Delhi State Legal Services Authority and Atmabodh organised an Inter-school legal awareness street play competition on 18th December 2015. LBS School R K Puram won the first prize and Mount Carmel School Anand Niketan won the runners’up prize. The prize for the best community engagement was awarded to Mount Carmel School Anand Niketan. The prize for the best script went to a group of students from Pochanpur, Delhi, being informally educated by Unnati Ki Rah. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Dharmendra Rana, the Project Officer, Delhi State Legal Services Authority, appreciated the efforts of the students and encourgaed them to continue their efforts in community development. He also informed them about the mandate of the DSLSA. Mrs. Janak Nandini Singh co-ordinated the whole programme. Atmabodh members and office bearers were present on the occasion. Mr. Anurag Singh, Advocate and Member, Executive Council, Atmabodh, welcomed the Chief Guest Mr. Dharmendra Rana. Dr. Maurya Vijay Chandra, Secretary, Atmabodh, thanked all the school teams and the organising team of Atmabodh for having made the initiative possible and a success. Dr. Chandra also thanked the Delhi State Legal Services Authority and its Member Secretary, Mr. Dharmesh Sharma, for their support to the initiative. He also announced that selected participating teams would be coached by professional artists in the future competitions.
Atmabodh coached more than 30 young men and women students of CMC centre at Fateh Nagar, near Tilak Nagar, New Delhi on what they can do to deal with the problem of sexual harassment at workplace. Team Adyopant Legal delivered the seminar and Janak Nandini Singh coordinated it. We look forward to more such programmes.
Atmabodh members met at the office of Mr. Arvind Kumar Gupta, Advocate and Vice-President, Atmabodh on 26th October 2015. After a brainstorming evening, lots of new ideas emerged. It has been decided that the activity calendar for the next year will see changes to align well with the academic calendar of schools and law colleges. It was also thought that approaching local MLAs would enable Atmabodh to connect better with government schools and engage with the youth. The details will follow in a report from Ms. Janak Nandini Singh.
Atmabodh is organising a drawing and painting competition in Janta Adarsh Vidyalay, Sector 5, R K Puram on 13th August 2015 to celebrate Independence Day. Theme: “Freedom” “Azadi“. All members are requested to join the celebrations and encourage children. Contact Janak Nandini Singh.
Atmabodh is arranging for collection of old clothes during Autumn. These clothes will be distributed to the needy at the onset of the winters. Please contact Janak Nandini Singh.
Janak Nandini Singh has helped a girl child from an economically weaker section in Mount Carmel School, Dwarka.
Atmabodh organised the final round Adyopant Legal Rights Awareness Street Play Competition on 14.04.2015 at Palika Bazar Rooftop Park. Sh. Dharmesh Sharma, Member Secretary, Delhi State Legal Services Authority was the Chief Guest and Prof. B B Pande was the Guest of Honour. Sh. Samar Vishal, Member Secretary, South Delhi District Legal Services Authority and Sh. Dhiraj Mor, MM, were among the judges invited to judge the event.
Atmabodh brings free intellectual property rights consultation for NGOs in the Delhi area.
Does your NGO have IPRs (Trademark, Copyright, Design Rights, Proprietary Confidential Information, Patent etc). Can you earn money out of it? Can it be IP you have? spun off as an independent and sustainable project? How can you protect the These and many more questions can be answered in your free consultation.
The campaign will be for a 30 days period from 25th March to 24th April. NGOs with activities in the NCR region are eligible to book a consultation under this campaign. Each consultation will be for a maximum of 30 minutes and will have to be booked at least one day in advance, depending upon availability of slots. The campaign has the technical support of Adyopant Legal, a Delhi based full-service law firm.