About us

Who we are

We are a team of change-makers who believe that every person is entitled to respect, justice, and a decent life. We join hands to raise voices and create a better future for everyone.

We, EJI Knowledge Foundation is an association Not-for-profit, registered under Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 in the year 2022, works for Equality and justice in all spheres of life. Protect the fundamental and constitutional rights of including transgenders, Under Trial Prisoners (UTPs), promote and develop a crime-free society to improve the quality of life of humans. We believe in gender neutrality and stigma-free world throughout the country. Our area of operation is also mentioned in the list of 17 SDGs of UN, i.e., Gender Equality, reduced inequalities, Peace, Justice & strong institutions, etc.

TEJI the name speaks Together for Equality, Justice & Integrity aims to work on the rehabilitation and economic empowerment of inmates and their dependants, Run a campaign to aware the public at large about the Dos and Don’ts of a decent civic society. Human dignity with equality is the core of each and every idea for development and modernization. We want respect, justice, and a decent life to live for everybody.

Our approach

Our Mission
Our mission is to make sure all of us live on CRIME-FREE LAND.

Whether it is a reassuring conversation, financial help, education, professional training, or simply the assurance that they are not alone, we will make sure that everyone gets the support that meets them where they’re at as quickly as possible.

Our Vision

In the present era, powerful people playing with laws to harass the innocent, wrongful convictions, and discrimination. Our entire team wants to see a world where every youngster struggling in any way feels able to reach out and has people who’ll help them with education, jobs, and more. We want to spread out in every region so we’ll be reachable to all.

Our Director speak

My soul was shaken when I saw and read the wrongful conviction of Vishnu Tiwari who spent 20 years in Jail without committing any crime. I have met many people in jail who don’t know the crime or act they did, no one is coming to help them. Most of them are economically poor and illiterate.

I have seen many friends, nearby relatives involved in fake cases, and behind the bars without any evidence. Specially in matrimonial disputes and sexual exploitation matters.

Dinesh Vats

Dr. Yogender Gour

A postgraduate in Commerce and Company Secretary by profession having more than a decade of experience in corporate laws, FEMA
 and Banking Laws.

A Doctorate in Philosophy and teaching in the commerce department of SBMN
University with more than 10 years of experience.