Kalyanam Karoti

Strives for the eradication of preventable blindness, and rehabilitation of physically and mentally challenged individuals

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  • 80G
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  • Headquarters

    Mathura, Uttar Pradesh

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Kalyanam Karoti, honoured with the National Award for empowering Persons with Disabilities by the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, is a pro Read morefoundly dedicated social organization committed to eliminating avoidable blindness and assisting individuals with disabilities. Established in 1981 in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India, this unique organization operates as a non-profit society under Section 21 of the Society's Act of 1860. With unwavering dedication, Kalyanam Karoti focuses on eradicating preventable blindness and rehabilitating physically and mentally challenged individuals. Their services encompass providing free aids, appliances, Polio surgeries, educational support, training programs, specialized schooling, and assistance for individuals with conditions like deafness, speech impairments, cerebral palsy, autism, and the elderly. Objectives and Initiatives of Kalyanam Karoti in Eye Care and Disability for the vulnerable and economically disadvantaged include: • Exploring and implementing easily adaptable methods to reduce blindness causes, extending support to marginalized communities. • Raising social awareness and offering social and psychological assistance to those in need, rehabilitating destitute individuals across all disability segments. • Operating schools, training centres, and wellness facilities for Children With Special Needs (CWSN) to empower them through education and vocational training, enabling a more fulfilling life. • Running hospitals that cater to the health needs of economically disadvantaged groups, particularly in Eye Care (preventative measures against blindness), hearing and speech impairments, and Disability Care. • Facilitating differently-abled and elderly individuals to actively participate and contribute to social, economic, and political spheres, becoming valuable members who serve the community.


Artificial Limbs Manufacturing and Rehabilitation Centre - Till now more than 4.5 Lacks handicapped have been benefited by this centre.


  • Artificial Limbs Manufacturing and Rehabilitation Centre

    A significant achievement for the organization was the establishment of an Artificial Limbs manufacturing workshop named “Kritrim Ang Nirman Kendra” situated at Masani-Delhi Marg, Saraswati Kund, Mathura, inaugurated on 2nd October 1981. This centre is equipped with state-of-the-art machinery and essential equipment required for the production of artificial limbs and related appliances. It operates with the capacity to provide complimentary artificial limbs to individuals with disabilities and offers free accommodation for up to 30 handicapped individuals as required. The production and preparation of artificial limbs and other appliances are overseen by a team of trained staff with disabilities. To date, over 1.66 million individuals have benefited from this centre. The organization has been honoured with several awards, including the prestigious ‘National Award’ presented by the President of India in 2010, recognizing its outstanding contributions in disability care.

  • Community Eye Care Program for marginalised community

    The primary objective of the outreach initiative is to identify individuals suffering from treatable blindness. This program emphasizes providing accessible eye care facilities to impoverished patients and others who face financial constraints hindering their access to eye care services. Additionally, it aims to extend eye care services to remote and isolated communities lacking adequate infrastructure and experiencing low population density, resulting in limited awareness and eye care provisions.
    The rationale behind community outreach is rooted in the fact that, particularly in countries like India, a significant portion of the population resides in rural areas, while most ophthalmic services are centralized in urban areas, making them inaccessible to those in dire need. The prevalence of blindness in rural areas without healthcare facilities surpasses that of urban areas.

  • Sambal Special School

    Kalyanam Karoti in Mathura has established SAMBAL, a specialized school catering to mentally challenged, deaf, and mute children within its campus. Currently, 153 special children receive comprehensive education, training, psychotherapy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, music therapy, dance therapy, play therapy, and regular health checkups. Additionally, the children undergo vocational training, including candle making, agarbatti/dhoopbatti production, various types of card crafting, dressmaking, toy crafting, Guldasta creation, and more. The primary aim of this training is to foster independence and reduce dependency on others.
    All these activities are conducted under the supervision of highly qualified, trained, and experienced technical staff. The organization's philosophy revolves around instilling a sense of brotherhood within the community and attracting dedicated professionals to contribute to mitigating societal hardships.

  • Physiotherapy Centre

    The Kalyanam Karoti Physiotherapy Center is dedicated to aiding children with disabilities in enhancing body movement, improving nerve function, and fostering overall better health. The primary objective of physiotherapy is to address the root cause of the ailment, aiming to eliminate the condition. This form of therapy plays a crucial role in maintaining the health of joints, bones, heart, and brain. Through exercises, hand movements, massages, and pain-relief techniques, physiotherapy helps alleviate pain by reinstating muscle flexibility and strength.

  • Speech Therapy Department

    Stuttering, cleft lips and palates, language impairments, voice irregularities, speech challenges, reading and writing issues, autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy, and children experiencing speech difficulties leading to an inability to communicate require Speech Therapy. This therapy is essential to enhance their comprehension and expression of speech and language.
    Through a range of interventions such as speech therapy, voice therapy, articulation therapy, fluency therapy, auditory-verbal therapy (AVT), auditory training, and more, the organisation aims to facilitate the rehabilitation of these children. The goal is to enable them to effectively communicate and interact within their families, social circles, and community.

  • Audiometry Department

    Children experiencing hearing loss, whether from birth or due to other reasons, exhibit varying degrees of impairment. Some children may have partial deafness, enabling them to perceive certain sounds, while others with complete deafness do not respond to loud noises. It is important to note that not all cases of hearing loss in children are identical; there exist various assessments to evaluate their hearing capabilities.
    Assessment methods such as Pure Tone Audiometry (PTA), Impedance Audiometry, Speech Audiometry, Otoacoustic Emissions (OAE), Brainstem Evoked Response Audiometry (BERA), auditory steady-state response (ASSR), among others, are employed to determine the extent of hearing impairment in these special children. Different treatments including cochlear implants, earmolds, Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT), Hearing Aid, and other interventions are utilized to help develop their hearing abilities.

  • Psychology Department

    The delayed or limited intellectual development in children, particularly those with special needs, is a significant concern, as mental well-being is pivotal for their overall growth. Psychological therapy serves as a crucial tool in enhancing the lives of these children. Psychology contributes significantly by comprehending, elucidating, managing, and resolving issues faced by children with special needs. Psychiatrists employ an array of tests within the department to gauge the intellectual capacity and bolster the confidence of these unique children.
    Assessment of mental health includes various tests such as:
    • Intelligence assessment
    • Evaluation of social maturity
    • Developmental achievement assessment
    • Emotional resilience evaluation
    • Examination for learning disabilities
    • Assessment of fears and anxieties

Leadership Team

  • Namrata Rajpoot

    Sign Language Interpreter

  • Saurabh Yadav

    Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

  • Satwick Upadhyay

    Social Entrepreneur

  • Rajeev Mishra

    General Manager

  • Sudipta Roy

    Corporate Social Responsibility Manager

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  • Headquarters

    Kalyanam Karoti Kalyan Dham, Sarswati Kund, Delhi Link Road, Masani, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh 281003

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