FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP & GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM BY PRAGATEE FOUNDATION

Pragatee Foundation organized a FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP and GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM on occasion of birth Anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj on 19th February 2017 at Shirvane Village, Senior Citizen Club , Navi Mumbai.

 

Senior Citizen Club is having more than 500 members who benefited through Pragatee Foundation’s Free Health Check-up Camp. Eye check-up and complete body check-up with ECG test were conducted in association with Mumbai’s famous hospital Seven Hills Hospital. Patients who were found with heart problems and health problem would be treated in the hospital free of cost through this medical camp. Cataract Eye Surgery patients were also found and would be treated free of cost in Mumbai’s well-known hospital. All expenses will be borne by Pragatee Foundation.

 

As a part of awareness campaign Pragatee Foundation organized GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM for members of Senior citizen club. Senior scientist Mr. Manas Ray and his colleague Mr. Parag Modi from STPI delivered speech and made a special presentation with practices to present audiences. Pragatee foundation’s Mr. Kiran Rane translated into the local language and trained the audiences about cash less transaction. During this seminar trainer focused on various important topics like Type of Digital transactions, mode of digital payment, available options to perform digital payment, safety and security in digital payment, importance of Aadhar card link bank account etc.

 

Program was co-sponsored by Navi Mumbai’s Vimal Foundation and Govt of India’s STPI. Program was organized by Pragatee Foundation in association with Vimal Foundation & Seven Hills Hospital, cosponsor by ITM Group of Institute, Vimal Catering, YUVA PRAGATEE, and Tulsi herbal product. ITM Group of Institute’s Mr. Manohar Shingate and Mr. Sagar Gole informed audiences about various courses available to HSC passed out students in ITM. Free tea and snacks were provided by Vimal Catering services.

 

Pragatee Foundation’s Mr. Kiran Rane, Mr. Rakesh Wani, Mr. Chinmay Chavan, Mr. Pranay Dhamal, Mr. Hrishikesh Mhatre, Vimal Foundation’s Mr. Prakash Dhasal, Mr. Aakash Dhasal, Mr. Vikas Dhasal, Mr. Jabbar, Senior Citizen club’s Mr. Nemane, Mr. Baile and Mr. Naik were present during this event.

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FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP & GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM BY PRAGATEE FOUNDATION

Pragatee Foundation organized a FREE HEALTH CHECK-UP and GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM on occasion of birth Anniversary of Shivaji Maharaj on 19th February 2017 at Shirvane Village, Senior Citizen Club , Navi Mumbai.

 

Senior Citizen Club is having more than 500 members who benefited through Pragatee Foundation’s Free Health Check-up Camp. Eye check-up and complete body check-up with ECG test were conducted in association with Mumbai’s famous hospital Seven Hills Hospital. Patients who were found with heart problems and health problem would be treated in the hospital free of cost through this medical camp. Cataract Eye Surgery patients were also found and would be treated free of cost in Mumbai’s well-known hospital. All expenses will be borne by Pragatee Foundation.

 

As a part of awareness campaign Pragatee Foundation organized GO CASHLESS DIGITAL LITERACY PROGRAM for members of Senior citizen club. Senior scientist Mr. Manas Ray and his colleague Mr. Parag Modi from STPI delivered speech and made a special presentation with practices to present audiences. Pragatee foundation’s Mr. Kiran Rane translated into the local language and trained the audiences about cash less transaction. During this seminar trainer focused on various important topics like Type of Digital transactions, mode of digital payment, available options to perform digital payment, safety and security in digital payment, importance of Aadhar card link bank account etc.

 

Program was co-sponsored by Navi Mumbai’s Vimal Foundation and Govt of India’s STPI. Program was organized by Pragatee Foundation in association with Vimal Foundation & Seven Hills Hospital, cosponsor by ITM Group of Institute, Vimal Catering, YUVA PRAGATEE, and Tulsi herbal product. ITM Group of Institute’s Mr. Manohar Shingate and Mr. Sagar Gole informed audiences about various courses available to HSC passed out students in ITM. Free tea and snacks were provided by Vimal Catering services.

 

Pragatee Foundation’s Mr. Kiran Rane, Mr. Rakesh Wani, Mr. Chinmay Chavan, Mr. Pranay Dhamal, Mr. Hrishikesh Mhatre, Vimal Foundation’s Mr. Prakash Dhasal, Mr. Aakash Dhasal, Mr. Vikas Dhasal, Mr. Jabbar, Senior Citizen club’s Mr. Nemane, Mr. Baile and Mr. Naik were present during this event.

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Cap on marriage expenses, loud DJ music, Fireworks proposed by MP, J&K shows the way.

A bill introduced by an MP from Bihar Ranjeet Ranjan, wife of MP Pappu Yadav, wants those spending above Rs 5 lakh to contribute towards marriages of poor girls.

Jammu and Kashmir has banned big fat weddings in the State by limiting number of guests to be invited and number of dishes to be cooked at marriage functions.

“It should be ensured that there is no wastage of any food items uncooked or cooked during the wedding functions. If there are some surplus food items (cooked), it should not be thrown into dustbins but provided to deserving people and old age homes after properly preserving and packing,” reads the order.

It stated that taking into consideration the complaints of people, it has been decided by the government to ban fat weddings in the State.

“The number of guests to be invited for the marriage of daughter (barat) and marriage of son should be restricted to a maximum of 500 and 400 people respectively. Only 100 people should be invited to attend like engagements and other small functions,” reads the official order.

As per the order, the number of vegetable and non-vegetable dishes to be cooked in marriage and other functions should be restricted to a maximum of seven each besides two stalls of sweets or fruits.

In Kashmir, wazwan, the traditional Kashmiri cuisine, is served during the marriage functions.  The wazwan is prepared by traditional local chefs, known as ‘Wazas’, who specialize in cooking the mostly mutton-based feast.

The government has said the order to restrict number of dishes and number of guests in marriage and other functions will come into effect in the State from April 1 this year.

It further stated that there shall be complete ban on sending dry fruits and sweet packets, etc with invitation cards by any person to relatives, friends, guests, invitees, etc.

The government has also ordered ban on use of amplifiers, loudspeakers and firecrackers during the private and official functions.

“There shall be complete ban on use of amplifiers, loud speakers, fire crackers in any government or private social functions,” reads the order adding “It will save the general public from the inconvenience of noise pollution and air pollution caused by the various gadgets.”

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Maharashtra

District *——————–———— : Mumbai

State *———————–————- : Maharashtra

Name of the Chief Executive with Designation *————–———– : Mr. Kiran Rane – President

Ngo Name *——————–————– : PRAGATEE FOUNDATION

Contact No of Chief Functionary *—————————— : +91 9619680613

Contact No of NGo *———–——————- : 022 27723122

Postal Address *————–———- : Bapu chaya bldg, Plot no 185/188, sector 23, B wing , office no 01 & 03, Juinagar west , navi mumbai 400705

Email *——————— : kranein@gmail.com

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Maharashtra

District * Latur

State * Maharashtra

Name of the Chief Executive with Designation * Machhindra Gojame, President

Ngo Name * People’s Institute of Rural Development – PIRD

Contact No of Chief Functionary * 09423077848, WA No. 7507752452

Contact No of NGo * 02381-262339

Postal Address * Karad Nagar, Nanded Road, At Po. AHMEDPUR, Dist. Latur, Maharashtra – 413515

Email * president.pird@gmail.com

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