A well known & distinguished social worker of Indore M.P. Working for Health & Education of Children, Population Control & Women Upliftment.
Dr.(smt.) RAJNI BHANDARI
Shri Dilip Bhandari(Government Servent - S.D.O.P)
Recipient of President Medal for Gallantry - 2004.
M.Sc. Botany 1976 from D.A.V.V University, Indore.
M.A. English Literature 1981 from D.A.V.V. University,Indore.
Cultural Doctorate in Literature from world University, Roundcable, Benson, Arizona,U.S.A.
D.Ed-2001 from D.A.V.V University Indore.
Throughout first class student
Topped District Guna in Class 8th.
Got Gold Medal for securing highest mark In whole M.P
Recipient of another Gold Medal for Securing highest mark in in M.A. English Literature - 1981 from D.A.V.V. Indore.
Cleared M.P.P.S.C. - 1983 in first attempt for the post of District Collector but could not joined due to family responsibility.
Distinction in five subject in D.Ed. - 2001.
PRESENT POSITION HELD
PRESIDENT - Thalassemia and child Welfare Gruop, Indore
A ; social service registered organization founded by Smt.Bhandari working for Health & Education of needy children.
Member Dist. Monitory team made by appropriate authority PC PNDT act 1994.
Director Index Medical College.
Founder Member - Cancer Care Trust.
Fellow Member of M.S.P.I. New Delhi.
Patron of Jan Parishad, Bhopal.
Life Member - Malwa Rose Society.
Member - National Organization for Tobacco Eradication , Indore Chapter.
Member - Writer Bank of Blind.
Member - Lioness Club of Indore Greater.
POSITIONS HELD IN THE PAST
Secretary, Lioness Club of Indore Greater - 1991-92.
President Lioness Club of Indore Greater - 1994-95.
P.R.O. Lioness District 323G - 1995-96.
Multipal Chairperson for Adult Education - 1995-96.
Regional Coordinator - 1996-97.
Multiple Project Chairperson - 1997-98.
Multipal District P.R.O. - 1997-98.
District P.R.O. - 1998-99.
President , Lion Club Indore Ahilya - 1998-99.
Activity Chairperson , Lion Cabinet - 1999-2000
Multipal District Chairperson for National Integration-2000 2001.
District Vice President - 2001-2002.
PRESIDENT-Lioness District 323G-(2001-02)An international organization of (Lion Club) female branch working nall over Madhya Pradesh and child Uplifment Sight first and handicapped.
Multiple District 323 Secretary in the year 2005-06.
Convener of Women Welfare Committee. Human Rights Commission Complaint Division Indore.
Madhya Pradesh Women Rights Commission Network Indore.
AWARDS & HONOURS
Excellent Lady 2001 - by Jan parishad , Bhopal honoured by Governor of Madhya Pradesh.
Top Eleven Lady of Madhya Pradesh - Name included in top eleven ladies of Madhya Pradesh -2001 according to survey made by Jan Parishad Bhopal.
Excellent District President - 2001-2002 declared in Multiple District Convention held in Raipur on 27th , 28th April 2002.
Best Active Lioness of the whole multiple - 1994-95.
As a Leader of Best Social Service Group of Indore District honoured by shri Digvijay Singh Chief Minister of M.P. in 1997.
Excellent Award in Social Work by MSPI , New Delhi in 1998.
Awarded 'Sewa Ratna' by Bharat Vikas Parishad.
Cultural Doctorate in Literature by World Univercity , Roundcable, Benson, Arizona. U.S.A. - 1998.
Honoured by Sewa Mandire for distinguished and personalised services provided for upliftment of Deaf & Dumb Children.
For Distinguished Social Services honoured by Inner Wheel Club of Indore Uptown.
Pradesh Shree' in 2002 by Jan Parishd Bhopal for distinguished services.
Name included among Top 25 Leading Personalities of M.P.
Best Co-operation to Lioness Multiple District as a secretary honoured by Lion International Director Mr. Ashok Mehta in Convention held at Udaipur on 14th & 15th April 06.
