Budhrani Charitable Trust is a registered public trust established in the year 1984 with a prime motive “to provide medical and educational facilities to underprivileged members of the society”.
OM Computer Institute was established by Budhrani Charitable trust on the 14th day of March 2002, engaged exclusively in computer training for under privileged students residing in nearby Colaba , Cuffe Parade, Navy Nagar locality and slums which has the population of over 10 lakhs with a prime motive "To Enhance The Living Standard Of Underprivileged People By Providing Inexpensive Computer Training" yet very competitive.
OM English Speaking Classes were started by the trust in year 2010 for the children coming from the underprivileged families where children have to pay Rs. 1000/- 3 months. Communication skill training is also provided to these children which helps them when they appear for interviews for jobs.
OM Diagnostics Center Managed by Budharani Charitable Trust (Regd.) was Inaugurated by the blessings of Reverend Dada Jashan Vaswani on 25th July 1989.To provide all medical consultation and Treatment to the socially downtrodden and economically weaker section of the society at a Highly Subsidized and Non-Profitable basis, which occupy area 1500sq. ft Ground Floor Fully Air-Conditioned, Computerized and well equipped Lab with latest machines and instruments and removing even Aids Strain Latest X-Ray Machine (brand New 300 MA- Siemens), highly Qualified and Experienced Doctors from various fields, Humble, Well Trained and Dedicated Staff
OM Charitable Dispensary was started by trust in the year 2000 to provide medical facilities to the patients of nearby slums in and around colaba and cuffe parade area. The patients are treated by well experienced MBBS doctors at bare minimum charges of Rs 10/ - which includes their medicines
OM Physiotherapy Centre was established by trust in the year 2015 to provide all non-surgical treatment without aid of medicines and with help of physiotherapy, acupuncture, acupressure and sujok(Free) treatment at highly subsidized charges to all the socially downtrodden and economically weaker section of the society.