About CDOT

Centre For Development Orientation and Training (CDOT) started in the year 2000 with the purpose to work for unreached community through meaningful intervention. Inclusive growth for the community is the driving force of CDOT. CDOT has been very focused to work for the development of unreached in effective and sustainable way. CDOT is a self-sustainable organization working in 8 states of India. CDOT mainly work in areas like Micro Credit, Financial Inclusion, Solar, Sanitation, Livelihood, Agriculture Development and skill training.

Our aim is to work for holistic development of the society. We took programmes, which has fitment into our vision, mission, knowledge and skill. The purpose is to deliver the best developmental services in most professional and organized manner. CDOT is a Society registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860. We are ISO: 9001:2015 certified and registered under 12A of IT Act and FCRA under Ministry of Home Affairs.

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Our Services

Secretary Cum Executive Director


(Secretary Cum Executive Director)

Mr. R.R. Kalyan, has done Masters in Rural Development from XISS, has more than 25 years of experience in the field of development. His main areas of work are micro finance, rural innovation, rural financing, managing and building institutions. He has served many prestigious institutions in India. He has been one of the front faces of micro finance in Bihar. His work apart from finance has been banking, water and sanitation and training.

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Success Stories

Rekha Devi

Rekha Devi of Nepara village has been married, and has 3 daughters and 2 sons. She has been striving hard to support the family – running a poultry business and weaving of bed sheets which are supplied to hospitals. The loan that Rekha has...

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Somi Devi

Happiness is not the absence of problems, it is the ability to deal with them. This is the mantra of 28 year old Somi Devi of Surajpur village in Nalanda, a responsible wife and loving mother of 3 children. Somi’s husband works as a carpenter...

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Sushila Kumari

Due to poor economic condition and various social barriers, her family was at dire strait. Her father and elder brother work in a shoe shop in Delhi. Her mother, Girija Devi too wanted to support the family through an additional income.

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Shanti Devi

She took 3 consecutive loans from CDOT for rearing of buffaloes, which makes her earn a monthly income on Rs.1000 to 2000. This was hardly enough to support the education of her Sushila, who was keen to continue with her studies but did...

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