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Best International NGOs in India Working for Child Betterment

There are numerous international NGOs working for child betterment in India. Along with the government schemes, policies, and laws, these non-profit organisations are doing whatever it takes to ensure that all child have equal access to their rights and can have a happy and safe childhood and a bright future ahead.

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Best NGO in India

Numerous non-profit organisations are working currently in India. One of the best NGO in India is Save the Children. Carving a niche for itself, it has become one of India’s leading independent child rights organisation. The organisation is running projects in 19 states across India. Save the Children is working to ensure that every last child attains the right to survival, protection, development, and participation. It is working with the most excluded and marginalised communities living in the remotest corners of the country.

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Best Ways to Get Income Tax Exemption

  • Everyone looks for ways to get income tax exemptions. Donors can receive tax rebates and exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961. The tax rebate can be claimed while filing the annual Income Tax Return. This not only gratifies the donor, but it also helps in recognising charitable organisations. All charity organisations ensure that its donors are rewarded in the form of a tax rebate.

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The Collective Onus: Why Children in India are Vulnerable and Need Help

The Collective Onus: Why Children in India are Vulnerable and Need Help

                                                            by Nikita Banati, Save the Children             

India is one of the fasting growing economies. It has vast potential and has started utilising its potential over the last few decades. India is home to almost 1.3 billion people and is the second most populous country in the world. Children represent 39% of the population in India.

Giving the most vulnerable children of India their due should be the collective onus of all responsible citizens of India. Various stakeholders have to play their roles at different levels, be it the government agencies, the civic bodies, the civil society, and citizens of the country.

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Right to Education in India

India has developed tremendously over the past decade. But the actual growth cannot really be measured through the number of flyovers or shopping malls that have been built. How literate and educated the populace of a country is a sound indicator of the progress it (the country) has made. Education is a significant part of our lives. A society can only grow if people are educated and aware.

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