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Joint Sports Event for Thirukovil Pre-schoolers

In a delightful and collaborative effort, a joint sports event brought together seven pre-school students from SWOAD organization in the Thirukovil area. This engaging event took place on March 27, 2019, at 3:00 PM, hosted at the Tampattai Eleven Star Sports Ground. Under the capable leadership of Thirukovil Area Manager,…
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Vocational Training Program Provides Skills in Cosmetology, Electromagnetism, Tailoring, Driving, and Air Conditioner Repair

Under the Vocational Training Program, 105 young men and women in the Divisional Secretariat Divisions of Alayadivembu, Thirukovil, and Kalmunai received vocational training in various fields. The training was supported by ODW/UNICEF, and the program included the following: Training Fields: Vocational training was provided in cosmetology, electromagnetism, tailoring, driving, and…
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Funds Provide 93,250.00 Rupees to 11 Outstanding University Students in Eastern Divisions.

It’s commendable to see efforts being made to improve education through the provision of educational aid funds. Here’s a summary of the key details: Scope of Educational Aid Funds: The action plan for providing educational aid funds covers multiple regions, including Pothuvil, Thirukovil, Karaitivu, Sammanthurai, Kalmunai, Navithanveli, and Alayadivembu. Selection…
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Sports Competitions in Kalmunai Manachenai Village Schools

It’s heartening to hear about the initiative to bring out the potential and talents of children through sports competitions. Here’s a summary of the event held at Kalmunai Manachenai Village Vivekananda School on August 9, 2009, involving students from Vivekananda, Ganesa, and Kalaimaal Preschools in the Kalmunai Region: Event Overview:…
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In educational grant Program Provides 150 A/L Students in 7 Divisions Offering 75,000 Rupees per Month for 12 Months.

Under the Educational Grant Program, financial support was provided to 150 high-achieving students who were selected based on specific criteria. Each student received an educational grant of 75,000 rupees per month for 12 months, totaling 900,000 rupees per student. This program was implemented in seven Divisional Secretary Divisions, namely Pottuvil,…
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