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Our Vision 

To provide every child with quality education and nurturing support, enabling them to become skilled, efficient citizens of society.

Our vision at Assam Sishu Kalyan Sadan is to provide every child in our care with quality education and nurturing support, enabling them to thrive and become valuable members of society. We strive to create a safe, supportive, and productive environment where our students can develop into skilled and efficient citizens. Through the dedicated efforts of our well-qualified tutors and the generous support of our donors, we aim to empower our students to reach their full potential and lead fulfilling lives. As an institution, we are committed to continuous improvement and growth, both in terms of production-oriented activities and in the number of sponsors we are able to attract to meet the needs of an increasing number of children. Ultimately, our goal is to become a self-confident and sustainable institution that positively impacts the lives of children in our community and beyond.

Our Mission

Empowering destitute and orphaned children through education, vocational training, and compassionate care for a self-sufficient and brighter future.

Our organization is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for destitute and orphaned children. We strive to promote their well-being by providing them with education, vocational training, and life skills that will prepare them for a brighter future. Our goal is to empower these children to become self-sufficient, contributing members of society, and to promote their overall welfare through compassionate care and support.

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From the Desk of President  

Dear Patrons and Well Wishers,

It gives me immense pleasure in introducing the Assam Sishu Kalyan Sadan, Sundarbari to all of you. This quaint little abode came into existence in 1956, on the outskirts  of  a then quiet  little town called

Guwahati. The objective was quite simple, to give a home to those kids who were abandoned and underprivileged. 
Situated on a piece of 16 bighas land donated by late Kamakhya Ram Barua, the Sadan initially functioned as the “Assam Nari Aru Sishu Kalyan Sadan”. However on 25 April 1957, as per the decision of the then Managing Committee the institution was rechristened as “ Assam Sishu Kalyan Sadan” and registered under the 1860 Society Act.  
Since its inception, the Sadan has prioritised transparency over everything else, a rare feat among such institutions. Coming from a banking and accountancy background for almost 40 years now I cannot but emphasize the need for such sound transparent policy.
Today the Sadan is home to 40 girls between the ages of 18 and 7. While most of the girls are enrolled in schools, some of them are also pursuing technical courses in fashion technology, food technology, nursing, and hospitality management. This reflects the endeavour of the Sadan to enable these children to have strong careers tomorrow and become self-reliant and successful citizens of the society.
In more than 50 years of its existence, a 100 children have passed out through its gates , all self-reliant all strong. Yet, a lot more remains to be done. What we seek , in the end, in our very limited capacity is to stand out as a beacon of home. A beacon of hope for all those who are scared to dream. And this is the message, we want to send out to the world. I on behalf of the whole team wish you to be a part of this journey. 

Thanking you,

Shri Parmeswar Sharma
President, Assam Sishu Kalyan Sadan


Re scheduled interview  for the post of superintendent; House Mother and caseworker.
Interview Date: 16/12/2023 ;  Time 9.00 AM onward

Selected candidates list for the post of superintendent; House Mother and caseworker.


Happiness is not so much in having as sharing.
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.

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