Jaypee Business School A Constituent of Jaypee institute of information Technology (Deemed University) A-10, Sec-62, Noida(U.P.) www.jbs.ac.in Social Internship Report on (Help Agra) Submitted By :- Shaurya Raaj Pratap [1]

Internship Report

Embed Size (px)

Citation preview

Page 1: Internship Report

Jaypee Business SchoolA Constituent of Jaypee institute of information Technology (Deemed University)

A-10, Sec-62, Noida(U.P.)


Social Internship Report


(Help Agra)

Submitted By :- Shaurya Raaj Pratap

Enrolment No :- 10609192


Page 2: Internship Report

Self Declaration

I Shaurya Raaj Pratap student of Jaypee Business School MBA 2010-

2012 enrolment No 10609192, states that I have completed my social Internship from

Help Agra from 1st March, 2012 to 30th March, 2012. I have completed my Internship

report on promotion of various services provided by Help Agra.

Thanks and Regards

Shaurya Raaj Pratap


Page 3: Internship Report

To Whom It May Concern


This is to certify that Mr. Shaurya Raaj Pratap of M.B.A. Batch 2010-

2012 of Jaypee Business School, Noida has successfully completed his social

Internship from 1st March, 2012 to 30th March, 2012.

The Project on evaluation fulfils all the stated criteria and the student’s

findings are his original work.

I hereby certify his work excellent to the best of my knowledge.

Sh. Kishan Kumar Agarwal

General Secretary

Help Agra(Regd)

1st floor, S.N. Medical College

M.G. Road, Agra


Page 4: Internship Report


The special thanks goes to Mr. Om Prakash. The supervision and

support that he gave truly helped the progression and smoothness of the internship

program. The co-operation is highly appreciated.

Projects studied during the program were highly interesting and

educative. The enthusiasm and interest shown by the office bearers and members of

the NGO during my internship helped me in understanding appropriately the

functioning of this NGO. This internship program has made me realize the value of

working together as a team and gave me a new experience in working in a social

environment, which challenges our mental and physical faculties every minute. The

one month long internship programme provided to me a lot of opportunity to work in

different settings and exposed me to interaction with different sets of people. The

working environment in the NGO was highly motivating and inspiring; I am highly

thankful to all office bearers and members of the NGO who helped and guided me

during my internship programme.

I am also highly thankful to my faculty …………………….. under

whose able guidance I completed my social internship programme successfully.

Last but not the least, I would like to thank all colleagues with whom I

worked together in the projects during the internship programme.


Page 5: Internship Report

Table of Contents


Page 6: Internship Report

Introduction of NGO

Help Agra is a registered non-profit organization based in Agra, India.

With its all-important philanthropic pursuit of alleviating the pain from cancer and the

sorrow ostracize suffered due to incarceration, the trust has tried to achieve many

goals in its short lifespan.

The trust has put together a functional group of experts who take care

of the various aspects of services coming within its gamut of operations. With a three-

tier management hierarchical system in place each and every activity gets its due

attention down to the minutest of details during each of the strategizing, planning and

execution stages.

The trust involves noted physicians, doctors and surgeons to give

strength to its activities such as medical camps, ambulance & medical store facility.

The trust disburses its valuable messages to the masses through events such as free

ambulance service & cost to cost medical stores.


Page 7: Internship Report

The trust activities concern the following area :

Catch the Cancer :

A nationwide endeavor to spread cancer awareness and to educate

people in the prevention and cure of the deadly disease. The trust provides timely help

for effective detection of cancer and gives the patients most affordable and reliable

treatment once it is diagnosed along with cost to cost medicine facility & free of cost


People Behind Help Agra

Executive list :-

S.No. Name

1. Sh. Ashok Kumar Goyal

2. Sh. Azad Mohan Agarwal

3. Smt. Pravin Patni

4. Sh. Mukesh Jain

5. Sh. Ashok Bansal

6. Sh. Gautam Seth

7. Sh.Akhilesh Agarwal

8. Sh. Anil Bansal

9. Sh. Om Prakash Agarwal Chandiwale

10. Smt. Rashmi Magan

11. Sh. Harishankar Goyal

12. Sh. Gopal Bansal

13. Sh. Navneet Bansal

14. Sh. Rakchit Tandon

15. Sh. Girish Bansal


Page 8: Internship Report

Vision and Mission

Help Agra has embarked on its journey of service to humanity with the

aim of bringing solace to people suffering from cancer and providing free of cost

ambulance & cost to cost medicine facility

The trust identifies the financially weak families and individual who

are victims of either of these two conditions, provides with long-term as well as short-

term financial assistance, gives them adequate counseling for character development,

and in case of prison inmates; once they are released from jail placing them in viable


