Recognised by the Government of India

A not-for-profit organisation, registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act, 1860 ( Act XXI of 1860 )

12A & 80G Certified NGO

Companies & Individuals can avail Tax Exemption Benefits after Donation under Section 80G (5) (IV) of Income Tax Act 1961

The Raj Square Charity Foundation is a Private Foundation (a part of MIT Square Group of Companies) that was formally established on Jan 1st, 2020. 

The Raj Scholarships and Learn4Free Programs were running informally 

from Jan 2010 under the Leadership of Mithileysh Sathiyanarayanan in fond memory of the late Raj brothers (Varda Raj, Kesava Raj and Selva Raj). 

Following our Vision 2020, we set up the foundation in Bangalore, India as a non-profit organisation (NPO), and our officers and board of directors include family members and friends. The foundation is also called a non-government organisation (NGO) or voluntary organisation (VO).

The foundation operates without permanent staff and its board of directors serves without compensation

for administration and contribution. Creating this Foundation was a purposeful decision of the original donors with

clear goals and intent - to support students, women, and old people who require financial assistance. Our wish is that

the Foundation will unlock a path for people to make a positive impact in their communities. We want the Foundation to

reflect on life, how to approach it, how to renew it, and how to make a tangible impact.

We are part of building 'New India' and addressing the 'Gig Economy', `Startup India', ‘Make in India’, ‘Digital India’, `Standup India', `Skill India', 'Self-reliant India', and 'Clean India' by adopting Sustainable Development Goals.

RAJ stands for Raise and Amplify by Joining us. Square represents "People + Partner + Persistence + Prosperity" with the tagline "Count on us anytime".

Dr Mithileysh, Founder & Chair of RSCF, received International Achiever's Award 2020.