Bhartiya Jan Utthan Parishad (BJUP) is a secular, non-political and nonprofit voluntary organization established by a group of committed individuals in the leadership of Late Sri Devendra Prasad Singh in 1983. The group was inspired by the philosophies of the great freedom fighters and got influenced for voluntary actions after the movement of Jay Prakash Narayan for total revolution. BJUP was established in 1983 and formally registered in 1986 under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 under article XXI.
Today, BJUP is one of the most streamlined organizations involved in the empowerment of the rural and marginalized communities through mutual learning, participatory action and advocacy. BJUP has developed various successful models of community participation, which have been widely appreciated by organizations, institutions, experts and professionals involved in the sector across the country.
In the course of developmental journey BJUP has emerged as a lead agency in the sphere of Civil Society Coalitions, Civil Society Networking and in Partnership Mode Project Implementation. The institution has taken lead role in the implementation of state wide programmes where BJUP had to take prominent roles in programme direction, partnership guidance, coalition team work, management of coalition fund flow and coalition fund management.
BJUP has developed key expertise regarding various areas of development which includes; Child Rights, Holistic village Development, WASH, Education, Health, Women empowerment, Natural Resource Management, Livelihood, Old Age Care and other burning issues of the society.
BJUP has enabled an extensive networking with other like-minded organizations and Govt. organizations/ Departments. These networks have played important role in influencing and strengthening our programs.