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I Organisation Information

II Organisation Information

III Past Accomplishments

IV Project Budget

 

Project Title

Ashir Orphan Children Home (A home for the homeless)

Contact Personís Name

Rev. M.N. Ashirvadam

Organisation Name

M/s. Great Commission Ministries

Address

104, Prudent Pranava Apts., Brindavan Colony,
Opp. A. S. Rao Nagar, Hydeabad 500062
Andhra Pradesh, INDIA

Day Phone

91-40-27137409

Evening Phone

91-09391027090

Fax Number

91-40-27137409

eMail Address

Organisationís religious & denominational affiliation, if any

Religious, Educational and Social

NGO Status

Society   Trust Other

Does your organisation have an FCRA?

No  Yes, FCRA No. 010230563

Our Faith and Mission Statement

We believe in Trinity God, that Jesus Christ was and is the Son of God and He died sacrificially for the sake of humankind and we believe that the Holy Scriptures revealed by God will be helpful to the entire mankind to live a meaningful life for Him.

Does your NGO help those in greatest need, regardless of caste, religion, sex, and creed?

Yes No

I. Project Information

1. Project Summary

Project Location

Bhongir, Nalgonda, Andhra Pradesh

Project Budget

Rs 18,00,000.00

What are the Goals of the Project?

To help the orphan children by providing food, shelter and education

To bring them in a spiritual atmosphere

To help them to have a better future

To raise disciples for Jesus from those children

To whom will this Project help? How many people will it help?

It will help the orphan children from gypsies/tribals

It will help the downtrodden dalit children

Around 100 children will have the benefit of the project

TopI Organisation Information

Benefits of proposed project

Basic Education Children will be sent to school for their basic education, which will help them to have good career. The children in the orphanage mostly will be from backward classes and dalits, therefore it will help them to eliminate the inferiority from their hearts.

Basic Needs In the orphanage the children will have the benefit of all basic necessities. Children will be supported physically, spiritually and mentally. They will have good food thrice in a day, in case of physical weakness the child will be given medical care, the children will have clean drinking water, clothing and the daily needs such as soaps, pens, pencils, books, etc.

How will the organisation implement the project?

Modus Operandi The Board of Governors of Great Commission Ministries meets once in a year and plans for financial year goals and budget and appoints a Charted Accountant registered with the Union Government of India. Charted Accountant will audit the project every year and gives its report to the board. The annual audit report is transparent and is open to all open requests.

The board will keep available this evaluation report and annual report to the entire general body members at the time of annual general body meeting for the open and transparency of the organisation.

Internal Audit Accounts Manager, Treasurer, President and experienced person from outside, nominated by the board will add the internal audit committee, which meets every quarter and audit all the account.

How will be the local people and local community will be involved in the project?

There are no local people involved in the project in helping us to help the orphans. The support of grains comes from one particular family once in every four months for the children in the orphanage. There may be support in the future from the local people but not to the extent of fulfilling the project. There are some voluntary organisations that can help us in giving clothes and basic necessities to the children.

How will the project become self-sufficient?

There is a piece of land owned by the Great Commission Ministries where we are planning to have the orphanage. The Ministries is planning to establish an educational school in the premises. This school will help us to have free education to the orphan children and also to the poor and we can have some fees and donations collected from other children. The area where the land is located has no good educational school. We plan to have this school for the self-support of the project. We are not going to charge the other children with big amount but to the extent that they can bear their children and get educated in a good Christian School. All the profit incurred from this self sufficient project will be used for the orphanage and the other aims of the organisation.

What problems might happen during the project?

The project of the orphanage is Christian in nature therefore there may be some problem with the anti Christian groups. This may lead to the misunderstanding of the people in the region. But we hope on the Lord that there might not be any danger in the project.

Is the project religious in nature?

Yes the project is religious in nature. This project is maintained by a Christian organisation and therefore it is Christian by nature.

TopII Organisation Information

What are the Goals of the organisation?

Evangelising Proclamation of the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Empowering To share love of God by providing development to the underprivileged.

Establishing To plant churches and nourish them using the Antioch church in Acts as a model. To develop leaders with biblical qualities to perform biblical duties.

Equipping To train young believers to do His ministry and also to nurture the children.

Expanding To extend the ministry and its responsibilities to take the gospel to all the areas of the country.

Who founded the organisation?

Rev. M. N. Ashirvadam is the founder of the organisation.

When was the organisation founded? How was it founded?

Great Commission Ministry was founded on 17th Sept. 1994.

Who controls the organisation?

The executive board controls the organisation. But the supreme authority of the organisation is the general body of the society. The body has elected a Chief Executive Officer to take care of the operations of the organisation on behalf of the body. The body will frame the duties of the officer.

How many people are employed full-time, all year, by your organisation?

