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DEDICATED SERVICE OF SHRI P.S. RAJAGOPALA IYER

Shri P.S. Rajagopala Iyer, one of the most illustrious personalities among the staff, since 1907 was a very popular teacher.  He was affectionately called by the people of Ambur as “Raja Sir’.  His services to the steady progress and development of the school were remarkable.  He endeared himself tone and all.  Many prominent men of Ambur were his students.  He served the institution for more than four decades.  The District Educational Officer, North Arcot, wrote his Inspection Report of the year as under :

“The progress of the school in many directions illustrates the energy with which a few influential Muslims of Ambur are endeavouring to promote the cause of Secondary education in the locality.  Prominent among those who are labouring for the progress of the school may be mentioned, among other, Janab Abdul Salam sahib Bahadur and Janab Patel Abdul Latheef sahib Bahadur.  It is to be remembered that Muslims of this place owing perhaps to the poverty confine instruction of their children to the primary standard far more generally than the Hindus. There was a school celebration presided over by Honourable Chief Minister for Education on 31-3-1929 when many of the leading Muslims and Hindus were present.  The influence of the celebration has been beneficial and I hope it is likely to last and indeed to increase.  Such a celebration carries the spirit of the fine old words ‘let us now praise famous men’.  I have no hesitation in saying that the Management has given evident signs of sustained interest in the improvement of the school”.

Between 1930 and 1934 the Secondary School and Elementary School continued to progress steadily.  The Management evinced the keenest interest to bring about proper development.  Necessary steps were taken in the direction of improving equipment and acquiring a suitable playground.  The selfless endeavour of the Management continued to receive the moral and material support of Muslims.  Youths from adjoining villages like Nariyambattu, Oomerabad, Periankuppam and Pernambut were seeking admission for higher studies and there was an accession to the school strength.

The year 1934 was a very sad year for the institution and the public as during this year Janab T. Abdullah sahib, its founder and champion of  modern education whose sacrifice, untiring zeal and selfless devotion to the cause of education had brought the institution to such a height, passed away. The people of Ambur mourned the loss of the great personality and paid their respectful homage to his memory.  He is remembered even now with gratitude, regard and affection for all he did to the Society.

The inspecting authorities reported favourably on the work and progress of the institution.  Free education was continued.

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