On Sunday, January 6, members of the Annamalai University Alumni Association (AAA) pledged to contribute 1,000 hours of community service in 2019 and 2020 with the People’s Association Integration Council.
Held in conjunction with the AAA 20th anniversary celebrations, the event was graced by Guest of Honour, Minister for Communications and Information Mr S. Iswaran. Achored by well-known local artist and host G T Mani, it was an engaging evening of dialogues with the Minister.
AAA Vice President Rajesh Sundararaman said, “We have been giving back to the society for a long time. Since this is a special year, we have introduced greater structure and committed 1000 hours towards the community effort.”
Annamalai University is a highly acclaimed Indian university based in Chidambaram, Tamil Nadu. Since its establishment on January 1, 1929, the university has produced top talents who went on to excel in various fields across the globe. More than 750 alumni members of Annamalai University now call Singapore their home and have been actively contributing to the community through AAA, since its launch in 1998.
Connected to India brings you some snapshots of the ceremony.