The Executive Director of SKDRDP Dr. L. H. Manjunath inaugurated the taluk level women’s seminar and Jnanavikasa Centre at Tiptur Taluk and gave information about the Jnanavikasa programmes. Later, he distributed the DL to the women who are trained for auto driving under Jnanavikasa programme. The Regional Director of Bangalore Sri. Sheenappa M., Coordinators of […]
The Executive Director of SKDRDP Dr. L. H. Manjunath inaugurated the new project office and handed over the 373rd rejuvenated lake under Nammuru Namma Kere programme at Tiptur Rural.
President of SKDRDP Rev. Shri. D. Veerendra Heggade inaugurated the Pragathi Bandhu SHG Women’s Conference and Achievers programme organized by SKDRDP® at Ananda Magdum Kalyan Mantap, Dharwad and said, women hold the responsibilities of her family even with job. So, the knowledge gained by her are the reason for financial growth of the family. The […]
Smt. Bhagyamma is a resident of Kodagenahalli, Madhugiri Taluk of Tumkur-2 District is a member of Bhavani self-help group. She lives with her husband and they have a son who is now studying in 4th standard. She started a small shop to lead financial problems. Due to lack of fund, she led her life by […]
Sri. Shekar Naik is a resident of Amasebailu Village, Kundapura Taluk. He droped his education after PUC cause of poverty and engaged in agricultural work at home. He started drinking with his friends and slowly addicted himself to alcohol. In 2004 he got married with Kasturi. She faced difficulties due to his drinking habit. She […]
Smt. Anitha resident of Toralakki village, Bangarpete Taluk, Kolar District. Her husband owns a small land where he grows crops only during monsoon. The land dries in other seasons and due to a lack of other sources of income no crops can be grown in that land. So, to manage the family expenses, he had […]
The Shri Kshethra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project (SKDRDP) was founded with single important purpose of "Inclusive Rural Development". To achieve this we created 3 main things for Individuals. They were Loans, Insurance & Pensions which ushered Financial Stability.
- Linkage to banks (earstwhile Pragathi Nidhi)
- Sampoorna Suraksha Health Insurance
- NPS now Atal Pension Yojana (APY)
To enable people to inculcate the habit of helping others, we started organizing Self-Help Groups which are called as Pragathi Bandhu Groups (PBG). Our lending and Training programs are geared towards members and their families. As every family has 3 types of people, we have special programs focused these 3 focus groups.
- Family Head - huge array of programs under Agriculture division.
- Women Empowerment - Jnanavikasa to make them self-sustainable.
- Children SujnanaNidhi scholarship.
Apart from family, Community also matters, hence we have a special division called as CDP (Community Development Programs) to develop the Rural Infrastructure.