The trust holds regular good shows. Thus, continuing its mission of

strengthening the delicate societal fabric of our multi-cultural citizenry.


Page 9: Internship Report


Overview :-

Our society is our responsibility

What is the state of our society today?

And How does one define ‘Service to humanity’?

If we conduct welfare services for our society, are we really helping

others, or are we working to improve our own surroundings? With the conviction and

belief that every service to society is actually a service for our own betterment, Help

Agra has taken up diligent endeavors to improve the conditions of people suffering

from various stages of cancer, and to support them by providing free ambulance

service & cost to cost medicine facility.


Page 10: Internship Report

Catch The Cancer:-

Introduction To How Cancer Beings

Simply put, cancer is the result of unregulated cell division. Cancer cells divide when

they are not supposed to, don’t stop dividing when they are supposed to and don’t die

when they should. In the worst cases, the cancer cells leave the area in which they

arose and travel to other parts of the body.

Cancer cells do not look or act like the normal cells from which they originate. It is

reasonable, then, to ask ‘why do cancer cells behave so badly?’. It turns out the

answers lie in the genes of the affected cells. In cancer cells, changes to key genes

cause the cells to act abnormally. The changes are often the result of changes to the

DNA (mutations) in the cells. Because there are many different things that are capable

of causing mutation, there are an equally large number of causes of cancer.

The development of cancer takes place in a multi-step process, as the cells become

more abnormal, they gain new capabilities, such as the ability to release growth

factors and digestive enzymes. The cells continue to divide, impacting nearby normal

cells, often reducing the function of the affected organ. Even abnormal cancer cells

die sometime and a tumor that is large enough to feel can take years to reach that size.

Although not all cancers share exactly the same steps, there are some general features

that are shared in the development of many types of cancer. Another critical step in

the growth of a tumor is the development of a blood supply (angiogenesis). Blood

provides nutrients, carries away waste and the blood vessels provide a way for cancer

cells to move around the body.

Cancer Initiation, Promotion and Progression

In the eighteenth century, London physician Percival Pott made the first link between

cancer and environmental agents when he noted a high incidence of scrotal cancer

among chimney sweeps. He hypothesized that it was caused by exposure to coals and

tars. Out of this observation grew the two stage modal of cancer development by 1)

initiations and 2) promoters. In the years since Pott’s observations a wide range of


Page 11: Internship Report

chemicals, radiation sources, viruses and bacteria have been implicated in the

development of cancer.

The initial experimental studies of carcinogenesis were conducted in animals.

Chemicals able to react with DNA and non-reactive compounds were both tested for

their ability to cause cancer. The modal used was mouse skin carcinogenesis. In this

system researchers painted test chemicals on the skin and observed the growth of

tumors. Reaches Found that application of a DNA reactive substance only resulted in

tumor formation when the animals were further treated with another non-reactive

substance. A compound that reacts with DNA and somehow changes the genetic

makeup of the cell is called a mutagen. The mutagens that predispose cells to develop

tumors are called initiators and the non-reactive compounds that stimulate tumor

development are called promoters. Approximately 70% of known mutagens are also

carcinogens- cancer causing compounds. A compound THAT ACTS AS BOTH AN


because tumor development can occur without the application of another compound.


Initiation is the first step in the two-stage model of cancer development. Initiators, if

not already reactive with DNA, are altered (frequently they are made electrophilic )

via drug-metabolizing enzymes in the body and are then able to cause changes in

DNA (mutations). Since many initiators must be metabolized before becoming active,

initiators are often specific to particular tissue types or species. The effects of

initiators are irreversible; once a particular cell has been affected by an initiators it is

susceptible to promotion until its death. Since initiation is the result of permanent

genetic change, any daughter cells produced from the division of the mutated cell

will also carry the mutation. In studies of mouse skin carcinogenesis, a linear

relationship has been observed between the dose of initiator and the quantity of

tumors that can be produced, thus any exposure to the initiator increases risk and this

risk increases indefinitely with higher levels of exposure.



