Dr. Rajesh Tandon
Dr. Rajesh Tandon is the co-founder and President of PRIA, an international NGO, based in New Delhi, India. He has nearly three decades of work in articulating, elaborating and facilitating philosophical and methodological issues of participatory research and popular participation in India, South Asia and across the world.
Mrs. Sunita Sharma
Ms. Sunita Sharma has worked with number of renowned national and international social development organizations including World Education, Institute of International Education and CARE amongst others as India Country Director, Country Representative and National Coordinator for a considerable number of years.
Mr. Ashok Singh
Mr. Ashok Singh a well-known champion for the cause of institution – building in the domain of Civil Society at national and regional level, engaged in providing momentum to civil society movement in Uttar Pradesh, Founder Member of UPVAN, and a state level network of NGOs of Uttar Pradesh. He is very popular trainer on participatory training. He is engaged in supporting CSOs in U.P, Bihar and Jharkhand. He founded SSK in the year 1990 and currently he is the Founder Director of SSK
Mr. Ashok Singh
Dr. Ashok Kumar is a professor and head of the HR area in the Amity Business School, Lucknow. He has received professional education in Demography and FP Communication & Action Research at International Institute of Population Sciences, Mumbai. He had specialized training Techniques and Processes at Ashorne Hill college of Management, UK. He holds Ph. D. degree in Social work from Lucknow University.
Dr. Kumkum Tripathi
Dr. Kumkum Tripathi is Former Associate Director of MahilaSamakhya (2000-2010) and also former Director of Devi Sansthan, Lucknow and also worked for women human rights in UP and participated in several campaigns to protect women from atrocities, domestic violence and generating awareness about their social, economic and civil rights.
Dr. Atul Pratap Singh
Dr. Atul Singh is a renowned Professor in the Department of Social Work, Bhim Rao Ambedkar College, University of Delhi and had encouraged and motivated students in developing professional skills through application of theoretical knowledge in different real life situations. He has written a number of books on issues related to Social Work.
Governance & Management
The Director is authorized to manage the organization with support from the board. Under the Director, there are two Committees at the organizational level. The Program Management Unit, which provides guidance and support to all the projects, and the Gender Committee, which looks into gender related issues. For program implementation, there are two centers - CCPL (Centre for Community Participation and Learning), which is responsible for field level interventions, and CKPS (Centre for Knowledge Promotion and Skill Development), whose function is skill development and knowledge promotion on various developmental issues. To manage all the work at the organizational level there is an administrative unit consisting of HR and the Finance department.
Internal Management System of SSK
SSK’s committee is a group of people who take on the responsibility of managing the affairs of the organization that are too complicated to be handled by the larger group to which they belong. It is to manage the regular ongoing issues of the organization. The committee functions effectively and regular meetings are also held to discuss the issues. Following are the committees existing in the organization:
Project Management Unit (PMU) - The committee is responsible for the overall management of the all the projects being implemented by Sahbhagi Shikshan Kendra in different intervention area.
Financial Management Committee - This committee is held responsible for the finance and accounts related work as budget allocation, salary of the human resource and procurement regarding the project requirement.
CASH Committee (Internal complaint committee against sexual harassment at workplace) - There are six members in the committee who are responsible for gender sensitive work attitude. It is to make field visits and ensure the implementation of gender policies. They will organize Gender sensitive training program for the human resource to safe guard the interest of the staff members and treat them with respect and dignity.
Purchase Committee - The committee is responsible for fulfilling the material requirement of the organization. The requirement is send by field staff after which market survey is conducted. The quotations are analyzed by doing comparative bid analysis. In the follow up the best quality product is purchased to use in the organization.