संगठन का घोषणा पत्र (Charter)



“RASHTRIYA SAMAGRA VIKAS SANGH” (RSVS) will always remain dependent on its constituent four major group’s communities among all religions (16.6% SCs, 8.6%STs, 52.1%OBCs & 22.7%FCs) and well-wishers of sister associations for implementation of its vision and plans. For co-ordination, the following working groups are being set up and the responsibilities shall remain collective.

1.   Central Executive Committee (CEC):  CEC shall be the highest policy making body of RSVS. It shall have up to 21 central members and 2 state representatives from each state:

2.   National Core Team (NCT): NCT will have up to 31 members selected for a period of 5 years. Further, it will have the volunteers to work as co-ordinators to implement the policy guidelines set by the CEC.

3.    State Executive Committees (SEC) & State Core Teams (SCT): SEC and SCT for every state may be setup to replicate the functioning of the CEC and NCT at the state level. Similarly, the District Executive Committees and District Core Teams may also be set up.

4.  BASIC OBJECTIVES: i. The RSVS shall be totally of Social, Non-Political and Non-Religious in character. ii.     The ultimate mission of this organisation shall be to create the ideological awareness among the communities belonging to the socially, economically and educationally backward classes of the Indian society through educational, technical, spiritual and cultural programmes by organising motivational camps.

5.  THE REALIZATION OF AIMS AND OBJECTIVES: i. The basic aim and objective of the RSVS shall be to work as an organizer of various associations which are working for social change and economic emancipation among the society with a view to realise, in practical terms, the supreme principles of universal justice, liberty, equality and fraternity, enunciated in the Constitution of India. ii. Justice: social, economic and political; Liberty of:  thought, expression, belief, faith and worship; Equality of: status and opportunity; and Fraternity: assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation.

6.  FOUNDER CORE TEAM- A MISSION: RSVS was formed in January 2014 by eleven respected people belonging to socially, economically and educationally backward classes to achieve the goal of “One Man One Value” in the real sense. The founder core team of the organisation works under one leadership, bearing collective responsibility.

7.  CORE ISSUES TO IMPLEMENT: The nature of the organisation is completely Non-Political, Non-Religious and Non-Agitational.  The RSVS has been taking-up the following four issues to develop the society, especially, the educationally, economically and socially backward communities of India.

1.  Population based proportionate representation for four social classes like 16.6% for Scheduled castes (SCs), 8.6% for Scheduled Tribes (STs), 52.1% for Other Backward Castes (OBCs) and 22.7% for Forward Castes (FCs) to be given by the government in private and public sector including higher bureaucracy, higher judiciary and higher educational posts through passing a parliamentary Bill for an uniform law of economic and social Justice. If the present Government wants to achieve a goal of social and economic reform and succeed in its “Make in India” plan with holistic development then the above mentioned policy points will have to be considered to achieve realistic empowerment. The present reservation policy of government has been ineffective in case of empowerment of needy sections of all four social groups.

2.  The present nursery to school education policy has been completely based on inequality. This money based education system is unable to provide uniform education to all sections  and social groups of Indian society. If you have seen the budgetary allocation for education since 1991, it is on average 3% to the GDP. However, it was about 30% in the period of pre independent India. The free and fair education for the age group of 6-14 years children is to be given by the Govt. which has been included in Directive of Principles of the Indian Constitution. The free, fair, uniform and compulsory education for all the children up to the age of 14 years was the prime dream of Dr. Babasahab B. R. Ambedkar, under the slogan  “To Educate”. The group of researchers have done some study and research on the present education system and it has been felt that there is urgent need to reform our present education system. The government has formulated a Law under RTE Act in which the following has to be implemented, that……….

1. Every child of the teachers should take admission in their Govt. school.

2. Children of the officers on administrative posts of the District should also take admission in their area Govt schools.

3. The syllabus of private public schools and govt. school should be uniform.

4. The medium of instructions for all private and govt. Schools should be uniform.

5. The salary and training of Govt. and private school should be uniform.

6. All expenses till school level must be borne by the government for the govt. school as well as for the public school.

7. Surety and security from nursery to school level admission in govt. or public school must to be given by government for the children of all social class.

8. The budgetary allocation on school education must be raised from 3% of GDP to 30% of GDP.

9. Basic education is the most essential factor for overall and uniform socio-economic development of our country.

3.     It must be a moral and social responsibility of every citizen of the society to eliminate the corruption where ever it is. We have done a study on this issues that it may be reduced if government take some important measures to reform the present election system. The root of corruption exists due to present election process, because black money is used in bulk by most of the candidates to win the contest. As we all are aware that politicians want to earn more and more in terms of multiple returns of their invested money during the election by putting moral or immoral efforts. If the Government really like to eliminate the major parts of corruption from India, they   should generate a national fund for free and fair election. The government must bear election expenses of each and every contesting candidate by forming a uniform code of conduct. The political leaders may not be having clue as to how this huge amount needed as election fund could be arranged? In this regards, if government has a strong will power then there will be no problem in arranging this fund. An amount of Rs. 28 lakh crores can be arranged out of black money of Indians which are lying in foreign banks. A fund of Rs. 50 lakh crores can be arranged from the gold held by the temples, which has been estimated by government under the recent gold monetisation scheme. An amount of Rs. 50 lakh crores can be arranged from domestic black money and the fund of Rs. 8175 crores may also be arranged from MP lad by transferring it to this pool, for the noble cause. Overall, the government is able to arrange a National Fund of about Rs.130 lakh crore, which could be used for national development, through eliminating the corruption and nationalisation of primary education.

4.    The 4th point is also very important for socio-economic development of weaker sections of our society. The government should launch an employment generation scheme under the job guaranty mission. This mission should be operated under a slogan of “हर घर में हो कम-से-कम एक रोजगार, तनखा हो कम-से-कम 15 हजार”.  At least one member must be given job in a family, for which a salary of Rs. 15 thousand be paid by the employer. This goal can also fulfilled out of the above national fund.

5.   This is all the more important that nearly 75% of population is currently suffering without any health care guarantee scheme. There is a need to generate a national fund to launch the free health care scheme. Free health care to every citizen should be the prime responsibility of government, because this task comes under constitutional fundamental right. It should be the objective of every growing economy to increase the productivity. If, we have no action plan for proper health care to our youths then we can not achieve this goal due to poor health condition.

We are willing to arrange motivation camps throughout the country at the selected clusters of socially, economically and educationally weaker sections, to teach them as to how they could avail the opportunities of development under many schemes of the government.