NRI Institute Uplifts the Tribal Belt in Udaipur Through its Various Social Initiatives


Udaipur, December 30, 2020: Manu Jagmohan Singh, Secretary-General, NRI Institute, India’s fastest growing not-for-profit organisation for Non-Resident Indians, visited the tribal belt in Udaipur, Sirohi, during the Christmas Week and distributed clothes, blankets, food, slippers and more to the people living in these tribal areas. To carry forward the Swachh Bharat Mission, Mr Singh constructed toilets in Moras, Sirohi, which is also part of the Udaipur Tribal Belt. He believes in the PM’s ideology that, “Cleanliness drive is something that has touched every Indian.”

NRI Institute has been always supporting and helping the feeble sections of society. This year, the visit by this organisation was to understand the problems these tribals are engulfed in and find a solution to their problems.

Under Mr Singh’s leadership, NRI Institute has started a project in Sirohi, which aims to provide employment to the tribal belt and working on the school project to help the children learn and grow. This is what he says: “Caring and sharing is my dharma, so I give back what I receive.”

NRI Institute was founded in 1989. Its aim is to provide a platform for Indians living in India and abroad to connect and enhance their business, taking it to new heights. Representing the entire Non-Resident Indians globally, NRI Institute is dedicated to expanding its members’ professional network and business insights.