|Text based Radio lessons like chinnara chukki, chukki chinna and Keli kali are broadcast for the students of class 1 - 8, Monday to Friday through 13 Stations of All India Radio. Schedule and topics of the broadcast are prepared and supplied to all the schools in the beginning of the academic year and respective subject teachers to facilitate during the broadcast. School heads are permitted to buy new radio or repair the existing one using the accumulated fund or grants available in their school by passing resolution in SDMC meetings.|
|MEENA Radio Programme
The special radio programme 'Meena' is broadcast during school hours to create awareness among school going girls about nutrition, health, gender sensitivity, child rights and hygiene.
|Science Seminar for high school students
Science seminars are organised for high school students, High school Teachers and primary school teachers, which help to develop various qualities like collection of data, presentation skills, clarity in concept etc.,
|Science Exhibition (for high school students)
An opportunity to participate and win prizes in taluk, district, state, division and national level science exhibition.
|Science Drama Competition (for high school students)
An opportunity for 1st prize winning team of 8 students at district level with 1 guide teacher to compete and win the prize and award at Divisional level, State level and later in national level
Students nominated by schools heads are awarded INSPIRE award by DST New Delhi. These students participate in District, State and National level exhibitions with their models / projects.
|National Talent Search Examination (NTSE)
Students of 10th Standard are eligible to appear in this exam. Those who get selected at National level examination will be awarded a scholarship of Rs. 1250/- (sponsored by MHRD) till completion of their education and students selected at state level will be given a scholarship of Rs. 2000/- for a period of 2 years.
|National Means cum Merit Scholarship (NMMS)
This scheme is for the benefit of students who have parental annual income below Rs. 1,50,000/- and studying in 8th Std. A state level examination with a pattern similar to NTSE is conducted and the scholarship awardees are given Rs.500/- per month for a span of 4 years.
|Note: With the cooperation of district Panchayats, DDPIs, DIET principals, local science centres and block educational officers the number of students appearing for NTSE and NMMS examinations is increasing year by year and is helping talented economically backward children.|
Last Modified on 6/10/2017