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.
When we think about intention we feel, intention is not something we do, but rather a force that exists in the universe as an invisible field of energy. Therefore, it is similar to the fact that the way this NGO called Jan Akanksha is germinated through form less idea residing in the invisible domain of the field of intention. By understanding this fact our most essential duty becomes to awake those dormant forces to which we call faculties and talents etc., and invoke intention.
So, to clearing away the obscurity of the concept of Jan Akanksha- NGO, we would like to imbue people with correct idea and norms which may make them comfortable to take decision to be part of it. Here, we say Jan Akanksha is moving forward with strong impulse to work in behalf of the weaker section of society. It shall try to provide different skill to those who are really interested for a job but they do not look opportunities when they see ahead. Obviously it is their weak economic condition and illiteracy which demoralized them and they do not seem confident themselves when they try to approach someone. Now, how they should be assessed? Or should they be left to stuck forever to their deficiencies? Or they must given chance that may cause an upheaval for them so that they do not ascribe their failure to their weaker social existence?
Here, what to say about the responsibility of vibrant citizens or strong and powerful social organizations etc.? Gentlemen, it is collective responsibility to come forward for the upliftment of those who really need help. And of course powerful section of our society is not apathetic about the weaker section. So, let us work together to combat the poverty and illiteracy which make our society weaker.