Vision: To promote education as a vehicle for rural development
Mission: To make a lifelong difference to the lives of rural underprivileged girls and boys through holistic education
Goal: To Educate, Engage and Empower rural girls and boys
RDF schools strive to create India’s future leaders, people who not only respect their rich, cultural heritage but are also ready to lead their country into the future. Our constant endeavor includes our sincere attempt to inculcate into young minds a civic sense and social responsibility.
As an educational organization, RDF encourages students to think beyond textbooks. Teachers promote social awareness by providing a forum for open discussion and debate on current issues like dowry, pollution, gender discrimination and other social issues. RDF alumni frequent their alma mater and teach the present generation of students, this is a way of giving back to their school. Additionally, teachers emphasize the importance of preserving and respecting one’s roots and environment through activities like traditional dance, folklore, handicrafts, organic gardening and cleaning. This has encouraged students to be proud of who they are. They believe in the dignity of labour and are happy with their identity.
We, at RDF, hope our students and alumni will be in touch and continue to be proud of their roots.
As part of our larger vision to extend education to a larger community, we have tied up with Tech Mahindra Foundation in 2013 and adopted two government schools in Bahdoorpally. RDF staff train and guide teachers to embody our values of play-learning, the importance of creativity and sports. Both schools have been awarded as the best schools in the district in 2016.
RDF students have benefitted from our commitment to give access to sports an integral part of our curriculum. Many children have realized their inner potential through the opportunities and training provided and have participated in international and national competitions. Pranitha, an RDF alumnus represented India in archery at the Olympics in Beijing 2008. Lavanya and Sharadha also represented our country in the World Police Meet in USA and bagged two gold medals and one silver.