Success Stories


Raju Devi : 36 Years
Village Badmahadevpura, Post Devganv

Raju Devi, 36 years old widow, lives in complete poverty. She with her three children has no place to live in and has no regular source of income to feed the family. She lives with her sister and works in the fields to earn meager income with which she struggles to feed her family....
The Tin Shed provided to her under Bosch's Targeted Program for PoP, has given her a place to live with her children. She has covered the tin shed with straw and has converted it into a small dwelling.


Shankarlal Yogi : 35 Years
Vill. Sambhariya, Panchayat Sambharia

Shankarlal Yogi, 35 years old, used to work as a daily wage worker in the godown of a grains merchant. His job of carrying heavy sacks of grains was temporary and not well paying at all. He was totally shattered when his died leaving behind two young children. ...His children were too young to provide any kind of support to him plus there was an added responsibility of taking care of an aged mother also. He did not have any means of sustainable livelihood and no one else in the family to offer any kind of support. When the survey team met him expressed his wish to start door to door supply of vegetables in the village. The Mobile Cart with roof provided to him under Bosch's Targeted Program for PoP, has brought in a fresh lease of life for him. He started supplying fresh vegetables by investing Rs.500 and made a profit of Rs.300on the very first day. Now he is regularly earning a profit of Rs.300-400 per day.


PoojaMeena : 14 Years,
Bahjupura Kabaddi Champion

Pooja Meena , a 14 year old daughter of a farmer Mr. Kaluram Meena and student of class 8th at Government Secondary School Bhajupura, Bassi, Jaipur was very passionate about games. BOSCH and Samajik Yuva Sangathan Sansthan came forward to help her. ... They put up a proper Kabaddi field in the school and provided all the resources, kits, and arranged financial help. After training and guidance Pooja won District Level Kabaddi championship which was held in Government school in 2019 and got selected for State Kabaddi team of girls under 14 age group of Rajasthan. Her passion for this sport and BOSCH’s initiative KHEL-KHILADI and L.E.A.D. encouraged other students also to uplift their sport skills


Prakash Gurjar : 13 Years,

Prakash Gurjar aged 13 years, is a student of class 8th at Government Sanskrit Secondary School, village Rajpura Bassi, Jaipur. His father Mr. Ranglal Gurjar is a gardener and mother Mrs. Rampati Devi is a homemaker. Prakash, a cub scout leader is a very good athlete and a very good kabbadi player. BOSCH and Samajik Yuva Sangathan Sansthan came forward to help her. After training, he led his kabbadi team to first position at division level. ...
He also got 1st position in 100 mtr, 200 mtr race and long jump and got selected for state level tournament. At the state level tournament held at Bonli, Sawai Madhopur, he secured 1st position in 100 Mt race and 2nd position in long jump event. He is a very disciplined and kind hearted boy and gives voluntary contribution in every social activity such as plantation, cleanliness campaign and other such activities.


Rohan Kumar Sharma : 13 Years
Young Scout , Bhajupura

Samajik Yuva Sangathan Sansthan’s initiative of Life skill Education for Adolescents Development (L.E.A.D.) in collaboration with BOSCH at Government Schools in rural areas of Jaipur started non-functioning Scouts and guide in schools. A team of 8 boys (Scouts) and 8 girls (Guide) from Government Secondary school Bhajupura, Bassi, Jaipur attended a 5 days camp which was led by a student Rohan Kumar Sharma. In the camp they learned about value of Discipline, Pioneering, Self-reliance, Helping, Courtesy, Brotherhood, Patriotism, Honesty, Respect, etc. ...This camp helped Rohan in character building and later he also cleared first level of scout guide examination by Rajasthan Rajya Bharat Scout & Guide organization. The transformation in Rohan’s character has made his father Vinod Kumar Sharma and Mother Devki Devi very happy and proud. They are grateful to BOSCH & Samajik Yuva Sangathan Sansthan for mentoring and arranging resources fro their child.


Krishna : 36 years
Data Enter Operator at Child Development office

Krishna, who is working as Data Enter Operator at Child Development office of SYSS, Jaipur has always endeavoured to make young girls/women understand the real value of life and bring out their latent talent to forefront. After studying the needs as well as the interest of the women and young girls in the rural areas of Jaipur District, SYSS thought of organizing and conducting a four months’ training program exclusively for women to prepare them as `Office Cum Accounts Assistant’. ... One of the participants of the program Ms. Krishna Meena who was a married graduate and wanted to support her family financially but was not able to find work, could get a contractual job at Child Development Office,Bassi as a PMMRY Data Entry Operator after undergoing this training program and since then working with them.


Babulal Meena : 33 years
Social Service Leader & trainer

Babulal Meena aged 33 years, son of a farmer hailing from Abhaypura village in Bassi Tehsil of Jaipur district, was a volunteer of the National Service Scheme in class 11. He attended a program organized by SYSS and became a part of it. He participated in youth leadership, life skills and various other training organized by SYSS and decided to dedicate his life in social service. ...
He also received award from Block & District administration, NYKS and other social organizations for his services. Today, Babu Lal is serving as a subject expert and master trainer in various government and non-government institutions thanks to the learning and knowledge gained during his association with SYSS and through various training programs of SYSS. He is also serving as District Coordinator in Maadi Bari Scheme run by Tribal Department.


Pooran Meena : 24 years
Police Constable

Pooran Meena , son of a farmer, hails from village Bhavpura, Tehsil Jamwaramgarh, Jaipur. About 8 years ago in 2012, while studying in the Government Higher Secondary School, Bassi, he associated himself with SYSS as a volunteer. ...He attended life skill coaching programs twice besides participating in other trainings organized by SYSS and learned the nuances of effective communication. In 2016 he got an opportunity to participate in Youth Camp at National Integration Camp, Tripura under the guidance of the respected Sh. Subbarao Bhaiji. With determination, hard work, discipline, self confidence, perseverance and skills like time management, team management, positive thinking, goal setting etc learnt at SYSS, he is now working as a Constable at Delhi Police department.

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SYSS has been publishing a monthly magazine by the name of PAHAL since year 2009. The magazine is joint effort by team SYSS, where all the activities of SYSS are documented along with information on the relevant issues. Pahal focuses on the achievements of young student in various areas and provides them a platform to get noticed.