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The Beginning


Akash Memorial Charitable Trust was established on 24th Sep 2005. The trust has been formed in the memory of Akash Saxena, an outstanding human being and a student of Computer engineering, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar ( INDIA ). As is the saying, God just cannot stay away from those whom He loves the most and takes them into his embrace early. Same happened with Akash who had to go back at an early age of Twenty. Now , following his foot steps, we try to help Society in whatever way we can.

The trust is registered under the Indian Registration Act vide Registration No. IV/349 dated 24.09.2005

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IT enabling of disabled persons

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To provide suitable inrastructure, faculty and IT peripherals for development of skills in the field of Computers and IT Enabled Services(ITES) for visually impaired, Handicapped and Under Privileged individuals for their suitable employment in the Corporate Sector. The trust shall endeavor to make these persons IT savvy and enable them to acquire jobs and/or own enterprises in IT field.

 

 

 

Akash Memorial Charitable Trust has opened a Computer center named "Virjanand Akash Computer Kendra" in the premises of Arya Samaj, Sector-29, Noida.

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Generating civic sense

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Security Awareness

A Security Awareness Symposium was organized in the premises of Prakash Hospital to bring Security Awareness amongst RWA members and citizens of Noida.
Eminent Personalities like SSP Noida (Dr. R.K.S. Rathore), Mahesh Saxena, NP Singh spoke on the ocassion. The main talk was given by Wing Cdr. Ashish Kumar Saxena ,Chairman Akash Memorial Charitable Trust.





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To hold camps for general awareness in the fields of general security and road safety by organising lectures by eminent persons during meetings conducted by RWAs and Welfare Societies. The trust also envisages road campaigns for generation of basic civic sense like safe driving, pedestrian's safety rules, eliminating habit of spitting/smoking/drinking in public places, deter urination and defecation on the roads by humans and pets and helping all and sundry.

 

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