About Manchukonda Foundation
The Foundation adopted a Government Primary School, Shaikpet in 2016 and provided the school with core facilities and other academic infrastructure. As most of the Government Schools in the country are less equipped in terms of faculty, facilities and other infrastructure, the Foundation had decided to adopt one such school and help the school in achieving academic excellence on par with well equipped private schools. The Foundation had provided following support to another primary school, Government Boys Primary School (Old Malakpet) to enhance its academic infrastructure. The Foundation had organized a flood relief camp near Umamaheswara Colony, Kompally and distributed food items to the flood-affected public during floods in September 2016.
Adoption of GPS, Kaladera, Hyderabad
Sarva Sri. Manchukonda Prakasham Garu, Founder & Trustee of Manchukonda Foundation. Adopted the School with Triparty MOU of Director and Commissioner Director of School Education of Telangana and DEO, Hyderabad District for 10 years on 3rd January 2020 with the help of Sri. G.V. Badrinarayana Garu
They donated the following
Projector (2Nos.)for Digital Classrooms
Construction of Wall
Construction of Selfs with Bricks
Mic set (Amplifier sound boxes and Mic)
Rs.50,000/- for annual maintenance will be given
Construction of Wall
Construction of Selfs’ with bricks
Computer and Projector for Digital Class
Mic Set (Amplifier Sound boxes with Mic)
Support to Government Boys Primary School, Old Malakpet, Hyderabad
The Foundation had provided following support to another primary school, Government Boys Primary School (Old Malakpet) to enhance its academic infrastructure.
- Drawing Wall Pictures
- Digital Class Room
Conducting Water Camps at Major Locations in Hyderabad City
The Foundation has been conducting water camps at major locations such as NIMS Hospital Gate in Punjagutta; near Indo-American Cancer Hospital Road in Banjara Hills; and near Punjagutta Police Station to serve purified drinking water to the thirsty general public during summer months every year.
Conducting Relief Camps
The Foundation had organized a flood relief camp near Umamaheswara Colony, Kompally and distributed food items to the flood-affected public during floods in September 2016.