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100% Poor get 100% Result!
Category: Awards

100% Poor get 100% Result! Thanks a lot Donors, with your support, Sevalaya proves again that if proper facilities are given, orphan, destitute and poor children can do well in studies. Greetings from the children senior citizens, staff and trustees of Sevalaya. Sevalaya’s Mahakavi Bharathiyar Higher Secondary School has secured 100% pass both in the […]

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Linked through technology the children listening to the story telling session of S.
Dahad from United Kingdom.
Education through Technology
Category: General

Linked through technology the children listening to the story telling session of S.Dahad from United Kingdom. Gone are the days when a teacher with a chalk in hand would explain concepts by writing/drawing on the blackboard to a group of students in front of him/ her. The children too would be listening wide –eyed wondering […]

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Sevalaya Mela Awards 2014
at On 25th, 26th July 2014
Category: Awards

Sevalaya’s PRO, N. Ravichandran received the best NGO worker award and PR Head Radha Srinivasan’s presentation about Sevalaya also won her an award during the Seva Mela 2014 organised by CIOSA (Confederation of Indian Organizations for Service and Advocacy), Department of Human Rights and Duties Education and Ramanuja Trust on 25th and 26th July 2014 […]

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Left : Padmini Ramachandran ,
Managing Editor, Sudesi Current affairs
inaugurating the new office room
New Office Room Inaugurated
Category: Inauguration

Mr. V. Ramiah, Rtd. Senior Audit Officer, Indian Audit and Accounts Department and the donor for the new campus office inaugurated the room on 25th July 2014. Ganapathy Homam was conducted and on the occasion he also donated a cycle to G. Tamilselvi a student of Std VIII who comes from Melakondaiyar village which is […]

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115 villagers attended an Eye Camp at
Pakkam village on 28th July 2014.
600 benefit from medical camp
Category: Inauguration

Sevalaya conducts regular health camps in the villages as well as in the school. This has benefitted many people. On 24th July 2014, in association with Udhi Eye Hospital, a camp was organized in Sevalaya’s Mahatma Gandhi Medical Centre. 300 children who were shortlisted from the initial check up conducted by volunteers, Justice Willis and […]

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