Accomplished Projects

Association Saikorian has over the years undertaken innumerable project and activities for the betterment of education and upliftment of the needy segments of the society. Many activities were conducted / undertaken within the city and in slum areas when Krushi Home was operating form its old location in the city limits. These activities have left an indelible mark of improvement nd development in those areas.

The Association will strive to reconnect with the range of activities and projects as a continuous effort to take up socially relevant initiatives. Some of the details of activities which we took up actively and accomplished with elan are endorsed in subsequent paragraphs.

Support to Government Schools

In the year 1997, Project Krushi started seven schools in Hyderabad slums, in association with Balajyothi, a Central Government Programme, working for eradication of child labour. Besides providing basic education to children in the slums, who otherwise had no access to schools, Project Krushi concentrated on the all round development of the children. The success story of these schools is evident from the fact that the State Government has taken over these schools in the year 2001.

Exposure to the Krushi-Balajyothi Schools, has given Project Krushi an insight into the shortcomings in the Government Schools and it was felt that support to the Government schools would help in taking quality education to a large number of children living in urban slums. Towards this end, support to six Government Primary schools was extended in the year 2002-03, by providing them with teaching / learning material, arranging for better accommodation, providing para teachers, ayahs etc., based on the need of each school.

Hyderabad District

Government Primary School,
Indira nagar

366 Students


Government Primary Schoool, Devara Konda Basti

90 Students


Government Upper Primary School, Yellareddy guda

488 Students


Government Primary School (Telugu medium )Sriram nagar

223 Students


Government Primary School (Urdu Medium )Sriram nagar

132 Students


Government Primary School, Vinayak nagar

125 Students


Government High School, Sanath nagar

318 Students


Government Primary School, Ameerpet

180 Students


Government Primary Round Table School, Begumpet

362 Students


Government Primary Round Table School, Begumpet

201 Students


Ranga Reddy District

Mandal Primary School, Parvath nagar

227 Students


Mandal Primary School, K.S. Nagar

253 Students


Mandal Parishad High School, Babbuguda

315 Students


Mandal Primary School, Pardi Basti

366 Students


Mandal Primary School, Goutham nagar

90 Students


Mandal Primary School, Pragati nagar

488 Students


Mandal Parishad High School, R P Colony

223 Students


Mandal Primary School, Venkateswara nagar

132 Students


Mandal Parishad High School, Shamshiguda

125 Students


Mandal Upper Primary School, Yellammabanda

318 Students


Mandal Primary School, Gowdavally

180 Students


Mandal Parishad High School, Gowdavally

362 Students


B. K. Guda


The concept of “Community Centers” was first introduced in the B. K. Guda slum in March 2002. This is one of the largest slums in the Twin Cities, located in an inaccessible area, sandwiched between the Hyderabad Airport and the Railway Line. With financial support from Friends Indeed, the centre provides vocational training – presently in the field of embroidery, crochet/tatting and tailoring for girls to supplement their family income.

Pardhi Basthi


The second community centre was taken up in the Pardhi Basthi slum, in Fatehnagar, and has become operational from January, 2003. It is located in one of the rooms of the renovated school building. The enthusiasm with which the community has joined in the efforts of Project Krushi is heartening and vocational courses on similar lines as in B. K. Guda slum are being introduced in this Centre.

Borabanda – H.F. Nagar


This centre was started in 2004 October. 40 women have been trained and another 30 are going to finish their training by the end of January. A community centre UPADHI was constructed within the Krushi Home Premises and Welding and stitching equipment have been installed. The centre is expected to start functioning soon. The 25 station computer centre has started functioning.

Project Krushi was started on 15th October, 1992 with Registration No. 3728 of 1992 with a simple idea of care for children in difficult circumstances, eradication of child labour & upliftment of Children in Urban Slums.

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