JHOOM INDIA is a unique “National Level Talent Hunt”, FIRST OF ITS KIND IN INDIA for persons with disabilities (PWDs) that is being conducted by SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION for 4 years in a row, now.

“JHOOM INDIA”, the name is all about enjoyment, to have fun, to feel free and good about oneself. Everyone has the right to feel the same. So, SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION has brought a great opportunity for the special people of our society – PWDs to become a part of the talent hunt which is wholly and solely for them. This event opens several doors for the special people to showcase their talent and will give an extra mileage to the PWDs for development in their career. Talent presented by the participants includes song, art, mimicry, acting along with many other talents in the largest talent hunt programme for special people.

Along with giving such a beautiful platform to the needful, JHOOM INDIA has a great national presence.

SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION has created history by providing a platform where the PWDs are free to present their talent, without any discrimination and win amazing prizes and trophies. Here, talents from all over India participate and get a chance to win awards and to get their stories featured in the National level magazine “SAMARTH”.

“SAMARTH” is a National Magazine for “National Level Talent Hunt Programme (JHOOM INDIA)”.  It is published for the PWDs where their stories are placed and the magazines are distributed nationally.

The presence of “SAMARTH” is in all the head of the department of Secretariat / offices of District Collectors / different Govt. & Private Schools / different Corporates and PSUs nationally.

Seeing the sentiment and passion of a different group of people in various National Talent Hunts, SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION has taken an initiative in India by establishing an extraordinary platform “JHOOM INDIA” for the talented people from the stretch of special groups in the society all over the country to display the immense skills they possess. This event features the top contestants from all over India, facing off in the largest TALENT HUNT Programme for the PWDs.

The programme promises to offer the PWDs, a new and exciting competitive platform to showcase their hidden talents. Supported by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India, SSEPD Department, Govt. of Odisha, Rehabilitation Council of India (RCI), Culture Department, GOI & EZCC, Culture Department, GOI.

This year we have got 1800+ registrations. We are associated with 94 Organisations from all over India. PWDs in large numbers from different parts of India have participated in the programme to be organized online through a WEBINAR.

The AWARD CEREMONY will be held on dated 13th of December 2020 in WEBINAR at BATOI CONFERENCE HALL, Bhubaneswar from 4 PM – 7 PM by maintaining of Social distancing with 5-6 people by GOOGLE SUITE. The Programme will be LIVE in FACEBOOK & YOU TUBE and it will be promoted by DAILYHUNT, PHUNFLIX and BATOI, where more than one lakh public will watch the Show worldwide.


Everyone wants to earn and be an independent person, no one wishes to spread their hands and beg for their living. Earning one’s own livelihood is a dream which all of us desires to achieve. The special people of our society also urge for the same, so to fulfill this dream Shantidham Foundation has put forward a window of opportunity for such Jobseekers. It has created a Unique Placement Assistance through “JOB4u” where the candidates may directly apply their CVs, in the website “www.job4u.org”. Anyone belonging to the group of underprivileged (PWDs, Transgenders, Slum (BPL), and Orphans) nationwide may apply in the website if they entail the will to earn their own livelihood.

Few sectors in the JOB4U includes:

  1. Hospitality
  2. BPO
  3. Technical & Non-technical divisions in IT companies.
  4. Customer support for retail outlets.
  5. Telecommunication organizations for voice-based jobs.
  6. Banking sectors
  7. Jewellery shops
  8. Media and Publicity
  9. Educational Institutions
  10. CA Firms

Individuals with disabilities are often marginalized. The special categories on JOB4U insert a platform for disability bringing them into mainstream, perceptions on talents.

“The motto is to promote the PWDs and bring them to the mainstream by providing them a platform for livelihood assistance.”

The concept is job seekers may access multiple organizations from the portal. It is a concept, which is a big-time saver for the job seekers. Mostly jobs available in portal belong to the middle level category jobs either for freshers or for the people with minimum level of experience. From the portal, a candidate can access many organizations from their respective places without any physical movement or any expenses.


MADE4U is a Handicraft event in which the PWDs will be able to sell their handmade products, through an e-commerce platform. The idea of selling the handicrafts, made by the PWDs is brought into consideration by SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION, whose sole motto is to work for the benefit of the special people and help them in living a noble life.  

The people all across the country, will be able to sell their handmade products directly to the consumers and earn a value out of it, likewise they can utilise their skills in earning. The price of the product will only be set by the owner of the product or the NGO to whom that person belongs. SHANTIDHAM FOUNDATION does not earn any benefit out of it, it only provides an E-Commerce platform.

Handicrafts will be sold through the online portal “MADE4u”. It is made sure by the foundation that the funds raised by selling those craft items are duly provided to the PWDs or the NGOs associated with them.

SHANTiDHAM FOUNDATION is a Non Profit making voluntary Organisation, carrying out different developmental activities for the last 14 years for the community people and awarded IT Exemption for 12 AA and 80G Certification and also registered under NITI AAYOG and registered under Registrar of Societies, Govt. of Odisha ACT XXI of 1860 vide No – 22742/332 of 2007 – 2008 and Registration under PWD ACT – 1995 from Govt. of Odisha.