Yuvsatta 1990-1996

  • Yuvsatta a youth newspaper got started and published first monthly, then fortnightly and weekly too. Finally when in 1996 it became daily evening newspaper, it ran into severe financial troubles and as a result abruptly got closed.

Yuvsatta 1996-1999

  • Project –Sahyog: Launch of door to door waste collection programme & waste management programme in Chandigarh.
  • Inauguration of 1st free tele-counselling service – DOST (1st of its kind any where in north India) on matters related to AIDS, Drugs, Smoking, Alcoholism & Sex from Lajpat Rai Bhawan, Chandigarh
  • Campaign for creation of ‘All Women Police Stations’ in State of Punjab.

Yuvsatta 2000-2001

  • Year 2000: Three day International Conference on the theme of ‘Millennium Without Violence’. Foreign students of 14 countries participated including Sri R. Venkataraman-the ex-President of India.
  • International Conference on ‘Need for Afro- Asian Dialogue’ with participation of 14 Asian & African countries foreign students of Panjab University, Chandigarh.
  • Project –Sahyog: Launch of door to door waste collection programme & waste management programme in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.
  • Launch of free tele-counselling service – DOST on matters related to AIDS, Drugs, Smoking, Alcoholism & Sex from DC Office, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.

Yuvsatta 2001-2005

  • Campaign for Cycle-city Chandigarh, with a focus on motivating more & more people cycling or walking for short distances in the city. As a result of which Chandigarh became first city in India with well laid cycle tracks alongside all major roads.
  • Project Rakhsak-HIV/AIDS Awareness programmes.
  • Activities promoting education amongst the marginalized.
  • Launch of Peace Clubs in Schools.
  • Project Shakti-Promoting reproductive child health and awareness generation camps for marginalized women in slums & rural areas.
  • Eco-club activities & environmental awareness programme involving school children.

Yuvsatta 2006-2010

  • Strengthening and spread of Peace Clubs activities in Schools of tricity i.e. Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar (Mohali).
  • Project Rakhsak-HIV/AIDS Awareness programmes with UTSACS (State AIDS Control Society, Chandigarh)
  • Playway Adult literacy programme for illiterates in slum settlements of Chandigarh.
  • Creation of all Girls Cricket Team & launch of ‘Kitabghar –library for kids at Bapu Dham Colony, a slum settlement in Chandigarh.
  • Distribution of free bicycles to meritorious marginalized girls with support of Indian Oil Corporation Limited.
  • Giving voice to voiceless start of monthly ‘Jugnu’ newspaper for & by the marginalized children of slum settlements of Chandigarh.
  • Project Shakti-Promoting reproductive child health and awareness generation camps for marginalized women in slums & rural areas.
  • Eco-club activities & environmental awareness programme involving school children.
  • Start of Gandhi Peace Exam in Burail Jail & Patiala Central Jail based on autobiography of Mahatma Gandhi.
  • Project V-care: Saluting the Soldiers, bringing school children in closer contact with soldiers and units of Indian Army.
  • Project Heritage Trees for care and adoption of trees 100 years & old.
  • Regular organization of an annual International Youth Peace Festival (IYPF).

Yuvsatta 2011-12

  • Peace Clubs in over 100 Schools of tricity i.e. Chandigarh, Panchkula and SAS Nagar (Mohali).
  • Project Rakhsak-HIV/AIDS Awareness programmes with UTSACS (State AIDS Control Society, Chandigarh)
  • Project Bridge to empower the marginalized kids of slum settlements.
  • Project Shakti-Promoting reproductive child health and awareness generation camps for marginalized women in slums areas.
  • Project V-care: Saluting the Soldiers, bringing school children in closer contact with soldiers and units of Indian Army.
  • Project Heritage Trees for care and adoption of trees 100 years & old.
  • Project Sakhi to empower 150 marginalized out of School girls of Mauli Jagran Colony-a slum settlement in Chandigarh.
  • English Access Microscholarship Programme supported by US Embassy to teach English Language Learning skills to 100 adolescent youth of Bapu Dham Colony, Chandigarh.
  • Regular Eco-club programmes on environmental awareness and water conservation involving young School students.
  • Creation of Rain Water Harvesting structures in ten Government Schools of Chandigarh with assistance of WAPCOS Limited (A Government of India Undertaking Under Ministry of Water).
  • TB Awareness programme in slum areas of Colony No. 4 & Bapu Dham Colony, Chandigarh.
  • Organization of annual International Youth Peace Festival.

Yuvsatta 2012-13

  • Active & vibrant Peace Clubs in over 100 Schools of tricity.
  • Project Rakhsak-HIV/AIDS Targeted Intervention Programme for Female Sex Workers & condom promotion drives.
  • Project Bridge to empower the marginalized kids of slum settlements.
  • Sucessful Annual International Youth Peace Fest.
  • International Youth Exchange programmes with Sri Lanka, Nepal, China, Malaysia, Pakistan & Singapore.
  • Bird Watching trips for over 5000 local school students.
  • Project V-care: Saluting the Soldiers, bringing school children closer to units of Indian Army.
  • Various Environmental awareness & advocacy programmes involving over 130 Eco-clubs in promotion of cycling, biodiversity, nature-trails, Green Diwali campaigns, water conservation etc.

Yuvsatta 2014-18

  • Various international tie-ups to strengthen and spread the network at South Asian and Global level.
  • Peace Clubs activities to focus on 1 India Campaign, Power of 1 Rupee, Promoting Rights & dignity of girls, issues of child labour, sanitation, & volunteering in over 100 Schools of tricity.
  • Project Rakshak-HIV/AIDS Targeted Intervention Programme for Female Sex Workers & special condom promotion drives.
  • Project I Care to empower the marginalized kids of Slum settlements of Chandigarh.
  • Bird Watching trips for over 5000 local school students.
  • Various Environmental awareness & advocacy programmes involving over 130 Eco-clubs in promotion of cycling, biodiversity, nature-trails, Green Diwali campaigns, water conservation etc.
  • Project V-care: Saluting the Soldiers, bringing school children closer to units of Indian Army.
  • International Youth Exchange programmes with Sri Lanka, Nepal, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, Russia, Indonesia & Singapore.
  • Annual Global Youth Peace Fest (earlier IYPF), from September 30-October 2.
  • Launch of Global Youth Peace Forum

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service of others”-MK Gandhi