SRI BHUVANENDRA RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL
(Managed by Sri Bhuvanendra College Trust R.)
MADHAV NAGAR, KARKALA - 574 104
CBSE AFFN. No. : 830100
     BIRTH OF THE SCHOOL
      Sri Bhuvanendra Residential School (SBRS) is founded in order to fulfill the educational needs of the children of the rural areas who are deprived of suitable educational opportunities and a favourable environment. The set goal is to frame, organize and to execute a specific methodology in order to provide quality education under the umbrella of SBC Trust.
   
     Sri Bhuvanendra Residential School

      Blessed by His Holiness Srimath Bhuvanendra Thirtha Swamiji of Kashi Mutt, visualized by Padmashree Dr. T.M.A, Pai, the architect of modern Manipal, steered by the enlightened.

      Trustees of Sri Bhuvanendra College, Karkala, Sri Bhuvanendra Residential School has taken its birth on 01-06-2001 in the midst of lavish and serene nature's greenery overlooking the imposing range of western ghats. Divinity of the saint and sublimity of the nature have rendered the campus a balanced blending of an ideal surrounding meant for the all round development of the young in their formative years. Located not far from the town, (3 Kms) the school has the advantage of fresh breeze and an unpolluted life necessary for healthy body and healthy mind of the young and the innocent. An unimaginably vast stretch of land measuring about 14 acres within the municipal limits of Karkala has been the legacy of the late Prof. K. Damodar Kini, the founder principal of Sri Bhuvanendra College due to his distant farsightedness prompted by dedicated determination to enlarge the message of Sri Bhuvanendra. The land could accommodate and enrich the infrastructure such as playground, hostels, swimming pool, etc., and could provide abundant scope for future growth of the school.
   
      
      Karkala has a long and a strong tradition of being the center of a number of educational institutions in and around the locality. But the concept of a residential school where the academic excellence of a student could be promoted and protected, the quality of mind could be improved by constantly monitoring him day and night have not been experimented upon by any institution in Karkala so far. Residential school is not a necessity but a facility. It prepares the student for a higher level of intellectual adventure. The CBSE Syllabus which the school requires him/her to study will equip the student for a more ambitious career in the context of the modern competitive world in general and the present educational scenario in particular. The school is particularly suited for the parents who are away at different parts of the state / country / world, and for the students who are deprived of parental care and affection for various reasons. Exhaustive efforts are already set in motion to bring this pioneering
school to a total success.
 
Dr. T.M.A. Pai
Dr. T.M.A. Pai
(1898 - 1979)
      Padmashree Dr. T. M. A. Pai - the wizard of Manipal, has transformed a barren tiny village into a productive megatown with its thrust on health, ignorance and poverty. His message of hope to the poor, the desperate and the deprived is loud and clear. The saga of the growth of Manipal under Dr. T. M. A. Pai with its international dimension is a monumental phenomenon
Objectives
A]
TO PROVIDE QUALITATIVE AND SKILL-ORIENTED EDUCATION, ESPECIALLY FOR THE CHILDREN OF RURAL AREAS.
   
B]
TO ENABLE THE CHILDREN DEVELOP A GOOD COMMAND OVER THE LANGUAGE.
   
C]
TO INCULCATE DISCIPLINE IN THE YOUNG CHILDREN, TRAIN THEM FOR LIFE AND MAKE THEM SOCIALLY ACCEPTABLE AND HELP THEM DEVELOP GOOD MANNERS AND CHARACTER..
     
 
D]
TO INCULCATE PATRIOTISM, A SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY AND THE HABIT OF HARD WORK.
   
     Management
Sri Bhuvanendra Residential School is managed by Sri Bhuvanendra College Trust, one of the prestigious, philanthropic organizations in the Coastal Karnataka and sponsored by the Academy of General Education, Manipal. Progressive minded Trustees are supervising the developments of the school regularly.
 
