The Rangammal School, nestled in the lap of nature provides an enriching atmosphere where children are encouraged to develop both their physical and intellectual facilities. The Rangammal School believes that children need love, trust and faith to blossom into responsible and mature individuals. The aim is to see each student of Rangammal develops their own potential to contribute to the welfare of mankind.

Aims & Objectives:

  • Rangammal School aims to be outstanding, challenged children enjoy learning, achieve highly and enter into the adult world with confident.
  • To bring a healthy awareness of the modern world and environmental of it.
  • To ensure in developing the literacy, creativity and communication skills so necessary for children affected with hearing impairment to access the curriculum and for further education and to take a full part in society.

To develop the students’ skills and ability in job oriental way so that when they leave the school they would easily get job.

Achievement :

The definition of an achievement is something that is accomplished, particularly by great effort, courage or special skills.

“Never measure the height of a mountain, until you have reached the top. Then you will see how low it was.”

One of the boys, A.Pandiyan secured first mark in State level in higher secondary board exam and received an award from the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

Gold Medal from CMIn the year of 2003, I am very proud to say, the Tamil Nadu State Government recognizing the service of Rangammal Rehabilitation Society, honoured our Madam with a Gold Medal and the cash award, presented by the Chief Minister of that time M/S J. Jayalalitha.




student with CM

From 1996-2014, we have sent 13 batches of students for X standard Board exams and 10 batches of students for XII Std exams.

I can proudly say they have achieved centum results.

In 2011, one of our X Std pupils from Adaiyur village A.Pandiyan achieved 2nd place among the Hearing Impaired children at State Level and received congratulations and a cash award from the Chief Minister.