Achievements

  • Conducted retreats every month “for personality development and transformed the lives of 16841 men and women of different ages brought up in different environments, suffering from various problems of family disputes, financial failures, career failures, fear psychosis, suicidal tendencies. Traumas of various kinds. All of them are now leading their normal lives.
  • Due to regular counseling many people were brought out of psycho somatic problems.
  • IOM has helped around 19872 families solve problems like psychosomatic problems, economic problems ad differences in the families through spiritual retreats called “Manava Kalyana Utsavam” and are today very happy.
  • IOM has worked in the rural belts of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana & Karnataka and got many rid of the evil of alcoholism, tobacco etc.
  • We have adopted two old age homes. The services provided to them are medical, food, clothing and regular counseling to keep them mentally sound.
  • We have economically rehabilitated 54 families in various villages across A.P, Telangana & Karnataka by providing financial and moral assistance in setting up their own small businesses.
  • Assisted 50 handicapped children.
  • Provided scholarships to fifty five students to complete their primary education.
  • Constructed a drinking water tank at vepalagadda village in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Launched a programme – “Keep Mysore City Clean” in joint venture with Rotary international.
  • Conducted 34 medical camps, creating awareness for health care.
  • Organized tree plantation programmes at various places in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana & Karnataka.
  • Conducted seminars in schools and colleges on patriotism, character building, moral and ethical values.
  • Conducted Yoga classes for children, college students, villagers and urban populace.
  • Conducted cultural programmes highlighting the disadvantages of drug addiction, drinking alcohol, chewing tobacco and unsafe sex.
  • By the efforts of our economic assistance committee, the lift irrigation project at the village of Dhadeshwar in Sindhnoor taluk, Raichur district of Karnataka has been successfully executed converting 1000 acres of dry land to irrigation lands. Thus benefiting 375 farmers and their families. The economic assistance team was headed by Prof. Gajanan Kulkarni, First dean of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and assisted by Mr. E Shiva Shankaram, former General Manager Andhra Bank. The entire farmers were brought together on one platform by the relentless effort of their leader Mr. N Sarveshwar Rao.