Saturday, December 26, 2009

Career Guidance Program – Kumbhawade Gramasth Sangh

Kumbhawade Gramasth Sangh, Mumbai was organized fund raising event and celebrated their annual program on 25th Dec 2009, on this special occasion sangh has invited to pragatee foundation for conducting Career Guidance Program for their society students. Program was organized in Damodar Hall, Parel Mumbai. There were huge crowd approximately 1000 people were gathered together from Mumbai and village kumbhawade District Sindhudurga.
Pragatee foundation President Mr. Kiran Rane and guest Mr. Snehal kamble along with Advisor Mr. sachin kamble guide students about various career available in IT field and management field. Program was attended by MLA Mr. Pramod Jathar and MLA Mr. Bal Nandgaonkar. Pragatee foundation President Mr. Kiran Rane honored by Mr. Vasudeo Kate president of Kumbhawade Gramasth Sangh. Pragatee foundation contribute some fund in form of advertising to full fill object of Kumbhawade Gramasth sangh. Mr. Rane wishes all the best to kumbhawade Gramasth Sangh for raising fund for their school building.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Swine Flu Public Awareness Campaign-Rally (SFPAC)

On Saturday 15th Aug 2009 Pragatee foundation, mumbai (regd.) organisation has neen arraged swine flue awarness rally. It is noticable that it includes all students and volunteer of pragatee foundation. President Mr. Kiran Rane purposely avoid any political leader or any celebraty personality in participant. There are 100 to 150 students and 20 volunteers cum officer from paragatee foundation took active part in rally.
On occasion of 62nd National Freedom day pragatee foundation decided to make society from swine flue evil. During this rally pragatee shows various banners, hoardings and distributed handbills about H1N1 virus. Also distributed handbills about how to protect yourself from swine flue what precautions should you take to avoid swine flue infections. Pragatee foundation try to minimise scarecity about swine flue amoung the society. Student usage various slogans and posters to educate people.
 Rally was started exactly at 10am in the moring from Ghatkopar (west) to Ghatkopar(east). It covers area like Ghatkopar railway station, M.G. Road, LBS marg, Jagdoosha nagar, Amrut nagar, Parksite, Shreyas cinema, Laxmi nagar, Nityanand nagar, Ghatkopar depot., 90 feet road, Ghatkopar pant nagar, Ghatkopar east railway station. Ghatkopar police station has been provided special police protection van and 6 staff members for smoothly conducting rally.    

Monday, March 9, 2009

World Women’s Day (Jagtik Mahila Din )

JAGTIK MAHILA DIN was celebrated widely on 8th MARCH 2009 by pragatee foundation, Mumbai. Mrs. Pawanpreet Kaur Duggal a Treasurer of Pragatee foundation enlightened the women about the need of education in becoming self dependent.
She was also focused on subject of killing of daughters in rural area. we have produced a street play on the subject of the PC-PNDT Act called ‘Bitiya Na Maro’. Mr. Pramod of Creative group and his troupe will perform the street play, which would be of 15-20 min. duration.
We were focused on the dire consequences of the falling sex ratio in our society and nation. 

In addition, we will be bringing forth the ways in which a common person can make a difference in preventing sex selection in the community. We are positive that you feel as strongly as we do about the evil practice of sex selection prevalent in our society. It is with this belief that we seek your kind permission to stage the play within the precincts of your esteemed organization between 15 April – 29 April 2009, in the 10am-1pm or 2pm-5pm time slot.
We request you to indicate a suitable timing for staging the play that would assure an audience of 100-150 Doctors/Lawyers/Nurses/Students/Community in General.


India is growing dynamically in every fields. Today, the boom in economy, innovative technologies and improved infrastructure has become nation’s pride. The country has witnessed advancements in all fields but bias against a girl child is still prevailing in the country
This social evil is deep rooted in Indian ethos and the most shocking fact is that the innovative and hard high end technologies are brutally killing the Indian girl child. Innovative techniques, like biopsy, ultrasound, scan tests and amniocentesis, devised to detect genetic abnormalities, are highly misused by number of families to detect gender of the unborn child. These clinical tests are highly contributing to the rise in genocide of the unborn girl child. 

In today’s day and age most couples prefer the process known as a planned pregnancy, because of various factors; prime amongst them being the financial well being to support the birth and nurturing of a child. In such cases, the first prenatal visit actually happens prior to actual pregnancy, to see whether one is ready to go off the contraception pills and conceive a baby.
The nation of mothers still follows a culture where people idolizes son and mourns daughters. UN figures out that about 750,000 girls are aborted every year in India. Abortion rates are increasing in almost 80% of the India states, mainly Punjab and Haryana. These two states have the highest number of abortions every year. If the practice continues, then no longer a day will come when Mother India will have no mothers, potentially, no life.
We all are proud citizens of India. The need of hour is to realize our responsibilities and give a halt to this evil crime. What can we do to curb the brutal and undesirable practice of mass killing girls? A determined drive can initiate a spark to light the lamp and show the world that we all are part of the great Mother India.
On the occasion of 07th April world health day Pragatee foundation decided to conduct project “Betiyan” in Mumbai and surrounding area. Pragatee foundation arrange series of plays about importance of Girl/female  in our life. We cannot survive our life without girl / female. 

Sunday, January 4, 2009


Andhra Karnataka Sangh, Bharatratna Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Vidyalaya and Jr. College, 301 (p), Sant Kakkaya Marg, Dharavi, Mumbai – 40001, approach pragatee foundation to conduct Eye Check-up camp on 3rd Jan 2009 between morning 10am to afternoon 2:00 pm. Pragatee foundation is always ready to conduct such social activities. We have contacted to our regular doctors and K.B. HAJI BACHOOALI HOSPITAL, Mumbai to send their team to conduct Diagnostic eye camp. All patients registered in the camp for cataract surgery will be brought in our bus and operated FREE OF COST at K. B. HAJI BACHOOALI HOSPITAL and dropped them back at the campsite. Prominent publicity should be given to this fact.

Camp was organized by Pragatee foundation with help of local corporator and chairman of Andhra Karnataka Sangh Mr. Shankar Santi. Hon. MP Mr. Eknathji Gaikawad and Hon. MLA Mrs. Varshatai were present to inspect the camp. Camp was successfully organized and approximately 300-400 people were check-up their eyes. 10 cases were detected for cataract operation and were operated absolutely free of cost at K. B. HAJI BACHOOALI HOSPITAL. All Expenses was bare by pragatee foundation. President Mr. Kiran S. Rane, Seretary Mr. Haresh Pagare, Trustees Mr. Krishna bokka and Dr. Baba L Meshram were present during entire camp time. Exhibition about Eye and Care was also organized during this camp.