If HRDO become an architect for the budding poor talents, it is not without a reason. Many challenges and milestones have marked the path of life. Obviously, it is impossible to show everything, but it is vital and noticeable that how a poor talented child can get his better path to achieve his goal.

In 1992, Mr. Dutt our Founder Chairman pass out 10th board but his poor financial health came in his way and in result he got admission in commerce instead of Science. He was ill lucky to become a doctor, his mother advised him to earn money in to tuition and complete his graduation. Finally, Mr. Dutt completed his graduation and MBA degree, unfortunately his mother died due to gallbladder cancer. Therefore, Mr. Ganesh Dutt has decided to come in force with social mission for those neglected people and areas and he begin to established Human Research & Development Organisation on national level and HRDO running since 2010.

Our Mission:

Mission of the organisation is to make a contribution to poor and under privileged people of India by providing/assisting them education and basic healthcare facilities. We at Human Research & Development Organisation involve the people of the country in the process of development of Education, Healthcare, Cancer Prevention & Salvation and Community Development.

The society is formed with an objective to provide effective assistance to rural, weaker, disabled, orphans or shelter less children as well as to rural and poor women, by developing their economic skills, making them aware about common diseases and motivating them in getting their right place in the society. The main Focus of the Organisation is to provide quality education across India to the poor Student.

Our Vision:

As an accelerator to bring changes in the lives of poor children, youth and women, who are not privileged, by addressing the real need at the grassroots level and also enabling the civil society. Education is the foundation upon which we have to build our society. It has to be our first social priority. It is an investment, which has the biggest multiplier. So, let us invest into our future with our heart and mind.

India has one of the highest cancer rate in the world. Cancer scenario in India is quite alarming with nearly 25 lakh patients in the country currently suffering from the deadly disease. "Cancer scenario in India is not very comfortable and every year there is an increment of 10,000 new cancer patients.” We have to take action for Cancer Prevention and Salvation very carefully.

What we do……


  • School for privileged and disabled children.

  • Computer education centre for privileged and disabled children.

  • English Speaking Course for privileged and disabled children.

  • Open written/verbal/speech competition is organized.

“Human Research & Development Organisation” running these programme for under privileged and disabled children. An open yearly/half yearly examination like competition (written, verbal) is organized for those student (Class 1st to 10th) of government school, subject wise winning participant and their teacher will be awarded by the organization with attractive prizes. Computer Education and English Speaking Course Centre is running for those children who get education in the government School. The objective of this programme is to equally raise the education in between student of private and government School.


  • General Health Camp.

  • Free Health Check up Program.

  • New Born Child Vaccine for poor family.

  • Healthy foods distribution for Poor Pregnant Women.

  • HIV/AIDS Control Programme.

  •  Blood Donation Camp.

Indian is struggling to get basic health services. According to government sources, in India 45 children die every hour due to respiratory infections. 1 child dies every 2 minutes due to diarrhea. And annually, about 2 million children under 5 years of age die due to preventable diseases. Don’t put your hand at your mouth, just think, situation calls for timely care and diagnosis which can reduce the incidence of morbidity and mortality especially among children and women majorly in rural area.Health Camps is one such special initiative of our planned activity to provide health care services to meet the immediate health care needs of the marginalized community in remote rural areas and slums through standalone camps. Services include– curative, preventive and referral, to a large number of people in selected intervention areas. Check up camp also includes Dental and Eye check ups. Key Result Area of this project is to give underprivileged children in India born with heart diseases appropriate treatment. We, HRDO aim to assist early diagnosis and availability of monetary assistance for diagnostic purposes and surgical interventions for that people/family that are not affordable. Take cares pregnancy, safe future of the nation: .

Up to 10 percent of pregnant women have bacteria in their urine, which indicates a urinary tract infection. Most have no symptoms, but even a symptomless urinary tract infection may spread upwards to the kidneys, where it can pose a serious risk to mother and baby. Urinary tract infections are treated with antibiotics that are safe for mother and baby. There are many things which is not taking care by the pregnant woman during their pregnancy. There are certain tests which need routine prenatal test during pregnancy to avoid sexually transmitted infection, HIV, AIDS, Chickenpox, Anemia and for other major diseases. Prenatal test can safe child and mother. HRDO aims to provide this facility to the needed people across country.

  • Child Protection.
  • Safe new born from hole in heart.
  • Stop Child Labour.

Hole in the Heart or Congenital heart defects are structural problems with the heart present at birth. They result when a mishap occurs during heart development soon after conception and often before the mother is aware that she is pregnant. Defects range in severity from simple problems, such as “holes” between chambers of the heart, to very severe malformations, such as complete absence of one or more chambers or valves.

