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Prison reform cannot be seen in isolation, it's a social reform in true sense. It is our moral responsibility to save an ordinary prisoner from becoming a habitual criminal. At the same time reformation of habitual offenders is required in order to save the society, to save the next victim. It has been observed that by associating the inmates in various activities has given very positive results which is ultimately beneficial as whole. Our endeavour is to educate and empower the inmates in life skill activities so that they are able to educate and train others in the society and thus can share greater responsibilities to bring total reformation in the society.

For example, the inmates trained in Yoga are taking classes in the society after release. The inmates trained in the vocational skills are being motivated to create avenues for themselves and others through self-help groups.


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