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Introduction

The Directorate of Women and Child Development is the nodal Department for ensuring a state of well being for women and children of Karnataka. The Directorate formulates action plans, policies and programmes towards achieving this mission, guides and co-ordinates the efforts of governmental and non-governmental organisations working for the empowerment of women and development of children. The two primary focus areas of government are ensuring nutritional standards and early childhood education. While many of the schemes, programmes and services are provided by the government the partnership with civil society organisations and private sector has enabled greater reach to women and children in need of care and support.


Vision
To ensure that all women in Karnataka become economically, socially and politically empowered, and all children in the state get the care and protection that is needed for a safe and healthy childhood, thereby laying the foundation to pursue a promising future.

Mission# 
  • To provide the necessary institutional mechanisms and financial support for the economic and social empowerment of women.
  • To prioritise women and child health, through effective implementation of the ICDS scheme and effective co-ordination with associated departments
  • To enable empowerment of women through awareness generation, education, access to credit, enforcement of legislations, greater emphasis on education, skill development, MICRO capacity building and income generating activities so as to enable women to enhance their earning capacity and economic status.
  • To implement central and state government programmes and schemes to guarantee the rights of children’ including their survival, development and full participation in social, cultural, educational and other endeavours for their individual growth and well being.
  • To assist women who are victims of atrocities and in difficult circumstances, to ensure effective enforcement and implementation of the various central and state legislations and Acts to safeguard the rights of women and children and to achieve equality and justice in society
  • To promote and assist the voluntary and non-government sector to participate and contribute significantly in implementation of policies and programmes for women and children.

Purpose of Citizens Charter

The basic objective of this citizen’s charter is to educate and empower the citizens in relation to the public service delivery rendered by the Directorate of Women and Child Development. This document declares the intention and the commitment of DWCD for providing quality care and efficient services, taking into account the requirements and expectations of women and children while also maintaining standards of services. The citizen’s charter is a document that

  • Communicates the services, programs and schemes for women and children implemented by the Directorate
  • Specifies what standards can be expected from the services
  • Provides details on the grievance redressal mechanisms
  • Increases transparency of norms, processes and procedures operating in the Directorate
  • Provides details on the individual and institutional responsibility for services being rendered
  • Indicates the conditions the public need to fulfil in order to avail the services
  • Serves as a resource directory providing information on the services, finance and budgets, procedures, personnel and contact persons from head office to the field level, responcible for implementing the charter and providing quality service to the women and children of the state.
I

Organization Structure of the Directorate 

A. Administrative set up at Head office:

 The Directorate is headed by the Director, an IAS Officer, who is assisted by the Joint Directors in the four sections in the Directorate (Administration, Integrated Child Development Services, Programme Development and Monitoring Cell / Child Welfare, and Stree Shakti / Women Welfare Programmes). The table below provides the details of the Directorate at the Head Office. The organogram is shown in the appendix:

 

Details of  sections at the Directorate 

Sections

ICDS

Programme Development and Monitoring (PDM) / Child Welfare

Stree Shakti/ Women Welfare

Admin

Schemes implemented

ICDS

Kishori shakti Yojana

Nutrition Prog. For Adolescent girls

Bhagyalakshmi

Child Tracking System

Ujjawala

Scheme for the welfare of working children in need of care and protection

Prevention of trafficking in women and children

Prohibition of  Child Marriage Act, 2006

Integrated Programme for Street Children

Integrated Child Protection Scheme

Child Line

Adoption and Scheme of assistance to Homes (Shishugruhas for children to promote in country adoption)

Scheme for the welfare of children in need of care and protection

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 & Amendment Act, 2006

Immoral Traffic (Prevention), 1956

Probation of Offenders Act, 1958

Orphanages and Charitable Homes (Supervision & Control) Act,  1960

 

Stree Shakti

Santhwana

Swadhar

Financial Assistance to Women Law Graduates

Hostel for Rural Girls

Attendance Scholarship for rural girls

Hostel for Working Women

Short Stay Homes

Assistance to voluntary organisations for crèches for children of working mothers

Scheme of Assistance for prevention of alcoholism and substance (Drug) abuse  

Special cell for eradication of Social evils

Karnataka Mahila Abhivruddhi Yojana

Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961

Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act,1986

 

Other activities & programmes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

National Award for Child Welfare

National Award for exceptional achievement

Rajiv Gandhi Manava Seva Award

Hoysala Keladi Chennamma Bravery Awards

Scheme of Financial assistance for the education of Bravery awardees and Children’s Day celebrations

Awards to Best Stree Shakthi Groups

Smt. Yashodharamma Dasappa Award

Kittur Rani Channamma Awards

 

Headed by

JD (ICDS)

JD (PDM)

Project Director (Stree Shakti)

JD (Admin)

No. of Officers

Deputy Director- 1

Assistant Directors- 3

Programme officer - 1

Deputy Directors – 3

Assistant Directors - 3

Research Officers - 2

Field Officer – 1

Deputy Project Director -1

Deputy Director-1

Assistant Director-2

Project Officers -2

Assistant Project Officer - 1

Superintendent-4

Asst. Director(Admn)-1

Accounts Officer

Office Manager

No. of other employees

18

25

24

 

B. Administrative set up at the District level

The implementation of the district sector schemes is entrusted to Zilla Panchayats through the Deputy Director at the district level in each district, who is assisted by an Assistant Director, a Programme Officer and ministerial staff. The state sector schemes are implemented directly through the Deputy Directors of the districts.

C. Administrative set up at the Taluk level

At the Taluk level, the Child Development Project Officer is in charge of implementation of the ICDS scheme and other programmes of the Department and is assisted by the Assistant Child Development Project Officer, Supervisors and other supporting staff of the ICDS Projects.

Institutional Infrastructure

The table below highlights the general information on institutions of the Directorate.

Institutions

No of Districts covered

No of centres

Anganwadi Centres

29

60046 + 3331 mini centre

Anganwadi Training Centres

20

20

After care homes for men

2

3

Children’s home for boys

22

26

Children’s home for girls

15

18

Destitute Cottages

29

329

De-addiction Centres

20

30

Girls Hostels – pre-matric

17

24

Girls Hostels – Post Matric

14

18

NGOs running

a) Creches for children of working mothers

b) Ujjawala

c) Street Children Programme

d) Programme for Welfare of Working Children in need of care and protection


26

18

5

9


273

26

5

13

Observation Homes

29

29

Reception Centres

4

4

Shishu Gruha

3

4

State homes for women

8

8

Santwana Centres

29

130

Special Homes

2

2

Short Stay Homes

19

32

Swadhar Centres

19

31

Service Providers under Domestic Violence Act

26

116

Working Women Hostels

22

66

 


Services of DWCD for various categories of beneficiaries - Services for women : All Women

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Medicine Kit

ICDS

Rs 600/- worth medicine kit per AWC (Rs 300 for mini AWC) to procure 10 essential medicines as prescribed by GoI containing basic medicines for cough, fever, cold, injuries etc for the emergency use of ICDS beneficiaries

All Women within AWC jurisdiction

AWC

AWW

Savings, Loans and Micro-finance training

Stree Shakti

The government contributes Rs. 5,000/- as revolving fund to add to the corpus of each SHG, which is used for taking up income generating activities.

Formation of SHG groups to be co-ordinated by AWW

All Women within AWC jurisdiction

AWC

AWW, Supervisor & CDPO




Pregnant Women

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Supplementary Nutrition Programme (SNP)

ICDS

Food supplementation to pregnant women as per norm Take home rations provided twice a month

- Rs. 5 per beneficiary per day

- 600 calories per beneficiary per day

- 18-20 grams of proteins per beneficiary per day

IFA tablets course to be distributed to all Pregnant Women

Counselling with regard to certain key services such as ante-natal care, iron-folic acid supplementation and improved care during pregnancy, timely Immunisation etc.

For Pregnant Women SNP is given as Take-home ration

Pregnant Women enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW, Supervisor & CDPO

ANM, LHV

Immunisation

ICDS

Tetanus Toxoid (TT) is given to Pregnant Women as per following schedule

1st dose – as early as possible after pregnancy

2nd dose – one month after 1st dose

Booster dose- in subsequent pregnancy, if TT vaccine has been taken within last 3 years

Pregnant Women enrolled in AWC

AWC

ANM, LHV & MO

Health Check-up

ICDS

Ante-natal pregnant women check-up is done by ANM at home of pregnant woman. For ante-natal care, it is envisaged that for every pregnant woman

- 3 antenatal check-ups during pregnancy where complete physical examination is done

- IFA supplementation ( 100 IFA tablets are given, one to be eaten for 100 days)

- Mother-Child Health card is given to beneficiary to record ante-natal care provided

- Information on care, diet and rest during pregnancy and care of the new born is given

Pregnant Women enrolled in AWC

Home visit by ANM

ANM, LHV & MO

Nutrition and Health Education

ICDS

Two Mothers’ Meeting to be conducted in a month by AWW in the afternoon

A minimum of one health education camp/ meeting held by the health department per village per month in the afternoon

Home visits by AWW

Pregnant Women enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW, Supervisor & CDPO

Health & Referral Services

ICDS

To provide health services to women in need of special medical care, referral slips are provided in each Anganwadi Centre to PHC or CHC.

Beneficiaries with referral slips are to be attended to on priority at health centre

Follow up action to be done by AWW

Pregnant Women enrolled in AWC

AWC - PHC

AWW, ANM


Nursing Mothers

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Supplementary Nutrition Programme (SNP)

ICDS

Food supplementation to lactating mothers as per norm Take home ration provided twice a month

- Rs. 5 per beneficiary per day

- 600 calories per beneficiary per day

- 18-20 grams of proteins per beneficiary per day

Counselling with regard to certain key services such as ante-natal care, iron-folic acid supplementation and improved care during pregnancy, timely Immunisation etc.

For Nursing mothers SNP is given as Take-home ration

Nursing Mothers enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW, Supervisor & CDPO

ANM, LHV

Health Check-up

ICDS

For post-natal care,

- Each lactating mother is visited at least twice by health staff within the first 10 days of delivery

-A record is kept of the birth date and weight of the child on the growth chart

- Individual family records are suitably updated

- The lactating mother is registered for supplementary nutrition programme at the AWC

- The lactating mother is provided information on family planning methods

Nursing Mothers enrolled in AWC

Home visit by ANM

ANM, LHV & MO

Nutrition and Health Education

ICDS

Two Mothers’ Meeting to be conducted in a month by AWW in the afternoon

A minimum of one health education camps/ meetings held by the health department per village per month in the afternoon

Home visits by AWW

Nursing Mothers enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW, Supervisor & CDPO

Health &

Referral

Services

ICDS

To provide health services to women in need of special medical care, referral slips are to be provided in each Anganwadi Centre to PHC or CHC.

Beneficiaries with referral slips are to be attended to on priority at health centre

Follow up action to be done by AWW

Nursing Mothers enrolled in AWC

AWC - PHC

AWW, ANM



Services for Women - Working Women

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Support for legal education

Financial assistance to Women Law Graduates

Rs.1000/- p.m. is given for a period of 4 years.

In addition to this, Rs. 500/- is given for purchase of essential books pertaining to law and Rs.460/- is given to register their names in bar council.

Women law graduates whose income does not exceed Rs 40,000 p.a

District Office

Deputy Director

Working Women’s Hostels

Scheme of Assistance for construction/ expansion of hostel building for Working Women (GOI)

Assistance will be given to registered voluntary organizations for

a) 50% of the cost of land ,75% of the cost of construction of building by GoI and 12.5% by GoK

or

c) 50% of the cost for purchase of ready constructed building

Income of working women should not exceed Rs. 16,000/- p.m. in A-Class cities and Rs.15,000/- p.m. in other places

Women should leave the hostel within a period of 6 months of crossing this income ceiling

15% of seats for SC and 7.5% for ST in the hostel are reserved

District Office

Deputy Director

 


 

Women in Distress

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Legal assistance, temporary shelter, financial relief, training and rehabilitation for women who are victims of various atrocities

Santhwana

Santhwana centres run through NGO’s and each is provided with a toll free number 1091

Financial help ranging from Rs. 2000/- to a maximum of Rs. 10,000/-

Women who are victims of various atrocities such as dowry, rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence etc

Santhwana centres

DD/AD (W&CWO)

Legal assistance, temporary shelter, financial relief, training and rehabilitation for women who are victims of various atrocities

Swadhar (GOI)

Assistance is given to NGOs as per following rules

1. Partial assistance for purchase of land for setting up a centre

2. 75% assistance for construction of building for the centre

3. 100% assistance for:- a) building rent for the centre; b) administration and management; c) other recurring expenditure; d) other non-recurring expenditure and e) Help line for women in distress

Marginalized women/girls living in difficult circumstances

Swadhar Centres

DD/AD (W&CWO)

Temporary shelter Skill training, counseling for women & girls who have no social support system

Short Stay Homes for Women and Girls (GOI)

Assistance is given to NGOs as per following norms

Recurring grant of Rs. 4.00 lakhs will be released in two instalments.

Non-recurring grant will be sanctioned only once at the time of starting a new short stay home

 

Women and girls who have no social support systems to rely on

Short Stay Homes



DD/AD (W&CWO)

Financial assistance for widows and devadasis

Scheme of financial assistance for Remarriage of Destitute Widows and Marriage of Devadasis

Rs. 10,000/- is being given for the remarriage of destitute widows.

Rs.10,000 is given to a couple where the bride is a Devadasi

Currently in Shimoga District

Destitute widow /Devadasi women should be between 18 and 35 years

Domicile of Karnataka for more than 5 years for Destitute women and 2 years for Devadasi women

Annual income should be as per the IRDP norms for Destitute women

Permanent source of income of not less than Rs.500/- per month for Devadasi women

District Office

Deputy Director

Information dissemination for eradication of social evils

Special Cell for Eradication of Social Evils

Awareness programmes are conducted in the districts in co-ordination with NGOs

Women victims of various atrocities such as dowry, child marriages, devadasi system, drug addiction and atrocities on women

State Head office

DD, Women Welfare

Protection for women from domestic violence

Implementation of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2006

Deputy Directors of DWCD and Child Development Project Officers of ICDS appointed as Protection Officers (PO)

Free Legal Aid Centres in the office of CDPO in all taluks in association with Karnataka Legal Services Authority. In these centres, experienced advocates provide legal assistance on every Wednesday and Saturday

To provide shelter and counselling to women who are victims of domestic violence, 31 Swadhar Centres, 32 Short Stay Homes and 68 Santhwana Centres notified as Shelter Homes in the state

116 NGOs notified as Service Providers to provide legal, medical, z pack and other aid and to protect the interest of women who are victims of domestic violence

Women who are victims of domestic violence

District lt;/p>

Taluk

DD

CDPO/PO

Training and rehabilitation for victims of trafficking

Reception Centres and State Homes under Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956

Training programmes like tailoring, beautician course, Mehendi applications, embroidery, jean making, readymade garments, traffic police, kitchen gardening and computer skills are under taken with NGO assistance Financial assistance upto Rs.10,000 per women is given for individual training.

Women in distress

Reception Centres and State Homes

Superintendent

Skill development assistance in care homes

Skill Development of inmates of Care Homes

Each person is eligible for only two training programmes in a year. In addition to this they can attend the group training programme. Financial assistance of Rs. 10,000/- per inmate is given for individual training. Children who have passed SSLC can undertake diploma courses in ITI

Women in Distress

All Care Homes

Superintendent

Prevention of Trafficking of women and children

Ujjawala scheme for Prevention of Trafficking and Rescue, Rehabilitation and Re-integration of

Victims of Traffcking for Commercial Sexual Exploitation

To prevent trafficking of women and children for various purposes including commercial sexual exploitation through social mobilization and involvement of local communities, awareness generation programmes, generate public discourse through workshops/seminars and such events and any other innovative activity’

To facilitate rescue of victims from the place of their exploitation and place them in safe custody. 

To provide rehabilitation services both immediate and long-term to the victims by providing basic amenities/needs such as shelter, food, clothing, medical treatment including counselling, legal aid, guidance and vocational training

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District

DD /CDPO

 

 



Services for Women - Adolescent Girls

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Support for improvement of nutritional, educational and health status of adolescent girls

Kishori Shakti Yojana

Training for five days at the beginning of the programme.

Supplementary nutrition with per day allocation of Rs. 5 per day per for 2 beneficiary within in the AWC limits

Health check up during visit of MO to the AWC

Nutrition and Health Education

Adolescent Girls enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW

Support for improvement of nutritional, status of adolescent girls

Nutrition programme for adolescent girls

Special nutrtion is provided to undernourished adolescent girls from BPL families. 6 kgs of rice is distributed every month through fair price shops

Adolescent girls who weigh less than 35 kg enrolled in AWC

AWC

AWW

Financial Assistance to run hostels for girls from rural areas

Financial Assistance to run hostels for girls from rural areas

Maintenance grant of Rs.500/-p.m. per boarder and expenses towards salary of staff, rent, contingencies etc.

Documentation

Caste Certificate issued by Revenue Department

Family Income Certificate should not exceed Rs. 10,000/-

Those enrolled to the Hostel should not receive stipend other than the merit scholarship

Study certificate obtained from the concerned schools and colleges

Girl students residing in rural areas, whose family income is less than Rs. 10,000 p.a

Studying from 6th Std. in institutions recognized by Govt. of Karnataka

District/ Taluk

W&CDO/

CDPO

Protection

Of girls

From

child marriages.

Implementation

of Prohibition

of Child

Marriage Act,

2006

The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.10.2007 and the State Rules were notified on 6.2.2008. An act to provide for the prohibition of solemisation of child marriages and for matters concerned therewith. Create awareness among the general public on hamful effects of child marriage, provisons under the act and regarding punishments through folkart, street plays, `songs, kalajathas etc;

Girls below 18 years of age and boys below 21 years

Taluk

DDs/CDPO/ Child Marriage Prohibition officer

Prevention

of trafficking

in women

and children

Scheme

for Prevention

of Trafficking

of women

and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at district, taluk and gram panchayath level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitize the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among the members at taluk and gram panchayath level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public.

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District

DD / CDPO

Registration

of marriages

Implementation of Karnataka Marriage (Regulation and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1976

Karnataka Marriage ( Registration and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act,1976 was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.4.2004 to provide for registrations of marriages and certin other matters concerned therewith. The State rules were notified on 18.4.2006.The Inspector General of Registration and Commissioner of stamps is notified as Chief Marriage Regisration officer. The Sub-Registrars of the Stamps and Registration Department and Village Accountants of the Revenue Departments have been notified as Marriage Registration officers in thrir respective jurisdiction.

Men and Women

Taluq

DD/CDPO


Services for Children -  New Born Child (0-6 months)

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Weighing

and preparation

/ updation

growth chart

ICDS

Children below 3 years are to be weighed once a month and growth chart is to be updated. Counselling is done if required

Growth chart prepared/ updated in growth chart register at AWC for child

Growth chart prepared/ updated in Mother-Child Health card

New Born Child

(0-6 months)

identified as

ICDS beneficiary

Medical/ Home Visit by ANM/ AWC

AWW/ ANM

Immunisation

ICDS

Immunisation given as per schedule

BCG – at birth

DPT HBV – 1 ½ /2 ½ /3 ½ months

OPV (Polio drops) – 1 ½ /2 ½ /3 ½

Mother & Child Protection Card updated

New Born Child (0-6 months) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC/ Sub-Centre

AWW/ ANM

Health Check up

ICDS

Home visit by ANM/ AWW for general health check-up - visit at least twice by health staff within the first 10 days of delivery

Mother advised to feed the child only with Mother’s milk for first six months

New Born Child (0-6 months) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC/ ANM Home visit

AWW/ ANM

Health Referral Services

ICDS

To provide health services to children in need of special medical care or emergency - Referral Slips are to be provided in each Anganwadi Centre to PHC or CHC.

Beneficiaries with referral slips are to be attended to on priority at health centre

Follow up action to be done by AWW

New Born Child (0-6 months) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC/ PHC/ CHC

AWW/ Medical Officer

Early Detection of Disability

ICDS

Check-up done to detect any type of disability and monitor development.

Refer to PHC for further diagnosis and treatment.

Providing special attention to ‘at risk’ children

New Born Child (0-6 months) identified as ICDS beneficiary

PHC/ AWC/ Home visit

Medical Officer

Severely Malnourished Child

ICDS

Rs. 750/- is provided to severely malnourished children to meet the medical expenses towards nutrition and medicines etc. in order to improve their health

New Born Child (0-6 months) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

AWW


Services for Children - Infant (6 months - 3 years)

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Weighing and preparation / updation growth chart

ICDS

Children below 3 years are to be weighed once a month and growth chart is to be updated. Counselling is done if required

Growth chart prepared/ updated in growth chart register at AWC for child

Growth chart prepared/ updated in Mother-Child Health card

Infant (6 month- 3 years) identified as ICDS beneficiary

Medical/ Home visit by ANM/ AWC

AWW/ ANM

Supplementary Nutrition Programme

ICDS

To promote nutritional status of children, SNP provision is made for 300 days in a year for all children as per the following norms

Rs. 4 per beneficiary per day (Rs. 6.00 for severely malnourished)

500 calories per beneficiary per day (800 cal for severely malnourished)

12-15 grams of proteins per beneficiary per day (20-25g for severely malnourished)

Take home rations (Energy Rich Food) distributed twice a month for all 6 months to 3 year olds

For 6mths – 3years Amylase Rich Energy food (AREF) prepared by M/S. Christy Fried Gram Industries is supplied.

