New Delhi, Oct 5 (UNI) The Delhi Government today sanctioned Rs 2 crore as grant-in-aid to various societies, organisations and NGOs.
The Executive Committee of the Delhi Kalyan Samiti, presided over by Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit, took the decision.
The New Delhi Tuberculosis Centre has been sanctioned Rs 25 lakh to make a model state TB Training and Demonstration Centre in the national capital.
While the Anglo-Sanskrit V J Secondary School has been sanctioned Rs 25 lakh for its contribution and heritage status, Rs 16.85 lakh would be released to All India Women's Conference to organise the International Seminar on Unity in Diversity-women set the agenda 2015 to be held from October 29 to November 3.
The Delhi Malayalee Association will be provided Rs 25 lakh for construction of a building of cultural centre. The Indian National Trust for Art and Culture Heritage(INTACH) has been sanctioned Rs 20 lakh for organising an International Conference of the National Trust.
While Rs 10 lakh has been sanctioned in favour of Inter Faith Harmony Foundation of India to cover incurred expenses for South Asian Inter Faith Harmony Conclave 2007, Mahavir International will be provided Rs 24 lakh for enhancement of medical facilities for strengthening its Mobile Unit for Eye Camps.
Sai Charitable Society has been sanctioned Rs 7.08 lakh, Janta Adarsh Andh Vidyalaya Rs 7.50 lakh, Mediworld Educational Society Rs 9 lakh, Ravi Shankar Institute for Music and Performing Art Rs 7 lakh and Pradeep Social Welfare Group of India Rs 3.5 lakh to accelerate their welfare activities.