SVRCC has grown leaps and bounds owing to the generous support of our benevolent donors. As a college, we started with bare essentials and pooled money from our founder’s savings and trustees’ generosity. We built our reputation and credibility and were soon certified to receive funding from industry partners.

CSR Act, 2014. We pride ourselves on providing world-class education at affordable rates and that has been achievable and possible because of the generosity of our funders, both national and international. Individual philanthropists and charitable organisations also fund SVRCC across multiple initiatives that the college undertakes.


The college has a highly subsidized fee structure and the fund gap is closed through generous donations. All donations are eligible for tax exemption under Section 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act.

There are two ways in which you can contribute to the college.


Teach & Transform

All donations to the Trust and to Swami Vivekananda Rural Community College are eligible for tax exemption under Section 80G of the Indian income Tax Act.

You may also choose to sponsor infrastructural facilities like classrooms, laboratories etc. which will be named after the benefactor. You may also donate in kind – teaching aids, furniture, computer equipment etc. Aside from this, you may also donate towards the operating expenses of the college or towards any specific activity or function at the college.

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Vidya Poshak Fund

SVRCC looks to the future, it is faced with increasing challenges and obligations: the student intake has to be increased, skill levels taught have to reach global standards, and the SVRCC model has to be replicated more and more in order to truly channel the tremendous youth power of the nation.

SVRCC and the Sadguru Sri Gnanananda Seva Trust have now embarked on achieving these crucial objectives, but to make them come true, two important aspects have to be ensured: sustainability and scalability. Clearly the annual revenue account deficits cannot be managed as it is done now, by constant seeking of contributions. A lasting and viable alternative is needed. This would not only make the institution ‘self-sufficient’ but would help the Trust Board focus on the work of the college and on making the education innovative, highly skilled and in tune with the requirements of industry and employers.

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Projects completed till 2019

Schneider Electric
Design Firm
Knowledge Partners
SEDAB , Auroville
Funding Partners
CSR Partners
Danfoss India
Knowledge Partners
CSR Partners
Grundfos India
Knowledge Partners
Dell India & Co
Knowledge Partners
Knowledge Partners
Volkart Foundation
Funding Partners
Medall Healthcare
Knowledge Partners
Funding Partners


SVRCC aims to provide affordable education without a compromise to quality. The nominal fee we collect from our students does not cover all costs associated with imparting quality education. We rely on our corporate sponsors, benevolent philanthropists and individual donors like you to help us sustain our efforts and continue to shape young minds.

Please note that all donations to SVRCC are eligible for tax exemption under the Sec. 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act 1961. Please click here to view our Frequently Asked Questions.

Vidya Poshak Fund

The SVRCC Vidya Poshak Fund (SVPF) was created to manage the operating expense deficits of the College annually. Donations to the SVPF start at a minimum of INR 1,00,00 or its equivalent in USD or EUR at the current exchange rate. Donations to the SVPF can be made either by an individual or as a collective.

₹ 10,000 onwards

Sponsor a student

The cost of tuition for one student at SVRCC is INR 21,000 or USD 300 per course. Generous donors could also look to sponsoring one student’s education and fund their tuition fee over the course of their program. 

₹ 21,000 per course

Sponsor non-tuition fees

Apart from tuition, there are other accessories and requirements that a student has at SVRCC. Students require uniforms, course books, and accessories for student development activities. Donors can also sponsor the non-tuition fees of a student which stands at INR 14,000 or USD 200 per student.

₹ 14,000 per student