    Campus, its Location
     The school is situated near Taluk Stadium in the scenic land of 14 acres and surrounded by the undulating hills dotted with cashew farms and coconut orchards. This setting is free from pollution, providing the students exciting opportunities for hiking, solitary walks, jogging and skating. In order to provide the facilities required for a residential school, the construction of an elegant and magnificent building at the estimated cost of Rupees Six Crore is under rapid progress. This campus is 3 Kms. from Karkala Bus Stand, 30 Kms. from Udupi Bus Stand and 35Kms. from Mangalore Air Port.
 
     KARKALA:
      The name 'Karkala' is said to have originated from two words "Kari" and "Kallu" which in vernacular mean "Black" and "Stone". Rightly, Karkala is endowed with rich rocky mounds and vast granite sheets. Man and nature have meticulously carved out a picturesque township rich with cultural and architectural heritage such as the Monolithic statue of Bahubali (Gomateshwara), Chaturmukha (four faced) Basadi, Manastambha at Hiriangadi, Ananthashayana shrine - all works of art on granite. Ramasamudra, the perennial lake, Anekere, a smaller one, in the heart of the town along with prestine landscape all around, have presented an enchanting place with a population of nearly 25000. Placed in between Mangalore (55
Kms) and Manipal-Udupi (39 Kms), Karkala has a strategic location with a vast network of roads connecting various places of interest like Agumbe, Kudremukh, Sringeri, Moodbidri, Dharmasthala and others. Down the ages Karkala has been comparatively quiet and peaceful with religious tolerance and communal harmony.
 
      Karkala Sri Venkatramana Temple is the focus of not only religious functions and celebrations covering the town from one end to the other but also the centre of architectural marvels as seen in the pillars of the temple carved by the late shilpi Sri Ranjal Gopal Shenoy. The temple has generously handed over an inspiring and pious campus 'Sri Srinivasa Ashram' - an area of 17 acres to promote the cause of education, where Sri Bhuvanendra College has been located in an atmosphere of tranquillity.
 
    Facilities and Features
  • Hostels for boys and girls
  • Food for day scholars
  • Ideal classes with 30-35 students
  • Positive, individual attention to students
  • Sincere, highly qualified and experienced staff
  • Visiting teachers from institutions of repute
  • Modern educational technology
  • Computer Education
  • Character, customs and culture- Indian
  • Co - Education
  • School uniform
  • Emphasis on co curricular activities
 
    Hostel
     There is a hostel for boys and girls that can comfortably accommodate 200 students. There is provision for both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Resident teachers are entrusted with the care of children who reside in the hostel.
 
    School Uniform
     Students have to wear School uniform on all working days right from the beginning of the School year. Coloured Dress can be worn on occasions specified and intimated.
 
    Syllabus and Medium:
     SBRS follows the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Syllabus from VI std onwards. It uses English as the medium of instruction. The national language and the regional languages are given due importance.
 
    Affiliation, Recognition:
     SBRS is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt, of India, Delhi.
 
    Admission
     Admission is open to all children irrespective of caste, creed, religion or region, subject to the rules of SBRS. Admissions are OPEN to the classes from VI to IX. Prospectus and application form for admission can be had from the office on payment of Rs. 150/-. If they are to be sent by registered post, an account payee DD for Rs. 175/- drawn in favour of "The Principal, Sri Bhuvanendra Residential School" payable at Karkala may be sent. Admission to SBRS is a privilege and not a right.
Entrance tests will be held and the exact date and time will be intimated in advance. Parents with their children shall report to the office by 9.00 a m. Late comers will not be permitted to appear for the test. Results of the entrance tests will be published on the school Notice Board within THREE days of the test.
 
    Things to be brought
1. Daily wear - 3 Sets   11. Tooth paste, toothbrush, hair oil, tongue cleaner, Water bottle
2. All season Hawaii slipper - 1 pair   12. Shoe polish, Shoe shine brush, comb, Bath soap, Washing soap
3. Bathroom slipper - 1 pair   13. Inland letters with proper self address
4. Bath towel     14. Bed sheet, Bed spread : 2 each
5. Hand kerchiefs - 3 pairs   15. Mosquito net
6. School Bag     16. Nail Cutter
7. Suitcase     17. Umbrella
8. Airbag      
9. Bucket and Mug      
10. Torch with cells      
Note : 1. Eatables are not allowed .
          2. Collarless T-shirts, sleeveless, mini dresses are not allowed.
          3. The articles other than above mentioned will not be permitted.
          4. Any change in Address and Telephone Number should be intimated to the school
          5. The initial of the child must be painted or stitched on all the dress and articles.
 
