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

Other facilities

  • There are 13 water tankers and 3 tractors which provide fresh drinking water to the residents of Rohtak city particularly in the slum area of Rohtak city.
  • Free eye-operation camps are held regularly on the 1st Saturday of Every Month for the poor people. By this time 151 camps have been organised and more than 1,41035 people have been attended in the OPD and more than 16080 eye operations have been conducted successfully.
  • Blood Donation camps are organised from time to time. By this time 13 voluntary blood donation camps have been organised and more than 2996 units of blood have been provided to the Blood Bank PGIMS, Rohtak.
  • Volunteers of Jan Sewa Sansthan are working at the inquiry counter of the Medical College and Hospital, providing free service to the poor and uncared patients.
  • Ambulances are being maintained for transportation of the patients from PGIMS to their home and transportation of the inmates of the Old Age Home and Orphanage. Ambulances services are available 24 hours.
    Care and free education to the orphans residing in the Orphanage Home.
  • Free arrangements of marriages of daughters of the poor and needy widows.
  • Cremation arrangements for unclaimed corpses.
  • During natural calamities and disasters, provisions of food, clothes, medical treatment and other basic facilities are provided. Such type of camps have already been managed during the disaster, drought, flood of Badmer (Rajasthan) Tsunami Hit coastal areas of the country, flood hit are of Uttrakhand and earth quake victims of Nepal etc.
  • Management of Camps for fodder for cows at the time of natural calamities and disaster.
  • Cow – shelter Sheds are made throughout the city and elsewhere. .
  • Organisation of free Eye –donation service camps from time to time.
  • Daily worship and prayers at a beautiful temple.
  • Availability of newspapers, periodicals and other books.
  • Medical-aid and arrangement of ambulances for the patients and other diseased or injured persons.
  • Special camps with the super specialist doctors and psychiatrists for the mentally retarded.
  • Entertainment facilities like television, games and sports for the inmates.
  • Gaushala is being maintained by the Sansthan. The milk received from the Gaushala is used for the inmates of Ashram and the student of the school.
    People are requested to please spare some of their precious, valuable time from their busy schedule and pay their auspicious visit and see the facilities and arrangements. Their valuable suggestions are always welcome.