REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Sri. S. Salikumar (President) 
Revathy, Muttom P.O., Haripad
Tel: 0479 2401010, 9447580808


Sri. Ashoka Panicker ( Convener)
Kunnethukattil
Pothappally, Kumarapuram P.O., Haripad
Tel: 0479 2413261, 9847013790


Sri. Shaji M. Panicker (Treasurer)
Kochuthekkathil, Ponnaram Thottam P.O., Mavelikkara
Tel: 9447739009


Sri. C. Subhash
Puthuvelil (H), Valiyaparambu P.O., Karthikappally (Via), Alappuzha
Tel: Off: 0479-2482123


Sri. P. Pradeeplal
Premier House, Chirakadavam, Kayamkulam
Tel: 9495120471


Sri. K. Muraleedharan
Poopally House, Nangiarkulangara
Tel: 9447471252


Sri. Babu
Koithara, Maruthekku, Allumkadavu, Karunagappally
Tel: 8547085737


Sri. N. Asokan
Puthanchirayil House, Muthukulam North, Muthukulam
Tel: 9496156336


Sri. Anish
Karayil, Puthathura, Chavara
Tel: 9447462464


Adv. R. Rajeshchandran
Vanchipurakkal, Akamkudi, Nangiarkulangara
Tel: 9061706850


Sri. K. Suseelan
Vadakkekadavil, Karunagappally
Tel: 0476 2626507, 9497779806


Trust Executive Members in the RDC

 

Adv. Eravankara Viswanathan 
Malayil House, Kunnam P.O., Mavelikkara
Tel:0479-2357475 (R), 2357375 (O)


Dr. A.V. Ananda Raj 
Viswanatham, Mamkamkuzhy P.O., Mavelikkara - 690 558
Mob: 9447456168


Sri. A. Somarajan 
Kurumpolil Mekkathara, Nambaruvikala, Aloomkadavu P.O., Karunagappally
Tel: 0476-2625568 (R), 2620433


Sri. V. Subhash 
Pythenveetil, Pullikkanakku, Kayamkulam
Tel: Off: 0479-2331348



Our Vision

To empower the students with deep knowledge and awareness of current developments in their chosen subjects.

To create a centre of excellence through the formation of young people empowered to create a bright future for themselves, irrespective of cast, creed, religion or language through dissemination of knowledge, skills and noble values

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Our Guru

Sree Narayana Guru, one of the greatest revolutionary social reformers Kerala has ever produced, was born on August 20, 1856, in a humble cottage in Chempazhanthy, a village near Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, as the son of Madan Asan and Kutty Amma. Madan Asan was a farmer as well as a teacher, with proficiency in Sanskrit, Astrology and Ayurveda, and his son, the little Nanu grew up listening to his narrations of the stories from the Ramayana and Mahabharatha to the local residents of the village.

 

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