1. Third Party Audit (Section Manager Survey), to know the Ground Level Problems from Section Managers to improve the service levels of HMWSSB to people of Hyderabad.
2. Consumer Feedback Survey on HMWSSB Service Levels
3. Water Awareness Camps(Save Water) In Bastis
4. College Orientation Programmes in Engineering Colleges
5. Third Party Evaluation on Urban Mission Bhagiratha Scheme
6. ORR 190 Villages Survey Surrounding Outer Ring Road to collect the information of current water infrastructure of villages by involving various engineering colleges.
We organized annual talent show for government blind school children by providing basic educational kits.
We organized plantation programs in government schools in the Hyderabad city.
We organized awareness campaigns for sensitizing the voters in the areas like Borabanda, Hitech City and Kukatpally for voting without taking any money. We took pledges from people thousands in number with daily mini rallies for one month culminating in a large rally of youth before elections time.
We conducted surveys to know the ways how Anganwadis work to provide nutrition and how we can improvise the methods.
We visited five highly affected government schools in rural Vishakapatnam to survey and implement the needs to restore the learning environment. We also participated in rehabilitation activities for converting those five schools into green schools, with the help of Gitam University students.
We conducted an awareness drives as a part of “బడిబాట, back-to-school programme”, for Government schools like Government Primary School, New Bhoiguda where the Head Masters/Mistress are proactive. We reached up to 100 houses around every school and explained the locals about the facilities provided in the school and we were able to get student admissions.
We conducted cleanliness programmes in various public areas like government schools and government hospitals.
We conducted “Salute to the honesty” Program by conducting surveys on traffic cops of all the traffic police stations of Cyberabad to find and felicitate sincere traffic constables in order to appreciate the honest among them.
We conducted career counselling sessions for class 10th students of government schools which was very helpful for the students to set a clear path to achieve their goal.
We worked with Government Upper Primary School in Nandanavanam, L.B.Nagar, and started taking 3-hour classes for classes 5,6,& 7, twice a week.
We rescued more than 20child labourers and child beggars and got them to join in the government RSTC where they will be provide free education upto 10th standard along with food and accommodation.
We filled up potholes in areas like L.B.Nagar and Borabanda, partnering with Shramadaan Foundation, to study what all we require to fill such potholes.
We conducted a survey among the blind people in Hyderabad to know the facilities they are availing from the government and took suggestions for the betterment of the blind hostels.
We conducted three national conferences under the banner “Meet For Action” to discuss over various issues of national importance like Child labour, women empowerment, village development, etc., to draft solutions for implementation.
We conducted fundraising events, namely IGNYT, to raise funds for career counselling sessions that to help in making rural students dream BIG and set a career path.
We conducted environment workshops in few government schools around Hyderabad, explaining the students about the importance of recycling and reusing for a green and eco-friendly environment.
We conducted youth motivation and interaction programmes with eminent personalities from social and education sectors to provide career orientation to students and also sensitize them about the real challenges of India.
With an aim to provide free computer education to rural government school students and engaging local youth in the village development activities, we initiated Project Digital Literacy in Mothkur village of Ranga Reddy District. We brought a win-win model of intervention by picking up Mr. Yadaiah, an unemployed youth, training him under our expert guidance and setting him on the floor to train others. We fixed and renovated the uncared and unfit computer lab and launched Project Digital Literacy on August 15th, 2013.
We collected books of various genres from many college students and social organizations and set up a library in the government school of Mothkur village giving the local students an access to gain more knowledge.
We conducted a medical camp in Thurpupalem for 352 people, of whom 200 patients were provided free spectacles and 20 were treated were treated with free eye surgery on the same day.