Infant (6 month- 3 years) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC supplied once in a month to be consumed at home

AWW/ Supervisor/ CDPO

Immunisation

ICDS

Immunisation given as per schedule

DPT –18 months-2 ½ years

OPV (Polio drops) –16-24 months

Measles – 9.5 months

Administration of Vitamin A dose

Mother & Child Protection Card updated

Infant (6 month- 3 years) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC/ Sub-Centre

AWW/ ANM

Health Check up

ICDS

Visit to AWC by MO once every quarter for general health check-up of all beneficiaries

Infant (6 month- 3 years) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

Medical Officer

Severely Malnourished Child

ICDS

Rs. 750/- is provided to severely malnourished children to meet the medical expenses towards nutrition and medicines etc. in order to improve their health

Infant (6 month- 3 years) identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

AWW.


Services for Children - Children ( 3-6 Years)

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Weighing and preparation / updation growth chart

ICDS

Children between 3 and 6 years are to be weighed once a quarter and growth chart is to be updated. Counselling is done if required

Growth chart prepared/ updated in growth chart register at AWC for child

Growth chart prepared/ updated in Mother-Child Health card

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

Home visit by ANM/ AWC

AWW/ ANM

Supplementary Nutrition Programme

ICDS

To promote nutritional status of children, SNP provision is made for 300 days in a year for all children as per the following norms

Rs. 4 per beneficiary per day (Rs. 6.00 for severely malnourished)

500 calories per beneficiary per day (800 cal for severely malnourished)

12-15 grams of proteins per beneficiary per day (20-25g for severely malnourished)

Hot Cooked food is to be served to 3-6 yr olds twice a day at 10 AM and 1 PM

For 3 – 6years Amylase Rich Energy food (AREF) is given for 2 days and rice based local food for 4 days.

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

AWW/ Supervisor/ CDPO

Immunisation

ICDS

Immunisation given as per schedule - DT – 5 years

Administration of Vitamin A dose

Mother & Child Protection Card updated

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC/ Sub-Centre

AWW/ ANM

Health Check up

ICDS

Visit to AWC by MO once every quarter for general health check-up of all beneficiaries

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

Medical Officer

Assistance to severely malnourished child

ICDS

Rs. 750/- per year is provided to severely malnourished children to meet the medical expenses towards nutrition and medicines etc. in order to improve their health

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

AWW

Pre-school Education

ICDS

To lay foundation for physical, social and psychological development, non-formal, pre-school education is provided by the AWW at the AWC.

Schedule of delivery of PSE is to be in line with syllabus of Chili-Pili booklets

Weekly timetable (for the entire year – 44 weeks) covering different topics prepared by department and Anganwadi Worker (AWW) must follow the timetable

PSE is to be conducted for about 2 hours every working day at the AWC

Annual grant of Rs. 1000 per AWC for purchase of Pre-School Education kits / material

3-6 year old Children identified as ICDS beneficiary

AWC

AWW



Services for Children - Girl Child

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Insurance, scholarships and lump sum payment to girl children born after 31st March 2006

Bhagyalakshmi

An amount of Rs. 19,300/- will be deposited with the financial institution in the name of the first girl beneficiary and Rs. 18,350/- in the name of the second girl beneficiary of the same family.

On attainment of 18 years of age, the first girl beneficiary of the family who fulfils the conditions of the scheme will get a maturity amount of Rs. 1,00,097/- and the second girl beneficiary will get Rs. 1,00,052/-.

The beneficiaries who are desirous to continue higher education after passing SSLC and have attained 15 years are eligible to pledge the bond and avail loan up to a maximum of Rs. 50,000/- from Nationalised banks.

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Documents required to be submitted

Birth Certificate

BPL Card/Income Certificate

Copy of Immunization Card

Photograph of the child with the parents

Domicile Certificate issued by Grama Panchayat

Two girl children born after 31.03.2006 in BPL families

Father or mother of the girl beneficiary has undergone terminal family planning methods

AWC

AWW, Supervisor, CDPO

Scholarships

Attendance Scholarship

for girls

from

Rural areas

Girl child who hails from educationally backward districts with a minimum 80% attendance in previous class and successful completion of examination

She must be a resident of a village with a population of less than 20,000

Family income must be as per IRDP norms

Girl children from educationally backward districts

District

Deputy Director

 

Hostels

for girls

Financial assistaznce

to run

hostels for

girls from

rural areas

Admissions to hostels are available for students residing in rural areas whose family income is less than Rs.10,000/- p.a. and are studying in pre--matric and post-matric classes.

Maintenance grant of Rs. 500/- p.m. per girl student and expenses towards salary of staff, rent, contingencies etc. is met

Hostel students

District

Deputy Director

Prevention

of trafficking of women and children

Scheme for the Prevention of trafficking of women and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at district, taluk and gram panchayath level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitize the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among the members at taluk and gram panchayath level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public.

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District & Taluk

DD /CDPO


Services for Children - All Children

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Health Referral Services

ICDS

To provide health services to women in need of special medical care, Referral Slips are to be provided in each Anganwadi Centre to PHC or CHC.

Beneficiaries with referral slips are to be attended to on priority at health centre

Follow up action to be done by AWW

Children identified as ICDS beneficiaries

AWC - PHC

AWW, ANM

Medicine Kit

ICDS

Rs 600/- worth medicine kit per AWC (Rs 300 for mini AWC) to procure 10 essential medicines as prescribed by GoI containing basic medicines for cough, fever, cold, injuries etc for the emergency use of ICDS beneficiaries

Children identified as ICDS beneficiaries

AWC

AWW

Scholarship for bravery awardees and Children’s day celebrations

Hoysala and Keladi Chennamma award

Bravery awards to children in the age group of 6-15 years who have shown exemplary courage in saving the life of others. Two boys from each district are identified under Hoysala Award and two girls are identified under Keladi Chennamma Award.Cash prize of Rs. 10000/ and citation will be given to each awardee in addition scholarship Rs 2000/ will be given every year till they complete their school education.

Children in the age group of 6-15 years who fulfil

District

DD

Prevention of trafficking of women and children

Scheme for the Prevention of trafficking of women and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at district, taluk and gram panchayath level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitize the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among the members at taluk and gram panchayath level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public.

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District & Taluk

DD /CDPO

 


 

Abandoned and Destitute Children / Children in Distress

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

24 hour toll free Helpline for Children

Child line (GOI)

Childline is e 24 hour toll free phone emergency outreach service for children in need of care and protection.

It can be accessed by any child or adult on behalf of any child to avail the service in emergency situations by dialling 1098.

Childline services are provided through identified NGO’s and functioning in Bangalore, Mangalore and Gulbarga, Bidar, Shimoga, Davanagere, Mysore, Tumkur

Children in distress

District

DD / WWO

Assistance to NGO’s running destitute cottages

Scheme for welfare of children in need of care and protection

Financial assistance is given to registered voluntary organisationsworking in the field of child welfare to run a destitute cottage for children in need of care and.maintenance for a unit of 25 children.

NGO is eligible for maintenance grant @ Rs.400/-p.m. per child (including the salary of staff) and rent @ Rs.50/- p.m. per child

Orphan children and children of single parents

Destitute Cottages

DD / WWO/ NGO

Fit institutions .

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

Voluntary organisations are provided grants at the rate of Rs.500/- per child per month towards maintenance

37 fit institutions are functioning, 10 fit institutions are provided with financial assistance

Children in need of care and protection

Fit Institutions

Deputy Director, Women Welfare Officer,Superintendent. CWC,

 


 

Orphan Children / Children for Adoption 

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

 

  

  

 

 

 

Regulation and assistance to promote in-country adoption of children

Scheme of assistance to homes (Shishugrehas) for children to pomote in-country Adoption (GOsI)

Regulate and promote incountry adoption, and prevent illegal adoption

of children 

4 Units of Shishu Gruhas are functioning in government run institutions in the state.

a) Shishumandirs, Bangalore – 2 units

b) Children’s Home for Girls, Hubli – 1unit

c) Children’s Home for Girls, Gulbarga – 1 unit

Infants and children up to 6 years of age who are either abandoned or orphaned/destitute

Head Office

Joint Director, PDM

Assistant Director, Adoption

Non institutional support for children

Sponsorship programme for placing children in families

To enable parents to bring up children in family environment

1. Supplement the resources of the child coming under the purview of the Act.

2. Finance his/her education, vocational training, health care etc.

3. Provide supplementary support to the family

4. Provide sponsorship for children based on their needs when they are discharged from homes

Children of families below poverty line

CWC

DD/ WWO Superintendent of Institutions

 Fit institutions .

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

Voluntary organisations are provided grants at the rate of Rs.500/- per child per month towards maintenance

37 fit institutions are functioning, 10 fit institutions are provided with financial assistance

Children in need of care and protection

Fit Institutions

Deputy Director, Women Welfare Officer,Superintendent. CWC,


 Children in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection - (Children up to 18 Years)

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Support for children in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection

Implementa tion of the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

Children are provided with accomadation, food, clothing, education,skill development training, medical facilities, counselling, recreational facilities etc. 8 Observation Homes , 17 Children homes for girls, and 26 Children homes for boys.

2 homes for mentally retarded boys and 2 homes for mentally retarded girls and 1 Shishu Mandir are functioning in the state

Children in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection

 Observation Homes/Children Homes/Homes for Mentally Retarded Children

DD/WCDO at District Level 

CWCs , JJBs, Superintendents of Observation Homes, Children homes

Observation Homes

 Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Axt, 2006

 
Children are provided with accommodation, food, clothing, nonformal education, skill development training, medical facilities, counselling, recreational facilities etc.

29 Observation Homes have been sanctioned in the state.

8 Observation Homes are functioning at Bangalore (U), Dharwad, Gulbarga, Mysore, Shimoga, Bellary, Bijapur and Mangalore.

Remaining 21 homes are yet to be started

Children in conflict with law

Observation Homes

Deputy Director, Women Welfare Officer, Superintendent. JJBs,

Children Homes

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

 
Children are provided with accomodation, food, clothing, education,skill development training, medical facilities, counselling, recreational facilities etc.

 

Children in need of care and protection

Children’ Homes

Deputy Director, Women Welfare Officer, Superintendent. CWC,

 Fit institutions .

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

Voluntary organisations are provided grants at the rate of Rs.500/- per child per month towards maintenance

37 fit institutions are fun tioning, 10 fit institutions are provided with financial assistance

Children in need of care and protection

Fit Institutions

Deputy Director, Women Welfare Officer, Superintendent. CWC,

Special Juvenile Police Units

Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Amendment Act, 2006

Special Juvenile Police Units have been set up in three Commisionerates 19 districts and 7 zones

Children in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection

Police stations and SJPUs

Child Welfare Officers at Police stations and SJPU at dist.level and zones



Services for Community/ Others

Services

Scheme

Service Entitlement / Service Standards

Eligibility

Place

Contact Person for further details

Information dissemination to community

Scheme for combating trafficking of women and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at district, taluk and gram panchayath level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitize the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among the members at taluk and gram panchayath level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public.

Women and children who are victims of trafficking

District

DD

DD (CW)

Prevention Of Alcoholism And Substance (Drugs) Abuse

Scheme For Prevention Of Alcoholism And Substance (Drugs) Abuse (GoI)

Grants are provided to voluntary organizations by Government of India to run de-addiction centres wherein counselling, treatment and rehabilitation facilities are provided. Financial assistance to the extent of 90% of the approved expenditure is sanctioned.

 

District

DD

After Care homes for men

After Care homes for men

 After care homes for men admit children discharged from Children's Homes for boys to pursue their education in Colleges, ITIs, Polytechnics

Children discharged from Children's Homes who are totally orphans even after completing 18 years of age

After Care home

Superintendent


Programmes and Schemes implemented 

The programmes of the Directorate are broadly classified into three categories:

I. Programmes for Women’s Welfare and Development

II. Programmes for Child Welfare and Development

III. Social Defence Programmes

 


Programmes for Women’s Welfare and Development

Scheme / Component

Brief Description

Eligibility / Target Beneficiary

ICDS – Supplementary Nutrition Programme

The Supplementary Nutrition Programme aims to provide supplementary feeding and growth monitoring, preventive action against iron deficiency and control of nutritional anaemia to the beneficiary group which includes pregnant women and lactating mothers. The programme provides supplementary feeding for pregnant women and nursing mothers in order to bridge the nutrition gap between the recommended dietary allowance and actual dietary intake in the beneficiaries. The beneficiaries are supplied with take home rations (fortified food) which can be collected from the Anganwadi centre once a month on an allocated day.

Pregnant and Lactating women

ICDS – Nutrition and Health Education

Under the ICDS programme, the Nutrition and Health Education (NHE) service is aimed to build capacity of mothers and community to better meet the health and nutrition needs of children, pregnant and lactating mothers within the family environment. The key target audience for NHE is all women aged between 15 and 49 in the AWC jurisdiction.

NHE sessions are imparted by using different methods that include regular Mothers meetings, health education camps / meetings and village health days held by the health department, use of mass media and other forms of publicity, demonstration of healthy locally available food ingredients / cooking different low cost recipes, special campaigns, short term courses on nutrition and cooking for women and adolescent girls by mobile vans of community food and nutrition extension units and home visits by the Anganwadi workers. Such education in areas of health, nutrition, development needs for children and family helps to promote antenatal care, maternal and child health, enhance child survival and development.

Mothers and community women aged between 15 and 49

ICDS – Health Referral

Under the ICDS scheme, the Anganwadi Worker is expected to refer children and women who need immediate medical care to the nearest Sub-centre, PHC or CHC using a prescribed Referral Slip. Referral Services include provision of immediate medical care according to the seriousness of disease as well as follow-up care of treated cases. The health department will provide transportation facilities for the patients in case it is not available or the family is not able to afford it

All Women

ICDS – Immunisation

Immunisation is one of the health related services provided through ICDS. This service is delivered in coordination with Health and Family Welfare as part of the Reproductive Child Health (RCH) Programme. Under this service, pregnant women are given 2 doses of Tetanus Toxoid (TT).

For conducting immunisation under ICDS, the beneficiaries are registered by the Anganwadi worker/Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) and administered the immunisation doses as per schedule.

Pregnant women

ICDS – Health Check-up

Regular health check ups are conducted by the Officer in-charge of the PHC once every quarter and by the ANM in-charge of the Sub-centre each month for all pregnant and lactating women under the RCH programme of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GoI. The check-ups are conducted at the Anganwadi centre (AWC) This service covers ante-natal care of expectant mothers and post-natal care for nursing mothers.

Under ante-natal services, the beneficiaries are entitled to three check ups, which include a complete physical examination, and are provided with IFA supplement tablets for 100 days. Their records are maintained in Mother-Child cards and they are also given information on diet, rest and other aspects regarding pregnancy.

Under post-natal services, nursing mothers are visited twice by health staff within 10 days of giving birth. Records of the child and family are kept and children at risk are referred to health officials. The lactating mother is given information on family planning methods and registered to receive supplementary nutrition.

Pregnant and nursing women

Stree Shakti

The programme is designed to provide special impetus to the economic and social empowerment of rural women in the State through the formation of self help groups (SHGs). It aims to make them self reliant through the habit of savings and proper utilisation of financial resources.

About 15 to 20 women join together to form one Self Help Group (SHG). The SHGs conduct regular meetings and pool their savings. The Government also provides funding to each group. The SHG members are given training on various aspects such as gender issues, leadership qualities, communication skills, book keeping, credit management and social issues. They are encouraged to take up income generating activities utilising their savings and training and through getting bank loans and provide opportunities to get the benefit of the Development work of various Department.

Rural Women belong to BPL families, landless agricultural labourers, SC/ST’s

Kishori Shakti Yojana

Kishori Shakti Yojana (KSY) seeks to empower adolescent girls, so as to enable them to take charge of their lives. The broad objectives of the scheme are to improve the nutritional, health and development status of adolescent girls, promote awareness of health, hygiene, nutrition and family care, link them to opportunities for learning life skills, going back to school, help them gain a better understanding of their social environment and take initiatives to become productive members of the society.

Under this programme, every year 180 adolescent girls will be provided 5 days residential training and 2 adolescent in each Anganwadi centre will be given supplementary nutritious food for 6 months

Adolescent girls (from a BPL family, uneducated or school dropout, anaemic)

Nutrition programme for adolescent girls (NPAG)

Nutrition programme for adolescent girls (NPAG) is a Government of India scheme through which special nutrition is provided to undernourished adolescent girls. Adolescent girls who weigh below 30 kgs, in the age group of 11-15 years and 35 kgs in the age group of 16-19 years are identified and 6 kgs of rice is distributed every month through fair price shops to identified card holders. It is currently running on a pilot basis in three districts – Kolar, Chikballapur and Gulbarga

Adolescent girls are less than 30 Kgs in 11 to 15 age group and less than 35 Kgs in the 16 to 19 age group

Santhwana

This scheme was launched to provide legal assistance, temporary shelter, financial relief, training and rehabilitation to women who are victims of various atrocities such as dowry, rape, sexual harassment, domestic violence etc. Santhwana centres are run through NGO’s and each centre is provided with a toll free number 1091. The help line receives calls from women in distress round the clock. Facilities and rehabilitative services are provided to such women as per the recommendations of the District Level Committee depending on the merits of the case. If the woman is in immediate need of financial help an amount ranging from Rs. 2000/- to a maximum of Rs. 10,000/- is sanctioned as financial relief. At present 130 Santhwana Centres are functioning in the state in 101 taluks in l 29 districts

Women who are victims of various atrocities

Karnataka Mahila Abhivruddhi Yojane

This scheme marks a conscious effort by the Government to address gender issues. It aims to ensure gender equality and to integrate women in the mainstream of development. This women component plan earmarks one third of resources for women in individual beneficiary oriented schemes and labour intensive schemes of various Government departments.

Women who are BPL

Financial Assistance to run hostels for girls from rural areas

This scheme aims to enable girls from rural areas to avail facilities for higher education. A maintenance grant of Rs.500/-p.m. per boarder and expenses towards the salary of staff, rent, contingencies, etc. are met as prescribed by the government.

At present 42 girls hostels are run by identified NGO’s, of which 24 hostels are for students studying in 6th & above classes. & 18 are post-matric hostels.

Students residing in rural areas, with family income < Rs. 10,000 p.a. and studying from 6th Std. onwards in institutions run by NGOs recognized by GoK

Special Cell For eradication of Social Evils

A Special cell is created in the directorate to create awareness regarding the practice of various social evils such as dowry, child marriage, domestic violence, atrocities on women etc. in the society. Awareness programmes are conducted in the districts in co-ordination with NGOs.

Victims of social evils and atrocities relating to women and children and also to general public, SHG members.

Financial assistance to women law graduates

Financial assistance is given to women law graduates to undergo administrative training in law. Women law graduates whose family income does not exceed Rs. 40,000/- per annum are eligible to avail the assistance. An amount of Rs. 1,000/- month is given for a period of 4 years. In addition to this, Rs 500/- is given for purchase of essential books pertaining to law and Rs. 460/- is given to register their names in the bar council.

Women law graduates whose family income does not exceed Rs. 40,000/- per annum

Scheme Of Assistance For the Construction/ Expansion Of Hostel Building For Working Women (GoI)

The objective of this scheme is to provide cheap and safe hostel accommodation to working women living out of their homes and to provide accommodation to women being trained for employment and girl students studying in professional courses, provided the training period does not exceed one year. The Government of India provides financial assistance to the extent of 75% of the estimated cost for the construction/expansion of the hostel for working women run by registered voluntary organisations working for the welfare of women and the state Government provides 12.5% of the estimated cost and the remaining 12.5% of the total construction costs is borne by the organization.

76 Working Women's Hostels have been sanctioned for providing accommodation to 2342 women, 66 hostels have been constructed and 2 buildings are under construction.

Working women living away from homes. Income should not exceed Rs. 16,000/- p.m. in A-Class cities and Rs.15,000/- p.m. in other places

Short Stay Homes For Women And Girls (GoI)

The objective of this scheme is to provide temporary shelter and support to women and girls who have no social support systems to rely on and to rehabilitate women and girls socially and economically by provision of skill training and counselling. The services extended in these Homes include medical care, case work services, occupational therapy, education- cum- vocational training and recreational facilities.

