Volunteer's Speak


My internship with SAHASH was immensely satisfying. I am currently pursuing master of Business Administration and have always been interested in survey and research. So, working with the weaker section of society was a new learning experience and felt very rewarding. India has grown leaps and bounds since its independence but where education is concerned, the gap between women and men is severe. I believe that with its READ project for farmers helping fill this gap. Doing field work, performing group discussion with women and farmers in the village areas, having face to face conversation seeing their confidence has proved that READ is the opening the doors of opportunities for many farmers.

---Mr.Devansh Singhal,Student of School of Business Management,NMIMS


"My stint of being a health blogger at SAHASH was immensely satisfying. Combining my passion for writing and love for medicine has always been a dream for me which came true at SAHASH. Not only was I able to spread awareness of certain ailments in the community, but it also increased my knowledge in depth about the topics I wrote about. As a medical student, I understand the importance of creating awareness in order to prevent as well as control diseases and SAHASH gave me the medium to do my bit for the same. This experience allowed to me to give back to the community and made me grow as a good human being and a future doctor. I'm thankful to SAHASH for giving me the opportunity to make our world healthy a place one blog post at a time."

---Sanchita Iyer, M.B.B.S. III Year, Govt. Medical College, Miraj


"I Ananya Gupta, a law student of Karnataka Law College am very thankful to SAHASH for its sincere support and guidance. SAHASH helped me to gain a lot of practical and social experience as these are very essential in professional life. SAHASH helped me to understand work at the inception and taught me how to implement them in real life. I got an opportunity to meet with the under-privileged kid and women of the society and it was my pleasure to make them aware of their legal rights and to tell them about basic health care and education. We had many interaction sessions with the children in which they were told about their career. I am also thankful to my program coordinator Mr.Shukhnandan and General Secretary Smt.Bindu , they were very helpful and last but not the least, I will be looking forward to work with SAHASH again."

---Ananya Gupta,Student of KLE Law College, Karnataka


"My Internship with SAHASH was for 21 days and these 21 days have been immensely satisfying for me. Under the guidance of our helpful mentor Mr. Lalmani Kashyap, I was able to spread awareness about the current state of Girl Education in Rural India. I also researched a lot about the National Education Policy 2020 and understood the reason why the government wants to implement it. Also, the topic alloted to me for my project was novel and relevant. SAHASH helped me to gain a lot of practical and social experience as these are very essential in professional life. SAHASH helped me to understand work at the inception and taught me how to implement them in real life. I am extremely thankful to the organisation and our NGO Mentor for giving me such a wonderful opportunity. If the NGO needs me in future I would be ready to help."

---Aman Kanungo, MBA 1st Year Student, NMIMS University, Mumbai


"The overall experience has been a great learning curve, as it has helped me develop a better understanding of the problems faced especially by the people belonging to the below poverty level segment. I am now more aware of the government schemes being launched in order to improve the economic well-being of these people and what has been its impact on the grassroot level. Our mentor, Mr. Lalmani Kashyap played a pivotal role in guiding us on how to go about our 2-month long internship. If and when the possibility arises, I would love to visit the NGO and would like to know more about its day-to-day operations. "

---Arjun Chawla, MBA 1st Year Student, NMIMS University, Mumbai


"Even after the Covid pandemic turning all the activities online, SAHASH provided me a way to understand on the grassroot level as to what problems the common people are really facing. Not only is a social thinking aspect necessary for everyone, SAHASH provided more than just knowledge, it made me come face to face with the issues faced by the people and helped me think in a direction which could help them. Our mentor, Mr. Lalmani Kashyap not only guided us at every step of the internship with utmost patience, he helped us develop a societal thinking by giving practical solutions to the problems that we faced on a day to day basis during the internship. Once the Covid situation improves a bit, I would love to visit the NGO and offer any assistance in its day to day operations that I would be capable of. "

---Shivanshu Sharma, MBA 1st Year Student, NMIMS University, Mumbai


"I joined SAHASH as an intern on 11th June 2019 and worked here with READ team for one month. Currently I am pursuing MSc in Agriculture from Amity university, Noida. Working with SAHASH was a really good experience for me and it was very satisfying. Working on field gave me a variety of experiences resources to learn. My internship also provided a chance to challenge myself at the grass-root-level that will help me to go beyond as a professional entrepreneur. This one month provided assignments and activities that enabled me to reach individuals, families, groups, communities and organizations. READ is a well-constructed programmes which functioning as empowering farmers. This project helped me to improve my insight about the channels of social Welfare."

These are the work I have been through in one month of Internship.

  • Records to become familiar with the work of SAHASH.

  • Observation of READ Project.
  • Visited villages and prepared the data.
  • Involve in group discussion with farmers and provide the solutions of their problems.
  • Case Study of farmers who are being supported by farmers scheme of Haryana Government.
  • Managing Life Skill Training programme and report writing.
  • Some documentations; READ Induction.ppt.

---Miss Amisha Patel,Student of Amity university, Noida