Teacher Achievers

THE LIVING CRAFT TREASURE AWARD

Art is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known. It is often a silent poetry which cannot be read. Tanjore painting is also one of the kind.

Dr. Mrs.Meena Muthiah, a connoisseur  of art has been a patron of Tanjore Painting by learning the art from her  Guru and did not just stop with that, but made it available to all art lovers by starting a school of arts in her premises. Many students from her school are now engaged in spreading it far and wide across the globe.

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In recognition of her awe-inspiring work, she was awarded with The Living Craft Treasure Award, 2016-2017.  This award was introduced in 2013 for ten extremely talented and proficient Indian artisans.

It was a proud moment for her as well as for the school, when her undertaking was recognized.  The award was presented to her by THE POOMBUKAR, GOVERNMENT OF TAMIL NADU.

The National Best Teacher Award for innovations in class room teaching,  instituted by CBSE was presented to Principal Mrs S Amudhalakshmi, along with three other teachers from Tamil Nadu,  by the Minister of State for Human Resource Development (HRD) Shri Upendra Kushwaha in a cermony held at Simla.

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Principal Mrs Amudha Lakshmi was awarded with ‘The Best International Principal Award’ by the SOF foundation, in recognition of the voluminous and outstanding performance by Chettinad Vidyashram in the SOF Olympiads.

The YLA Youth Academy identified her as a successful leader and honored her with the ‘Change Agent Award’.

ReTHINK INDIA has shortlisted her as a Progressive Principal of India for the year 2017 and the award was presented at the ceremony held in November,  at New Delhi.

Our Vice-Principal Mrs.Tharnee Ganesan was awarded with the prestigious Dr. Abdul Kalam Ignite Award and Teachers Par Excellence Award by the Rotary Club of Chennai Golden Star.

Mrs V Thilagavathi, Head of Tamil Department was presented “The Best Language Teacher ” award by Saraswathi Publication at the Language Symposium, New Delhi.

 Mrs Vijayalakshmi Sultan, Head of Hindi Department was presented with ‘The Best Teacher Award’ by the Immaculate, Chennai and by the Madhuban Publication, New Delhi.  She was one of the two selected from Tamil Nadu.

Mr Ramachandran, Tamil department has been awarded the Dr. Radhakrishnan Teaching Excellence Award by the Lions club of Madras, Metro Central Zone-2.

Mrs V Thilagavathi, Head of Tamil Department was presented “The Best Language Teacher ” award by Saraswathi Publication at the Language Symposium, New Delhi.

 

Mrs Vijayalakshmi Sultan, Head of Hindi Department was presented with ‘The Best Teacher Award’ by the Immaculate, Chennai and by the Madhuban Publication, New Delhi.  She was one of the two selected from Tamil Nadu.

Mr Ramachandran, Tamil department has been awarded the Dr. Radhakrishnan Teaching Excellence Award by the Lions club of Madras, Metro Central Zone-2.

Mrs Khanthini of Psychology Department attended and completed advanced RE-CBT (Rational Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) course, supervised by President of Albert Ellis Institute, New York.

Mrs Bhanumathy Ramesh of the Economics Department was honoured with the ‘Shri Kola Permula Chetty Best Teacher Award’ 2017-18.

Premalatha and Devi presented their research papers on ‘Principles of Science in Tamil Literature’ at the 5 th International Conference held at Tamil University’, Tanjore.

The Rotary club of Chennai, Golden star along with Lions club Madras city presented Teachers Par Excellence Award to the following teachers

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Mrs Sarumathy

Mrs Kamala Jayaprakash

Mrs Stella Gideon

Mrs Radhika D S