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Citizenship Development Society is now starting the vocational course in Basic and advanced Cutting and Tailoring. By which people can be able to understand the different techniques used in Cutting and tailoring and through this people especially women are able to get their bread and butter by the self-employment or by working in any institution, organization or in any private firm in the society, After the successful completion of the course a certificate will be provided to the candidates which will from the National institute of open schooling, Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India.

Citizenship Development Society initiated a Joint Plan with THAYULLAM FOUNDATION in its project of VTIAL

Although education is a life-long process, not confined only to classroom instruction, formal education in institutional settings plays a major role in shaping people’s personalities and worldviews. In the context of the perceived rapid erosion of citizenship values in our personal and social life, the role of value education in formal educational institutions cannot be over-stressed. The Justice Verma Commission Report(1999) rightly points out: “It is important to recognize that we are living in the multichannel learning environment where learning accrues from a large number of sources like home, school, community, print media, electronic mass media, knowledge networks, internet, etc. Given the ever-spreading tentacles of multichannel learning environment and increasing globalization of mass media, the issue of education in Fundamental Duties, particularly as a school-dependent education, needs due consideration.” The Delhi-based Citizenship Development Society (CDS) has been active for more than two decades in trying to promote citizenship values. It has made a deep study of citizenship value education, which has helped us in preparing this concept note. Some years ago, the Anandashram, based in Kanhangad, Kerala launched an initiative called VITAL (Value Integrated Teaching and Learning), with the similar aim of facilitating students to imbibe citizenship values enshrined in the Preamble of the Constitution of India and the section on Fundamental Duties through empowering teaching fraternity. VITAL has conducted almost 60 workshops so far, reaching more than 5000 participants. It has been able to bring out a feasible methodology to enable present and prospective teachers to internalize citizenship values and to learn how to communicate them to students by integrating these values with textbook lessons and examples drawn from daily life. With similar aims, CDS and VITAL could make joint efforts to bring citizenship values to the Centre-stage of our national educational policy.


Our vocational training center is introducing some new courses, for enquiry contact us or visit our website….

Citizenship Development Society is now starting the vocational course in Basic and advanced Cutting and Tailoring. By which people can be able to understand the different techniques used in Cutting and tailoring and through this people especially women are able to get their bread and butter by the self-employment or by working in any institution, organization or in any private firm in the society, After the successful completion of the course a certificate will be provided to the candidates which will from the National institute of open schooling, Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India.


Citizenship Development Society is starting course in Computing Skills certified by NIOS please contact for further information ….

Citizenship Development Society is now starting the course in basic computing skills through Accredited Vocational Institute (AVI). By which people can be able to understand the methodologies used in computer technology and also there will be enhancement in the computer literacy in the society, after the successful completion of the course a certificate will be provided to the candidates which will from the National institute of open schooling, Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India.


Citizenship Development Society is collaborating with Rashtriya Jagriti Sansthan on a “National Conference on Electoral Reforms” in coming September 2014….

India’s polity has been built around the basic principles of democracy, sovereign powers vesting in the people, justice to all, liberty of thought and expression and dignity of the individual. To exercise these rights, the individual citizen must be assured by the State full protection and security of his person and freedom of action under the Rule of Law. Mahatma Gandhi wrote in Young India on 1 August 1920: “The true test of democracy is the ability of anyone to act as he likes, as long as he does not injure the life and property of others.” Writing in Harijan in 1942, he went further “My concept of freedom is no narrow conception. It is co-extensive with the freedom of man in all its majesty.” Jawaharlal Nehru while moving the Resolution Re: Aims and Objects of the Constitution in the Constituent Assembly on Friday, 13 December 1946 inter alia began by declaring the firm and solemn resolve to draw up for India’s “future governance a Constitution”: “Wherein all power and authority of Sovereign Independent India, its constituent parts “Wherein all power and authority of Sovereign Independent India, its constituent parts and organs of government are derived from the people” and, “Wherein shall be guaranteed and secured to all the people of India, justice, social, economic and political; equality of status, of opportunity, and before the law; freedom of thought, association and action subject to law and public order.” Supporting the Resolution three days later on Monday 16 December 1946, Srikrishna Sinha stated in the Constituent Assembly “that India of the future is to be a democratic and decentralized republic in which the ultimate sovereignty is to lie with the people.” Founded on these principles, the Republic and the Constitution began their journey on 26 January 1950. More than 60 years later in 2010, the ground reality is depressing. The Indian Citizen has not experienced the dawn of freedom or transfer of power to his hands and continues to be in fetters and not free. In fact, ordinary citizens still feel treated like ‘subjects’ (as under the colonial rule) and have not become sovereign masters in a democratic republic….


Citizenship Development Society is organizing a free health Check-up Camp for poor and needy people with the help of Metro Hospital, Noida in this month of August for enrollment please contact

Citizenship Development Society is organizing a free health check-up camp for poor and needy people with the help of METRO HOSPITAL, in this the complete diagnosis (example family Planning, Blood pressure test for adults, Children specialists for observing the children and many more) of the body will be observed which will be completed by providing the Diagnosis Report and the suggestions given to the people…..


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