India is home to more than 12.6 million children who are forced to work in order to survive. These children are working as domestic help, on streets, in factories and farmlands silently suffering abuse. Save the Children works to end exploitative Child labour.

Our Approach:

  • Special health care programs for children living on the streets.
  • Expose exploitative child labour practices.
  • Ensure children joining residential bridge schools and vocational training programs for children above 14 years to lessen their chances of becoming child labourers again.
  • Assess needs of disabled.
  • Provide Social Work Support for you and your carer/family.
  • Liaise and work with other professionals involved in your care.
  • Assist you with practical help to maintain your independence.
  • Assist with personal care to help maintain your independence.
  • Discuss different ways of receiving a service, for example, Direct Payments.
  • Provide advice and information.
  • Direct you to other services which can help.

As the youth population in India has been increasing over the years, so have the opportunities for them. Young people today are spoiled for choices not only when it comes to securing an education and career but especially where lifestyle choices are concerned. However, the truth is that a majority India’s youth do not enjoy privilege of making this choice. Their lives are ridden with problems ranging from financial difficulties, to lack of educational opportunities, to unemployment and more. It’s time we realized their potential as the future of the country and supported more youth development programs. As per our survey report most of children collapse his future due to abortive life of his training. Therefore, we launched DLCL to guide those child who are approx to reach 17-18 years but doesn’t have cricketing skill, we ask their parents to move his in another field.


India has one of the highest cancer rates in the world, The survey included more than 200 000 patients with histopathologically confirmed cancers…it indicates that the age adjusted incidence of gall bladder cancer in women in New Delhi is 10.6 per 100 000 of the population – the world’s highest rate for women for this cancer…Districts in central, south, and northeast India had the world’s highest incidence of cancers associated with tobacco, which is chewed as well as smoked in India… The development of cancer is usually a relatively slow process which requires a substantial proportion of the lifetime of an individual. The cancers of childhood which often affect growing tissues such as the brain or bones are important exceptions to this rule and these diseases are often associated with the presence of mutations (defective genes) inherited from one or both parents. Inherited mutations are also known to be important in the development of cancers of later life but, generally speaking, tumour cells are found to contain a large number of mutations which have been acquired during life. These so-called somatic mutations occur because of exposure to environmental chemicals which damage the body's blueprint for life, DNA. Molecules which damage DNA can be generated by the body itself. For example, molecules containing oxygen often briefly acquire a special chemical structure enabling them to interact strongly with DNA. These 'free radicals' are generated during normal respiration. Antioxidant substances, in their unique natural location and natural combination with other nutrients, contained in fruits and vegetables, whole grains, Indian spices, scavenge free radicals and protect cells from excessive DNA damage. They prevent the blue print of the body from being damaged It has also been also documented that Indian unadulterated pure spices and vegetables inhibit the enzymes which are integral to procarcinogen metabolism.

HRDO- aims prevention and Salvation Programme:


Early Detection

Diagnosis and treatment

Palliative care.


Achievement since 2010

Organised Various Awareness Programme (Jan 2010 to Dec 2013)

  1. Various General Health Check up Camp organized in Delhi and Bihar.
  2. Running Cancer Awareness and prevention programme in Delhi since May 2012.
  3. Running Awareness programme for “Beggar Free India” Since Dec 2013
  4. Awareness programme in Rural India between child and parents for Girls Education.
  5. Legal Awareness Programme.


Establishment of School, Club and Library (Jan 2010 to Dec 2013)

  1. Establishment of a NGO – Human Research & Development Organisation in January, 2010
  2. Established and running a school for poor child since 2011
  3. Establishment  and running of Sports Youth Club in November,2011
  4. Establishment and running of Mahila Mandal to educate leadership programme.
  5. Establishment and running of Free Computer Education Centre since.
  6. Establishment and running of Delhi L’il Cricket League since 2011. 
  7. Establishment and running Yuva Library

Organising Events and Competition (Jan 2010 to Dec 2013)

  1. Drawing Competition.
  2. Dancing Competition.
  3. Marathon Competition.
  4. Cricket Tournament – U19
  5. Singing Competition.

Association and Affiliation:

  1. Registered under Society Registration Act 1860, Reg# S/68321/2010
  2. Affiliated to Nehru Yuva Kendra Under Youth Affairs & Sports Ministry, Govt. of India.

Future Plan:

  1. Work against Bagger to make Bagger Free India.
  2. Youth Club on National Level for leadership programme.
  3. Awareness Programme for AIDS/Cancer and Girls Protection/HIV.
  4. Women Protection and Training Programme.
  5. Health & Eye Camp
  6. Pregnancy Protection Camp in Rural and back ward area for Penniless Family.
  7. Open school for Privileged child  in Rajasthan, UP, Uttrakhand and Chhatish Garh.
  8. Road Safety Programme with Medanta

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