Construction of Classrooms at NMJ school
Construction of Seminar Hall and Classroom building at Jawahar Science college
Facelifting of Govt. School at A-Block
Renovated school building - St. josephs, Neyveli
TAALEEM - Formal Education to Children and Youth

NLCI recognizes the importance of education in human development of the region and offers best educational facilities to the students through 10 Schools run under NLCI Management – 2 Elementary Schools, 3 Middle Schools, 2 High Schools and 3 Higher Secondary Schools. Nearly 35,000 students from the peripheral villages along with the wards of Neyveli residents, benefit from these schools Formal Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Provided to around 7000 students in NLC India -Run Schools from Neyveli and surrounding areas.

  • External Stakeholder Ratio: 94.84%
  • Gender Inclusion Raito: 59.88%
  • SC/ST Inclusion Ratio: 34.03%
  • Gender inclusion among SC/ST Students: 55.66%
  • OBC Inclusion Ratio: 63.62%

Sneha Opportunity Society

NLC India Limited patronizes Sneha Opportunity Society which runs a special school, 'Sneha' for special and differently-abled children from Neyveli and surrounding villages, imparting special education through specially trained teachers.

During the year 2014-15, a total expenditure of 10.812 lakhs and in 2015-16 a total amount of 17.725 lakhs are spent on this scheme.

SHRAVANEE - Education to the hearing and speech impaired

During the year 2015-16, an expenditure of 1.5 lakh has been spent on this initiative through CSR.

VIJAYA SOPAN - (Vetripadi)

To ease the difficulty faced by Tamil Medium students in nearby villages in clearing the Board examination, NLC in association with Neyveli Tamil Sangam organizing month long free coaching classes “Vetripadi” to the students who have been promoted to class ten of that Academic Year. Experts and experienced teacher are engaged during summer vacation to impart knowledge in a simple way, for subjects like Mathematics, Science and English language. Also confidence building techniques were taught by professionals. . Students were provided with free food and stationery on all the days of classes.

In 2013-14, the number of students who took advantage of this program was 215 and in 2014-15 this number has increased to 350 and in 2015-16 it increased to 365.

During the year 2014-15 a total expenditure of Rs 4.868 lakhs has been spent on Vetripadi and in 2015-16 it was 4.865 lakhs.


NLC India has been organizing “VETRIKKANI KITTUM” (Success is Achievable), through Junior Chamber International a project for 10th and 12th students, who have just got through the public exam. The above programme exclusively dealt with motivation, improving self confidence, memory techniques and developing skills to face examinations. School Education Department Tamilnadu Government acknowledged that that these schools have witnessed a significant growth consequent to the programme.

During the year 2014-15 a total expenditure of Rs 4.272 lakhs has been spent on Vetrikkani Kittum and in 2015-16 it was 3.574 lakhs.

SAHAYATHA – Scholarships

Providing Scholarships to SC/ST/OBC students of Jawahar ScienceCollege and Contract workmen to pursue higher Education.

During the year 2014-15 a total expenditure of Rs 158.354 lakhs has been spent on sahayatha and in 2015-16 it was 203.295 lakhs.