About Malti Seva Samiti the NGO

Inspired by his wife Malti Shukla, Malti Seva Samiti was registered as a nonprofit under Society Registration Act 21, 1860 in 2003 to serve the people of the land where Shitala Prasad Shukla, the Head of the NGO, took birth. Area was remote, persons were illiterate, poor and badly needed affordable education above junior high school i.e. class 8th. This was very neglected area and illiteracy was curse. Due to repeated request of his wife, he changed his attitude and gave attention to his village and purchased 0.9 hectare land to provide education, especially girls of the area. 0.4 hectare land was alloted to the Rashtriya Intermediate College Himmat Nagar Dharipur and rest of the land is in the name of Malti Seva Samiti which still have to be utilised. Manager has utilised all his resources to purchase land and to construct the building of the school. Initially fees was very nominal and salary of teachers was being compensated by Manager from his own resources.

Now, fees has been raised to Rs. 200 per student to cope up with salaries of the teachers. The people of the vicinity are very happy. They send their wards to the school and nearly 600 students, of which 500 are girls, have taken admission in the school and the idea Beti bachao beti padhao was adopted by the school to teach the girls. The total number of teachers and other staff members are 15. Computer and Smart classes have also been introduced. Although Manager is 78 years old, he visits to school from Allahabad, which is 75 km away, once in a week for two days. He also teaches up to high school students, Hindi, Sanskrit, Social Science and Mathematics and for intermediate Hindi, Sanskrit, Geography etc. Therefore he has an effective control over the teachers. As per demand of the local guardians, the school is unable to take recognition in Science and Home Science. This was applied but Govt. has rejected the recognition of above subjects on the ground that it will need at least 4 additional rooms. He contacted local MLA and MP but they have no interest in the development of the area. Even though the manager is a pensioner he often spend his pensions to the college and is not able to run it smoothly. MLA, MP were not even interested to give a hand pump although they were persuaded. It is therefore requested from the Volunteers to take part, visit and contribute to promote the girls of the remote area. The manager will provide all the facility to inspect the college to interested people.