Sri Venkateswara College of Education

“Education is enlishtening humanity with enduring values and life skills.”

A masterly brainchild can be conceived and commanded only by visionaries like Sri. Ch. V. K Narasimha Rao, an engineer turned educationist, who established Sri Prakash Educational Society on August 18,1977 with the mission of promoting English medium education in identified backward rural areas in East Godavari and Vizag Districts respectively.

Now the society has brought forth educational institutions for 12,000 students at all levels from KG to PG including professional courses like Engineering and B.Ed and D.Ed house in more than 100 acres primarily to enlighten every rural doorstep, never ever compromising on the finest possible infrastructure and students amenities.

Sri Venkateswara College of Education was established in 1985 with an intake of 160 students every year in all the six methodologies – Maths, Physics, Biology, Social Studies, English & Telugu with the entire need infrastructure which helps the premier teacher training institute in getting than 98 % pass output of the students every year.

This institution with the best infrastructure like a sophisticated Psychology Lab which provides scope for the development of mental ability and reasoning helps the student teachers to study the mental and physical behavior of their students individually. The hands-on experience in the computer lab makes them cyber –literate, imparting life skills in addition.

With all the above features, Sri Venkateswara College of Education is the institution where student teachers get all the needed experience to become the best possible teachers who can motivate their students, making them in turn, inspire the right societal change that the country is in the dire need of.

It is the realization of Vivekananda’s practical words that Sri Venkateswara College of Education strives to aim at in letter and spirit :-

“We want education by which character is formed, strength of mind is increased, intellect is expanded, and by which one can stand on one’s feet.”