Gurudev Institute of Management Studies


About the founder

Sri Pachayilsasidharan born on 10th January 1947 in pachayil family at kadakkal. After completing school education he was compelled to join CRPF at an early age in 1965. The irresistible impulse and unending self-confidence to find new vistas led him to begin business of timber and later it flourished to entertainment, convention centers, catering service, constructions etc. As a successful man,

he imprinted his individuality in social and community activities. He was appointed as the administrator as SNDP Union kadakkal in 2002 and served as the secretary of the SNDP Union till his untimely demise in 2012.

Being a strong devotee of Sree Narayana Guru he was pledged to follow his divine work .he collected share from 610 different families belong to his Community and founded SNTK in June 2005.he started a Public School and a well-equipped MBA college under the name of Gurudevan.

For the services given to society and his community he was awarded World Malayalee Achievement Award 2010 by SriLankanMalayalee Association, Colombo, and Srilanka .Sri.K.N.SatyapalanSmaraka Award 2011 by Sree Narayana Dharma Sangam and Indira Gandhi Sadbhavana Award by Citizen Integration Peace Society, New Delhi.

He served as the Managing Director of SNTK and Chairman of GIMS & SNPS till march 11th 2012. It is our duty to fulfill what he has left before us his ambition and dream. Remember..(He could not leave his search for new horizon yet). The very thought of him inspire us to seek new horizons of vision and achievement.

Message from Director


Dr. M. N. Deyanandan M.Com, Ph.D.

Dear Students

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