Bal Adhikaar Suraksha Samiti - established in the year 2009 to address about child rights and protection in Panipat, Haryana
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About Us

Bal Adhikaar Suraksha Samiti

Bal Adhikaar Suraksha Samiti (BASS) a registered society was established in 2018 as a community group of socially active people like youth, women, retired persons for social transformation. In 2019, BASS began working actively after registration on the issue of child labor and all other child rights issues in Panipat district.

BASS also has extended its activities to the other districts of Haryana as a community involvement group. Currently, BASS keeps in touch with the program in all these districts through the Child Rights Protection Forums (CRPF) group and offers guidance support to them. BASS is gradually shifting its strategy from being a implementing partner to becoming a training and resource center to other NGOs in the states as well as the government through online session regarding RTE implementation and the ‘Stop Child Labour Campaign’, POCSO awareness, child marriage prohibition, trafficking and others. 

BASS also helped in rehabilitation of child abuse survivor, stopped many child marriage cases, missing children reunion, stopping child trafficking.

Our focus areas

An integrated approach to build a equitable and empowered society

Mission & Vision


Address the rights of the entire universe of children - both in school and out of school in the age group of 5-14 years


To shift the strategy from being a implementing partner to becoming a training and resource center to other NGOs

Our Programs


BASS approach is based on a empowered community group that assure no child works and that all children in the 5-14 years age group must be in school. It follows an ‘area-based approach’ as against a target based approach.

It seeks to address the rights of the entire universe of children- both in school and out of school- in the 5-14 years age group in its area of operation. BASS has been actively involved in elimination of child labor through education and has so far mainstreamed over 1500 children from work and into full time formal education till they complete class 10.


Understanding the importance of government schools in every aspect of learning, BASS has also brought over 15 government school, 200 teachers and SMC members together under the banner of Forum for Child Rights. Active involvement in SMC made great changes in government schools in many aspects-enrollment, education quality, beautification of school, less dropout of girl students etc.,

Similarly, some of its strategies notably the bridge course tuition classes which are instruments of change which help in mainstreaming older children, who have been out of the school system for longer periods of time, have been acknowledged and accepted by the Government of India. Awareness Campaign with all child welfare departments are encouraged.


1. Organizing awareness camp on child rights in schools in association with Childline, CWC.

2. Identification of dropout and child labor involved children through survey, after which they are connected with the mainstream of school education.

3. Organizing awareness camps for information related to labor law, government schemes, women's helpline, district legal service authority facilities in factories and work places.

4. Child rights defender certificate  course with the help of independent thought organization to make adolescent girls aware of the rights.

5. To empower the members of Child Rights Protection Committee (CRPC) to know about Child Rights Law Independent Thought (CRLIT) organization to complete certificate course on child rights laws.

Our Activities

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Training in working practices

Under the HPPI AACL project, BASS members received training through their experts on all rules acts related to child rights in which the experts of MV Foundation, Hyderabad also contributed significantly.

BASS members received training in working practices through various projects AACL, Sambhawna, Kadam related to education and child rights of HPPI. HPPI has been instrumental in empowering BASS.

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World Day against Child Labor

The World Day Against Child Labour is an International Labour Organization first launched in 2002 aiming to raise awareness and activism to prevent child labour. We at BASS celebrated this day by commencing a march in the major areas of Panipat to create awareness about the same.

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Plantation drive

On account of World Environment Day, we at BASS organised a plantation drive in which children were given information about the importance of environment and plantation.

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Awareness workshop

Our Impact

It is the small change that makes the biggest impact.


Board Members

Ravinder Kumar

Chief Program coordinator

Vinod Solanki


Advisory Panel

Satpal Chahal


Team Members

BASS (All CRPF 105 ward wise members)

Sudha jha (Advocacy & Development, Office admin Work )

Sahina (Program & data Executive)


What Others have to say


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Get in touch

Mailing Address

No. 1819, Sector 1317, Panipat, Haryana - 132103

Email Address

Phone Number

79889 24959, 97297 01299 , 81188 60062 , 8800549468

No. 1819, Sector 13 17, Panipat