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SEWA bharathi Tamil Nadu activity glimpse in numbers

Seva Bharathi is an established service organization with activities all over Tamil Nadu. Their activities are as follows:

· 324 educational centers
· Two fully equipped blood banks
· 26 blood donation centers
· 96 medical care centers
· 5 ambulances for medical emergencies
· 48 public reading centers
· Two hostels for the use of economically underprivileged students
· 64 elementary schools
· 94 sewing schools
· 435 cultural centers to provide intellectual stimulation
· 7 welfare homes for destitutes
· 3825 progressive self help groups
· 544 pooja centers to cater to the spiritual needs of people
Seva Bharathi is thus serving people both by taking care of secular, basic needs as well as by cherishing the cultural and spiritual heritage of our people.

Contact:

12, M V Naidu Street,
Panchavati
Chetpet
Chennai – 600031
Ph: 044-28361049

SBI donated an ambulance to Seva Bharathi

THIRUCH
State Bank of India, under its corporate social responsibility programme, donated an ambulance to Seva Bharathi Then Tamizh Nadu Trust, a voluntary organisation, on the occasion.

K. C. Cheran, Deputy Director of Health Services and Family Welfare, and Arun Agrawal, Deputy General Manager, State Bank of India, handed over the key of the ambulance to trust personnel and flagged off the vehicle.

M.N. Srinivasan, Regional Manager, Region-I, R.S. Raju, Assistant General Manager, RASMEC, and B. Manivasagam and Mathialagan, both Assistant General Managers, were present along with representatives from State Bank staff union and SBI Officers Association. John Louis, International Grandmaster on memory, organised a programme on memory techniques, ‘Memory for life’.

Source http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/Tiruchirapalli/tiruchi-students-add-colours-to-creativity/article4377669.ece