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+91-880-29-880-88

2538/6, E-II-66, Badarpur, New Delhi-110044

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Fauji ke Alfaaz is an Non Governmental Organization established in March'18

Who we are:

Founded in March’18, Fauji ke Alfaaz (Regd.) is specific to an NGO dedicated to build new Military-Paramilitary officers in India.​

We do this through well planned and comprehensive projects in defense, education, and livelihoods. Our overall goal is to raise the numbers of officers in Indian Defence Forces, to provide basic education to underprivileged children, empowerment of women and girls from poor and marginalised communities leading to improvement in their lives and livelihoods.
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  • The total shortage of officers in the Army, Navy and the Indian Air Force is 9,259 while the number for below officer rank is 50,363.

  • The current strength of the Navy is 67,228 & the number of vacant positions is 16,255.

  • The Indian Air Force is facing a shortage of 15,503 personnel.

  • At least 17.7 million children do not attend school.

  • In nearly 60% of schools, there are less than two teachers to teach Classes I to V.

  • More than 50% of girls fail to enroll in school; those that do are likely to drop out by the age of 12.

  • Only 4.5 per cent of the population in the country is educated upto the level of graduate or above.

  • A majority of 32.6% population is not even educated upto the primary school level.

  • With 6.8 crore graduates and above, India still has more than six times as many illiterates.

  • India is home to 194.6 million undernourished people, the highest in the world.

  • According to a UN labour report unemployment in India is projected to increase from 17.7 million last year to 17.8 million in 2017 and 18 million next year.

  • 3,000 children in India die every day from poor diet related illness