Last Update : 18 Feb 2021

About Organization

The first unanimously elected executive of the Society comprises the following members:


S.No. Name Committee Residence Post
1 Sukhveer Singh Batar Social worker Sikar President
2 Mamraj Singh Service Sikar Secretary
3 Suraj Mal Contractor Sikar Treasurer
4 Bhagwan Singh Service Sikar Member
5 Hema Ram Godara Service Sikar Member
6 Birbal Singh Farmer Sikar Member
7 Kishna Ram Farmer Sikar Member
 Mr. Sukh Veer Singh - The Founding President  Mr. Sukh Veer Singh Batar
The Founding President
Gramin Mahila Shikshan Sansthan
The late Mr. Sukh Veer Singh Batar, a retired Rajastan, Administrative Services, (R.A.S) officer, a visionary and a renowned social scientist along with 50 other enthusiastic workers took the initiative, did the spade work and filed the papers for registration of GMSS as a society. The society came into existence on February 24, 1986 under the leadership of late Mr. Batar. Although his tenure from February 1986 to September 1989 was short-lived due to his sudden passing, Mr. Batar left an everlasting imprint with the values he espoused and practiced. We pay rich tribute to our founding president.


 Mr. Chain Singh Arya - The Incumbent CEO   Mr. Chain Singh Arya
The Incumbent CEO
Gramin Mahila Shikshan Sansthan
Mr. Chain Singh Arya, an educationist, a progressive farmer and a social scientist, assumed the reins of GMSS in 1990. Mr. Arya’s continued deep commitment has drawn funding not only from the state of Rajastan, but across India and throughout the world. His vision, rural background, dedication, vast experience, integrity and inspiring leadership have taken the organization to its present dimensions.


A Public Institution with Democratic Governance
GMSS is a non-government, non-political, non-profit and non-religious organization exclusively dedicated to the cause of educating rural women in the region. Public participation is the backbone of the Society. It works on the golden principle ‘of the people, by the people and for the people.’ This has made the Society a ‘unique’ organization in the region.

Life members, patrons and donors constitute the Society. All powers are vested in the hands of the members, the General Body. The general body elects a 21 member Working Committee each year to look after the activities of the Society. The president of the Working Committee is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Society.


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The General Body and Board of Governors commonly referred to as the Working Committee are the two statutory organs of the Society.


The President & CEO forms the following subcommittees from amongst the members of his Working Committee every year :

  • Internal Audit committee
  • Budget committee
  • Construction committee
  • Finance committee
  • Academic committee &
  • Environment Improvement committee

Each subcommittee works under the guidance and close supervision of the CEO and assists him in arriving at sound decisions.


A Growing NGO
GMSS has experienced phenomenal growth in the last two decades. Today it is a full-fledged educational organization An is running two hostels, one senior secondary school in Arts, Science & commerce, GGA upto 9th sd. and one post graduate college with Arts, Science & commerce streams.

The number of boarders has increased from 20 in 1992 to 700 in July 2015. Similarly the number of girls in all the educational institutions has gone up from 115 in 1999 to 2200 in July 2015.  About 50 per cent of GMSS girls reside in its hostels.

No. of girls is expected to inerease in the years to come.

The Samiti is guided by its constitution (Niyamavali) in all matters. General body can amend the constitution.

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Legal Status
GMSS is:

  1. An educational society under the Rajasthan Societies Registration Act, 1958.
  2. A registered charitable organization under section 12 A of the Income Tax Act, 1961. Donations made to GMSS are tax exempt under section 80 G.
  3. A registered unit under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA), 1976 of India. This regulation Act. GMSS to accept donations in foreign currencies.


The Working Committee (Board of Governors) is accountable to the General Body of GMSS. It has always adhered to the policies, programmes and agenda given by the General Body: no clash of interest has ever occurred.

The Committees constituted by the Chief Executive Officer are accountable to the Board of Governors.

Audit of accounts by a chartered accountant is mandatory for the GMSS. The Samiti is required to submit a copy of the audit report to the Registrar of societies, Sikar, every year.

Internal audit – Financial & Social – is also conducted by the Audit committee of the Samiti. The committee conducts these audits on a regular basis and brings all discrepancies to the notice of the CEO. This practice has provided a significant element of transparency shown.