Sevalaya, the NGO that cares for orphan, destitute and poor children and runs schools for them, has reason to be proud of its wards.

Sevalaya's Mahakavi Bharathiyar School has secured 100 per cent pass in 10 th Grade Examinations again.

A press release from the organisation said that Sevalaya's students achieved cent per cent results in this year's 12 th Board exams also, proving that with proper care and facilities, these unfortunate children, who are first generation school-goers, can also excel in studies.

As many as 91 students appeared for this year's 10 th Board exams and every one of them cleared it. Of them, 37 students have scored above 400 out of 500. Four students scored centum in Maths and one student secured a centum in science.

The school toppers are: P. Dilip Kumar (483/500); R. Deepa and P. Indira (481 each); and K. Meena, R. Purushothaman and S. Gomathi (471 each).

V. Muralidharan, Founder and Managing Director of Sevalaya, says: “It is only because of the dedication of the teachers and other staff members, who realise that they are not working for mere salary and their main job is to help the poor, we are able to achieve such a result. The management wants to thank all staff members and donors who have made this happen.”

Sevalaya is at 63/32, (Fourth Floor, above Titan Eye showroom), First Main Road, Gandhi Nagar, Adyar Phone: 2441 9009.

Mahakavi Bharathiyar School has secured 100 per cent pass in the 12 th and 10 th Grade exams.

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