Sembangudi is a small village bushed in a remote corner of Tiruvarur District in Tamil Nadu. The school was established by philonthrophist late S.S. Natesa Iyer in 1958 and then handed over to Swami Dayananda Saraswati in 2000.

Reaching out to children living in the far flung rural stretches of India, has been our focus and over the years our achievements have been a testimony to our commitment towards humanity. Under the umbrella of Swami Dayananda Educational Trust, the school now has 1138 students hailing from more than 50 neighbouring villages.

Highlights
  • A new computer laboratory and fully equipped science laboratories
  • 12 new classrooms
  • 92% pass rate
  • Admission given to every child