly we feel that we cannot get ahead as no one is there to whom we may call our ‘god father’ or not having good connections with influenced people.
No hesitation to say that this attitude is basically is the outcome of our own assessment and interaction with life.
So question is this whether our thoughts reflect pessimistic view of human society, then that’s really how we feel about ourselves. On contrary if our thoughts reflect an optimistic view of the society, then that’s how we feel about our life. So, generally whatever attitude we have about the society is a good sign of the respect we have for our abilities intending what we desire.
In all, we want to say one should stop bemoaning his destiny, inability, lack of opportunity or good connection etc., he should adapt himself according to the situation and must reflect positive views and subscribe to the idea of power of intention by discarding the pessimistic thoughts.
Jan Akanksha is stepped out to empower the women and the weaker section of the society living in urban and rural areas. Gentlemen, to understand the factors of poverty we shall have to understand first its vicious circle. Which moves like this, that the low level income does not promote saving, further it also reduces the scope of investment; and obviously low level investment bring about the low income. So, in this way Jan Akanksha, apart from providing vocational training to such needy people who are looking forward to organization like us, at random, will try its level best to educate them. Jan Akankash is also determined to providing them resources to build their sustainable livelihood for better quality of life. Will our country be poverty free by 2020 mighty by a question of serious concern but if really want our nation healthy- wealthy then indeed NGO like us has lot of scope to do philanthropic work in favour of the weaker section the society. Though we believe that poverty is reducing yet 25.7 % people are living below the poverty in the rural area and 13.7% in the urban areas. The latest report about poverty also reveals that 200 million people India still living below poverty line. Here we should remember that, “those who have failed to work toward the truth have missed the purpose of living”.