Central Society for the Education of the Deaf CSED

making a difference in the lives of deaf children

The Central Society for the Education of the Deaf (CSED) is a well-established institution that educates children with profound hearing disability. We provide model teaching and training facilities in English and Marathi at both our centres, the Central School for the Deaf (CSD) and at Maitri Centre for Hearing Impaired Infants. CSED was started in 1966 by Rhoda and Adal Parakh in their living room, with just 10 students and three teachers, working on the principle of oral language and conversation to teach children with speech and hearing disability … (What we do).

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Address:  The Central Society for the Education of the deaf,3rd Floor, Municipal School Building, Opposite YMCA Swimming Pool, Farook S. Umarbhoy Path, Agripada, Mumbai 400 011. INDIA;
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About /Purpose: To see deaf children overcome their hearing impairment as early as possible by using oral communication and language to participate equally in a hearing world. No child should be abandoned or ignored for lack of hearing. Instead, deaf children should have adequate opportunity to grow into bright and confident youngsters. 

Legal entity: CSED is registered:

  • As a Public Charitable Trust under The Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950 bearing Regn. No. F 1438 dated 6th October 1966.
  • Under The Societies Registration Act, 1860 bearing registration no. BOM 96/66 GBBSD dated 13th September 1966. • Under The Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 bearing FCRA Regn. No. 083780637 dated 3rd December 1998.
  • Under Section 12A (a) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 bearing no. INS/4183 dated 4th February 1976. The Society is also a certified “Donee Institution” under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act, 1961 valid up to 31/03/2007 vide DIT (E) Order no. DIT(E/MC/80- /1538/2003/2003-04 dated 04/03/2004.

Acknowledgements:

  • A big “Thank you” to all our Donors and Staff CSED continued to receive vitally needed corpus funds and other donations. We have to express our heartfelt gratitude to all our donors, big and small, for their generous donations, and we have to thank them for the faith and confidence reposed in us and their strong conviction and belief in the Society’s efforts to make a difference in the lives of our deaf children. None of the progress during the year would have been possible but for the commitment, dedication and efforts of our teachers, volunteers and support staff. They truly are the backbone of the Society and we owe them a debt of gratitude for their unstinting support, more often than not beyond the call of their duties.
  • Notes and other information required as per Credibility Alliance’s Compliance norms: Accounts: CSED’s accounts are maintained on the mercantile basis of accounting. Copies of the complete audited accounts are available on request.

Auditors:

  • SHARP & TANNAN, Chartered Accounts, Ravindra Annexe, 194, Churchgate Reclamation, Dinshaw Vacha Road, Mumbai 400 020.
  • Bankers: Standard Chartered Bank, 87, Bhulabhai Desai Road, Mumbai 400 036.
  • UTI Bank, Monolith, 7, Napean Sea Road, Mumbai 400 036.
  • Foreign Travel: No expenditure or cost was incurred on foreign visits during the year. Governing Body: The Society’s activities are under the general superintendence and control of its Executive Committee (EC) comprising the Trustee and Hon. Chairperson, Trustee & Hon. Treasurer, Hon. Secretary and 8 other members.
  • None of the aforesaid office bearers or members draws any salary, remuneration or personal allowances.
  • The Chairperson is related to the Treasurer and a member of the EC. Six of the EC members are interrelated.
  • Since March 2005, the EC held 3 meetings during the year, the minutes of which are duly documented and read out at the subsequent meeting.

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