On 16th February 2019 Swabhiman Balika Program was organized by Bharatiya Kisan Sangh & ATSEC India at Dr. Ram Dayal Munda Tribal Research Institute, Ranchi. The agenda behind program was to launch the campaign for strengthening of the women empowerment schemes in Jharkhand. The Swabhiman Batiya campaign was launched on the day. The objective behind the campaign is to promote the “Mukhya Matri Sukanya Yojna” and aware the people about the issues like Child trafficking, Child Labour, Child marriage, Child abuse etc. In this campaign a bus equipped with pamphlets and posters of mentioned issues will running in the districts of Ranchi, Lohardaga, Khunti, Chaibasa, Gumla and Simdega to spread awareness among the community. Another important part of the program was distribution of 1000 copies of exam warrior books written by the Honourable Prime Minister of India- Shri Narendra Modi. The books were distributed to girl students of class 8-9 og Govt. schools like KGBV in field area of BKS. As we know India has the highest rates of suicide in the world amongst students simply due to the unbearable pressure of exam. So, the object behind the book distribution is to cut off the pressure of exam and motivate the student to continue their studies in playful method.
One of the program highlight was also introducing the new idea of BKS i.e. BKS Info Lady. 50 girls of Jharkhand who were either survival of human trafficking or child marriage rescued were provided with bicycles and apron of BKS Info Lady, so that, they can not only be connected with their studies along with also spread awareness about the government schemes among their nearby villages. Renowned persons like Shri. Priyank Kanoongo, Chairman, NCPCR; Padmashree Ashok Bhagat, Social Activist cum Secretary-Vikas Bharti; Shri. D.K. Saxena, Director, JSCPS; Shri. Ravindra Kr. Gupta, Member, JSCPCR, Shri. Avijit Ghosh, Ex CMD of HEC, Shri. Manabendra Nath Mandal, Chairperson, ATSEC South Asia, was present in the stage with the State Coordinator-ATSEC Jharkhand cum Secretary, BKS- Shri. Sanjay Kr. Mishra. The program was dedicated to the girls so 150 girl students were present in the hall on that day. The girls were come from different schools to participate in the program.