B. Sri Ram Murthy CEO/Secretary
The Indian education needs to change, and our villages need a more rurally-biased approach to it. BCT’s Residential Model high school serves to be an example, as it provides a mix of academics, vocational skills and social animation to its students.
Catering to students from villages who come with minimal education, D Varaprasad inculcates in them a love for their mother tongue. Associated with the school since a few years, he believes in holistic education for every child.
Hailing from an agrarian background, M Siva Prasad is the only educated member in his family. Having completed his B.Ed., he has been teaching the global language of English to students since 2018.
Learning a language is akin to opening a window into a new world. Teaching Hindi at the school since a few years, V Satyaji believes that a conducive learning environment is the key to well-educated children.
An M.Sc. and B.Ed, K Satyavathi enjoys teaching sciences to inquisitive young minds. Instilling concepts in a conducive and happy environment, she feels that she learns as much from the students, as she teaches them.
Transferring his love for Mathematics to his students, S Ramesh Babu is qualified with an M Sc and B Ed. Enabling students to improve in the subject, he actively engages in using varied tools to instill the concepts in his students.
Bringing the world to his students is D Nookaraju. An alumnus of the school, he has been imparting the essential knowledge of social studies to students for the past 7 years now.
From physical fitness to technological skill-sets, DV Ramana, trains students on two very important aspects. Often overlooked in schools, and more so in rural Vizag, these two subjects enrich every student’s education at the school, and makes them future-ready.
If BCT school hadn’t started operations in 1995, she and others like her would have been uneducated, she shares. The learning model enabled Padma to learn, and find a passion in the skill of tailoring. Teaching here since 2002, Padma helps many students achieve their dreams.
A stitch in time can be a lifeline. Tailoring the education of many children that include the physically challenged, D Ramakrishna imparts a necessary skill, that can create an earning opportunity for his students.
Afflicted by polio, yet not a victim to it, D Ramalakshmi is a constant source of inspiration and role model for her students at the Sri PV Venkatesan Centre. She teaches them sign language, sewing and academics as well.
An ex-student of the BCT High School, KV Ganesh feels proud to be able to teach the future batches at BCT school. Stressing on the importance of Electrical skill, he enables students so they can take up minor repair works.
Enabling the skill of charkha to live on amongst school students, Anantha Lakshmi is an extremely patient teacher. A part of the school since 25 years, she imparts a valuable skill in hand-eye coordination, as she keeps the art of spinning alive.