As part of child care keshava seva samithi started Vatsalya Sindhu(A Shelter home for Destitute boys) in secunderabad on 25th December 1989. Vatsalya Sindhu select boys between age group of 7 to 13 years for deserving poor and down-trodden families, who are parentless and not having any other’s support and admits them in Vatsalya Sindhu. We provide them food, clothing, education up to 10th class and bring them up in a homely atmosphere.
At present 50 boys are on rolls and for the last 30 years around 150 destitute boys have benefited through this intuition. After completion of minimum education up to X class, these boys will provided technical training in vocational trades or further education depending upon the child skills and interest, so that they live on their own and we have succeeded in this direction.
Who we are
Keshava Seva Samithi is an NGO working with destitutes and downtrodden section of the society since 1990(regd.No:189/1990). The organization is governed by the board of trustees to decide the policies and supervise the activities and execution.
What we Do
Keshava Seva Samithi working in the slums, semi urban, rural and tribal hamlets of telangana state in the areas of child care, education, skill development and medical aid.
- Orphanage: Vatsalya Sindhu(50 Boys, 150 Passouts)
- Primary School: Madhava Vidyalayam, balaji nagar(151 internally displaced children)
- Tailoring Center: 4 batches per annum(511 women trained)
- Tuition center/Abhyasika: Sanjay Gandhi Nagar
- Life skills for adolescent girls, Leprosy Colony(31 girls per batch,186 trained)
- Single teacher schools: 43 schools in tribal hamlets, Khammam (2900 educated, Mainstreamed)
Where we are
In these past 30 years (silver jubilee history) of keshava seva samithi with the continuous efforts we have seen remarkable change. Few achievements of Keshava Seva Samithi are
- 150 boys passed out from the orphanage and well settled in their life.
- More than 400 children from Madhava Vidyalaym, balaji nagar slums are pursuing their higher studies.
- Around 500 slum women got employment through our tailoring center.
- Around 180 young women also got settled through our special skill development program.
- About 2900 tribal children from hamlets of khammam district are educated and mainstreamed.