Chaithanya Educational And Rural Development Society


Social Sector



Our organisation works for people to help themselves to overcome their social obstacles by changing attitudes and socio-economical conditions of the target people. Source

Causes Working On

Health, Education, Water, Sanitation, Skill Development, Livelihood, Disability, Agriculture and Emergency services during disasters.

Awards & Certifications

  • Bharat Vikas Ratan AwardFebruary-2012

    The Economic for Health and Educational Growth

    Services for the National Development

  • Indira Gandhi Excellence AwardDecember-2013

    International Business Council

    Outstanding Achievement in Social Development

  • Honorary Doctorate & Lifetime Achievement AwardApril-2013

    Academy of Universal Global Peace & The New Intern

    Social Service

  • Mother Teresa Excellence AwardNovember-2012

    Integrated Council for Socio-Economic Progress

    Immense Contribution in Rural Development

  • Glory of India Award with Gold MedalSeptember-2012

    Economic and Social Development Foundation, New De

    Services for the National Development

  • Swami Vivekanda and Sister Margaret AwardJuly-2016

    Sister Margaret Foundation, Kolkata

    Community Service and Comprehensive Social Development

  • The Best Citizen of IndiaMay-2015

    The Economic and Human Resource Development Associ

    Social and Humanitarian Services

  • Rashtra Vibhushan AwardApril-2015

    Foundation for Accelerated Community Empowerment

    Outstanding contribution for National Economic and Rural Development

  • NGO Excellence AwardMay-2014

    Mahez NGO - NGO’s National Conference – 2014

    Enormous Contribution in the field of social services

  • Dr.APJ Abdul Kalam Award with Gold MedalMarch-2018

    Friendship Forum, New Delhi

    Out stand Services and Achievements in Social Service

  • Book of Records-2016 Award & Meritorious Service Award with Gold MedalSeptember-2016

    ASHA PRADEEP & Talent Survey Report Council

    Role in Social Services to the underprivileged communities