Policies

Child Protection Policy of JANVIKAS SOCIETY

Child Protection Policy of JANVIKAS SOCIETY hopes to ensure that all possible measures are taken to prevent any child being subject to abuse as a result of Janvikas activities. Furthermore the Juvenile Justice Act 1986 is the primary legal framework Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 in India. The act provides for a special approach towards the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency and provides a framework for the protection, treatment and rehabilitation of children in the purview of the juvenile justice system.
Janvikas activities positively encourage and contribute to a safe environment in which children can develop. This policy applies to all Janvikas personnel.

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Human Resource Policy of JANVIKAS SOCIETY

An organization builds the human resource policies in order to regularize the work, update the job descriptions, save the money with specific set of rules, recruit new personnel and retain experienced employees further. HR policies are vital requirement in an organization to build the employee structure and increase the productivity of the staff. The HR policies are passed on to the staff for communicating the basic values and practices of the organization. The policies are drafted keeping in mind the well being of the employees.
JANVIKAS SOCIETY is guided by the mandate of Jesus Christ to respond to human needs, irrespective of caste, creed, religion, race or sex for enabling the poor and marginalized for the realization of human potential to promote holistic and sustainable development.
The vision of a just society of human beings living with respect and dignity is possible, with best practices and policies applied in day to day functioning of an organization for the realization of equality, justice and peace; by the people who exercise the power of decision making and execution.

 

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