AIM for Seva

News from the Swami Dayananda Matric Higher Secondary School

  • NEET Sponsorship

AIM for Seva has sponsored the full coaching of five students of Class 11 (2021-22) towards NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test).

This sponsorship will be for two years and the students would be trained by Ahaguru through their mentor learning programme.

The total cost of this sponsorship programme is Rs. 3 .5 lakhs. The students were handpicked based on their aspiration and performance in the previous level. Parental consensus was also taken before enrolling the children for this online coaching programme.

  • Day Out at the Dairy Farm

The students of Class 9 of the Swami Dayananda Matric Higher Secondary School, Manjakkudi, Tamil Nadu, recently paid a visit to the Swami Dayananda Goshala nearby. The students had many queries related to the cows that were patiently answered by the staff of Swami Dayananda Educational Trust (SDET).

  • School Lab


SASTRA has committed itself to establish the SASTRA-CNR Rao Lab facility in 10 schools at a cost of Rs.5 lakh each. The Swami Dayananda Matriculation Higher Secondary School is one such institution where this facility has been set up.

As part of this process, selected students from Class 9, 11 and 12 recently participated in the first and second level of the training session at the SASTRA-CNR Lab. The main goal is facilitation with DIY (Do-It-Yourself) kits on robotics, IoT, 3D printing, AI (artificial intelligence) and drones. This has been done with an overall mission to strengthen science and technology-based learning at the school level.

In the first session, students from Class 9 got introduced to the basics in robotics and Arduino. Students from Class 11 and 12 participated in the next session.

At the end of the second training programme, students were able to connect the circuit on their own. As part of continuous learning and training, the students were given projects on auto cap, basic water saving projects and auto detection sanitization.

Our students have given thumbs up to this programme. They eagerly participated in all the training activity and are now curious to know about STEM lab equipments. Some devices like sensors and micro controllers were new to the students.

Sharing his feedback, the trainer from Propeller Technologies said that students from this school had a very good foundation and smart ideas related to programming. “It was very easy to train them and the Swami Dayananda School is one of the best so far in terms of imparting of this training.”

Cheers to that!