During the last 17+ years of existence, the liberal donations emanating from individuals, organizations and institutions who share our humanitarian ideals have sustained us. In future also we solicit such kind help which would be a boon on the poor children of our school.


We welcome contributions, one-time or regular, to provide for any of the following needs. You can donate minimum INR 100 and onwards, No matter where you are, you can contribute. Donations, however small, for the below mentioned noble activities would be thankfully received and acknowledged.


  • Boys' Dormitory - Renovation & Construction of one more floor
  • Compound wall
  • Play ground
  • Corpus fund

Operational Cost

Feeding 3 times for 205 hostellers Cost minimum comes INR 116850 (Per month) Payment of monthly Honorarium to Staff comes INR 48500 (Per month) You can also arrange three time meals to the children including a feast at noon on the eve of special days like birth day, wedding anniversary or memory of loved ones -cost INR 5000 You can also sponsor 1 student for one year, the whole expenses roughly work out towards him/her comes INR 12000/-

  • Food (3 meals for 205 hostel residents): INR 3,69,000/Month (@1800/Student/Month)
  • Monthly honorarium to staff: INR 1,23,000/- per month
  • Sponsorship for 3 meals on special days: INR 10,000/
  • Sponsor 1 student for a year: INR 20,000/-

You will receive:

  • An email confirming receipt of your payment
  • A feed back report on the utilization of money
  • A receipt for the amount that you spent, which can be used for tax deduction

Honorium for Teaching Staff

  • Head Master - INR.18,000/Month
  • Secondery Teacher - INR.16,000/Month
  • Primary Teacher- INR.15,000/Month

Honorium for Non-Teaching Staff

  • Administration Manager - INR.20,000/Month
  • Accountant - INR.16,000/Month
  • Clerk- INR.15,000/Month
  • Warden - 2 Nos - INR.15,000/Month Each
  • Cook - 3 Nos - INR.15,000/Month Each
  • Helper - 2 Nos - INR.14,500/Month Each
  • Cleaning Staff- INR.14,000/Month

Certifications and Registrations we possessed

12 A : Under section 12 AA Reg.No.CIT/CLT/12A/284/2002-03 dtd 24/2/03 from GOI

80 G : Reg.No.CNO/Tech/31/80G/ ®/10/CIT/CLT/2004 dtd 1/9/2002

FCRA :Reg.No.052980162 dtd 9th August 2006


Bank Details

  • Punjab National Bank (FCRA)
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The Wayanad Girijana Seva Trust a charitable one was established in October 2002 with prime and ultimate motto of Re-schooling the school drop outs in the process of education with focus on among from the impoverished tribal communities in Wayanad district of Kerala, India the trust started Vivekananda Residential Tribal School in the same year 2002 in a thatched shed.

Ramakrishna Mission, Howra, Calcutta President: Swami Ranganadhandji Maharaj

  • Supported in constructing 3 RCC class rooms and constructing community hall in the year 2003

Aim for Seva, Anaikatty, Coimbatore Swami Dayananda Saraswathi

  • Supported in constructing Girls’hostel partially

Anandashram, Kanchangad Swami Mukthanandaji

  • Supported in constructing Girls’hostel partially

Infosys Foundation, Bangalore Chairperson: Sudha Murthi

  • Supported in constructing Girls’hostel partially

Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM), Mysore President & CEO : Dr.R. Balasubrahmaniam

  • Helped us Technically and financially in all aspects.
  • Giving timely guidelines for each and every time for achieving the growth of our trust.
  • Arranging classes to our teaching and technical staff at the schools run by SVYM at Sargur.
  • Helping to find out donors towards recurring/non recurring expenses of the trust.
  • Making visit to our organization and giving useful directions as and when required.
  • Supported us by funding towards recurring/payment of salary of our staff in 2008.
    • Visited our school by both the representatives and interacted with students/staff.

PAADHAI Trust, Bangalore Ramesh Santhanam - Managing Trustee

  • Constructed 3 class rooms in second floor of the school building and furnished the class rooms (Work started in February 2009 and completed in September 2009)
  • Constructed toilet block ground floor (10 toilet & bath rooms) (work started in July 2010 and completed in November 2010)
  • Constructed Rain Water Harvesting Tank of 24000 Liters capacity ( Started in September 2010 and completed in October 2010)
  • Constructed 2 room vocational training centre by COGNIZANT through PAADHAI to accommodate Lab and carpentry/tailoring work shop and provided with all required items to conduct training classes (Started in June 2010 and completed in November 2010)
  • Provided solar torch lights to some tribal colonies where there is no electricity reached (20.06.2010)
  • Found out number of donors towards daily catering expenses for our children
  • Frequent visit to our organization by Mr. Ramesh Santhanam and giving proper directions really feel helpful in getting improved our activities. Also Mr.Murilo, and Coni Horler and Dr. Raghuram (Paadhai Trustees) made visit to our organization and interacted with students and staff of our school.

Cognizant Bangalore Kalyan Mohan

  • Construction work of separate block for Vocational Training Centre


Give India

Ministry of Tribal Affairs


Give India

  • Raising fund by putting different donation option meant for operational cost in their web page, raise fund and support us every month generously for meeting recurring expenses.

PAADHI Foundatioh

  • Supporting every year the students of class X for appearing secondary exam under NIOS, holding yearly students’ study tour to different locations, arranging learning amenities etc.on regular and Uninterrupted basis. PAADHAI France supported with a reasonable fund to open a Corpus account.

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation

  • Supported by providing a 4 wheeler (Mahindra jeep) and sufficient number of wooden sleeping bunker cots(2 tier) for the children. Some more projects are there with them pending consideration

Cochin Shipyard

  • A big project of Construction BOYS’ HOSTEL was completed by Cochin Shipyard solving the main problem of accommodating boys to who have no permanent shelter till date. 2. Renovated community hall for accommodating workshop for carpentry workshop

Kerala State Industrial Development Corporation

  • Supported to have 25W DG set at school to overcome the frequent powerfailure being experienced at school disrupting proper maintenance of routine work at school.

Indian Oil Corporation

  • Construction of 1800 Sq.ft. RCC infrastructure for holding skilled training workshop has been compleated

Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)

  • Provided one Vehicle BOLERO

State Bank of Travancore (SBT)

  • Supported for procuring 10 Nos. Laptop system for school Computer Lab. &and for digging one Tube Well for getting drinking water throughout.

Bharat Petroleum

  • BPCLProvided equipment/machineries/furniture etc. for 2 training under SDTP

Bhoomika Trust, Chennai

  • Taken up renovation & construction work of old kitchen block with truss roofing is under progress

Malabar Cements

SJ Jindal Trust, Bangalore