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 Address and Activities of Jamshedpur Centre


Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Society, Jamshedpur

Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda Society
L-Road, Bistupur
Jamshedpur, Jharkhand  831001
Phone : 0657-2320795, 2320699 & 2320700
Telefax : 0657- 2320816
Email : [email protected], [email protected]

The centre was started in 1920 and made a branch of the Mission in 1927.

Activities of the Mission centre :

  1. Five high schools (with Hindi and Bengali as mediums of
    instruction) with 837 boys and 1050 girls. Two of these schools
    are for boys, two for girls, and one for both in separate shifts.

  1. Five English-medium high schools, with 1881 boys and 1183 girls.

  1. Four middle schools (with Hindi and Bengali as medium of
    instruction) with 939 boys and 850 girls.

  1. One upper primary schools (with Hindi and Bengali as mediums
    of instruction) with 58 boys and 58 girls.

  1. Conducted advanced certificate course in computers for 51 rural youths and trained 44 tribal boys and girls in typewriting.

  1. One free non-formal school with 114 children; and a centre of
    national open school with 96 students.

  1. A students’ home with 113 students, particularly from backward
    communities of rural areas who are also given free computer

  1. School libraries (with a total of 66,756 books) and book banks.

  1. A public library and a free reading room, with 6689 books, and
    29 periodicals and dailies.

  1. Regular audio-visual shows in interior villages. 42 films were
    shown to the people of 40 villages.

  1. A mobile medical unit for poor people, which treated 34,547

  1. Two charitable homoeopathic dispensaries in remote villages
    of Singhbhum district: 16,563 cases treated.

  1. Two free eye camps, in which 187 people were operated on for
    cataract and 418 patients were treated for other eye-ailments.

  1. Religious activities included celebration of the birth anniversaries
    of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi and Swami
    Vivekananda, and festivals like Durga Puja, etc. Weekly classes
    and occasional lectures were conducted regularly.

  1. Welfare work by way of feeding the poor, providing necessary
    aids to patients, free ration to leprosy patients, woollen blankets to
    the poor, pecuniary help to students, etc.

  1. One higher secondary school with 1175 boys and 1017 girls.

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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, April 2017.


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