We at Bharathiyar are fully conscious of this stupendous task and so we try to implement it in true spirit by imparting quality education for academic excellence, incorporating moral and ethical values. We aspire to instil in our students attitudes, values and vision that will prepare them not only for high scores in their journey of life all at a very reasonable cost.
'Much is taught but very little is caught' is general lament. To tackle this problem, various fascinating curricular and co-curricular programmes are included in the academic schedule. Hence the school remains as the most happening place throughout the year. The academic year 2013-2014 took off with great fanfare. The induction of new +1 Batch was marked by orientation programme a sort of warming up session between the students and staff. Soon after, preparation for the MANIFEST 2013 a cultural and science expo began in full swing.
Students and Staff toiled hard to give their very best and hence we had rare, never seen before items on display. Various robotic models were the cynosure of all eyes. Ms. Thangamari, Director, Teachers Recruitment Board inaugurated the Expo and lauded the extraordinary skills and talents of the students. Cash awards were given to meritorious students and the staff who were instrumental for the same. On 1st October, 2013 our school Principal was awarded the Social Responsibility Award by Dr. K. Rosaiah, His Excellency, Governor of Tamil Nadu in recognition of the contributions the school has made over the years to Help Age India. Our school X'Mas Programmes were telecasted on Imayam TV channel on 25.12.2013. On January 19, 2014, a team of 35 Swedish students and staff visited our school.
Events were organized highlighting both the countries' unique traditions. Our school students had lively chat with their counterparts from Sweden during the interaction session. The Annual Sports Day was held on 8th February, 2014. Mr. R. Jayakumar, M.A., M.Ed. Headmaster of Government Girls Hr. Sec. School, Nandivaram and National Best Teacher awardee was the guest of honour. A Coin and Stamp Exhibition was organized in our school depicting our rich cultural heritage. On behalf of Global Cancer Concern India, the great philanthropist and eminent social worker, Mrs. Padma Venkataraman, daughter of former President of India, R. Venkaraman presented a memento to this school and deeply appreciated the school's contribution for the cause of cancer treatment.