Page 12: Internship Report

Once a cell has been mutated by an initiators, it is susceptible to the effects of

promoters. These compounds promote the proliferation of the cell, giving rise to a

large number of daughter cells containing the mutation created by the initiators.

Promoters have no effect when the organism in question has not been previously

treated with an initiators.

Unlike initiation, promoters do not covalently bind to DNA or macromolecules

within the cell. Many bind to receptors on the cell surface in order to affect

intracellular pathways that lead to increased cell proliferation. There are two general

categories of promoters: specific promoters that interact with receptors on or in target

cells of defined tissues and nonspecific promoters are often specific for a particular

tissue or species due to their interaction with receptors that are present in different

amounts in different tissue types.

While the risk of tumor growth with promoter application is dose-dependent, there is

both a threshold and a maximum effect of promoters. Very low doses of promoters

will not lead to tumor development and extremely high doses will not produce more

risk than moderate levels of exposure.


In nice, repeated promoter application on initiator-exposed skin produces benign

papillomas. most of these papillomas regress after treatment is stooped, but some

progress to cancer. The frequency of progression suggest that the papillomas that

progress to cancer have acquired an additional, spontaneous, mutation. The term

progression, coined by Leslie Foulds, refers to the stepwise transformation of a benign

tumor to a neoplasm and to malignancy. Progression is associated with a karyotypic

change since virtually all tumors that advance are aneuploid ( have the wrong number

of chromosomes ). This karyotypic change is coupled with an increased growth rate,

invasiveness, metastasis and an alteration in biochemistry and morphology.


Page 13: Internship Report

Defining cancer

At its heart, cancer is the result of uncontrolled cell growth. Our bodies are composed

of trillions of cells, all working together. In cancer, one of those cells stops paying

attention to the normal signals that tell cells to grow, stop growing or even to die.

Cancer cells still share many of the same needs and properties of normal cells but they

become independent of the controls that makes our body function smoothly. The

process by which a normal cell changes into one that behaves so abnormally can take

a long time and is often triggered by outside influences. The next few sections

describe the differences between normal and cancer cells and outline the steps leading

to the creation of a cancer cell from a normal cells.

Cancer is actually a general term that describes a large group of related diseases.

Every case of cancer is unique, with its own set of genetic change changes and growth

properties, some cancers grow quickly while other can take years to become

dangerous to the patient. The many difference between cases of cancer even of the

same organ(i.e, different cases of breast cancer), is one of the main reason that

treatment is so difficult.

Despite the difference between different types og cancer, all cancers DO share some

common features, and these share properties are the basis for many cancer treatments

and research efforts. It is important to understand the basic, shared, features of cancer.

This will allow for an understanding of detaction, diagnosis and treatment options.


Page 14: Internship Report

Introduction To Cancer By Type

This section contains information detailing by type. As our focus is on the biology of

the cancer and their treatments, we do not give detailed treatment guidelines. Instead,

we link to organization in the US that generates the treatment guidelines.

Thank you for your patience as we work to continue expanding this section with

additional cancer types. If the cancer in which you are interested is not yet presented,

please check back because we will be adding new cancer types regularly.



Colon and Ractal (colorectal)





Multiple myeloma




Stomach (Gastric)

Cancer may be categorized based in the function/ and location of the cells from which

they orginate. The following terms are commonly used to categorize tumors by their

tissue (cell type) of origin.

Carcinoma – a tumor derived from epithelial cells, those cells that line the

surface of our skin and organs. Our digestive tract and airways are also lined

with epithelial cells. This is the most common cancer type and represents

about 80-90% of all cancer cases reported.


Page 15: Internship Report

Sarcoma- a tumour derived from white blood cells on their precursors. The

cells that from both white and red blood cells are located in the bone marrow.

Lymphoma- a cancer of bone marrow derived cells that affects the lymphatic


Myelomas- a cancer involving the white blood cells responsible for the

production of antibodies (B lymphocytes or B-cells).

