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INSTITUTIONAL PROFILE

Thiru. G.T.NarayanaswamyNaidu

            Famous in legend and history, Dindigul is an important town in Tamilnadu. Its climate is salubrious and a protected water supply adds a new dimension to this natural advantage. It is a first grade municipal town with a total population of more than two Lakhs. It is an important educational centre. There are many Higher Secondary Schools for boys and for girls in the town and other Higher Secondary Schools produce more than 2000 students eligible for admission to college course. It is a business centre for marketing both food and commercial crops of the surrounding villages with in a radius of 30 Kms. It is a big flourishing industrial area as well, having many oil pressing mills, ginning factories and spinning mills. A state Government Lock Unit is the pride and boast of the town. The Locks produced here are of such a high quality that Dindigul is hailed as the Aligarh of South India. It is also a tanning centre with some of the largest tanneries of the state located here. Moreover, it is the headquarters of the new Dindigul district.

            G.T. Narayanasamy Naidu charities Trust was formed in August 1963. The late   G.T. Narayanasamy Naiduís name is one to conjure with. As a stalwart industrial magnet, he radiated sweetness and light. His heart beat in tune with all noble causes. To do good was his religion. Endowed as he was with an unclouded vision and unerring instinct, he hightly realized that the greatness of the nation in its educational advancement alone. He was therefore anxious to start schools and colleges, so that Free India might have perennial supply of scholars, administrators, industrialists and statesmen. But it was an irony of fate that a person of such noble idealism and philanthropic zeal could not live long enough to realize his aspirations.       To keep his memory green and give substance to his ardent dream, his public-spirited sons Mr. N. Soundarajan, Mr. S. Devaraj  and Mr.N. Vinothan created the trust referred to above. The trust is thus the outcome of the scintillating idealism of the worthy sons

             The objects of the Trust are, inter alia , to construct and maintain schools, colleges and other educational institutions to impart education in Arts, Science, Vocational and Technical subjects, to construct, establish and maintain one or more polytechnic institutes for training young men in technical, scientific, and other pursuits, to establish and maintain boarding houses and other educational institutions without any motive of profit; to establish and maintain libraries and other reading rooms for the benefit of the public at large and to give grant-in-aid to schools, colleges and other educational institutions which are deserving and in urgent need of financial help