Financial assistance is provided to institutions/organizations with experience in running Social Defence Programmes. The Government of India provides a recurring grant in two instalments, in addition to a one time non-recurring grant issued when a new short stay home is instituted. The implementation of this scheme has been transferred to the Central Social Welfare Board (CSWB), which will sanction admissible grants to homes. However, the Department of Women and Child Development would deal with all the policy matters of the scheme

Women and girls who have no social support systems to rely on or in need of rehabilitation

Scheme of Assistance for prevention of alcoholism & substance (Drug) abuse and for social defence services

The objective of this scheme is to create awareness and educate the people about the ill-effects of alcoholism and substance abuse on the individual, the family and the society at large, to evolve culture-specific models for the prevention of alcoholism and substance and the treatment and rehabilitation of addicts, to provide community based services for the identification, motivation, counselling, de-addiction, after care and rehabilitation of addicts and to promote collective initiatives and self-held endeavours among individuals and groups vulnerable to addiction or found at risk and to increase community participation.

90% grants are sanctioned by Government of India and 10% grants are borne by the organisation. GoI has sanctioned 31 de-addiction cum rehabilitation centres, of which 30 are functioning in the state.

Individual, family & society addicted to drugs are the beneficiaries

A registered voluntary organization existing for at least 3 years. It should be engaged in the field of drug eradication, treatment and rehabilitation activities for minimum of 2 years

Swadhar (GOI)

This is a Central sector scheme for providing holistic and integrated services to women in difficult circumstances such as destitute widows, women prisoners released from jail and without family support, women survivors of natural disasters; trafficked women/girls rescued from brothels or other places or victims of sexual crime, mentally challenged women who are without any support etc.

The services provided include provision for food, clothing, shelter, health care, counselling and legal support, social and economic rehabilitation through education, awareness generation and skill upgradation.

The scheme is implemented through voluntary organisations provided they have the required experience and expertise in the rehabilitation of such women. The scheme also supports a help line for women in distress, counselling centre, training centre and medical centre. Assistance is provided for purchase of land for setting up a centre, construction of buildings for the centre, building rent for the centre, administration and management and other recurring / non-recurring expenditure.

32 swadhar centres are sanctioned by Government of India, of which 31 are functioning in the State.

Women in difficult circumstances are the beneficiaries

A non-profit organisation with 3 years of experience after registration and has the requisite capabilities

 

 

 


 

Programmes for Child Welfare and Development

Scheme / Component

Brief Description

Eligibility / Target Beneficiary

ICDS – Immunisation

This service is delivered through the public health infrastructure under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare as part of the Reproductive Child Health (RCH) Programme. As part of this service, children below the age of 3 are to be administered vaccines for the protection from six killer diseases - Poliomyelitis, Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Tetanus, Tuberculosis and Measles.

Children below the age of three

ICDS – Supplementary Nutrition Programme

The Supplementary Nutrition Programme aims to provide supplementary feeding and growth monitoring, preventive action against vitamin A deficiency and control of nutritional anaemia to the beneficiary group including children below six years. The programme aims to provide supplementary feeding for 300 days in a year to children in the age group of 3-6 years at the Anganwadi Centre in order to bridge the nutrition gap between the recommended dietary allowance and actual average dietary intake in the beneficiaries. Children below the age of three (6 months – 3 years) are provided take home rations once a month.

Children below the age of six

ICDS – Non formal Pre School Education (PSE)

Preschool Education (PSE) in ICDS is a child-centred programme for 3 to 6 years old children which follows the play way activity approach using toys, play equipments etc. PSE focuses on holistic development of the child and provides a stimulating play environment for his/her physical, cognitive, and psychosocial development. The service is provided at the Anganwadi Centre.

All children between the age of 3 to 6 years

ICDS – Health &

Referral Services

Under the ICDS scheme, the Anganwadi Worker is expected to refer children and women who need immediate medical care to the nearest Sub-centre, PHC or Hospital using a prescribed Referral Slip. Referral Services include provision of immediate medical care according to the seriousness of disease as well as follow-up care of treated cases. Health Department will provide transportation facilities for the patients in case it is not available or the family is not able to afford it

Children below the age of six

ICDS – Health Check-up

Regular health check ups are conducted by the Officer in-charge of the PHC once every quarter and by the ANM in-charge of the Sub-centre each month under the RCH programme of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GoI. The check-ups are conducted at the Anganwadi centre (AWC) The service covers healthcare for children below 6 years. During the check up, special attention is provided to ‘at risk’ children and regular growth monitoring is conducted through the maintenance of growth charts for all children, to monitor the child’s development as per milestones. The universal immunisation and administration of Vitamin A dose as per schedule is also monitored.

Children below the age of six

ICDS – Medical expenses for severely malnourished children

In order to address and reduce malnutrition among children, Rs. 750/- per year is provided to each severely malnourished child to meet the medical expenses towards therapeutic nutrition and medicines etc.

Children below the age of six who are severely malnourished

Bhagyalakshmi

This scheme has been launched by the state government with an objective to promote the birth of girl children in below poverty families and to raise the status of the girl child.

Benefits under the scheme are available if the father or mother of the beneficiary girl has undergone terminal family planning methods so that the total number of children of the BPL family does not exceed three in the said family. In order to be eligible for the maturity amount, it is compulsory that the beneficiary completes 8th standard and she should not have been married off before she reaches the age of 18.

Enrolment is allowed up to one year of the birth of child on production of birth certificate. After enrolment and due verification by the department an amount of Rs. 19,300/- will be deposited with the financial institution in the name of the first girl beneficiary and Rs. 18,350/- in the name of the second girl beneficiary of the same family. On attainment of 18 years of age, the first girl beneficiary of the family who fulfils the conditions of the scheme will get a maturity amount of Rs. 1,00,097/- and the second girl beneficiary will get Rs. 1,00,052/-.

The scheme was partly modified during August 2008 and is applicable to all children born on or after 01/08/2008.

 The scheme is implemented in collaboration with the Life Insurance Corporation of India.

This scheme is restricted to 2 girl children born after 31.03.2006 in BPL families. The child should

a. Be fully immunized

b. Be enrolled in the Anganwadi centre

c. Take admission in a school recognized by the Education Department.

d. Not become a child labour

e. Not marry until the age of 18 years

Attendance Scholarship For Girls From

Rural Areas

This scheme aims to encourage girls from rural areas to pursue their education and improve their educational level and also to prevent school drop outs among rural girls and is implemented through Zilla Panchayats.

An amount of Rs.25/- p.m. for 10 months is given to girls studying in 5th to 7th standard and Rs. 50/- p.m. to girls studying in 8th to 10th standard. The scholarship is linked to a minimum of 80% attendance and successful completion of examinations.

Girls from rural areas Family income of girl must be < Rs.10,000/- p.a. She must be a resident of village with a population < 20,000

Scheme for the welfare of children In need of care and protection

This scheme aims to provide care, protection and near family atmosphere for orphan and destitute children and to provide food, clothing, shelter, education, vocational training, medical and recreational facilities. Financial assistance is given to registered voluntary organisations working in the field of child welfare for at least 3 years to run a destitute cottage for the care and maintenance of destitute children with a unit of 25 children.

Amount to the extent of 90% of the schematic pattern is sanctioned by government and the remaining 10% is borne by the organisation. The organisation is eligible for maintenance grant at the rate of Rs.400/-p.m. per child (including the salary of the staff approved in the scheme) and rent at the rate of Rs.50/- p.m. per child.

Orphan and destitute children through NGOs

Scheme Of Assistance To Voluntary Organizations for Crèches for children of Working Mothers

This scheme aims to provide day care services for children of working mothers between the age group of 0-3 years. Assistance is provided through Zilla Panchayats to Mahila Mandals and voluntary organisations to start crèches for children of working women engaged in agriculture and other occupations in rural areas. Services provided are health care, supplementary nutrition, sleeping facilities, Immunisation, play & recreation for the children.

273 crèches are currently in operation in the state

Children of working mothers between the age group of 0-3 years through NGOs

Scheme For Welfare Of Working Children In Need Of Care And Protection

Provision of opportunities including non-formal education, vocational training, etc to working children to facilitate their entry/re-entry into the mainstream of education in cases where they have either not attended any learning system or where for some reasons their education has been discontinued with a view to preventing their continued or future exploitation.

Working children, especially in projects in urban areas not already being covered by the existing schemes of Ministry of Labour (GoI), who have none or ineffective family support

Inegrated Programme for Street children

To provide integratedcommunity based noninstitutional servi cesfor the care protection and developmentof street children facing destitution, neglect abuse and exploitation. 90 % of the grant is met by GOi and 10 % by the organisation.

 

Scheme for prevention of trafficking in women and children

The objective of the scheme is to create awareness at the district, taluk and village levels regarding trafficking in women and children. Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at, district, taluk and grama panchayat level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking. In order to sensitise the committees regarding the issue of trafficking at the grass root level training programmes are conducted to create awareness among these members at taluk and grama panchayat level. Awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays etc. are organised at taluk level for the general public

Community – to generate awareness of issues related to trafficking

Ujjawala - Scheme for Prevention of Trafficking and Rescue, Rehabilitation and Re-integration of Victims of Trafficking for Commercial Sexual Exploitation (GoI)

To prevent trafficking of women and children for commercial sexual exploitation through social mobilization and involvement of local communities, awareness generation programmes, generate public discourse through workshops/seminars and such events and any other innovative activity.

To facilitate rescue of victims from the place of their exploitation and place them in safe custody.

To provide rehabilitation services both immediate and long-term to the victims by providing basic amenities/needs such as shelter, food, clothing, medical treatment including counselling, legal aid and guidance and vocational training.

Women and Child victims and vulnerable to trafficking and sexual abuse for commercial sex exploitation

Hoysala Keladi Chennamma Bravery award and Children's day celebrations

Children who have shown exemplary courage in rescuing the life of others are instituted bravery awards on the occasion of Children's day on 14th November every year. Awards are also given by the state government to institutions and individuals working in the field of child welfare

Children

Individuals and Institutions working in child welfare

 

 


Social Defence Programmes

A brief description of the major programmes and schemes for Social Defence are given below:

Scheme / Component

Brief Description

Eligibility / Target Beneficiary

Implementation of the Juvenile Justice (Care And Protection Of Children) Act, 2000 and Amendment 2006

The Central Act has come in to force with effect from 1st April 2001.

The objective of the Act is to make effective provision in law for juveniles in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection, by providing care, protection and treatment by catering to their development needs, and by adopting a child-friendly approach in the adjudication and disposition of matters in the best interest of children, for their ultimate rehabilitation through various institutions established under this Act.

Children in conflict with the law and children in need of care and protection

Observation Homes

Children in conflict with law under the purview of Indian Penal Code and other legislations are admitted in the observation homes

Children in conflict with law

Children Homes

Children's Homes are meant for the reception of children in need of care and protection during the pendency of any inquiry. Children in need of care and protection are produced before the Child Welfare Committees and admitted to these homes. The Homes provide accommodation, Food, clothing and bedding and facilities for education, recreation, training and rehabilitation.

Children in need of care and protection

Fit institutions

Voluntary organizations have been recognized as fit institutions for providing care and protection to destitute, orphaned children.

Orphaned children.

Special Juvenile Police Units

Senior Child Welfare Officers of the rank of Police Inspector are identified at the district level. One or two police officers of the rank of ASI have been identified as Child Welfare Officers in each police station to take care of children coming under the purview of the juvenile justice system

 

Implementation of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2006

Effective protection of rights of women guaranteed under the Constitution

To provide free legal aid, shelter and counselling to victims of domestic violence

Legal, medical and other aid through Karnataka Legal Services Authority and NGOs

Act has been implemented in Karnataka from June-2007

Women who are victims of domestic violence

Implementation of the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956

The salient features of the Act are punishment for keeping a brothel or allowing premises to be used as brothel, living on the earnings of prostitution, procuring a person for prostitution, for a person for immoral purpose, for prostitution in the vicinity of public place, for seducing or soliciting for prostitution and for custodial seduction

Women and children who are victims of prostitution

Reception Centres and State Homes under Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act 1956

These centres receive women and girls who are in need of care and shelter as voluntary cases and those sent by the courts under the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act for training and future rehabilitation.

There are 4 Reception Centres and 8 State homes in the State.

Women in need of care under IT(P) Act

Implementation of the Probation Of Offenders Act, 1958

The department is the nodal agency for the implementation of this central Act in the state.

Offenders are kept under probation of good conduct. There is one Probation Officer in each district who conducts enquiries in respect of cases on juvenile delinquency, cases entrusted by the Juvenile Justice Boards and Child Welfare Committees and also cases under Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act.

First time offenders below 21 years of age

After Care homes for men

The After care homes for men admit children discharged from Children's Homes for boys and are encouraged to pursue their education in Colleges, ITIs, Polytechnics

Boys transferred from Children’s homes at the age of 18

Skill Development training programme

Training is provided by reputed training centres, or in training programmes conducted in the premises of the institutions itself. Training in cycle repair, mobile repair, auto mobile repair, plumbing, bar bending, hair cutting, computer training, agarbathi and agarbathi tube making, driving, food conservation, leather bag making, beautician, tailoring, home nursing, zari work, ready made garments.

Women and children of correctional institutions

Child line – 24 hour toll free Help line for Children (GoI)

It aims to create a Child Protection network to reach every child in distress and in need of care and protection. It can be accessed by any child or adult on behalf of any child to avail the service in emergency situations by dialling City 1098. Childline services are provided through identified NGO’s and are functioning in Bangalore, Mangalore and Gulbarga. In addition child line services have been started in 5 more districts i.e. Shimoga, Davanagere, Bidar, Mysore and Dharwad during 2009-10.

Any child in need of care and protection

Shishugruhas

The scheme aims to promote in-country adoption and to prevent illegal adoption of children. It provides institutional care and protection of infants and children up to 6 years of age who are either abandoned or orphaned/destitute. Grant in aid is provided by Government of India for running Shishu Gruhas by the department.

Orphaned/ Abandoned children

State Adoption Cell

An Adoption Cell is functioning in the Directorate and a State level Advisory Committee has been constituted to monitor and implement the various adoption related activities in the state.

There is one Adoption Co-ordinating Agency (ACA) in the State to co-ordinate all adoption-related activities and to identify and promote adoption of children who are legally free for adoption. Karnataka State Council for Child Welfare is the Scrutiny Agency which scrutinizes and processes applications for adoption.

Orphaned/ Abandoned children

Sponsorship Programme for placing children in families

Children and enable parents to bring up their children in a family environment

Children whose parents annual income is below 24,000/- All children below 18 yrs.

Implementation of the Orphanages And Other Charitable Homes (Supervision And Control) Act, 1960

The salient requirements of this Act are to fix minimum standards for orphanages and other Children's homes run by voluntary organisations with reference to conditions regarding boarding, lodging, clothing, sanitation, health, hygiene and also regarding facilities provided for the education and training of the inmates, grant certificate of recognition for those orphanages who fulfil the requirements and monitor the performance of all the orphanages and other children's homes run by voluntary organisations and to revoke the certificate when situation warrant.

Orphans, Destitute children

Implementation of Prohibition of Child Marriage Act, 2006

The Prohibition of Child Marriage Act was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.10.2007 and the State Rules were notified on 6.2.2008. An act to prohibit child marriages, protect and provide relief to victims and enhance punishment for those who abet, pronote or solemnize such marriages .

Girls below 18 years of age and boys below 21 years of age

Implementation of the Karnataka Marriage (Registration and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1976

Karnataka Marriage ( Registration and Miscellaneous Provisions) Act,1976 was brought into force in Karnataka on 1.4.2004 to provide for registrations of marriages and certin other matters concerned therewith. The State rules were notified on 18.4.2006.The Inspector General of Registration and Commissioner of stamps is notified as Chief Marriage Regisration officer. The Sub-Registrars of the Stamps and Registration Department and Village Accountants of the Revenue Departments have been notified as Marriage Registration officers in thrir respective jurisdiction.

Community

Scheme For Combating Trafficking Of Women And Children

This scheme was launched in 2006-07 aims to combat trafficking of women and children at local level.

It aims at sensitising community regarding the issue of trafficking through grass root level training and awareness programmes through jathas, rallies, street plays

Anti-trafficking Committees have been constituted at , district , taluk and grama panchayat level to take necessary measures for prevention, rescue, care protection and rehabilitation to the victims of trafficking

Trafficked victims

 


 

Awards and Citations

Award

Brief Description

Eligibility / Target Beneficiary

Award Details

Hoysala And Keladi Chennamma Bravery Awards

Bravery awards to children in the age group of 6-15 years who have shown exemplary courage in saving the life of others. Two boys from each district are identified under Hoysala Award and two girls are identified under Keladi Chennamma Award

Children in the age group of 6-15 years

Cash prize of Rs.10,000/- and a citation.In addition Bravery awardees are also given scholarship of Rs.2000/- till their schooling

State Awards In The Field Of Child Welfare

2 awards are conferred to institutions and 1 award to an individual for best work done in the field of child welfare in the last 5 years.

Institutions/individuals engaged in child welfare

Rs. 1 lakh and citation for institutions

Rs. 25,000 and citation for individuals

National Award For Child Welfare

Government of India has instituted this award to recognize voluntary efforts of individuals/institutions rendering services in the field of child welfare and development.

Institutions/Individuals rendered outstanding services in the field of child welfare for few years

Five institutional awards of Rs. 3 lakh each and three individual awards of Rs. 1 lakh each and a citation

National Award

For Exceptional Achievement

The Government of India has instituted the award to be given to children with exceptional abilities and who have shown outstanding achievement in any field such as academics, arts, culture and sports.

Children between the age group of 4-15 years who have shown exceptional achievement

One Gold Medal, cash prize of Rs.20,000/- and a citation . for one child per state

Silver Medal, cash prize of Rs.10,000/- and citation for one child per State

Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award

Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award identifies an individual who has made outstanding contribution while rendering services for children for a period of 10 years. Service in the field of child welfare including the care of children with disabilities will be considered

Individuals rendering outstanding services in the field of child development, child protection and child welfare for 10 years

The award carries a cash prize of Rs.1,00,000/- and a citation.

District level award For 2 children forexceptional achievement in Education, Arts, and Cultural activities.

Awards are conferred on exceptionally talented children, two children in the field of academics, arts, culture and sports is being implemented from 2007-08.

Children between the age group of 4-15 years who have shown exceptional achievement

Cash prize of Rs.10,000/- and a citation

International Women’s Day and Kittur Rani Chennamma Award

Awards are conferred to institutions and individuals working in the field of womens development for a period of at least 5 years. Individual awards given for best services rendered in field of women development, sports, literature, arts & education and veeramahile

Institutions/individuals engaged in the field of women’s development

Cash prize of Rs 25,000/- and a citation for Institutions

Cash prize of Rs, 10,000/- and a citation for individuals

Best Stree Shakthi Groups

Awards are given to 3 best groups selected from all over the state, one group at the district level and one group at taluk level

Stree shakti groups

Cash prize for best groups Rs 50000, Rs 30000, Rs 20000 to Ist, IInd & IIIrd at state level.

Rs. 5000 to best groups at district level

Rs. 2000 to best groups at taluk level

Smt. Yashodharamma Dasappa Award

For birth centenary celebration of Smt. Yashodharamma Dasappa, 1 best stree shakti group from each revenue division is awarded

Stree shakti groups

Rs.25,000/- per group per division


Complaints and Grievance Redressal

Procedure

Complaints are an expression of dissatisfaction, oral or in writing, about the service or actions of an agency or its staff. DWCD is implementing a convenient and efficient grievance redress process, which is based on the Sevottam standard (IS 15700:2005).

What is a complaint?

Public complaints may include complaints made by members of the public/ beneficiaries on their dissatisfaction with any service delivery process including administrative action such as:

  • Unjust/ not in accordance with the existing laws and regulations,
  • Causing excessive delays in service delivery,
  • Abuse of power,
  • Mal administration
  • Ineffective service delivery,
  • Lack of transparency and discrimination in the delivery of the services.
  • Service devoid of courtesy and human touch

How can complaints be made?

Complaints can be made using the form. The same form can be used to also provide suggestions for service delivery improvement:

Complaints/ Suggestions

Complaint receiving centres/ persons

With regard to ICDS and other services provided at Anganwadi Centre

AWC, Supervisor, CDPO’s office in Taluk level

With regard to services provided at Care Institutions and other services

At CDPO’s office in Taluk level

At Deputy Director (DD) office in District Headquarters

 

With regard to any staff

Supervisor during Monthly meeting

CDPO’s office in Taluk level

Deputy Director (DD) office in District Headquarters

Joint Director (ICDS) office in State Headquarters

The complaints have to be made in writing in Beneficiary Feedback/Complaint Form given in the appendix. When making a complaint, complainants should include the following information:

  • Complainant details including the name of a contact person, address, phone number and email address
  • Details of the problem encountered including the date the problem occurred
  • Provide suggestions to improve services at AWC

To assist in lodging a complaint, the Complaints form can be taken from AWC/BVS or GP. Alternatively, the complaints form can be taken from CDPO office.

How will complaints be handled?

Activity

Timeframe

Acknowledgement- The complainant will be contacted within 8days and will be given an acknowledgement receipt. They will also be provided with details of a contact person. The complainant can contact the contact person to obtain information on the status of their complaint.

