Shri Balkishan Goenka believed that education goes a long way in building the future of young lives.
He established schools and colleges where ever he went to create a positive impact on society while doing business.
He established a Higher Secondary School in Myanmar and in Rajasthan.
Dwarkadas Rameshwarlal (D.R.) Goenka Govt Arts and Science College, Andhra Pradesh.
Dwarkadas Rameshwarlal (D.R.) Goenka Women's Degree College, Andhra Pradesh.
Dwarkadas Rameshwarlal (D.R.) Goenka Junior College, Andhra Pradesh.Photo Gallery
We recognize that all students are uniquely talented. Teaching is a challenging but a very rewarding profession, with teachers playing an essential part in helping children and young people to acquire and develop the knowledge and skills they will need in later life.
• The child development project aims to provide care and support to 60 orphan & street children. Today, we have 3 caretakers and a fulltime resident warden cum teacher. Periodic health check-up is conducted by a doctor. All the students are given quality education, nutritious food, training in crafts and hobbies, music, yoga, sports etc. Ample stress is given to develop leadership skills in each and every student.
Long Term Impact
• Confidence level will increase amongst the children and they will become a good asset to the communityPhoto Gallery
A homeless child was motivated to join a school. He worked hard and secured 1st rank in the class with the intervention of 3F Swaabhimaan Foundation under its CSR project.
Master Yesubabu had lost his parents and was living with his grandmother aged 70 years at Adavikolanu village of Ganapavaram mandal, West godavari district, Andhra pradesh India. Being and old lady with little means, she was unable to keep the child away from petty vices. News about the lone child listlessly wandering the village roads without attending any school reached 3F Swaabhimaan Foundation. Immediately a representative rushed to the area, identified the child and admitted him to foundation's home.Read More
3F Swabhimaan Foundation has started 90 days tailoring & embroidery course so that women can become self-reliant and earn a sustained living.
• Beneficiaries are selected through various methods like identification of the target families during field visits, enquiry within the local community and direct requests from potential beneficiaries.
• Beneficiaries are then shortlisted based on their attitude and approach, education levels, learning capabilities, personal verification and by collecting data on the beneficiary's socio-economical conditions.
Details of training
• Students are taught cutting, stitching and machine maintenance.
• Both theory and practical sessions are conducted.
• Certificates are given to successful candidates.
• Machines are distributed on 50% subsidy to ensure that they continue with the vocation.