“Some People want it to happen, others make it happen”



Rural Development Foundation has widened its boundaries by entering into a new partnership with Tech Mahindra Foundation to implement “School Based Quality Improvement Program” in a Govt. Mandal Parishad Primary School, Bahadurpally, Hyderabad. Rural Development Foundation, Tech Mahindra Foundation and Rajiv Vidya Mission have signed  Memorandum of Understanding to impart quality education. Sr. PET Mr. Lakshmi Narayana is one such mentor – His action depicts – “Boys’ do not follow me, follow my Rhythm”.

Experience the Joy of Giving


Rural Development Foundation is a voluntary organization. It continues to support and give high quality education to underprivileged children of rural India. RDF supports four schools and one Junior college in two districts of Telengana. Due to the selfless efforts of RDF, the schools together have more than 1700 students enrolled in them.

Youth for Seva has given its helping hand to RDF donating school bags to the RDF kids. Each bag contained note books, pens, water bottle, stickers, dictionary, etc., we encourage students and parents to motivate others and lend their support to help each other to make a better future.

We convey our heartfelt thanks to Youth for Seva for their generous donation.

Tomorrow’s Leaders


 Students of Matendla School are given opportunity to lead our School Assembly in the morning. They are empowered to lead the session to showcase their special talents during the morning assemblies. A news reader is selected each day to read out the news ranging from sports news to science news and meditation, chanting hymn. While the students get chance to lead the assembly, teachers act as mentors and guide them at every step. Allowing students to take up leadership roles and garner the sense of independence. By empowering our students to become the leaders of tomorrow, we hope they will utilize the skills learned during the morning assemblies and continue to exhibit them throughout their lives.

Enhancing Self Defense through Karate

Self Defense

RDF Redlawada high school students practice Karate after school hours. The students practice Karate every evening from 4:45pm to 5:30pm. Introduction of karate in the school has seen many students build up their confidence levels and courage. The Physical Education Teacher Mr. Anil who joined recently is an experienced Karate Master, gives coaching and important tricks and tips to the students to face all kind of problems. It is a known fact that Karate acts as a weapon in self-protection, especially among girls and women. Karate also helps in improving health and strength among students and develops them into a good socially responsible citizen of tomorrow.

Taken with Taekwondo!

Development of martial arts in Matendla School has seen the rise and success of some of its girls at the State & National level. This year onwards, the school has added Taekwondo classes, in addition to its successful Karate program. Students of classes 2 to 10 put in practice before and after school. The new teacher has inspired several students to take to this sport enthusiastically. They hope that with rigorous training, they can continue to shine in the Sports arena, by making their presence felt at the State & National levels. Another feather in the schools’ cap to Educate, Engage & Empower its students!

Quizzing Buzz!

??????????????????????????????? It is always heartening to see the self initiative and proactiveness of the school community to enhance the standards of education in the respective schools. Rollakal organizes regular quiz competitions every Saturday and awards prizes to successful candidates/groups in order to motivate them. The quizzes focus on academic subjects and General Knowledge too. The healthy competition and fun generated through quizzing has really inspired students, with most asking for them even more frequently! Learning happens automatically when it is fun!

Campaign for Composting

???????????????????????????????With the growing concern around usage of chemical fertilizers in agriculture & promotion of organic methods, the RDF teacher and student community is learning ways of organic and natural farming. High school students in Redlawada School initiated a project with their Science teacher to make ‘bio-compost’ using waste material. The objective is to learn to make bio compost and promote it in their local communities, so that farms decrease their usage of chemical fertilizers and adopt environmental friendly methods. Our children endorse healthy and eco friendly practices, so that local communities work towards a greener and healthier future!


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