• JET provides FREE education, boarding, lodging, food, study material etc.., to Visually Challenged students, Vedic students, Tribal children of all communities irrespective of religion, caste, colour and gender.
  • Jeeyar Gurukulams, Nethra Vidyalaya, Jeeyar Integrated Vedic Academy institutions provides education for the needy in India and is a part of the Jeeyar Educational Trust (JET) founded by HH Sri Sri Sri Tridandi Chinna Srimannarayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swamiji.

Nethra Vidyalaya School


Started in July 2001 at Vizianagaram with 16 visually challenged students. It is a service unit of JET. It is a free residential school. Started small, today there are more than 80 students in class I to class X in Varija near Visakhapatnam. The school is functioning from JET Varija Asram since 2013 June 12th.


Nethra Vidyalaya Jr. College


Set up in August 2007 at Hyderabad following requests from several students who successfully completed 10th class. The aim was to provide higher education to visually challenged students and enable them to be independent and compete with other students.


Nethra Vidyalaya Degree College


The First of its kind exclusively for the Blind and Visually Challenged was inaugurated and started on July 5 2010 and is functioning at Shamshabad, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. The degree college provides FREE education along with FREE boarding, clothing, basic medical facilities, for all blind students.


Jeeyar Gurukulams / Schools for Tribals

Jeeyar Gurukulam

Our #1 priority is the children’s future.  We believe in our efforts and conduct our schools to the highest standards. We truly appreciate your support in helping the forgotten children realize their dreams.  Jeeyar Gurukulams constantly work on improving and improvising new methods of teaching. Your suggestions are most welcome. Be a part of this effort and enjoy the happiness of serving!


Jeeyar Integrated Vedic Academy


Save Vedas! Only 12 out of 1131 branches exist today!!

Vedas are a mass of divine sounds that created this Universe. They are great treasures of knowledge responsible for sustenance of this Universe. Out of 1131 branches only 12 branches are available today and the remaining are lost. You can be part of saving the remaining treasure by studying Vedas or supporting one who is studying Vedas or help in preserving by printing the manuscripts.