The centre was started in 1966.
- An English-medium higher secondary school for tribal students, with a roll strength of 1357, which includes 474 girls. In addition, students are given computer training.
- A hostel for 235 tribal boys.
- Sixteen non-formal coaching centres in neighbouring tribal villages with 537 tribal students.
- Provision for mid-day meals for all day scholars.
- Two libraries and a reading room with 27,213 books and 116 periodicals and newspapers.
- An audio-visual unit, which screens educative films for the local people (42 educative films screened and 11,510 people benefited).
- A charitable dispensary, which treated 7901 patients this year.
- A mobile medical unit, which treated 4658 patients this year.
- Auxiliary units: Poultry, agriculture, printing press, carpentry, vehicle workshop and a bakery.
- Welfare work: Providing blankets, nutrients, pecuniary help and other types of assistance to poor tribal families.
- Religious and cultural functions.