DMR School

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History of DMR school

Hyderabad Council of Human Welfare started the full-fledged school in July 2013 to provide free and quality education to children from financially challenged and/or disintegrated families. The school offers CBSE and SSC combined education to the students. The timings of the school are from 09.00 am to 04.00 pm. The school is recognized by the Government of Telangana State.

Eligibility Criteria

Orphan children are always given priority
  • - Children from poor, disadvantaged and disintegrated families
  • - Children from financially challenged families
  • - Drop outs but in the school going age
  • - Children who had never been to school but in the school going age

Vision | Mission | Goal | Objective



LKG (Lower Kindergarten)

Strength 45

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UKG (Upper Kindergarten)

Strength 38

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FIRST Standard

Strength 25

15 10

SECOND Standard

Strength 49

25 24

THIRD Standard

Strength 46

23 23

FOURTH Standard

Strength 40

19 21

FIFTH Standard

Strength 33

11 22

SIXTH Standard

Strength 21

10 11

SEVENTH Standard

Strength 25

12 13

EIGTH Standard

Strength 25

10 15

NINTH Standard

Strength 18

11 7

TENTH Standard

Strength 23

5 18

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Student Activities


DMR School Introduction


DMR School

  • We work with neglected children (living on streets and in other difficult circumstances) and marginalized urban and rural population, addressing the issues of protection, education, health and livelihoods.
  • We have reached out to more than 1,27,772 children as on 31st March 2018
  • While working with children living on streets and in other difficult circumstances, we have realized that all our efforts are focused upon curative aspects that starts once the child leaves his/her home and lands on street living all alone or in any other crisis situation.
  • As a result, most of our beneficiaries need the services of Residential Care Centre and the whole long process whereby they de learn their learnings and get on to the track of rehabilitation
  • The entire process of rehabilitation and mainstreaming is not only time consuming but also involves huge cost.
  • Next, proportionate to the number of children we rehabilitate in a year, the number of children coming on the streets is much higher
  • Thus, we started thinking in terms of including and addressing the preventive aspect also along with curative and rehabilitative option with regard to these children
  • We felt that it is imperative for us to address the issue of prevention of children from coming on to the streets in order to complete the continuum of care for these children
  • Available data support and the rich experience gained during the long period of working with children and their families confirmed that children who are orphans; who have single parent; who have both parents but both involved in daily wage earning are devoid of care and parenting and therefore highly vulnerable and at risk of leaving their home and landing on streets
  • It is observed that while the parents are at work, the children who do not go to school loiter in the neighborhood the whole day
  • As they grow up their loitering does not restrict to their neighborhood alone and it extends for beyond which could be detrimental for children.
  • It is easier for such children to think in terms of staying on their own on streets with other peers
  • HCHW has been working with children living on streets and in other difficult situations through its project entitled Rescue, Rehabilitation and Mainstreaming of Children (RRMC) launched in 1993 addressing the issue of child rights focused upon protection, education, health and livelihoods.
  • Education is one of the best mechanisms to ensure the protection of children while the parents are at work during the day time. It is believed that engaging and imparting education to children is the best option to address the issues of protection, wellbeing and safeguarding their rights.
  • As a result a beginning was made in July 2013 and we succeeded in enrollment of 80 children by end of August 2013. DMR School is in fact a platform for such children who cannot afford fees to seek education in reputed schools.
  • It is decided that education will be imparted to the poor and neglected children at free of cost and the necessary funds required to operate the school will be raised through sponsorship support from local and international donors – individual and organizations.