Started in 1926 under the name Ramakrishna Vivekananda Sevashrama, the centre was made a branch of Ramakrishna Mission in July 2003.
- A charitable eye hospital (started in 1947) with 30 beds, which treated 4972 in-patients, the attached OPD wing with allopathic, dental, pathology, X-ray and homeopathic sections treated 45,934 cases and two charitable homeopathic dispensaries in the town treated 37,826 cases.
- Eye camps in different villages in Bihar using the mobile ophthalmic unit (5870 patients were treated).
- A free coaching centre with 30 students. A Balak Sangha with 70 primary school students and annual cultural competitions for 5035 school and college students.
- Two units of Gadadhar Abhyudaya Prakalpa consisting of 101 underprivileged children.
- Training in basic computer operations to 10 students and tailoring to 120 girls.
- A Vivekananda study circle with 30 senior people.
- Welfare work by way of distribution of blankets, clothes and foodstuff etc.
- Religious activities: Celebration of the birthdays of Sri Ramakrishna, Holy Mother Sri Sarada Devi, Swami Vivekananda and other religious teachers, as also festivals like Kali Puja.