Sports & Cultural Activities
Sports & Cultural Activities

Sports has been RDT's focus area right from 1978 as part of its work in education. Sports and cultural activities are given equal importance because these activities boost self-confidence, foster a sense of inclusion and inculcate leadership qualities that ultimately lead to positive personality formation.

In the first phase of sports promotion, sports equipments are supplied to schools, to allow students opportunities to participate in sports. In the second phase, the organisation opens up avenues for promising students to join coaching academies from young age. Along with coaching, the students are also provided with formal education.

240 children undergoing training in various sports academies in RDT Sports Village, Ananthapuram, during 2015-16

780 students trained in various sports/games in 15 centres at field level

13 Athletes (6 male and 7 female) from RDT, represented India in Special Olympics, Los Angeles in July 2015, and won 3 gold, 5 silver and 9 bronze

382 girls took part in central level rural athletics for girls