About Aarambh Foundation

 The founder of “Aarambh Foundation” has been working for last 25 years in the different field and constantly travelling through the length and the breadth of this country. During his working days met several people from the society and found one common ground of unhappiness, depression and feeling pressure on day to day life. This common cause of problems was “Litigation”. This litigation may be in the family, or at the work place, and most common is in the society. Almost 27 % of the population is engaged in litigation directly or indirectly. When such litigation start the whole family get disturbed and spent huge amount to fight those litigation without knowing the fact that the person who is representing is capable of providing relief or not.

The people of this country do not aware about the lawof land and how to defend them in the court of law in correct way. For creating legal awareness program amongst the society this NGO “Aarambh Foundation” was formed.

Aim & Objectives

The main purpose of this awareness program is to ensure Moral, Legal and Ethical Character building for our Children who are the future of this great Country. It is aimed to bring about increased legal awareness and self-believe of their duties towards the society and the nation. Knowledge of education is a journey from darkness to light.

The basic problem lies with the society. The importance of education in a civil society is the necessity. The education not only restrict to school education, rather it is further ahead. True education transforms a person to its surrounding whether he or she can live pieces fully.

Education is the most powerful tool to change this world. Legal awareness shall go a long way in making our future citizens more responsive to the needs of the times and to have a peaceful, harmonious and welfare society. An increased awareness of Fundamental Duties, Civic sense and Gender sensitivity is necessary for establishing Rule of Law to strengthen democracy.

The need of legal awareness

India is a historic Country and the single largest democracy of the world. This Country is a bouquet various religions cast and classes of people, who inspire many colors, make this country beautiful.

Off late this Country has reported more incident of stalking, eve-teasing, molestation and sexual assault on women and girls have risen so drastically.

Rape is one of most common assault on women which not only physical but leaves a great mental trauma on the victim. It causes stigmatization, insult and a sense of guilt in the victim. Due to increase number of discrimination by way of money, religion, cast and color are also the main reason of crime in this country. Lack of execution of Government policy at the ground level, increased of unemployment, illiterate people, all this constitute the helpless citizens to attract towards crime for earning quick money. Incident of assault on backward class in the society is very common. The problem in this country is confounded by an environment where cynicism has become a norm. Almost every institution in our country, including the justice system is coming under virulent attack for allegedly not delivering according to the expectations of the people. India is a country that has more than 34000 legislation on various subjects, yet there is scant respect for the law of the land. The question is how to change the mindset of society and demand a better social response to issues of law and order, morality, environment and tolerance impacting all of us. The issue is to build our nation character not only by respecting life and liberty but also by performance of fundamental duties in the Constitution of India.

The Constitutional Rights of Indian Citizens

The Constitution defined as “We the people of India”, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into Sovereign Socialist Secular Democratic Republic and to secure to all its citizens.

Liberty of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship;

Equality of status and of opportunity; and to promote among them all

Fraternity assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the nation;

“In Our Constituent Assembly this Twenty-Sixth Day of November, 1949, do hereby Adopt, Enact and give to Ourselves this Constitution.”
The Fundamental rights under the Constitution
ARTICLES 14-18 of the Constitution

All the Citizens are equal before the law. There is no discrimination between the rich and the poor, high or the low. There is no decimation on basis of caste, creed, religion, sex or place of birth. Every citizen can get the heist office for which he has ability and the required qualifications.

ARTICLES 19-22 of the Constitution

Right to freedom is an important fundamental right. Everyone is free to express his thoughts and ideas through speech, writing or through newspaper. He is free to criticize and speak against the policies of the Government, if he does not agree with them. He is free to move about and carry on any trade or business in any part of India.

ARTICLES 21 of the Constitution

No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law.

ARTICLES 21A of the Constitution

Every Child from the age of 6 to 14 is free to receive education in any educational institution without discrimination of cast, creed, religion and sex. He is free to receive education up to any level.

ARTICLES 25-28 of the Constitution

The state has no religion. It does not favor any religion. All religions are equal before the law. Every citizen is free to participate, propagate and worship any religion he likes. The state does not interfere with anybody’s faith.

ARTICLES 29-30 of the Constitution

The minority groups are free to preserve their own language and culture. They are free to give education to their children in any school managed by them.

ARTICLES 32 and 226 of the Constitution

This right is an important right and protects all the fundamental rights when someone feels that his fundamental right is being harmed in any way or he is being denied the fundamental right, he can approach the High Court or the Supreme Court to seek justice. Supreme Court is the highest court of the country and is the Guardian of our fundamental rights.

ARTICLES 51A of the Constitution

It is the duty of every citizen of India to abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institution the National Flag and the National Anthem. To upload and protect the sovereignty unity and integrity of India. To protect nature wildlife forest river religious places, religion diversity and to most important to protect the dignity of women.

ARTICLES 124 of the Constitution

Under this Article’s the Supreme Court of India function as head of legal institutional Consisting of Chief Justice of India. The law declare by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India.

Statutory Mandate for safeguarding the rights of Children.

Children are the future of this Country and thus there arises greater responsibility on the part of the State to ensure proper development of Children of this Country. The Indian Penal Code 1860 protects Children from kidnaping, abandoned, keeping away from law full guardian etc. A special act under juvenile justice and Posco Act 2012 are specifically designed to protect from any crime against the children.

Some of the important law under which the children of this country given protection are:

i) The Guardians and Wards Acts 1890

ii) Child marriage Restraint Act 1929

iii) The Factories Act 1948

iv) Young Persons Act 1956

v) The Probation of Offender Act 1959

vi) The Bonded Labor System Act 1976

vii) Immoral Traffic Prevention Act 1986

viii) The Child and Adolescent Labor Act 1986

ix) Infant Milk Substitute Act 1992

x) Prohibition of Sex Determination Act 2002

xi) Protection of Child Rights Act 2005

xii) Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act 2005

xiii) Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006

xiv) Right of free and Compulsory Education Act 2009

Neighborhood Watch

This is the most important aspect in our life knowing closely your neighbor. Most of the small Crime developed in the neighborhood only; ignoring such Crime will fetch you in big trouble. The person who is staying in the neighborhood always keeps a watch on your Movement / Activity. Keep special attention on labor working in the neighborhood, Drivers, Servant, Mali, Vegetable Vendor etc.

Senior Citizens

Any person more than 60 years is more prone to criminal attack, both from outside as well as at home. Safety of Senior Citizens is most important responsibility of the society.

Children below 12 Years

Children below 12 years are the soft targets for the criminals. Don’t leave alone in the Society. Take extra care when you visit any crowded place. India missing record address this issues more seriously.

Girl Child

Girl Child is the one who are most Vulnerable in the society. They are very attracted to male person in the society both from outside world as well as at home. Don’t heisted to report to police on PCR 100.