The information about new government schemes and policies does not reach rural population effectively because of poor geographical conditions and faulty organisational structures and facilities. Therefore, Soochna Seva acts as a channel to fill this gap by imparting necessary guidance about public schemes and services. To achieve this aim, the team conducts regular camps and meetings in remote and vulnerable areas.
On July 29, 2015, the Soochna Seva Kendra at Pratapgarh in Tehri Garhwal district conducted an awareness camp in Kanda village. Prior to the camp, the Soochna Seva team circulated the word through phone calls and one-to-one interaction within the village and neighboring ones too. People flocked in the camp all over from Kanda, Banali, Jakhikhal, Okhla and Pathiyana village.
The event was graced by Balwir Singh, Gram Pradhan and Umesh Singh, ex Gram Pradhan of Kanda village. Youth groups and women self-help groups also took part in the event.
The Soochna Sevaks briefed about some of the latest schemes that were launched by Uttrakhand government in 2015, such as Mera Gawn-Meri Sadak, Mere Bujurg- Meri Tirath, Mera Gawn mera Dhan, Mukhyamantri Swastya Bima Yojana, Mukhyamantri Bal Poshan Yojana, Humara Pedh Humara Dhan, Gaura Devi Kanya Dhan Yojana, Aapda Prabandhan Yojana, Samadhan and Khel Se Banegi Pehchan.
The Gram Pradhan listened to the problems of villagers and also advised the participants to fill up the request form so that they could receive aid from Chief Minister Relief Fund.