Our Trust has taken up the responsibility of supporting meritorious students from rural areas, who have no means of financial support. Especially, students pursuing Medicine, Engineering and professional degree courses are provided with financial support to pursue their academic career.
Support to Orphan Children
Support to Merit Students of Rural Areas
Supporting Schools in Rural Areas
Providing Writing Material and Stationery to Rural Schools
We distribute Books and other study materials in schools of rural areas. Since 2007, we have been helping many meritorious students who get admission into Engineering, Medicine and other professional courses. We do this on a continuous basis, till they complete their education.
Our support includes:
Scholarship for academic fees
Through our Trust, we actively counsel and help locals to enrol their Children into Schools and ensure that almost all children avail formal education.
Over the years, we have embarked on serious task of helping merit students whose parents cannot afford to send them to higher studies.
The Trust has adopted a 9 year old girl child whose parents died of AIDS, based on a report published in Andhra Jyothi Daily. The girl is in now is studying in Govt School at Kona, Kalakada Mandal, Chittoor District. She will be supported for further education and her employment / settlement.
The Trust has undertaken the responsibility of a student who got 90th rank in Medical entrance 2006 and whose parents could not afford his studies. The Trust has supported him by providing scholarship to meet the expenses of MBBS at SVRR Medical College, Tirupati.
The Trust has paid college fees for a handicapped student who wanted to join B.A (Computers) at B.T.College, Madanapalle during the academic year 2007-08.
The Trust took care of an Orphan student to continue Intermediate course at Vidyodaya College, Tirupati and also supported him in taking long term coaching for EAMCET.
The Trust provides Books, writing material etc. in rural areas so that the parents do not feel the extra burden to send their children to school.
Educational support provided for 5 students of Engineering, 3 students of Medicine and 6 more from other professional courses.