DEED OF DECLARATION OF TRUST
THIS DEED OF TRUST made at New Delhi on this ___ day of _________ by
Mr/Mrs. _______________________________ (hereinafter called the ‘Settlor’ which
expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant to the context, be deemed to include
their executors, administrators and representatives) of the one part;
Mr/Mrs. _____________________ (hereinafter individually referred to as „Trustee‟ and
jointly referred to as “Trustees” which expression shall, unless excluded by or repugnant
to the context, be deemed to include the trustee or Trustees for the time being and their
successors in office) of the other part;
NOW THIS DEED OF TRUST WITNESSETH & IT IS HEREBY AGREED AND
DECLARED BY AND BETWEEN THE PARTIES HERETO AS FOLLOWS:
1.1 Wherever there is a reference to a male person, it shall be equally applicable to a
female and vice versa.
1.2 Words importing singular shall include plural words and vice versa.
2. Establishment of Trust
2.1 The Settlor with a view to set up the Trust does hereby irrevocably settle, transfer
and make over to the Trustees a contribution of ________ to the corpus of the
Trust as “Trust Fund” to have and to hold the same together with donations and
all additions or accretions thereto and the investments representing the same
upon Trust and subject to the powers, declarations, directions, agreements,
conditions and provisions herein declared, expressed and contained.
2.2 Being motivated as above, the settlor does hereby constitute a Trust for Public
Charitable Purposes under the name and style of ________or any other name as
the Trustees may choose from time to time (hereinafter referred to as the
“Trust”) for carrying out charitable activities and, for the purpose.
2.3 The Trust shall be for the benefit of all persons without any discrimination as to
religion, race, caste, colour or creed.
2.4 The Trustees hereby agree, accept, declare and confirm that they shall hold the
Trust Fund upon trust and for the purposes herein specified or declared by this
Deed and manage the same in accordance with this Deed and subject to the
powers, agreements and declarations herein contained.
3. Objects of the Trust:
(i) To create awareness among the society by arranging workshops, seminar,
conference and other programme related to Cultures.
(ii) To motivate the community by conducting various volunteer work in
local areas of that community and involving the interested local people
for their contribution.
(iii) To safeguard the Culture – Tangible as well as Intangible for future
generation by -
a) Creating, register or database of tangible culture i.e., Heritage
building and sites, cultural objects, & literature etc, and of Intangible
Heritage. These register will compiled for the purpose of identifying
and safeguarding the culture (tangible & intangible).
b) Involving the protecting the practising community – help those
communities which has created or practised an intangible culture,
create structure for community representation and provide financial
help to safeguard tangible and intangible culture.
c) Protecting material traces and places associated with culture –
whether 'urban', 'rural', or 'wilderness' – to explore the inter-
relationship between human activity and the natural environment.
d) Making intangible forms tangible – making of multi-media
documentation including video, audio, photographs, maps, notes and
sketches to record and store a performance or ritual, a memory,
knowledge system or a mode of doing something.
e) Recreating and renewing intangible culture – organize various
programme to reward people who embody key skills and techniques
so that they will (i) continue with their own work (ii) where
desirable, develop and expand the frontiers of that work (iii) train
younger people to take their place in due course and (iv) encourage
younger people to devote their lives to learning these skills and
techniques by holding out to them the possibility of fame, perhaps
f) To provoke the government to sponsor or encourage cultural
programs on radio and television to help people engage with a
diversity of culture forms.
(iv) Collaboration with various other institutions like Museum, tourism and
other similar organizations for the promotion of culture.
(v) To provide facilities for conserving and protecting of all kinds of culture
property such as – Heritage building, Cultural property and Museum
(i) Create awareness on the importance of safeguarding our environment
through workshops, seminars and field-studies.
(ii) Promote and encourage research in environment, conservation and
(iii) Implement field projects to improve, enrich and enhance environmental
quality and protect existing/fast disappearing ecosystems.
(iv) Inform and influence individuals/institutions whose decisions affect the
environment and ecology and in turn, human existence on this planet.
(v) Produce multi lingual resource & information material such as films,
books, posters, publications etc., and telecast / distribute them to reach
out to a larger audience.
c) Rural Development:
(i) To support voluntary organisations in implementing projects for
sustainable development in rural areas.
(ii) To act as a national nodal point for development and promotion of
appropriate rural technologies.
(iii) To promote and support voluntary action and people's participation for
rural development, through capacity-building for voluntary organisations
and rural communities.
(iv) To act as a data bank and clearing house for information on the voluntary
sector, rural technologies and rural development.
(v) Facilitating community action for development.
(vi) Building awareness on critical development issues.
(vii) Building and strengthening village-level people and organisations.
(viii) Promoting the development and dissemination of appropriate rural
(ix) Strengthening the capacities of voluntary organisations in rural areas.
(x) Creating employment opportunities and economic self-reliance.
(xi) Creation of community assets and fulfilment of basic needs.
(xii) Conservation and regeneration of the environment and natural resources.
(xiii) Enabling women, persons with disabilities and other disadvantaged
groups to participate in development
d) Information technology:
(i) To setup vocational training institutes or colleges provide training in the
field of IT/ITES to students to make them capable of earning their own
money and become financially capable.
(ii) Award of loan scholarships.
(iii) Provide books, CDs.
(iv) To setup data processing or development centres for IT/ITES related
works. This will also provide on job training or placements to students
undergoing training in IT.
A) To promote the advancement of education in all its aspects particularly computer
literacy and InfoTech related education at any place or places in India and to do all
things necessary for the same.
1. Spread of computer literacy and Education to the less fortunate sections of society
with a view to stem the onset of “digital divide” and to promote economic growth rate
together with achieving a quantum jump in the overall development of the community
from the grass root level.
2. Create large-scale employment opportunity particularly in rural areas and amongst
under privileged urban community canters by fully exploiting the advantages of modern
3. Developing entrepreneurial spirit and abilities of the youth by providing them
resources and skills required to become successful self-employed individual and teams.
4. To tab the enormous but hidden and invisible potential of creativity a