Introduction to cancer prevention

Because each cancer type is different in origin, composition, and responsiveness to

treatment, reliable prevention techniques are very difficult to identify. Abidance that

an activity or dietary items prevent cancer is difficult to confirm because the goal of

cancer prevention is to produce an outcomes where nothing changes’ i.e cancer does

not develop). Additionally, because cancer preventions cannot usually be

accomplished by a single event, preventative measures must be taken for many years

to give results that can be examined. Even if something is shown to help prevent a

certain type of cancer, there is no guarantee that eating or behaving in a certain way

will absolutely assure freedom from cancer development.

Muchg of the evidence for cancer prevention is not definitive. As an example, a diet

low in fat but high in fiber, fruits and vegetables has been associate with lower risk

for several cancer. There has also been a number oif studies that have shown no

connection between these kinds of diets and reduced cancer cases. Exercise has been

shown to reduce cancer accurencing ion some studies in others, exercise does not

seem to make a differences.


Page 16: Internship Report

Dispite the conflicting the evidence , the national cancer institutes contents that the

best way to help prevent cancer ius to exercise, as well as eat a low calories diet

containing fiber, fruits, and vegetables they also suggest that people should avoid a

sedentary life style, animals facts and grilled meats to lessen the risk of developing

cancer. Research suggest that a combination of different essential nutrients is better

than consuming a large amount of a single item.

Another way to help prevent cancer is to avoid behaviors that are generally accepted

to increase your risk of cancer. Some of the behaviors linked to cancer development

are tobacco use, alcohol, consumption, obesity, and sun exposure. A study on

Swedish family shows that an increased risk of cancer is more associated with

environmental factors, diet and exercise rather that heredity. The American cancer

society suggest that a third of all American cancer deaths are linked to poor diet and

lack of exercise. Additionally, another third of all cancers deaths are preventable by

avoiding tobacco products. The world health organizations beliefs that 40% of cancer

deaths world wide could be prevented with proper diet, exercise, tobacco avoidance.

In addition to these general guidelines, there are several specific compounds that have

exhibited evidence that they may contribute to cancer prevention.


The possible role of antioxidants in the prevention and treatment of a variety of

medical conditions has been very highly publicized. For some diseases, anti-oxidants

may well play an important role. Unfortunately, some of the excitement is not based

on scientific evidence. In order to understand how antioxidants works, it is first

important to understand the process of oxidation.


Page 17: Internship Report


Oxidation is a chemical process. Oxidation is the reason that metals rust and apples

turn brown. When this same process happens inside your body, it can harm cells and

tissues. Free radicals are small chemicals that are responsible for oxidative damage.

Free radicals can be contained in (or caused to form by) a variety of things including

tobacco smoke, radiation (like sunlight or x-rays) and even the normal functioning of

the human body. Free radicals are unstable and they can interact with, and alter, other

molecules. Targets of free radicals include DNA, lipids and proteins . when free

radicals interact with other molecules, they can cause changes ( called oxidation) that

interfere with the normal activity of the altered target molecules. The altered activity

of the altered activity of the affected cell part can cause severe problems for the cell

and ultimately the entire body. You can learn more about oxidation in the closer look

on this page.


Antioxidants are molecules that, as the name suggests, prevent or reserve oxidation.

Examples of dietary antioxidants including vitamins C and E. antioxidants are able to

interact with and neutralize free radicals in vitro, improve health and prolong life in

animals, and many studies are underway to investigate the potential of these

compounds to prevent cancer in humans. Antioxidants are important to humans

because they stop “radicalized” molecules before they cause damage. Compounds that

exhibit antioxidants properties do this by donating an electron to a free radical without

the electron they donate. Some antioxidants function in a “suicidal” manner,

neutralizing free radicals by forming permanent bonds with them.

Sources and uses of antioxidants

There are many good sources of antioxidants including green tea, berries, tomatoes

and soy. Antioxidants can be found in many fruits and vegetables because plants

produce antioxidants to help protect themselves from free radicals created by

radiation from the sun . the body naturally produces some antioxidants that help


Page 18: Internship Report

protect against free radicals damage . Unfortunately, these do not provide complete

protection . Humans most consumes antioxidants from other sources if they wish to

decrease their risk of developing diseases that are increased by free radicals damage .

