Welfare Branch



  • Child Welfare Committee (CWC)

Autonomous body under Section 27 of chapter V of the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015.

  • Consists of
  1. Chairperson
  2. 4 other members

Of whom at least one should be a woman and another an expert on matters concerning children.


  • To dispose cases for the care, protection and treatment of the children.
  • To dispose cases for the development, rehabilitation and protection of children that are in need.
  • When a Committee is constituted for any particular area, then it has the power to exclusively deal with all proceedings that are being held under the provisions of this Act that are related to children in terms of need of care and protection.
  • While exercising the given powers curtailed under this Act, the Committee is barred from performing any act which would go against anything contained in any other law that is in force at that time.


  • One Stop Center-SAKHI (OSC)

One Stop Centers (OSCs) are intended to support women affected by violence, in private and public spaces, within the family, community and at the workplace.

Objectives: –

  • To provide integrated support and assistance to women affected by violence, both in private and public spaces under one roof.
  • To facilitate immediate emergency and non- emergency access to a range of services which including medical, legal, psychological and counselling support under one roof to fight against any forms of violence against women

Services offered in OSC: –

  • Emergency Response and Rescue Services.
  • Medical Assistance.
  • Assistance to women in lodging FIR etc.
  • Psycho- social support/ counselling.
  • Shelter


  • Women Helpline Number- 181 (WHL)

Women Helpline is intended to provide 24X7 immediate and emergency response to women affected by violence through referral (linking with appropriate authority such as police, One Stop Center, hospital) and information about women related government schemes programs across the country through a single uniform number- 181.

Other circumstances: –

  • Harassment of women by Phone calls.
  • Harassment of women through Social Networking Sites.
  • Sexual harassment of women.
  • Police not registering the complaint of Women.


  • National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR)

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) is an Indian statutory body established by an Act of Parliament, the Commission for Protection of Child Rights (CPCR) Act, 2005. The Commission works under the aegis of Ministry of Women and Child Development, GoI. The Commission became operational on 5 March 2007.

The functions of NCPCR are:

  • Examine and review the safeguards provided by or under any law for the time being in force for the protection of child rights and recommend measures for their effective implementation.
  • Present to be central government, annually and at such other intervals, as the commission may deem fit, reports upon working of those safeguards;
  • Inquire into violation of child rights and recommend initiation of proceedings in such cases;
  • Examine all factors that inhibit the enjoyment of rights of children affected by terrorism, communal violence, riots, natural disaster, domestic violence, HIV/AIDS, trafficking, maltreatment, torture and exploitation, pornography and prostitution and recommend appropriate remedial measures;
  • Look into the matters relating to the children in need of special care and protection including children in distress, marginalized and disadvantaged children, children in conflict with law, juvenile’s children without family and children of prisoners and recommend appropriate remedial measures;
  • Study treaties and other international instruments and undertake periodical review of existing policies, programmes and other activities on child rights and make recommendations for their effective implementation in the best interest of children;
  • Undertake and promote research in the field of child rights;
  • Spread child rights literacy among various section of society and promote awareness of the safeguards available for protection of these rights through publications, the media, seminar and other available means;


  • Humara Arunachal Abhiyan: –

Hamara Arunachal Abhiyan, a mass movement under the Government of Arunachal Pradesh was launched by the Hon’ble CM, Shri Pema Khandu on the occasion of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, that targets to educate and eradicate the evils of our society.

Aim: –

  • Involve all sections of the society in managing law and order.
  • Aware people about various laws.
  • Change their mind set besides promoting police-public partnership.
  • Remove the social stigma attached to police.
  • Promote coordination between communities to pave the way for communal harmony in the state.
  • To bring about a police-public partnership for better law and order maintenance.
  • Instil a sense of security and confidence among entrepreneurs, outside investments and tourists.
  • Pave way for better development processes and to make Arunachal a safe state.