Our Annual Report for 2020-21 is ready and published on (05 Jul 2021) despite the peak Corona pandemic.
Our Annual Report for 2019-20 is ready and published on (10 May 2020) despite the Corona pandemic. We could not get as much funds this year because of that and even to make the Annual Report, we had to struggle to get the Auditor to sign and get the prints.
- We are looking for experienced teachers in Science, Math, Social studies. Good Salary + food + accommodation (with family) provided. For more details, please contact +91-9848235103 (Mr. Purna Chander Rao, Secretary) or email at email@example.com
- We have been supporting graduate (alumni of NICE School) for their higher studies (some Engineering, arts and other domains). We need your support to make us continue their education. They are still in need of our support. Please make your donation and inform us the same.
NICE School and Mr. Purnachander Rao, Secretary, Founder of NICE has been featured in 21 Feb 2021 Andhra Jyothi, Telgu news paper. An full page article is published in special edition of the news paper.
Our Annual Report for 2020-21 is ready and published on (05 Jul 2021) despite the Corona pandemic.
We usually release our Annual Report by the end of April every year, but this time we could release in July. Please find the report attached (link to the Google Drive share) at:
Thank you all for your contributions and well wishes.
NICE Children for this year 2018, 10th Standard CBSE syllabus (new pattern which most of the CBSE schools are not used to) we are happy to say that we have 96% PASS, 1 girl failed because of some issue that seems to have happened in Social subject for all our students. All our students got less marks in Social for whatever reason. We are trying to figure that out on what went wrong and applied for re-evaluation. We thank all the teaching staff, volunteers, and donors for all their efforts and support.
NICE (Needy Illiterate Children Education) was formed in May 2002 and registered with the ‘Office of the Registrar of Societies, Rangareddy District – Hyderabad’ as a Society under the ‘Societies Registration Act 2001’. (Regn. No. 595 of 2002).
The objective of NICE is to liberate and educate children subjected to child labor, bonded labor in technical and vocational training so as to enable the child to start working as an apprentice soon after he reaches 18 yrs of age.
As a part of this effort NICE established a FULLY FREE residential school and CBSE affiliated to these children. The aim of NICE is to provide Food, Shelter, Health and Career path for these children. NICE is the only CBSE school, working as Non Profit and Charitable Organization running in a rural place. There are presently 140 boys and 60 girls residing and studying in NICE.