Nominated for Women of Year & Great Indian Achiever Award ;by American Biographical Society in 2004 & 2005.
On 26th March 2006 - awared with TVS Suzuki Pep Vehical as a Bumper Prize by Dainik Bhasker - a leading Newspaper. This reward was for message written by me on International Women's Day i.e. 8th March 2006.
Ojasawini & Sadi Se Sarokar - two leading magazines of M.P. published detailed interview with photograph as a social worker of Mrs. Bhandari.
Got Indira Gandhi Award on 19th November 2007 for distinguished services provided to Thalassemic patients 'A State level' recongition.
Honoured P.T. education (A leading education center for M.B.A having branches all over india) on 5th September 07 as Eminent Social Worker.
Awarded on 26th Jan 2009 by local administrtion i.e. Collector of Indore for outstanding social service in the field of health & education and population control.
Nominated by 94.3 FM for My Women of Indore Award on 8th ;March 2009, the Internatiional women's day.
Among five finalist for Nayika Award 2009 as a social worker. This award was announced by Nai Dunia. A leading NewsPaper.
Awarded Mata Gujri Award on 22nd Dec. 2011 - a state level recognition - 51000 rs. cash + shawl + momento.
Includeed in ICON OF INDORE 2012, a Coffee Table Book Published By DNA Newspaper.
AWARDS RECEIVED AS A LIONESS
AT CLUB LEVEL
Lioness of the year 1987-88.
Best work in Education – 1987-88.
Well Dressed Lady.
Lioness of the year – 1988-89.
Highest Fund Raising.
As a Editor of Club Magazine.
For special co-operation in social activities.
Maximum support & Attendance.
AS A CLUB SECRETARY
Most outstanding Secretary of Lions Zone.
Best Secretary of Lions Regions.
Most outstanding Secretary - Lioness Regions conference.
Best Secretary – Lioness District
AS A CLUB PRESIDENT
Best President in Lions Zone.
Best Magazine in Lions Zone.
Best President in Lions Region.
Best work in Education.
Best Club President in Lions District.
Best Club Magazine in Lions District.
Best M.M.&A. Report.
Best Work in Lioness District Project.
Best Magzine in Lioness District.
Highest Fund Raising.
Best Permanent Project.
Maximum nos. of Social Services Activities.
Best Work for Handicapped.
All Rounder Best Club.
All Rounder Best Club President on Lioness District.
Reading , Writing & Driving.
Frequent Radio Programmer.
Variuos Article published in Newspaper & Club Magazine.
Was a Column writer in evening Newspaper 'Apna Indore’ for ;two years.
Regularly written for ‘ Bathe-Thale’ in NavBharat, a leading
Article published in ‘Nirogdham’
Various letters published in column-letters to editor of
Naiduniya’ ‘Danik Bhasker’ ‘NavBharat’ & ‘Dainik Jagran’.
Acted in 3 Documentory Flims made by Bhopal Doordarshan on Thalassemia, Asthama and AIDS .
BIO-DATA PUBLISHED IN
Great India Achiever 1999 published by MSPI , New Delhi.
Directory published by Deshbandhu , Bhopal.
Leading Ladies of Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh published by Jan Parishad Bhopal 2001-2002.
Asia Pacific who's who Volume III by Rifacimento International ;New Delhi.
Indo American who's who Volume III published by F.I. Publication New Delhi.
Asian/American who's who Volume II by Rifacimento International , New Delhi.
Asia Pacific who's who of Professional and Business Women Published by American Biographical institute North Caroline ;USA - 2003.
International who's who of Professional and Business Women Published by American Biographical institute North Caroline USA - 2003.
Asia Men & Women of Achievement - 2003 Published by Bookwell publishers & Distributor New Delhi.
Pradip Bhandari Profile
Mr. Pradip Bhandari
Electronics and Communication graduate from Manipal Institute of Technology Manipal.
Public policy graudate from Takshashila Institution.
The former Daly College student has a diverse experience in the field of technology ,social entrepreneurship start ups, supporting youth business and social entrepreneurship start ups ,and in entertainment and public policy fields.
