I act (Indira Arumugam Charity Trust) is works to bring equality to all human beings who are deprived of social justice in all the walks of life. The trust paves way to under privileges welfare and their up lift.
To eradicate inequality in the society and to accommodate those who are affected by the evils of inequality, sustain them to fight against it.
The trust involves its self through PSBB Mat Hr Sec School developing the child’s personality in holistic vision. It observes the development if the
child physical, moral and educational spheres of their well being.
Supporting women who are in economically downwards, widows and differently able women are given education; need based counseling for women, training and
self employment opportunities are created also actualized their needs.
To Employment opportunities for visually challenged and Multiple disabilities are taken care by the Trust.
Rural sanitation through construction of sanitation facilities in villages’ (low Cost toilets). Village health workers training programs, Medical camps,
Blood donation camps, Eye donation awareness camps, creation of Employment opportunities for Rural Population below poverty line. The local people educated
about vermin-composing, environment safety and tree plantation Leprosy welfare works and Leprosy education camps are being conducted.
Tree Plantation, Soil and drinking water Analysis, soil and water conservation, rain water harvesting, camps on Land Development and Recovering of waste
and Land with special concern on ecological improvement. Camps on Non-Conversional Renewable sources of energy – System. The trust arranges rallies to
educate the public against the use of plastics, burning wastes, breaking coconuts and pumpkins in the middle if the roads etc
India loses more than 100 000 lives due to road traffic crashes every year. It has a road traffic fatality rate of 16.8 deaths per 100 000 population.
Approximately half of all deaths on the country’s roads are among vulnerable road users – motorcyclists, pedestrians and cyclists. According to the
recently published WHO Global Status Report on Road Safety, though there are laws on speed, seatbelt wearing and helmet wearing, and
drink-driving, they are poorly enforced.
Childhood is the best time to develop spiritual, intellectual, emotional support. But this rule of nature has been crippled by the perilous child labour every child has his right to enjoy his childhood. But in spite of this a few children are forcefully put to work throughout the world about 250million
Children are child laborer. Due to poverty poor parents put their children to work in order to supplement the family’s economic status.
This conceals the talent and interests in them. Their urge to go to school is dismissed by their parents. This makes the nation lose a few creative minds.
The children are deprived of education. They are made to work under threatening conditions. They are overworked and under paid children are made to shine shoe on footpaths, they work as milk boys, rag pickers, house maids, cleaners in hotels….etc. We can find children selling newspapers on highways. All such adverse practices are to be abolished once for all, without leaving its traces for future generations
Indira Arumugam Charity Trust have with the association Rotary club of pooviruthavalli once in a year conducts one day seminar to improve their life by giving them food entertainments counseling and other sort of emotional support to the by having fallow-up services as per their needs.
A crèche or daycare is a place where babies, toddlers and young children can play, learn, enjoy meals and rest. There will be opportunities to paint, listen to stories, play music, be creative and enjoy free play, where the children can
choose what they would like to do. They will also be able to play with other children, and often there will be outside activity areas like a splash pool and sand pit. There may be separate rooms for different age groups, partly so that the babies are not disturbed by active toddlers, and also because there are different staffing ratios according to the age of the children.
The Siddha science is the oldest traditional treatment system generated from Dravidian culture. The Siddha flourished in the period of Indus Valley civilization. Palm leaf manuscripts says that the Siddha system was first described by Lord Shiva to his wife Parvathy. Parvathy explained all this knowledge to her son Lord Muruga. He taught all these knowledge to his disciple sage Agasthya. Agasthya taught 18 Siddhars and they spread this knowledge
to human beings.
The word Siddha comes from the word Siddhi which means an object to be attained perfection or heavenly bliss. Siddha focused to “Ashtamahasiddhi,” the eight supernatural power. Those who attained or achieved the above said powers are known as Siddhars. There were 18 important Siddhars in olden days and
They developed this system of medicine. Hence, it is called Siddha medicine. The Siddhars wrote their knowledge in palm leaf manuscripts, fragments of which were found in parts of South India. It is believed that some families may possess more fragments but keep them solely for their own use. There is a huge collection of Siddha
manuscripts kept by traditional Siddha families
The trust conducts classes for sidha medicinal values to be speared to all people of tamil nadu through a institute namely Asian institute of Alternative medicine, diploma classes for those who attain perfection in their area of siddtha studies.
Medical Institution run by the Trust Asian institute of alternative medicine Affiliated to BSS- Govt Of India impart fallowing courses
Integrity : People-centred advocacy stresses the need for advocates to have strong integrity and legitimacy and for the advocacy strategies to be just and non-violent;
Rights-based : People-centred advocacy works to challenge and change unjust and unequal power relations and mobilizes people against societal violations of
Democracy : The approach is grounded in the right to democratic dissent;
Participation: People-centred advocacy is based on participatory processes involving shared responsibilities and power;
Communication: The approach uses communication activities that involve learning from people, sharing with them, and inspiring and being inspired by them.
