Suryodaya Academic Institutional Collaboration Drive

Suryodaya Foundation is running joint initiatives with various educational institutes in Maharashtra where the colleges are encouraged to adopt local villages and communities for water discovery and conservation programs. This also involves students of these institutions thereby giving them noble opportunity to work towards community development as social interns and contributing to their wholesome character development.

Suryodaya University has launched a joint initiative with Swamy Ramanand Teerth University, Nanded, Marathwada by starting various water conservation programs on its campus as a model initiative. It has given an exposure to 3000 students studying on the campusas how to conduct these models in their respective area of residence and also to contribute socially to cause of water harvesting. This is expected to have an amplifier effect as Swamy Ramanand Teerth University has 350 colleges affiliated to it.

Suryodaya is expected to soon widely launch its ‘Adopt a Village’ program expected to have multiplier impact across Maharashtra.


2019 इस वर्ष “सूर्योदय फौंडेशन” जलसंवर्धन का काम मराठवाडा के अकाल पीडित नांदेड जिल्हे में करने जा रहा है

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Ration distribution in forest range area ,Thane by Suryodaya Foundation
Ration distribution in forest range area ,Thane by Suryodaya Foundation

कोयना पाचगाव पुनर्वसन प्रकल्पा मधील ६४ कुटुंबांना भिवंडी येथे पाठवण्यात आले आहे त्या कुटुंबांना पद्मश्री डॉक्टर अनुराधा पौडवाल यांच्या सूर्योदय फाउंडेशन तर्फे दिनांक ३१ मे रोजी सकाळी ११ वाजता धान्याचे वाटप करण्यात आले.   सदर वाटपासाठी पद्मश्री डॉक्टर अनुराधा पौडवाल उपस्थित होत्या. त्यांच्या हस्ते ६४ कुटुंबाना धान्य(राशन) वाटप करण्यात आले. त्यावेळी नाना पालकर समितीचे व्यवस्थापक […]

Springs found at various kundas in Mahur

While doing desilting of kundas, number of springs were found. About 1,00,000 Cu. Mt. work of desilting was done. This will increase storage capacity by 100 million liters per year. Water recharge increased by 300 million liters per year.