This centre was started in 1985 for the uplift of the tribal people of Abujhmarh.
- A residential higher secondary school with 1198 students, mostly tribal.
- A multipurpose workers’ training centre, which trained 24 villagers in motor mechanics, driving, tailoring, carpentry, etc.
- An agriculture training-cum-demonstration unit, which trained 3868 farmers. About 15,000 tribal farmers attended the Kisan Mela (farmers’ fair) organized by this unit. Besides, educational tours for tribal farmers were also conducted.
- A central library with 13,481 books and 67 periodicals and newspapers.
- Two residential junior schools at Abujhmarh with 365 tribal students.
- Three primary schools at Irakbhatti, Kachchapal & Kutul villages with 289 tribal students.
- A free Industrial Training Institute with 10 trades trained 305 boys.
- Free coaching facilities for 2007 tribal students who were also provided with stationery, uniforms, food and transport facilities.
- Vivekananda Arogya Dham, a 30-bed hospital, which treated 3405 inpatients and 57,658 outpatients (including 156 TB cases).
- A mobile medical unit, which treated 9481 patients.
- Five health posts at Kutul, Irakbhatti, Kundla, Kachchapal and Akabeda villages, which treated 20,383 patients.
- Six fair-price shops and various rural development programmes like land repair, digging ponds, etc.
- Installation of 210 hand pumps in villages.
- Celebration of the birthdays of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda and other saints.