Livelihood Training Center @ Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad, AP

Livelihood Training Center


We, at TMAD, have been thinking of setting up a training center for livelihood ever since we started supporting the LTC in Vijayawada. As the initiative requires huge funding and more no. of volunteers, we kept on deferring the idea.


Thanks to Sri Kameswara Rao, who came forward to offer his buidling (which he constructed in the name of his father and uncle exclusively for social work) as venue for any good activity, we decided to pursue this idea.


Academic excellence need not be the only way for securing a livelihood. Those who are not interested to pursue higher studies for various reasons would be encouraged and provided alternate means of income.  Students or the women in need might not be aspirants of a good academic credentials but want to stand on their own and be financially independent.


We will be teaching MS-Office, DTP and Pagemaker. This will not be a mere training center to teach subject. We want to develop it as a transformational center. We want to uplift them by all possible means. We will conduct Personality Development programmes for each batch so that they can express themselves, be confident and open in communication.


We are in discussion with various organizations who set up and have been successfully running such centers. We try to work in collaboration with them to the extent possible.


Thanks to all donors who generously contributed to take this idea forward as soon as we shared it with them. We could raise one lakh rupees for maintenance of the center.



Our regular expenses would be salaries to the tutors. Expenses including the maintenance would be in the range of 15k to 20k every month.



One Time for Setup:

Thanks to google, our group featured in the search of Mr. Rene Trescases of who was looking for a good project in India which is aimed at computer education. After initial discussion, he agreed to consider our LTC project for donation.


Thanks to ScriptLance Community, they contributed Rs. 50,000 to us. Their help has been very timely when we were struggling for fund for setting up the center. We will be using this amount for computer tables, computer chairs, class room chairs, white board, almirah and purifier.


One Time for Maintenance:

1. Naren Kollu - Rs. 25,000

2. Anonymous Donor (friend of Jayadev) - 350$ - Rs. 15,000

3. Thiagarajan garu - for first month maintenance - Rs. 10,000

4. Vinay and friends - Rs. 25,000

5. Padma - Rs. 1000

6. Phanindra - Rs. 3000

7. Archana - Rs. 680

Regular for Maintenance:

1. Abbas - Rs. 6000 (@ Rs. 2000 per month since Oct'11)

2. Athmeeya Foundation - Rs. 1000 (will be contributing once we launch the center)

3. Sarath Chandra's friend - Rs. 1000 (for initial six months once we launch the center)

Total Fund Collected So Far: Rs. 1,10,680



1. 10 Computer Chairs - Rs. 16000

2. 10 Computer Tables - Rs. 13250

3. Tax - Rs. 1100

Total Amount Spent So Far: Rs. 30350


Remaining Fund: Rs. 80,330



Hema Sailaja, Sivaji, Naveen, Naresh, Ram Naresh, Sarath Chandra, Madhavi and Prasanthi


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