Dr.Sundaradevan, the First Badaga IAS officer writes….


For reasons best known to them, the Central and State Governments have denied Badagas better chances of qualifying/selection by taking away the ‘Schedule Tribe’ status. But, let that not discourage us; instead, let it be a motivation and give us more confidence to approach these tough exams.
I have lived in New Delhi for twenty years and have many friends among IFS/IAS/IPS fraternity and learnt from them that to qualify in UPSC exams, it takes focused, single minded attention for atleast two years. Coaching classes and group studies help a great deal.
Now, as a strange coincidence, my friend  Kunthachappai Krishnan Bellie, Coimbatore  Badaga Association has sent me the following information which I am reproducing in full.

dear jp, i am sending a notice of our covai association,….., belliekk

11 responses to “Dr.Sundaradevan, the First Badaga IAS officer writes….

  1. Gopi Bhojaraj

    Respected Sir and dear friends,
    As a BADAGA I am proud to see what’s happening around our community and really proud to see Sundaradevan Sir’s initiative. I love to be connected to our network and associations.

    Way back in 1999 I got a reference letter for an interview from Sundaradevan Sir when I knew nobody in metro city Chennai and still he’s helping so many youngsters. Sir I salute you.
    I am now the Director of Adventure sports and educational institution based in Bangalore, would like to be a part of you all, pl guide me.

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  2. I am very proud of you anna . I dont know how many have utilized your great service. Anna if you are interested now we in coimbatore start the service through Coimbatore Nakkubetta Nala sangam.

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  3. Am very proud to say that I am also a Badaga girl. And my salute to Dr.N. Sundaradevan for his great job and bringing honour to our Badaga community.

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  4. keerthi sundar

    Sir,first of all, I wantd to say “a great job done”,I am proud to say I am also a Baduga,I hav a great passion for our nation and I am badly interested in civil services,now I am doing MBBS final year and I am planning to start my preparation aftr this year,so can you pls giv me sme tips regardin coaching?

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  5. Vivek Haldorai

    We badaga people are very proud of Dr. SunderDevan Sir. He is from my hatty (ADIGARATTY).

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  6. Raman Nunthala

    We badaga people are very proud of Dr. SunderDevan Sir. Good Initiative

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  7. Good initiative Sir. It will be so needful if we create awareness among the parents regarding early marriages among Badaga girls and the importance of education… I am a civil service aspirant. My aim is to make awareness among the rural people……..

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    • MURUGESH HALAN

      wish you all the best……….Take some initiative to spread the benefits of the Right to Information Act – 2005 among the people whom you know. Thinking of starting a RTI clinic in Kotagiri or Hellakambai near Kattabettu……………….

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  8. THANKS FOR THE INITIATIVE OF DR SUNDARADEVAN
    WE MUST HAVE ATLEAST 10 IAS IPS EVERY YEAR FROM NILGIRIS DT LET US WORK HARD

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  9. jeyasankar Matha gowder

    Nice initiative. Hope our youngsters will utilize this opportunity.

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  10. this is very informative, Dr. Sundaradevan. We young badagas thank you for your guidance 🙂

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