16 full time workers are working with the organisation to whom the organisation supports all the year.

List of current officers of the Organisation

Name

Designation

Address

Atipamula Krishna Moses

President

Maddivarigudem, Bollepally
Bhongir (Man), Nalgonda Dist.
AP, India

Garjakunta Sudarshan

Vice President

Narsampally Village, Mulugu Post
Medak Dist., AP, India

Rev. Mylaram Narsimha Ashirvadam

General Secretary

# 104/A, Prudent Pranava Apts., Brindavan Colony
Opp. A.S. Rao Nagar, Hyderabad 500062
AP, India

Gangavat Srinivas Niak

Joint Secretary

14, Banjarahills, Bhongir 508116
AP, India

Mudugula Anandam

Treasurer

Medpally Village, Bommalaramaram,
Nalgonda, AP, India

What are some of the current projects of the organisation?

GCM is currently serving the lord in different parts of Andhra Pradesh. At present we are ministering in Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh.

Orphan Homes This was started at Bhongir of Nalgonda district of AP with a vision of helping the orphans who are in millions in India. We want to help at least a few children out of them. We have 30 children in the home and need to have support. This home is managed on faith. We are planning to have 100 children in the home and to help them in providing food, shelter and education.

Sewing Centres GCM had been able to give 18 gypsy ladies the needed training and gifted them with sewing machines last year and we are planning to have more gypsy ladies for this year and needed some more sewing machines.

Education Educating the children and adults is another wing of GCM. We have adult education projects in some parts of Telangana and we are also supporting the children of the orphanage for their education in another school. There are plans of establishing a school in 6-acre land, which is owned by Great Commission Ministries.

Widows Care As we go into the villages to preach the gospel, we saw many widows who are begging on the streets, some of them are not able to have even one time meals. When we saw them, we remembered the Lord saying, the villages are scattered around with sheep without a shepherd. The Lord means to say, a holistic way of reaching the widows with the gospel. Such widows are without help and care in the villages. Now we are able to look after them with partial help by giving clothes, food and free medicines. In the near future we have plans to make shelter for them. Already we have place to build it. We are praying to the Lord to get the required resources from agencies and churches to continue the ministry. We appreciate your prayers. If you are interested to assist this ministry please let us know, we will be glad to contact you. Altogether let us care the widows and bless them with the salvation from Lord Jesus Christ.

Bible School The fruits of the evangelism are many in numbers. Among them there are many young men and women who are interested in doing His ministry, they are to be trained. We have planned out for a Bible School where they will be trained. We have trained few young men for His ministry and sent them to their own people.

In the month of January 2004 another new batch was started with 8 students. Thanking God for the accomodation facilities. With these 8 students we are having weekend ministry from friday to sunday. Many people came to the Lord.

TopIII Past Accomplishments

Organisationís past projects

Orphanage The society is running an orphanage for the poor orphan children at Bhongir. The strength of the orphanage is 30 children. Organisation is providing them food and shelter apart from education. Most of the children are from very poor background. These children are growing in the shade of lord, day by day. They attend the Sunday school and church service and are developing in the shade of Lord.

Adult Education The society was able to give education for the adults who are illiterate. Around 150 adults in gypsies are given education and among them 43 have accepted the Lord.

Sewing Centres Great Commission Ministries had trained 47 women in the remote villages in our sewing centres. They are earning for their families, and are living happily. Among these women, 19 women have come to the lord and accepted the Lord. The organisation distributed 47 sewing machines for training the women in the centres.

TopIV Project Budget

Building Project we have Divided Several Stages.

Foundation

Roof Stage

Walls

Doors & Windows

Toilets & Sanitary

Electricity Fittings

Flooring

Painting

Extras

Rendering

Project Title Ashraya (A home for the homeless)

TopAbstract Estimation for Foundation stage of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Earth work excavation

70/cum

87.48

6,124.00

2

Earth filling in trenches
Earth filling over area

35/cum
35/cum

75.2
33.01

†2,632.00
†1,156.00

3

CRS masonry (CM 1:8)

1,000/cum

27.71

27,710.00

4

PCC in 1:4:8: in foundation
a) PCC below flooring (1:2:4)

1,393/cum
1,815/cum

3.81

14.08

†5,307.00

25,555.00

5

RCC (M 20) for footings

2,100/cum

11.35

23,835.00

6

a) RCC (M20) for columns

2,100/cum

9.1

19,110.00

7

Shuttering area for building

85/sqm

635

53,805.00

8

Plinth beams (M15)

1,815/sqm

11.87

21,544.00

19

Steel requirement including fabrication charges

22,000/MT

3.5MT

77,000.00

   

Total

2,63,778.00

9

Department expenses (4% of total cost)

10,551.00

10

Sales tax (4%) + income tax (1.5%)