Within one week of submission of complaint

Initial assessment- An initial assessment will be undertaken to determine the severity and complexity of the complaint and the need and possibility of immediate action. For less complex complaints it may be possible to provide a response to the complainant without further investigation.

Within one week of initial complaint

Investigation – An investigation will be undertaken by the complaints handling representative. This will cover all relevant circumstances and information surrounding the complaint.

Note: If the complaint is more complex and requiring a more thorough investigation, the complainant will be notified of an extension of this period.

Within 15 working days of initial complaint

Response – A response proposing a decision or action will be provided to the complainant in writing.

Within 15 working days of initial complaint

Close complaint – The complaint will be closed when the complainant is satisfied or when all reasonable internal and external options are exhausted.

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Escalation of Complaint

Complaints can be escalated in case if it is not addressed within the target date.

Complaints

Reporting Authority

If not addressed within 15 days by CDPO

Contact DD office

If not addressed within one month by DD

Contact relevant Joint Director/ Programme Officer at State HQ

 

Contact Details 

Refer Contact Us

a. Santwana Centres

Sl No

District

Taluk

Name & Address of implementing Agency

Phone No

BANGALORE DIVISION

 

1

Bangalore (U)

Bangalore (U)

Janodhaya Trust , No.2/1, 7th Block, 80 Ft. Road, Koramangala, Bangalore-560095

080-25701974/5

Anekal

Emmanual Orphange & Child Care Centre , No.144/9, Bhimrao Layout, Opp. CDPO Office, Anekal, Bangalore (U)

7841397

Bangalore North

Sri Shankari Balaga , #302, 6th Main, Vyalikaval, Bangalore-3

080-23342347

Bangalore South

Emmanual Orphange & Child Care Centre , 15th Cross, Yellakunte, Mangammanapalya, Bommanahalli, Bangalore

 

2

Bangalore (R)

Bangalore (R)

Bharatiya Grameena Mahila Sangha, Vibhuthipura, 18 cross, Ramesh Nagar Bangalore-37

080-25233650

Nela-mangala

Shri Shivakumar swamiji Ekatha Charitable Trust, No.66/67 5th main Ranka Nagra KHB Road Bangalore -32

 

 

Hosakote

People’s Action and Rural Development , No 24 2nd main BCC layout, Attigupe Bangalore 560004

 

3

Ramnagaram

Ramnagaram

Dwani Grameena Abhivrudhi Samsthe, 1st ward, Devarase Gowdana Doddi, Main Road, Ramanagara

9448494414

Channapatna

Pride Samsthe,  No.526/2, G.M.Road, Channapatna

 

Kanakapura

Udbhava Educational & Rural Development Organisation, Kumara Nilaya, Hanumanthapura, Tumkur

 

Magadi

Sri Veerabhadraswamy Vidya Samsthe, Susheela Building, 7th Cross, S.S.Puram, Tumkur.

 

4

Kolar

Kolar

Mahila Jagruthi Vedike , PWD Colony, Opp. Gangammana Palya,Kolar

08152-241023

Mulabagilu

Mysore Re-settlement & Development Agency, Kolar Project, Kamasamudram, Lakkenahalli Post, Bangarpet taluk.

 

5

Chikballapur

Chikballapur

Dheenadayal Janaseva Samsthe, Mylappana halli, Kalavara post, Chikkaballapura.

 

6

Davanagere

Davanagere

Vanitha Samaja, Extension Police Station Building, Opp. High School Field, Davangere-2

08192-236204

Harapanahalli

Sri Jagadguru Marula Siddeswara Trust, No.107, Vinayaka Nilaya, 1st ward, Harapanhalli

 

Jagalur

Sandesha Shikshana mattu Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Jagalur

9448423231

Channagiri

Sri Basava Vidya Peetha, Virakthi Mutt, Pondamatti, Channagiri Taluk

 

7

Chitradurga

Chitradurga

Sri Basaveshwara Vidya Samsthe, Ranganatha Nilaya, Opp. Union Park, Chitradurga

08194-229236

Chellakere

Sri Venkateswara Grameena Abhivrudhi & Education Society , Tyagaraja Nagar, Post Office Road, Chellakere -577522

 

Hosa-durga

Sri Basaveshwara Vidya Samsthe, Veerabhadreswara Badavane, Near Gnanavahini School, Hosadurga.

08199-232544

Holalkere

Sri Basaveshwara Vidya Samsthe, Opp. Private Bus Stand, Opp. Old Sajjan Hospital, Holalkere

08191-275050

Hiriyur

Siddeswara Rural Development Society , Hiriyur

 

Molakalmuru

Rajalakshmi Association , Molakalmuru

 

8

Shimoga

Shimoga

Shri Vidya Bharati Education Trust , Mahila Samaja Building, Near Corporation, Shimoga-577201

08182-271628

Sagara

Janakalyana Mahila Grameena Abhivrudhi Swayam Seva Samsthe, K.G. Wodeyar Building, B.H.Road, Near Bus Stand Sagara.

958183-221177

Bhadra-vathi

Sri Mythri Association, Near Raghavendra Mutt, 2nd Cross, Siddaruda Nagar, New Bridge, Bharavathi

958282-320918

Shikari Pura

Maharshi valmiki pattana hagu gramina abhivrudhi Samsthe, B.S.Yediyurappa Residence Road, Shikaripura

9449379755

Soraba

Sarvodaya Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Soraba

08184-293617

Hosanagar

Mahakavi Kuvempu Vidyavardhaka Trust, Hosanagar-577418

08185-290372

9

Tumkur

Tumkur

Varadakshina Virodi Vedike , Sahana 1648, 2nd Cross, K.R.Extn., Tumkur

0816-2277426

Tiptur

Baduku Samsthe, No.1, Veternary Hospital Main Road, Kote Tiptur

08134-269944

Madhugiri

Shanthiniketan Education & Welfare Society, Behind KEB, Maruthi Nagar, Madhugiri

9880375707

Turuvekere

Shreyas Samsthe , Shivashree Builing, 5th Cross, Basaveswara Layout, Kyatsandra, Tumkur

 

Gubbi

Sri Veerabhadraswamy Vidya Samsthe , Susheela building, 7th cross, S.S.puram, Tumkur

 

Pavagada

Devanampriya Education & Rural Development Society, Behind Petrol Bunk, Bellary Road, Pavagada

 

Chikkanayakana halli

Sri Mariranganatha Vidya Samsthe, Thirthapura, Chikkanayakanahalli.

 

Kunigal

Sri Shanthi Niketan Welfare Society, Tumkur

 

Korata-gere

AWARD (Association of Women Agriculture and Rural Development, V.R.S.T. Road, Madhugiri-572132

 

Sira

Margadarshi Rural Development Society, 1st Cross, Balaji nagar, Sira

 

MYSORE DIVISION

 

10

Mysore

Mysore

Shakthidhama Women Rehabilitation & Development Centre, 18-1-B, Mysore Ooty Road, Near JSS College, Mysore

0821-2484371

Mysore (Tq)

Odanadi Seva Samsthe , No. 15/2, DSRS Colony, Goutham Nagar, Hootagalli, Belavadi Post, Mysore-18

0821-2402155

Nanjan-gud

All India Women's Conference , Door No. 19, EWS Housing Board colony, Nanjangud.

 

Hunsur

Mahatma Gandhi Trust , Santwana Sahayavanin Kendra, Kalkunike Circle, Hunsur-571105

08222-250512

Piriyapatna

Rajiv Gandhi Education and Welfare Trust , B.M, Road, Behind Telephone Dept. Piriyapatna

08223-273895

K.R.Nagar

Sri Matrusri Vidya Shikshana Samsthe, Shivashakthi Complex, Mysore Road, R.No.20, Opp. SBM, K.R.Nagar, Mysore

 

H.D.Kote

Sri Chamundeshwari Mahila Samsthe, Hebbal, Mysore

 

11

Chamaraja nagar

Chamarajnagar

Rajeevgandhi Education & Welfare Society , C.S. Bangara Swamy Complex, Dodda Angandi Street, Chamarajanagar

08226-224491

Kollegala

Poornachandra Education Trust,  No.7/253, Near KSRTC Bus Stand, Kollegal

9241051041

Gundlupet

Youth Development Charitable Trust , P.B. No 28 Gundlupet.

 

Yelandur

Green Graminabhivrudhi & Tarabethi Samsthe, Heggawadi, Kuderu Post, Chamarajanagar

 

12

Mandya

Mandya

Viksana Grameena Abhivrudhi Samsthe , #2500, 6th Cross, Marigowda Layout, Mandya

08230-221717

Malavalli (Tq)

Vikasa Rural Development Organisation , Maruthi Nilaya, Court Complex, Malavalli

08231-214266

Pandava-pura

Gnana Vikasa Education Trust , Chinakuruli, Pandavapura.

0823-668453

Maddur

Sri Akshaya Nikethana Trust, No.306, 1st Cross, Behind KSRTC Bus Stand, Maddur

08232-221455

K.R.Pet

River Valley Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe,  No.3211, Old Mysore Road, K.R.Pet

 

Sri Ranga patna

Anupama Association Trust, Kaveri Nilaya, Ganjam, Sri Rangapatna-571436

 

Naga-mangala

Nisarga Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Maddur, Mandya

 

13

Hassan

Hassan

Jeevan Dhara Seva Kendra, Lakshmipura Extn., Hassan 573210

08172-2639119

Sakaleshpur

Tarunya Mahila Samaja, S.P.Road, Kushalnagar Layout, Sakaleshpur

08173-44607

Arasikere

Shilpashri Mahila Samaja , No.7096, Modaliar Road, Arasikere-573103

08174-231469

14

Chikmaga-lur

Chikmagalur

Kasturba Sadana, Tilak Park Road, Vijayapura Extn., Chickmagalur

08262-228324/ 228326

Mudigere

Sri Sanchi Honnamma Mahila Mandali, Near Water tank, Mudigere-577 132

222628

Tarikere

Janachintana Urban & Rural Development organization, Basaveshwara Street, Tarikere

08261-223656

Kadur

Sri Veerabhadreshwara Vidya Samsthe, B.H.Road, Opp. Govt. PU College, Near Malleswara Circle, Kadur.

08267-221414

15

Dakshina Kannada

Mangalore

Prajna Counselling Centre, Falnir Road, Kankanady, Mangalore-575002

0824-2432903, 2432682

Belthangadi

Nagarika Seva Trust , Guruvayanakere, Belthangadi

08256-232709

Puttur

Janashikshana Trust, Field view, Kankanadi, Mangalore

 

Sullia

Mahila Samaja , Sullia

 

16

Kodagu

Madikeri

Kodagu Jilla Shishu Kalyana Samsthe, Near Govt. Bus Stand, Kohinoor Road, Madikeri

08272-229004

17

Udupi

Udupi

Zilla Mahila Mandalagala Okkoota, Sharav Compound, Near Vivekananda School, Ajjarakadu, Udupi: -

 

BELGAUM DIVISION

 

18

Belgaum

Belgaum

Mahila Kalyana Samsthe, Sector No.2, Plot No.92, Shivabasavanagar, Belgaum-590010

0831-2403261

Chikkodi

Ashajyothi Mahila Abhivrudhi Kendra, Bhandari Building, B.K. College Road, Near Forest Dept., Chikkodi

08338-272191

Athani

Sahakara Shikshana Mattu Samaja Kalyana Samsthe, Gotkindi Bldg, Near Gujarathi Mangal Karyalay, Gachinamath Road, Athani

08289-251279

Bailhongal

Akkamahadevi Mahila Kalyana Samsthe, Gadavi Bldg, Vidyanagar, Bailhongal

9449624128

Soundatti

Chidambareshwara Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Gurla Hosur, Soundatti

08330-222474

Raibagh

Shri Dhaneshwari Shikshana and vividhodesha sangha , Athani

 

Gokak

Yashwani Shikshana and Mahila kalyana Samsthe , Basavana Kuduchi Belgaum

 

Hukkeri

Karnataka Rajya Mahila & Vidhava Abhivrudhi Samsthe, B.R. Hiremath building, Adarshanagar, Near Patel Timber Mart, Gokak Road, Hukkeri

 

Khanapur

Daneswari Seva Sangha , No.4805/14, Prema Nivas, Near RTO Circle, Shivajinagar, Belgaum

 

19

Dharwad

Dharwad

Rudalf Stainer Education and Welfare Society, Near Observation Home, D.C. Compound, Dharwad

0836-2747353

Hubli

SLIGS, Peacock Hotel Complex, New Cotton Market, Hubli-29

0836-2356587, 2357091

20

Bijapur

Bijapur

Sridhar Swamy vidyavardhak Sangh, Near Govt. Polytechnic, Bagalkot Road, Bijapur

08352-223648

Mudde-bihal

Sri Amareshwara Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Pilekamma nagar, Muddebihal.

9880166857

Sindhagi

Sridhar Swamy Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Madeena Nagar, Golibar Maddi, Bandal Road, Sindhagi

08488-221963

Indi

Sri Danamma Devi Mahila Shaikshanika & Seva Samsthe, Near Shankarlinga Gudi, Bijapur

 

Basavana Bagewadi

Sri Shivasharane Mahila Samsthe, Vivekanagar, Bijapur

 

21

Haveri

Shiggov

IDARY (Krishi and Grameena Youth Devt. Association) , BCM Shettar Bldg., Near Bus Stand, Bankapura-581202 Shigov Taluk

08378-254861

Haveri

Shri Shakti Association , Behind Railway Station, Nagendrana Matta, Haveri-581110

08375-235228

Hirekerut

Spurthy Shikshana & Graminabhivrudhi samsthe, Nearity City Municipal Corporation

 

Hangal

Arunodaya Vidyavardhaka Samsthe, Near Gandhi Circle, M.G.Road, Haveri

 

Byadagi

Sri Basaveshwara Vidya Samsthe, V.V Hallalli, 6th Cross, Vagish Nagar, Ranibennur

 

 

 

Rane-bennur

Sahara Sri Anjaneya Health Awareness & Rural Development Association, P.B. Road, Behind Petrol Bunk, Near Durgamma Temple, Kavalettu Post, Kumara Pattanam, Ranebennur

 

22

Karwar

Joida

Arunodaya Vidya Samsthe, Mulagi, Mundagod Taluk

 

23

Uttar Kannada

Karwar

Karuna Organisation , 495, Lamera Main Road, Karwar.

08382-227223

Kumta

Kadamba Charitable Foundation, Basavaraja Nilaya, Chowkimutt, Sirsi

08384-225248

Sirsi

Santhwana Mahila Vedike, Sahyadri Colony, Sirsi

 

Siddapura

Sadbhavana Seva Samsthe , Gokhale Building, Chowki Mutt, Sirsi.

 

Mundagod

Sadhana Mahila Mattu Makkala Abhivrudhi Samsthe Human Rights Centre, Tejaswi Nagar, Dharwad

 

24

Bagalkot

Bagalkot

Sri Basaveshwara Grameena Abhivrudhi Prathishtana and Swa-Udyoga Tarabethi Samsthe, BVV Sangha Campus, College Road, Bagalkot

08354-200205

Mudhol

Social Action for Rural Development , Mallammanagar, Mudhol.

 

25

Gadag

Gadag

Sri Manjunatha Devasthana Trust Committee, 1st Floor, VSS Bank Building, P.B.Road, Betageri, Gadag.

 

Ron

Yashaswini mahila vividhoddesha sangha, Banashankari Nilaya, Betageri

08372-247134

Shirahatti

Rajarajeshwari Mahila Vividhoddesha Sangha, Near Khadi Kendra, Betageri, Gadag

9886084565

Naragund

Panchami Mahila Mattu Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, TMC Road, Naragund, Gadag

 

Mundargi

Shreyas Soubhagyalakshmi Health, Rural Education, Youth Awareness, Development Society ®, J.A.College Road, Mundargi

 

26

Gulburga

Sedam

Spurthi Education & Rural Development Society, Mulakheda, Sedam Taluk

 

GULBARGA DIVISION

 

25

Gulbarga

Gulbarga

Intigrated Development Organisation , No.40, Goduthayi Nagar, Jewargi Road, Gulbarga

 

Alanda

Samatha Loka Shikshana Samithi, Opp. Taluk Panchayat Office, Aland, Gulbarga Dist.

08477-203672

Chincholi

Vimukthi Gnana Darashana Shikshana Samsthe, Nayanur Complex, Chandapur, Chincholi.

08475-273899

26

Yadgir

Yadagiri

Gangothri Mahila Abhivrudhi Samsthe, Plot No.62, J.R. Nagar, Alanda Road, Gulbarga

 

27

Bellary

Bellary

CORD, Behind Morarji Desai School, Parvathi Nagar Main Road, Bellary

08392-266850

Kudligi

Shubhodaya Rural & Urban Development Society, Near BDO Office, Hospet Road, Kudligi

08391-220601

Hospet

Surabhi Samagra Manava Kalyana Abhivrudhi Samsthe, No.1G/2B, 1st Ward, Bapujinagar, Kudligi

 

Hagari bommana halli

Spandana Social Welfare & Cultural Organisation , No.542, 3rd Ward, Near Ooramma Temple, Kudligi

 

Sandur

Pragathi Samagra Abhivrudhi Samsthe , 1st ward, Kudligi.

 

Hoovina Hadagali

Durga parameshwari Women & Rural Development Society, Project Office, Shashidhar Complex, Hoovina Hadagali-583219

 

Siraguppa

Centre for Rural Development (CORD), Behind Jail Wall, Parvathi Nagar Main Road, Bellary.

08392-266850, 267001

28

Bidar

Bidar

Kittur Rani Chennamma Mahila Mandali, K.H.B. Colony, Bidar

08482-229944

Aurad

Hindusthan Librial Education Society , Near Amareswara College, Navode Building, Aurad

9241082836

Humana-bad

Akkamahadevi Yuvathi Mandali, Rechatti Nivas, Near Old Degree College, Humanabad

 

Bhalki

Saraswathi Mahila Mandal, Vijaya Mahanteshwara Nagar, Bhalki-585328

 

29

Koppal

Koppal

Baptist Welfare Society, C/o CDPO Office, Koppal

08539-221810

Kushtagi

Vinuthana Shikshana Samsthe, Hiremath Building, Opp. Bus Stand, Kushtagi

08536-267747, 9448192428

30

Raichur

Raichur

Seva Organisation, 12-11-61, Arab Mohalla, Raichur

08532-228641

Linga-saguru

Srusti Mahila Mattu Grameena Abhivrudhi Samsthe, Mathosri Nilaya, Sangameswara Colony, Near Tahsil Office, Lingasaguru.

08537-236680

Deodurga

Adi Jambava Shikshana Samsthe, Bapuji Oni, Deodurga, Raichur-584 111.

 

Sindhanur

Sri Rameshwara Gramina Vividhoddesha Janaseva Sangha, Sharanappa Hennalli, Near Sindhanur Bus Stand, Sindhanur

 

Manvi

Devi Mahila Mandali , 1-4-157/28, Near Darga, Sindhanur Road, Manvi

9448910405


b. Swadhar Centres

Sl. No.

District

Name of the Organisation

Location of the centre

Telephone Numbers

1

Bangalore (Urban)

Vidyaranya Educational & Development Society, Mandur, Virgonagar, Bangalore(East), Bangalore

No.11, Indira Nagar Extn., & of Mandur, Bangalore(East)

080-8470003 9448041559

9343207349

2

Bangalore (Urban)

Sri Shivakumar Swamiji’s Ekatha Charitable Trust, No.66/67, Ranka Nagar, 5th Main, KHB Rd, Kavakbairasandra, R.T.Nagar, Bangalore-32

Hegganahalli, Peenya 2nd Stage, Near Majid, Vishwaneedam Post, Bangalore-91.

080-28360888

080-28337488

3

Bangalore (Urban)

Sneha Bharathi Education Society, H.No.2, 2nd Cross, N.K.Palya, Shivaji nagar, Bangalore

3002-58, Munivenkatappa Layout, Anekal Town, Bangalore Urban

080-22865198

94408065198

4

Bangalore (Urban)

Samarthanam Trust for disabled, 11, Villa Suchita, 1st Cross, 17th A Main Road, Behind Giri Apartments, J.P.Nagar II Phase, Bangalore

11, Villa Suchita, 1st Cross, 17th A Main Road, Behind Giri Apartments, J.P.Nagar II Phase, Bangalore

080-26591488

5

Bangalore (Urban)

Kasturaba Mahila & Makkala Seva Mantapa, Laxmi Sadan, No.41/81, LIG, Shirke Apartments, Kengeri Satellite Town, 3rd Stage, Bangalore

Laxmi Sadan, No.41/81, LIG, Shirke Apartments, Kengeri Satellite Town, 3rd Stage, Bangalore

080-28481611

6

Bangalore (Urban)

Tippu Education Society, #364, 3rd Cross, 4th Main, Tippu Nagar, Mysore Road, Bangalore

No.29, 3rd Cross, 4th lane, Lalbagh Road, Bangalore-27.

