DCT Trustees

Agarwal Amrit
Thapar Jyoti
Ansal Kusum
Mody Rekha
Poddar Neeru
Agarwal Prabha
Talukdar Nina

DCT Conveners

Karam Bhoomi, Delhi Conveners – Vandana Menon, Amita Kataria, Meera Goyal, Rekha Gupta
Rajarhat Siksha Kendra Convener – Debosree Kar
Divya Chaya Prathamik, Kusum Sarovar – Kiran Shama - Convener, Mukta Jain - Co-Convenor, Rita Narula - Mentor
CKC Old Age Home Convener – Urmila Lohia, Veena Thapar
CKC Children’s Activity Convener – Amrit Agarwal

Our Inspiration - Late Smt Kamal Chugh

Ms. Kamal Chugh was a firm believer that women have an important role to play not only for the good upbringing of her children and family but also the welfare of the society and the country at large. After completing M.A., B.Ed. She started her career in 1963 as a lecturer in Ferozpur in the state of Punjab. Even as an educationist she has been taking keen interest in social work. Through her vision, leadership & empathy towards the needy for the last 50 years, she had been instrumental to bring together like minded women to lend helping hand to start Welfare Organizations like ITC Bhadrachalam Mahila Samiti, ITC Ladies and Social Welfare Society in Kolkata.

Divya Chaya Trust - Ms. Chugh was the Managing Trustee. This Trust was established in 1984 with the prime objective of educating, supporting and rehabilitating underprivileged children and women. Over the past three decades, this effort has touched the lives of several thousand children and women. It has grown into a strong movement. Ms. Chugh was involved with activities varying from sponsorships of children and Higher Education in Institution For The Blind, Amar Colony and S. D. Jain Mahila Ashram in Delhi. The students have been sponsored by SAC, UK & USA overseen by DCT. She had been instrumental in starting Literacy Project for women in 2012 with the sponsorship of AIWC, to empower them in skill training and make the women economically independent. One of the important projects is the Preventive Health Care which was started for the benefit of the beneficiaries. The community in the vicinity, the members and friends were very happy and grateful to Ms. Chugh for advising the home remedies for prevention and care of simple health problems.

Awards and Honors
Her Selfless Service, Sincerity and dedication and strong sense of commitment with team-work in the field of Family welfare - Child & Women Development, Health & Hygiene, National Integration, and Pride in Art & Cultural heritage has been recognized with numerous Awards and Honors.
“Telugu Thalli” Award was presented by “World Telugu convention” in long Island, New York U.S.A. in 1993, for her outstanding achievements for empowerment of women and education in Andhra Pradash.
“Life Time Achievement Award” in recognition of her very long term contribution to help the underprivileged children & women, was conferred by Divya Chaya Trust on the occasion of its Silver jubilee celebration in 2010 in Delhi.
Mother Teresa’s personal soft touch and Letter of appreciation: According to Ms. Chugh the Best Honor bestowed on her is a letter of Appreciation and Blessings she received from the Noble Laureate Late Mother Teresa on 28 th April 1992 in Kolkata, for helping.

Statewise Projects

State-1 West Bengal

Divya Chaya Siksha Kendra
Digital Learning
Spoken English classes

State-2 New Delhi

Care Centre Karambhoomi at Shahpur Jat.

State-3 Haryana

A community centre for elderly persons and children named Chiranjiv Karambhoomi DCT, Palamvihar.

State-4 Uttar Pradesh

School and Community Development Centre named Kusum Sarovar Prathamik Vidyalaya at Govardhan.