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We believe the quality of education RTU provides, and the qualifications which the children achieve, are a real passport for them to a better future. To cater to the educational needs of the children in our Children's Villages and in the neighbouring villages we have 9 nursery schools, 7 study centres in remote villages, 3 primary schools (one for physically challenged) and one higher secondary school. These schools are recognized by the state government and are run with the support of international philanthropists. The children are taught in Tamil with interactive teaching methods. we also offer courses for childern to catch up on their education if they had to dropout of school. within
RTU we give vocational training courses in computing and tailoring to help the children to gain employment. We also have a program to support those children who want to go on to study professional courses at college.


There are three primary schools. In these the Activity Based Learning Method (ABLM) is used, which has the advantage of eliminating rote learning and enables the teacher to spend more time with children who need it.

RTU also has a high school for boys and girls. It has had a 100% success rate in Secondary School leaving certificates in the last four years. The high school has a biology lab, chemistry lab and a physics lab, and teaches arts as well as languages. We also have two mobile science labs which we use to teach in the villages and in government schools where they do not have the facilities for laboratory experiments.









Primary Schools





Arul Malar








Higher Sec. School




Study Centres




Open School




Additional Skills




The children study up to their exams, which gives them admission into institutions of further or higher education.

I am Silambarasan and have just completed my high school studies in RTU’s St. Peter's High School scoring 443/500 in the public examination held in march 2006. All, including my teachers and parents, are congratulating me for my excellent performance in the exam. I also feel proud about my performance. I can say that it is a reward for my hard work and the input and encouragement from my dedicated teachers. But I attribute the credits to my teachers and my parents. Without their encouragement and support I would not have achieved this success.From my childhood my

parents infused an interest in education into me. Even before my admission in the primary school they, especially my mother, taught me to write Tamil alphabets and numbers. When I reached school-going age they selected the best school available in our area for my education.I started my education in

St. Peter's primary school, run by RTU, under affectionate and considerate teachers. The environment of this school was conducive to study. The approach of this school to the children was very friendly. I heard of teachers compelling and threatening children in the other schools to make them study. But corporal punishment was unheard of in RTU school. All the teachers were very affectionate. They allowed us to find an agreeable way of studying. Along with academic subjects, they also taught us subjects like value education and life skills.

They taught us about the value of time and how to use time in a useful manner. This is what I feel is the main reason for my high performance in the government exams. I thank my parents and teachers and the management of RTU for starting a school in our rural area with the aim of eliminating illiteracy from villages and provide quality education to the children of the rural areas. I wish my alma mater, the St. Peter's High School, every success and for it to keep its status as a "model school".