Thursday, March 29, 2012

How to Support Ramakrishna Mission Ceylon Branch

All contributions to support the activities of the Ramakrishna Mission (Ceylon Branch) should be sent directly to Ramakrishna Mission (Ceylon Branch) by bank draft or bank transfer.

Please contact 0094-11-2588253, 0094-11-5013805
Email – rkmcey@gmail.com
Address – 40, Ramakrishna Road, Colombo 6, Sri Lanka.

The Ramakrishna Mission (Ceylon Branch) has not authorized any other organizations or individuals to collect funds on its behalf.


RAMAKRISHNA MISSION
Ceylon Branch
40, Ramakrishna Road,
Colombo 6

“Ramakrishna Mission, Colombo”.
Current A/c No. 009010001222
Hatton National Bank
Wellawatta Branch
SWIFT CODE: HBLILKLX
100, 102, Galle Road,
Colombo 6. Sri Lanka

Ramakrishna Mission
Ashrama & Children Homes,
Kalladi Uppodai,
Batticaloa.

“Ramakrishna Mission, Batticaloa”
Bank of Ceylon
Account No: 2698511
Covington Road, Batticaloa.
Branch ID: 012
Bank Swift Code: BCEYLKLX

RAMAKRISHNA MISSION
WELFARE CENTRE
17, Maruthanamadam Road,
Urumpirai Junction,
Jaffna.

“Ramakrishna Mission, Colombo”.
Current A/c No. 009010001222
Hatton National Bank
Wellawatta Branch
SWIFT CODE: HBLILKLX
100, 102, Galle Road,
Colombo 6. Sri Lanka


Vanni Relief & Rehabilitation
“Ramakrishna Mission, Colombo”.

Current A/c No. 009010001222
Hatton National Bank
Wellawatta Branch
SWIFT CODE: HBLILKLX
100, 102, Galle Road,
Colombo 6. Sri Lanka

Schools - Once Run By Ramakrishna Mission

Schools -
Once Run By Ramakrishna Mission (Ceylon Branch)

Now Run by Government of Sri Lanka.


Swami Vivekananda 150th Birthday Celebration – 12-1-2012
T/RKM Sarada Vidyalayam -
Once managed by Ramakrishna Mission
(Primary School with 150 Children)
Meeting and Distribution of Sweets 150 children.




Sri Ramakrishna Birthday Celebration - 23-2-2012
by
T/RKM Sarada Vidyalayam –
Tampalakamam, Trincomalee.
Once managed by Ramakrishna Mission
(Primary School with 150 Children)




The educational activities of the Mission in the Island were making steady progress. The Mission managed the following twenty-six schools in the Island before the Government of Sri Lanka took possession of all the 26 schools by an Ordinance in 1960.

01. J / Vaideeshwara Vidyalayam Mixed Senior Secondary English School.
02. J / Kokuvil Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
03. T / Trincomalee Hindu School.
04. T / Primary Tamil Boys’ School.
05. T / Tambalagamam Tamil Mixed School.
06. V / Thandikulam Tamil Mixed School.
07. Bd / Lunugalai Junior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
08. Bt / Akkaraipattu Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
09. Bt / Karaitivu Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School for Boys.
10. Bt / Karaitivu Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School for Girls.
11. Bt / Kalmunai Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
12. Bt / Mandur Senior Secondary Tamil Boys’ School.
13. Bt / Mandur Girls’ Tamil School.
14. Bt / Kaluthawalai Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
15. Bt / Palugamam Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
16. Bt / Kokkotichcholai Junior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
17. Bt / Araipattai Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
18. Bt / Eachanthivu Junior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
19. Bt / Kallady-Uppodai Senior Secondary Tamil Girls’ School.
20. Bt / Shivananda Vidyalayam Senior Secondary Boys’ English School.
21. Bt / Anaipanthi Residential Senior Secondary Girls’ English School.
22. Bt / Anaipanthi Junior Secondary Boys’ Tamil School.
23. Bt / Sittandy Senior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
24. Bt / Morokkottanchenai Junior Secondary Tamil Mixed School.
25. Bt / Karadithottam Tamil Mixed School.
26. Bt / Veeramunai Tamil Mixed School.
With the take-over of these schools, the Mission’s concentrated activities in the field of education in the Island came to an end. However, the Mission’s educational service did not stop there and continues in various forms.

Ramakrishna Mission Ceylon Branch Notice


Notice Given in Jaffna Newspapers
by Ramakrishna Mission (Ceylon Branch)
40, Ramakrishna Road,
Sri Lanka.

Uthayan Newspaper - Published on 12-3-2012
Valampurii Newspaper - Published on 14-3-2012
Yarl Thinakural Newspaper - Published on 19-3-2012






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