Extreme Execution Capabilities

All our operations are powered by two principles

  • a) Anything we do should be highly professional and with extreme execution capabilities
  • b) We should constantly review our process steps and keep improving them periodically for the institution to progress well.

Here below are examples of our unique practices:

People and Processes – Our Guiding Spirit

  • Simple organisation structure and a well-planned operational framework to address the holistic needs with the end-user in focus.
    • Flat hierarchy with one-step reach, for decision support.
  • All Enabling functions are handled by highly skilled resources.
  • Operate as one team with mutual respect and dedication.
    • Many unique and best-in-class offerings to up-keep high standards.
  • Performance-driven culture. Open and friendly approach. Clearly defined roles and responsibilities for all functions within.
    • Comprehensively drawn up Processes to address all needs.
  • Constant learning with ongoing facilitation, to address new situations.
    • Standardisation as the proven mechanism for routine redressals
    • Serene, Clean and Green campus.
    • Location well connected by all modes of commutation.
    • Peace and devotion-filled atmosphere with a temple in-house. Full-fledged and well-maintained Gaushala within the campus.
    • Adequate and ever-improving infrastructural facilities to enable comfortable living and facilitate seamless learning for our kids.
    • Consciously built-in safety norms.
    • Secured campus with 24 x 7 CCTV coverage from all vantage points.
    • Hygienic, Healthy and Filling Food served at the proper intervals to all inmates. A2 milk, obtained from our 80+ Desi Gaumathas, is used.
    • All our Adhyapaks and key staff are offered housing within the campus to offer 24/7 attention to our students.
    • Adept in using technology for operational effectiveness.
    • Zeal to reach out globally and share our offerings to all needy.
    • Best in class welfare schemes in practice, offering high living standards and comforts for all our inmates.
  • One bowl of fruits in forenoons for extra nourishment. Variety snacks are made in-house and served to our children in the evening.
  • No outside cooked food in any form is allowed inside the Campus
  • Campus-wide RO water is provided to all inmates for drinking.
  • Feeding farm-grown green grass to all our Gaumathas thrice every week.

Continuous Improvement Initiatives

  • Starting with a 4-Vidhyarthis base in 2012, our Maha Vidyasthanhas grown to 208+ Vidhyarthis by2022.
  • We have growth plans to become a 550-base institution by 2025.

Residential Veda Camp for Non Vedic Children

  • Conducted, Ten batches so far.
  • Seven Hundred school-going children, in the age group of 10 to 14, and following our sampradaya, were oriented on our rich culture and tradition.
  • So far, conducted two weeks of residential camps for them since 2013 during their summer vacation.
  • Trained them on Sandhyavandhanam, Samithadhanam, Sri Rudhram, Vishnu sahasranamam, Ganesha Atharvasirsham and other slokhas.
  • Guest lectures by eminent scholars.
  • Indoor and outdoor games are arranged inside our Ashram campus to keep their spirits upbeat.
  • Various activities like performing poojas, feeding cows, gardening, yoga, visiting nearby temples and feeding the poor are covered.
  • Training the children to do all their daily routines by themselves.

Facilities for the Vidyarthis

  • Sanskrit, English, Maths, Yoga and physical education taught for the Vidhyarthis
  • Tied up with Ahobila Mutt School at Madhurantakam for taking 10th and 12th equivalent exams
  • Exams/ Certificates in Vedas given by Veda Rakshana Nidhi Trust
  • A dormitory-style accommodation, free of cost provided
  • Four weeks of leave during Summer - from mid-April to mid-May every year.
  • Vidhyarthis at all levels are encouraged to perform Veda parayanams to boost their confidence level.
  • All kids learn a minimum of 4 regional languages during their stay here.
    • One mobile phone is available with an admin co-ordinator for parents to reach their wards
    • Visits by parents on non-adhyayana dhinams with prior information
    • Medical Insurance coverage of Rs. 1 lakh each for all Vidhyarthis and staff, spouse and children.
  • One full-time student wellness manager ensures holistic grooming of Vidhyarthis and updates parents on their wards' progress
  • Indoor and outdoor play equipment's for students' physical wellness
  • Free food
  • Milk/ Tea in the early morning – 5.00 a.m.
  • Breakfast – Tiffin/ Pazhayamudhu at 8.00 a.m.
  • One bowl of fruit in the forenoon for extra nourishment. 
  • Milk, Idli for Breakfast once a week and Chappathi for dinner every Saturday night.
  • Lunch with Curry/ Koottu, Sambar, Rasam and Butter Milk
  • Snacks at 4:00 p.m. – Sundal, variety snacks, Biscuits and Milk/ Tea
  • Dinner - Rice, Sambar, Buttermilk; Tiffin on Ammavasai/ Masa Pirappu days

