Sainik Parivar Bhavan


After the 1971 Indo-Pak war, to improve the conditions of War Widows and their dependents, the Government of Haryana decided to start a welfare scheme through 'Rajya Sainik Board' which can help the War Widows and their dependents for self employment and securing jobs in Public/Private undertakings. Accordingly, a War Widows home (which later on came to be known as 'Sainik Parivar Bhavan') was started at Chhachhrauli (District Yamuna Nagar) in the year 1973, where War Widows and their dependents were imparted training in Handloom, Hosiery, Knitting, Tailoring and Cutting. On appraisal of this scheme, the Industrial Training Centres (ITCs) of 'Sainik Parivar Bhavans' (SPBs) were opened at various other places in Haryana. In these ITIs (formerly known as ITCs) free training and hostel facility is provided to the trainees. SPB as a welfare society was registered in the year 1999 under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and governed by its Service (Common Cadre) Rules, 1999 approved by its Management Committee.


Our Aim:-


  • The main aim of imparting training in different courses in these ITIs is to prepare War Widows, Widows and their Dependents and the dependents of Ex-Servicemen including that of Para-Military Forces personnel hailing from the State of Haryana to settle in their life by way of employment in Govt Semi Govt, Boards and Corporations etc. or self employment by establishing their own ventures.
  • Entire expenditure incurred by Sainik Parivar Bhavans, Haryana is met out of DSR Fund. However, payment of salary to the staff of SPB is compensated to the DSR Fund through Grant-in-Aid by the Govt. of Haryana.