To supply the basic needs to the deprived children and widows of tiger victim families in a sustainable manner and securing them in the heart of Sunderbans.
To create independent earning individuals through proper training sessions in the areas of Basanti blocks and Goshaba islands of Sunderbans.
To build a developed society in the most affected regions of Bengal through health and education.
Genesis Educational and Charitable Trust (GECT) was founded in 2009 in Kolkata. Dr.Purnendu Roy, Chairman & MD of Genesis Group Of Companies built a special team and started supporting the tiger victim families of Sundarbans in the fields of health and education. The primary working areas are Jharkhali block, Basanti block and Gosaba block of Sunderbans, where the tiger victim widows, orphans, old age people and destitute children are the major focus groups.
Since then, GECT has been relentlessly providing nutritional food, education, clothes and other allied necessities on a regular basis. The prime objective is to empower and provide a healthy and hazard free life to the inhabitants of the targeted islands of Sundarbans.
Moreover, GECT has also adopted few tiger victim families and children in Gosaba, and has taken the entire responsibility of their survival and education. Besides, GECT is planning to offer vocational training on stitching, nursing & hospitality to the tiger victim widows and has also set up a temporary school structure for the children. See more
M.B.B.S, M.S, F.I.C.S, F.A.I.S, FAMS, D.UROL (LONDON)
Chairman & Managing Director –
Genesis Group of Companies: Genesis Hospital / Genesis Institute of Management & Technology (GIMT) / Genesis Eduventure (GE) / Genesis Educational and Charitable Trust (GECT) / Orion Entertainment (Orion Production & Communications Pvt. Ltd.)
Born in 1960, Dr. Purnendu Roy excelled in MBBS and MS (Surgery) from JIPMER, Puducherry and received his FRCS degree from England in 1987. He worked as a Senior House Officer in William Harvey Hospital in Ashford, Kent (England) and joined Surgical Rotation Training in South Cleveland Hospital. After the completion of FRCS, he worked as the surgical registrar in Scarborough General Hospital, Yorkshire.
After his return from England in 1992, he initiated his career at Kothari Hospital, Kolkata and served for three years. In 1995, he joined Duncan Clinic which later became Apollo Gleneagles Hospital and Clinic. He also practiced at Anandalok, a charitable hospital where he treated patients free of cost and did a high volume of laparoscopic surgeries at an economical rate up to 51 surgeries per day. On an average, Dr. Purnendu Roy performs 5,400 surgeries every year and till date operated over 1, 51,200 patients over the period of last 28 years. Read More...