When Temple of Learning Turned Agraharam For Slum Girls

Maranna Gowder’s Patasalai Taught That All Are Equal Coimbatore town had ‘Thinnai Pallis’ those days. A number of learned Tamil scholars and math teachers took care of the educational needs of the students. The Anglo Mysore wars had taken a toll on the region. Coimbatore became the headquarters of a big multi lingual district on 24/11/1804. The place came under the grasp of the East India Company and the small ‘thinnai schools’ began to flourish post 1822. It was 1831 when the reorganized system of education was introduced and growth…

Helping Those Who Helped Him

Manikandan. M is currently a successful finance professional in the banking sector. When his educational future was a big question after his 9th standard, Tinkle Sevaa stepped in and helped him to complete his formal education and graduation. “With the help of the sponsors and donors associated with I am now in this respectable position. I dont think any of this would have been possible without Tinkle Sevaa and Prof Suresh, from Tinkle”. Manikandan, now working as the Financial Head of Tinkle Sevaa is also helping to run a successful…

Stylist Duo’s Magical Touch Make People Walk In Style

The average woman spends 11 minutes a day putting on makeup. And there are reasons why you shouldn’t feel guilty for a single second of that. Make up and beauty is all about spreading the need of body positivity and making oneself feel good about themselves. And that is just what these two budding and extraordinary stylists – Steffhy and Supriya from our own Kovai believes in. From converting their passion into business, these young stylists have created a niche for themselves in the industry of fashion and beauty. Here,…

Remembering ‘Kalvi Thanthai’ Kamaraj

From School Dropout To Crusader of Free Education By SHEFA RAFI Rapid strides were made on education front during Kamaraj’s chief ministership between ‘54 and ‘63 when new schools with facilities were opened across Tamil Nadu. And he ensured that no village remained sans primary school and no panchayat without a high school. As a dropout, he strained his nerves to eradicate illiteracy by introducing complusory education upto eleventh standard. Moreover, he came up with the idea of offering free mid-day meal scheme in schools for the benefit of children…

Convert Your Passion Into Profession To Be Successful In Life

In continuation to our previous article on virtual connect and relationship, would like to add one more important aspects on career. These days’ youngsters are fascinated by technology and machines. They love to interact and work with machines only. This is so evident with people working for creating online videos, memes, credit points, pay for clicks, order management (door service), referral link, active in social media, online feedback, star ratings and so on. They prefer to work with machines than people. They feel working with people is too tiring, practical…