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About Us

The organization has dedicated and committed for the cause of action towards promotion of inclusive, barrier free and right based society for the differently abled. The noble view of the organization is to render services with clear vision, real mission and strong commitment to all kinds of disabilities for their welfare, education and rehabilitation.

Our Mission: To enable the differently abled, improve their quality of life and make them meaningful independent participatory adult role in the society.
Our Vision: Reach the un-reached through provision of quality and quantity of services for better lives of differently abled.

Our Aims & Objectives:

  • To render service for welfare of people below poverty line, who are residing in the Rural & Urban area.
  • To run special schools, Rehabilitation homes and Sub centers for the education, welfare & rehabilitation of persons with different abilities.
  • To take up activities for the rehabilitation of persons with different abilities & people below poverty line and assist them for formation of groups /societies.
  • To conduct special camps in rural & urban areas for early identification and intervention measures on various issues related to community development, welfare & rehabilitation of individuals with disabilities or below poverty line.
  • To run old age home for the aged, deserted and destitute persons.
  • To protect the rights of persons with different abilities and others who are below poverty line.
  • To encourage intellectual, social, economic & cultural development among the people including the disabled of all ages.
  • To implement Inclusive Education programme for differently abled at secondary stage.
  • To render services to the men, women   children who are in need and distress irrespective of caste, creed, religion and race.
  • To run the workshops for fabricating aids & appliances and to obtain Hearing Aids, Tape Records and other Appliances form the reputed firms for free distribution.
  • To take up Sexual Health Programs   Target Intervention for awareness creation on HIV/AIDS.
  • To run hostels for girls from high school to college level.
  • To run crèche centers in the rural areas.
  • To provide vocational training to the school dropouts and unemployed youth.
  • To start income generating programmes for persons with different abilities and formation of their self help groups.
  • To participate actively in government programmes like pulse polio immunization etc.
  • To implement Community Based Rehabilitation Programmes for persons with different abilities.
  • To achieve and fulfill the above objectives and secure the finances from Government and Donor agencies and take all necessary steps which the society thinks necessary.







Sri S. P. Reddy


Executive Director

Social Worker


Kum. Ireddy Padma (PWD) (OH)


General Secretary

Social Worker


Sri N.Venkateswarlu



Social Worker


Sri G.Ramamurthi


Executive Member

Retd Div Panchayat Raj Officer


Sri K.K.Nayudu


Executive Director

Retd Sr Superintendent Telecom


Sri J.V.S.Soma Raju


Executive Director

Social Worker


Sri P.Kanaka Raju

M.A. B.L.

Executive Director

Social Worker


Dr. D.Vijaya Lakshmi

M.A., M.Ed. Ph.D.

Executive Director




M.A., B.Ed., PGPD (HI)

Executive Director

Social Worker

Director Desk

Since the ultimate aim of rehabilitation of persons with different abilities is to prepare them for meaningful, contributory and participatory members of the society. In the present context, education and socio-economical empowerment plays a vital role in making their life meaningful for which rights- based approach needs to be exercised. Most of them have been largely ignored or neglected by society or even by their families and living on miserable conditions, although, the Govt. has brought legislation's based on the developments at the international level and also due to local lobbying. But the fruits of these legislation's are yet to reach the common man.

The Development and human rights are interlinked. The sustainable development is very minimal without respecting the human rights and at the same time, the advancement of human rights is very minimal without development. Development is overall aspects of growth, where as human rights based approach is broadened and includes people’s rights in the context of their society and empowering them to exercise those rights. In regard to disabilities, rights based approach starts with focusing on every person’s potential and their legitimate position in the family, community and society. Still the persons with different abilities are facing particular discrimination and even neglected for their basic rights.

Thus, we should develop strong commitment and provision of services to focus on potential of persons with different abilities and their legitimate position in the family and even in the society. Every human being has right to live, right to work, right to move, and right to participate equally in the community activities. So, disability should not come in his/ her way to achieve their maximum potential.  The Uma Educational & Technical Society is executing its services for their education, welfare and rehabilitation programmes and striving hard to bring them as on par with other citizens.

I invite all of you to help us to help the persons with different abilities in whatever way you could do.

Our Services

  • Comprehensive assessment
  • Medical treatment
  • Physiotherapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Special Education
  • Psychology
  • Augmentative therapy
  • Prosthetic & Orthotic aids & appliances
  • In-patient services (Hostel).
  • Socio-economic rehabilitation
  • Facilitation, counseling and guidance.
  • Vocational rehabilitation
  • Inclusive education
  • Community Based Rehabilitation
  • Parents training etc.

Awards & Credentials:

  • The organization received Best Institution Award for the year 2001-02 from Govt. of Andhra Pradesh for outstanding works for the cause of Action for Disabled.
  • Received Prestigious National Award 2003 from the Govt. of India through His Excellency Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam the then Hon’ble president of India.
  • Received National Award for the Best Non-Governmental Organization (1st Prize) for the year 2005-06 from National Trust, New Delhi through the generous hands of Smt. Meira Kumar, the then Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.
  • It also received National Award for the Best Non-Governmental Organization for the year 2009-10 from National Trust, New Delhi through the generous hands of Sri. D. Nepoleon, Hon’ble State Minister, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India, Smt. Poonam Natrajan, Chairperson, National Trust, New Delhi. Sri. K. M. Acharya, Secretary, Ministry of SJ&E, Govt. of India.
  • Besides, the organization received many awards and got felicitated by International and National Co-NGOs.
  • The special needs children and persons also won several prizes under the different activities executed at various levels under the shed of the organization.
  • Sri S.P. Reddy, Executive Director, UETS received Best NGO State Award from Govt. of Puducherry through Sri P. Rajavelu, Hon'ble Minister for Social Welfare, Puducherry.
  • Sri S.P. Reddy, Executive Director, UETS received Best District NGO Award by MEPMA through Smt. Neetu Kumari Prasad, IAS, District Magistrate and Collector, East Godavari on the eve of International Year for Disabled.