In a momentous declaration, Human Resource Minister V. Sivakumar has lauded the transformative work of the Sri Murugan Centre, hailing it as a catalyst for an educational revolution in Indian society. Minister Sivakumar’s announcement comes as the institution marks an impressive 41 years of dedicated service to education.
In his statement, Minister Sivakumar underscored India’s historical role as the world’s foremost educator. He recognized the intellectual contributions and skills of Indians globally, setting the stage for his commendation of the Sri Murugan Centre for upholding and advancing this rich legacy.
Acknowledging the global impact of Indian education, Minister Sivakumar pointed to the success stories of Indian families in Malaysia. He attributed their achievements to the transformative education provided by the Sri Murugan Centre, applauding the institution for nurturing a generation of graduates who continue to make significant strides in various fields.
He also emphasized that the commendable success achieved by the Sri Murugan Centre is a result of dedicated effort, hard work, and sacrifices. He singled out Tan Sri Dr. M Thambiraja as the “father of education,” highlighting his instrumental role in the institution’s success.
The hallmarks of Sri Murugan Centre such as authenticity, honesty, love and care are also emphasized in his speech. These values, according to Minister Sivakumar, are deeply embedded in the institution’s ethos, contributing significantly to its success over the past four decades. He also acknowledged the sacrifices made by the Sri Murugan Centre for education over the past 41 years.
He commended the institution for its unwavering commitment to providing quality education and fostering the intellectual growth of students. Contrary to concerns following the educational revolution in 1982, Minister Sivakumar highlighted that the Sri Murugan Centre not only weathered the changes but continued to grow and thrive. He applauded the institution’s resilience in adapting to evolving educational landscapes.
As a non-governmental organization, the institution was praised by the Minister for admirably serving without hindrance. The institution has been imparting education to Indian children for four decades, benefitting thousands of students and contributing significantly to the nation’s educational landscape.
Minister Sivakumar proudly announced that Sri Murugan Centre has produced more than 28,000 graduates. This significant number underscores the institution’s commitment to nurturing and developing well-rounded individuals. Expressing his welcomes, Minister Sivakumar commended the Sri Murugan Centre for giving equal importance to values and respect. He highlighted the importance of holistic education that goes beyond academics.
Minister Sivakumar concluded by expressing his wish for the Indian community to continue the commendable work of the Sri Murugan Centre under the esteemed leadership of Tan Sri Dr. Thambiraja.
In a noteworthy gesture, HRD Minister Sivakumar actively participated in the function organized by the Sri Murugan Centre on the occasion of the Kaarthigai Deepam festival. This celebration further signifies the government’s support and recognition of the institution’s achievements in the realm of education.
Source: Nambikkai Online