    Records to be submitted along with application
Attested Copies Of:
1] Certificate of date of birth.
2] Statement of Marks of the previous academic year
3] Recent passport size photographs : 5 copies.
 

Note: 1] Issue of an application form or its registration does not guarantee a seat.
         2] Applications without the enclosures mentioned above would be rejected.
         3] Transfer certificate in original, countersigned by the education authorities concerned and originals of all the above certificates have to be submitted at the time of admission, in respect of all classes.

 
    Attendance
Regular attendance in classes is a condition for promotion. A student will not be promoted to the next higher class if his / her attendance falls below 80%. However genuine cases will be considered and condoned up to a maximum extent of 15% shortage.
 
     Evaluation and Promotion
      Regular unit tests, monthly tests and terminal examinations are held each year and promotion is based on total performance at these tests and exams and regular attendance. It is the policy of the school not to fail a student as far as possible. At the same time a student who has not acquired the necessary skills to study in a higher class will not be promoted.
 
     Rules and Regulations of the Hostel

1)

Parents are allowed to talk with their children/ward over the telephone once a week on Sundays between 2-00 p.m. and 8-00 p.m.

2)

Parents should not allow their wards to keep valuable jewels and money with them.
3)
Visitors are not allowed to enter the hostel without prior permission of the warden.
4)
The wards are not permitted to leave the hostel and go out without the prior approval of the Warden/Principal.
5)
All the students should strictly follow the instructions given by the Warden.
6)
Hostellers must report immediately to the Warden/Principal about their sickness or any other problems.
7)
Hostellers must respect one another and maintain cordial relations.
8)
Punctuality is essential at all times.
9)
All the hostellers must attend Hostel prayer.
10)
Stringent action will be taken against those who write on the walls /study tables/books or those who spoil mattresses.
11)
Students should keep their rooms clean and their belongings in order.
12)
Students are not to get up from their respective places during their study hours unless there is a genuine reason, and with the permission from the Leader/Warden.
13)
Any physical or mental torture to their fellow students or resident students or ragging in any form will be severely dealt with which may include dismissal from the institution.
14)
Stationery items supplied by the school should be used with great care.
15)
Students must be on time for the assembly at 8.50 a.m. Those who come to school before 8.50 a.m. should occupy their respective seats in the classroom and spend the time in useful activities.
16)
On the teacher's arrival in the classroom the students must rise and remain standing till they greet the teacher.
17)
Students must wear school uniform on all working days.
18)
Every student is expected to greet the members of the staff when he meets them on the first occasion of the day.
19)
Aimless loitering in the corridors will be seriously dealt with.
20)
Parents are expected to attend the parent-teacher meetings organized in the school whenever they are invited for the same, (usually on the reopening day in June & after midterm vacation)
21)
Student should not lose the school calendar. In case of loss, a new copy on payment should be procured.
22)
Attendance on re-opening day after each vacation is compulsory. Any violation of this will be seriously dealt with.
 
     Rules and Regulations of the Hostel
MORNING
 
EVENING

05-30

   Rise

  04-10 To 04-30    Refreshment

05-45 To 05-55

   Prayer

  04-30 To 05-30    Games

06-00 To 06-30

   Exercise/ Yoga

  05-30 To 06-00    Bath And Change

06-30 To 06-40

   Bed Coffee

  06-00 To 06-15    Prayer

06-40 To 07-30

   Bath & Change

  06-15 To 08-15    Study

07-30 To 08-15

   Study

  08-15 To 09-00    Dinner

08-15

   Break Fast

  09-00 To 09-30    T. V. / Library

08-35

   School

  09-30 To 10-00    Leisure
      10-00    Lights Off