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  • Balaji Sampath, founder & secretary, was awarded Smt K Saraswathi Endowment Award for Education and Service on 30th July 2014. It is yet another acknowledgement for the tremendous efforts taken by AID India to improve education quality in rural Tamilnadu.

  • iVolunteer awarded the 'Volunteer Hero 2013' to Selva Ganapathy, volunteer & intern coordinator, AID India. Selva has been volunteering with AID India for the past ten years and has mobilized more than 10000 volunteers across the country; raising funds of more than 1 crore.

  • AID India wins Times of India Social Impact Award for Global Contribution to India – 2011

  • Balaji Sampath was awarded the Lemelson Inventor Fellowship for the Eureka team's work on Science Education.

  • We received the Distinguished Service Award from Rotary Club of Madras South for our education work.

  • AID India received the MIT Indus Technovators Award 2005 for our innovative work on Science Education and Village Libraries.

  • Eureka Elementary School at Walodai, Kancheepuram district received DesignShare’s Merit Award for innovative design.

  • For creating Eureka Books - a network that reaches low cost books to children in remote villages, Lokesh received the Young Achiever’s Award 2006 from Soroptimist International.

  • CNN interviewed Balaji Sampath about his simple activity based teaching methods which has now been adopted in over 7300 government schools in Tamilnadu. http://www.ibnlive.com/videos/25321/tns-non-returning-indians-return.html

  • Outlook magazine covered AID India's work in its September 18th 2006 Issue.
News & Updates

‘Ennum Ezhuthum - 2017’ (numbers & letters) campaign was launched in 2008 in Tamil Nadu with the cause to spread the importance of quality education in the villages during the summer holidays (May – June).This is to ensure every child will learn to read Tamil words and solve 2 digit addition problems. This year, the campaign has been launched in 5,000 villages across various districts in Tamil Nadu.
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