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About Us



PSYCHO EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY was established in the year 1982 by Late Professor (Dr) T. R. Paliwal and latter joined by Late Prof. V.N. Wanchoo.

The prime objectives of the society are:

  • To uplift the less privileged rural children by providing basic value added education.

  • To create awareness among the illiterate women regarding family welfare, health education and personal hygiene.

The focus of Psycho Educational Society is working for child education to give them better lives and livelihoods.

Psycho Educational Society is an NGO (Charitable Organization).

It is registered under society Registration Act XXI of 1860 No:12614 Dt. 20.05.82

Psycho Educational Society is also registered with NITI Aayog vide "Unique ID: DL/2017/0150324".

It was registered under FCRA 1976 (Foreign Regulation Act) in the year 1985 with Ministry of Home Affairs, GOI with No.: 231650307 which was renewed vide No. 0300145742016 dt-7/08/2016 for 5 years with effect from 1-11-2016.

It is also registered U/S 12A(a) of Income Tax Act 1961-No DLI(C)(A-2181) Dt. 18.03.86

Psycho Educational Society is exempted under Income Tax section 80 (G) for being charitable & non-profit making voluntary organization No.: DIT(E) 2007-2008/P-255/2088 Dt. 8 October'2007 valid till 31.03.2010

The society is endorsed by international charity organizations like ‘Global giving’ and ‘Give India’ for online charity.

Psycho Educational Society established B.D.P School in Mathura district in the year 2000 which is registered and approved by UP Board of Education, UP, India.

Value added education along with prescribed educational curriculum of UP Board of Education is imparted to both boys and girls of less privileged community from class nursery to class VIII at BDP School - Village Barauli, Block Baldeo, District Mathura, U.P.

Vocational skills of village youth (girls and boys) and women of less privileged rural community are also developed for self employment in the School.

The society plans to provide an ambulance service for the community so that in emergencies the village population; especially the women can be provided urgent transportation to the nearest medical centre.