The academicians and elites of Mahishadal and its neighbouring areas had formed Apex Welfare Trust in 2006 with a view to promoting some welfare activities to down-trodden, financially handicapped, socially crippled and academically impoverished people of the locality. As most of the people of the locality are poor and deserve adequate help, guide and assistance, the Trust has dedicated itself to the community service to uplift their social, economic and academic trauma of anguish and ordeal.
The Trust has been duly registered by the Government of West Bengal. Since its inception, the Trust has adopted the following developmental measures:
It had set up an English Medium School, Apex Academy at a very affordable low cost where about 1000 students prosecute their studies at present.
It had set up another free primary school, Apex Free Primary School with the capacity of 100 students. Uniforms, books and stationeries are given to them totally free of cost. The students come from the poverty-stricken B.P.L. card holder families only.
The Trust donates text books to the school and college students of Mahishadal Block every year. Three students of each of the 29 Madhyamik and H.S. schools of the Block are given four books per head (i.e. 3x4x29 = 348 and more books are given every year). Some poor and needy college students are also given some text books.
The Trust has undertaken the financial responsibility of a poor/meritorious doctor/engineering student. The Trust has borne the expenses of Sri Niladri Das, an M.B.B.S. student of R.G.Kar Medical College.
The Trust sponsors sports materials and uniforms to some deserving sports personalities.