HYDERABAD: Known for its work for the community and especially the children in the destitute areas of Bhubaneswar, Desire Foundation is all set to step into Hyderabad in a couple of months. Under their on-going project ‘Adhyayan’ they make an attempt to admit eligible children from various slums across the city to private schools under the RTE Act section 12 (1)(c) of the Indian constitution which mandates a minimum of 25 percent reservation for children at the entry level belonging to economically and socially weaker sections in private unaided primary schools.
Three years ago, a bunch of youngsters from KIIT university founded Desire foundation. With a motto to encourage social entrepreneurship, they started manufacturing books and lights for slum dwellers. This was also the time when they realised that the problem is not the facilities, but lack of education.  
Speaking to the City Express the team coordinator said, “Along with …
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