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Empowering tribal youth through education: Seminar on “Nomadic Tribes and their Developmental Scenario” – Tamil Nadu

Amutha Kannan,  The Hindu, COIMBATORE, December 24, 2013 Chakravarthy Karthikeyan, a student of Social Work of PSG College of Arts and Science, has been able to motivate a few Domura youth from a settlement near Gobichettipalayam to take up higher education. … Continue reading

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Enrolling Irula and Narikurava children in Sarva Siksha Abiyan (government) schools: Parents realize the importance of education – Tamil Nadu

R. Arivanantham, The Hindu, Krishnagiri, January 5, 2011 The Sarva Siksha Abiyan (SSA) has been taking all efforts to improve the standard of education of the less privileged Narikuravas and Irulas in the district. Among the 10 blocks in the district, … Continue reading

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Aspiring to study medicine to uplift marginalised sections of society – Tamil Nadu

R. Arivanantha, The Hindu, KRISHNAGIRI, June 7, 2012 An entire community in Vallimalai village now looks to 18-year-old M. Rajapandi to act as a catalyst for change. Hailing from the socially and economically backward Narikurava community, he is on the threshold … Continue reading

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