"Jan Sewa Sansthan | We Can't Help Everyone, But Everyone Can Help Someone | A Little Help Gives a Lot of Hope"

Our Services & Facilities

  1. Beautiful, airy and spacious well built 91 rooms.
  2. Flush latrines and well furnished bath rooms.
  3. Cold or hot water as per need is easily arranged.
  4. 24 hours electricity. Generator and Inverter facilities available.
  5. Breakfast and meal is prepared in pure Desi Ghee. Milk is also served to the inmates before going to bed.
  6. Coolers and R.O are installed for pure drinking water.
  7. Beautiful, well maintained, neat and clean parks both for playing and morning evening walk.

Services at A Glance:

  1. Presently 75 old decrepit men including handicapped persons are residing in the Old Age home.
  2. 201 orphans/mentally handicapped/ mentally ill are residing in the Orphanage Home. Out of these 25 inmates are below the age of 18 years.
  3. Special Educator has been appointed for training to disabled, mentally challenged children.
  4. 83 inmates (Old, Handicapped women are residing in the Old Age Home (Female).
  5. 153 unknown mentally ill / mentally challenged women are residing in the Mata Dhan Kumari Mahila Anath Ashram.
  6. Fresh drinking water is supplied by 13 water tankers and 3 tractors to the residents of Rohtak city particularly in the slum area of the city.
  7. Free eye-operation camps are held regularly on the 1st Saturday of Every Month for the poor people. By this time 184 camps have been organised and more than 1,64,516 people have been attended in the OPD and more than 17,872 eye operations have been conducted successfully.
  8. To help the needy patients, Voluntary Blood Donation camps are agranised every year. The blood collected in the camps is provided to the Blood Bank, PGIMS, Rohtak.
  9. 14 Volunteers of Jan Sewa Sansthan are working in the PGIMS, Rohtak to provide free services to the poor and un cared patients round the clock.
  10. Water chilling plants and “PIAO”have been installed at the prominent places of Rohtak City like Bus Stand, PGIMS, Railway Station and Anaj Mandi, Rohtak for supply of pure drinking water to the general public.
  11. During natural calamities and disasters, food, clothes, medical treatment and other basic facilities are provided. Team  of  Volunteers and qualified doctors have organized relief camps at the time of natural calamities. During. flood of Badmer (Rajasthan) Tsunami Hit coastal areas of the country, flood hit area of Uttrakhand  and Earth Quake victims of Nepal sansthan has successfully managed the relief camps.
  12. Ambulance for carrying the inmates from Ashram to PGIMS Rohtak and back and for unknown persons found on the road, always remain ready to transport them.
  13. Daily Morning / Evening  Bhandara is arranged in PGIMS, Rohtak for the attendants of the patient admitted in the PGIMS and  other needy persons.  More than 800 people avail this meal service  daily.
  14. During Covid-19 pandemic Jan sewa Sansthan arranged food packet in the morning and evening  for 4000 people of migrant labour families residing in various localities of Rohtak city. Milk for the children and pregnant women was also arranged. For this relief operation the organization spent a sum of Rs. 85 lakh approx. with generous support of public.