080-26703112

7

Bangalore (Rural)

Sarvodaya Service Society, Near Ever Green School, Vijayapura , Devanahalli Taluk, Bangalore. (R)

 

Maruthi Nagar, Chikkaballapur, Devanahalli, Bangalore (R)

080-7667041

8

Bangalore (Rural)

Grameena Abhyudaya Seva Samsthe, 4th Ward, Doddaballapur, Bangalore (R)

4th Ward, T.B.Circle, Court Road, Rojipur, Doddaballapur

 

9

Belgaum

United Social Welfare Association, Gorekhan Bldg., Income Tax Colony, Manthesh Nagar, Belgaum

Sri. Sharada Matt Swadhar Centre, Govardhan Bldg., Boxite Road, Sangamesh-wara nagar, Belgaum

0821-2403371                - 2303812          2402155 (Fax)

10

Belgaum

Samrudhi Service Society, CCB No. 221, 6th Cross, Last Bus Stop, Sadashiva Nagar, Belgaum.

CCB No. 221, 6th Cross, Last Bus Stop, Sadashiva Nagar, Belgaum.

0836-3099911       0836-2240458 9448272524

11

Bidar

Kittur Rani Mahila Mandal, KHB Colony, Bidar

Patal Building, Teachers Colony, Near BVB College, Gumpa Road,

0824-2432682       0824-2432594

12

Bijapur

Thirumala Education & Social Welfare Society, Above State Bank of Mysore, SS Front Road, Bijapur

Above State Bank of Mysore, SS Front Road, Bijapur

0835-223575

13

Chikballapur

Asha Kirana Education & Rehabilitation Society, Health Colony, Post Office Road, Siddlaghatta, Kolar

Chamarajapet, Railway Station Road, 4th Division, Chikballapur

08158-255600 9448368147

14

Davanagere

Sri. Shakthi Association, Guttur Colony, Harihara, Davangere

Sri. Shakthi Association, Guttur Colony, Harihara, Davangere

0831-2456925

15

Davanagere

Shubhodaya Seva Samsthe, Davanagere

Davanagere

 

16

Dharwad

Sri. Maithri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Doddabathi, Davangere

Jigalur Shivanna Bldg., Near Bye Pass Road, Hubli-28

9448111921

0831-2474733

17

Dharwad

Sneha Educational & Development Society, Dharwad.

Sneha Educational & Development Society, 23, Shivananda Nagar, 2nd Main Road, Gamanagatti Road, Navanagara, Hubli,

084720-572655

18

Gadag

Balaji Khadi Gramodyoga Kaigarika Sangha, Hulikote, Gadag

Plot No.15 & 16, Sevalal nagar, Kalasapur Road, Gadag

08373-289654 9448448811

19

Gulbarga

Mahadevi Tai Mahila Vidyvardhaka Sangha, Gulbarga

Mahadevi Tai Mahila Vidyvardhaka Sangha, Alanda Colony, Alanda Road, Gulbarga

08176-256996

20

Gulbarga

Samatha Loka Shikshana Samithi, Aland, Gulbarga

Aland, Gulbarga

08477-202600

21

Hassan

Vidyaranya Educational & Development Society, Mandur, Virgonagar, Bangalore (East)

Agrahara Gate, Hole-narasipura Taluk, Hassan

08482-229944

 224167

22

Haveri

Navajyothi Institute for Self and Rural Development, Hiregowdar Complex, Ashok Nagar, 3rd Cross, Medleri Road, Ranebennur, Haveri.

Plot No.20, House No.733, Mruthunjaya Nagar, Ranebennur, Haveri.

08373-260587

23

Mandya

Jnanasindhu Educational & Cultural Society, 22/6, 7th Main, 4th Block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore.

Hosahalli, Karasavadi Road, Mandya

08232-572966

9845635966

24

Mandya

Sri. Akshayaniketan Trust, Soonagahalli, Mandya

Sahukara channaiah Extn., Arakeshwar Nagar, Mandya

08232-221455

25

Mysore

Odanadi Seva Samsthe, Mysore-18

15/2B, SRS Colony, Hootagally Village, Belawadi Post, Hunsur-Mysore Road, Mysore

080-8470003 9448041559

9343207349

26

Dakshina Kannada

Prajna Counselling Centre, Falnir Road, Kankanady, Mangalore

D'Souza Compound, Goneigudda, 3rd Cross, Kankanadi, Mangalore.

080-7667041

27

Ramnagaram

Dhwani Institute of Rural Development, T.B. Extn., Nagamangala, Mandya

Vivekananda nagar, B.M.Road, Ramanagar

08232-223332 9448494414

28

Shimoga

Surabee Mahila Mandali, 8th main Road, P J Extn. Davanagere

Surabee Shelter Home for Women in difficult circumstance, Rameshwar Nagar, Ist Cross, Basaveshwara Nagar, Shimoga

08192-254322

29

Tumkur

Ambika Mahila Sangha, No.24, Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Nagasandra, Doddabidara Kallu, Bangalore

Chennabasaveswara Nilaya, 3rd Main, 3rd Cross, Siddaganga Extn., Tumkur

080-28390371                           -28379526

30

Bagalkot

Sanjeevini Swayam Seva Samsthe, Near Rural Police Station, Extension Area, Laxmi Nagar, Bagalkot

Sector No.15, Navanagar, Bagalkot

 

31

Bagalkot

Supreme Vidya Samsthe, Near I.B. Saraf Building, Behind Venkatesha Talkies, Hunagund Taluk

Chetana Rehabilitation Centre for Women, Post Box No.14, Plot No.161, Vittal Chavan Building, Hanamasagar Road, Basavanagar, Ilkal

9880840090 990018573


c. Working Women’s hostels

Sl.No

Name and Address of Working Women’s Hostel

Phone No

BANGALORE (URBAN)

 

1

Karnataka State Council for Child Welfare - Loka Sundari Raman Working Women’s Hostel

No.135, 3rd Cross, Nandidurga Road, Jayamahal extn., Bangalore-46

 

2

Sri Sharada Savitha Mandali - Sri Sharada Kutira Working Women’s Hostel                             No.. 46, Ranga Rao Road, Shakarapura, Bangalore-4

 

3

Young Women Christian Association - Working women’s Hostel                                    No.32, CSI Compound, Mission Road, Bangalore-27.

 

4

University Women’s Association - Working Women’s Hostel                                                     No. 43 , 4th Main, Sampangiramanagara, Bangalore-27.

 

5

Mahathma Ganghi Vidya Peeta - Working Women’s Hostel                                                           Sharada, Kumaraswamy lay Out, Bangalore.

 

6

Jayanagara Stree Samaja – Working Women’s Hostel                                                                      No. 141, 5th Cross, Ist Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore-11.

 

7

All India Women’s Conference - Working Women’s Association                                                        No. 67, 7th C Main Road, Corporation Lay out, 4th Block, Jayanagara, Bangalore-11.

 

8

Basava Samithi Basava - Working Women’s Hostel                                                         Basavashrama, 18 Kms., Mysore Road, Bangalore.

 

9

Vishal Education Society - Vishal Working women‘s Hostel                                                      Near Kadarnagar, Jaraganahalli, G.K.M.I. Grade College (Near) Kanakapura Main Road, Bangalore.

 

10

Karnataka Rural Poor and Handicapped Development Society - Working Women’s Hostel                                                                                                                                  4th Cross , KIDB Colony, Peenya Ist Stage, Bangalore.

 

 

 

11

National Law School of Indian University - Working Women’s Hostel                                        P.B No. 7201, Nagarabhavi Campus, Bangalore-72.

 

12

Young Women Christian Association - Working women’s Hostel                                                        Plot No.7, 20th main, 6th Block, Koramangala, Bangalore-95.

 

13

Regional Institute of English - Working women’s Hostel                                                    Gnanabharathi Campus, Bangalore-56.

 

BELGAUM

 

14

Vidyarthini Prasada Nilaya                                                                                                          No.132/4, shivabasavanagar, Belgaum-10

 

15

Belgaum women’s Welfare Society - Sukanya Working Women’s Hostel                                   No.151, Ramghat Rod, Belgaum.

 

16

Sri Renuka yelamma Education Trust                                                                                               Soundati, Belgaum.

 

17

Sri Neelakanteswara Vidya Vardhaka Sangha                                                                                 Mooru Savira Mutt, Bylahongala, Belgaum.

 

18

Karnataka Health Institute                                                                                                       Ghataprabha, Gokak Taluk, Belgaum Dist.

 

19

Kittur Rani Chennamma Memorial Trust                                                                                                     Kittur , Bylahongala Taluk

 

20

Agriculture University                     &n bsp;                                                                                                 Arabavi, Belgaum District.

 

21

Gurusiddeswara Sahakari Hospital Researcgh Centre                                                                Ghataprabha

 

BELLARY

 

22

M/S Croftons Ladies Club                                                                                                                 Court Road, Bellary.

 

23

Veerashaiva vidya Vardhaka Sangah                                                                                                 Gandhinagar, Bellary.

 

24

Gulbarga University                                                                                                                              P.G. Kendra, Bellary.

 

25

Gulbarga University                                                                                                                                   P.G. Centre, Sandur.

 

BIDAR

 

26

Mahila Mandali - Kasturba Working Women’s Hostel                                                                      Shahaganj Area, Bidar.

 

27

Sri Veerabhadreshwara Education Trust                                                                                         Humnabad, Bidar -585330.

 

28

Nittur Education Society                                                                                                                      Bage Ibrahim, Bidar.

 

29

Gujjamma Education Society                                                                                                          No.503/2, Humnabad Road, Bhalki

 

BAGALKOT

 

30

Sri Basaveshwara Vidya Vardhaka Sangha, Veerapura Grama, Bagalkote.

 

31

Vijaya Mahantesh Vidya Vardhaka Sangha, Hunagunda

 

BIJAPUR

 

32

Agriculture University,    Bijapur.

 

DAVANAGERE

 

33

Vanita Samaja,                                                                                                                               No.1889/13, 6th Main, 4th Cross, M.C.C. A Block, Davangere-4

 

CHITRADURGA

 

34

Sri Jagadguru Murugarajendra Vidya Peeta ,  o.4, P.B. Road, Chitradurga.

 

CHIKKAMAGALUR

 

35

Kasturba Sadana , Tilak Park Road, Vijayapura Extn., Chikkamagalur.

 

UDUPI

 

36

Academy of General Education, Manipal, Udupi.

 

DAKSHINA KANNADA.

 

37

Eshwarananda Mahila Seva Ashrama Society, Kanakawadi, Mangalore.

 

38

Sri Ramakrishna Vidyarthini Bhavan, Lalbagh,Mangalore.

 

39

Ramakrishna Seva Samaja Kasturba Working Women’s Hostel, Puttur, Mangalore.

 

40

Mangalore University, No. 113, Konaji Grama,Mangalagangotri, Mangalore.

 

DHARWAD

 

41

Janatha Shikshana Samithi , Vidyagiri , Dharwad.

 

42

Jagadguru Mooru Savira Mutt,     Hubli.

 

43

Mahila Vidya Peeta,   Vidyanagar, No. 4608 , Hubli.

 

44

Karnataka Vishwa Vidya Peeta,  No. 12, Saptapur, Dharwad.

 

GADAG

 

45

Rural Technical education Society, Hulikote, Gadag.

 

46

Hulikote Co-operative Society,    Hulikote, Gadag.

 

GULBARGA

 

47

Karnataka People’s Education Society,   Near Government Hospital, Gulbarga.

 

48

Gulbarga University,     University Campus, Gulbarga.

 

49

Gulbarga University , No.52, University Campus, Kusanur, Gulbarga.

 

HASSAN

 

50

Malnad lTechnical Education Society , Vidya Nagar, Hassan.

 

UTTARA KANNADA

 

51

Agriculture University ,   Sirsi, Karwar

 

52

K.L.E. Society , Ankola, Karwar.

 

KODAGU

 

53

Sri Ramadevi Adyathma Sangha, Sri Ramadevi Mandira Compound, Temple Side, Madikeri-571201.

 

MANDYA

 

54

Rotary Working Women’s welfare Council Trust , Dr. Ambedkar road, Subash Nagar, Mandya.

 

55

Bharathi Education Trust ,     Bharatinagar, Maddur Taluk

 

56

People’s Education Trust(R),    Kallahalli, PES Engineering College Campus, Mandya.

 

57

Sri Adichunchanagiri Shikshana Trust (R)                                                                                   No. 37, A, Jawaranahalli, Grama, Nagamangala Taluk, Balaganganathanagar, Belluru-561448.

 

MYSORE

 

58

J.S.S. Maha Vidya Peeta,  Saraswathi Puram, Mysore.

 

59

All India Women’s Conference ,   Tonachikoppal, Jayanagar, Mysore

 

60

Institute of Education Trust ,  P/12, E and F Block, Kuvempunagar, Mysore.

 

61

Mysore University ,   Manasagangotri, Mysore.

 

RAICHUR

 

62

Gulbarga University P.G. Centre , No. 347/1, Yeragu, Raichur.

 

63

Agriculture University ,   Raichur.

 

SHIMOGA

 

64

Kuvempu University ,  B. R. Project, Bhadravathi Taluk

 

TUMKUR

 

65

Sri Siddartha Education Society , Siddartha Nagar, Tumkur.

 

66

H.M.S. Working Women’s Hostel , Shettyhalli Road, Tumkur.

 


d. Short Stay Homes

S.No.

District

Name & Address of the Organisation

Telephone No.

1

Bangalore Urban

Association for Social Health in India, Navachetana, 4th Cross, Wilson Garden, Bangalore

080-22220834

2

Bangalore Urban

Bharathiya Gramena Mahila Sangha , Vibhutipura , Bangalore-37

080-25234217

3

Bangalore Urban

Ambika Mahila Sangha, No. 24, Doddabidarkallu, Rajiv Nagar, Nagasandra post Bangalore-71

080-28379526

4

Bangalore Urban

Bharateeya Adim Jathi Sevak Sangha, Gurukula, Kengeri Bangalore.

080-28483813

5

Bangalore Urban

Eshwar Education & Welfare Society , 12th Cross, Srigandhanagar,Peenya II Stage, Behind Veda Garments, Hegganahalli, Bangalore-91

080-28360477

6

Bangalore Urban

Mahila Dakshaka Samithi , 8 RMV Extension, Ist Cross, Ist Block, II Stage, Bangalore-560094

080-23410042            23512543

7

Gulbarga

Karnataka Sarvodaya Seva Sangha , No. 11/861, M.S.K. Mill road , Basavanagar, Gulbarga

08472-250169

8

Davanagere

Jagruti Mahila Sangha, MCC (B) Block, Kuvempu Nagar, Ist block, Davangere

08192-220568         221030

9

Kolar

Pastoral Sociology Institute (PSI), Seva Bhavan, Malur

08152-333204

10

Chitradurga

Sri Shakthi Mahila Mandali , IUDB Layout, Saraswathipuram, 2nd Cross, Bangalore Road, Chitradurga – 577 501

08194-230195

11

Chitradurga

Association of Women for Awareness & Knowledge Earning, Subramanyeshwara Nilaya, Chamber of Commerce Road Challakeri, Chitradurga- 577522

9448416660

12

Shimoga

Sri Maitri Mahila Mandal , 3rd Cross , Kittur Rani Chennama Layout , Jannapura, Bhadravathi, Shimoga - 577301.

08182-320918

13

Belgaum

Bharathiya Adhima Jati , Sevak Sangha, No.1400, Kalmeshwara Nagara, B.K. Kangalli , Belgaum

0831-414610

14

Belgaum

Women Welfare Society , Hidkal Dam, Hukkeri

0831-2403261

15

Bidar

Chawan Ayurvedic Education Society , Santpur Taluk, Aurad, Bidar.

08482-220170            227308

16

Bidar

Basavatatva Education Society , B.V.B. College Road, Bidar

08482-226327

17

Bagalkot

Bhagya Shree Mahila Mandal , Banderi Road, Jamakhandi, Bagalkot dist.

08354-221573

18

Dharwad

Bharathiya Adhima Jati Sevak Sangha,     C/o Dr. Stineer Creative Educational Institute for Mentally Retarded, D.C. Compound, Dharwad

0836-2448293

19

Bellary

Anitha Vidya Peetha , Near Hospital Road, Kudligi Town, Bellary

 

20

Mandya

Dhwani Institute for Rural Development , T.B. Extension, Nagamangala -571432, Mandya

08236-58790

21

Mandya

River Valley Organisation for Rural Development , Sri Ranga Patna, Mandya

08236-252267, 252176                   9448052848

22

Haveri

Institute of Development of Agriculture & Rural Youth, G.R Desai Building, Rajendranagar, Haveri

08375-837345

23

Haveri

Sri Shakthi Association Short Stay Home , Behind Railvay Station, Nagendranamatt, Haveri

0875-235228

24

Dakshina Kannada

Prajna Counselling , Opp Scahold High School, Kushalkar-575002

0824-2432682

25

Chikmagalur

Annapurna Association,  (H.O. Chintamani Nagar, Harihara) Byepass Road, Jyothi nagar, Chikmagalur

08262-2655251

26

Chikmagalur

Kasturaba Sadana , Tilak Road, Vijayapura Extn, Chikmagalur

08262-228324, 236308

27

Chamaraj nagar

Rajivgandhi Education and Welfare Trust, (H.O. # 405/1, 2nd Stage, Rajiv Nagar, Mysore-9)                                                                                Spandana Counselling Centre, Shivakamala Complex, Big Bazaar Street, Chamarajanagar.

08226-224558

28

Koppal

Gowrishankara human Welfare Association, Kushagi, Koppala.

931165570

29

Koppal

Vinuthana Shikshana Samsthe, Koppala

 

30

Kodagu

Sri Shakthi Short Stay Home , Brahmin Street, Near Omkareshwara Temple, Madikeri.

9242615686

31

Tumkur

Sri Veerabhadra Swamy Vidya Samsthe, Susheela Building, 7th Cross, S.S.Puram, Tumkur

9886275963

32

Uttara Kannada

Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Harijan Education Society , Muchchandi, Haliyala

 


e. Pre-matric Hostels for Girls 

Sl. No

District

Place of Hostel

Name and Address of organisation running the hostel

Telephone No.

1

Bellary

Bellary

Vijayalakshmi Yuvathi Mandali ,B.J. Nagar, Karpugal Road, Bellary-583101

 

2

Bellary

Hospet

Don Bosco - The Hospet Salaistian Society, Jambunath Road, Hospet-583201

27061,   27461

3

Bidar

Bidar

Sarvodaya Mahila Samsthe, Badruddin Colony, Chidri Road, Hanuman Nagar, Bidar

225943

4

Bidar

Humnabad

Sri Sangameswara Shikshana Samsthe , Alanda Colony, Alanda Road, Plot No.3/4, Nandigudi Layout, Shaha Bazar, Gulbarga

 

5

Bijapur

Bijapur

Shri Sharana Jyothi vidya Samsthe, KHB Colony, Hanchinala, Solapur Road, Bijapur.

320019

6

Bijapur

Basavana Bagevadi

Sri Jagajyothi Basaveswara Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Pulakeshi nagar, Bijapur

224055 9880744190

7

Belgaum

Belgaum

United Samaja Kalyana Samsthe,  Gorekhan Building, Income Tax Colony, Mahantesh Nagar, Belgaum

456925

8

Bagalkot

Jamakhandi

Bharatha Gramina Abhivrudhi Samsthe,  Ghatige Building, Mudhol Road, Jamakhandi

08537-263680 9449557829

9

Bagalkot

Hunagund

Adhara Budakattu Jana Hagu Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Bagalkot

9199807221

10

Chikmagalur

Chik-magalur

Kasturba Sadana , Tilak Park Road, Vijayapur Extension, Chikmagalur

236308,228326, 238427

11

Chikballapur

Gowribidanur

Pragathi Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe , Gerehalli Post, Chikballapur

08532-230127

12

Chitradurga

Molakalmuru

Sri Varakenchabhikeswara Vidya Samsthe, Challakere Taluk

9342745475

13

Davanagere

Harapanahalli

Sri Shakthi Association,     Guttur Colony, Harihar Taluk

9448421086

14

Gulbarga

Gulbarga

Mahadevi Tayi Mahila Vidyavardhaka Samsthe, Alanda Colony, Gulbarga

9448347657

15

Gulbarga

Shahapur

Sri Charabasaveswara Vidyavardhaka Samsthe,   Shahapur, Gulbarga Dist.

9448540549

16

Gadag

Mundaragi

Shreyas Soubhagyalakshmi Health & Rural Devt. Society ,  Shivashri Building, 5th Cross, Basaveswara Layout, Katsandra, Tumkur

9448892194

17

Kolar

Kolar

Mahila Jagruthi Vedike, No.640, PWD Colony, Srinivasapura, Tolgate Circle, Kolar

241023, 223977

18

Koppal

Kushtagi

Srushri Mattu Mahila Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe , Kushtagi, Tavaragera, Koppal dist.

9448272524

19

Mysore

H.D.Kote

Sri Rajiv Gandhi Education and Welfare Trust , No.405, 2nd Stage, Rajiv nagar, Mysore

9448208062

20

Mandya

Naga-mangala

Dhwani Graminabhivrudhi, Samsthe, T.B. Layout, Nagamangala, Mandya dist.

