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One billion people worldwide live in slums and it will slowly grow to two billion by 2030.

Everyone is capable of saving 1 rupee per day. Saving 1 rupee a day is an aram. In our EIE department in GCT, we requested all the students to do so everyday. We are collecting those aram from all the students in our department, including passed out students of EIE. We donate a part of our collected aram to “All The Children” trust  in Chennai and the remaining part to our students who are really in  need.

One of the main reasons for students to choose Government Colleges is that the fees is comparatively very less than in Private institutions. But still there are many students who aren’t able to pay their monthly mess bill due to their family situation. Some students in private institutions also find it difficult to pay their academic fee. This is really due to the adverse economy prevailing in our country.

We are trying to prevent these adverse situations faced by our friends.

So, we have decided to do aram daily.

Kindly think of such situations faced by the students and try to eradicate this adverse economic condition by doing aram daily and contribute your aram to support the students, who may be your unknown friend.






mother teresa


It is not about how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing.
It is not how much we give, but how much love we put in the giving.



I strongly believe that we can eliminate social evils and uplift the society only through education.Education has got the power to make a human civilized and face the challenges of life. Education is an answer to the economic imbalance of an individual, religion and caste divide that prevails in the society and could be an important factor that blocks the above being transferred to the next generation.



never know on a day-to-day basis how much money I'm going to raise or even if I'll get sponsorship. When we receive low donations, that's when i have to do extreme things like climb Everest or run the 777 challenge to raise awareness. www.mariacristinafoundation.org




I know it takes time, but i think i have matured enough to start an organisation for children who cannot afford education or play any sport. If i am able to inspire kids to achieve something, that will be my greatest achievement.

Mere treatment for money, neglecting patient’s condition, without sheltering facility.
Citizens resting on the pavement is not the situation our country wants to see . Is it scarcity of hospitals or their Inaccessibility? Reach out to the needy.


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Aram seithu pazhaghu4 months ago
ஒரு சின்ன story...♥


There once lived a kind woman in a mountain.One fine morning the woman was strolling along the mountain path.

On her way, she saw a shiny stone in a stream. It was a beautiful stone, so she took it with her.

After a few days a traveller was walking along the same path, when he felt very weak and exhausted.

The woman noticed the traveller and offered him with food and a shelter on her modest hut for a night.

The next day when the man was getting ready to continue his journey, he noticed a shiny little stone in a drawer.

At once he knew that the stone was very rare and precious. The traveller offered to buy the stone from the woman.

But the woman told him that he could have it for free without any hesitation.

The man then thanked the woman and left rejoicing his good fortune. He knew the stone was worth a fortune to give him security for a lifetime.

After a few days, the traveller came back to the women and returned the stone.

“I know how valuable this stone is, but I give it back to you in hope that you can give me something even more precious. Give me what you have within you that enabled you to give this precious stone to me.”, he said.
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Aram seithu pazhaghu4 months ago
ஒரு சின்ன story...♥


Once upon a time, there was an island where all the feelings lived: Happiness, Sadness, Knowledge, and all of the others, including Love.

One day it was announced to the feelings that the island was going to sink, so they all need to vacate it as soon as possible. All the feelings prepared their boats and left. Love was the only one who stayed.

Love wanted to stay until it started sinking. When Love was almost sinking, he decided to ask for help.

Wealth was passing by Love in a beautiful boat. Love said, “Wealth, can you take me with you?”

Wealth answered, “No, I can’t.. There are a lot of gold and silver in my boat. There is no place here for you.”

Love decided to ask Vanity who was also passing by, “Vanity, please help me!”

“I can’t help you Love. You are all wet and can probably damage my boat,” Vanity answered.

Sadness was close by so Love asked for help, “Sadness, let me go with you.”

“Oh..Love, I am so sad that I prefer to go alone!”

Happiness passed by Love too, but she was so happy that she did not hear when Love called her!

Suddenly, there was a voice, “Come Love, I will take you.” It was an elder. Love became so happy that he even forgot to ask the elder her name. When they arrived at dry land, the elder went on her own way.

