women's health education and cultural development organisation

Motivation

Change is not stagnant water. It is like a coursing river. In 2006 - 2007, as per the decision of the executive committee, and after realising that only through imparting knowledge it will be possible to bring changes in the lower strata of the society it was decided to rename the organisation as GnanaJyothiSamsthe. Through this organisation it has been creating awareness to women and men in the 65 wards laying stress on Legal education, health, domestic system, nursing and nourishing children, solid waste management, comfort centre and economic reforms of women. In recognition of this Nehru Yuva Kendra organisation has honoured this organisation by giving award.

Awards

Later in 2008-2009 the Kitturu Rani Chennamma award of Karnataka Government, which is given to those who have served in the field of women's upliftment, was given to our founder Secretary SmtHemavathi in recognition of her service. The award was conferred by the Chief Minister Sri.Yediyurappa and Sri Narendraswamy who was the Minister of Women and children development along with the cabinet members in the banquet hall of Vidhanasoudha. After this increased responsibility, the president of our organisation and other office bearers delegated the responsibility of getting the benefits given by the Government offices and expanding the field of work to the Secretary.

Supports

Many politicians who watched the popularity among the masses, especially women, from close quarters tried to involve her in politics. But she chose social service over politics. Instead she formed many programmes like information about Government scheme to people, counselling, leadership awareness counselling, distribution of tailoring machine to widows, free legal aid to victims of atrocities against women, women related workshops, family counselling etc., and made GnanaJyothiSamsthe synonymous with comfort for the downtrodden women of all the 65 wards, belonging to all communities. It has given solace, avareness, aid, protest and achievement of goal which is recognised by the Suddikaigannadi newspaper which conferred 'MysoreRatna' and 'MysoreNakshatra' awards. This and the award given by Women and children welfare social welfare departments of Mysore Corporation has helped our organisation create its footprints in the city and towns.

Achiever

Shrimati Hemavathi was chosen as the president of Mysore District Strishakti organisation. This helped her to increase her field of opertions resulting in more stress to monetary empowerment of women, free tuition classes to failed students of SSLC with the collaboration of MysoreCity Corporation, beautician, fashion designing, Spoken English, finding market for the articles produced by women. Recognising the planning and efficiency of our secretary, she was appointed as member of the complaint redressal committee which was formed as per the order of the Supreme Court of India, by the Deputy Commissioner Sri Manivannan. The additional Magistrate Sri Betsurmat provided NanjarajaBahaddurChoultry for 7 days free of cost for creating market for the articles created by the members of the organisation. This helped to inspire women in finding market for their produce. Sri Sureshkumar Law Minister who participated in this program praised that this organisation was a role model for all organisations in the state.

Our Services

As a result of this many eatables were supplied to the canteens of BEML and L&T, and market was provided for the Jariwork and Jariworksarees. Loan schemes from different banks were provided. In this way GnanaJyothiSamsthe has given solace to the backward poor communities, men and women in the districts of Karnataka. This endeavour of providing solace, inspiration is inspired by many officials of the corporation, Corporation commissioner Raikar, Additional District Magistrate Sri Naganayak, several intellectuals, elders, notables and politicians. We request the continuance of their cooperation and assistance for expanding our operation of providing from the affluent to the needy in future.