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For Latest Circulars Click here. Latest News : Digital Class room was inaugurated by Hon'ble Minister of Civil Supplies Smt. Paritala Sunitha garu, at MJPAPBCW Residential School (Girls), Nasannakota, Ananthapuramu Dist, Andhra Pradesh.

WELCOME TO OUR EDUCATIONAL DOMAIN

Backward Classes Welfare Department established a new Society in the name of MAHATMA JYOTIBA PHULE ANDHRA PRADESH BACKWARD CLASSES WELFARE RESIDENTIAL EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS SOCIETY (MJPAPBCWREIS) in the year 2012 with a view to bring the Backward Classes educationally on par with other developed communities and to achieve a just and egalitarian Society.

Admissions

At present, 41 BC Residential Schools are functioning in the State of Andhra Pradesh, of which 21 are meant for Boys and 20 for Girls. Out of 41 schools, 10 Institutions are meant for the children belonging to fishermen community. Three new schools in Ananthapuramu district and 6 schools for fishermen children and also 2 junior colleges will start functioning from 2017-18.

Admission pattern in BC Residential Schools The ratio for admission of students into BC Residential Schools: BC-A: 20%, BC-B: 28%, BC-C:3%, BC-D: 19%, BC-E: 4%, SC: 15%, ST: 6%, EBC: 2% and Orphans: 3%. With regard to Fishermen Schools: 46%, BC-A: 7%, BC-B: 10%, BC-C: 1%, BC-D: 7%, BC-E: 4%, SC: 15%, ST: 6%, EBC: 1%, Orphans: 3%.

X Class Results in BC Residential Schools (March 2017)

During the academic year 2016-17, 1467 students appeared for 10th standard examinations. Out of which, 1410 students passed with a pass percentage of 96.11%. Out of 27 Schools sent candidates for 10th Class Examinations, 14 schools achieved 100% results.

Other Details

All the BC Residential Schools in the State follow English as the medium of instruction. Yearly calendar is being implemented to impart quality education to the students. Computer labs have been set up to provide computer education to the students. Students are encouraged to participate in curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Students up to 7th standard are given Rs.750/- per month and students from 8th to 10th standard are given Rs.850/- per month towards diet charges. Students of intermediate are provided Rs.1050/- as diet charges. Supply of Note Books, Bedding material, tracksuits has been introduced during the year 2013-14. Cosmetic charges @ Rs. 50/- per month for Boys of all classes and @ Rs. 55/- per month for Girls up to the VII Class/11 years of age and @ Rs. 75/- per month from VIII Class/above 11 years of age is being distributed from the year 2013-14. Supply of 3 pairs of uniform dress to all the students is introduced from the academic year 2014-15. Haircut charges @ Rs. 12/- per head per month is being spent for all the boy students. In the current academic year of 2017-18, students have been supplied 2 pairs of Shoes (1-Black and 1-White canvas) 3 pairs of Socks, tie and belt to all the students. Digital classrooms have been established in all the schools. The SCERT school calendar under the AP state Board CCE model is being followed. All round development of the child is emphasized and adequate opportunity is provided to the students to express themselves in Sports, Cultural activities and Academic excellence. View More

 

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