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BRIEF HISTORY OF MAXVISION
SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY


Maxvision Social Welfare Society is a society registered under the society Registration Act 1973 (Sr.No. 44) on 24th, February 2004. The main activities of Maxvision Social Welfare Society are the following


  • Education support for the underprivileged children
  • Vocational Training Programs for the youth
  • Women Empowerment Programs
  • Health Camps for Children, Parents and the Elderly population
  • Awareness Programs on Health, Environment, Hygiene and pollution
  • Legal Aid to poor
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Our Vision

A society where equality, justice and peace are achieved and sustained by bringing sustainable change in the lives of underprivileged children, youth, Men & women and elderly without any discrimination. Dedication towards Environment and awareness for wellbeing.

Our Mission

To educate and empower the underprivileged, marginalized and vulnerable sections of society towards sustainable /Holistic development by upbringing the physical, mental and cultural status of various sections of the society , healthcare and to aware all about importance of Environment.

Since its beginning Maxvision Social Welfare Society has worked for many projects like the following

  • National Child Labor Project under Ministry of Labor and Employment - 6 Centers
  • Performing Art program under RMSA and Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan
  • SHGS formation under DRDA
  • Mission Education Program – 2 Centers with Smile Foundation
  • STEP Program – 2 Centres with Smile Foundation
  • Maxvision Training Institute with Hyatt International 1 Centre
  • Vocational Training Program with Municipal Corporation Gurgaon
  • Vocational Training program with Tech Mahindra Foundation

Maxvision is also become the Member of District Disaster Management Committee, Member of District Legal Service Authority, Member of Bharat Sakshar Mission, and partner of Maruti Suzuki Foundation for single parent Girl child education at Govt. Schools in Distt. Gurgaon, Food for Hungry, received indirect support of S&P Global, FMC, Clipfford Chance Services Pvt. Ltd., KFC, Pepsico, Black Rock, Mitsubishi, Erricson Global, Rashtriya Sewa Bharti, Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon, done various survey for Deputy Commissioner Gurugaon, Municipal Commissioner Gurgaon like Economic Census, Street Vendor survey, Sanitation survey, National Population Register (NPR) survey, Caste Survey etc.

Vocational Training


Maxvision Vocational Training Centers – Msws Runs 3 Vocational Training centers in Gurugram for the underprivileged youth above the age group of 18 years. The following are the features of the program


  • Skill enhancement in tandem with market requirements.
  • Bridging the gap between demand and supply of skilled manpower
  • Courses -English Proficiency, Basic Computer Education and Soft Skills and Personality Development , Retail Management, Tally & GST, BFSI
  • Enhancing employment of 450 youth every year in the fast expanding retail, hospitality and BPO sectors, Banking, Finance and Insurance sector
  • 85% passed out students are placed to various companies and institutions
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