Academic Rigor

Institutions - At Glance

Types of Institutions Total No. of Institutions Boys Girls Total
No. of Institutions Capacity of each Institution Total No. of Institutions Capacity of each Institution Total
Degree Colleges for Women 30 0 0 0 30 840 25200 25200
Independent Junior Colleges 2 1 320 320 1 320 320 640
Upgraded schools V to Intermediate. 138 49 640 31360 89 640 56960 88320
Schools from Class V to X class 2 0 480 0 2 480 960 960
Schools from Class V to VIII class 52 24 320 7680 28 320 8960 16640
Schools from V to IX class 43 19 400 0 24 400 9600 17200
Centre of Excellence (IX to Inter) 1 0 0 0 1 720 720 720
TOTAL 268 93 2160 46960 175 3720 102720 149680

Admission Procedure

1) 5th standard through Entrance Test
2) 1st year Intermediate based on SSC marks
3) Admission in IX and Junior Intermediate in Centre of Excellence is through Entrance Test
4) Degree based on Intermediate marks

Courses Offered

Degree :

1. B.Sc (MPC)
2. B.Sc (MSCs)
3. B.Sc (BZC)
4. B.Sc (ZMC)
5. B.A (HEP)
6. B.Com (General)
7. B.Com (Computers)


1 . MPC
2. BiPC
3. CEC
4. HEC
5. MEC

Medium of Instruction - English

Rule of Reservation

Community % of Reservation
Scheduled Caste (SC) 75%
SC Converted Christians 2%
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 6%
Backward Caste (BC) 12%
Minorities 3%
Other Caste (OC) 2%
Total 100%

Best Practices

The Society has been striving to provide highest standards of education. To achieve this vision, several unique practices were introduced as part of the Five-Point Plan (P5) to promote a distinctive teaching and learning environment that empowers both students and teachers. Furthermore, the P5 Plan aims at bringing about a desirable change in attitude, character and overall personality of the boys and the girls.

Five - Point Plan (P5)

1. Continuous empowerment of students, teachers, and principals
2. Promote a unique teaching and learning environment that empowers both students and teachers.
3. Promoting healthy and competitive spirit among students, teachers, schools, and zones
4. Intensifying the use of technology in both academic and administrative activities
5. Enlisting community participation by tapping the potential of parents, alumni, mentors, and volunteers

Academic Calendar

The TSWREI Society meticulously prepares the Academic Calendar every year keeping in view of the vision and priorities of the Society. The academic calendar 2016-17 is designed to help,nurture and create best possible educational experience for every child. Furthermore, it is systematically planned to elevate, enrich and empower the young aspirants. It serves as an important source of information about scholastic and co-scholastic activities, tests, examination schedules, holidays, etc. The academic calendar of events is intended to bring uniformity in all the activities conducted by the institutions in the state.

Academic Calender 2017-18.............. Click here

New Quality Policy (NQP 2016)

Telangana Social Welfare Residential Educational Institutions Society (TSWREIS) has been working with an aim of providing quality education to the needy and deprived children from the Scheduled Caste (SC) and the Scheduled Tribe (ST) communities. In fact, many teachers have been working beyond the call of their duty to provide quality education to the children on par with the other advantaged children in the society.

NEW QUALITY POLICY 2019.............. Click here