Please refer to our circular dated 15th Feb 2017 on Annual Subscription 2017-18.
You are requested to pay the Annual Subscription for 2017-18, depending on your membership, before 31st May 2017.
You are also requested to nominate corresponding number of members in our Central Council.Annual Subscription 2017-18
This number will depend on your total membership and Annual Subscription paid.
AISCCON Awards based on the Performance during 2015-16. These Awards were given in the 16th AISCCON National Conference. Details are under :
1. Hindwasurya Maharana Pratap Award
For Best Senior Citizen- Male- Urban Area.
Shri. Padmacharan Nayak, Cuttack, Odisha.
2. The Best Senior Citizen- Female Urban Area
Smt.Kanchan Sharab Butala, Poladpur, Maharashtra.
3. Marathwada Kesari Shri. Annasaheb Gavane Award
for the Best Senior Citizen – Male Rural Area.
Shri.Sarvesh Gupta, Ranipur, Haridwar, Ultarakhanda.
4. Smt. Suman Annasaheb Gavane Award
for the Best Senior citizen- Female – Rural Area.
5. The Best Senior Citizen Association – Urban Area
Sneh Sandhya, Visakhapatnam, AP
6. Shri. Tatya Saheb Bhole Best Senior Citizen Association – Rural Area.
Shriram Jyeshtha Nagarik Mandal, Paladhi, Dist-Jalgaon, Maharashtra.
7. Samudrala Varaprasad Best Senior Citizen Woman Association
Garima Vayaska Vama Vrunda, Surat, Gujarat.
8. Kaling Award for enrolling maximum subscribers of AISCCON News.
Er.Prabhakar M. Patole, Dhule, Maharashtra.
9. AISCCON Award for the Best House Journal â€˜Sunhere Pal’
Published by Senior Citizens Council, Roopnagar, Punjab.
The following persons are declared elected from the respective constituency to the Central Council.Elected Central Council Members
1) Shri Chapke D.N.
2) Shri Nikale M.M.
3) Shri Patole P.M.
4) Shri Kaskhedikar A.P.
CHIEF PATRONS (unopposed)
1) Shri Bhatia Sugan
2) Dr. Joshi C.N.
3) Shri Lakare Avinash
4) Shri Tekale Annasaheb
5) Shri Unni T.P.R.
1) Dr. Padma Mohan Krishnan
2) Shri Wagh N.R.
3) Shri Koranne M.P.
1) Shri Bhadane V.K.
2) Shri Pawar S.L.
3) Shri Zazria J.R.
4) Shri Ahire V.K.
5) Smt.Gautam Savita.
6) Shri Saraf A.W.
7) Shri Waghmare R.G.
Mr. Kiran M. Deshpande,
Additional Returing Officer,
AISCCON Elections 2016,
Jyeshtha Nararik Bhavan,
Nerul, Navi Mumbai
25th International Day of Older Persons was observed at Tagore Theatre, Sector-18, Chandigarh today with solemnity and enthusiasm. The month of September had seen a flurry of activities – four socio-medicalcamps, a function in Old Age Home, two Gala Morning functions, the popular “Walk for Fun” and Mushaira – in the run-up for this day. Senior citizens were agog in anticipation of today’s Grand Finale, if the large turnout at the venue was anything to go by. Smt. Kirron Kher, Member of Parliament (Lok Sabha), was Chief Guest at the function.
The Chief Guest, addressing senior citizens, appreciated the efforts made by Chandigarh Senior Citizens’ Association (CSCA) in providing much needed services not only to senior citizens but also to other challenged sections of society by way of medical and other facilities, counseling and guidance. She was happy that the Association was providing a platform to elders to share their joys and sorrows and relieving them from worries of loneliness. She appealed to younger generations to accept moral responsibility to look after the elders who had made great contributions to take the country forward.
The beautiful environs of Sukhna Lake hummed with activity today as senior citizens started arriving in droves right from 5.30 am to take part in the much-awaited “WALK FOR FUN”. This annual event, held in the run up to Senior Citizens’ Day for the 12th time, was organized jointly by Chandigarh Police and Chandigarh Senior Citizens’ Association (CSCA).
Today’s event drew more than 700 participants, many in their eighties, and some in their ninetees who had to cover a maximum of 3 K.M. President of the Association Sh. Daljit Singh Grewal explained that till 2009 there was an element of competition in which men and women in different age groups had to cover different distances. This practice was discontinued since there were some cases of over-exertion. As the underlying aim to get people out to enjoy the environment and breathe fresh air in the tranquil atmosphere of the Lake rather than testing their stamina, it was felt that a non-competitive event would do just as well.