The above mentioned way our trust finds ways and means to stand by the side of a common and to fight for his rights.
For Distance education fallowing universities, are approved our Trust School Padma SUbramaniam Bala Bhavan Matric Hr Sec School Campus as study centre
Ø Tamil Nadu Open University for UG & PG courses.
Ø Alagappa University for UG & PG courses.
Ø Periyar University MBA and M.Phil courses.
Tamil Nadu Open University
Directorate of Technical Education Campus
Chennai – 600 025
Tamil Nadu, India
Phone: + 91 – 44 – 2220 0506, 2235 1414, 2220 0501, 2235 3522
Fax: + 91 – 44 – 2235 2323, 2220 0601, 2220 0606
E-mail: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Website : www.tnou.ac.in
The Tamil Nadu Open University was established by an Act (No.27 of 2002) of the Legislative Assembly of the Government of Tamil Nadu to benefit those who have been deprived of and/or denied the access to higher education especially destitute, physically challenged, working men and women, economically weaker sections of the society, and those who discontinued education for various reasons, etc. In the main, it aims to reach the hitherto unreached. The University offers many Programmes in various disciplines.
The efforts of independent learning would be adequately supported through Study centres, which have been identified in 10 important towns of Tamil Nadu, viz., Chennai, Viluppuram, Trichy, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Vellore, Salem, Coimbatore and Nagapattinam. The university has also established 334 Information Centres at Taluk Levels, to enable those who are longing for but are forced to remain away from the folds of Higher Education. In all the Study and Information Centres week-end counselling sessions will be organized regularly through experienced faculties to ensure student-faculty interaction and for processing of the assignments submitted by the students for internal assessment
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Tamil Nadu, India
Phone: + 91 – 4565 – 225 205, 225 206, 225 207
Fax: + 91 – 4565 – 225 202
Alagappa University accredited with ‘A’ Grade by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) is located at Karaikudi founded by the great
philanthropist and educationist Dr. RM. Alagappa Chettiar.Alagappa University was brought into existence by a Special Act of the Government of Tamil Nadu
in May 1985 with the objective of fostering research, development and dissemination of knowledge in various branches of learning.Alagappa University is
recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC) of India. The University has 15 Departments, 3 Centres and 2 Constituent Colleges on its campus. 23
Affiliated Colleges located in the districts of Sivaganga and Ramanathapuram are part of the University.The University offers education through Regular,
Week-end, Distance and Collaborative modes. The Distance Education Directorate offers variety of programmes to the student community spread across the
country and in selected foreign countries. Through all modes of education, the University caters to the needs of the student community of around 1,00,000.
As a member of the Association of Indian Universities (AIU), as well as the member of the Association of Common Wealth Universities (ACU), it has rewarding
relations with other academic institutions, research laboratories and industrial establishments that promise a spectacular feature The University is having
International Collaborations with Universities / Institutions of Higher Learning in countries like China, Malaysia, West Indies, U.S.A. and South Korea.
New innovative programmes suitable are designed and offered at the University (for the foreign students). Many exchange programmes attract the attention of
the teachers and students from abroad.The University’s motto is “Excellence in Action” and the University keeps before it the vision of excellence in all
spheres of its action. The University is having International Collaborations with Universities / Institutions of Higher Learning in countries like China,
Malaysia, West Indies, U.S.A. and South Korea.
In case of downloading the application through University website www.alagappauniversity.ac.in, the candidates have to remit the cost of application along
with filled-in application to the Directorate.
Cost Of Application and Prospectus
Last date for Issue and Receipt of applications
|Calendar Year Admission
Semester : 31st March of every year
Non-Semester: 31st May of every year
|Academic Year Admission
Semester: 15th October of every year
Non-Semester: 31st December of every year
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The Government of Tamil Nadu established the Periyar University at Salem on 17th September 1997 as per the provisions of the Periyar University Act, 1997.
The University covers the area comprising the districts of Salem, Namakkal, Dharmapuri and Krishnagiri. The University got the 12(B) and 2f status from the
University Grants Commission and has been accredited by NAAC with B+ grade in 2007. The University is named after the Great Social Reformer E.V.Ramasamy
affectionally called “Thanthai Periyar”. The University aims at developing knowledge in various fields to realize the maxim inscribed in the logo “Arival
Vilayum Ulagu” (Wisdom Maketh World).”Holistic development of the students” is the primary objective of the esteemed Periyar University. The University is
located on the National Highway (NH7) towards Bangalore at about 8 Kms from New Bus Stand, Salem. It is well connected by frequent city bus services
linking Salem and other places like, Omalur, Dharmapuri, Krishnagiri and Mettur.
