About Us

About B.E.S. Bharathi Thirtha Vidyalayam English Medium Senior Secondary School

This is one of the reputed institutions in Palakkad, which is managed by the well known registered body under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 ( Ref. No. 167/1979) named BRAHMIN EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY , NURANI, PALAKKAD. The vibrant personality at the helm of affairs is the chairperson, of the Executive Committee, Sri. N.N. Ramachandran. The main focus of this Society is to provide much greater quality of education for all including the needy and under privileged.

Our Principal Smt.V.Usha has succeeded in taking forward the Institution and fostering sustainable growth in terms of education, character , behavior , discipline, arts, sports & communication. In total the entire ambience of this institution is a perfect place for the holistic development of a child’spersonality. We have efficient, dedicated teachers who really generate high-level performance in this institution to take the students’ towards greater results in the entire area of education.


This institution is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education from April 2000 (Affiliation No.930289) and has classes from Pre-Primary to XII (10+2 pattern).


The School is situated in an attractive campus of pristine surroundings and scenic beauty, 500 Mtrs away from the Palakkad – Shornur Road, opposite to the Palakkad Block Panchayath Office at Kallekkad. (About 2.5 Kms, away from Palakkad Town).


The motto of the Trust is “LOKHA SAMASTHA SUKHINO BHAVANDU”. That all may live happily. We work for the all round development of the children. B.E.S. wants to open new vistas of education, using modern techniques in teaching to mould the children as responsible citizens of our country. The institution strives to achieve academic excellence and provide an education that is an amalgam of two cultures, traditional values on one hand and modernity on the other. This kind of education not only emphasizes our culture and encourages progressive attitude among students but also provides an atmosphere conducive to mould individuals who would be able to carve out for themselves an enviable place in the society.