08232-223332 230989  9448494414

21

Raichur

Raichur

Sankalpa Society for women and Child Development, House No.12-12-83/16, Arab Mohalla, Raichur

9986884043

22

Raichur

Devadurga

Adi Jambava Shikshana Samsthe, Bapuji Oni, Near Old Bus Stand, Devadurga

9448633209

23

Ramnagaram

Magadi

Chiguru Balavikasa Samsthe, No.216, Nanjundaiah Compound, Kalya Gate, Magadi

 

24

Tumkur

Kunigal

Sri Shanthi Nikethan Education and Social Welfare Society, No.2, TAPCMS Building, Taluk Panchayat Road, D.C.Office Compound, Tumkur

0816-2279045 9880375707


f. Post Matric Hostels for Girls

Sl. No

District

Place of Hostel

Name and Address of organisation running the hostel

Telephone No.

1

Bellary

Kudligi

Spandana Samaja Seva & Samskruthika Samsthe,                                       3rd Ward, Near Uramma temple, Kudligi

221091              9448404196

2

Bidar

Bhalki

Santhoshima Mahila Mandal,   Bhalki, Bidar

461201,261201

3

Bidar

Aurad

Smt. Savithri Bai Harijan, Hindulida, Mahila & makkala Abhivrudhi        Samsthe , Shadgir Road, Bidar

 

4

Bijapur

Sindhagi

Sri Sridhara Swamy Vidyavardhaka Sangha , Opp. Govt. Polytechnic, Bagalkot Road, Bijapur

9448146116            958352-277712

5

Belgaum

Savadatti

Sri Daneswari Seva Samsthe, No.50, Plot No.17, Block A, Jadavagalli, Shahunagar, Belgaum

9448421086

6

Bagalkot

Bagalkot

Sri Yalagureswara Vidyavardhaka Samsthe, Aminaghada-587112 Hunagund Taluk

08537-263680

7

Chamarajnagar

Chamaraj Nagar

Sri Rajiv Gandhi Education and Welfare Trust , No.405, 2nd Stage, Rajiv nagar, Mysore

0821-5553797 9448208062

8

Chikballapur

Chik-ballapur

Pragathi Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe , Gerehalli Post, Chikballarpur

08156-250215 9845012800

9

Dharwad

Kalaghatagi

Sri Daneswari Seva Samsthe,  No.50, Plot No.17, Block A, Jadavagalli, Shahunagar, Belgaum

08192-240004

10

Gulbarga

Surapura

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Vidyavardhaka Sangha , Gulbarga

08479-243040

11

Gulbarga

Chincholi

Goutham Gramina Swayam Seva Samsthe , Chincholi Taluk

9448892194

12

Haveri

Ranibennur

Nishard Samsthe , Hiregowdar Complex, Ashok nagar, 3rd Cross, Medleri Road, Ranibennur-581115

261649

13

Hassan

Hassan

Shwetha Vidya Samsthe , Sri Manjunatheswara ITI Building, Dasara Koppalu, Salagame Road, Hassan

081721-245287 9448330386

14

Hassan

Belur

People's Education Society , Gende Halli Road, Belur

9448004217

15

Hassan

Sakaleshpur

Sri Mouneswara Vidya Samsthe, Agrahara Gate, Bichanahalli Post, Holenarasipur taluk

08175-55405       9342551257

16

Kolar

Srinivasapura

Jai Bharath Kivuda Makkala vasathi Shale Hagu Graminabhivrudhi Trust, Srinivasapura

46124                     9448518592

17

Koppal

Koppal

Sri Maithri Association , Doddabathi, Davanagere

 

18

Raichur

Lingasaguru

Sri Shaila Mallikarjuna Shikshana Hagu Graminabhivrudhi Samsthe, Echanala, Gangavathi, Raichur

9448128013                    08437-258628


g. Destitute Cottages

Sl.No.

Taluk/ Place of Cottage

Name and Address of the Institution

Telephone No

 

 

BANGALORE (URBAN)

 

1

Yashwantpur

Annapurna Sevashrama, 2nd Main, 13th Cross, B.K. Nagar, Yashawanthpura,Bangalore.

 

2

Rajajinagar

Arya Sevashrama Trust , No, 3 Ist Block Rajajinagar, B'lore –560010 (2 cottages)

 

3

Lingarajpura

Barromeo Society - St. Charles Convent , Hennur Road , Lingarajpura, St.Thomas Town, Bangalore.-560084 (2 cottages)

 

4

Vibhuthipura

Bharathiya Grameena Mahila Sangha , 18th Cross, Rameshnagar, Vibhuthipura, Bangalore – 560037 (5 cottages)

 

5

Wilson Garden

Bharatiya Samajika Swastha Sangha, Abhaya shrama, Karnataka Branch, 4th Cross, Wilson Garden Bangalore. (2 cottages)

 

6

Jayamahal

Sharanya Children's Home,    KSCCW, #135,3rd Cross, Nandidurga Road,Jayamahal Extn, Bangalore -560046

 

7

Rajajinagar

Sri.Akkamahadevi Sevashrama Trust , # 666, 3rd Main, West of Chord Road, Rajajinagar. Bangalore

 

8

Kengeri

Sri Shankaracharya Vidya Peeta , No.206, Kommagatta Road,Sattelite Town Kengeri Upanagara, B'lore-560060

 

9

St.Thomas Town

St. Mary's Orphanage , #8, 2nd Cross,D'Costa Layout, St.Thomas Town, Bangalore-560084

 

10

Uttarahalli

Universal Cultural Association, #3, Ishwari Mandira, Uttarahalli, B'lore (2 cottages)

 

11

Kumarapark East

Vishwaneedham Trust , Vallabha Nikethan,#19, Kumarapark East, Bangalore-560001

 

12

Anekal

Yashswini Mahila Mandaligala Okkoota, Chandapura, Anekal, Bangalore dist. (2 cottages)

 

 

 

BANGALORE (RURAL)

 

1

Doddaballapur

Sri.Sadguru Veerananda Amarajyoti Vishwa kundali Yogashrama, MaruthiNagar, Rajaghatta, Doddaballapura

 

2

Nelamangala

Sri Swarnamba Vidya Gurukula , Eggunda Post, Shivagange,Nelamangala Taluk

 

3

Hosakote

Al-Ameen Khalid Memorial Residential Trust , Hosakote (2 cottages)

 

4

Nelamangala

Sri. Onakallu malleswara Seva Samithi , Sri Malleswara Kshetra, Nelamangala(2 cottages)

 

 

 

BELGAUM DISTRICT

 

1

Belgaum

St.Joseph Orphanage , Santhe Basthiwad, Belgaum dist. ( 2 cottages)

 

2

Belgaum

Swamy Vivekananda Seva Prathistana, Gangamma Chikkunjimatt, Balakalyana kendra, Near S.P. office, Belgaum (2 cottages)

 

3

Athani

Swamy Vivekananda Seva Prathistana, Gangamma Chikkunjimatt, Balakalyana kendra, Dr. Modi Bldg., Behind Ramadeva Patil Belgaum (2. Cottages)

 

4

Athani

Shree Guru Chakravarthi, Sadashiva Vidya vardhaka Samsthe, Kathakanahalli, Branch,Chamakeri, Athani Tq.

 

5

Belgaum

Dr,B.R.Ambedkar Harijana Shikshana Samsthe, Muchandi,Belgaum Tq. ( 2 Cottages)

 

6

Saundatti

Shree Shivalingeshwara Shikshana Samsthe , Yakkundi. Saundatti Tq.

 

7

Athani

Shree Rachoteshwara Swamigala Anathashrama , Igali cross,Athani Tq.

 

8

Ramadurga

Kasthurabha Shikshana and Grameena Abhivrudhi Samsthe,  Ramadurga (2 cottages)

 

 

 

BIDAR DISTRICT

 

1

Bidar

Sri Subhashchandrabose Destitute cottage , Ladageri, Bidar (2 cottages)

 

2

Humnabad

Jai Bheema Shikshana Samsthe Destitute Home Aroragere, Bidar , Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Destitute Home, Lodgeri, Bidar

 

3

Bidar

Ambedkar Thathwa Shikshana Trust , Destitute Home Mailur Road, Near Lidkar Colony, Bidar

 

4

Bidar

Basaveshwara Samajika Arthika & Samskruthika Trust, Sri, Siddarameshwara Destitute Home, Basavanagar, Bidar

 

5

Bidar

Mahatma Phule Shikshana Samsthe (Nalanda destitute Home) , Kamalanagar, Bidar (2 cottages)

 

6

Basavakalyana

Kanakadasa Shikshana Trust , Kohinoor, Basavakalyana Taluk, Kanakadas Destitute Cottage, Shivapura Road, Basavakalyana. Bidar dist.

 

7

Aurad

Navayuga Shikshana Samsthe, Bhandara Kumta, Aurad Taluk Mahatma Gandhi Destitute Home, , Bidar. (2 cottages)

 

8

Basavakalyana

(Sanjeevini Vidyavardhaka Samsthe, Brahmapura, Gulbarga) Sri. Shantha Lingeshwara Destitute Home , Heeranagao, Basavakalyana Taluk, Bidar dist.

 

9

Bidar

Vishal Shikshana Samsthe, (Mother Theresa,DCH, Mannakeli) , Bidar (2 cottages)

 

10

Bidar

Rahul Shikshana Samsthe , Chitaguppa, Humnabad taluk, Swamyvivekananda Destitute Home, Chitaguppa, Bidar (3 cottages)

 

11

Bidar

Chidambara Shikshana Samsthe , Chidambara Destitute Home, Siddaroodamatt, Mannalli Road,Bidar

 

12

 

Bhavani Shikshana Samsthe , Malagao Thanda, Sevadas Destitute Home, Bidar dist.

 

13

Aurad

Chandrodaya Shikshana Samsthe ,  Lada, Aurad Tq, Rajiv Gandhi DCH, Bidar ( 3 cottages)

 

 

 

BAGALKOT DISTRICT

 

1

Bagalkot

Adarsha vidyavardhaka Sangha's Destitute Cottage, Bevooru, Bagalkot.(2 cottages)

 

2

Bagalkot

Sri Basaveshwara Uchitha Prasada Nilaya , Hallur,Bagalkot Taluk (2 cottages)

 

3

Badami

Sri.Jagadguru Guru Siddeswara Vidyavardhaka Samskruthika Sangha , Guledgudda, Badami Taluk (2 cottages)

 

4

Badami

Shri. Kanchaneshwari Nirgatika makkala Kutira , Near K.E.B.,Station Road,Badami

 

5

Hunagunda

Sri . Sangameshwara Uchitha Prasada Nilaya , Kudala Sangama, Hunagund Taluk, Bagalkot dist.(4 cottages)

 

6

Hunagunda

Sri . Sangameshwara Vidyavardhaka Samsthe, Ameenagad , Hunagunda taluk

 

7

Badami

Sri. Anjaneya Swamy V.U.S. Sangha , Hiremuchalagudda, Badami tq.

 

8

Bilgi

Sri. Kanakadasa Grameena Abhivrudhi Samsthe , Thaggi, Bilgi tq.Bagalkot dist.

 

 

 

BELLARY DISTRICT

 

1

 

Sri Thrala Balu Jagadguru Vidya Samsthe (R) , Sirigere, (Chitradurga & Bellary dist.) (4 cottages)

 

2

Kudligi

Sri Yadiyuru Siddalingeswara Vidya Peetha (R) , Khanamadagu, Kudligi Taluk, Bellary dist.(4 cottages)

 

 

 

 

BIJAPUR DISTRICT

 

1

Muddebihal

Shivayogi Sangamarya Shikshana Samsthe, Thalikote, Muddebihal tq (2 cottages)

 

2

 

Sathyasaibaba Shikshana Samsthe, Yogapura, Hadagali thanda

 

3

Bijapur

Haralayya vidya Vardhaka sangha , Near Murugamma temple, Jorapurpet, Bijapur (2 cottages)

 

4

Moratagi

Jagadguru Thontadarya Shikshana samsthe , Bijapur road, Moratagi tq. Sindagi, Bijapur ( 2 cottages)

 

5

 

Gowthamabuddha Shikshana samsthe , Sindhagi (2 cottages)

 

6

 

Amoghasidha Shikshana Samsthe , Hegadihala

 

7

Bijapur

Sri Venkateshwara Shikshana Samsthe, Kanakadasa extn,, Bijapur (4 cottages)

 

 

 

CHITRADURGA DISTRICT

 

1

Chitradurga

Sadguru Kabeerananda Vidyapeeta, Kabeeranandanagar, Karuvinakatte, Chitradurga

 

2

 

Sri Varakenchambikeshwara Vidya Samsthe (R), Hallikere, (Sri. Narahariswamy Destitute Children's Home, Challakere

 

3

Hosadurga

Sri. Tharalabalu Jagadguru - Destitute Children's Home, Sanehalli Hosadurga Taluk

 

4

 

Sri. Jagadguru Murugarajendra Vidya Peetha, Bruhanmatt, Matada Kurubarahatti, Chitradurga

 

5

 

Sri. Akkamahadevi Balikashrama, Kelakote Rasthe, Citradurga

 

6

 

Mahila Seva Samaja (R) Chitradurga , Obavva Balikashrama, Next to DCC Bank, Chitradurga

 

7

Hiriyur

Matha Sharadadevi Sevashrama, Mahila Mandali, Imangala, Rangenahalli, Hiriyur Tq. (2 cottages)

 

8

 

Sri. Tharalabalu Jagadguru Destitute Children's Home , Sirigere

 

9

 

Sri Basaveswara Vidya Samsthe (R), Garehatti, Chitradurga

 

10

Chitradurga

Ashrayadhama Destitute Children Home and Grameenabhivrudha Samsthe, Seebara, Chitradurga Tq.

 

 

 

CHIKMAGALUR DISTRICT

 

1

 

Sri. Chowdeshwari Destitute Cottage, Sri Rambapuri Mutt, Balehonnur, NR. Pura

 

 

 

CHAMARAJANAGAR DISTRICT

 

1

Chamrajnagar

Dheenabandhu Children's Home (R),   Behind Forest nursery, PWD Colony,Chamrajnagar

 

2

Kollegal

Shree Malemahadeshwara Swamy Krupa Vidya Samsthe, Mahadeshwara Betta,Kollegal Taluk

 

3

Kollegal

Shree phalahara Prabhu Deva swamy Vidya Samsthe, Bandalli, Kollegal Tq.

 

4

Gundlupet

Shree Niranjana Shivayogi Vidya Samsthe(R), Hangala, Gundlupet Taluk

 

5

Gundlupet

Shree Gangadhareshwara Vidya Samsthe(R) , Somahalli, Gundlupet Tq.

 

 

 

CHIKKABALLAPUR DISTRICT

 

1

Chikkaballpura

Smt. Venkatanarasamma Gurukulashrama, K.V. Trust, Chikkaballpura

 

2

Chintamani

Al-farook Welfare Trust , Chintamani

 

3

Chintamani

Ajad-Darool Uloom Economic Education Trust , Mohamadpura, Chintamani Taluk

 

4

Chintamani

Vani Education Trust, Chintamani

 

 

 

DAVANGERE DISTRICT

 

1

Jagalur

Shree Onkara Huchanaga Lingaswamy Rural Vidya Samsthe , Mushtur, Jagalur Tq.

 

2

Harihar

Shree Jayadeva Haleshwara Vidya Samsthe, Sri. Nagamma-Sri Gowdru Halappa Destitute Home, Halehallapura, Harihar

 

3

Harihar

Shree Guru Karibasaveshwara Gaddige Vidya Samsthe, Ukkadagathri, Harihar Tq.

 

4

Davangere

Gayathri Grameena Vidya Samsthe , Mayakonda, Davangere Tq.(2 cottages)

 

5

Davangere

Premalaya Destitute Children home , MCC, A Block, Davanagere

 

6

Davangere

Shree Maithri Mahila Mandali , Doddabathi, Davangere Tq.

 

7

Harihar

Shree Shakthi Mahila Mandali ,Guthur Colony, Harihar Tq.

 

8

Davangere

Smt. Puttamma Destitute Home Mahila Mandali, Ambedkar Circle, Agadi Road, Davangere.

 

 

 

DHARWAD DISTRICT

 

1

Dharwad

Honnamma Shikshana Samsthe , Near Tolgate, Hubli Road,Dharwad

 

2

Dharwad

Karnataka Integrated Britain Society, Dharwad

 

3

Hubli

Vishwa Dharma Women & Children Shikshana Sevashram samithi, Veerapura Oni, Hubli (4 cottages)

 

4

Hubli

BAPU Vidyavardhaka Sangha , Good Shepherd Orphanage Destitute Home, Chalukya Nagar,Gadag Road, Hubli

 

5

 

Janmabhumi Samsthe, Kalghatgi,

 

 

 

GADAG DISTRICT

 

1

Shirahatti

Shree Shivayogishwara Prasada nilaya , Hebbala, Shirahatti Tq, Gadag (2 cottages)

 

2

Gadag

Shree Manju Shikshana Samsthe, Destitute Children's Home , Rangavadhootara Nagar, Betageri,-Gadag, Gadag Dist.

 

 

 

GULBARGA DISTRICT

 

1

Gulbarga

Sri. Shadakshari Siddarameshwara Education Society, Kotanur (D), Gulbarga Taluk

 

2

Aland

Mahatma Gandhi Education Society, Aland

 

3

Afzalpur

Sri. Datta Balasevashrama Destitute Children's Home, Devalaganagapura. Afzalpur taluk

 

4

Jevargi

Sri. Jagadguru Thontadarya Vidyapeetha Shivananda Anathashrama, Sonna, Jevargi Taluk (3 cottages)

 

5

Jevargi

Sri. Jagadguru Thontadarya Vidyapeetha Deenabhandu Anathashrama, Nelogi, Jevargi (3 cottages)

 

6

Gulbarga

Bharathiya Mangarudi Welfare Association, Punam Destitute Children's Home, Bapunagar, Gulbarga

 

7

Gulbarga

Sanjeevini Education Society - Destitute Children's Home, Chowdeshwari Colony, Gulbarga

 

8

Gulbarga

Zohra Women and Children's Welfare Trust, P&T Colony, Gulbarga (3 cottages)

 

9

Gulbarga

Mahaboob Subhani Education Society Destitute Children's Home, Newjilanabad, Gulbarga (2 cottages)

 

 

 

HASSAN DISTRICT

 

1

Hassan

Blue Mountain Education Society, Race Course Road, Hassan

 

2

Hassan

Sharif Charitable Trust,     Hassan

 

 

 

HAVERI DISTRICT

 

1

Hirekerur

Mruthyunjaya Vidyapeetha, Hamsabhavi, Hirekerur taluk

 

2

Hanagal

Arunodya Vidyavardha Samsthe , Kalla Hakkala oni, Hanagal taluk

 

3

Byadagi

Kanakadasa Vidyasamsthe , Kaginele, Byadagi taluk (Camp Byadagi)

 

4

Ranibennur

Gramaseva Mantapa Hanumanamatti, Ranibennur taluk (Camp Ranebennur)

 

5

Byadagi

Siddarameshwara Grameena Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Chikkabasur Byadagi taluk

 

6

Savanur

Gurukula Shikshana Samsthe,   Hoovina Siggali, Savanur

 

7

Haveri

Dr. B.R.Ambedkar Shikshana Samsthe, Kasavalli Masika Bldg., Basaveshwaranagar, Haveri

 

8

Byadagi

Guru Hucheshwara Grameena Vidya Samsthe, Guddada Mallapura, Byadagi taluk

 

 

 

KODAGU DISTRICT

 

1

Madikeri

Kodagu Shishu Kalyana Samsthe - Kaveri Destitute Cottage,Madikeri

 

2

Virajpet

Kyatharin Seethaden Destitute Cottage, Virajpet

 

 

 

 

KARWAR DISTRICT

 

1

Karwar

Touhid Education Society, Mother's Home,Kaju Bhag,Karwar (2 cottages)

 

2

 

Arunodaya Vidyavardhaka Samsthe , Mundgod

 

3

Karwar

Pragathi Education Welfare Society,  Bharathana halli, Kundargi post,Yallapura,Karwar

 

4

Honnavar

Mahila Sahakari Mandali , Haldipura, Honnavar

 

5

Karwar

Ashra Education Society , Kaju Bhag, Karwar

 

 

 

KOPPAL DISTRICT

 

1

Yalburga

Vidyananda Gurukula Shikshana Vishvastha Mandali Destitute Home Kukanur, Yalburga Taluk

 

2

Koppal

Karnataka Vidyavardhaka Samithi Destitute Home, Alavandi, Koppal

 

3

Kushtagi

Sri. MariShanthaveera Mahaswamy rural education Insittution, Hiremannapura, Kushtagi Taluk

 

4

Yalburga

Thrilingeshwara Vidhyavardhaka Samithi, Neharu Smaraka Makkala Vasathi Gruha,   Mudhol,Yalburga Taluk

 

 

 

KOLAR DISTRICT

 

1

 

St. Pauls Boys Home , KGF.

