Reg No.:3775/2012

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Who we are
Master Jee Educational & Welfare Trust is a registered charity committed to caring for the poor and neglected of Jamshedpur in Jharkhand, India. We believe that peoples like us have a responsibility not only to preach the good news about surroundings but also to show his love and compassion.
             The aim of this Mission is to reach out and offer support to those in spiritual, physical and economic need.

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Our Services :

We provide absolutely free:

  • Education
  • Educational Material
  • Computer Education
  • Admission in Technical or Professional Courses
  • Guidance to job placement
  • Self Employeed Training
  • FInancial Help to Weaker Section
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Our Welfare Partners

  • M/s Rusi Enterprises
  • Kaizen Consultancy
  • M/s Surendra Prasad Singh
Founder's Message

Mr. Rajesh Kumar
(Founder, MEWT)

We intend to spread awareness regarding such social, environmental and psychological issues that most of us face today. The approach is analytical and suggestive. Our job is to make people think and analyze. Analysis means interactive sessions where we raise issues and discuss them. Discussions do not mean an intellectual debate; we intend to identify limitations and a way out within those limitations; for example, in most situations, it is quite apparent that things will be okay if � (someone other than me) did/ did not do this/ that. We try to find out what WE can do about any issue facing us. We intend to extend help in achieving it through creating growth promoting environment, guidance and support.

Founder's Message

We intend to spread awareness regarding such social, environmental and psychological issues that most of us face today. The approach is analytical and suggestive. Our job is to make people Think and Analyze.

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"No man who worships education has got the best out of education.... Without a gentle contempt for education no man's education is complete." ~G.K. Chestertoncation is complete." ~G.K. Chesterton