Recognition and Awards

  • 1987: HongKong Foundation Award for outstanding and innovative rehabilitative services. 
  • 1991: National Award for rendering rehabilitative services to persons with disability. 
  • 1998:  United Nations ESCAP Award for pioneering achievement.
  • Shri Avadhoota Datta Peetham Award for Social Service.
  • 2005: National Award for creating barrier-free environment for persons with disability.
  • 2010: Doctor of Laws (Honoris Causa) Award by Roehampton University to Dr. Uma Tuli, our Founder and Managing Secretary.
  • 2011: Lakshmipat Singhania - IIM Lucknow National Leadership Award 2010 conferred upon Dr. Uma Tuli.
  • 2011: National Women Excellence Award to Dr. Uma Tuli.
  • 2011: Padma Shri to Dr. SP Mandal, our President.
  • 2012: Mrs. Aruna Dalmia, our Vice President received Maharana National Award for social service.
  • 2012: Padma Shri to the Founder and Managing Secretary, Dr. Uma Tuli for Social Work.
  • 2012: Rehabilitation International also awarded the Presidential Plaque for Exemplary Services in October, 2012 to Dr.Uma Tuli.
  • 2013 : Kelvinator Gr8!Women Awards 2013 for Education to Dr. Uma Tuli.
  • 2013: Former President of India, late Shri Abdul Kalam visited Amar Jyoti and interacted with the students
  • 2014: Manish and Riya, from Amar Jyoti won gold and silver medals at Asia Pacific Games held in Australia.
  • 2015: Pooja Raju, class V, created history by winning all three medals at the same Summer Games at Special Olympics, Los Angeles, USA

Other Special Achievements and Initiatives

  • Conducting Two Lifeline Express camps in remote areas of Madhya Pradesh
  • Initiating participation of children with disability in Republic Day Parade in 1995.
  • Organising the first integrated sports and cultural activities at National and International level.
  • Promoting disabled friendly transportation. 
  • Introducing Abilympics in India and hosting the 6th International Abilympics in 2003. 
  • Amar Jyoti students presented a cultural extravaganza for the House of Commons, United Kingdom.
  • Paintings of Amar Jyoti students exhibited at Geneva, Switzerland