Chairman Messages

Chairman's message

For over 10 years, PEOPLE SERVICE TRUST has been deeply involved in social development and empowerment through education and social welfare activities in Cuddalore district in Tamil Nadu, South India. In memory of our father Mr.Rasu, and his vision, the trust is engaged in uplifting the economically backward district of Cuddalore distrist through affordable education for poor students and through social welfare and development activities for poor families under the auspices of Sai Appollo Educational and Social Developmental Institutions.SAI APPOLLO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION is now synonymous with quality education and sustainable social empowerment. While our belief in universal education is slowly empowering rural communities throughout many generations, I would like to highlight the immediate needs of the socially and developmentally challenged rural poor, who have no community or government support.

SAI APPOLLO Social Development unit focuses on the young and the old, physically and mentally challenged, women and children, healthy and sick people in and around CUDDALORE. Its main goal is to provide for and empower those who are not able to take care of themselves. Our staff provide a whole range of services such as home for orphans, physically and visually challenged, short – stay home for women and girls, old age home, rehabilitation centre for alcohol and drug addicts and disability rehabilitation centre.


With Warm Regards

yours Sincerly


The Chairman & Managing Trustee

SAI APPOLLO is also deeply committed to the HEALTH,EDUCATION,WOMANS DEVELOPMENTS&CHILDN HEALTH CARE in areas such as poverty and hunger eradication, providing universal primary education, promoting gender equality and empowering women, reducing child mortality, improving maternal health, efforts to reduce HIV / AIDS, ensuring environmental sustainability.

SAI APPOLLO EDUCATIONAL Institutions and its dedicated staff continue to expand and provide better services to the marginalized people in the society in order to empower them. With warm regards