Under this scheme, those covered are assured a home for their lifetime, good medical care and decent quality care services. The Gharaunda centre also provides training in vocational and pre-vocational skills to the residents. It is supposed to organise further training if any resident requires it.
A batch at the centre can have up to 20 beneficiaries, extendable to 26. Each batch should have an equal number of members from economically well off and low income groups. Those belonging to the former can be charged a fee determined by the organisation running the centre. It can also collect donations from individuals/ institutes to cover the costs of keeping the centre functioning properly.