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38,000 schools - 24 countires - 250,000 children taking part - worlds  largest "Design for Change" Contest and Sevalaya kids come on TOP of  the world. The first prizes was shared with 19 other schools. Sevalaya kids designed a change...
Calling for the inclusion of disability as a parameter in the census enumeration process in order to build a case for adequate political representation of persons with disability, various disability rights groups undertook a rally here on Sunday to...
Increasing the number of books in school libraries UNESCO and Times Foundation have jointly launched the “Donate a Book” Initiative. This initiative aims to increase the strength of books in the school libraries by receiving voluntary donations from...
Would you be interested to play traditional games such as ‘dayakattai' and ‘pallankuzhi', or would you just sit back to enjoy a wide range of cultural performances? You could learn to operate the charkha, or perhaps get familiar with the government'...
  CIOSA (Confederation of Indian Organizations For Service and Advocacy) in association with CSIM (Centre for Social Initiative and Management) organized its annual special event titled “Seva Mela” for the people in and around Chennai on 26th...
We are happy to announce Seva Mela 2010, will come in different flavors. This would be part of Joy Of Giving week, a national initiative to motivate every Indian to give. Food fest, cultural, entertainment are planned during these days. Members can...
As you would know, CIOSA organized the first Tamilnadu Development Dialogue, Program (TDD) on the 10th April 2010. It was a success with excellent turnout and healthy dialogue among the participants and the resource persons. So far we have conducted...
Children of Iniya Udhayam who took the 10th Std. exams this year achieved 100% pass result in Maths and 93% pass  result in Social Science. We had deployed one teacher  for taking these two subjects as no teacher was available in Konambedu...
Sevalaya gets 90% pass in the 12th grade exams this year. The students are first generation learners. Sevalaya has proved once again that every child has a right to education and, given a chance, a child from the lowest strata of society can scale...