Started in 1921, this ashrama has reconstructed Sarisha village, mainly by providing education to villagers.
- A boys’ higher secondary school with 1008 students, and a hostel with 210 boys. Its library had 3723 books and 9 periodicals.
- A girls’ secondary school with 835 students, and a hostel with 134 Its library had 1305 books. A technical section attached to school trained 20 girls in tailoring.
- Four units of junior basic school with a total of 411 boys and 411 The four libraries attached to them had 3072 books.
- Two units of primary teachers’ training institute for women with 180 trainees. Their two libraries had 8390 books.
- A free coaching centre with 67 upper primary students.
- A study circle (with 57 participants) and values education programmes (258 students benefited).
- A public library with two branches had 26,021 books and 7 periodicals and newspapers.
- Medical service for rural people in collaboration with Seva Pratishthan, Kolkata, and a homeopathic dispensary, which treated 6400 cases. 123 women were benefited by anaemia eradication programme.
- Two units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa with 100 poor children and a unit of Vivekananda Abhyudaya Prakalpa, with 35 students.
- Under Vivekananda Child Empowerment programme, 42 children were given one-to-one teacher’s guidance, educational aids, nutrition, etc.
- Vocational training in food processing, tailoring, fish culture, etc to 481 trainees.
- A community centre for women with 30 participants.
- Welfare work by way of distribution of clothes, blankets, serving milk to poor children, providing educational aids and pecuniary help to the needy, etc.
- Religious activities: Daily worship, discourses, celebration of the birthdays of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda and other religious personalities.