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 Address and Activities of Coimbatore Mission Centre

 


Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya, Coimbatore Mission

Ramakrishna Mission Vidyalaya
P.O. Sri Ramakrishna Vidyalaya
Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu  641020
India
Phone : 0422-269 2676, 269 2667, 269 5451 & 269 5452
Telefax : 0422-269 2582
Email : coimbatore.mission@rkmm.org
Website: www.srkv.org

    Institution(s):

    Arts and Science College
    Phone: 269 2461

    College of Physical Education
    Phone: 269 2443

    Industrial Section
    Phone: 269 2277

    Polytechnic
    Phone: 269 2432

    School of Agriculture
    Phone: 269 2540

    Teachers Training College
    Phone: 269 2441


The centre was started in 1930 and made a branch of the Mission in 1934. It is a comprehensive educational institution, spread over an extensive plot of land on the Coimbatore-Ootacamund Road, 19 km from the town.

Activities of the Mission centre :

  1. An autonomous arts and science college, which offers degree,
    postgraduate, M.Phil and PhD courses (roll strength – 2071).

  1. A higher secondary school having 1577 students (of whom 343 were girls).
    Special coaching facilities are provided to them in certain sports and 
    games besides academic education.

  1. Six personality development camps (attended by 6502 students)
    and forty-two workshops/symposiums(4527 participants). 

  1. A residential high school with 257 students. Integrated education
    was provided to a few blind boys along with other students.

  1. A senior basic school having 608 students, of whom 227 were girls.

  1. An autonomous teachers’ training college offering BEd, MEd,
    MPhil and PhD courses. It had 132 students during the year. Its
    Extension Services Unit conducted five courses as in-service training
    during the year. The attached research department conducts
    educational research and publishes a quarterly journal.

  1. A residential secondary grade teachers’ training institute with
    42 students.

  1. International Human Resource Development Centre for the
    Disabled, which provided treatment (206 cases this year) and
    artificial limbs (152 persons this year) to the disabled. It has a
    research department which trains field workers and parents of
    the disabled children. The Faculty of Disability Management
    and Special Education under Vivekananda University, offered
    one-year diploma course in Sign-language Interpretation, two-year
    diploma and one-year BEd and MEd courses in Special Education
    in visual and hearing impairment and mental retardation, and two-
    year PhD research programme in Special Education.
     
  1. A college of physical education with 149 students. Its fitness
    centre had 1121 members. The Faculty of General and Adapted
    Physical Education and Yoga, attached to College of Physical
    Education, offered diploma, graduation and post-graduation
    degrees, besides offering MPhil and PhD research programmes,
    and add-on programmes in Special Olympics, Yoga and Fitness
    under Vivekananda University.

  1. An autonomous polytechnic, which offers three-year diploma courses
    in information technology and civil, mechanical and , mechanical, and
    electrical and electronics engineering. It had 784 students this year.

  1. An industrial training institute offering a two-year course in
    fitting, turning, draughtsmanship, motor mechanics and electrical
    wiring, and a one-year course in computer software. It registered
    426 students this year. Besides 176 unemployed youths were registered for skill
    training in CNC (Computer Numerical Control) operation, driving, masonry,
    bar-bending and machining, based on placement requests from industries.

  1. An industrial section, a key maintenance wing, which looks after
    the repair and maintenance needs of the various institutions of the
    Vidyalaya.

  1. A Printing Press to take care of almost all printing needs of the
    Vidyalaya.

  1. An institute of agriculture, which offers a two-year diploma course.
    It had 98 students during the year.

  1. Fourteen libraries of the Vidyalaya, which had 1,62,136 books and
    378 periodicals and newspapers.

  1. Twelve hostels with 1888 students.

  1. A charitable dispensary (24,251 patients treated).

  1. Medical camps (395 patients treated).

Additional Photos of the Activities of the Centre:

    Celebrations
        Celebration

    Educational
        Audio-Visual Unit

        Centre for Disabled

        College of Physical Education

        Community Polytechnic

        Computer Training Centre

        Exhibition

        Higher Secondary School

        Institute of Agriculture

        NCC Camp & training

        Polytechnic

        Training Institute

        Vocational Training Centre

    Publication
        Printing Press

    Rural
        Rural Development Work

    Spiritual
        Religious Activities

        Yoga

        Yoga Classes

    Scholarships
        IDBI Bank Golden Jubilee Scholarship

    Rehabilitation
        Inaugurations

 W S    A R C H I V E


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This information on Centre's activities is collected from
The General Report of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, July 2016.
(From April 2014 to March 2015)


 


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