Outside of the body, antioxidants can also be used for many practical purposes :

museum curators use them to preserve artifacts derived from living things, they can

prevent food from spoiling . they are also used to make better rubbers, plastics,

automobiles fuels and paint .

Plant Products (Phytochemicals)

Phytochemicals are compound found in plants. The phytochemicals below are being

investigated to see if they are beneficial to human health; even when extracted from

the plant from which they originate. In recent years, there has been a large amount of

research to investigate the usefulness of specific nature compounds in the prevention

and the treatment of cancer. The list below is not meant to be complete. There are

numerical other chemicals that are being examined.


Drugs that are used to help prevent cancer are highly regulated by the federal

government to insure quality and safety. Most drugs that are suggested by doctors to

help prevent cancer are for a specific population that is at a high risk of developing

certain cancer types. These drugs are not suggested for all people because they can

cause other problems that may not be worth the cost of protection. Nevertheless, some

drugs have shown to decrease the risk for cancer and have been approved by the US

Food and Drug Administration for cancer prevention. These include non-steroidal

anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and the hormonal antagonists Tamoxifen and



Page 19: Internship Report

Cervical cancer Vaccines

The development of vaccine against HPV is a major step in the fight against cervical


Currently, there are two vaccine approved for the prevention of infection with HPV,

Gardasil and Cervarix.

Gardasil is FDA approved for the prevention of HPV types 6, 11, 16, 18 infection is

young women aged 9-26. on October 16, 2009, the FDA also approved Gardasil to

prevent genital warts caused by HPA types 6 and 18. Cervatrix was approved for use

in the United States in October 2009.

Importantly, the vaccinations are prophylactic and are not effective against the

progression of pre-existing HPV infection or cervical dysplasia, and should not deter

women from annual screening tests, especially since not all cancer

causing(oncogenic) forms of HPV are included in the vaccines.

Introduction to cancer Detection and Diagnosis

Once a key problems in the treatment of cancer is the early detection of the disease.

Often, cancer is detected in its later stages, when it has compromised the function of

one or more vital organ systems and is widespread throughout the body. Methods for

the early detection of cancer are of utmost importance and are an active area of

current research.

After the initial detection of a cancerous growth, accurate diagnosis and staging of the

disease are essential for the design of a treatment plan. This process is dependent on

clinical testing and the observations of physicians. It is important for cancer patients

and their families to understand the results given to them so that they can take an

active role in the planning of the treatment protocol to be used.


Page 20: Internship Report

This section includes information on some of the methods used to direct cancer. Also

discussed are some possible tests that are still under investigation. You can touch find

information on the result presented in pathology(path). Reports and a section that

describes the process of cancer staging. Because no test is 100% accurate, it is

important to understand the limitations of medical tests. The limitations of any

particular medical test are described by its sensitivity and specificity and false

positive/false negative rates.

Side Effects of Cancer Treatments

A wide variety of drugs is used to treat cancer. Many of them have side effects, some

of them potentially serious and long-lasting.

One reason that cancer drugs tend to have many/severe side effects is that cancer cells

are not very different from healthy cells. Choose a topic from the list on the left to

learn about a particular side-effects and treatments/prevention methods.

10,000 people die of cancer everyday,10,000 more are told everyday that they have it.

A person suffering from cancer dies everyday, little boy little. His family members

and those nearest to him are made aware every moment of the impending death and

its inevitability. Their lives stop around the moment when they are first told they have

it. When the truth is that a little bit of awareness can not only prevent this condition,

but also totally cure it; as cancer is a disease born out of our own wrong habits and

incorrect lifestyles.

Do your bit with us and become an instrument of happiness for someone who is either

suffering, or who could develop this deadly disease lates on. With your help and

support we can cure the sufferings of many.


Page 21: Internship Report

Our Objectives

1. To help create awareness about breast, uterus, mouth and throat cancer in the

urban poor

2. To create awareness amongst the youth in schools, colleges and offices, etc,

about different aspects of the disease

3. To hold medical and cancer detection camps in underprivileged areas to

diagnose and treat cancer patients

4. To hold seminars and road show in the slums to teach self-detection method

and spread awareness.