Love asked Knowledge, another elder, the name of the elder who had helped him. “It was Time,” answered Knowledge.

“Time? But why did Time help me?” asked Love.

“Because only Time is capable of understanding how valuable Love is,” answered Knowledge.
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Aram seithu pazhaghu4 months ago
ஒரு சின்ன story...♥


Thanksgiving Day was near. The first grade teacher gave her class a fun assignment — to draw a picture of something for which they were thankful.

Most of the class might be considered economically disadvantaged, but still many would celebrate the holiday with turkey and other traditional goodies of the season.

These, the teacher thought, would be the subjects of most of her student’s art. And they were.

But Douglas made a different kind of picture. Douglas was a different kind of boy. He was the teacher’s true child of misery, frail and unhappy.

As other children played at recess, Douglas was likely to stand close by her side. One could only guess at the pain Douglas felt behind those sad eyes.

Yes, his picture was different. When asked to draw a picture of something for which he was thankful, he drew a hand. Nothing else. Just an empty hand.

His abstract image captured the imagination of his peers. Whose hand could it be One child guessed it was the hand of a farmer, because farmers raise turkeys.

Another suggested a police officer, because the police protect and care for people. Still others guessed it was the hand of God, for God feeds us.

And so the discussion went — until the teacher almost forgot the young artist himself.

When the children had gone on to other assignments, she paused at Douglas’ desk, bent down, and asked him whose hand it was.

The little boy looked away and muttered, It’s yours, teacher.

She recalled the times she had taken his hand and walked with him here or there, as she had the other students.

How often had she said, Take my hand, Douglas, we’ll go outside. Or, Let me show you how to hold your pencil. Or, Let’s do this together. Douglas was most thankful for his teacher’s hand.

Brushing aside a tear, she went on with her work.

This story speaks of more than thankfulness. It says something about teachers teaching and parents parenting and friends showing friendship, and how much it means to the Douglases of the world. They might not always say thanks. But they’ll remember the hand that reaches out.
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Aram seithu pazhaghu4 months ago
ஒரு சின்ன story...♥


A father was engrossed in his work while his little daughter constantly distracted him in an attempt for him to make him play with her.
To keep her busy, the man tore a page of printed map of the world from a magazine into pieces and asked her to go to her room and put them together to make the map again. The daughter was very young and he was pretty sure that she would take hours to get it done.
The father was surprised when he saw his little one coming out of the room with a smile and the perfect map within a few minutes. The stunned man asked his daughter how she could solve the puzzle so quickly.
“ Daddy, there is a woman’s face on the other side of the paper, When I made the face perfect, I got the map right.” , replied the young girl.
Moral: There is always the other side to whatever you experience in this world. Whenever we come across a challenge or a puzzling situation, look at the other side. You will be surprised to see a different approaches to tackle the problem.
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Aram seithu pazhaghu4 months ago
ஒரு சின்ன story...♥


Everyone wants to find happiness in life. No matter what our circumstances, and no matter what hand we are dealt, the search for true contentment is at the heart of everyone’s goals.

The question, then, is how? How are we supposed to even begin looking for it? A group of people gathered in a room attending a seminar about life and happiness to learn to find happiness in their lives.

They were being taught various skills and lessons about life. Suddenly, the speaker stopped and started giving each person a balloon. He asked everyone to write one’s name on it using a pen.

All the balloons were then collected and taken to an another room.

Now, these delegates were let in that room and asked to find the balloon which had their name written, within 5 minutes.

Everyone was frantically searching for their name, pushing, colliding with each other, and there was utter chaos.

No one could find their balloons within the given five minute time and they all had to return to the other room empty handed.

Then they were told to go to the other room and randomly collect a balloon and give it to the person whose name was written on it.

Within five minutes everyone was carrying the balloon with their name on it.

The speaker began: This is exactly happening in our lives. Everyone is frantically looking for happiness all around, not knowing where it is. Our happiness lies in the happiness of other people.
Give them their happiness, you will get your own happiness.

And this is the purpose of human life.

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