2000 – 2001

Bhaurao Deoras Seva Nyas started the work of free health check up and distribution of medicines from 1st January 2000 in 85 urban slums. The work in 35 slums was sponsored by District Urban Development Authority (DUDA) and in 50 slums was sponsored by State Urban Development Authority (SUDA). From January 2000 to June 2000 work continued unhampered in 85 slums. Because of financial constraints work got held up. The work restarted from October 2000 in 50 slums only. A total of 79,955 patients got benefited in all these camps.

Handicapped Relief Camp:

Nyas organized a Relief camp on 17th January 2001 to help handicapped persons. Indian artificial limb manufacturing company (ALIMCO) helped to distribute 56 tricycles, 26 wheelchairs and 23 crutches. Smt Premlata Katiyar, and Shri Ramapati Shastri graced the function. Dr. Suryakant, Secretary, Health Service Project, coordinated the function.

Lucknow Health Fair:

A health fair was organized in the KGMC campus ground from 31st January to 4th February with the help of central and state government. Prime Minister, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee graced the occasion and blessed the workers. The stall number 31, allotted to Nyas, was totally managed by doctors and workers of the Nyas. They provided free health check up and free distribution of medicines. A total of 1403 health checkups were performed out of which 259 had to go through ECG test.

Free Eye Examination Camp:

  • Nyas organized three camps at Bakshi Ka Talab, Kmuhrawan (Itaunja) and Arjun Ganj. The patients were registered between 5-7 February 2001.  166 Registered patients were examined and cataract operation was performed on 112 patients. Patients were provided free lodging, boarding, blankets and spectacles along with medicines. The camp was innagurated by Sh Ramapati Shastri, A UP Minister and Sh Gomati Yadav graced the concluding session. Famous eye surgeon Dr. Ram Kapoor led the team of doctors who performed the operations.

Foundation of Madhav Sewa Ashram:

  • Bhaurao Deoras Seva Nyas decided to establish Madhav Sewa Ashram to cater for the needy patients and their relatives coming to Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS) for treatment of their serious ailments. Shri Raj Nath Singh, Chief Minister, Uttar Pradesh, laid Ashram foundation stone on 26th March 2001 on a 5000 sq. mt piece of land given on lease by the Department of Irrigation in front of SGPGIMS on Raibareli Road. Shri Madan Das ji, Sah-Sarkaryavah of RSS, Shri Om Prakash Singh and Shri Laljee Tandon, Cabinet Ministers of UP graced the occasion.

Specialized Health Service Centers: Activity of Health Service Centers:

  • Under the Swasthya Sewa Prakalp, the doctors and mobile clinic staff of Nyas conduct free health check up and undertake distribution of medicines to the needy once every week in morning hours. These centers cater for 150 to 250  patients daily.

2001 – 2002

  • Activity of Health Service Centers: Health centers sponsored by State Urban Development Authority (SUDA) were organized in 50 slums colonies. The number of beneficiaries was 42317 in the year.
  • Three Special Health Camps : 11804 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 5237 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 560 patients were tested and 123 had to undergo Cataract operation.
  • National Pulse-Polio Program and the Nyas: 2774 children got the dose of Pulse-Polio on three different days.
  • New Mobile Health Checkup Van: Rajya Sabha MP Prof. MM Agarwal, fom his MP fund donated a large Medical Van (Swaraj Mazda) to Nyas on May 25, 2001 at Madhav Sabhagar, Nirala Nagar, Luckow. Sh. Laljee Tandon, UP Minister handed over the Van to Nyas.

2002 – 2003

  • Activity of Health Service Centers: Health centers sponsored by State Urban Development Authority (SUDA) were organized in 50 slums colonies. The number of beneficiaries was 54215 in the whole year.
  • Three Special Health Camps : 7778 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 7131 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 455 patients were tested and 155 had to undergo Cataract operation.
  • Other Free Health Checkup Camps: Nyas organised seven more health checkup camps during the year. Around 12000 people including 8000 children got benefited by these camps.
  • New Mobile Health Checkup Van: Legislator Sh Laljee Tandon, from his Lagislature Fund, donated a Mobile Medical Van, Mahindra Van, to the Nyas. Hon. Governor of UP, Sh. Vishnukant Shastri ji handed over the van to Nyas on January 25, 2003.

2003 – 2004

  • Activity of Health Service Centers: Health centers sponsored by State Urban Development Authority (SUDA) were organized in 50 slums colonies. The number of beneficiaries this year was 56556.
  • Three Special Health Camps : 9054 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 8269 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 1376 patients were tested and 506 had to undergo Cataract operation in 2 camps.
  • Cancer Awareness Camp: On the birthday of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay ji, a camp was organised to create awareness about cancer in the people. 425 patients were checked in it. Cancer specialist of KGMU Dr ML Bhatt, Chest Specialist Dr Suyyakant and other prominent doctors took part in it.
  • A Camp for Divyang people: 35 tricycles, 6 wheelchairs, 9 calipers and 15 crutches were distributed at Nirala Nagar, Lucknow on February 17, 2004.
  • Health Camp – 2004: In two camps, free spectacles were distributed to 331 school students of 6-14 year age.
  • Medical Facility in the camps: In the camps of Sanskrit Bharati and Durga Vahini, medical facility was provided by the Nyas in the month of June.

2004 – 2005

  • Three Special Health Camps : 8517 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 7615 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 878 patients were tested and 336 had to undergo Cataract operation. Sh. Shyamnandan Singh, Dr JP Yadav and Mayor Dr SC Rai were present on the occasion.
  • A Camp for Divyang people: 26 tricycles, 7 wheelchairs, 2 calipers and 18 crutches were distributed at Mahona, Lucknow on M<arch 30, 2005. Many dignitaries were present on the occasion.

2005 – 2006

  • Three Special Health Camps : 8335 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 7895 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 878 patients were tested and 336 had to undergo Cataract operation in 2 camps.
  • Asthma Awareness Camp: With nthe help of Cipla Farma, five camps were organised to create awareness about Asthma. Chest Specialist of KGMU, Dr Suyyakant took part in all these camps.
  • A Camp for Divyang people: 22 tricycles, 4 wheelchairs, and 14 crutches were distributed at Arjun Ganj, Lucknow on June 21, 2006.
  • Health Camp – 2004: In two camps, free spectacles were distributed to 331 school students of 6-14 year age.
  • Medical Facility in the camps: In the camps of RSS and Durga Vahini, medical facility was provided in the month of June by the Nyas.

2006 – 2007

  • Three Special Health Camps : 8335 patients were treated in these 3 special health camps in three different slum colonies.
  • Madhav Rao Devle memorial Rugn Sewa Kendra: A total of 7895 patients used this service in the whole year.
  • Free Eye Examination Camp: A total of 878 patients were tested and 336 had to undergo Cataract operation in 2 camps.
  • Asthma Awareness Camp: With nthe help of Cipla Farma, five camps were organised to create awareness about Asthma. Chest Specialist of KGMU, Dr Suyyakant took part in all these camps.
  • A Camp for Divyang people: 22 tricycles, 4 wheelchairs, and 14 crutches were distributed at Arjun Ganj, Lucknow on June 21, 2006.
  • Health Camp – 2004: In two camps, free spectacles were distributed to 331 school students of 6-14 year age.
  • Medical Facility in the camps: In the camps of RSS and Durga Vahini, medical facility was provided in the month of June by the Nyas.