Village Rajolaka is a small village in the Palwal District of Haryana. This village is about twenty kilometres from the main township and the main source of income for the villagers is agriculture. Inhabited by around one hundred and fifteen households, this village has a population of over one thousand people. Health, Sanitation, Education, Youth Development and livelihood skills are the core issues which need immediate attention at this village. This village is surrounded by ten to twelve villages in close proximity and the situation in these villages are similar to this village.

So far the activities have been confined to:-

  1. Creating general awareness programs.
  2. Training programs for farmers to increase yield.
  3. Health camps and Nutrition Camps.
  4. Education program for small children
  5. Vocational training for youth

In the future, we plan to create infrastructural facilities for running the PMKVY program and opening a quality English medium preparatory school for mainstreaming next generation into good public schools.


- To bridge the gap between Research Scientists and the farmer by setting up dedicated Workshop training facilities at District Palwal, Haryana.
-  Means of supplementing farm income through subsidiary occupation as well as the upcoming technologies of food processing are also discussed.
-  Training is done via visual-aids and classroom sessions.
-  Special programmes for farm women have also been designed to enable them to contribute equally to agricultural productivity.
-  Special attention is also given to farmers from SC/ST categories.


- To spread awareness on social issues, farming methods, micro finance and tackling issues of sanitation in an environment where masses are involved.
-  Annual volleyball tournaments are conducted by us, and we invite teams from nearby villages.
-  Cultural evenings are organized as well.


Objective: The welfare of children
- Two teachers were appointed to help the children not only to complete their homework but also with a view which gives a strong foundation and creates interest in studies.
- Nearly one hundred children each year benefit from this programme.
- Educational material, free books and stationery items and recreational toys have been provided to the children.