About Us

About Us

Jai Bhim
Vikas Shikshan Sansthan

Jai Bhim Vikas Shikshan Sansthan was established on 16 January 1993, mainly working on two core themes:
Fundamental Rights and Livelihood of the marginalized communities in the western and eastern
parts of Rajasthan. The organization has addressed hundreds of cases of land encroachment and
atrocities by mobilizing the oppressed and advocating with the law enforcement agencies. The
organization has been steering the Dalit rights campaign from the last eight years in the area and
has formed more than 160 community-based groups of male and female activists. The
organization is closely working and advocating at gross root level against issues of atrocities,
discrimination and violence. In its broader sense its efforts are towards ending untouchability,
caste-based discrimination and exclusion.

Objective Of
Our Organizaton

  • To aware and organize the deprived and marginalized community on the daily life issues.
  • Motivating the women to empower their status, rights and interventions in the society.
  • To spread awareness and do advocacy on the issues of gender and violence against
    women and Dalits.
  • Development of awareness and understanding the society for child rights and advocacy
    for the same.
  • Extend interventions towards village development and cleanliness.
  • Mobilize the people to get benefits from the government policies/schemes.
  • Provide relief and rehabilitation at the time of natural calamities.
  • Capacity building of Dalits, women and backward Panchayat Raj representatives.
  • Organization provides vocational training for women and youth empowerment in a way
    to develop both socially and economically.

Our Mission

  • To aware and organize vulnerable and marginalized section of the society, especially Dalits, women and children so that they may improve their living standards by asserting their control over all the aspects affecting their lives.

Our Vision

  • As an NGO focused on the formation of a society founded on justice and equality, we firmly believe that these values are not just aspirational but are fundamental to the well-being and progress of any community.


How Our Journey Started

  • Our journey began with a shared vision to tackle pressing social issues and drive sustainable change. It was ignited by the collective passion of individuals who believed in the power of community and the potential to make a tangible difference.
  • As per the census of 2011, Jodhpur which is in western Rajasthan with a population of 2886505 (Male – 1513890 Female – 13726715), a sex ratio of 907 and literacy rate of 56.67%. Here Shergarh is the most backward block. This block is near the boundary of Jaisalmer district, and
    because of the odd geographical location, people are economically and socially backward. To travel to nearby villages, they have to walk 3-4kms and then further take a bus.
  • These people reside at a distance of more than 8 kms from the Panchayat headquarters and hence cannot avail the benefits of government welfare schemes. The area is socially backward with the majority population belonging to the Dalit community. Here Dalit atrocities are common. 
  •  According to the Indian Constitution all citizens are equal and the law does not permit discrimination on the basis of caste, class, creed or religion. The government has implemented several laws to prevent discrimination of the marginalized sects of the society but many places are yet to reap its benefits. This happens because they lack proper education. These sects of the society remain socially and economically backward.
  • Main Caste -Meghwal, Mahajan, Brahman, tailor, Rajput, Raika, Kumhar, Jat, Musalman, Gwariya, Lohar, Bheel, Valmiki, Dholi, Rao, Rawna Rajput, Rajpurohit, etc.
  • Main Occupation- Agriculture, construction, furniture, transport, mining etc.
  • Drinking water- The level of water is below 400-500 feet. People living in this area lack access to clean drinking water and often have to build water tanks near their place of residence or have to resort to buy water which puts a financial burden on them. Average rainfall in Shergarh block is 22 mm, which is low in comparison to average rainfall in India.

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