Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home, Chennai

Started by Swami Ramakrishnananda (a monastic disciple of Sri Ramakrishna) in 1905 and made a branch of the Mission in 1918, this Home provides free board, lodging and education to orphan / destitute children.


  1. A free residential secondary school with 237 boys.
  2. A free residential polytechnic college providing three-year diploma courses in Mechanical, Automobile and Computer Engineering with 390 students.
  3. A primary school with 56 children.
  4. A library with 11,162 books and 76 newspapers and periodicals.
  5. Vocational training: Training in Tally accounting software (412 trainees) and employability enhancement programme (191 trainees).
  6. Seven free coaching centres with 341 students.
  7. Welfare work by constructing a community hall in a village and 18 medical camps with 3314 beneficiaries.
  8. Celebration of the birthdays of religious personalities, conducting religious classes, seminars, cultural competitions for students, etc.
Chennai Students' Home - Shrine

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