The Aim and Objectives of RSVS

The organisation named “Rashtriya Samagra Vikas Sangh” was formed to fulfill the aim of National Holistic Development Mission of India on 19 January 2014 by the efforts of some retired as well as in service Officers/Employees of Scheduled Castes/ Tribes/ OBCs and Minority Communities. This organisation is run by a leadership bearing collective responsibility to achieve a goal of One Man One Value.

The nature of the organisation is completely non-political, non-religious and non-agitational. The think-tank of the Ambedkarite movement thinks about the development of educationally, economically and socially backward classes of India using the researchical and advisory efforts to the Government. This organisation is also making especial planning to provide appropriate guidance for needy people, towards economic development, through motivation camps.

The working agenda of Rashtriya Samagra Vikas Sangh (RSVS) is as under:

1. Holistic representation in proportion to the population : 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 government among all sources of power (political, bureaucratic, economic, feudal and cultural), through passing a parliamentary Bill for a uniform law of economic and social Justice. If Govt. wants to achieve a goal of social and economic reform with the aim of Make India then the above policy points could be very much effective towards real empowerment. The present reservation policy of government has been ineffective in the case of empowerment of needy section of all four social groups.

2. Nationalisation of primary to school education : The present nursery to school education policy has been completely based on inequality. This money based education system is not able to give uniform education to all sections of four social group 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 6-14 years age group children should be given by Govt. which has been included in Directive Principles of the Indian Constitution. It was the primary mission of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar to educate all.

The group of researchers have done lot of study on the present education system and have found out important ways to reform specially the primary education system. The government formed a law under RTE Act like 1. Every children of the teachers of the school should take admission in their Govt school. 2. Every children of the Government officials of the District should also take admission in their area Govt schools. 3. The syllabus of private and govt. schools should be uniform. 4. The medium of education for all private and Govt. Schools should be uniform. 5. The salary and training of Govt. and private school teaching staff should be uniform. 6. All expenses till school level education must be borne by the Government. 7. Surety and security from nursery to school level admission in govt. or public school must to be given by government for every child irrespective of their social class. 8. The budgetary allocation for school education must be raised from 3% of GDP to 30% of GDP. 9. Basic education is the most important tool for every socio-economic developmental fruit.

3. Election reform to eliminate the corruption : It must be a moral and social responsibility of every citizen of the society to eliminate the corruption where ever it is. We have studied on this issue and have analysed that it may be reduced to large extent if government take some suitable measures towards election reform. The root cause of corruption in election process is black money. Huge amount of black money is being used by many candidates during election to win the contest. Many politicians earn more and more money by applying moral or immoral efforts for this purpose. 

We would like to suggest a point for eliminating the corruption. The government should make a national fund for free and fair election. The government must bear election expenses of every candidate by forming a uniform code of conduct. Some people argue as to how to arrange fund for this purpose? There is no problem to arrange the fund. 28 lakh crores black money may be brought back from foreign banks. The gold lying with the temples evaluating approx. of Rs. 50 lakh crores may be transferred to National Fund.  Rs. 12225 crores of MP lad may also be transferred for this this cause. Domestic black money estimated not less than 50 lakh crores may also be reverted back to this fund. The Government may use this available amount of about 130 lakh crores to reform the present election process and also to nationalise the present elementary education system, thus eliminating the corruptions from both the systems.  

4.  Employment Guaranty Scheme : The 4th point is also very important for socio-economic development of weaker sections of the society. The government could form a new employment policy under a special mission. We propose a slogan “हर घर को हो कम से कम एक रोजगार, तनख़्वा हो कम से कम 15 हजार”. This goal may also be fulfilled out of the above national fund.

5.  Free and holistic healthcare system: 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 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.     

These are the aim and objectives to national development of our organisation. We are willing to arrange some motivation camps in the clusters of weaker section to guide them as to how to use the opportunities of development under many government’s schemes.