The organization has a vision to have equity based society devoid of any exploitation on the ground of sex, race, caste, creed, class & religion
To strive for the sustainable development process and improvement in quality of life of all sections of the society with emphasis on deprived and marginalized through participatory approach.
To generate awareness, consciousness and promote holistic development of all sections of the society
Growth of Bhartiya Jan Utthan Parishad
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.Read More
Values of the organization
Accountable with Transparency
We pursue the highest standards of accountability towards the community as well as to the various funding agencies with which we are working in partnership. All our works are transparent.
Inclusive and Equitable
We strongly believe in the equitable development of all the communities and are committed to reduce all forms of discrimination particularly focusing on the deprived and marginalized sections of the society.
We respect and ensure the democratic way of working in our work places which is reflected in the decision making processes and framing of policies at the organizational level where every one’s views are taken into account.
We collaborate with like-minded agencies at the regional, national or international level and Govt. departments that are working for the common cause in the development sector.
We are always ready and alert to respond to and serve the community during the times of crisis and stand by the side of the community during its hard times irrespective of sex, race, caste, creed, class or religion.
We all believe in team-work both in developing and strengthening a dedicated team within the organization as well as committed institutional teamwork around the issues we are working upon.