Bantwal Raghuram Mukunda Prabhu Centenary Public School
The need for CBSE school was felt by Sri Venkataramana Swamy Vidyavardhaka Sangha and the people of Bantwal and surrounding area since long and Bantwal Raghurama Mukunda Prabhu Centenary Public School was started.
It was started on 1st June 2007 in the campus of S.V.S English School, Vidyagiri, Bantwal from classes I to VI. Sri Kudige Raghunath Shenoy, President of Sri Venkataramana Swamy Vidyavardhaka Sangha has sponsored this school in the name of his father-in-law Sri Bantwal Raghurama Mukunda Prabhu and he is most instrumental in bringing up this school. On 6th October 2008 the school was shifted to an independent campus having 3 storeyed building with well developed infrastructure. To meet the requirement of growing number of students and increasing classes, an additional space was added by constructing one more floor in 2009 and the school play ground was widened. An inspection team from Delhi has visited the school in the month of January 2009 and gave a very good report to CBSE Board and we got approval to run middle classes, i.e., upto VIII Std. In the year 2011, a new wing is added with
3 class rooms on the ground floor and a multipurpose hall on the first floor.
Subsequently we got provisional Affiliation for secondary classes ( IX and X ) in January 2010. Our school is now member of Association of ICSE and CBSE School of Udupi and D.K districts and also the member of Karavali Sahodaya Complex.
Our mission is to provide a clean, safe, positive and healthy environment for all the students and staff.
Dear Parents and Students,
Purpose of education is to give nourishment to body, mind, heart and soul. The echoes of Swamy Vivekananda "You consider a man as educated if he can pass an examination and can deliver a good lecture. However an education which does not help the common masses to equip themselves for the struggle for life, which does not bring strength of character, courage of a lion is not worth its name”, should strike a chord in the hearts of all of us.
Our education must be value oriented. Values refer to abstract qualities and ideals that human beings cherish, desire and consider desirable. Values can be categorized as universal, cultural and individual.
Universal values form the foundation for enjoying a fulfilling life. These values can be experienced and realized such as love, joy, compassion, humor, truth, peace, respect, beauty and justice.
Cultural values are necessary for maintaining social order and are reflected in language, ethics, aesthetics, education, law, religion, philosophy and social institutes. Interpretation of cultural values as universal values results in intolerance, aggression, oppression and terrorism.
Individual values are our private and personal principles and are reflected in individual goals, preferences and commitments. In extreme conditions these may result into ego clashes, identity crises and value conflict.
Education must train individuals for the present age, an age which has so much to contribute to human fulfillment. This is possible in India due to our ancient traditions and their modern interpretation by outstanding personalities.
Prescription for healing soul of India is self discipline and value oriented education. It is our endevour to keep up the objective of value education to promote integrity in children.