We regret to inform you that our Founder, Dr. BV Parameswara Rao, has left for heavenly abode on 9th June 2019. More details are available on our website.
On the Project status, our School has exhibited a consistent achievement of all First Classes in the Xth standard public examinations. Out of the 29 students who appeared for the examinations all 29 have achieved First Class with a rating from 7.2 to 9.8
Currently, admissions are in progress for the new academic year and with your continued support, we aim to add more students in order to achieve our goal of Value-Based Skills Oriented Quality E#ducation for the rural area of Visakhapatnam district. The school re-opens in the first week of July and Foundation Classes will be held from this week.
Mar 21, 2019
By Sriram - Project Leader
It’s Examinations time at the BCT High School and students across classes are busy preparing for their final exams! Teachers are busier than usual, as they ready the final reviews and help students achieve their goals. With summer having begun, the temperatures have started soaring up too, adding to the heat.
This quarter has been a busy one, packed with events and happenings. The harvest festival of Sankranti was celebrated at school with students decorating the school premises with colourful muggus (rangolis). They also performed the traditional folk arts and taught these to children from other villages. Social animation programmes in villages by the school children, interactions with people across different fields of work, an addition of conversational English classes, conducting Vijay Homam for the tenth graders, folk art performances, National Science Day and Women’s Day celebrations all along with academics and vocational skills engaged the students through this quarter.
Steps towards infrastructural improvements were also taken through a wastewater treatment plant and the addition of benches.
As Team BCT works towards giving the best to its school students in terms of education and resources, it hasn’t been easy with limited funds. Having had to stretch itself for this quarter, we can only hope that as the new academic year begins, much more will be done for the students. Additions of more fans, summer classes and stationery for kids is on our summer agenda, as we also hope to support education for more needy children.
Thank you for being with us on this journey.
Dec 26, 2018
By Sriram NADIMINTI - Project Manager
India today has many educated unemployed, but very few educated skilled workers. It thus emphasizes that all students be trained in some vocational skill, that will enable them to easily gain a job or start their own entrepreneurial endeavour or pursue technical education. In this regard,
Skills are imparted in the areas of electrical and plumbing, yarn spinning through Gandhian charkha, agriculture, tailoring and embroidery
Students in each skill have received hands-on training.
The income from the skills is distributed amongst children.
The photo shows the Charkha skill in progress- to make thread from the raw cotton which is used for weaving the school uniforms.