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College Transformation Program (Women)


At KFintech, we believe in empowering the next generation of women through education and opportunity. Our College Transformation Program for Women at Fine Arts College, Sircilla is a testament to this commitment.

Empowering Through Photography

Through our program, we provide girls with top-notch photography equipment, enabling them to explore the world of visual storytelling. These young photographers are given the unique opportunity to cover international conferences, gaining valuable experience and exposure in the field.

Achieving Excellence

Our dedication to nurturing talent has yielded remarkable results. One of our students achieved the prestigious FIRST position in a national-level photography competition.

Shaping a Brighter Future

At KFintech, we are passionate about shaping the future of these young women. Our focus is on unlocking their potential, boosting their confidence, and helping them become accomplished individuals ready to take on the world.


At Boys School, Jinnaram, we are committed to transforming the lives of our students through education and skill development. Our School Transformation Program for Boys is designed to empower young minds and prepare them for a brighter future.

Nurturing Skills and Talent

In March 2023, we conducted a comprehensive aptitude test for students from classes 7 th to 12 th . Based on merit, selected students are awarded scholarships worth ₹20,000, which are converted into fixed deposits (FDs) that mature when they reach 18 years of age. This initiative not only supports their education but also instills financial discipline.

Scholarships for Educational Excellence

As part of our commitment to academic excellence, we propose educational scholarships for five outstanding students in our school. These scholarships aim to reward dedication and inspire a passion for learning.

A Focus on Holistic Development

In alignment with our five-year plan, we have prioritized skill development. We have provided the school with sports equipment, including cricket kits, track suits, volleyballs, basketballs, and branded sports shoes. Additionally, our students have spent a total of 4501 hours on skill development, 3381 hours on MS Office training, and 1120 hours on honing their communication skills.

Shaping Future Leaders

Our mission extends beyond academics. We aim to nurture well-rounded individuals who are equipped with both knowledge and essential life skills. With a total of 6565 hours dedicated to development, Boys School, Jinnaram, is committed to shaping the leaders of tomorrow.


At KFintech, we believe that access to proper hygiene and sanitation facilities is a fundamental right. Our initiative focuses on improving the hygiene and sanitization standards in 15 Girl’s Degree colleges. We aim to create a safe and healthy environment for female students, fostering their well-being and academic success.

Sanitary Vending Machines and Incinerators

As part of this initiative, we have provided these colleges with sanitary vending machines and incinerators. These machines offer easy access to sanitary products, ensuring that female students can manage their hygiene needs comfortably and discreetly. The incinerators promote safe disposal practices, contributing to a cleaner and more sustainable environment.

Prioritizing Women's Health

We understand that good health is crucial for academic achievement. By addressing the hygiene needs of female students, we aim to reduce barriers to education and empower them to pursue their dreams with confidence..

We are committed to making a positive impact in communities by addressing critical issues like hygiene and sanitation.


The Nature Conservancy Centre (TNC) and KFintech have joined hands to make a significant impact at the Satpura Tiger Reserve. We have inked an agreement with a shared mission – restoring the natural habitat and preserving the unique biodiversity of this remarkable reserve.

Restoring 500 Hectares by 2024

Our collective goal is ambitious yet achievable. By March 31, 2024, we aim to restore a sprawling 500 hectares of habitat in the buffer areas of the Satpura Tiger Reserve. This endeavor is a testament to our commitment to safeguarding the environment.

Four Pillars of Conservation

Our conservation efforts are structured around four key pillars:

Habitat Restoration: We are dedicated to reviving the ecosystem by restoring grasses and forage species.

Participation: We are promoting enhanced participatory planning for villages situated in fringe areas, focusing on developing local-scale plans.

Innovation: We support grassroots innovations that address local challenges, with the aim of incubating them into sustainable businesses.

Enablement: We are working closely with communities learning about restoration principles and the importance of participatory resource management.