Ramakrishna Mission Students’ Home, Chennai

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


  1. A residential secondary school for boys.
  2. A residential polytechnic college providing three-year diploma courses in Mechanical, Automobile and Computer Engineering.
  3. A primary school
  4. A library.
  5. Vocational training: Training in accounting software.
  6. Free tution centres in two slums.
  7. Rural development activities: (a) Gadadhar Balaka Sanghas (tuition centres for poor children who were also given nutritious snacks) are conducted in six villages in the evenings. (b) Free medical camps conducted in six villages.
  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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