About us


Aravindan R is a software professional with a reputed MNC.

He has been volunteering with non-profits like Association for India's Development, Payir for several years. His contribution has been in doing appropriate interventions in education and healthcare for the underprivileged.

He has done Masters in Computer Applications, Masters in Social Work and completed Community Health Learning Programme fellowship offered by SOCHARA. 

He founded DoctorNet India in 2017 along with Abirami D. 

Blogs at http://aravindanrajaram.wordpress.com

Abirami D is a bio-technology/biochemistry graduate. She volunteered with a non-profit oru rubayir or uyir for 4 years before co-founding DoctorNet India.

In DoctorNet, she is the primary bridge between the doctors and patients. She draws her energy from the satisfaction of guiding the patients to cross each of the hurdles towards accessible healthcare.
She has done BSc Bio technology/Biochemistry and completed Community Health Learning Programme fellowship  offered by SOCHARA.

Her personal interest is in healthy living of self and family.


Mr. Guru Mathrubootham has over 30 years of technology world experience and 20+ years of volunteering with various organizations/groups in the areas of education, livelihood, sustainable agriculture, environmental issues and rights. Have been volunteering with AID India since 1998. Holds Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics and Communication Engineering from College of Engineering, Guindy, India and Masters in Social Work from SVMU, India. Currently serving as secretary of SOCHARA, a community health organization.

Dr. Arun Kumar D is a full time Anaesthetist at a major hospital in India. Completed MBBS at Coimbatore Medical College in 1998, with a Gold medal in Medicine. Did MD Anaesthesia at the premier Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education & Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh. Obtained FRCA and worked in the UK for few years.

His personal interests are in eco friendly living and gardening.

Dr. Preethi Xavier is a homoeopath and  following her parents' footsteps, has dedicated herself towards social cause. 

She has been anchoring health, education, income generation, farming, watershed and other initiatives at Payir, a grassroot organisation, based in Perambalur district and has co-founded Thoorigai Grama Pengal Koottamaippu. She runs the community health work and school health education programs in Payir. She is interested in integrated medicine and is working towards taking benefits of traditional medical systems to common people through community health initiatives.

She integrates art and her artistic skills in communications at multiple levels in her involvement with their team and community.


Kalpana, Santhosh, Rajesh, Visalakshi, Sangeetha, Selva, Shayam, Lavanya, Geetha, Hema, Ramesh, Navaneethan, Malar, Deepa, Madhankumar, Ashwini, Mirudhubashini, Angai, Ranganayaki, Gobika, Mahisha, Rajalakshmi, Padma, Logeshwari.