R. A. Puram community gifts scholarships to ten students. It arranged year-long coaching in Commerce subjects

The community body called RAPRA (Raja Annamalai Puram Residents Association) has donated funds to a group of students to help them in their college studies.

A sum of Rs.2 lakhs was handed over to 10 students by RAPRA founder Dr. R. Chandrasekaran.  The donation was made by a single person.

These students who attended the commerce stream course in school have been receiving special coaching organised. by RAPRA so as to not only excel in the subjects but also master skills that will help them seek careers in banking, economics and accounting.

The students were from Chennai Schools and government-aided schools of the neighbourhood and they could not afford private coaching. These classes were held every Sunday for the past two years and two
qualified chartered accountants taught these students.

They scored very well in the Board exams and also obtained admission on merit to B Com courses in leading colleges.