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Universal Monarch Charitable Trust ( UMCT ) is a Non-Profit charitable organization registered in India found in the year 2008 by Subramanian Azhaguvel.

  • To provide humanitarian need to the poor and needy in form of free food, medicines, and clothes.
  • To run educational institutions and to provide all necessary facilities for the education of the poor irrespective of caste, community or religion.
  • To afford medical relief to the sick and the suffering without any restriction as to religion, caste, community.
  • 'The Great Mission of all'
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      Despite the numerous promises and provisions made by the Indian government, the state of many of the country's children continues to be pitiable. Statistics reveal that there are close to 13 million child laborers, about 3 to 5 lakh children are forcibly engaged in prostitution and at least 18 million children live on the streets in India. Coupled with child abuse and poverty figures, the picture is far from pretty. A little help on your part can and will bring these numbers down! The Universal Monarch Charitable Trust is firmly committed to supporting education in the various parts of India. It makes a number of scholarships available to a wide range of people at the same time each year (beginning October 2009).

    All application forms, together with any required supporting documentation for the above scholarships, should be sent to:

    Trust Office
    For any correspondence
    Office No-8, Radharani Complex, Near Soham Ashram,
    Sant Colony, Vrindavan-281121
    Uttar Pradesh
    Office:0565 2540203
    mobile:+91-89581737722,+91-8958173740
    Website:www.umctrust.org
    E-mail:umctrust@gmail.com

     Applications must reach the Trust office. Late applications will NOT be accepted. If in doubt, please call the contact number provided in website. Information and forms for applicants can be recieved from trust office.

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