15,827.00

11

Registration & Documentation (5%)

59,525.00

12

Execution & Contract (7%)

18,465.00

Grand Total

3,68,146.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Roof Stage of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Roof Beams (RCC M20)+

2,100/cum

15.94

33,474.00

2

RCC slab (M20)

2,100/cum

31.68

66,528.00

3

Steel requirement including fabrication charges

22,000/MT

6MT

1,32,000.00

   

Total

2,32,002.00

22

Department Expenses (4% of total cost)

9,280.00

23

Sales Tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

13,920.00

25

Execution & Contract (7%)

16,240.00

††

Grand Total

2,71,442.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Walls proposed for orphan home (project home-1)
 

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Brick work in (CM1: 6)

1,460/cum

111

† 1,62,060.00

2

Department Expenses (4% of total cost)

†† 6,482.00

3

Sales (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

†9,724.00

4

Execution & contract (7%)

11,344.00

 

Grand Total

1,89,610.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Doors & Windows of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Teak wood for main doors including 2 coats enamel painting over 1 coat primer

2,000/cft

12 cft

††† 24,000.00

2

Medium wood for all the remaining doors and windows including 2 coats painting over 1 coat primer

1,000/cft

1,57 cft

†1,57,000.00

   

Total

1,81,000.00

23

Sales Tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

†††† 10,810.00

25

Execution & Contract (7%)

†††† 12,670.00

22

Miscellaneous Expenses (4% of total cost)

†††††† 7,240.00

 

Grand Total

2,11,720.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Toilets & Sanitary Fittings of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs.)

Quantity
(cu.m)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Toilet area

450/sqm

91

37,350.00

2

Supplying and fixing of plumbing items such as Indian, western type with flush tanks and std. Fixture in toilets, and all sanitary fittings like septic tank, water tank, sump @7% of total cost

83,335.00

3

a) RCC Lintels
b) sunshades

2,100/cum
2,100/cum

3.5
6.19

†7,350.00
12,999.00

   

Total

1,65,010.00

4

Sales Tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

† 9,900.00

5

Execution & Contract (7%)

11,550.00

6

Miscellaneous Expenses (4% of total cost)

† 6,600.00

 

Grand Total

1,93,060.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Electricity Fittings of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

21

Electrical work in all 3 buildings including material @ 5%

59,525.00

22

Department Expenses (4% of total cost)

† 2,381.00

23

Sales tax (4%)+income tax (1.5%)

† 3,572.00

25

Execution & contract (7%)

†† 4,167.00

 

Grand Total

†69,645.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Flooring of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

14

Marble flooring area with skirting

500/sqm

187

93,500.00

22

Miscellaneous Expenses (4% of total cost)

47,620.00

23

Sales tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

65,477.00

25

Execution & Contract (7%)

93,335.00

 

Grand Total

1,09,395.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Painting of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

17

Painting with OBD for all interior walls and ceiling in 2 coats over 1 coat primer

53/sqm

962

50,986.00

18

Painting with snowcem for all exterior walls and out side ceiling in 2 coats over 1 coat primer

32/sqm

420

13,440.00

22

Miscellaneous Expenses (4% of total cost)

†2,577.00

23

Sales Tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

†3,866.00

25

Execution & Contract (7%)

†4,510.00

 

Grand Total

75,379.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Extras of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Cots for boys

1,500/one

25

†† 37,500.00

2

Cots for girls

1,500/one

25

†† 37,500.00

3

Kitchen and Dining utensils

Lumpsum

1,00,000.00

 

 

Total

1,70,000.00

TopAbstract Estimation for Rendering of proposed orphan home (project home-1)

S. No.

Description

Rate/Unit
(Rs)

Quantity
(cum)

Total
(Rupees)

1

Plastering in cm l:4 for walls (20 mm thick)

70/sqm

1,095

76,650.00

2

Plastering to ceiling (15 mm thick) in cm 1:4

62/sqm

302

18,724.00

   

Total

95,374.00

3

Miscellaneous Expenses (4% of total cost)

3,815.00

4

Sales tax (4%) + Income Tax (1.5%)

5,722.00

5

Execution & Contract (7%)

6,676.00

 

Grand Total

1,11,587.00

Wokr

Total Amount

Foundation

3,68,146.00

Roof Stage

2,71,442.00

Walls

1,89,610.00

Doors & Windows

2,11,720.00

Toilets & Sanitary

1,93,060.00

Electricity Fittings

69,645.00

Flooring

1,09,395.00

Painting

75,379.00

Extras

1,70,000.00

Rendering

1,11,587.00

#104, Prudent Pranava Apartments

Brundavan Colony, Opp. AS Rao Nagar

Hyderabad 500062

AP, INDIA

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http://gcmindia.org

 
     
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