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Contact Us

The working office of our organization is situated in Dilsukhnagar, the address of which is given below. This is the address we advise you to resort to if you intend to contact us by post. Our orphanage, Yagna Bhavan, is located in Maruthi Nagar where you are free to come, spend your valuable time with our children and meet our members in person any time.

Yagna Office - Address

Dr. K. Rajasekhar
18-53/2, Kamala Nagar,
Dilsukhnagar,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India – 500 060.
Phone: 9603347915, 9603347913, 9603347919
Email: info@yagnafoundation.org
Email: info.yagna@gmail.com

Yagna Bhavan - Address

The orphanage is not just a place of shelter to our children but also the venue for spiritual discussions and our monthly meetings.
H.No: 1-5-584, Road No – 5,
Opp. SVS Heights,
New Maruthi Nagar,
Chaitanyapuri,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India – 500 035.
Phone: 9603347920.

Swami Vivekananda Gurukul of Human Excellence - Address

Mahavir Hospital Road,
Shivareddypet,
Vikarabad,
Rangareddy District, Andhra Pradesh, India – 501 101.
Phone: 9603347915, 9866203740.

Swami Vivekananda Gurukul of Human Excellence

  • # Students: 42 ( #orphans: 16; #semi-orphans: 18; #very poor: 8 )
  • # Teachers: 5
  • # Caretakers: 3

FACILITIES

  • Natural Gurukul environment
  • Value based Education
    • Purnavidya
    • CBSE syllabus
    • Yoga
    • Sloka chanting and Scientific Revelation
  • Food
  • Accomodation – Seperate Hostels for Girls and Boys
  • Free Uniforms and Dresses
  • All basic needs
  • 24 hours Medical supervision and assistance
Salient Features at Swami Vivekananda Gurukul can be briefly summarized as follows:
  • To make one realize his Real Self & Infinite Human Potential.
  • To produce a model of Education that produces Spiritual Giants – capable of visualizing the goals of mankind; addressing the problems and having character that can stand the toughest of physical, mental, social and spiritual challenges at all times.
  • To lay strong emphasis on value and moral education. School has specially crafted its value education & moral education programs through series of well structured academic and co-curricular activities.
  • To promote Holistic education, which focuses on promoting human excellence and providing ‘man making education’, through creative study schemes aimed at nurturing scholastic, physical, social and social and cultural growth of every student.
  • To provide high quality health care and counselling services. Most of the board members who are doctors the & experienced School faculty are also experts in Counseling, Educational Psychology, Child & Adolescent Developmental Psychology and Psychiatry apart from meeting the medical needs of children
  • Integrated Indian Culture as Indian Fine arts, Indian Performing Arts, Indian Languages, etc., is a
    part & parcel of our education system.
  • Concepts in Gurukul are taught in case based, situation based, life problem based, social issue based, national growth based, proposition based system of perspective building approaches demonstrating the need for different sciences.
  • The Gurukul maintains its magazine in which the primary contribution is by students.
  • Multi-year cascade programmes are undertaken
  • Course on the lives and works of great personalities, spiritual and social, with live project work on exploring the lives of unknown but great personalities through primary exploration and secondary reviews funded by the organization.
  • Short term internship programme sending students to various industries, hospitals, etc, across the country with the specific purpose of identifying, nurturing, organizing and developing a student body centered on selfless work and character development.
  • Courses on survival situations – corruption, etc and reaction seminars by students on it.
  • Review- Discussion- Application Model on vital spiritual concepts like Truth, Purity, Fear, Renunciation, Service, Love, Goal, etc.
  • Review- Discussion- Application Model on vital social, national, international, humanitarian
    concepts like Nation, People, System, Society, Class, Religion, Struggle, Movement,
    Livelihood, Health, Education, etc.
  • Project work in Slums, villages, etc.
  • Observance of Blind day, Deaf day, Mute day, Lame day with the intention of developing control over senses, sharpening them and understanding those specially privileged.
  • Extra-Curricular Activities provide substantial physical development via Sports such as Badminton, Basketball, Carrom Board, Chess, Cricket, Hockey, Karate,Squash, Tennis, Volleyball, etc.,
  • Co-Curricular Activities focus on the development of soft skills and teamwork through activities.
  • Indian Fine Arts such as Veena, Mridangam, Carnatic Vocal, Bharatanatyam, Flute, Violin,
    Hindustani, Sitar, Guitar, Cookery,Home Science, Gardening,Farming etc.,
  • Supplementing the theoretical approach to learning, a system of Project based learning which
    includes projects, assignments, small time tasks, & interactive teaching techniques is introduced.
  • Personal monitoring by teachers with evaluations
  • Reports on a monthly basis, with designated benchmark assessments
  • Supportive rather than instructive role of the teacher
  • Complete manifestation of child’s strengths and working on the weaknesses
  • Close interaction with parents
  • An inhibition free atmosphere
  • Learning in an atmosphere of fun & enthusiasm
  • We also provide naturally cultivated & non contaminated crops in our Gurukul.The children are
    involved ingardening and cultivation procedures.

ACHIEVEMENTS

  • For many of the kids, this is first time schooling in their life. Yet within 3 months of inception, they
    are able to frame up even small sentences of their own.
  • All the students do Yoga daily flawlessly.

DAILY SCHEDULE

05:00 – 06:30 am : Jogging, Suryanamaskars, Yoga
06:30 – 07:00 am : Getting Ready
07:00 – 07:30 am : Sloka Chanting
07:30 – 08:00 am : Meditation
08:00 – 08:45 am : Breakfast
08:45 – 09:00 am : Assembly
09:00 – 12:30 pm : Classes
12:30 – 01:30 pm : Lunch
01:30 – 03:40 pm : Classes
03:40 – 04:00 pm : Break
04:00 – 04:30 pm : Snacks
04:30 – 05:10 pm : Sanskrit
05:10 – 06:10 pm : Gardening
06:10 – 06:30 pm : Getting Ready
06:30 – 07:30 pm : Character Orientation/ Bajans
07:30 – 08:30 pm : Dinner
08:30 – 09:00 pm : Doubts, Homework

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