Who we are?

Natural Resource Management & Common Wealth (NRMCW) is a non-profit, non-political and nongovernmental organization working in social development field for last 12 years. We provide employability skills and vocational training to adolescent girls, boys and help them in placement and starting their own ventures. We do capacity building of men and women of various sectors. NRMCW was registered in 2003 as a society under the Societies Registration Act 1973. The name of the organization represents the duel goal (1) the aim of the organization is related with the society. The most suffering, deprived, exploited people of the society needs to be brought back in the main stream of the development and (2) the social, economical and cultural development are must for them so that they can live peacefully, freely and with dignity in the society. The choice of the area of work was made on the basis of the nature and intensity of exploitation of the adivasis, negligible ameliorator developmental intervention and the limited presence of voluntary groups.

What we do?

NRMCW organizes vocational trainings in various trades through its Vocational Training Provider (VTP) centers. We build the capacity of minority women, fisher women and men. We render trainings to adolescent girls and help them to get the job or start their own ventures. By getting support from various Central, State, autonomous bodies and corporate, the trainings are provided as per donors requirement and placement is provided in various establishment and organization. We run a helpline to provide career counseling. We also do hand holding and nurturing and proper guidance of the queries are provided to all the beneficiaries.


Our Approach

The approach of NRMCW is straight, transparent and based on experience. For the organization of vocational training, we follow the norms set by that particular department. For example, as vocational training provider, we follow the rules and regulations established by MPCVET, Bhopal which is a local establishment of DGET New Delhi. For the training of NIRD and NFDB, we follow the instruction given by them. NRMCW has a good rapport in the market and also with Central and State governments. For the training of adolescent girls, the objectives of SABLA programs are followed. We appoint experienced and committed teachers to teach the trainees. All the teachers are paid timely which keep their morale high. We have all the facilities required to run a particular training at all the centers. All the desired equipments and software are available with us. We not only give the training but do the placement of the trainees after the successful completion of the program. We have good relationship with the potential employers and we make changes in our training curriculum as per their need. We also work as a bridge between the trainee and potential employers. The new trainees who want to do the job work in the market are fully supported by us and at the time of need we give guarantee to establish their credibility among the job givers. We run one help line to render help to all the trainees as and when they are in need. Sometimes we establish temporary training venue for the trainees who are unable to come at our training centers due to various reasons. This helps them to save the time and money. We do regular monitoring of training programs and this help us to make the desired changes whenever they are needed.


The vision of the organization is the social, economical and cultural development of the most suffering, exploited, deprived people of the society by bringing them back to the main stream so that the last man of the society may live peacefully, freely and with dignity.


The mission of the organization is to provide the entire poor families livelihood, to bring an improvement in the quality of life and empowerment of BPL families, especially backward community, economically poor section and deprived through intensive capacity building interventions, income generation and health related activities with special focus on continuous and sustainable support.

Registration Details
Type of Registration
  • Society [No. 11797/02 dated 22/02/2003]
  • FCRA [No.063160174]
  • 12A [S.No. 88/05-06]
  • 80 G [S.No. 96/08-09]
  • PAN No. AAFTS6928N
  • TAN No. BPLNO3243C
  • Planning Commission NGO portal Unique ID No. M P/2009/0017496
  • Quality Management System: ISO 9001-2008, Certificate No. CCPL/QMS/G1300 validity up to 29.02.2016
  • Registration in E-awedan ID No. MP/0028363
  • Affiliation with PHD Chamber of Commerce, New Delhi
  • Certificate of Importer-Exporter Code (IEC) No. 1113001569 dt. 29.07.2013
  • By Govt. of India, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Department of Commerce, O/o Director of Foreign Trade, Bhopal
  • Affiliation with Apparel Made-ups & Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council , Gudgaon
  • Affiliation with NEIBSUD New Delhi
  • Operation of Kusum Gramodaya Samudayik Mahavidyala at Biora dist. Rajgarh M.P. Regn. No. GCC/14/44 dated 10th December 2014>

Our Identity and Core Values

Natural Resource Management & Common Wealth (NRMCW) is a registered society, registered under Madhya Pradesh Society Registration Act 1973 (44 of 1973) vide registration No. 11797/02 dated 22nd February 2003.

NRMCW is guides by the following core values:

Respect : We don't violate any person's fundamental human rights, with which each person is endowed. We recognize that all people are born free and equal in dignity and rights. We are sensitive to the moral values, religion, customs, traditions, and cultures of the community we serve. We respect each individual's right of freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.

Responsibility : NRMCW is entrusted with a responsibility to the public. We take ownership of the task at hand, take the initiative and proactively pulling together resources of all types in order to find and implement feasible solution. We demonstrate ownership, are accountable for the execution, outcomes, expected goals and strive for excellence in our work.

Accountability : NRMCW is accountable for its actions and decisions, primarily to the community it serves and also to its funding agencies, the government, staff and volunteers, members, partner organizations and the public at large.

Transparency : NRMCW is transparent in its dealings with the government, the public, partners, beneficiaries, except for personal matters and proprietary information. Our basic financial information, governance structure, activities and listing of officers and partnership is open and accessible to public scrutiny and we make effort to inform the public about our work and the origin and use of our resources.