About US

Nishkam Sewa Ashram is a not-for-profit organization that works to support vulnerable orphan and abandoned children, neglected and isolated old age elders, poor and needy patients and enable and empower the under privileged children and women. We make no distinction on the basis of caste, creed, race and religion and do not have any political affiliation.

The organization came into existence in 1975 by the efforts of Shri Sarwan Kumar Ji and several other like minded citizens of Ludhiana city. Nishkam Sewa Ashram got registered as a Trust in 1983 with Registrar of Firms and Societies, Punjab and Chandigarh. Since inception Nishkam has achieved several milestones by setting up and successful running of several projects and programs which have benefitted more than 100,000 needy and under privileged. Our vision is just, equitable, humane and sustainable society for inclusive growth of one and all. The Administrative office of Ashram is situated at Village Daad, Main Pakhowal Road, LUDHIANA 142022 Punjab India.

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28-05-15

ISO Certification

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28-05-15

EWS Colony School Results

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28-05-15

Aarti scores 91% in X Exams

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28-05-15

Interested in adopting a child

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04-07-15

Kailash Nagar Vaccination begins

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04-07-15

Barnala Ashram construction in full swing

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28-05-15

Students bring laurels in 10th class results

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More than 100,000 underprivileged and needy served and empowered so far.

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More than 40000 slum children made literate and educated

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Nishkam is in service to humanity since 1975.

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Several success stories and several alumni students now well placed in society.

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More than 10,000 women and girls trained for sewing and fashion design.

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Mostly running their own boutique/tailoring business or employed in factories.

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More than 10,000 girls trained in computer and IT courses.

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Several girls employed as computer operator in Government and private sector.

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All children of Shishu Sewa Sadan are looked after like home and given education.

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More than 10 such children given in adoption to suitable families.

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Two girls raised in Shishu Sewa Sadan married and well settled.

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More than 500 elders are given home in Old age Home.

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Ration and cloth distribution to needy and extremely poor families .

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Scholarship to deserving poor and physically challenged students to pursue higher studies.

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More than 20 lac fruit trees planted.

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counseling to several couples in matrimonial disputes, drug addicts and property disputes among families.

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Effective campaigning for several social causes .

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Finding a home for orphan child

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Vaccination to children

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