History of the Organization

Uday Social Development Society is a Non Profit Organization under the umbrella of Pavitra Atma Sevika Sangh, managed by the Holy Spirit Sisters (SSpS) based at Bhopal in Central India, working for the integral development of children and women.  Uday started working in Jatkhedi and Bagmugalia slums in the year 2001. It became a registered body on 22nd October 2003 under the Madhya Pradesh Societies Registration Act 1973. An evaluation of Uday was conducted in October 2009 and as per the recommendation, the activities of Uday were expanded to different parts of Madhya Pradesh

Our organization believes in the promotion of human rights and equal opportunities for everyone. We promote Local Self Governance especially the three tier system of Panchayati Raj with the active involvement of women. Self Help Groups are trained to play a significant role to address development issues and thus uplift the socio-economic status of the families.


Every human being must enjoy dignity, peace and equal rights in communion with the nature.


Enabling people, especially the less privileged sections of the society to develop their human resource and access their rights.


  • Empowering women and children
  • Promoting holistic health and education
  • Promoting protection of environment

Details of Uday Social Development Society

Unique Id of NGO   MP/2013/0066432
 President Ms. Geeta Joseph
Chief Functionary & Secretary Sr. Lizy Thomas
Treasurer Sr.Anita Paul
Umbrella /Parent organization Pavitra Atma Sevika Sangh
  Registration Details Registered with Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO Society Society
Registration No 12868/03
City of Registration Bhopal
State of Registration Madhya Pradesh
Date of Registration 22/10/2003
Copy of Certificate Attached PDF


Sector /key issue:   Integral development of Children, Women’s Development &

Empowerment Civic Issues, Dalit Upliftment, Education &

Literacy, Environment, Health & Family

Welfare, Human Rights, Labor & Employment,

Micro Finance (SHGs), Nutrition, Urban

Development, Vocational Training, Water Resources and

Youth affairs