Nagrik Chetna Manch:

      An institution that has a positive outlook, is ethical and does not support policies that obstruct growth and development.

Our Logo and It's Meaning:

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The logo is an abstract representation of the values of the Nagrik Chetna Manch. It projects the following keywords: Strength, Justice and Pressure, with reference to "active pressure" as one of the main tenets behind the Manch. It also describes the organization as a strong cohesive unit.

 

Origin:

      Nagrik Chetna Manch was launched on August 15, 1991. It is registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 vide certificate number Maharashtra/6199-91 dated 17 December 1991 and under the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1960 vide certificate number F-7352 (Pune) dated 24 February 1992.

       Nagrik Chetna Manch is a non-political organisation, open to all citizens and not affiliated to any political party. The Manch seeks issue-based support from the media and the public and networks with other like-minded NGOs to lend force to issues that the Manch takes up. The Manch largely comprises of senior company executives, professionals, social workers, retired defence officers and civil servants, etc who do not have any political affiliation.

      The founder President was Late Lt. Gen. Y. D. Sahasrabudhe, (Retd). Late Mr. M. G. Katre and Late Ms. Sarla Datar succeeded Lt. Gen. Sahasrabudhe (Retd). Each of them had three-year tenures. Maj. Gen. S. C. N. Jatar, (Retd) is now in his fifth term.