Together WE CAN and WE WILL make a difference..!!

“If we change our thoughts from 'it's too late' to, 'there's still hope', we might see some change in the world.” Everyone must leave something behind when he dies . . . Something that your hand touched in some way… It doesn't matter what you do, so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away.”  One cannot change the world by himself, but definitely a critical mass can make a difference!    

There is only one religion, the religion of the heart
There is only one caste, the caste of humanity
There is only one language, the language of love,
There is only one God, he is inside of each one of us and WE ARE ALL ONE.

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  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Bihar
  • Delhi
  • Jharkhand
  • Manipur
  • Assam
  • Haryana
  • Uttaranchal
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About Us

Socio- Economic Research Institute (SERI) is an ISO 9001 certified voluntary organization established in the year 2004 and registered under the Public Charitable Trust Act, 1882 by Mr. Shubh Kant who believed in the saying that "The best way to find you is to lose yourself in the service of others." It was his dream to work on a people-centric model of development that laid the foundation of the organization. From the very beginning, we at SERI believe that development needs to be holistic in order to break the vicious cycle of poverty. The trust has been actively engaged in dealing with the social issues such as poverty alleviation, community health care, environment protection, informal education for the youth, women and children and employment generation.

In an era that has witnessed transition from blackboards to PowerPoint presentations, people continue to be illiterate. In a country where it's mandatory for the companies to have female directors on board, women are confined to their household chores and are not at all encouraged to study. With the lack of availability and awareness, healthcare seems farfetched. Ignorance has led to children being physically or mentally challenged by birth. Most of the families do not know what to do with such children and they end up as perpetual burden to families. The lines below give a glimpse of the state of the people in the rural areas.

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