Ramakrishna Math, Nattarampalli
Ramakrishna Math, Nattarampalli
(A Branch Centre of Ramakrishna Math, Belur Math)

Free Special Coaching Centre

In order to influence the youth of our nation with the sublime thoughts of Swami Vivekananda and to raise our nation to excellence through lofty ideals, boundless energy and dedicated service, as envisaged by him, it is proposed to hold an inter-college students' meet.

During the year about 500 poor pupils of Standard VI to Standard XII from five villages surrounding Nattarampalli received free special coaching.

Seventy students of government schools appearing for the (12th) Public Examinations were given special coaching in all the subjects in our Math.

                     Education is the solution!

In order to create an awareness and induce the rural poor students studying in the Government schools to improve their skills in the English language, it has been decided to donate English – English – Tamil dictionaries.

On birthdays of all direct disciples of Sri Ramakrishna, falling during the centenary year, one thousand dictionaries per occasion will be donated.

Cost of 1000 dictionaries at Rs.20 a copy to be given away on the birthday of each direct disciple Rs.20,000
Total cost of 16000 dictionaries covering the birthdays of all the 16 direct disciples Rs.3,20,000

                For students!

Grand arrangements have been made to conduct elocution and essay writing competitions for college students from all the four districts of Vellore, Krishnagiri, Thiruvannamalai and Dharmapuri. While the award winning essays will be published in the centenary souvenir, the orator will deliver his award winning speech during the centenary celebrations.

The cost of organizing the competitions and prizes is Rs. 2 lakhs.

Come, contribute liberally to translate into reality the dreams of Swami Vivekananda, in identifying the band of men and women who will serve the nation. Let us encourage this clan! May it grow manifold!!

Seminars for students, teachers and parents will be held separately to appreciate their views and perceptions.