Rtapalli follows a highly enriching academic programme taking the Orissa Board of Secondary Education curriculum as its first building block.
In addition, students learn advanced topics in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and computer science. Strong emphasis is given to Sanskrit,
Oriya and English literature. Weekly Bhagavat Gita classes are a part of the curriculum.
Rtapalli provides an extraordinary opportunity to learn from the online classes given by Rtapalli members from around the world.
The greatest wealth of Rtapalli is its Rtashrees who
bring in their teaching and research experience to enrich the academics at Rtapalli. Some of them contribute directly
through regular online teaching from various parts of the world. The voluntary teaching staff includes our Rtapalli parivara members
studying/doing research at (or graduated from) Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Los Alamos National Laboratory,
Brookhaven National Laboratory, MIT, Cornell University, University of California, Berkeley, City University of New York,
University of Nebraska, Lincoln, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, BPUT, Utkal University, Chennai Mathematical Institute,
Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research, IIT and IISc.
7th and 8th class students are introduced to unit vectors in an online class at Rtapalli.
Dr. Sanjit Ghose from Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York, teaches Introduction to Python Programming to Class IX-X students.
Online chemistry class by Bibudha Parasar, a Ph.D student in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Cornell University, New York.
Online physics class by Dr. Rajesh Malla, a Post-Doctoral Reseach Associate at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA.