Our Commitment

Preserving the greatest gift of Almighty, health
  • Year-round supply of free medicines to remote Indian villages
  • Free treatments & healthcare solutions for the needy rural community, in distant villages
  • Free treatments, even for complicated diseases that would be otherwise almost incurable in rural India
  • Dispensing free treatment to over 10,000 people, every month in the dispensaries of Murshidabad
  • To provide treatment for diabetes, gynecology, chest, eye, pediatrics and gastroenterology
  • Providing light to more than 100 souls with eye surgeries, every month
  • To provide the above mentioned service in a much more and constructive method. Pataka has taken a challenging task of building a 50 bedded free healthcare clinic in a remote hamlet called Aurangabad in Murshidabad
Spreading confidence with education
  • Scholarship program for more than 5000 students every month
  • Supporting more than 25 educational institutions
  • Pioneering women education in backward areas
  • Running a school called GD Academy in Kolkata for bright young children
  • The APT School for autistic and special-needs children to make them independent, run by internationally renowned faculty with more than 30years of experience.
  • A model residential coaching centre called GD Study Circle in Kolkata that helps students prepare for IIT/JEE/WBJEE/AIEE/AIPMT/AIMS/WBCS/IAS/IPS/IFS and other competitive exams
A helping hand from Pataka
  • Contributing to build more than a 150 roofs above the homeless & helpless heads, every year
  • Giving out free clothes, blankets and gifts to more than 60,000 people to brighten up their festival celebrations
  • Providing old-age pension to more than 500 poor and helpless old people every month
Touching the hearts: aids during national disasters
  • A monetary contribution at Gokarna (Murshidabad), a ‘Tornado-hit-Area’ for medical aid, building of houses, etc in the year 1993.
  • Monetary aid and stationing of Pataka workers at flood-affected districts of Murshidabad and Malda in 1998 and 2000.
  • Aid and relief efforts in the flood ravaged districts of Birbhum and North 24 Parganas in 2002
  • Monetary contributions to ‘Ailya’-affected Areas’ in S & N 24 Parganas in 2009
  • A grant of Rs.11 lakh handed over to Sri Atal Bihari Bajpai for the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund at the time of ‘Kargil War’