News: Rtashree Bibudha Parasar from IISER Kolkata is selected for Ph.D. admission into the prestigious Cornell University
of the USA.
Six Rtashrees are among the 36 students selected in 2014 Regional Math Olympiad(RMO) of Odisha.
Eight rtashrees joined IISER/IIT in 2014.
Rtapalli Vidyapitha, a free residential high school surrounded by mango trees and vegetable gardens,
welcomes you to explore our highly exciting and challenging mathematics and science program for high school students.
We admit students in Class VI (6th Grade) from mostly Odiya-medium elementary schools, and help them learn how to learn on their own.
Rtapalli aims to create a nucleus of students brought up with academic excellence and strong social commitment.
In the ambiance of a Gurukula with modern
technology, Rtapalli intends to shape the builders who will shape our nation and the world beyond. Here you can have a glimpse into the Mission and Vision of Rtasrota - the institution being built by our Rtashrees.
Admission Policy: About 15 students are admitted to Class VI each year from all over Odisha through a two-phase entrance test.
Students from low-income families and rural areas are given preference for half of the seats. Keeping in focus the philosophy of Shraddha,
and Rtapalli Founders that all children are equal, the other half of seats are need-blind and filled without any discrimination.
Rtapalli strives to build a Center of Excellence in mathematics, science and Sanskrit. In addition to mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, strong emphasis is given to Sanskrit, Oriya and English literature.
Our students learn to recite various Suktas from the Vedas.
In order to ensure a wholesome growth of our children Rtapalli provides opportunities to learn classical Odissi dance and Indian classical
Rtapalli Vidyapitha, At- Guabari, P.O.- Sasan, Via- Balipatana, Dist- Khurda,
Odisha, Pin- 752102, Telephone - 674-2461741 , 977-669-5374
Mango Blossoms at Rtapalli.
Seven Rtashrees joined IISER-Kolkata in 2014. Jeeban Kumar Nayak, Balakrishna Chhatria,
Jyotiprakash Samal, Akhil Kumar Sahoo, Biswaprakash Mahanta, Umesh Chandra Sahu and Yotishankar Patra.
Six Rtashrees among thirty six students in the Odisha Regional Mathematics Olympiad (RMO)-2014. Satya Prakash Nayak, Shakti Prasad Mishra,
Sourav Ranjan Saraf, Amrutamaya Behera, Manas Ranjan Rout and Pratyush Rosan Pattnaik.