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Mr. Ashwini Nayak ( Founder & Managing Director )

From the Founder’s Diary

Bipin Institution For Benevolent Action and Rural Society was founded in 1996 by Mr. Ashwini Nayak. A farmer by profession, son to a freedom fighter and brother to a social activist, Mr. Nayak dons many hats. A farmer by profession, he takes his commitment as a social activist very dedicatedly. The generic condition of the people’s lives in his home district of Dhenkanal has deeply perturbed Mr. Nayak, who noticed the impact of lack of education and information had on the people’s lives. Mr. Nayak firmly believes in an equal society, where each person’s basic needs are met with; hence decided to try his best to free the people from the struggles they faced on a daily basis and this crucial thought later led to the inception of the Bipin Institute For Benevolent Action and Rural Transition.

Odisha is a land of many wonders, which has magnificent historical remnants to boast and is also known for its exquisite flora and fauna. Odisha is also home to nearly 62 tribes, who constitute 24% of the total population.

Founded in 1996, Bipin Institute For Benevolent Action and Rural Transition is located in Damol of Dhenkanal district of Odisha. It was formed with the aim of uplifting the lives and livelihoods of the residents of this industrial district of Dhenkanal. Situated amidst industries and alongside the Brahmani river, and home to diverse tribes, the  inhabitants of this place mostly rely on fishing and agriculture at the industrial firms for their livelihoods. Due to waste flowing into the river and contaminating the waters, both the fishing and agriculture sectors suffer heavy losses and setbacks. There are high numbers of fishes dying due to polluted water as well as produce being spoilt for the same reason. Apart from acute financial shortcomings, the people are also very vulnerable to lose their lives pertaining to excessive exposure to industrial waste and pollution. Hence, there is a serious dearth of money and a scaringly continuous fall in the living standards of the people of Dhenkanal district, especially as alternative opportunities are scarce or unavailable. Bipin Institute is dedicated to eradicating the plight of the tribal population invested in the above-mentioned occupations. The society believes in ensuring lives of dignity and consistency to all the people living in the district.

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Bipin Institute For Benevolent Action And Rural Transition

Odisha is a land of many wonders, which has magnificent historical remnants to boast and is also known for its exquisite flora and fauna. Odisha is also home to nearly 62 tribes, who constitute 24% of the total population. Founded in 1996, Bipin Institute For Benevolent Action and Rural Transition…Read More

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