The partition of 1947 resulted in 15106.7 Kilometers of new International Borders. On 31st March 1985, in the city of Jodhpur, Rajasthan Seemanta Chetana Mancha was established on the day of Ram Navami, foreseeing the need to protect the borders of the motherland by the people with the tools of education, empowerment, unity and awareness spread among the communities residing in these border areas. Based on these ideals, a similar organisation named Seemanta Chetana Mancha: Purvottar was established on the day of Ram Navami paralleled on the 13th April 2008 in Assam. Since then ‘Seemanta Chetana Mancha: Purvottar’ is in service at the border areas of North-East India. The organization is committed to nation building process primarily with the people from the International Border Areas of the whole of North Eastern Region. Our platform maintains that the International Border Areas of our country are to be safe and secured for the highest order of peace, amity and development among the citizens.


  • To work towards attainment of the organisation’s ‘vision’ by promoting patriotism & nationalism among the people of our country in general and the international border areas in particular through organising various plans, programmes, meetings, seminars, symposiums, exhibitions, activities, sports, village-meetings, charities, services, etc. with “Vyakti Nirman to Rashtra Nirman” and work in an integrated way with the security agencies, Government administrations and the society for border security, national security, self reliance, all round development and unity among the people of our great motherland Bharat.
  • To organise, perform or celebrate five fixed public programmes every year : Foundation Day, Raksha Bandhan (World Brotherhood Day), Shakti Pujan on Vijaya Dashami, Birth Anniversary of a locally celebrated ‘Mahapurush’ and ‘Bharat Maata Pujan’ on 26th January.
  • To organise and perform certain activities on regular basis, such as
    a) Sports and physical-health discussion events atleast for one hour every week for the positive development of committed youths and build a conducive social environment through maintenance and increment of physical, mental and healthy activities.
    b) Weekly village level meeting of the elderly to create awareness and strengthen the spirit of the organisation at the grass roots and enhance the organisational vision through deliberation on various Mythological or socially relevant topics with the vision to promote greater social unity and development.
    c) Sports, village meetings and atleast three public programmes out of fixed five as aforesaid in a centre place of few (4 to 5) villages having economical, educational and cultural presence as “Shakti Kendra” duly appointing one Co-ordinator and Co-coordinator by the Sector Committee for appropriate co-ordination and unity among such villages.
  • To establish, organise, perform, conduct or run the following service activities on regular basis or as per the requirement of each area
    a) School, free coaching or educational training.
    b) Health check up or medical health camp.
    c) Activities focused for developing self reliance by providing trainings on various domains such as handicraft, tailoring, skill development, pre-recruitment coaching camp, etc.
    d) To establish ‘Sanskaar Kendra’ (Cultural Centre) for children and to conduct regular discussions in such Centres.
  • To organise, conduct or perform intellectual meets, discussion forums, seminar, symposium, exhibition, oration, talk, etc. based on the aforesaid major subjects so as to create nation-wide public consensus for the larger interest of the people.


  • To promote patriotism among the people of our country in general and those living in the international border areas in particular; to organise & integrate the society at the borders with the mainland to stand together as wakeful sentinels to our Motherland Bharat.
  • To contribute towards social, cultural, educational,intellectual, socio-economic development and physical, mental and spiritual well-being of the people living in the international border areas and to eradicate social differences by encouraging development of the villages through promotion of unity, amity and brotherhood.
  • To strive for eradication of ill customary practices, untouchability, superstitious beliefs and any other social evils present in the society through spreading awareness by means of meetings, exhibitions, seminars, symposiums, trainings, etc. from time to time.
  • To facilitate and establish educational facilities such as schools, hostels,etc for students of underprivileged and weaker sections of the society and also to set up libraries and facilities for circulation and communication of national and international news-media for the benefit of the society at large.
  • To create and spread awareness about all the programmes, facilities, grants, schemes, etc., declared by the State and the Central Governments for the benefit of the people living in the international border areas.
  • To provide training for skill enhancement and development to augment livelihood generation mechanisms to economically empower and establish self-reliance among the people living in the international border areas.
  • To plead and demand before the Government for construction of barbed wired or any other high-tech wall on the ‘0’ line along the international borders for the safety and security of the border areas and our nation.
  • To bridge the gaps in between the army, defence, military, para-military or other security agencies & the Government administration and the citizens for efficient border management and robust national security; as greater results can be achieved through a combined effort and sharing responsibility among Armed Forces-Government-Public.
  • To help the Government administration at the time of crisis of whatsoever manner in the border areas for the interest and welfare of the masses and to strive for ensuring border security, national security, unity, integrity and all-round development so as to transform our motherland Bharat to a “Vishwa Guru” as it was in the ancient times.