Periyar University imparts higher education at three levels, i.e., through its Departments of Study and Research, Periyar Institute of Distance Education
(PRIDE) and the affiliated colleges. The University has eighteen departments of study offering Post Graduate and Research Programmes and sixty six
affiliated colleges. The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) has been introduced for the various courses offered by the University from 2008-09 onwards.
Periyar University is offering Four Certificate Courses from 2009-2010 onwards. The Certificate Courses are designed in order to cater to the current needs
of the public. The Student Support Services of Periyar University are available through Library system, National Service Scheme, Youth Red Cross Society,
Women’s Welfare Centre and avenues for Sports and Games. The University has established the following Constituent Colleges (1) Periyar University Arts and
Science College (PRUCAS) in 2006 at Mettur Dam, Salem District (2) Periyar University Arts and Science College in 2010 at Pennagaram, Dharmapuri District.
Thanthai Periyar had been advocating throughout his life the importance of being rational and created a stir by his self respect movement. He incessantly
toiled for social justice among people to liberating the down trodden women and insisted on the priority of one’s mother tongue. The Periyar Chair was
created in 1998 to inculcate these ideas in the minds of students.
Periyar Institute of Administrative Studies (PERIAS) started functioning from March 2009. Apart from training students for preliminary and main
examinations for the Civil Services, the institute plans to conduct various coaching classes for examinations conducted by different organizations like
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) and Staff Selection Commission (SSC) in the near future. To make a significant mark during the centenary
celebrations of Perarignar Anna, a chair has been established after his name as “Anna Chair” in May 2009. It crystallizes the greatest thought provoking
ideas of Anna for the development of children, youth and women in the country. It proposes to focus on the social issues and upliftment of the poor. Centre
for Nano Science and Technology has been established recently in the Department of Physics. The Government of Tamil Nadu has generously sanctioned Rs. 1
Crore for the academic and research activities of the Centre. Department of Geology proposes to establish a Centre for Geoinformatics and Planetary Studies
in the current academic year. Periyar Institute of Distance Education (PRIDE) is imbibing knowledge into the veins of the students who could not take up
the regular academic studies in affiliated colleges due to their economic condition. PRIDE has five hundred and twenty five study centres throughout India
and seven abroad.
The established Departments, Centres, Institutes and Chair are contributing their best through academic, research and extension activities. The University
is playing a paramount role in bringing multi-faceted development for the country. The University is consistently organizing various academic activities to
bring researchers, scholars, activists under one umbrella to discuss, deliberate and carve out time-demanding solutions to social problems. The University
stands apart with its unique “Village Adoption” activity. The University tie-ups with various academic, research institutes and universities across the
world bring laurels to the academia. The University proudly celebrates days that have International significance like National Human Rights Day, Science
Day, Women’s Day, Environmental Day, World Mother Tongue Day to mention a few.
The founder correspondents of the Trust Mr. S. Arumugam
The founder correspondents of the Trust Mr. S. Arumugam, Flying Officer (Retd), He is the winner of President’s Award Twice of his excellent service to the nation and he has got citation as “AN ASSET TO THE NATION” now, he is doing yeomen service to the society.
The founder chairman of the trust is – Mrs. Indra Arumugam
The founder chairman of the trust is Mrs. Indra Arumugam, a Philanthropist; she has been awarded by Tamil Nadu Nalvazhinilayam, the award and Seerkarunai Mamani for her benevolent service to the society, she is also helping the poor and needy through the trust.
The secretary of the trust is Kalvi Peroli – Mr. A. RadhaKrishnan, M.Com, BEd, M.Phil
The secretary of the trust is Kalvi Peroli Mr. A. RadhaKrishnan, M.Com, BEd, M.Phil; He is the champion of the poor and the needy. He carries out the orders of the chairman and the correspondent of the trust; he also contributes with his novel ideas to the welfare of the poor and the needy. Moreover he believes that Government alone cannot solve all the issues of the people but also Non – Governmental organizations should extend their support to Government and society, Mr. Radha Krishnan, is doing his best to lend a hand to the society. For an example, he gives employment opportunities to many visually challenged individuals. Having worked in many reputed companies and Padma Shashdhri Bala Bhavan Senior Scondary School he has innate managerial Skills which helped indra Arumugam Charity Trust excels in its all ventures.
He was born in 29.08.1964 from early age he very active and goal setter by nature in his college days he had interacted our former Prime Minister Honorable Sri Chandrasekhar.
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