Organization Profile

HZCT & FEED were founded in the year 1993 and 1996 respectively by Mr.Ghiasuddin Babukhan, scion of an old reputed business family of Hyderabad in association with like-minded personalities of the city who shared his passion to make a difference in the society.

Trustees: Foundation for Economic & Educational Development (FEED)

Mr. Abdul Aleem Khan Chairman
Mr. Ghiasuddin Babukhan Managing Trustee
Mr. Syed Abdul Muzzil Hood Trustee
Mrs. Razia Khatoon Trustee
Mr. Mohammed Ziauddin Trustee
Mrs. Asra Fatima Trustee
Mr. Khalil Ahmed Trustee

Trustees: Hyderabad Zakat and Charitable Trust (HZCT)

Mr. Ghiasuddin Babukhan Chairman & Founder Trustee
Mr. Ahmed Sayeed Managing Trustee
Mr. Abdul Aleem Khan Founder Trustee
Mrs. Shujat G Babukhan Trustee

Belief:

Firm belief in 'empowerment through education and freedom through knowledge' as a sure path in building a better future for the society enabled the trustees to build and nurture an organization committed to its mission and operating in all the districts of Telangana & Andhra Pradesh through its centres, staff members and volunteers.

At basic education level the organization has established (and Managing)106 Urdu medium schools in remote villages of Telangana State and Rayalaseema region of A.P. State. Over 25,000 children are educated here by 242 teachers provided by our Trust.

The organization also established (and managing) 3 English medium schools providing education up to SSC level in poverty stricken urban slums and semi urban areas of Telangana State. Over 2,200 students are being educated in these schools by 90 Teachers.

Basic Education - Schools:

At basic education level the organization has established (and Managing)106 Urdu medium schools in remote villages of Telangana State. where until a few years ago no school existed. Over 25,000 children are educated here by 242 teachers provided by our Trust

The organization also established (and managing) 3 English medium schools providing education up to SSC level in poverty stricken urban slums and semi urban areas of Telangana State. Over 2,200 students are being educated in these schools by 90 Teachers.

Higher Education Support - Scholarship Programme:

Over the years FEED & HZCT has developed and perfected systems that facilitate mass publicity of scholarship programmes, seek and identify deserving students and provide them with scholarship and support for intermediate (10+2) and higher education in diverse courses such as medicine, engineering, nursing, Pharmacy MBA, MCA, B.Ed, general graduation etc., thus fulfilling their educational aspirations and dreams of the poorest of the poor coming from remote and interior villages of the states of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra and with association of KZCT in Karnataka.

3 English medium schools in Hyderabad City slums and semi-urban areas and villages have been established. These schools employ 90 teachers to educate 2,200 students. A very nominal fee is charged. Present Annual Budget is Rs. 65 lakhs. More than 1800 students have Passed SSC till now.

106 Urdu Medium Schools in interior villages of Telangana State and Rayalaseema Region of A.P. State ( with 242 Teachers and a total strength of 25000 students) are functioning with Government syllabus up to 10th Class since 25 years. The education is totally free of cost to the students. Books and Uniforms are also provided free of cost to all the students studying in these schools. Present Annual Trust’s Budget is Rs.1.05 Cr. In the last 25 Years more than 1,85,000 literates have been created, out of which 72% are girls.

Over the years FEED & HZCT has developed and perfected systems that facilitate mass publicity of scholarship programmes, seek and identify deserving students and provide them with scholarship and support for intermediate (10+2) and higher education in diverse courses such as medicine, engineering, nursing, Pharmacy MBA, MCA, B.Ed, general graduation etc., thus fulfilling their educational aspirations and dreams of the poorerst of the poor comming from remote and interior villages of the states of Telangana, Andhrapradesh, Maharashtra and Karnataka.