The Madhava Awasam, at Miryalaguda, Nalgonda dist has a total strength of 16 deserving boys. This home was established in October 2009 with an intention to provide congenial environment for the deserving and poor children to help them realize their dreams.
4 students have been selected for bravery awards by district administration.
Won prizes in Classical singing, Long Jump, High Jump and Science Fairs etc.
Sri Saraswathi Sishu Mandir, Vidyanagar Area
Vivekananda Awasam started in 2009 is situated at Kodad, Nalgonda District. This home is for the children who are deprived of childhood. As of today Vivekananda Awasam is accommodating around 30 Students.
Students who finished education in this home are living with decent Earnings and Respect.
Working with Child rights since 1989 one lesson that we have learnt has been that on an average 50% of children dropout of schools even before the reach their 5th standard. Swami Vivekananda awasam is an initiative to encourage child education and not just child literacy. Providing children a congenial atmosphere, for at least those who perform well in a screening test and also qualify as needy. These children all selected from the govt. primary schools shall be trained in respective areas including sports and games as well as academics. In the first stage of selection a total of 26 children have been selected, and a total of around 100 children will be accommodated in the 5 acre well built home. The Awasam shall also act as a hub of various community development initiatives including training programs to the volunteers at various levels.
With initiative from the local community volunteers of Seva Bharathi approached all the primary schools and selected children that are in need of a scholarship. Students who perform well in education and sports were given priority taking into account their family financial status.
Seva Bharathi has worked in Medak district from the year 2000 – 2005 in the areas of medical aid, providing the crucial T.B eradication drugs and counseling the TB affected families through the Seva Bharathi DOTS program. Complementing the Govt. efforts for eradicating the most deadly disease that cripples national productivity. It is in 2006 that Seva Bharathi volunteers decided to take another initiative with the community participation and identify the needy for a home.
Swami Vivekananda Awasam
Vivekananda Seva Samiti,
Medak Road, Ramayampet