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Krushi Vikas va Gramin Prashikshan Sanstha
 
 
 

Last Updated on November 29, 2022

Operation in state

  • Pan India
 

Thematic Areas

  • Agriculture,food and nutrition
  • Community Development
  • Cross-sectoral/Others
  • CSR and Sustainability
  • Education and Employment
  • Energy, Environment and Climate Change
  • Livelihoods
  • Social Enterprise
  • Technology
  • Water and Sanitation
  • Women and Gender
 
 

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
  • Organization Registration Certificate
 
 

Krushi Vikas va Gramin Prashikshan Sanstha

Under Review

Established In 1991

Registration No. :CSR00001360


At Santaji Nagar , Bodwad Road , Malkapur , Maharashtra , 443101

About the organization

 

Krushi Vikas Gramin va Prashikshan Sanstha (Krushi Vikas) is a registered non-
profit Society endeavouring for agricultural advancement and integrated rural
development since 1991 and has been awarded with several national and state
awards such as "Maharashtra CSR Award 2022", "FICCI - Sustainable Agriculture
Award 2021", “Mahatma Award for Social Goods in 2019”, "CSR Implementing
agency of the year 2016-17" award during India CSR summit 2017 etc.

Krushi Vikas Gramin va Prashikshan Sanstha (Krushi Vikas) is a registered non-profit Society endeavouring for agricultural advancement and integrated ruraldevelopment since 1991 and has been awarded with several national and stateawards such as "Maharashtra CSR Award 2022", "FICCI - Sustainable AgricultureAward 2021", “Mahatma Award for Social Goods in 2019”, "CSR Implementingagency of the year 2016-17" award during India CSR summit 2017 etc.

It works in collaboration with various Government Agencies, Corporates, Foundations and CBOs facilitating growth and development of farmers, landless laborers, women, tribals, youth and rural communities of 1000+ villages empowering more than 1.5 lakh+ households across Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat through impactful interventions in Natural Resource Management, Sustainable Agriculture and Livelihoods, Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs), Skill Development, Digital Literacy, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Women Empowerment, Tribal Development and Climate Change and Renewable Energy and others.

Krushi Vikas is implementing several Projects in collaboration with multiple prestigious CSR organisations like HDFC Bank, EATON India Foundation, LIC-HFL, Munich Re, Sandvik Coromant etc. Digital Literacy Program with kind support of HP Enterprises under the guidance of NASSCOM foundation is among the other prestigious program on Digital Education. Parivartan Program and Vandhan Project is being implemented for developing women and Tribal Livelihoods.

 

The impacts are contributing towards achievement of 10 out of 17 Sustainable Development Goals and Krushi Vikas envision to impact the lives of more than 1 million households by 2031.

Vision:

“A Society Where all people has equitable access to opportunity and Resources to participate in development process and to live life with Dignity”

Mission:

“To create opportunities for the disadvantaged section of the society to improve their quality of life through knowledge based socio-economic interventions with an integrated approach.”

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Special features of the organization

1. Evolution: An organisation formed by vulnerable farmers with the aim of
overcoming precarious situation through adoption of mitigation strategies to
live a dignified life. Started from a village in Maharashtra, it is now expanding
across geographies from 100 farmers to 1.5 lac+ farmers. It operates in the
most deprived regions of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat suffering
from low rainfall, low productivity, lack of adequate infrastructure leading to
agrarian distress. Over the period, the organisation gained domain expertise
on Integrated Rural Development, Farmers Producers Organisations (FPOs),
Watershed Development, Sustainable Agriculture and Livelihoods, Climate
Change and Renewable Energy, Digital Technologies, Skilling and Enterprise
Development, WASH, Women and Tribal Development etc.
2. Impact maximization: Krushi Vikas advocates development of sustainable,
irreversible and replicable models to harness impactful ways of collaboration,
partnerships etc. and reach out to additional number of stakeholders. For its
impactful works, the organisation has been recognized and awarded by
various state and national level entities such as FICCI, ICC, NGOBOX,
Mahatma Awards, IndiaCSR etc.
3. Supporting international and national regulatory frameworks:
Through impactful interventions across domains, Krushi Vikas is contributing
towards 10 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and also in fulfilling
various National commitments.
4. Krushi Vikas pledge impact the lives of 1 million households by 2031 with
additional support from donors
  • Evolution: An organisation formed by vulnerable farmers with the aim ofovercoming precarious situation through adoption of mitigation strategies tolive a dignified life. Started from a village in Maharashtra, it is now expandingacross geographies from 100 farmers to 1.5 lac+ farmers. It operates in themost deprived regions of Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat sufferingfrom low rainfall, low productivity, lack of adequate infrastructure leading toagrarian distress. Over the period, the organisation gained domain expertiseon Integrated Rural Development, Farmers Producers Organisations (FPOs),Watershed Development, Sustainable Agriculture and Livelihoods, ClimateChange and Renewable Energy, Digital Technologies, Skilling and EnterpriseDevelopment, WASH, Women and Tribal Development etc.
  • Impact maximization: Krushi Vikas advocates development of sustainable,irreversible and replicable models to harness impactful ways of collaboration,partnerships etc. and reach out to additional number of stakeholders. For itsimpactful works, the organisation has been recognized and awarded byvarious state and national level entities such as FICCI, ICC, NGOBOX,Mahatma Awards, IndiaCSR etc.
  • Supporting international and national regulatory frameworks:Through impactful interventions across domains, Krushi Vikas is contributingtowards 10 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and also in fulfillingvarious National commitments.
  • Krushi Vikas pledge impact the lives of 1 million households by 2031 withadditional support from donors.
 