 

2

Kolar

Millat Welfare Trust , Millat Nagar, Kolar

 

 

 

MANGALORE DISTRICT

 

1

 

Bharath Sevashram , Sevadham, Kanyana, Bantwala, Dakshina Kannada

 

2

Mangalore

Mangala Sevashrama , Kuttarapadavu, Mangalore

 

3

Mangalore

St. Alloycian Boys Home , kotekar, Mangalore

 

4

Mangalore

Eshwarananda Mahila Sevashrama , Kankanadi, Mangalore

 

5

Mangalore

Prajna Counselling Centre , Kankanadi , Mangalore

 

6

Mangalore

Abhaya Ashraya,  Konaje, Mangalore

 

7

 

Ramakrishna Samaja, Kabaka, Puttur

 

8

 

Bapuji Balaniketana , Alike, Bantwal

 

9

 

Chaitanya Sevashrama, Achavara, Sulya

 

10

 

Almadeena Islamic Complex , Manjanadi, Mangalathi, Bantwal

 

11

 

Ramanama Bhakta Mandali,  Kanyadi, Dharmastala.

 

 

 

MANDYA DISTRICT

 

1

Mandya

St. Thomas Mission society , Mandya

 

2

Nagamangala

Shri Bhaktanatha Swamy Nirgathika Makkala Kutira , Adichunchanagiri Kshetra, Nagamangala Taluk

 

 

 

MYSORE DISTRICT

 

1

K.R. Nagar

Sri Adichunchanagiri Gurukula Anathalaya Destitute Home, Chunchanakatte, K.R. Nagar Tq.

 

2

Mysore

St. Anthony Destitute Home, Goodshepherd Convent, Mysore

 

3

Mysore

Vaishali Education Society Destitute Home , Siddartha Nagar, Mysore

 

4

Mysore

Sri Jain Education Society Destitute Children's Home , No.4, Manandawadi Road, Mysore

 

5

Mysore

Vasantha Education Society Destitute Home, No.664, Bannur Main Road, Yaraganahalli, Mysore

 

6

H.D. Kote

Sri. Chandramouleshwara Destitute Children Home, Madapura, H.D. Kote.

 

7

Mysore

Chamundi Makkala Mane Nirgathika Makkala Kutira, No.A, 2nd stage, Brundavana Layout, Mysore

 

8

Nanjangud

JSS Destitute Children's Home , Hullahalli, Nanjangud Tq.

 

9

Nanjangud

JSS Destitute Children's Home, Sutthur, Nanjangud Tq.

 

10

Nanjangud

Bireshwara Education Society Destitute Children's Home , Yadiyala, Nanajangud taluk

 

11

K.R.Nagar

Jagadguru Sri Renukacharya Destitute Children's Home, Karpuravalli, K.R.Nagar taluk

 

 

 

RAICHUR DISTRICT

 

1

Manvi

Sevashrama , Sakim Kavithala, Taluk Manvi

 

2

Devadurga

Adijambhava Education Society , Sakim, Devadurga taluk, Devadurga

 

3

Lingasugur

Veerashaiva Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Lingasugur Sakim, taluk Lingasugur

 

4

Lingasugur

Vijaya Mahanthesha Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Sakim, Mudgal taluk, Lingasugur

 

5

Lingasugur

Sri Sanghameshwara Vidyavardhaka Sangha, Sakim, Sajjalagudda taluk, Lingasugur

 

 

 

RAMNAGARAM DISTRICT

 

1

Kanakapura

Sri. Nirvana Swamy Anathalaya, Sri. Degula Mutt, Kanakapura

 

2

Magadi

Shri .Mahalingeshwara Vidyarthi Nilaya, Kanchugal, Bandematt, Banawadi post,Magadi Taluk

 

3

Kanakapura

Sri Shivayogi Muneeshwara Swamy Vidya Peeta , Marale Gavi Mutt, Kanakapura

 

 

 

SHIMOGA DISTRICT

 

1

Sorab

Shivalingeswara Vidyavardha Sangha, Moodi, Sorab Taluk

 

2

Shimoga

Sarvadharma Anathashrama, Gopala , Shimoga

 

3

 

Kanakadasa Vidya Samsthe, Holehonnur/ Holebenavalli

 

4

Sagar

Sri Jagadguru Linganandaswamy Gurukulashrama, Anandapuram, Sagar Tq.

 

5

 

Sri. Basava Seva Samsthe , Shikaripura

 

 

 

TUMKUR DISTRICT

 

1

Kunigal

Sri Urigaddigeshwara Vidya Samsthe, Bettahallimatt, Kunigal Taluk

 

2

Sira

Al-Ameen Education Society , Sira

 

3

 

Mahendra Vidya Samsthe, Gubbi

 

4

Kunigal

Vidyothama Vidya Samsthe, Kunigal

 

5

Kunigal

Phirangiswamy Gurukulashrama Vidya Peetha, Gavimatt, Kunigal taluk

 

6

Tiptur

Sarvodaya Vidya Samsthe, Tiptur

 

7

Tumkur

Bapuji Vidya Samsthe, Tumkur

 

8

Tiptur

Paradeshi Kendraswamy Vidyapeetha, Rangapura, Tiptur Tq.

 

9

Tumkur

Sri Veerabhadraswamy Vidya Samsthe, Susheela Bldg., 7th Cross, SS Puram, Tumkur-2

 

10

Gubbi

Sri Siddarameshwaraswamy Vidyarthinilaya, Bettahallimatt, Gubbi Taluk

 

11

Sira

Sri Gurugunda rahmeshwaraswamy Destitute Home, Pattanayakanahalli, Sira Taluk

 

12

Tumkur

Dalitha Mahasabha (R) , No.154, B.T. Road, Belawadi, Tumkur

 

13

Madhugiri

Olanadu Vidya Samthe, Arya Harijana Vidyarthi Nilaya, Shira Gate, Madhugiri

 

14

Tumkur

Sri. Sai Ram Charitable Trust , Bommliongeswara Nilaya, Krishna Nagar, 1st Cross, Kyathsandra, Tumkur.

 

 

 

UDUPI DISTRICT

 

1

Kundapur

Spoorthy , Kadur, Koteshwara, Kundapur Taluk

 

2

Kundapur

Namma Bhoomi, Kundapur

 


h. Observation Homes

Sl.No

District

Taluk/ Place of Home

Name and Address of the Observation Home

Phone Nos.

1.

Bangalore

Bangalore

Government Observation Home, Market Street, Siddhartha Layout, Opp. Madiwala Police Station, Madiwala, Bangalore-560 068

25521342

2

Shimoga

Shimoga

Government Observation Home , Nayak Colony, Saulanga Road, Shimoga 577 201,

223157

3.

Mysore

Mysore

Government Observation Home, HIG 965 6th Main Road, Vivekananda Nagara II Stage, Kuvempu nagar, Mysore 570 023

2363753

4.

Dharwad

Dharwad

Government Observation Home, D.C. office Compound Dharwad 580 001

2441775

5.

Gulbarga

Gulbarga

Government Observation Home, Opp.Chandra- shekar Patil Stadium, Gulbarga - 585 101

2218244

6

Dakshina Kannada

Mangalore

Children's Home, Bondala, Behind Women Polytechnic, Mirakulu village, Mangalore.

2485401

7

Bellary

Bellary

Government Observation Home, Siriguppa Road, Bellary – 583101

268923

8

Bijapur

Bijapur

Government Observation Home , Station Road, Bijapur - 586 101.

251226

9

Bangalore (Rural)

Bangalore

Observation Home , No: 07, 2nd Cross, Nagarabhavi, Bangalore – 560072

-

10

Kolar

Bangarpet

Observation Home , Maskam, Andersonpet, KGF – 563601

374337

11

Udupi

Udupi

Observation Home, Nittor Road, Udupi – 576103

-

12

Chikamagalur

Chikamagalur

Observation Home , No: 3560, Market Road, Housig Board Colony, Chikamagalur – 577101

220025

13

Belgaum

Belgaum

Observation Home , Sector No: 12, CBC No: 7313, Malamaruthi Layout, Belgaum

256622

14

Bidar

Bidar

Observation Home , No: 12, Hadageri, Hyderabad Road, Bidar – 58500

226872

15

Mandya

Mandya

Observation Home , C/O. T.T. Saraswathi/ K.S.Shivaram,No:2365, 1st cross, Marigowda Layout, Mandya

220902

16

Raichur

Raichur

Observation Home, Mantralya Road, Raichur – 560029

223166

17

Tumkur

Tumkur

Observation Home, c/o U.C. Nagaraja Rao, Building, No: 100, Katha No: 1639, 4th Main, 5th Cross, Devegowda Layout, Sadhashivanagar, Tumkur – 572101

2214802

18

Bagalkot

Bagalkot

Observation Home, C/O, Children Home for Boys, Sector No: 5 , Navanagar, Near Yemanurappa darga, Bagalkot

237286

19

Chitradurga

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office, Chitradurga

230462

20

Chamarajnagar

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office, Chamarajnagar

224720

21

Koppal

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office, Koppal

222703

22

Uttara Kannada

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office, Karwar

226761

23

Chikballapur

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office, Chikballapur

270808

24

Davangere

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Davangere

264056

25

Gadag

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Gadag

220711

26

Gadag

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Hassan

267218

27

Haveri

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Haveri

249005

28

Kodagu

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Kodagu

228010

29

Ramnagaram

 

Observation Home, C/O. Deputy Director Office,Ramanagar

7273036


i. Children’s Homes for Girls

Sl.No

District

Address of the Children’s Home

Phone Nos.

1

Bangalore

Superintendent, Shishu Mandir (Below 6 yrs), Hosur Road, Bangalore-29

26569344

2

Bangalore

Superintendent, Children' Home, Hosur Road, Bangalore-560 029

26563392

3

Bijapur

Superintendent, Children's Home, C/o Reception Centre, Bijapur – 566101

278838

4

Bidar

Superintendent, Children's Home, Bidar-Hyderabad Rd, No.262-63, Ladagere, Bidar 585401

226542

5

Chamarajnagar

Superintendent, Children's Home, Housing Board Colony, Near J.S.S. Girls High School, Chamarajanagar - 571 313.

225711

6

Davangere

Superintendent, Children's Home , Sreeramnagara, Industrial Estate,Lokikere Road, Shirumagondana halli post, Davangere 577 005

292730

7

Gadag

Superintendent, Children's Home , C/o. IBJH, P.B. Road, Betageri, Gadag - 582 101

221705

8

Gulbarga

Superintendent, Children's Home, C/o State Home for Women, Old Jail, Aland Road, Gulbarga – 585101.

2444756

9

Gulbarga

Superintedent, Children Home for Mentally Retarted Girls, Gulbarga.

-

10

Dharwad

Superintendent, Children's Home, Gantikere, Christian Colony, Hubli-580 020

2363388

11

Dharwad

Superintendent, Children's Home for Mentally Retarded Children, Hubli

2377750

12

Hassan

Superintendent , Children's Home, Shankarapuram, Hassan – 573 201

268754

13

Karwar

Superintendent, Children's Home, Beach Road , Karwar 581 301

226501

14

Mysore

Superintendent, Children's Home – Chikkaramane, Lalitha Mahal Road,                     Mysore-570 011

2472576

15

Raichur

Superintendent, Children's Home, C/o Remand Home Building,Mantralaya Road, I.B.Road, Raichur-584101

223166

16

Belgaum

Superintendent,Children's Home, Yaliamma Gudda Road, Saundatti-581126

222209

17

Tumkur

Superintendent, Children's Home, Near Govt. College, Tumkur 572 102

2201006

18

Udupi

Superintendent, Children's Home , Nittur Road, Udupi-576103

2580220

19

Kolar

Muskan Road, Andersonpet, KGF 563601

 

20

Hubli

Gautikere, Christain Colony, Hubli

 

21

Uttara Kanada

Beach Road, Karawara (U.K)

 


j. Children’s Homes for Boys

Sl.No

District

Address of the Children’s Home

Phone Nos.

1

Bangalore

Superintendent, Home for Mentally Retarded Children , Hosur Road, Bangalore-560029.

26565329

2

Bangalore

Superintendent, Children' s Home , Hosur Road, Bangalore-560 029

26561226

3

Bagalkot

Superintendent, Children's Home, Navanagar, Housing Board Colony, Vidyagiri, Bagalkot - 587 102

237286

4

Bellary

Superintendent , Children's Home (Jr) , Siraguppa Road, Bellary-583101

267716

5

Bellary

Superintendent, Children's Home (Sr), Cantonment, Bellary-583104

242065

6

Bellary

Superintendent, Home for Mentally Retarded Children (Sr), Bellary- 583104

-

7

Belgaum

Superintendent, Children's Home, Shivaji Nagar, Belgaum 590 002

2470785

8

Bijapur

Superintendent, Children's Home (Jr) , Afzalpur Takke Road, Bijapur-580101

270094

9

Bijapur

Superintendent, Children's Home (Sr), Managooli Road, Settlement Area, Ibrahimpur, Bijapur-586101

277126

10

Bidar

Superintendent, Children's Home , Milur Road, Near Land Army Corpn., Bidar-585403

225714

11

Chitradurga

Superintendent, Children’s Home , Metehalli Road, (Ayyappa Swamy Temple), Near Bannimatt, Chitradurga.

224768

12

Davangere

Superintendent, Children's Home , Opp. Water Tank, P.J. Extension, Davangere-577004.

260618

13

Gadag

Superintendent, Children's Home (Sr), Industrial Based Juvenile Home, Gadag-582101.

2546344

14

Gulbarga

Superintendent, Children's Home, Pragati Colony , Surbag Darga Road, Gulbarga-585102.

475261

15

Hassan

Superintendent, Children's Home , Harshamahal Road, Vijayanagar, Hassan-573201.

268754

16

Haveri

Superintendent, Children's Home , Ranebennur 581 115

266289

17

Hubli

Superintendent, Children’s Home, Old Remand Home Building, Unkal Cross, Hubli – 580031

2372061

18

Kolar

Superintendent, Children's Home , Maskam Road, Andersonpet, KGF-563601

274634

19

Belgaum

Superintendent, Children's Home , Jamboti Road , Khanapur-591302

222272

20

Koppal

Superintendent, Children's Home, Indrakila Nagar, Gadag Road, Koppal - 583 231

231525

21

Mysore

Superintendent, Children's Home , No.75, Rajendra Nagar, JP Nagar Main Road, Mysore-570007

2488419

22

Kodagu

Superintendent, Children's Home , No. 15/139, College Road, New Extn.,     Madikeri-571 201

28220

23

Mandya

Superintendent, Children's Home , Ramanahalli, III Cross, Hosahalli Extn.,Mandya 571 401.

Sharada Nilaya, IInd Cross Marigowda Extension, Mandya

 

220743

24

Raichur

Superintendent, Children's Home, 1-9, Azad Nagara, Niya Talab Area, Raichur 584 101.

223087

25

Shimoga

Superintendent, Children's Home, Halkola, Shimoga – 577201

251511

26

Uttata Kannada

Superintendent, Children's Home , Yellapura Road, Near LIC Office, PWD Road, Sirsi-58140

236520


k. Special Homes

Sl.

No

District

Address of the Institution

Phone Nos

1.

Bangalore

Superintendent, Special Home for Girls, Observation Home , Next to Madivala Police Station, Hosur Road, Bangalore

25521342

2.

Dharwad

Superintendent, Special Home for Boys, Observation Home , D.C. office Compound, Dharwar 580 001

2441775


l. After Care Homes For Men

Sl. No

District

Address of the Institution

Phone Nos.

1.

Bangalore

Superintendent, After Care Home for Men, Unit attached to Govt. Juvenile Home for Boys, Hosur Road, Bangalore -560 029.

26561226

2.

Bangalore

Superintendent, After Care Home for Men, Unit attached to Institution for Mentally Retarded Children, Hosur Road, Bangalore - 560 029.

26565329

3.

Belgaum

Superintendent, After Care Home for Men , Remand Home Building, Shivajinagar, Belgaum - 590 016

2472142


m. Reception Centres

Sl. No

District

Address of the Institution

Phone No.

1

Bangalore

Superintendent - Reception Centre , Old Remand Home Building, Dharmaram College (Post), Bangalore-560 029

26567039

2

Uttara Kannada

Superintendent - Reception Centre , Karwar-581301

226726

3

Kolar

Superintendent - Reception Centre , Maskam Road, Andersonpet, KGF – 563 601

275579

4

Shimoga

Superintendent – Reception Centre, Observation Home, Shimoga

 


Sl No.

District

Address of the Institution

Phone No.

1

Belgaum

Superintendent, State Home for Women, Athani, Belgaum dist

251263

2

Bangalore

Superintendent, State Home for Women, Near Juvenile Home for Boys, Hosur Road, Bangalore-560 029,

26561713

3

Bellary

Superintendent - Stree Seva Niketan , Siriguppa Road, Bellary-583 103,

267535

4

Davangere

Superintendent - State Home for Women , No.2651, II Main Road, MCC B Block, Behind Gundi Mahadevappa Choultry, Davangere-577 003

262808

5

Gulbarga

Superintendent - State Home for Women, Old Jail, Aland Road, Gulbarga -585 101

274441

6

Dharwad

Superintendent - State Home for Women, Old Remand Home Building, Unkal Cross, Hubli – 580 031

2373873

7

Mysore

Stree Seva Niketan, No. 976, Geetha Road, Chamarajapuram, Mysore – 570 011

2333918

8

Udupi

Superintendent- Stree Seva Niketan, Nittur Post, Udupi-576 103.

2580359


0. Shishu Gruhas run by Government

SL. No

District

Name and Address

Phone Nos

1

Bangalore

Shishu Mandir 2 units ,

Correctional Institution complex Near Kidwai hospital , Hosur Road Bangalore 29 shishumandira@gmail.com

26569344

2

Dharwad

Shishu gruha, Children’s Home for girls,                                                                                        Gantikere, Christian Colony, 3rd cross , Near bondigere Police Station , Hubli- 580020

95836-2363388

3

Gulbarga

Amulya Shishu gruha, Children’s home for girls ,                                                                                C/o State Home for Women, Old Jail Aland Road , Gulbarga - 585101

958472-244756


p. Licensed Agencies to place children in in-country and inter–country adoption

SL NO

District

Name and Address of the NGO

Phone Nos.

1

Bangalore

Secretary, Ashraya Children’s home, Jawan’s Quarters, BDA park, Double Road, Indiranagar 1st Stage, Bangalore – 560038                                                       ashchild@airtelbroadband.in

25251929

2

Bangalore

Director, M/s Canara Bank Relief and Welfare Society, 27th Cross, Banashankari 2nd Stage,Bangalore – 560070                                                           mathruchaya@hotmail.com

26718067               26713421

3

Ramnagaram

Superintendent, Preethi Nilaya - Holy Angels Convent,                                                                Society of sisters of Charity, Snehalaya Socio – Medical Releif Center, solur post, Magadi Taluk.

27703425                27757235                  Fax:080- 25273944

 

4

Bangalore

Secretary, St. Michael’s Home, 80 ft. Road,Indira Nagar Post, Bangalore-560038            stmichaelshome@vsnl.com

25282811

5

Bangalore

Director, Shishu Mandira , No. 17/11 Cambridge Road , Ulsoor, Bangalore–38 shishumandirec@vsnl.net

25547628              25300094

6

Bangalore

Executive Director, Vatsalya Charitable Trust , No, 717, 5th Cross , HRBR Layout ,Kalyan Nagar, Bangalore –43                                                              Vatsalya88@rediffmail.com                                                                      Vatsalya1988@gmail.com

25457360

7

Bangalore

Director, Anantha shishu Nivasa, No.245,Bull temple Road , N.R . Colony , Bangalore – 560019                                                                                   Anathashishu@gmail.com

080- 26508641

8

Bangalore

Superintendent, Nirmala Shishu Bhavan, Missionaries of Charity , Hennur Main Road, Banglaore - 84

080-25474993


q.  Licensed agencies to place children in In - Country Adoption

SL No

District

Name and Address of the NGO

Phone Nos.

1

Bangalore

Director, Anantha Shishu Nivasa , No. 245,Bull Temple Road , N.R. Colony, Bangalore – 560019

26508641

2

Mysore

Manager, Bapuji Children’s Home , 151/F 4th cross, Gokulam III Stage, Mysore – 02

95821-2510738

4

Bangalore

Superintendent, Nirmala Shishu Bhavan, Missionaries of Charity , Hennur Main Road, Banglaore - 84

25474993

5

Hassan

Secretary, Kamadenu Sahakari Vidya-shrama, Chaitanya Mandira, Gavena Halli Bypass Road, Hassan – 573201

9448220780

6

Udupi

Secretary, Spoorthi Rural Development and Training Society , Spoorthi Dhama, Beloor, Kedur post ,Kundapura Taluk -576231

95820-2507958

7

Davanagere

Secretary, Vanitha Samaja , No: 145, 2nd Main 2nd cross, P.J Extenstion , Davanagere – 577002

958192-250818

8

Belgaum

Secretary, Swami Vivekananda Seva Pratishana, Nyay Marg , Subhash Nagar, Belgaum – 590016

95831-2473919

9

Udupi

Managing Trustee, Sri Krishna Charitable Trust , No.4/156,Near Ambalpadi Ramamandir, Udupi

95820-2528180 Fax: 2533401

10

Chickmagalur

Secretary, Sarvodaya Samaja Seva Samsthe , Kadrimidri, Ambele Hobli, Malalur Post, Chickmagalur-577133

958262-210763

11

Chamarajnagar

Secretary, Jeevana Jyothi Trust , Sri.Mahadeshwara College Road, PB No.20, Kollegal Taluk.

