Gamya Foundation has been executing several activities towards accomplishing its goal since 2003. Some of our activities range from literary contest to cultural convention to distribution of free educational aids to needy students.
Click below to find activities done during the year:
Gamya Foundation welcomes the Department of Posts initiative to bring an amendment to the century old statute, Indian Post Office Act 1898 by way of Indian Post Office (Amendment) Bill 2006 which proposes to equip the Postal Department to newer challenges and opportunities.
Foundation voiced the suggestions and comments from the general public
proposed amendment bill and bought forward the same to
the kind notice of Sri. Dayanidhi Maran, Hon’ble Minister of
Communications & Information Technology, Government of India and to
Director General, Department of
Posts on 03rd May 2006. Suggestions
and comments to the proposed draft bill.
Budget Recommendations To Government Of Karnataka 2006-07
The young and dynamic members of Gamya Foundation are committed in achieving the desired Goal of the organization in a limited time span. Gamya Foundation through its projects and programs is working very close with the Hon’ble members of the state legislature, bureaucrats, press and public at large.
Continuing its social responsibility, Gamya Foundation presented a budget recommendation to the Government of Karnataka on 09th March 2006 in line with Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam road map for Karnataka’s prosperity to implement some of the projects in the 2006-2007 budgets.
This enthusiastic effort of Gamya has been
and appreciated by the state government. In the budget 2006 -07, state
government has made financial
allocation to implement the Bio-fuel project in karnataka. Click for
of Karnataka Budget 2006-07.
Vidya Dana – 2005 (Distribution of free educational aids to students)
believes that educated,
athletic and culturally integrated youths are strongly essential in
making India a super power in this knowledge economy. Gamya Foundation
has identified 10,000 economically weak students across the state and
decided to distribute free bag, lunch box, water bottle, notebooks,
pens, instrument box and other essential materials to support their
education. Vidya Dana –
2005 was inaugurated by Hon’ble Minister for Revenue Sri M. P. Prakash
other dignitaries like Sri Vishweshwar Bhatt, Managing Editor, Vijaya
Karnataka, Sri Lakshminarayana, IAS, Commissioner, Karnataka Housing
Board, Sri K. V. R.
Inspector General of Police & Additional Commissioner of Police
(Traffic & Security), Karnataka,
these materials to students of Sri Sangameshwara Kannada Higher Primary
School in Byrasandra slum, Bangalore on 21 June 2005.
second program in this series was held on 19 July 2005 in Sri
Basaveshwara High School, Rajajinagar, Bangalore. Sri. P. G. R.
Sindhia, Hon'ble Minister for large, Medium & Small scale
Industries and Infrastructure, Government of Karnataka inaugurated the
program. Sri V. N. Subba Rao, Chairman Karnataka Media Academy Presided
the program. Sri Shankar M. Bidari IPS, Inspector General of
Police(central range), Karnataka and Sri Shadakshari, Managing Director
Ramanashree Group were present as cheif guests.
The next three programs of
Vidya Dana - 2005 series were held from 25-08-2005 to 27-08-2005 at
Government Model higher primary schools of Gowripura village,
Davanagere District, Manganahalli village Bellary district, Huvina
Hadagali, Bellary District. Sri M. P. Prakash, Hon'ble Deputy Chief
Minister, Government of Karnataka and Taluk and village panchayathi
President and members blessed the occassion.
Yuva Samskruthi Samavesha - 2004 (Youth Cultural Convention)
Samskruti Samavesha was
held on 4th of September 2004 at Chowdaiah Memorial Hall in Bangalore.
The 1003 winners of Sirigannadam
Gelge - 2003 contests were awarded in this
program. National and international reputed artists of our state
exhibited our rich and
vibrant culture to the jam packed audience with their affluent talent.
blessed by the presence of dignitaries like Dharmadhikari
Sri. Veerendra Heggade, Hon'ble Chief Minister Sri N.
Hon'ble minister for Water Resource & Surface Transport Sri.
Mallikarjuna M. Kharge. Noted writer and Jnanapeet Awardee Dr. U. R.
Anthamurthy also graced
the event. Sri. Venkatanarayana, Editor, Kannadaprabha and Sri. Goutham
G, President Gamya Foundation shared the stage with these dignitaries.
Sirigannadam Gelge Contest – 2003 (A Literary Contest on Kannada )
We at Gamya believe that a strong sense of cultural identity in the youth is a prerequisite in building a sound society. Gamya Foundation partnered with Indian Express Group conducted the South India level literary contest, “Sirigannadam Gelge - 2003”, during the National Youth Week. Sirigannadam Gelge contest- a platform meant to reward our youth for their awareness about culture, literature and liberal arts. More than 20,000 Students representing all 5 states of Southern India have participated in the contest. The contest had the following generous awards in store - first prize Rs.50,000, second prize Rs.25,000, third prize Rs.10,000 and one thousand Consolation prizes.