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Friday, March 09, 2007

TCS-ல் இளையராஜா

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சேவாலயாவிலிருந்து வந்த மின்னஞ்சலைக் கீழே தருகிறேன்:

Ilayaraja, a product of Sevalaya got selected in TCS selection process yesterday and will be joining TCS next month.

This boy lost his father when he was seven years old. His mother was selling peanuts in Thurininravur railway station. She was not able to support the boy and hence came and left the boy under Sevalaya's care, 18 years ago. He grew up in Sevalaya, completed his studies and then finished his diploma in computer science. He appeared for WTI test and interview and was selected to work in the Barclays BPO project. After a year, TCS shifted this business to Intellinet and hence he became a intellinet employee. Now he has come back to TCS. He comes to Sevalaya every weekend and talks to the children about his experience. As Sevalaya grows, we would like Sevalaya to be managed by children grew up in Sevalaya. Hence we have taken him as one of the trustees, he is now part of Sevalaya management. Now he has taken a house and is taking care of his mother. Ilayaraja says "Sevalaya is solely responsible for my growth. Now I want to give back to the society and do my bit and make sure that all other kids at Sevalaya come up in life like me". His mother says "But for Sevalaya my son would have been selling peanuts in the station today as I was doing long ago. Never in my dreams I thought that my son will get a job in such a big organization".

எல்லாம் கிடைத்தும் எதுவுமே அடையாத பலருக்கு மத்தியில் எதுவும் கிடைக்காமல் தன் முயற்சியால் உயர்ந்த இளையராஜாவைப் பாராட்டியே தீர வேண்டும்.

இளையராஜாவுக்குப் படியமைத்துத் தந்த சேவாலயாவுக்கு இதில் மிக முக்கியப் பங்கிருக்கிறது. ஆதரவற்றோருக்கு இப்படி ஆக்க பூர்வமான வழிகளில் உதவி செய்து அவர்களது வாழ்க்கையை அவர்களே வகுத்துக் கொள்ள வழி செய்வது மட்டுமல்லாமல், தான் பெற்றதை அடுத்தவர்களுக்கு வழங்கும் பொறுப்பையும் கற்றுத் தருவதற்காக --- hats off to Sevalayaa!

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