Jan Chetna Sansthan (JCS) means Public Awareness Organisation is a NGO working for awareness generating among the people, for their capacity building and empowerment. JCS was formed in 1988 by a group of social activists and development professionals. The field area of JCS is the tribals including women who constitute the most marginalised, disadvantaged and exploited section of the society in tribal populated villages of Abu Road block in the Sirohi District of Rajasthan. Lateron the NGO has expanded its working in the South Rajasthan and other part of Rajasthan in India.
- The Organisation has been duly registered under various statutes such as:
- Rajasthan Societies Registration Act 1958
Registration Number 14 / 88-89 / Sirohi Dated 30.8.1988
- Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 1976 (FCRA)
- F.C.R.A Registration Number: 125660004
- Registered under 80G No. 39/26 Dated 9.11.2004
Moving towards a society, where every person especially women are educated, aware about and exert about and exert for their rights and live in justice, dignity and freedom and equal opportunities are available for realisation of full human potential.
To organise the tribal, the deprived and the marginalised, specially women, raise awareness and build their capacities, so that they can assay a pro-active role in decision making process, take control over natural resources and their lives through collective effort and lead a dignified life.
Long Term Goal
To establish Self reliable and Sustainable people’s organizations
and people’s institutions.
- Awareness generation & orientation.
- Capacity building at different levels.
- Strengthening POs & PIs.
- Networking & Alliance building (local, state & national level).
- Social action – Rally, Morcha, Dharna, Campaign, Padyatra, Social Audit etc.
- Watchdog Committees.
- Advocacy & Lobbying.
- Using RTI as a tool.