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Rtapalli follows a highly enriching academic programme taking the Orissa Board of Secondary Education curriculum as its first building block. In addition, students learn advanced topics in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and computer science. Strong emphasis is given to Sanskrit, Oriya and English literature. Our students also learn to recite from the Vedas.

More importantly Rtapalli provides an extraordinary opportunity to its 9th and 10th class students to take online courses from renowned professors and scientists at prestigious universities around the world. This is possible because of a strong foundation given in Classes 6-8. Some aspects of our advanced curriculum are shown below:


In order to develop a Center of Excellence in high school mathematics education Rtapalli has put in a major part of its resources to develop a rigorous mathematics programme. We invite you to visit our mathematics page to find more about it. Rtapalli Mathematics Programme. For a better understanding please read our Student Comments.

Mathematics in India - From Vedic Period to Modern Times: Excellent IIT Bombay video lectures on India's contribution to mathematics.

PBS Series: Random Walk: Random Walk explained.


In 2013 Rtapalli Class-9 students had an exciting journey into the Secret of Life in their Introduction to Biology class. Prof. Eric Lander, one of the leaders of the Human Genome Project was their teacher. We invite you to visit our biology page to read more about it. Rtapalli Biology Programme

Scitable by Nature Education: A wonderful site to learn essentials of cell biolgy, genetics and topics of modern biology.



Chemical Demonstrations: Excellent demonstrations and explanations of chemical reactions at MIT.

The World of Chemistry: A video instructional series by the University of Maryland for college and high school classrooms and adult learners.

The Chemical Education Digital Library: At this National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored site you can learn about each element with data, video and crystal structure; investigate molecular structure and chemical bonding with 3D atomic models; and learn chemistry concepts in a new and flexible way.

Awesome Chemistry GIFs: Just enjoy.

Periodic Table: Another clickable periodic table.


We invite you to visit our physics page to read more about it. Rtapalli Physics Programme

The Universe in a Nutshell: Watch a fabulous talk for high school students by Prof. Michio Kaku from CUNY.

The Mechanical Universe: Watch a critically-acclaimed series of 52 thirty-minute videos covering the basic topics of an introductory university physics course.

Feynman Lectures on Physics from CalTech for undergraduate students.

The Theoretical Minimum by Leonard Susskind: a veritable goldmine of physics lectures by Prof. Susskind of Stanford University for undergraduate, graduate students and physics enthusiasts.

The Future of Fundamental Physics: Listen to the series of Cornell lectures by Nima Arkani-Hamed, one of the greatest minds of physics. More appropriate for undergraduate and higher level science students.

For The Love of Physics: Watch Prof. Lewin from MIT.

American Physical Society: Learn physics and stay in touch with the physics world.

PhET Interactive Simulations

Super-strong neodymium magnets crushing a man's hand

How Magnet Works - The FORCE of Nature | A Documentary Film

Strong magnet falling in a copper tube


Elements of Style: The tiny giant classic by Strunk and White to improve writing in English.

Learn English from BBC:

Purdue Online Writing Lab: Resources for grammar and creative writing. If you are planning to take GRE and apply to the US universities, this place helps you in preparing Graduate School Application.

University of Otawa - Writing Center: Resources for grammar and creative writing.


The South Asian Literary Recording Project.: Listen to audio recordings of Manoj Das and other Odiya and Asian authors at the Library of Congress.


Sanjukta Panigrahi - Mukhari Pallavi 1/2: Watch a rare video footage of Sanjukta Panigrahi.

Sanjukta Panigrahi - Mukhari Pallavi 2/2: Part2

Incredible India-Odissi-Mangalacharan: Watch an exquisite piece by Sujata Mohapatra

Rageshree Pallavi: A beautiful piece for our students. Choreography: Guru Gangadhar Pradhan, Music: Ramhari Das, Dancers: Aruna Mohanty, Janhabi Behera, Lipsha Das, Arupa Panda.

Introduction to Odissi: An excellent place to learn the Odissi Mudras from Smt. Daksha Mashruwala and her students of Kaishiki Nrityabhasha.

Dance Performance: Excerpts of Odissi performance by Smt. Daksha Mashruwala and her students of Kaishiki Nrityabhasha.

Chhayant Pallavi at Bhavan, London: Raga: Chhayanat - Tala: Triputa - Choreography: Smt. Madhavi Mudhgal - Music: Sri. Madhup Mudgal - Dancers: Khavita Kaur & Katie Ryan


Vishnusahashranama at Astrojyoti: Here you can listen to Vishnusahashranama and different suktas in mp3.

JagannathaSuprabhatam: Listen to Jagannatha Suprabhatam by Pandit Raghunath Panigrahi.

Swami Vivekananda: Listen to Swami Vivekananda's 1893 Chicago Lecture.

Srimad Bhagabata: Listen to Odiya Bhagabata from Namita Agarwal.