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Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha (JBGVS), established in 1987, since then, JBGVS continues to touch the lives of the underprivileged people, primarily in rural areas as well as in the urban localities surrounding the production units and establishments of Bajaj Group.

Presently, JBGVS works in three states viz: Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Uttarakhand where working directly (P1) in 297 villages (Pune 75, Aurangabad 130, Wardha 40, Udham Singh Nagar 22 and Sikar 30). Including P1, P2, and P3 projects, JBGVS has been working in 479 villages across these three states.

The Urban areas in Pune, Aurangabad has majority of the Urban Development Programs. In Pune, Urban Initiatives being implemented in 5 slums and 70 Primary Schools of Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation (PCMC) and in Aurangabad UDP being implemented in 6 villages.

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  • No of State: 3
  • No of Districts: 5
  • No of Tahsil/Taluka: 100+
  • No of Villages: 500+

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JBGVS has started working towards development of Pune since 1987. After exiting a few villages from Andra Maval area, 4 new villages in Nane Maval area; viz. Adle Budruk, Done, Divad and Ovhale, were selected for future developmental work.During the year, 958 families covered by different livestock and support activities through the doorstep delivery services approach.67 improved cows and buffaloes supported o 67 families, 574 Goats supported to 142 economically weaker and ultra-poor families specially of Katkari community.Education is the focus area of JBGVS. In the year 2018-19 in 164 Schools adapted for infrastructure development, students learning ability development programs, E-learning, school furniture program etc., which helps to 12002 students.


JBGVS has been working in the district since 1990.A mega Water conservation project with reputed NGOs. As per the DPR, the project will cover 110 villages of Gangapur Taluka of Aurangabad District. Shri.Devendra Phadnavis, Chief Minister, Maharashtra inaugurated (on 4 March 2018) the largest single cluster water conservation project of our country in Gangapur block of Aurangabad district of Maharashtra which will cover 110 villages Under animal husbandry, three training programmes are organised timely. JBGVS has conducted 25 eye check-up camps in which 4500 persons were checked and spectacles given to patients. Two SHG training programmes were organized in which 59 women members participated.


JBGVS has been working in the district from 2011. Under school infrastructure development, work was undertaken on school room repairs and building sanitation complexes. Library books were provided to three schools. A device was provided to 22 schools to download education programs on tab/mobiles. Slogans on education were displayed in the villages to aware villages for importance of education. Under Bajaj Drishti Project in which 8045 villagers examined and 2500 spectacles were provided. JBGVS co-ordinated with Sevagram hospital and arranged Cataract operation for 28 persons free of cost. Under animal husbandry, 14 cows, 3 buffaloes & 10 goats were distributed. SHG trainings at village Kosurla & Bhagwa were organized in which 35 members participated along with120 students.


JBGVS has been working in the district from 2010 . Under school infrastructure development, 5 sanitation complexes have been constructed. Construction of a new school building in Jamnalal Bajaj School started in Kashi-ka-baas. In all, 3 waste disposal training programs were organized in which 60 villagers participated. Health/ nutritional awareness programs, check-up camps, government schemes and Kishori Vikas awareness programs were organized, which benefitted 1079 kishoris. Mahila melava was organized in which 55 women participated. JBGVS received Bhamashah Samman from Government of Rajasthan

Udham Singh Nagar

JBGVS has been working in the district from 2014. Under school infrastructure development, 2 school rooms were repaired/constructed. Under informal education, extracurricular activities like drawing competitions, hand writing competitions etc. were conducted in all schools. Health awareness, cleanliness programs, check-up camps and Kishori Vikas programs were organized across different locations. Women, trained as multi-purpose workers (MPWs), continued to reach out to the families at the village level. Tree plantation, awareness on waste disposal and drinking water were conducted. Vocational training programs on various marketable skills like tailoring , beauty parlour etc. were conducted for women. Awareness programs on social issues were organized with SHGs.