Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The efforts of a common youth to change the future of his villages

Tamilnadu, India

Chandru, a 24 years old and a Second Year Post Graduate Student of English Literature, was born on 16.09.1985 at Thanneer Palli a small village of Tamilnadu. He belongs to a poor family. His father was farmer died because of illness caused by habit of alcohol, when Chandru was 12 years child. Later on Chandru could not continue his higher education but with time and God's Grace, his mother and friends supported him for higher education. He did his schooling in government school of Tamil Medium. He did Bachelor of Arts at Trichy during the year 2004-2007. Also he completed his Bachelor of Education during the year of 2007-2008. Presently he has been doing my post graduate degree since 2008. At the beginning the year 2009, he formed Trinity Trust for my rural people to expand his activities for village empowerment. He has been supporting several rural students wh
o were/are not able to continue their studies. He says he feels a commitment for social work for our rural people because he also suffered to get education, when he was 12 years boy. Later he registered a trust, Trinity Trust.

Ongoing Activities:


Trinity Trust conducts Evening Education Centres at four different villages, Name of the villages Kutta Patty, Karungala Palli, Kadiyur, See
gam Patty. Trust provides good education to rural students, There are more than 200 students are being benefited by Trust.


Trinity Trust has been conducting Spoken English Centre at Kandiyur. The Rural students hesitate to use English Language even though the English language is an international language. The rural students are motivated to know this language by Trinity Trust and the Trust gives training for students to improve English language. Chandru conducts these trainings and classes.


Trinity Trust runs Tailoring Center at Puthupalayam, This Centre was started for the empowerment of the women. Trust provides the opportunities to improve their economic status.


Trinity Trust runs Library for Rural Students at Kandiyur village. The Trust arranges Tamil and English Newspapers, Magazines, Employement Newspapers, Short Story Books in this library. Around this village there are many graduate-students, but they didn’t have library facility, so Chandru started this library for these students also for the people of this area. Mr. N. Elangovan is the librarian.

The story will be continued to encourage youth like Chandru who are making efforts for a better………

Report By:
GRI Reporter


  1. It is an example of youth's power in the world

  2. hari aum
    very good initiative. congrats to Chandru and for his social activities. we are ready to give guidence in this field.

    Aum murugan
    aum education seva trust


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