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Friday, February 20, 2015

Pooja for SYMA Growth students 2015

Pooja for the welfare of SYMA Growth students 2015

This morning I received a parcel flown from Delhi, with clear instruction to Blue Dart to deliver before 12 noon.

SYMA has an unsaturated desire for serving the Society.  In our sojourn, we understand the need for shaping the children and inculcating in them the good qualities, making them responsible citizens. In this little World, most students are frightened to face the Public examination for the first time in X std. (SSLC) SYMA’s vision was to provide good quality education training for those students who suffer for want of opportunities and dreamt of quality tuition to Students free of cost.  On 6th July 2008,  Mr R Sekar, IPS, Commissioner of Police launched our Tuition Centre ‘Growth’  and a right beginning was made.  Every year since, we have been tasting grand success with very good results.

The classes for the present academic year started  in July 2015  after our initial screening ensuring that the most deserving were selected on economic criteria.  The Centre is run on all days from 6-8 pm in the evening and on Sundays @ 10-12 am and has  +2 Commerce, + Science Group; X standard – Tamil and X Std English medium – each having around 35 students. 

The Examinations are closer and today 20th Feb 2015, SYMA organised a Pooja at NKT National Boys High School, praying for the success of our students and for the well being of the Organisation in continuing this good cause.  All our students were present in time.  Special pooja  was conducted by Sri Devaraja Swami, Chinnamurai Archagar of Sri Parthasarathi Swami temple who blessed the students.   

The teachers present today spoke and wished the students.  Mr S Venkatadri, HM National Boys School elaborated on the present set-up of Answer papers and the approach in strategically preparing and answering.  Mr Srinivasan, advised on the need for putting in right efforts punning on the word ‘Chemis-try’.  Mrs Subashini emphasised on right diet and not eating junk food while preparing for the examinations.  Mr MK Sridhar @ Meiyur Kannan encouraged the students to do well. 

Yours Truly wished them and spoke on SYMA’s expectations of the students doing well in the examinations, earning high status, doing back to the Society and getting back to SYMA helping in continuance of the good cause.  We had invited a good friend, who grew with us about three decades back, studying in NKT and Hindu High School, Vivekananda College, then pursuing higher studies in Organic Chemistry in IISC; Post doctoral fellowships in  – Swiss Federal Instt of Tech, Zurich, National Instt of Health, USA, Johns Hopkins University, USA and now Scientist at National Institute of Immunology, New Delhi.  It was an attempt to implant in the minds of students that they too can reach great positions in life when they aspire and put in required efforts.   Mr Srinivasa Gopalan Sampathkumar’s visit today truly inspired them as also the lengthy deliverance in simple eloquence.   The Scientist impressed them so much that after the Pooja, he was encircled and subjected to barrage of Qs on multitude issues.  TJ Ramani proposed the vote of thanks.

Enabling the students write the exams well, an attractive  pouch containing Trimax pens (2); pencils; scale, eraser, screw .. was given to each student.  Mr Prashant Singh, India Art Investment Co, New Delhi had sent them by air – the freight itself was so costly.  Mr Prashant Singh once visited SYMA Growth Pooja and  has been doing this for the past 3 years continuing his passion for the welfare of students and we bow to him for this affectionate gesture. 

SYMA places on record our profound thanks  to the Management of NK Thirumalachariyar National Boys High School, Mr S. Venkatadri, HM, NKT Boys High School, our beloved teachers of SYMA Growth, Mrs Thara, Mr Raja, and the volunteers. 

                   We now look forward to our students coming out with flying colours in the Public Examination.

Regards – S. Sampathkumar
20th Feb 2015.

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