School dropouts to entrepreneurs Started in 1999, for 10th fail students only. Since 2014, we converted it for drop outs and poor & needy college girls also. This school aims at educating them along with vocational training and teaching moral values. Efforts are made to build their confidence levels and encourage them to become self employed. Many girl students have benefited from this project. They are earning Rs3000/- to 30,000 monthly after completing one year education. Till 2020 total 660 girls have availed this facility.
Lighting the way Margadeepa This project is carried out mainly for students studying in Tararani Vidhyapeeth. Girls from poor and needy family whose parents are servants, house maids, daily wage workers, watchman bricklayer, porter, rickshaw driver are mainly beneficiaries of this project. Every year 150 girls are adopted under this project. Financial help and school uniform is provided for such students. Monthly 5 hours training is given which includes training of various handicraft items, lectures by experts on personality development, free health check-up and nutritious food is also provided.
Health Scheme Many Health Projects are carried out in rural and urban areas. Health information dissemination, home medicine treatment, general check-up camp, dental checkup, eye examination, ayurvedic and homeopathic medicine treatment is carried out under many health projects.
Under ‘Dr. Shobhana Tawde – Mehata Arogyam Dhanasampada’ project health check-up camps in urban and rural areas, maids, vegetable sellers, porters, rickshaw driver, news-paper giver, milkmen, remote villages are provided health services by the organization under the guidance of expert doctors. Project like ‘Kali Umaltana’ and ‘Vasant Phultana’ works on sex education for teenagers. ‘Punarbharari Project’ is carried out in which all type of physiotherapy treatment is given for patients and paralysis patients also. ‘Janani Arogya Jagruti’ project works on menstrual health of rural and urban women. Cancer related test like pasmear, are carried out to ensure timely diagnosis and treatment of this chronic disease. This test is done free for rural women and in concession rate in city.
General, ayurvedic, physiotherapy camps are held very month is campus.
Writers - Group. This enterprise was started for the ladies from the middle and upper middle class who were knowledgeable but lacked the confidence to write for the media. Initially members were encouraged to write, and arrangements were made for their publication in different newspapers. Slowly they developed the necessary writing skills and received recognition from the media. Today a lot of them are regular contributors and earn a good amount thereby converting their hobby into a paying proposition.
Counceling Centre - This project has been started since 2007. Free counseling as well as legal advice is given for both Male and Female. Successful counseling and settlement have been done in many cases. Some cases have also been legally solved. Information of these people is kept confidential. Retired District Judge Urmila Joshi, Advocate Neela Sontakke, Property guidance Ratnesh Shirolkar, Prasad Bhide and counseling by Kamaltai Hardikar, Hema Gangatirthakar, Geeta Jadhav is done
Self–defence 10 hours training is specially designed for this purpose. Women hostels, Mahila mandals, village schools are main beneficiary. Till 2020 around 10,500 women are trained.
Exposure Visits Yearly around 10 trips are arranged for the exposure of women. Areas like factories, non-government organization, co-operative societies, work done by devoted peoples are visited. Around 1000 women are taken for exposure trips within a year.
Blood Donation Every year on 17th Jan a blood donation camp is carried out on the occasion of death anniversary of Dr. V.T. Patil. Near about 50 people donate their blood on this occasion. This camp is also appreciated by Govt. of Maharashtra.