5. To make educational and medical aid available to the families of poor

6. To provide free of cost ambulance service to save casualty if any provide

medical help at nominal cost


Page 22: Internship Report


1. We create awareness amongst the masses by holding appropriate events,

camps, seminars, conferences & road shows

2. We involve in our endeavors not only the common people but also medical

and entertainment professionals to bring strength to our message

3. We maintain up-to-date database of all resources such as those of specialized

hospitals, specialist doctors complete with their contact details and their


4. We provide free of cost ambulance facilities for emergency cases so that helps

is available immediately

5. We provide financial assistance to the needy and the poor who cannot afford

to get treated for this disease

6. We provide cost to cost medicine facility facility for the poor who cannot

afford to by medicine

7. We create a database of all the families of the poor and provide medical help

at nominal cost

8. We also set up adequate medical camps to treat the families free of cost or at

nominal costs within their localities.

Raising awareness of cancer survivorship

There are many ways to define cancer survivorship , but for the purpose of this report,

it is a distinct phase of the cancer trajectory which has been relatively neglected in

advocacy ,education ,clinical practice ,and reseal Quality cancer survivorship care

involves the provision of four essential Components of care within a delivery system

that facilities access to comprehensive and coordinated care (BOX ES-1). Raising

awareness of the medical and physiological needs that may follow cancer treatment

will help both Survivors and their health care provider to ensure that appropriate


Page 23: Internship Report

assessment are completed and available intervention employed . the constellation of

cancer’s long –term and late effects varies by cancer type ,treatments Modealiuty,

and individual characteristics ,but there are common patters of Symptoms and

condition that must be recognized so that health and wellbeing can be improved

Essential components of survivorship care

1. Prevention of recurrent and new cancer, and of other latev effects;

2. Surveillance for cancer spread , recurrence , or, second cancers ;

assessment of medical and psychosocial late effects ;

3. Intervention for consequences of cancer and its treatment , for

example ;

Medical problems such as lymphedema and sexual dysfunction ;

symptoms , including pain and fatigue ;psychological distress

experienced by cancer survivor and their caregivers ;and cocern

related to employment ,insurance ,disability ;and

4. coordination between specialists and providers to ensure that all of the

survivors,s health needs are met.


Page 24: Internship Report

Achievement of Help Agra

Press Release :-

Print media :-

1- Help Agra has started 24 x 7 free of cost ambulance service. Any needy

person can dial 102 and ambulance without any charges will be provided to the needy.




Page 25: Internship Report

2- Creat awareness about cancer & how to prevent it are also the prime

objectives of Help Agra.


Page 26: Internship Report

3- Donating Radiotherapy machine to S.N. Medical College for treatment of



Page 27: Internship Report

4. Free jumbo pack to Dengue patients has also been distributed to some 7,000



Page 28: Internship Report

5. Providing immediate aid (24 x 7) to road accidental patients has been a highly

acclaimed effort of Help Agra.


Page 29: Internship Report

6- Help Agra also provides absolutely free medicines to very poor patients & also

provides medicines at cost price to needy patients.


Page 30: Internship Report

7- Help Agra also transports poor people living on road sides, bus stands

& railway stations to Mother Teresa home on its own expenses.


Page 31: Internship Report

7- Help Agra also provides air conditioned vehicles at nominal charges to the

needy and poor to carry dead bodies of their kin to rural & backward areas.


Page 32: Internship Report

9- Help Agra provides transport facility at reasonable charges to needy pregnant

ladies to carry them to hospitals.


Page 33: Internship Report

10- Help Agra also provides free facilities of doctors, X-ray, lab testing & other

required medical facilities to poor and needy.


Page 34: Internship Report

11- Help Agra also provides free food packets to poor & needy people.


Page 35: Internship Report

12- Help Agra also educates and encourages people to donate dead bodies of their

kin to medical colleges for academics and research purposes.


Page 36: Internship Report

13- Educating & motivating people for eye donation is also one of the successful

efforts of Help Agra.


Page 37: Internship Report

14- Help Agra also provides water coolers at the hospitals for the use and benefit

of people at large.


