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Our Values


Justice in the present context refers to the philosophical approach, functional schema and operational system by which fairness is managed within the organization as well as with all the other stakeholders. Justice is extremely critical in order to encourage workplace motivation, focus, engagement with ownership and productive workplace behavior on the part of the employees.


A strong sense of team spirit prevails in the organization. All team members proactively assist each other wherever and whenever required. Compassion also includes a fairness and unbiased dealing. Fairness means that all the team members are treated with equity, individuality, based on their preferences, needs and varied contributions.


Honest communication is fundamental to building a relationship of trust. We share not just our triumphs, but also the challenges and failures which we are facing. We strive towards having a transparent and participatory decision-making process. Participation helps in improving the quality as well as diversity of information and opinions which guide the decision-making process.

Shared Vision

All team members, including the Agrasar Saathis, have alignment in responses to fundamental questions - What do we do? Why do we do what we do? What is the impact of our work? What are the various challenges and gaps? Each and every member within the organization has an enriching and comprehensive role as per her/his interest, competence and aptitude.

Respect and Humility

Team members acknowledge each other’s strengths and limitations to work in a complementary manner with each other. We have a willingness to help each other when the need arises. We attempt to understand and put ourselves in the context of the other person in arriving at a solution to any challenge. We strive towards doing this while also being able to provide critical feedback.

Clarity in Processes

The processes have been clearly laid down and documented as far as possible. All the team members have participated in developing the processes and related tools and therefore have a clear understanding about the process and the need to adhere to them. Any new joinee is oriented througoughly on all aspects of culture and processes.

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A Practical Guide to Acts & Rules applicable to “Migrant Workers” in India

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सरकारी स्कूल और ऑनलाइन पढाई

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Interns driven field work in communities of Gurgaon as a part of our knowledge establishing strategy.

Corporal punishments and societal attitudes

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Link to the webpage for Agrasar's movement against corporal punishment in India

Strong Children or Broken Men

I remember my days in a missionary residential school years back. Many memories are great, that of friends, playing football in torrential rain, the mischief ...
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‘Unearthing alternatives to corporal punishment’

Some thoughts to ponder on: Apparently, Corporal Punishment is a world-wide phenomenon. It’s being fought against, just like many other forms of discrimination are being ...
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