He has bagged the Young Leader Award at the 1st Youth Parliament held in 2014 in Delhi and proved his public speaking skill by winning various Model United Nations across the country in the past two years.
He actively writes for the Indore based daily -"Global Herald " on invitation .
His involvement with the organization has helped impart vigour and strength ,which is evident from the watershed "Man ka kanoon",the largest pan India awareness initiative on Swatchta done by the organization on 14th February ,2015.
Organized Thalassemia Awareness programs in 48 schools and colleges in three different ways -
Thalassemia Awareness Workshop-In this, Dr. Rajesh Bansal, renowned pathologist delivered lecture on thalassemia in a interactive manner in 12 schools of Indore.
Thalassemia Carrier Detection Camp -In this camp, we do free blood tests of youngsters and students to detect if they are carriers of the disease followed by counseling. This has covered 186 students so far.
Awareness & Entertainment Program - Famous child singer Jayant Singh Chauhan performs live in schools followed by information sharing about diseases and prevention by Dr. Bansal and Dr Rajni Bhandari Covered six schools.
Publication and Distribution of Posters on Thalassemia Prevention and Treatment.
Arranged 40 blood donation camps.
Establishment of Thalassemia DAY CARE CENTER in Government Children Hospital (Chacha Nehru Hospital). In 2003 by sustained efforts made by group members with support from Shri Digvijay Singh, ex Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, a fixed ward was marked to admit thalassemia patients in this hospital. This ward was converted into well equipped day care center by our NGO. We provided complete infrastructure including 2 air conditioners, refrigerator, beds with mattresses, waiting chairs, lockers, fans, TV, IV stands, bed sheets, water utensils, exhaust fans, water cooler etc. This was made possible by support from regular and donor members and also general public. During 3 years of our work, we also organized regular camps in this ward. At the end of 3rd year of our work, this was handed over to the government for management.
Medicines for thalassemic patients - 210 patients from the entire state are registered with us. We give them medicines - kelfar and desirox, despharol injections at reduced rate, also arrange blood tests at highly discounted rates at pathologies registered with our organization.
Child Welfare Project
Village Development & Promotion Of Education in Rural Schools -
We developed village 'Bhaslaya' as 'model village' in 1997-98 which included construction of school building, toilets and
library. We also organized various competitions for school students to provide them encouragement and motivation.
We adopted a second village - ' Ghodabad', a tribal village where we constructed new class rooms in government school,
fulfilled all requirements of 55 students including furniture for classroom, blackboard, books,
checkup for students. We also organized regular lectures against liquor consumption and pan masala in the school.
We have completed work in village 'Bardari'. We have provided furniture for school, utensils for mid day meals in schools,
uniforms, blankets to
students of government school. We have also conducted a number of lectures for students and their
Constructed ' Muktidham' a burial place for the village.
Awareness Programs -
We run two programs regularly -
Adolescent Orientation and Awareness - This is conducted in schools, we have covered 5 schools. This is done by ;renowned and trained medical doctors.
Oral Cancer Awareness Camps - This is to educate and motivate students against the use of tobacco and pan masala. Dr. Arun Agarwal - a well known cancer surgeon presents detailed interactive presentation about oral cancer. This has been so far in 105 schools in Indore.
Recognition and Honor of Talented Students - We recognize talent and achievement in students by honoring them for their achievement in different fields such as academics, art and sports. We honoured several students.
Interschool Art Competition - We conduct annual interschool painting competition on relevant themes such as 'Save Water, Save Girl Child and Stop Terrorism'.
Provided total medical help to 31 children suffering from various incurable diseases. Some of these children are:
It was in 1996 that a group of enthusiastic and socially sensitive women in the city of Indore in Madhya Pradesh, India who were motivated to work for welfare of children started this journey with a blood donation camp in a government hospital. This journey that started 20 years ago is continuing since. Thalassemia and Child Welfare group is a registered NGO with eminent doctors, industrialists, social workers and educated women of Indore as its members. Read More