How you can help:

Join Amar Jyoti to mainstream persons with disability and help in enabling them to lead a life of equality and dignity. The institution needs financial assistance towards construction of School & Rehabilitation centre in Gwalior. The cost of construction of one room for the proposed new centre in Gwalior is approximately Rupees four lacs or US$ 8000 or Euro 6000. Any amount would be welcome as the construction has already started.

Our donors can contribute on line in any of the following accounts of Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust :-

Account in Axis Bank :-


Entity Name

Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust

Beneficiary Name

Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust

Bank Name

Axis Bank

Bank where A/c is held

Karkardooma, Delhi-92

Bank A/c Number



FCRA Account in Canara Bank :-



Name of the payee:

Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust


Account No .:



BIC/Swift Code 



IFSC Code  



Address  of Bank

South Extension Part –I, 
New Delhi – 110048


Donations with in the country in State Bank of India :



Name of the payee:

Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust


Account No .:



Branch Code Noe 



MICR Code of Bank






Address  of bank 

Swasthya Vihar Branch,  9,
Rajdhani Enclave, Delhi – 110092

Your contribution of

Rs.8000/- or US$ 180 or Euro 120 per year will help in any of the following:

  • Educating one child per year.
  • Providing medical benefits for one child.
  • Training of one child in one of the vocations


Rs.4000/-  or  US$  80 or Euro 60 for  one day regular  meal for 400 children :

A one-time donation of Rs. 1,00,000/-, or US$2040 or Euro 1500 towards the corpus fund will generate interest for any of the above for life time. All donations are exempted under 35 AC and 80G of Income Tax Act 1961. The cheque/draft should be addressed to Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust. The donations in USA can be routed through Indian American Education Foundation 501(C) (3). Please write in Memo "For Amar Jyoti Charitable Trust Programmes", IAEF, and P.O Box 4305, WA 98194



Your personal involvement will be valuable for all of us in furnishing the new building. 

Tree plantation all around the building in Gwalior was done on July 17, 2013 Smt. Samiksha Gupta, Mayor, Gwalior and Shri Vinod Sharma. Commissioner, Nagar Nigam Mukhyalay, Gwalior were the chief guests.  The Rotary Club of Gwalior Mahanagar initiated the event.

Hon’ble Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam, Former President of India visited Amar Jyoti School & Rehabilitation Centre on 1st March, 2013.  He evinced keen interest in the activities of Amar Jyoti and interacted with school children and addressed them on theme “Education Empowers”.  He announced donation of 50 books for the Resource Room.  He also promised to bear expenses for provision of special lenses for visually impaired children.  

As a follow up of the visit of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, an eye camp was organised by Dr. Shroff’s Charitable Eye hospital. After free eye check-up,  free aids were also distributed to students with low vision to enhance their learning capabilities.

Call On Lok Sabha Speaker

A group of children from the Amar Jyoti School, New Delhi calls on Lok Sabha Speaker, Smt. Meira Kumar in Parliament House on 15 May 2012.
The school children saw the museum. Attended the Lok Sabha Session and interacted with Mrs. Meira Kumar, the Speaker.