Mahila Sanskhema Kendram (Women Welfare Centre)
Mahila Sanskhema Kendram (Women Welfare Centre) - named after Arutla Kamala Devi, the legendary personality of heroic Telangana Armed struggle, Smt Gujjula Sarala Devi, who fought for the cause of women welfare and Smt Yerlagada Bhagyavathi, a heroic womens leader, was started on 6th November 2005 in the premises of C.R.Foundation. Shrimathi Panabaka Lakshmi, the then health minister, Government of India inaugurated the Kendram and the foundation stone for the building was laid by Shrimathi Pratibha Bharati, former speaker of A.P.Assembly.
Many cultural and positive motivational activities to enhance career development for young women are also being promoted in the centres.
Smt. D. Purandareswari, Hon'ble Union Minister for Human Resouces Development inaugurated the second building of the Kendram, on 1st January 2007. Many vocational courses are being conducted here for poor young women. Each batch consists of nearly hundred students. They are getting training in tailoring, embroidery; quilt bag making, jardousi craft and also computer operation.