Round Table has more than 2300 clubs in more than 65 countries worldwide
Round Table India in a Nutshell
- Young Men's Club consists of Successful Businessmen and Professionals
- Key Objective of Community Service focusing on Building Infrastructure for Education of Underprivileged Children
- Key Opportunities for Members of Round Table India for Personal and Professional Growth and Networking
Service through Fellowship
Service through Fellowship is the lifeline of Round Table India. It is through the fellowship of young men that this organisation has served the community for many decades.
Round Table India started its efforts in helping the community with small projects directed towards service. Over the years, we have grown from strength to strength, and today, we are building big projects and have moved over from community service to community development.
The concept of the National Project for Round Table India was introduced in 1992. Since then, the Table has been involved in several community service projects, each with unique needs and concerns. Tablers have continually adapted and improved the way they address those needs.
In 1998, Round Table India launched "Freedom Through Education" to provide basic infrastructure for primary education in rural India, reaching out to about one million children over a period of 10 years. Project FTE can be called the organisation's priority, and Round Table India has been addressing the needs at local and national levels.
Round Table India is a platform that opens up to a world of diverse, valuable activities that helps you grow along with your community. To experience the many different facets of the Table itself, we welcome you to join the banter and pay off your part to the community.