Growth Trajectory:-

Kalyani Life Institute first took shape as a charitable organization, fulfilling categorical needs to individuals with physical and mental disabilities. It was founded with concepts and agony of some parents of five autistic, Mentally Retarded and Cerebral Palsy children. Impact generation:- The impact of negative attitudes is also evident at policy level, in legislation, and in school practice. Education officials, teachers and NGOs need to develop a sound understanding of disability as a social challenge – it is about lack of opportunities for disabled children to develop their full potential and participate in society – rather than seeing disabled children as children who ‘lack’ some skills or abilities. Only when this concept is grasped will individuals and organisations involved in education recognize their responsibility for helping to break the cycle of negative attitudes and segregation. 

Kalyani life institute has started functioning since early part of 2010 with five special children and their parents. One parent has donated a piece of land and we built a temporary structure over it. In the year of 2014 we have got accommodation in a Government school premises. And our beneficiaries count multiplied to triple. We have been registered to the National Trust in the year of 2016. We have started school in our own rented premises in 2016. We have started Disha for early intervention and Vikaas for Day care school. Our children count touched 50. We have started Niramaya, a reimbursement scheme under Oriental Insurance. Baby count reaches to 90. We have started Sahayogi scheme for mother's awareness. 50 more parents came and trained. We have organised a computer center for differently abled babies. We have already got a piece of land from Municipality and we are developing it for a Vocational Training Center.

Central Government Projects undertaken within last 3 years

  • Disha - This is an early intervention and school readiness scheme for children upto 10 years with the disabilities, ie Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Mental Retardation.
  • Vikaas - A day care scheme for persons with autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation and multiple disabilities, above 10 years for enhancing interpersonal and vocational skills.
  • Sahayogi - A scheme to set up Caregiver Cells (CGCs) for training and creating skilled workforce of caregivers to care for Person with Disabilities (PwD) and their families.
  • Badte Kadam - To carry out activities for increasing the awareness of Autism, Cerebral Palsy and Mental Retardation.
  • Niramaya - This scheme is to provide affordable Health Insurance.

Projects funded by CSR (last 3 years)

Funded by DHL (BLUE DART). Computer Center-We have started our computer center with 42 computers and 69 babies diagnosed with Autism,Cerebral Palsy and Mental Retardation.

Geographical Area of work

  • Haringhata, Gede, Majdia, Duttapulia, Ranaghat, Chakdaha, Jagulia, Haringhata, Kalyani of Nadia,
  • Bansberia, Chinsurah, Mogra, Bandel of Hooghly,
  • Kanchrapara, Halisahar, Naihati of 24 Parganas.


We champion the rights and interests of all people with Autism, Asperger’s, Dyslexia, etc. and aim to provide these individuals and their families with help, support and services that they can access, trust and rely upon, which can make positive difference in their lives. Our mission is Inclusion, Mainstreaming and Segregation for betterment.


Kalyani Life Institute’s mission is to empower people with disabilities through its rehabilitation and development center. Every child has the right to education with an acceptable level of learning.



We utilize our fund 90% on the project, 10% on the overhead expenses. Every transaction above Rs 2000 has been operated through NEFT/RTGS. Project details have been monitored by GOOGLE EMAIL, GOOGLE DOC, GOOGLE SHEET, GOOGLE SLIDE, GOOGLE DRIVE, GOOGLE KEEP, CAMSCANNER, TEAMVIEWER, WHATSAPP, Tally, Ezviz for CCTV


Dr Arun Kumar Pal, Siddhartha Sankar Mukhopadhyay, Ananda Biswas are in KLI core. Dr Arun Kumar Pal, Siddhartha Sankar Mukhopadhyay, Ananda Biswas, Gitasri Sarkar, Uma Shankar Prasad, Pinki Sarkar are in KLI admin

Sources of Funding

  • From National Trust under Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
  • From Local donation under 80G of the IT Act.
  • From Donation paid by the beneficiaries and
  • From Membership fee from the members


We have a Progress Monitoring System. On Beneficiary targeted there is a Goal area on Personal, Social , Academic , Occupational, Recreational under FACP (Functional Assessment Checklist For Prog). Each beneficiary has been fixed with 25 goals, five from each area like Wearing inner, Combing Hair, Using bindi, Identify ladies and gents. In each financial quarter beneficiaries have been assessed on camera in presence of Special Educator, Occupational Therapist, Speech Therapist, Behaviour Specialist and obviously parents. If goal achieved by 80% that goal has been replaced by new one.

Successes Stories

  • We have enrolled in normal school five students under Disha project.
  • Two beneficiaries have been admitted into Work Center.
  • 25 parents and other have been successfully completed Care Giver Course.
  • Seven of our beneficiaries have been awarded with medals in Special Olympic West Bengal.
  • The youngest artist Subhranil Das has been portrait on Mojarto by NDTV.



Siddhartha Sankar Mukhopadhyay



Gitasri Sarkar

Vice President


Dalia Dey



Uma Shankar Prasad



Ananda Biswas



Siddhartha Sankar Mukhopadhyay



Dr Arun Pal



Soma Majumder Laha



Ujjal Dutta



Sambhunath Roy



  • Registration Certificate
  • 12A Certificate
  • 80G Certificate
  • FCRA Certificate