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"What we should aim at is the creation of people power, which is opposed to the power of violence and is different from the coercive power of state."
-   Acharya Vinoba Bhave


Announcements

                               

ALL INDIA ESSAY COMPETITION FOR STUDENTS ON MAHATMA GANDHI

In the context of the forthcoming Gandhi Jayanthi Day on 2nd October,2017, Nandini Voice for The Deprived, is organising an All India essay competition for students on  the subject  "Which principle of Mahatma Gandhi impressed me the most".

The objective  of the essay competition is to encourage the students to introspect on the life and thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi and benefit themselves.

The essay should be of maximum 1500 words and it can be written in English, Tamil or Hindi.

All school students  studying in 10th  standard and above and college students can participate in the competition.

 The best of five entries will be selected for award of prize.

 The essay should be submitted on or before 1st  September,2017.

The essay should be sent by post or email to the following address

 

Nandini Voice for The Deprived

M 60/1, 4th Cross Street,Besant Nagar,Chennai-600090

Tel:24916037

Email:- nsvenkatchennai@gmail.com,

nandinivoice.com

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TWO MONTHS FREE VACATION COURSE IN BASIC COMPUTER OPERATIONS  FOR POOR STUDENTS

Nandini Voice for the Deprived, is offering free tailoring course  for women belonging to lower income group and free computer course for youth belonging to lower income group and senior citizens, at Besant Nagar and Korattur.

The students are now being admitted for the next batch year 2017.

Free Tailoring school  functions at Kakkan Colony in Besant Nagar

Those interested in joining the above course  can contact immediately.

Suitable students can also be recommended by others.

 

 
 
 
 



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