A Model School
Rotary Club International gave us the opportunity to run a full-time regular school ...

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Programs & Curriculum
Learn more about the 7 different programs across different levels organized by us.

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Frequently asked Questions
How does Vidyarambam monitor the operations?

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Annual Report

Media & Recent Events

Tata Communication Prizes

Tata Communications, a TATA group company facilitated a donation channelisation programme called 'Wish Tree', which enabled their employees to contribute to Vidyarambam. . Read more...
Enrichment in English Programme

A three day training "Enrichment In English Programme" was organized at Youth Hostel premises at Indira nagar, Chennai from 9 Dec, 2013 to 11 Dec, 2013. Read more...
The language of social change

By teaching English to underprivileged children, Vidyarambam Trust opens up a world of opportunities for them. NGO’s intervention has also helped check dropout rates in government schools. Read more...
Belated philanthropist

For over 25 years, V. Ranganathan (72), a retired automobile engineer, cherished the dream of educating underprivileged young children in rural Tamil Nadu. Read more...
Aviva Book Distribution in The Hindu

Please see here for the article about the book distribution drive by NGOs in the daily newspaper The Hindu. Vidyarambam features in the article
Distribution of the Great Wall of Books ends at Trichy and Ariyalur districts

Distribution of the Great Wall of Books ends at Trichy and Ariyalur districts. Please click here to read an article in The Hindu.
Article in Tamil magazine Puthiyathalaimurai Kalvi

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A vanful of puzzles, activities

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A noble pursuit - The Hindu

For the past 20 years, V. Ranganathan wanted to "work for children's education" but his job as an automobile engineer in the Gulf meant his intention remained just that - a well-meaning intention until he retired and decided to actually bring about the change he wanted... read more
Back to School - The Hindu

Kooram that lies far to the north-west of Kancheepuram town in Tamilnadu is a poor village. It has a main village, roughly two square kilometers, with nearly 700 families and a peripheral colony... read more
Educational Trust opens new centre - Adyar Times

The Vidyarambam Trust recently started its 86th learning centre at Therkupattu, a village near Kovalam. This learning centre will be sponsored by the Rotary Club of Chennai Mid City... read more
New Trust supports education in rural areas - Adyar Times

This Trust has been formed by V. Ranganathan who conceived the idea along with his friends J. Vijay and C. K. Sridhar... read more
Our Vision
Vidyarambam is dedicated to providing enjoyable quality education to all the less-privileged and under-achieving children at pre-primary, primary and secondary levels, encouraging them to successfully continue their education.
Our Goal
In the coming years, Vidyarambam plans to i) increase its presence from 8 to 14 districts in Tamilnadu; ii) expand to provide Easy Learning English (ELE) to government secondary schools in the city; and iii) replicate the success of its model school in one other district
The Trust
Registered as a Not for profit Organization. Donors enjoy 100% tax exemption under section 35 AC and 50% exemption under section 80 G of the Income Tax act.
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