"Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan Yojna" is the initiative of Ardh Sainik Welfare Trust (Regd.) Delhi India that aims to ensure "Bhojan Davai Shiksha Sahara" for poor and needy citizens may get facility in every district/village of India. With our deep faith for all mighty God, India had 21 Lakhs temples, 3 lakhs Masjid, 2 lakhs Gurudwara, 2 lakhs church total 28 lakhs religious places in India due to citizens donation and support of Indian citizens. If with these religious faiths we may develop 7 lakhs Bhojanalya, 7 lakhs Dispensary, 7 Lakhs education centre, 7 lakhs old age homes total 28 lakhs than there would be no shortage of food and medicine, even no one will be illiterate and there is no trouble during old age life for senior citizens to survive in India.
Through volunteer, mobile phones, social media and radio/TV are effectively help in reaching out to the people, word of mouth remains to be an important mode of communication in villages and small towns and cities. To achieve maximum mobilization, active participation from volunteers will be required. The objective of this activity is to involve maximum participation of tech-savvy youth in spreading the message about Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan Yojna for the betterment of the society and country.
The following steps will be taken to engage/trained the Ardh Sainik Volunteer (ASV):
Registration of Ardh Sainik Volunteers will be from all sections of the community. Volunteers will be asked to complete a simple online registration form appropriate to the role that they are applying for and to supply two references. Volunteers will receive a role description and volunteer agreement containing full information about their chosen area of work and a clear idea of their responsibilities and the volunteer's responsibilities to them.
Volunteers will be given training/orientation of 4 hours about "Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan" Yojna before induction. The assessment of the volunteers will be done by ASWT HO Delhi, accordingly a certificate of Ardh Sainik Volunteer (ASV) will be issued on successful training.
All the correspondence with the volunteers will be done through emails and through online volunteer management system. Support sessions will provide the opportunity for ongoing dialogue about the development of the volunteering role and any advice and guidance as needed.
As a token of appreciation for volunteer effort in the "Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan" Yojna, the following award/rewards will be made available for all that complete the respective achievement of the campaign and have performed tasks assigned to them with enthusiasm and diligence. After completion of 4 hours training/orientation organized by ASWT HO Delhi the volunteer will receive authorization with I card and other kit comprising of "Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan" Yojna shirt, cap and badge.
|100 members in a month||Certificate of Appreciation||One Ardh Sainik Star|
|300 Members in a month||Certificate of Appreciation||Two Ardh Sainik Star|
|500 members in month||Certificate of Appreciation||Three Ardh Sainik Star|
|700 Members in month||Certificate of Appreciation||Four Ardh Sainik Star|
|1000 Members in month||Certificate of Appreciation||Ardh Sainik Rattan|
|500 points in a month||No award|
|501 to 10,00,000 points in month||10 cent points upto 5,00,000 & 5 cent points beyond 5,00,001|
|10,00,001 to 50,00,000 points in month||10 cent points upto 25,00,000 & 5 cent points beyond 25,00,001|
|50,00,001 to 1,00,00,000 points in month||10 cent points upto 75,00,000 & 5 cent points beyond 75,00,001|
|1,00,00,000 + points in a month||10 cent fix|
The duration of the Ardh Sainik Volunteer is valid upto one year only. If the volunteer wishes to continue, he/she needs to re-register online and subject to satisfaction performance by ASWT HO Delhi.
Volunteers shall observe the following Code of Conduct, which shall include but not be limited to, the following:
The copyright of all content/project/proposal/concept created during training session shall be owned by ASWT. The Volunteer/ College/ institute shall seek written permission of ASWT before utilizing such content.
We aim to build a nationwide network of 20 thousand volunteers for the "Mera Daan – Jan Kalyan" Yojna.
Some of the key guidelines for AS Volunteer include:
The communication to citizens via AVS should follow the same information provided by ASWT HO Delhi. No official information may be conveyed in public.