Vidhyarthis Profile

Nativity of Vidyarthis

Vidyarthis Hail From

  • Tamil Nadu
  • Karnataka
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Telangana
  • Orissa
  • Maharashtra
  • Gujarat
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Bihar and
  • Union territories of Goa, Delhi and Puducherry

Vidhyarthis Proficiency

Vidhyarthis Qualified:


Ganantham Poorthi

Kramantham Poorthi

2013 – 2014



2014 – 2015



2015 – 2016



2016 – 2017



2017 – 2018



2018 – 2019



2019 – 2020



2020 – 2021



2021 – 2022






Awards Won

Many of our Vidhyarthis have won prizes in the inter-Patashala competitions and scored very high marks in periodic external examinations conducted by

  • Veda Rakshana Nidhi Trust (VRNT)
  • Veda Sastra Udhdhejaga Sabha, Pune
  • Chakyabhi Vardhaga Nilaya Veda Sastra Pariksha, Saripalli, Andhra Pradesh
  • Sringeri Sharada Peetam and
  • Om Charitable Trust

Daily Routine for Vidyarthis

  • 4.30 - Getting up
  • 5.30 - Sandhyavandhanam& Samithadhanam
  • 7.00 - Pooja for the deities
  • 8.00 – Break Fast
  • 8.30 to 11.00 – New Patam
  • 11.30 - Madhyanikam
  • 12.00 - Bhojanam
  • 1.00 - 2.30 Break
  • 2.30 - 4.00 Patams continued
  • 4.00 - 5.30 Snacks and Playtime
  • 5.30 – 6.15 Sayam Sandhyavandhanam & Samithadhanam
  • 6.15 to 8.15 Patamrehearsals, recital of Vishnu sahasranamam and other Slokhas
  • 8.30 Dinner
  • 9.30 Sleep

Academic subjects in the afternoonare scheduled in between Vedic classes in batches.

Why SCVG? – Points for Consideration

For Parents of children

  • Committed and good Adhyapaks.
  • Excellent infrastructure.
  • Good Accessibility (Near Chennai).
  • Holistic education that includes Sanskrit, Yoga, basics of English and Maths are taught.
  • Only institution offering higher studies in Shukla Yajur Veda in Tamil Nadu.
  • Potential to pursue higher Vedic learning like Sastra Vicharam, Bhashyam, Vedantam etc. at Maha Vidyasthan
  • Continuous growth and progression.
  • Visit of Mahans, Sadhus, Scholars and Professionals and their blessings.


SCVG-VSMV has extended support to the following Patashalas by lending Vidhyarthis and Adhyapaks and helping them with continuous Vedic education in these institutions.

  • Swaminathar Trust, Cuddalore
  • Om Sri Skandhasramam, Salem
  • Sri.Sarguneswarar Veda Patashala, National College Campus, Trichy
  • Sri Saradhambal Charitable Trust, Sengottai
  • Sri Rama Vedapadasala, Kettavarampalayam
  • Sri Raghavashram, Mambakkam, near Vandalur, Chennai
  • Nagarathar Padaga Salai, Pallathur near Karaikudi

SCVG-VSMV extends academic and supervisory support as and when needed, while Logistics and Finance are the responsibility of the respective institutions.