About Us

About Us

About Us

Jai Bheem
Vikas Shikshan Sansthan

Jai Bheem 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 whole 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 fifteen 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.

Objectives 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 sections 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

  • Mr. Tulsidas Raj, a prominent social reformer and social activist stands out as an exceptional leader and an unwavering advocate for the Dalits, marginalized and voiceless people.  Known for his tireless crusade against the oppression of Dalits and people of marginalized sections of the society and his unwavering commitment to ensure every Dalit’s fundamental rights, sets an unmatched standard in the field of social reforms. 

  • Tulsidas Raj was born in year 1963 in Rajasthan to a family of Dalits from the village of Dediya, near to Phalodi in Jodhpur district. He grew up in a lower middle-class family, his parents were farmers and resided in the Dalit populated locality of Dediya village in Jodhpur.  Tulsidas attended school at Govt. Primary School, Ramdevra and then Sumer School in Jodhpur city. He began his higher secondary education in the core stream of Commerce.  He attained his Bachelor degree from Jai Narayan Vyas University, Jodhpur in Commerce. After completing education and being a helping hand to his parents in agriculture, he started searching out for a job. After some efforts, he got selected for a government job of Clerk in Rajasthan State Revenue Department and joined the service in Phalodi in year 1987.

  • In that era, casteism was at height in the society. On the day of joining, he was introduced among his fellow workers and had to disclose his caste/community. Staff was a mix of various casts and religion. Knowing him a Dalit community member everyone was not happy. So, what staff did with him shocked his soul deep inside. Staff made contribution and collected some amount and purchased a separate ‘Matka’ (drinking water pot) for him and told him that this separate pot is for only him as he belongs to lower caste (Meghwal). He was restricted to drink water from other water pots from which other staff persons of higher casts used to drink. Anyhow he tolerated this.

  • Later, at regular intervals of time Tulsidas faced many events of discrimination in various forms and felt insulted every time. A thought came into his mind that – “Being educated and a government employee, if I am being insulted so many times, then what will be the situation of other people of my community? What they would be facing? Most of them are also illiterate and poor too…”. One day, he got fed up of tolerating insults and finally submitted Resignation from his services in January 1990.

  • From there, he decided to work for the betterment of Dalit community and other marginalized/deprived sections of the society and started making efforts towards bringing them into the social mainstream. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar became his ideal and he started to follow the Philosophy of ‘Baba Saheb’. He used to wander from village to village without anyone’s support, educate children of Dalit & marginalized sections of the society and spread the preachings of Dr. Ambedkar.

  • On January 16,1993 efforts of Tulsidas were named as JAI BHEEM VIKAS SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN and it got registered under Rajasthan Societies Act, 1958 as a Non-profit, Non-religious, non-government organization and the noble work flowed further through this stream.  Organization also started working on other issues of Dalit/marginalized communities like Discrimination, Untouchability, Basic human Rights/ Fundamental Rights, Social exclusion, Women violence, Girl education, Women violence, Children etc.

  •  In year 2000, he came in contact with UNNATI, Ahmedabad and got a fellowship and started further work in Shergarh, Jodhpur. He also got linked to Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) as party belonged to Dalits and also worked with Mr. Kashiram, BSP Supremo for many years for betterment of Dalit community. Thereafter he stood a prime member of ‘Rajasthan Dalit Force’. He headed the ‘Bandhua Mazdoor Mukti Abhiyan’ and helped in rescue of more than 3000 Dalit Bonded labors all over Rajasthan who were living a pitiful and miserable life and also rehabilitated them. This was done in association with Govt. machinary. With his efforts CM of Rajasthan Mr. Ashok Gehlot formed a board for Dalits and Nomadic tribes by the name of “Rajasthan Rajya Vimukt, Ghumantu & Ardh-Ghumantu Kalyan Board”. He also contributed in SC/ST sub plan revision, Rajasthan Tenancy Act 1955 Section 42 (B) etc. As his team continued to make efforts, various projects started coming by and today he’s a well-known name in Rajasthan in the field of Dalit Rights and welfare.

Few Words from

Our Director

Dear Friends, I am thrilled to welcome you to the official website of our esteemed NGO – JAI BHEEM VIKAS SHIKSHAN SANSTHAN. As the director of this organization, it is an honor to have you here and I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude for your interest in our mission. 

As we embark on this journey together, I invite you to explore our website and learn more about our ongoing projects, completed projects, events and ways you can get involved. Your support and participation are invaluable as we continue to work towards a better, brighter future for all. Thank you for joining us in our mission to make the world a better place. 

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