100 Students Cracked NEET

    It’s a tale of 100 poor students from social welfare residential educational institutions who endured hardships and their hardships became their strengths. Today, they stand tall having overcome abject poverty and deprivation to make it to medical colleges across the country. They are first generation learners from impoverished families of daily wage labourers, roadside tea sellers, landless farmers, vegetable vendors, fruit sellers, construction workers and masons hailing from SC/ST communities. The success stories of these 100 social and tribal welfare students in NEET 2019 stand as a testament to the fact the gap between rich and poor is opportunity.

    Shirisha Secures Gold Medal

    My ambition is to become a world champion in sailing and bring laurels to the country’, says Shirisha after the gold medal at the national level Junior Coastal Multiclass Regatta championship held at Mumbai from 27 April 2019 to May 2, 2019. What makes her feat truly remarkable is the fact that her mother works as a migrant labourer who has been toiling hard to make both ends meet. Undeterred by grim family background, Shirisha set her eyes firmly on sailing which no other poor student could dare to think of, as it is an expensive sport.

    307 Students Script History in JEE (Mains) 2019

    307 students scripted history and cracked JEE (Main) 2019 in style. Never before in the history of the TSWREI Society had witnessed such a large number of students getting qualified for JEE (Adanaced) exam. They all stand tall defying poverty and deprivation. Rajnikesh Vardhan of Social Welfare IIT College, Gowlidoddi secured 203 marks out of 360 with 98.41 percentile. L. Tejaswini, Gowlidoddi 93.4 secured percentile and K. Priyason of Gowliddodi, got 93.62 percentile

    Poorna Conquered Mt. Aconcagua

    Malavath Poorna has become the world's first youngest tribal woman to scale the four highest mountain peaks located in the four continents of the world. "My goal is to make the state of Telangana and India proud by becoming the youngest tribal woman in the world to scale the seven tallest mountain peaks across all the seven continents", said Poorna said from the summit of Mt. Aconcagua, Argentina.


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TSWREIS- Mission & Vision

Ushering in a New Era for the Marginalized Children

Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) is running 268 residential educational institutions (from 5th standard to Undergraduate level) in the state of Telangana under the Ministry of Scheduled Caste Development, Government of Telangana. The Society has been working with the noble aim of providing quality education to the needy and deprived children on par with the other advantaged children.

The TSWREIS has been catering to the dire educational needs of the marginalized children especially Scheduled Caste (SC) children hailing from the remote rural areas of Telangana. Over the last three decades the Society has been cruising along the path of glory, and this depth finds reflection in the way the Society is excelling in academics, sports, mountaineering, communication skills,...


The TSWREIS has rewritten its menu chart and is poised to provide a nutritious diet, hitherto unheard of in the annals of the government run welfare educational institutions in the country. Non-veg will be provided 6 times a month, four times chicken and two times mutton. Ghee and delicious pickle will be served for lunch and dinner everyday.

Summer Camps

The Society with the active support of the Telangana Government has launched a slew of summer training programmes (named as Summer Samurai) with an aim to provide opportunities for the children to explore and learn basic life skills and nuances of life beyond the textbook.


TSWREIS students have been making the Society proud by getting admission into IITs, NITs, Medical Courses, CCIP(USA),TISS ...

Swaeroes E-Magazine

NEET - Operation Blue Crystal

Free Long-term Coaching for Medical Aspirants


Grooming 21st Century Teachers

Student Empowerment Programmes

The Society has been striving to promote student centered activities with a major focus on 21st century core skills like problem solving, innovation, collaboration, leadership and communication skills and these noble strategies have begun to crystallize into a definite plan and the signs of change are palpably visible.

Teachers' Empowerment

Empowerment is a process wherein school participants develop and display the competence to take charge of their own growth and resolve their own problems. Empowered teachers believe they have the skills and knowledge to act in a situation and improve it. Empowered schools are organizations that create opportunities for competence. The Society believes that participation in school decision-making can enhance teachers’ commitment, expertise, and, ultimately, student achievement.


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