Brilliant Uniflow of Talents and Intelligence (BUTAI) is a multi-dimensional, Non-profitable, Charitable Voluntary Organization, aiming to provide selfless services in social justice, healthcare, education, science and Technology and environmental conservation & protection. Our aim is to drive the Indian intelligence into one direction for the scientific and social causes, like the empowerment of the disadvantaged and the poor sections of our society and creating general awareness for the Right to Information Act, 2005. The vision is to establish BUTAI as a charitable organization that may enlist the active and willing support of all for developing a strong democratic society where growth and development go hand in hand with justice. The long term objective of BUTAI is to bridge science, society and culture.
To Bridge Science, Society and Culture…..
“Work for the development of Indian Society, with particular application to the diverse challenges faced, focusing on equity, efficiency & optimal utilization of natural & human resources”
To undertake all rounds developmental projects for the promotion of science, society and culture for the benefit of common mass through active participation in the areas of; Basic sciences including biological, chemical, physical, and medical sciences Non-conventional energy resources Environmental education, conservation and protection Information technology and computer sciences Social sciences and services
To organize relief work in the distressed area at the time of natural calamities
To take steps towards the social causes such as education, the abolition of child labour, rehabilitation of victims, and propagate and highlight the human right violations.
To take steps towards the upliftment of Games and sports.
To assist and work together with organizations having similar objectives.
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we educate the people about the sources of non-conventional energy, their proper utilization and future prospects through workshops and seminars.
(1) BUTAI in association with CAPF conducted one day programme on Environment Awareness through Drawing, Painting and Modeling for children in the age group of 8-14 years at Jindal International School, Rohini, Delhi-110042 on 23.01.2008 under the supervision and guidance of Mrs. Jagjit, senior most Scientist, National Museum of Natural History (NMNH), Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India. She was assisted by Shri Madan, Tandon and Ramesh Lal, Artists. The programmes aimed to create and promote nature and environment awareness and to sensitize the children about the role it is expected of them to play in the conservation of nature and environment through explorative activities such as Drawing, Painting and Modeling. About 100 children were benefited from this programme.
(2) An Environment Awareness Excursion into Yamuna Biodiversity Park in Waziabad, Delhi-110084 was conducted on 29.01.2008 for the underprivileged children in the age group of 8-14 years from Jindal International School, Bawana Road, Sector-28, Rohini, Delhi-110085. The number of participating children was 65. There were 8 teachers including Director of the school.
(3) Seminar-cum-Workshop on solid waste management one day workshop on Solid Waste Management was organized by BUTAI in association with CAPF on Sunday, January 11. 2009 at Jindal International School, Sector 28, Rohini, Delhi-110042. The main objectives of the workshop were to (i) To create awareness on the environmental, economic and social impacts of solid waste management and (ii) To focus attention on issues relating to segregation of waste at source, recycling/reusing of non-biogradable waste. The target audiences were school children, young learners, teachers, youths, housewives, NGOs, resident welfare associations and slum dwellers. It was attended by about 200 participants.
(4) BUTAI has organized Lectures and Painting Competitions in the Schools and this is an ongoing programme to make the students aware about their environments.
The first one was organized at Jeewan Jyoti Public School, SBS Colony, Karawal Nagar, Delhi – 94 on Saturday, October 10, 2009. This was attended by 50 students of classes V-VIII on the topic ‘Deforestation – causes and remedy.’
The second one was organized at Shanti Ideal Secondary Public School, Jai Vihar, New Delhi – 43 on Saturday, February 21, 2009. This was attended by 47 students of classes VIII and IX on the topic ‘Causes for loss of biodiversity.’
(5) Workshop on energy conservation: A one day workshop on energy conservation was organized by BUTAI in association with CAPF on Sunday, February 21, 2010 at St Giri Senior Secondary School, Pocket 25 & 27, Sector-3, Rohini Delhi. The target audiences were school children, young learners, teachers, youths, housewives, NGOs, resident welfare associations and slum dwellers. It was attended by about 60 participants
BUTAI has organized three RTI seminar-cum-workshops for generating awareness about RTI among government, semi-government and common people.
(1) An Awareness workshop on RTI Act, 2005, was conducted at India International Center, New Delhi on 18.3.2007. The objective of the workshop was to generate awareness on the RTI Act, 2005 so that over a period of time it can become a mass movement to reduce corruption and bring transparency, accountability and responsibility in the functioning of the Public Authorities. It was attended by 62 participants. All the stakeholders, namely, officers of the Government of India, Central Information Commission, Public and Private Sectors and Civil Society participated in the workshop.
(2) BUTAI in collaboration with CAPF, Department of Laboratory Medicine, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and ABHAS had organized a Seminar-cum-Workshop (herein after referred to as Seminar) on the Right to Information, Act, 2005 to promoting awareness in AIIMS, New Delhi on the 27th May, 2007. The participants were doctors, scientists, specialists, administrators, technicians, nurses, and employees of the AIIMS. It was attended by 60 delegates.
(3) BUTAI in collaboration with CAPF organized an awareness Workshop on RTI Act on the 18th October, 2008 at Ordinance Factory, Ministry of Defense, Murad Nagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh-201206
BUTAI has initiated several steps towards the upliftment of people from various walks of life.
(1) BUTAI has prepared case study reports on “Right to education: Anganwadis” of the village Chandauli,Dist. Sitamarhi, Bihar and Socio-Economic Status of Migrant Workers of Bihar in Uttam Nagar area, Delhi
(2) BUTAI is also working for the HIV AIDS infected people. Till date, the organization has contacted 10 peoples and obtained their views on the behavior of society towards them.
(3)BUTAI has surveyed the Socio-Economic Status of Migrant workers of Bihar in Uttam Nagar, Delhi-59
Dr. Ram Singh PhD (Chemistry)
Mr. Mohan Singh
MA (Mass Comm)
Dr. Vikram Singh
PhD (Chemistry) .
Er. Alok Kumar
Dr. Rakesh Kumar
Dr. R Venkatramanan