Activities

One day “Learning to learn” workshop is conducted regularly for the students of 8th and 9th std. in which they are given an insight in comprehension, time management, memory management


The Institute started publishing a research journal as BRI’s Journal of Advances in Science and Technology in 1993. This journal contains a scientific articles and papers that are published after reviewing them through eminent referees. It is published biannually –in January and July each year. The journal is abstracted in BIOSIS (USA), INSPEC (UK) and NISCAIR ,New Delhi . Since last two years the journal is being publishing by North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon jointly under a MoU signed was the two Organizations.


The institute carried out several Health check-up camps esp. for tribal population of Nandurbar district. A team of specialized Doctors from Dhule and Nandurbar visited the villages like Valhe , Navapada, Dhaner, Lohardodi , Amlibari, Son, Surgas and, Bilgaon between 2000-2006.


After checkup free medicines were distributed. The medicines were donated by different Pharma stores of Dhule city. In each camp almost 250 to 300 persons made their presence. There were few patients were referred to Civil Hospitals , Dhule for various reasons and further treatment. The camps were supported by funds from Village Development Council, London, UK.


Few Environmental Camps were recognized in different schools. The funding was given by Ministry of Environment and Forests, GoI, New Delhi through Lead Centers like BIAF,Pune.


Looking at the need of students who needed much more than just relying on the school syllabi, the institute started “Talent Nurturing Scheme “ (TNS) for the students of standard 8th and 9th in 2006. The entry to this scheme is through an entrance examination conducted in different schools in the city for 8th std. students. A group of about 50 students are selected. Every Sunday 2 hour class session is conducted on various topics other than their curriculum. Emphasis is given on life skill development. The outcome of this scheme is very encouraging and promising. These students have shown better understanding, increase in personal abilities and have fared well in different competitions and in school examinations as well. A nominal fee of Rs 500 per year per student is charged as a token amount to run this activity. The teachers from the society are drawn to teach.


TNS scheme is being extended to tribal students of Shirpur and Nandurbar .