The appreciations that had
We are revolutionizing the way the education was practised all these years.
Our success is driven by our passion and see how people have recognized our commitment.
We have seen many changes in our children after the TTT relay. Now there is an improvement in their cleanliness, classrooms are clean & not fighting among themselves.
Padmashri Dr. Y S. Rajan
Honorary Distinguished Professor, ISRO / Department of Space, Bangalore
Year on year, month after month, day by day – “Vettriyin Vithaigal” shows the result of the efforts of “TTT”. I am really very proud to be a part of the success of this journey.
Mr K. Srinivasan
President – Corporate Accounts
Vega Tech Solutions (P) Limited, Madurai
I am amazed at the quantum of work done, keeping quality at a high level. The expansion of TTT to Gujarat is another feather in your cap. I wish that like the tentacles of the Octopus, your activities will soon reach out to all states of India. Good luck in your endeavours. Best wishes.
Hearty Congratulations for your wonderful services to young students through TTTLife Skills Education. I went through your News Letter. This is the need of the hour.
Dr G. Pankajam
Former Vice Chancellor,
Gandhigram Rural Institute – Deemed University.
Enjoyed reading this newsletter. Was pleasantly surprised that TTT is also entering MP, after successful implementation in Rajasthan and Haryana. Am glad that the Auroville school also integrated TTT in their curriculum and could draw parallels to Sri Aurobindo’s teaching. Particularly happy that the girl children were more confident after the session on gender equality and the boys were supporting this too. This is the need of the hour among many other life skills that TTT is sharing.
Congratulations on the good work by your team and best wishes in the new year to reach out to many more children and adults who will indeed benefit from these valuable sessions.
Aravind Eye Hospital
I am impressed by the structuring of the lessons, the songs they contain, stories and activities and the involvement of the students.
Dr. Shanthi Ranganathan
Honorary Secretary, TTK Hospital,
It is very heartening to see that the TTT program is continuing to gain momentum and I see it being owned by all key stakeholders, which I believe will be instrumental in sustaining this important work.
Mr Gowtham Linu
University of Michigan,
Very happy to read about TTT’s continued improvement and expansion. Nice to read about individual students such as Ayesha and Krishna and also the teacher’s point of view.
Ms Shoba Narayan
Life Skills training has been effective in promoting family relations of students, respect towards authority in terms of teachers and parents, solving problems of inferiority complex and behavioural problems, boosting self-confidence, promoting entrepreneurship and work culture and ultimately creating responsible citizens.
I have been observing Thalir Thiran Thittam closely since its early days; glad to know that it has spread to four more states in the last two years. Best wishes for this programme to spread across the whole of India.
Senior Consultant, RR Sons
Your continuous efforts to improve the education methods among the children are highly appreciable.
Dr. T. S. Ramkumar
Centre for Social Reconstruction
I hear, I forget;
I see, I remember;
I do, I understand.
This signboard I noticed in a Teacher Training school at Chennai four decades ago. And I identified its relevance. I am sure that this small seed will grow in to a great banyan tree, which will be strengthened by its aerial roots for the social upliftment. I highly appreciate your team’s perseverance and hard work in promoting this noble cause!!
Prof. A. S. Selvaraj
The American College,
Aparajitha is a role model for organisations that uphold high levels of integrity. This becomes evident when we read Seeds of Success. Its socially integrated services are remarkable. The cumulative progress and development of the beneficiaries of Thalir Thiran Thittam harbinger a bright future. Best wishes!
Dr Kamalam Shankar
My hearty Congratulations on your TTT program. I am heartened to see that you are reaching students in other states also and there has been good response. I am sure your efforts will make India a world class nation when the young children are empowered with life skills through TTT. I am also very happy that TTT is being implemented in schools for blind and speech impaired children. Kudos to all of you for the tireless efforts!
Director, Fortune Pandiyan Hotel,
The articles in the newsletter clearly illustrate the objectives of Thalir Thiran Thittam. After Gujarat, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and now Haryana, I’m convinced our “Thalir Thiran Thittam” will soon spread to all other states soon.