Page 38: Internship Report

15- Apart from helping human beings, Help Agra has also done remarkable work

in providing medical aid to animals.


Page 39: Internship Report


1- Help Agra has started its 24 x 7 Ambulance service on where one can dial 102

as help line no to avail this service free of cost.


Page 40: Internship Report

2- OPD service which was non functional at lady Fatima Hospital was resumed

by Help Agra on ………..


Page 41: Internship Report

3- Help Agra has started free of cost surgery to poor & needy people from 23

March, 2009.


Page 42: Internship Report

4- On 29 May, 2009 Help Agra has supported & shifted 2 year old girl to Mother

Teresa home as the parents of the girl had left her alone in the hospital.


Page 43: Internship Report

5- With the motive to help animals, Help Agra team has donated coolers to the

Bear rescue facility to protect the animals from hot summers.


Page 44: Internship Report

6- On 12 March, 2010 Help Agra has added one more ambulance to its fleet.


Page 45: Internship Report

7- Help Agra completed its 500 days of service on 14 March, 2010.


Page 46: Internship Report

8- Help Agra provided employment to prisoners lodged in the jail by assigning to

them the task of making 158 benches.


Page 47: Internship Report

9- Free medical check-up camp was organized by Help Agra from 21 th to 25th,

May, 2010.


Page 48: Internship Report

10- Appreciating the efforts of Help Agra, Lions club Agra has donated one Auto

wheeler for the use of pregnant women on 26th August, 2010.


Page 49: Internship Report

11- 160 benches were donated by Help Agra to facilitate the patients’ well wishers

visiting hospitals.


Page 50: Internship Report

12- Help Agra also provides CRITICAL AMBULANCE to the needy patients.


Page 51: Internship Report

13- On 21st July, 2011 Help Agra started ambulance service for road accident



Page 52: Internship Report

14- On 22nd Feb, 2011 with a vision to provide medicines at no profit for poor &

needy people, Help Agra moved its step forward by purchasing land near S.N.

Medical college.


Page 53: Internship Report

15- Free of cost medical facility for mentally retarded people was introduced by

Help Agra on 12th Jan, 2012.


Page 54: Internship Report

Swot Analysis of Help Agra

Strength :-

1. They have plenty of time & strong support team to carry out their work on

their different programmes.

2. The organization has strong reputation within the community.

3. There are many big business houses who are working along with help Agra.

4. Many doctors have also supported the mission to Help Agra.

Weakness :-

1. It is a new organization and it is less known among NGOs.

2. They have small funds with shallow skill base peoples in many areas.

3. They are vulnerable to high attrition of employees because they are less

motivated to work.

Opportunities :-

1. They are working on many sensitive issues like cancer, ambulance facility and

free of cost medicine stores.

2. Government and other corporate companies are supporting it in all the


3. Other NGOs from other places are also extending their helping hands.

Threat :-

1. There is no perceptible threat.


Page 55: Internship Report


Various steps which Help Agra should follow to carry on their task more

smoothly are as follows :-

1. It should strengthen its ability to inform the public about their latest efforts to

the society. It requires educating the public by mobilizing the media.

2. It should form linkage and partnership with universities and academic

institutions in order to constructing a new fund route that can sustain their


3. Recognize the need for facilitator in their structure.

4. Undertaking inclusive approach, recognizing the wide range of NGOs and

civil society organizations.


Page 56: Internship Report


Being Associated with the Help Agra was a great experience. It was a great opportunity to learn the various facets and aspects of NGO functioning which can be summarized as follows:-

1. Learnt a lot about NGOs functioning, their vision, objectives and the problems it faces in the various departments like finance, marketing and others.

2. Also understood the initiative taken by private institutions as a part of corporate governance social responsibility and its impact on the society.

3. Studied about how to help the society and what Help Agra is doing in this field.

4. It broadened my horizon of thinking about life and spurred me to think about helping the poor and needy in our society.


Page 57: Internship Report


1. www.helpagra.com 2. www.onlinelibrary.wiley.com 3. www.cdc.gov 4. www.cancerquest.com 5. www.livehindustan.com 6. www.jagran.com 7. www.theseaexpress.com