Notice Board

Exam Info 2017

2017 Exam registration is now open. You can now apply online or send us the completed manual application form.

Anouncements!!

We have Moved

Please note we have moved to a new location. If you need any services please call 416-724-2466 or visit our office at: 1120 Tapscott Road, Unit 3, Scarborough, ON M1X 1E8.(Main Intersection is Tapscott Road/McNichol Road)

 
Exam Registration

2017 Exam registration is now open. You can now apply online or send us the completed manual application form. If you are a new student please click here to become a TIKM Student. If you have misplaced your user ID or password you can request by sending us an email.

 
Student ID Card

Starting Year 2007 all students will receive TIKM identity cards. To apply for the identity card please click here and download the application form.

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Student ID Card

Starting Year 2007 all students will receive TIKM identity cards. To apply for the identity card please click here and download the application form.

Please mail this completed application form along with two passport size photographs ( taken within last 6 months) certified by your teacher and a $10.00 cheque payable to "Thamil Isai Kalaamanram of Ontario" to our office. This identity card will be mailed to you in 8 weeks. This card will be the only acceptable identification for your examination in future.

Thamil Isai Kalaa Manram of Ontario
50 Weybright Court Unit 33Scarborough, Ontario M1S 5A8

 

Todays Highlights

The richness of the Tamil language is rooted in antiquity. Writers through history have used it to focus on the ethical and social philosophy of the people and such works as Arthisoodi. Tirukkural and Naladiar are good examples in this respect. There are also larger works, religious writings both prose and verse, commentaries and a vast amount of Sangam literature that are a testimony to the premium the Tamils placed on knowledge and high ethical and moral standards.

Activities

  • Providing opportunities for young singers, musicians and dancers to stage their programs
  • Providing opportunities for Canadians to listen to professional artists from India and Sri Lanka
  • Conducting Karnatic music and barathanattyam dance examinations for students from grades one to seven