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

 

1. Collaboration and partnerships: We believe a change can be
brought in with the acting and active pillars of development therefore
we collaborate with support agencies, knowledge partners, regulatory
bodies and stakeholders to drive a common agenda of continuous
development as a result there have been several partnerships helping
us reach more than 1.5 lac needy stakeholders. This particular aspect
has been helping Krushi Vikas to overcome funds crunch, knowledge
barrier, directional approach, etc.
2. Transition from stakeholdership to stewardship: Krushi Vikas
believes that stewardship is important for sustainable impacts hence it
has been promoting a conducive process that nurtures needy
stakeholders to have a buy-in in a thorough process (planning,
execution, monitoring, data management, impact evaluation etc.)
which eventually converts an individual agenda into common agenda
helping communities to take ownership and shoulder their
responsibilities.
3. Impact orientation: Krushi Vikas promotes locally sound, adaptable,
acceptable and workable models conducive to the environment,
ecology and the geography that are being continuously replicated in
and around the work sites generates good impacts and thereby
irreversible sustainable practices are nurtured into community culture.
Krushi Vikas has successfully developed model FPOs, integrated village
development models, enterprise development models etc.
4. Return on investment: We ensure maximum returns on the
investment while ensuring donors’ employees also becoming a part of
the interventions so that there is good connect with the society and
feeling of proud to be doing something good and better social connect.
5. Compliance: Krushi Vikas is complied with all mandatory
requirements such as 12A, 80G, CSR-1, FCRA necessary to undertake
various development works and has in place robust organizational
systems to ensure accountability and transparency.
  • Collaboration and partnerships: We believe a change can bebrought in with the acting and active pillars of development thereforewe collaborate with support agencies, knowledge partners, regulatorybodies and stakeholders to drive a common agenda of continuousdevelopment as a result there have been several partnerships helpingus reach more than 1.5 lac needy stakeholders. This particular aspecthas been helping Krushi Vikas to overcome funds crunch, knowledgebarrier, directional approach, etc.
  • Transition from stakeholdership to stewardship: Krushi Vikasbelieves that stewardship is important for sustainable impacts hence ithas been promoting a conducive process that nurtures needy stakeholders to have a buy-in in a thorough process (planning,execution, monitoring, data management, impact evaluation etc.)which eventually converts an individual agenda into common agendahelping communities to take ownership and shoulder theirresponsibilities.
  • Impact orientation: Krushi Vikas promotes locally sound, adaptable,acceptable and workable models conducive to the environment,ecology and the geography that are being continuously replicated inand around the work sites generates good impacts and therebyirreversible sustainable practices are nurtured into community culture.Krushi Vikas has successfully developed model FPOs, integrated villagedevelopment models, enterprise development models etc.
  • Return on investment: We ensure maximum returns on theinvestment while ensuring donors’ employees also becoming a part ofthe interventions so that there is good connect with the society andfeeling of proud to be doing something good and better social connect.
  • Compliance: Krushi Vikas is complied with all mandatoryrequirements such as 12A, 80G, CSR-1, FCRA necessary to undertakevarious development works and has in place robust organizationalsystems to ensure accountability and transparency.

 

 

Chief Functionary

Name :  
Amit Naphade
 
Designation :  
Chief Executive Officer
 
Email :  
krushi.vikas@yahoo.com
 
 

Contact

Name :  
Ashish Naphade
 
Designation :  
Director
 
Email 1 :  
ho.kvgps@gmail.com
 
Phone :  
07267-224710
 
 

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