Ramakrishna Mission was founded by Swami Vivekananda on 1 May 1897 at a place called Belur in Bengal. The purpose of the establishment of the mission was to do social welfare works including providing health services, helping people in times of disaster like plague epidemic, upliftment of villagers and tribals, etc.
Apart from the above social welfare works, Ramakrishna Mission has made a special contribution in the field of education. Many branches of the Ramakrishna Mission are working in the entire country, especially in women education.
Many schools are being run by Universities, colleges, technical training centers are also being operated by the mission.
Five years after the founding of the Ramakrishna Mission (July 4, 1902), Swami Vivekananda died, but in pursuance of his statement "Get up, wake up and do not stop until the goal is achieved", his followers social and The academic work continued uninterrupted which is also currently relevant.