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Friday, July 10, 2015

SYMA invites YOU to Educational Aid Function 2015

Dear (s)

11th July 2015 is another important day for SYMA - @ 5 pm at NKT National Boys High School, SYMA celebrates ‘Educational Aid Function’ – the Chief Guests being  Mr NK Ranganath, MD, Grundfos Pumps India Pvt Ltd and Dr. S. Sivasubramanian, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Secretary, NKT National Boys High School.

Srinivas Youngmen's Association popularly (SYMA)  has been rendering social service from 1977.  We are registered with  the Registrar of Societies. With care and concern for the society, we have been actively involved in  social service doing multifarious activities which include – coordination with civic authorities in keeping the environ clean,  conducting health campaigns – promoting health care and hygiene;  organizing  Eye Camps, Blood Camps and other camps.

In our earnest effort to improve the competitive spirit and to instill confidence in school children, We have been conducting Child Fest every year in which more than 4000 students from around 100 city schools participate.    With a focus on sustainable service, we have two bigger continuing projects :

1)      Medical Centre and Laboratory run for the poor wherein free consultation and medicines are provided – popularly known as Rendu roopai hospital [Rs. 2 hospital !]  This functions  between 5 – 7 pm on all days except Sundays and National holidays.  Consultation is free and medicines too – provided through regular medical shops with whom we have working arrangement.  Around 40 – 50 people utilize this daily.  We also have a Medical lab wherein blood and other tests are done at very nominal costs. The running of Medical Centre and Lab costs around Rs.25000/- per month. 
2)         SYMA Growth – a purposeful special tuition centre for coaching poor students of 10th and 12th standards, running since 2008 and producing good results year after year.  This year we have X Std English medium [2 sections]; X Tamil medium; + 2 Science Group and +2 Commerce Group.  Altogether around 150 students selected from weaker sections of the society.  Through this project we aim to provide  quality educational support to students who would otherwise will  have no opportunity to such quality education.  Education is imparted through qualified senior teaching professionals who are paid nominal fees by us. Classes are conducted  on all days of the week.  We have created an excellent infrastructure and have dedicated staff too for this.   The classes are conducted at the premises of National Boys High School, Triplicane for which we pay  a nominal rent and some amount towards electricity and other expenses.  The project expenditure of our Tuition centre is around Rs. 5 lakhs per year. 
In the Educational Aid Function slated tomorrow, we are providing 1000 sets of unstitched  uniforms to poor students.   In the Educational Aid function,  We also provide financial assistance to select college students, and honour School toppers of various Schools in Triplicane.


Generally, we collect funds in the months of June & July ahead of our Educational Aid Programme, though donations are welcome throughout the year.   You have patronized us in a big way in the past, and we look forward to receiving your donations this year too.  Cheques are to be drawn in the name of ‘SRINIVAS YOUNGMENS ASSOCIATION’ – payable at Chennai.  In case any donor wishes to make a Bank transfer, we will provide details of our Bank A/c on request.   Contributions to SYMA are eligible for deduction under Sec 80G (5) (vi)of Income Tax Act, as applicable.




You have all along supported us in a big way and we look forward to your continued support.  Together we will ensure transformation towards a better Society.

With regards
S. Sampathkumar.
Secretary – SYMA; Editor – BLISS
For complete details of SYMA – please log on to : www.syma.in or email us at : srinivasyoungmensassociation@yahoo.co.in.

PS :  To those of you, who have already  contributed to SYMA this year, this mail is not  to seek additional donation   but only  to say thanks again.

The photos are here are of earlier years…..

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