The project is to install R.O (Reverse Osmosis) + U.V (Ultra Violet) + M.M (Mineral Management) technology water purification systems at needy Schools and in Public places. The Capacity of the product should be Minimum 50 liters/ hour.The product should be with Minimum IS0 9001 – 2008 Certification. The Product should be with full cover powder coated Mild Steel Casing. Description plate with name of Project (JCI India SUJAL) with sponsoring LOM should be fixed on each Product.
Aimed to fight against discrimination and violations of the human rights of those affected by the leprosy in India.
Purpose of the project is to build awareness against anti discrimination and stigma against leprosy in India.
Youth of India will be trained to spread the awareness in every possible way and be compassionate to the effected people and support them. They will be the ambassador/leaders to bring the change of the attitude of discrimination towards leprosy effected people.
This National Program of JCI India is aimed at reaching out to the community, especially the scholol, college students.lt prepares them to take on the competitive world. We believe that classroom education is not
enough to face the tough challenges of life ahead. This special training Program prepares the younger generation for the future and excellent platform for learning to face the challenges of life.
JASMINE (Jaycees Academy for Smart Initiative for Empowerment) is residential training program for students studying in standards IX, X, XI & XII, to help and encourage them in developing their potential by building up their self confidence and enhancing their skills. Thousands of students have been benefitting from this program every year.
Many Schools are owned by the Junior Chamber LOM’s across the Country are successfully running. Many such schools have celebrated their Silver Jubilee. Some of the exceptionally well-managed schools are in Hospet – Karnataka, Mirzapur -Uttar Pradesh, Erode, Chennai – Tamil Nadu and Baroda – Gujarat. Nileshwar in Kerala, Nonamkuppam in Podicherry etc.
To identify the talented youth, every year JCI India organizes a NATIONAL LEVEL TALENT SEARCH COMPETITION at school and colleges and are recognized in the Regional level and National level.
Every year JCI India offers scholarship worth more than Rs 10 Lakhs to the needy students to help them pursue there education.
Through Junior Chamber every year millions of plants are distributed free of cost and planted by the members Nation wide. It has been adjudged as one of the finest Public relation Programs of the organization. Local administrative authorities have showered praises on the organization at many places.
Inspire Students to Make them Assertive, Responsible & Transformative.
I-SMART is a 3 years Certified course of JCI India which will be taken for the 1st year senior college students of any stream.The topics which will be taken are as follows:
1styear : 1) Time Management & Goal Setting 2) School to College (Human Relation) 3) CAPP(Howtoconductmeetings) 4) Hai Girls (Health & Hygienic) 5) EPS 6) Gender Equality
2nd year : 1) Effective Presentation Skills 2) E-Communication skills 3) Team Building 4) Self motivation 5) Key to Success
3rd year : 1) Interview Technique 2) Group Discussion 3) Leadership Skills 4) Craft your Speech 5) Career Guidance
NALANDA is a premier training program of JCI India that has been highly rated even at
the International levels.This training program enriches and empowers the participants to
develop, design and progress in their individual career. The 4 days intensive programme
helps members to become efficient leaders.
ABLE is a much sought after program for Business class. It gives a chance to enhance the economic level of the community by conducting projects to increase the effectiveness of the business. It delivers necessary contacts, leadership skills and personal business growth opportunities and enables to develop a young entrepreneur, manager and business executive. The programme is a truly life changing experience.
This is an advanced workshop to equip the members to be a National Trainer. The sessions of NTTTS pass confidence and values among the graduates which transform them to excel as an effective trainer.
Every year Junior chamber members organize thousand of blood donation camps all over the country and are associated with thousands of blood banks, major hospitals, Red Cross society and various governmental departments. Every month thousands of units of blood has been collected and donated to various blood bank and needy.
To fulfill the objective of UN SDG (United Nation Sustainable Development Goal) to eradicate poverty and hunger. Junior Chamber member from all over India are providing food to needy , food packet at school education and skill sets to under privileged students to help them in pursuing their studies. To make farmers independent, they are being trained on latest agricultural techniques. These projects have been well appreciated by various State Governments.
JCI India every year organizing Programs and camps on AIDS/HIV awareness, eradication of malaria and Hepatitis B- as these are the most pertinent issue arising on health and wellness in a global scale. Many programs are being organized by the LOM’s. Seasonable free medical check up camps are organized all over the Country every year in consultation with the health Ministry.
To create sustainable impact in our local community by providing hygienic, safe & covered toilet blocks for girl students at needy Schools. This project will help to build the hygienic toilet blocks (bio toilet/regular toilet), maintain them and provide running and clean water 24X7. The expected immediate social impact of the project is better health, better education, improved school attendance for girl children. A vast geographic area of rural India is lacking in hygienic sanitation system in schools and places and as a result especially girl children are quitting education and living with poor health condition and diseases. Feeling the urgent need and analyzing this situation, JCI India has taken this need based action and initiated its Centenary year focus Flagship project” SAMADHAN”
Grand PR to our organization in initial years and further JCI India gains social brand image with SURAKSHA and this project supports Clean India drive of Government of India too. JCI India is giving a sustainable solution to our society. The objectives are:
A) To provide hygienic, safe disposal of sanitary napkin destroying machines for girls at needy laces like Schools, Colleges and Public Places.
B) To install sanitary napkins destroying machines in this year throughout the country.
C) To promote our brand and to show our care towards clean and Hygienic India.
This is a program to fight against Malaria over the world. Based on 2004 JCI resolution, in association with UNMDG, JCI is contributing to reduce the mortality rate of children under the age of five affected by malaria by mobilizing its organization in 115 countries to raise funds to purchase and distribute ITNs (Insecticide – Treated Nets). Further campaigns are also conducted to teach Families how to use ITNs correctly.
To provide safe drinking water to school children at needy schools by giving and installing quality water purification system to ensure good health of children. We have installed more than 1500 purifier in 2015, 700 in 2014, 560 in 2013 and 350 in 2012. This project was started in 2012 and continued.
When ever natural disaster happens, Jaycees reach out to help the lives. After the earth quake in 2001 at Gujarat, members from all over India rushed to the affected area and took part in the rescue work. Free Clothing, Bedding, Medicine, Water, Foods and shelter were provided to the victims. Jaycees have constructed a village, ‘JAYCEE
NAGAR’ in Anjar, Kutch with the Rs. 50 lakhs collected by the members.
There are 17 SDG’s by United Nations to make a better world, and JCI India focus area is on following 6 SDG’s.
#3 : Good Health & Well Being
#4 : Quality Education
#5 : Gender Equality
#6 : Clean Water & Sanitation
#11 : Sustainable Cities and Communities
#15: Life on Land
DAY 1-Good Health & Well Being (UNSDG3)
DAY 2- Quality Education (UNSDG 4)
DAY 3-Gender Equality (UNSDG 5)
DAY 4-Clean Water & Sanitation (UNSDG 6)
DAY 5-Sustainable Cities and Communities (UNSDG 11)
DAY 6-Life on Land (UNSDG 15)
DAY 7- World Cleanup Day & Grand Finale