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UBA Cell

UBA Cell

UNNAT BHARAT ABHIYAN CELL, NLUO

A. WHO ARE WE?
The Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA), the flagship programme of the Ministry of Education, was founded to breathe life into the idea of attaining self-sufficient ‘village republics’. Through optimum usage of local resources, Higher Education Institutions capabilities and environment friendly technologies, it aims to fulfill the requirement of food, clothing, health care, livelihood and education in rural areas.

The UBA cell of NLUO, established in 2018, intends to enrich the five adopted villages through structured community outreaching. It runs with five off-shoots: Swachh Bharat, Sikshit Bharat, Swasth Bharat, Swavlambi Bharat and Sampann Bharat. The five villages adopted under the programme are Dompada, Kushpangi, Naraj, Mundali and Amarendrapur, situated in Cuttack district of Odisha.

To work effectively with a focus-oriented approach, the UBA Cell of the University is further divided into 3 sub-committees with the following heads:

  1. Horticulture Committee (In accordance with the Swachh Bharat vision)
  2. Education Committee (In accordance with the Sikshit Bharat vision)
  3. Medical Committee (In accordance with the Swasth Bharat vision)

 

B. VISION AND MISSION
The Vision of Unnat Bharat Abhiyan Cell of NLUO is to holistically develop our adopted villages in terms of both Human Development and Material (economic) development.

To provide knowledge and feasible solutions in order to improve the livelihood in rural areas lies at the key consideration while implementing the vision of the Cell. The Cell also aims to work towards the developmental processes of Gram Panchayat so as to enable village clusters to achieve sustainable development and better quality of life.

The flagship programme launched by the Ministry of HRD, now the Ministry of Education strives to identify developmental challenges and bid appropriate solutions for accelerating sustainable growth of the people of rural Odisha. In hindsight, it aims for a transformational change in rural development processes by leveraging knowledge institutions to help build the architecture of an Inclusive India. The UBA cell of National Law University Odisha is fortunate enough to adopt five villages under the programme, namely: Dompada, Kushpangi, Naraj, Mundali and Amarendrapur.

 

C. TEAM 

  • Faculty Advisor/UBA Coordinator by MHRD – Dr. Kuntirani Padhan 
  • Student Members – 
S. NO. NAME POSITION YEAR
1. Ishita Shailesh Mentor 5th
2. Anuj Shukla Convenor 4th
3. Varuni Agarwal Co-Convenor 3rd
4. Muskaan Jain Secretary 3rd
5. Rae Kusumika Treasurer 2nd
6. Ayush Kumar Jatav Member 3rd
7. Saumya Tripathi Member 3rd
8. Shayant Pathak Member 3rd
9. Srutee Priyadarshini Member 3rd
10. Jigisha Agarwal Member 2nd
11. Manisha Gupta Member 2nd
12. Jagruti Mohanty Member 2nd
13. Anmol Oraon Member 2nd
14. Ishita Khandelwal Member 2nd
15. Aanvee Agarwal Co-Opt 1st
16. Rishita Sinha Co-Opt 1st
17. Rohan Patnaik Co-Opt 1st
18. Prajwal Gupta Co-Opt 1st
19. Shakti Soni Co-Opt 1st
20. Vaishnavi Wable Co-Opt 1st

 

 D.  Links –

 

E. UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. River Ambulance for Adopted Villages
  2. Initiation of Digital Channel for UBA Villages
  3. School Funding Program for Villages of UBA, NLU

F. CONTACT US

Faculty Coordinator, Unnat Bharat Abhiyan –
Dr. Kuntirani Padhan: +91 9556030948
Anuj Shukla (Convenor): +919636561846.
E-mail IDuba@nluo.ac.in

G. ANNUAL REPORT

H. PHOTO GALLERY 

PRAKRITI PLANTATION DRIVE AT NLUO 2021-22

 

MEDICAL CAMP ORGANISED AT AMARENDRAPUR 2019-2020

FACT FINDING SURVEY AT KUSHPANGI 2019-2020

SOCIAL AWARENESS QUIZ CONDUCTED FOR CHILDREN AT NARAJ 2019- 2020

SENSITIZATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AT DOMPADA VILLAGE THROUGH A SKIT BY UBA 2019-2020

PLANTATION DRIVE AT NARAJ SCHOOL 2018-2019

GRAM SABHA AT AMARENDRAPUR 2018-2019