GOPALNAGAR SHUVAYAN is a non-profit organization of Gopalnagar, Purulia started its journey in 1997. It has been Twenty three years of excitement, hope, occasional bouts of disappointment, and lots of good learning outcomes for children. This has been done with the help of over different donors of our society who, over the Twenty three years, have given us the contribution of their hard-earned money. This has also been done with the help of many people – the members within Gopalnagar Shuvayan, the volunteers who have implemented programs in communities, the support teams in administration, accounts, auditors, and many others.

The activities of Gopalnagar Shuvayan is linked with the idea of the “Village”. The Village comprises all stakeholders outside the classroom who are important to the process of education in schools – parents, Gram Panchayat members, elected representatives, School Development and Monitoring Committees (SDMCs), and youth.

Two of the innovations that the organizations brought to the communities the urrent year is standard. Over the years, the organization has empowered many women to set up their learning centers and generate a meaningful income for their families. And this has been done across the state. From the slums of Manbazar Block in District Purulia West Bengal to child-center operators in rural communities in Purulia West Bengal, it has seen stories of change for the better.

Gopalnagar Shuvayan is Registered with the Registrar of Societies and the type of NGO is Registered Societies (Non-Government) bearing the WEST BENGAL XXVI OF 1961 and the Registration Number is S/86220. The city and state of registration are Purulia and West Bengal. The date of registration is 28/02/1997. Our Unique Id of VO/NGO is WB/2018/0222053.
In respect, we express our heartiest appreciation to the local administration. I also want to thank all my members, volunteers, donors, supporters and well-wishers who cooperate with the N.G.O. with active participation to succeed in all our welfare activities.

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