958224- 256183

12

Shimoga

Secretary, Sri.Vidya Bharathi Education Trust , Mahila Samaja Building, Near City Municipal Office, Shimoga-577201

958182- 275820

13

Gadag

Secretary, Seva Bharathi Trust,  Rajpoot Road, Betageri, Gadag-582102

958372-245069

14

Bangalore (R)

Secretary, Paraspara Trust , C/o Nanjundaiah, Railway Gollahalli, Nelamangala Taluk, Bangalore(Rural).

9580- 23472701/ 23478301

15

Haveri

Secretary, Spandana Association, Chamundeshwari Colony, Near Bus Stand, Bankapur, Shiggaon Taluk, Haveri District.

958378- 254289/

254601


r. Scrutinising Agency & Co- Ordinating Agency

Sl . No

Name and Address of agency

Phone Nos

1

Karnataka State Council for Child Welfare , No . 135, Shishurakshna , Nandidurga Road, Jayamahal extension, Bangalore – 560046                                                                  ksccwblr@gmail.com

23330846

2

Adoption Co–ordinating Agency - IYC Community Centre, 1st cross , 2nd Community Centre , 1st Cross , 2nd Block R.T.Nagar, Bangalore – 560032                                                 acakarnatka@gmail.com

23435548


s. Ujjawala

Sl . No

Name and Address of agency

Phone Nos

1

Sarvodaya Service Society,Siddlaghatta Road, Vijayapur, Devanahalli Taluk, Bangalore (Rural)

 

2

Sneha Education and Development Society, #23, Shivananda nagar, 14, 2nd main road,

Gamanagatti road, Hubli-Dharwad

 

3

Vidyaranya Education Development Society, Mandur, Virgonagar, Bangalore 560049

 

4

Sri Mukkaneshwara Educational Trust, 6th Ward, Guggarahatti, Bellary 583102

 

5

Supreme Educational Institutions, Near I.B. Saraf Buildings, behind Venkateshw ara Theatre, Hunagunda, Bagalkot

 

6

Bellary Self Employment Training Centre and Rural Development Society, HUDCO Colony, 3rd Cross, Gadag 582103

 

7

Ujjawala Kendra (Kodagu District) Annapurna Association, Chintamani Nagar, Harihar 577601, Davanagere,

 

8

Ujjawala Kendra (Gadag District), Sunita Welfare Association, No 87, KHB Colony, Davanagere

 

9

Ujjawala Kendra (Chikmagalur District) Sri Shakti Association (R), Guttur Post, Harihar, Davanagere

 

10

Sri Maitri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Dodda Baati, Davanagere

 

11

Ujjawala Kendra (Shimoga District), Surabhi Mahila Mandali, #313, 34th Main, 1st Cross, S Nijalingappa Layout, Davanagere

 

12

Sri Hanuman Seva Samiti, KHB Colony, Solapur Road, Bijapur 586103

 

13

Basava Karya Samiti, Shed No S 9, Industrial Estate, Gandhigunj, Bidar 585403

 

14

Ujjawala Kendra (Bidar District), Sangameshwara Education Society, Gandhigudi Layour, Shah bazaar, Gulbarga

 

15

Mahadevi Tayi Mahila Sangha, Alanda Colony, Alanda Road, Gulbarga 585106

 

16

Seva Andhara Samsthe, 1st Main Road, Maruti Nagar, Ranibennur, Haveri District

 

17

Veerabhadra Swamy Education Society, Susheela Building, 7th Cross, S S Puram, Tumkur 572102

 

18

Ujjawala Kendra (Ramnagaram District) , Veerabhadra Swamy Education Societ, Susheela Building, 7th Cross, S S Puram, Tumkur 572102

 

19

Sri Sharanajyoti Education Association Harjnal, KHB Colony, Solapur Road, Talakote, Bijapur

 

20

Siddheshwara Rural Development Society, Tajmahal Ahmed Building, Chickpet Road, Hiriyur, Chitradurga District

 

21

Sri Hoysala Educational Institution, Nergale Village, Davanagere Disrtict

 

22

IDARI, G R Desai Building, Haveri

 

23

Society for Education and Economic Development (SEED) , Hanumanthappa Mudagkar Building, (opp Europe Tailors) Koppal District

 

24

Integrated Development Organisation, Godoti Nagar, Gulbarga

 

25

HELP, Vedavi Nagar, Hiriyur Taluk, Chitradurga District

 

26

Ujjwala, Veerendra Patil Nagar, JDA Layout, Sedam Road, Gulbarga

 


t. Financial Assistance to NGOs for the welfare of working children in need of care and protection


Sl . No

Name and Address of agency

Phone Nos

1

Sri. Shakti Association, Guttur colony, Harihar, Dist Davangere, Karnataka

 

2

Srurabi Mahila Mandali 8 th Main road, P.J.Extension Dist Davangere, Karnataka

 

3

Snheha Bharati Education Society, Chamarajnagar, Karnataka

 

4

Vidyanarayan Education and Development Society, Channarayapattana, Dist Hassan

 

5

Sunitha Welfare Association, KHB Colony, Davangere, Karnataka

 

6

Self Employment Training and Rural Development, Gadag Karnataka

 

7

Sri Maitri Association, Sugar Factory Road,Doddabathi Dist Davangere

 

8

Sri. Bhubaneshwari Education and Development Society, Kundapur Taluk Udupi

 

9

Bhuvaneshwari Association , Doddi Beedi, Harihara, Dist Davangere

 

10

Annapurna Association, Chintamini Nagar, Harihar Dist Davangere

 

11

Laxmi Bai Education Society, Murki Tq Aurad, Dist Bidar, Karnataka

 


u. Financial Assistance to NGOs running Street Children/Childline projects

Sl . No

Name and Address of agency

Phone Nos

1

Baswa Karya Samiti,Kotgyol, Post Nittur(V) Taluqa-Bhalki, District Bidar. Karnataka

 

2

Sri Maitri Mahila Mandali, Sri Maitri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Doddabathi Post, Davengere Distt.

 

3

Sri Shakthi Association, Guttur, Harihar, Davengere Distt.

 

4

Annapurana Association, Chintamani nagar, Harihar, Davengere. Karnataka

 

5

Sri Surabee Mahila Mandali, Shimogra Karnataka

 


v. De-Addiction Centres

Sl. No

District

Name of the NGO

Address of De-addiction centres

1

Bangalore (Urban)

CAIM-Charitable Society, 46/2, Hesaraghatta Road , Dasarahalli, Bangalore

Ph:080-28391328, 65300442

CAIM-Charitable Society , No. 46/2 , Hesaraghatta Road , Dasarahalli , Bangalore

Ph: 9343767461 (S. Jayanth)

2

Bangalore (Urban)

Seva Sangama No. 1163 , Dr. Rajkumar Road, Prakashnagar, Bangalore-21

Ph: 080-23324648

Seva Samgama Treatment-cum- Rehabilitation Centre, 33/34, Ist Main, Ganesha Block, Mahalaxmi layout, Bangalore

Ph:9341255911 (Dr. Ramalingaiah)

3

Bangalore (Urban)

Freedom Foundation, 180, Hennur Cross, Bangalore.

Ph:080-25449766, 25440134

Freedom Foundation, 180, Hennur Cross, Bangalore.

Ph:080-25449766, 25440134

4

Bangalore (Urban)

Priyadarhini Medical & Education Trust, No.43/3, 2nd Cross, Ullal Main Road, Muneswaranagar, Bangalore-56

Ph: 080-28482018

Priyadarhini Medical & Education Trust, No.43/3, 2nd Cross, Ullal Main Road, Muneswaranagar, Bangalore-56

Ph: 9342383564 (Dr. G.S. Paramesh)

5

Bidar

Kittur Rani Channamma Mahila Mandali, 19, KHB Colony, Bidar

Ph:08482-229944, 224167

Sri. Shivayogi Siddarameshwara De-addiction & Rehabilitation Centre, Opp. Bal Bhavan, Bidar.

Ph:9886659849 (Guramma Siddareddy)

6

Bidar

Nittur Education Society, Nittur, Bhalki, Bidar

Nittur Drug-De-addicton-cum-Rehabilitation Centre, BVB College Road, Bidar Ph:9343834647, 9448585010

(Basavaraj Patil)

7

Bijapur

Sri Haralaiah hithavardhaka Sangha, 95, KHB Colony, Sholapura Road, Bijapur.

Sri J.L. Kabade De-addiction Centre, 95, KHB Colony, Sholapura Road, Bijapur.

Ph: 9448646357 (Laxmi Kundargi)

8

Bellary

Sri Maithri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Doddabhathi, Davangere Ph: 08191-80645

Sri Maithri De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, No.713-A, 3rd Cross, Nehru Colony, Bellary.

Ph: 9448272524 (Shankar Patil)         9886388194 (Kumar)

9

Belgaum

Hope Anti Addiction Action Group, 28/12, 18th Cross, Malleshwaram, Bangalore-55

Ph:080-23485317

HOPE Recovery Centre, BC 75, Jamaalpur Road, Belgaum

Ph:0831-2400150

10

Belgaum

Annapurna Association, Chintamani Nagar, Guttur Post, Harihar-01, Davanagere

Annapurna De-addiction Centre,  Mangalwar pet, Tilakwadi, Champa Building, Belgaum.

Ph:0831-2424396

11

Chikmagalur

Shri Shakthi De-addiction cum- Rehabilitation Centre. Guttur Colony, Harihara, Davangere

Ph: 08191-240003, 240004

Shabari Nilaya, By Pass Road, Chikamagalur

Ph: 08262-21151,        9945221004 (Shashi Kumar)

12

Chitradurga

DATE Charitable Society, 279, 4th Cross, Jayachamarajendra Extn., Chithradurga.

Ph:08194-231800

DATE De- addiction Centre, 279, 4th Cross, Jayachamarajendra Extn., Chitradurga.

 9845509861 (Dr. Shivanna)

13

Davanagere

Shri Shakthi Mahila Mandal. Guttur Colony, Harihara, Davangere Ph:08192-240004

Tapovana Multi Speciality Hospital (De-addiction- cum- Rehabilitation Centre), Doddabathi, Davangere

Ph:08192-291822

 9945221004 (Shashi Kumar)

14

Dharwad

Shri Maitri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Doddabathi, Davangere

Ph:08192-571162

Shri Maitri De-addiation-cum-Rehabilitation Centre, Shikthi Nagar, Bindal Cross, Hubli.                                                             Ph:0836-2242248, 2240446,    9448272524 (Shankar Patil)

15

Gadag

Shri Maitri Association, Sugar Factory Road, Doddabathi, Davangere

Ph:08192-571162, 291630

Sri. Maithri De-Addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, D.No.39/13 &14, Opp. to RTO Office, Zoo Cross, Hubli Road, Gadag.

Ph:08372-320920, 233937,     9448272524 (Shankar Patil)

16

Hassan

Sri Bhuvaneshwari Association, Doddabeedi, Harihara, Davanagere.

Sri Bhuvaneshwari De-addiction Hospital, Buvenhalli, B.M.Road, Hassan

17

Haveri

Sri Annapurna Association, Chintamani Nagar, Harihara, Davanagere. Ph:08192-240982

Sri Annapurna De-addiction Centre, Choushetty Building, Karamattahalli Road, Haveri Dist. Ph:08375-249373

18

Kolar

Ramana Maharshi Trust For Disabled Person, Parandahalli Road, Via KGF Bangarapet Taluk, Kolar Dist.

Ph:08153-273610

Ramana Maharshi 15 beded Hospital for Drug De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Opp. Ankala Parameswari Temple, Parandahalli Road, Via KGF Bangarapet Taluk, Kolar Dist.

Ph:9449245969 (K.M. Chalapathi)

19

Koppal

Sri Surabhi Mahila Mandal , 8th Main, P.J. Extn., Davangere

Ph:08192-320913, 223486

Sri Surabhi De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, J.H. Patel Nagar, Kennal Road, Koppal Ph:08539-320824

20

Kodagu

Shri Shakti Association, Guttur Colony, Harihara, Davangere

Ph:08192-240003, 240004

Tapovana Multi Speciality Hospital, Thyagaraj Colony, Madikeri. Kodagu

Ph:08272-594432, 9945221004 (Shashi Kumar)

21

Mandya

River Valley Organisation for Rural Development, No.28, Sri Ranga Patna, Mandya .

Ph: 08236-252775

River Valley De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Chandagal Road , Srirangapatna , Mandya-571438.

Ph:08236-252848

22

Mandya

Dhwani Institute for Rural Development, T.B. Extn., Nagamangala, Mandya

Ph:08234-285002

Rajiv Gandhi De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, 2nd Cross, Behind Sihineera Kola, Near Holalu Circle, Mandya

Ph:08232-223332, 230984, 9448494414 (Naganna Gowda)

23

Mysore

Smt. Ramabai Ambedkar Education Society, Adi Chunchanagiri Road, Opp. Police Station, Kuvempu Nagar, Mysore.

Ph:0821-6453531

Smt. Ramabai Ambedkar Education Society Drug De-Addiction centre, 32/C, Anjanadri II Stage, Near Maharshi School, Industrial Suburb, Vishweswaranagar, Mysore-570023.

Ph:9880447698 (C.M. Nagaraj)

24

Dakshina Kannada

Prajna Counselling Centre, Dr. Mascarenhas Lane, Falnir Road, Kankanadi, Mangalore

Ph:0824-2432685

Prajna De-addiction Centre, 10.122/211, Babylon House, NH-17, Ujjodi, Gorigudde, Mangalore -575 002

Ph: 9343567445 (Hilda Rayappan)

25

Dakshina Kannada

The Society of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Tarbes, Stuti Ramya , Nilgiri Road, Mysore-4

Ph:0821-2483125

Cantous Innovative Project , Fr. Patrao Hospital , Darbe, Puttur, D. Kannada

Ph:08251-239283

26

Dakshina Kannada

Link Anti-addiction Citizens' Committee, Janatha Kendra, Behind Mangaladevi Temple, Bolar, Mangalore

Link De-addiction Centre, Behind Vittal Rao Road, Bolar, Mangalore

Ph:0824-2426890

 9448327209 (T. S. Thomas)

27

Ramnagaram

Sri Manikyadara Education Society, No.5, Siddalingeswara Nilaya, Nirwaneshwara Nagar, Opp. KSRTC Depot, Ramanagaram Road, Bangalore

Ph:080-27522340

Sri Manikyadara EducationSociety Alcoholic & Drug De-addiction and Rehabilitation Centre, Kanaka nilaya, MHS Road, Kanakapura-17

Ph:080-27522340

 9449552031

28

Shimoga

Surabhi Mahila Mandal , 8th Main, P.J. Extn., Davangere

Ph:08192-254333, 230424

Surabhi De-addiction cum Rehabilitation Centre, Door No.80, 3rd Cross, Near Tunga Canal, Rajendra Nagar, shimoga.

Ph:08182-320916

29

Shimoga

Capuchin Krishik Seva Kendra, Dayalbagh Ashram, P.O.Box 1, Ujire, Dakshina Kannada

Asha Kiran De-addiction Centre, New Jedikatte, Kavalagundi Post, Bhadravathi

Ph: 08182-246292

30

Tumkur

Abhyudaya Centre For Humanity & Rural Development, Siddaganga, 5th Main, 8th Cross, S.S.Puram, Tumkur Ph: 0816-2279463

ACHRD De-addiction cum - Rehabilitation Centre, 1st Main, Ashok Nagar, Tumkur

Ph: 9845296471 (Mala Sadashivaiah)


Citizen’s Charter Formulation and Dissemination

Publicity modes of Citizen’s Charter

This charter will be publicised through the following means

  • The charter will be printed in Kannada and English languages and distributed to all DD and CDPO offices, with copies sent to all functionaries up to Supervisor level
  • The soft-copy of the Citizen’s Charter will be uploaded on the department website - www.dwcd.kar.nic.in
  • A Summary Charter as given in the annexure will be painted on AWC wall
  • Charts will be prepared and displayed at all the CDPO and DD offices
  • All Supervisors will explain the Citizen’s Charter to all AWWs and AWHs during Monthly meetings within 3 months of release of charter
  • Copy of Citizen’s Charter will be mailed/ e-mailed to key NGOs and experts
  • Class on Citizen’s Charter will be included in all staff training (Induction and Refresher) courses

Composition of Working group for Citizen’s Charter

Name

Responsibility

Joint Director, Administration

Joint Director, ICDS

Joint Director, PDM

Project Director, Stree Shakti

Assistant Director, Bangalore North

DPO, Mysore

CDPO, Tumkur

Smt Bharati, Supervisor, Bangalore North

Smt V Radha, AWW, Vishvesharaya Kendra Circle, Bangalore

Smt Latha, AWW, Yeshwantpur Circle

Smt Varalakshmi, AWW Associaiton President

Shri Shamanna, AWW Association President

NGO Representative, Akshara Foundation

Chairman

Member Secretary

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member


Details of consultations held for preparation of current version of Citizen’s Charter

The consultations for formulation of the Citizen Charter with various stakeholders were conducted as follows:

S No

Version Number

Date of Consultations

Stakeholders Consulted

Modes of consultation

1

1.0

March 2009

Beneficiaries – Mothers of Children, Pregnant and Lactating Women

Focus Group Discussions, Questionnaires

May 2009

Local Community - Bal Vikas Samiti members, SHG members, GP members,

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires

May 2009

DWCD Department staff– AWHs, AWW’s, Supervisors Health Department staff– ANMs, LHV’s, BHEO, Medical Officers, THO

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews, Meetings

June 2009

Experts, Academicians and Researchers, NGO’s, Sector experts

Workshops, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews

September 2009

Beneficiaries – Mothers of Children, Pregnant and Lactating Women

Citizen Survey on Sectoral Standards

October 2009

DWCD Department staff–ACDPOs, CDPOs, DPOs, Head office staff

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews, Meetings

December 2009 to February 2010

Working group for Citizens Charter

Meetings & Reviews


Conclusion

Citizens' responsibilities.

  • To help the Directorate in creating awareness about the various schemes and programmes of the DWCD for the general public.
  • To join hands with the government, in its fight against atrocities on women and children and ensure that any infringement of the law is brought to notice of the authorities.
  • To rehabilitate downtrodden and abused women, and children in distress, through self motivated efforts, and bring them into the mainstream of society.
  • To prevent the misuse of the Directorate schemes and programmes by un-deserving people
  • To join hands with the government to ensure that the benefits reach the right beneficiaries in time without intervention of middlemen
  • To prevent anti social forces from entering the scene at various stages.
  • To inform the Director/ higher officer in writing, if any employee asks for bribes.
  • To provide feedback, and complaints if necessary, to effect improvement in service delivery

Further Information

Information about the dept's programmes for the benefit of the public

  • Handbooks, annual reports, training and pamphlets pertaining to the various programmes of the department have been prepared at the state headquarters, which can be viewed during working hours.
  • To promote the programmes of the department awareness camps, workshops, satellite based programs and publicity advertisements, through Akashavani (AIR- All India Radio), Newspapers and Doordarshan are being issued.
  • The details about the various programs can be obtained from office of the child development project officers of the respective taluks and deputy directors of districts.
  • The details about the programs of the Directorate can also be found at the dept's web site www.dwcd.kar.nic.in

Document Revision Sheet

Sl No

Version Number

Date of Release

Reason for modification

Stakeholders Consulted

Modes of consultation

1

1.0

30-Jun-2010

First version of Citizen’s Charter

Beneficiaries – Mothers of Children, Pregnant and Lactating Women

Citizen Survey on Sectoral Standards, Focus Group Discussions, Questionnaires

Local Community - Bal Vikas Samiti members, SHG members, GP members,

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires

Experts, Academicians and Researchers, NGO’s, Sector experts

Workshops, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews

Health Department staff– ANMs, LHV’s, BHEO, Medical Officers, THO

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews

DWCD Department staff– AWHs, AWW’s, Supervisors, ACDPOs, CDPOs, DPOs, Head office staff

Focus Group Discussions, Structured Questionnaires, Interviews, Meetings

Working group for Citizens Charter

Meetings

2

 

 

 

 

 

Note: A new version number must be entered with the above details for each new release of the document 

The details about the programs of the Directorate can also be found at the dept's web site www.dwcd.kar.nic.in
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