- Child policy
- Education policy
- Gender policy
- Finance policy
- Human Resource policy
- Equal Opportunity policy
- Housing policy
- Health policy
The Education Policy of the Guntur Diocese Social Service & Welfare Society (GDSS&WS) is primarily based on the “National Policy on Education” that was framed by the Government of India in the Year 1968. The GDSS&WS was convinced that the education policy was essential for the social and cultural development of children from the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Backward Class communities to whom they are committed. It would instil in them national integration and the ideal of a socialistic pattern of Society. This will involve a transformation of the system to relate it more closely to the life of the people, effort to expand educational opportunity, effort to raise the quality of education at all stages, emphasis on development of science and technology and cultivation of spiritual, moral and social values. The educational system must produce young man and women of character and ability committed to national service and development. Only then education will be able to play it vital role in promoting national progress, creating a sense of common citizenship and culture and strengthening national integration. Only then education will be able to play its vital role in promoting national progress.
To institutionalize this grass root orientation, the GDSS&WS works through its 85 parishes or local units covering more than 729 villages in the district, spread over the total 57 Mandals in the 4 revenue divisions. Each parish consists of a cluster of 7 to 8 villages, including their hamlets and Scheduled caste and Scheduled tribe locations. The parish priest is appointed president and resides in the area. He constitutes a local committee of community leaders, who are the elected representatives of the gram panchayats as well as the people affected, women, youth, professionals available in the area, teachers, bank officials, government servants. This committee also interacts with the on-going state sponsored development programs and agencies at the Mandal and Gram Panchayat levels.
All Human beings are created in the image and likeness of God. Hence Gender equality is the basic factor for all men and women.
Any social development sector, either DSSS or NGOs, for their healthy financial administrative system, five components are important: 1. Planning and Budgeting 2. Accounting and Record keeping 3. Internal control systems 4. Financial reporting 5. Legal compliance The Guntur Diocese Social Service & Welfare Society (GDSS&WS) follows the above five elements 1. in recording systematicall all financial transactions 2. In monitoring and controlling expenditures 3. in making sure that the programme funds are carefully controlled with no place for fraud 4. in making sure that there is enough money for the programme activities and staff salaries 5. in making the field staff understand the financial position 6. in satisfying statutory reporting requirements 7. in ensuring timely and accurate financial and management reporting to donors and grant-makers in establishing good accounting policies and procedures.
Human Resource Policies are the formal rules and guidelines that all the DSSS's put
in place to train, assess and reward the members of their work force. These
guidelines can go far toward eliminating any misunderstandings between employees
and employers about their rights and obligations. Sound human resource policy is a necessity in the growth of any DSSS. It is an important guide for all those who wish
to render committed service.
This policy sets out The Guntur Diocese Social Service and Welfare Society’s approach to promoting “Equality of Opportunity” with the primary aim of providing equality for all and preventing any form of discrimination in its workplace.
Housing is an important basic human need and an integral part of economic development that contribute to the security, safety, health and well-being of the people. It is to be viewed in the background of the overall social and economic development and the needs of the people.