Backward Class Upliftment

 

Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes have been, for centuries, the most neglected, marginalized and exploited people. The scourge of untouchability was a blot on the Indian civilization. Despite the constitutional declaration of its abolition under Article 17 of the Constitution, it persists in many subtle and not so subtle ways. It has been an unmitigated tale of prejudice, discrimination and exploitation. At stake, in the ultimate analysis, is the very integrity and survival of Indian society. Without transforming vertical inequality insociety into horizontal equality, democracy will have no meaning.

If the law is not in favour of disadvantaged, they will never achieve true equality of opportunity and freedom of choice. The nation’s unity will be at risk. In some form or the other, overt or covert, in many subtle ways, the prejudice against these weaker sections persists. This is perhaps because of the mind-set of certain sections of the society. The injustices heaped on the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes for no reason other than the pure accident of birth have few parallels in the history of civilisation. ARK’s few of the objectives towards the upliftment of the backward class upliftments are given below.

  • To conduct the art training for scheduled cast/tribal base on handicraft like bamboo work, statue work, Bharat arts, weaving etc.
  • To conduct the training programs of publicity and growth of tribal culture and tradition.
  • To operate child school, convent, primary, secondary schools, colleges, medicals, engineering, agriculture and nursing college, computer training school, adult training school, hostels, ashram school and industrial training institutions.
  • To conduct, manage and the healthcare by using modern articles.
  • Establish Ashram school for the orphan, wanderer, shelterless children and give them vocational training for their all-round development.
  • Arrange the programs of Balsanskar for children like orphan, wanderershelterless and provide them the facility of hostels.
  • Provide the child development plans and schemes of child education which run through the social welfare offices, Central and State Government.