By 2020 there may be more plastic, 
in the Ocean than fish ?

Bank Single Use Plastic

This June 5th, 2018, on #WorldEnvironmentDay, Isha Foundation partnered with the United Nations Environment Program to spread awareness for banning single-use plastic. On this occasion, Sadhguru spoke with Erik Solheim, Executive Director of UN–Environment along with Dia Mirza UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, in Delhi.

Choose a space that fits your needs

This June 5th, 2018, on #WorldEnvironmentDay, Isha Foundation partnered with the United Nations Environment Program to spread awareness for banning single-use plastic. On this occasion, Sadhguru spoke with Erik Solheim, Executive Director of UN–Environment along with Dia Mirza UN Environment Goodwill Ambassador, in Delhi.

The Real Issue

Each year, at least 13 million tons of plastic end up in the oceans, the equivalent of a full garbage truck every minute, where it smothers coral reefs and threatens vulnerable marine wildlife. 

Humans are not a resource.
They are a huge possibility.

Maintenance Manager

We are currently searching for a qualified and reliable Maintenance Manager to lead our maintenance department. As the Maintenance Manager, you will be responsible for managing all installation, repair and upkeep operations of our company’s facilities. Your duties will include maintaining machinery, planning repair activities, and developing maintenance procedures.

  • Supervise and lead all maintenance processes and operations.

  • Track expenses and oversee the budget for maintenance.

  • Maintain all machinery to ensure it’s at working standards.

  • Create and implement maintenance procedures.

  • Conduct regular inspections of the facilities to detect and resolve problems.

  • Plan and manage all repair and installation activities.

  • Ensure all department workers adhere to the safety policies and procedures.

  • Assign repair schedules and evaluate repair cost estimates.

  • Document and prepare daily progress reports and maintenance logs.

  • Oversee equipment stock and place orders for new supplies when necessary.

Certified Electrician

We would like to hire an Electrician to join our team. You will be responsible for installing and repairing complex electrical control, wiring, and lighting systems working from a technical blueprint. To perform in this role you need an electrician degree from a technical college and experience in the field working on simple and complex electrical systems.


  • Install, maintain and repair electrical control, wiring, and lighting systems.

  • Read technical diagrams and blueprints

  • Perform general electrical maintenance.

  • Inspect transformers and circuit breakers and other electrical components.

  • Troubleshoot electrical issues using appropriate of testing devices.

  • Repair and replace equipment, electrical wiring, or fixture

  • Follow National Electrical Code state and local building regulations.

  • Circuit breaker corrective maintenance

  • Good knowledge of heating and air conditioning systems.

  • Good knowledge of various test equipment.


We are looking for a professional Housekeeper able of attending to our facilities with integrity and attention to detail. The goal is to create a clean and orderly environment for our guests that will become a critical factor in maintaining and strengthening our reputation.


  • Perform a variety of cleaning activities such as sweeping, mopping, dusting and polishing

  • Ensure all common areas are cared for and inspected according to standards

  • Protect equipment and make sure there are no inadequacies

  • Notify superiors on any damages, deficits and disturbances.

  • Deal with reasonable complaints/requests with professionalism and patience.

  • Check stocking levels of all consumables and replace when appropriate.

    Adhere strictly to rules regarding health and safety and be aware of any company-related practices.

About Drusti Daan

In the year 2002 Drushti Daan was brought into existence in Bhubaneswar with the help, dedication and untiring efforts of a few well meaning individuals having a desire to meaningfully contribute to the corneal blind in the State of Orissa, India .

Before Drushti Daan came into existence there was no Eye Bank, not even a Cornea Collection Centre, at Bhubaneswar .

Relentless planning and groundwork along with the guidance and advice of few doctors and eminent people, brought drushtidaan it’s registration as a Society under the Registration of Societies Act XXII of 1860 on the 6th March 2002. In the month of April it became an Institutional Life Member of the Eye Bank Association of India.

Drushti Daan was formed to Promote Eye Donation and to Combat Corneal Blindness, in Orissa by establishing an Eye Banking System having a 2-tier structure encompassing a Nodal Eye Bank and Cornea Collection Centres to ensure adequate collection, evaluation & preservation and distribution of quality Corneal tissues for transplant to the needy free of cost.

Zeal, dedication, a high level of professional management, continuous and sustained effort to conduct awareness programmes and promote eye donation, is what drushti daan is all about.


Very fondly and in all humility we acknowledge the help rendered by friends in one of the most difficult project we embarked on five years back. This steep up-climb was possible only with the teamwork of these friends. We are obligated to these well meaning persons who are sensitive to the cause of eye banking.

Today, we pride ourselves on Drushti daan making a mark for itself in the eye-banking scenario of Orissa.


We are thankful to Dr Sidhanta Kar, Director of Kar clinic and Hospitals whose ready willingness gave birth to drushtidaan eye bank at Kar Clinic in Bhubaneswar. We worked here for five years.

We are grateful to Dr. S.T. Muralidhar who was the Hony. Medical director, during this period. He gave his whole hearted support and services to drushtidaan.

L.V. Prasad Eye Institute, Bhubaneswar executed an MOU with drushti daan on 3rd April 07. This enabled drushti daan to shift its operations to their premises to function as a community eye bank. Thus opening a new and beautiful chapter for drushti daan. Our gratitude to Dr G. N. Rao, Dr. T. P. Das, Dr. Usha Gopinathan and Dr. Paul Dubord, Founder, Eyesight International, Canada, for their support.



The First HCRP was launched in Kalinga hospital and this program is successful. We are very grateful to the Management of Kalinga Hospital.

In May 2007 the Department of Health & family welfare, Government of Orissa, helped us to start off drushti daan’s Eye Donation Counselling Centre at the Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar to facilitate the HCRP. We grateful to the Department and the CMO of the Capital Hospital, Bhubaneswar.

Eye Bank today

Drushti Daan has been active for past several years in spearheading eye-banking movement in the state of Orissa.

It has been our constant endeavor to further improve our performance both qualitatively and quantitatively and we have been committed to developing a Community Eye Bank in the state of Orissa.

L.V. Prasad Eye Institute, Bhubaneswar (a pioneer institution prividing Eye care facilities and highly experienced in the practices of eye banking) has provided the infrastructure for drushti daan in their campus. Eyesight International, Canada, has supported drushti daan by providing funds for medical equipments, surgical instruments and other facilities to function as a Community Eye Bank at Bhubaneswar.

Acceditations & Registrations

Registered as a Society under the Society’s Act XXII of 1860 on 6th March 2002.

Registered and certified by the Health and Family Welfare Department.

Donations are exempted under Section 80G of Income Tax Act of 1961 since 2002-03.

Registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 1976 with the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, to receive foreign contributions.

Do not bury. Do not burn. Donate and gift sight.