Education Institution of Believers Eastern Church


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I am privileged to undertake, the pleasant duty of presenting the report of   activities of the academic year 2017 -18. As I look back, I thank the wonderful way in which the Lord Almighty has led us. At the onset, let me pay obeisance to our founder chairman and spiritual father His Eminence The Most Reverend
Dr K P Yohannan, Metropolitan of Believers Eastern Church for his encouragement and guidance.

The academic year, 2017 – 18 ushered us into one more evolutionary year with splendid glimpses of success. The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and critically. The goal of education is to form men and women of character and intelligence. ………. students entered into this temple of learning in June 2017, with excitement, optimism and aspiration. Academic activities began from the next day. Each day has its own spice and flavour, which made it, the year it was.

Teacher Empowerment

Great teachers help create great students. Informed and updated teachers play the most important factor in student achievement. It has been critical for us to train both new and experienced educators. Several trainings we held round the year. Our share of training extended to other schools as well.


The perseverance and meticulous endeavour of our diligent students were brought into limelight through the academic achievement of our students. Both class X and class XII students did the school proud by achieving cent percent results. Following are the students who secured A1 in all subjects in AISSCE class XII examination.

  • Femi Ann Varghese
  • Rekhil Varughese Abraham
  • Shanna Susanne Philip

Class X students also made us proud by securing A1 in all subjects. They are

  • Krupa Grace Mathew
  • Manna Mariam Joseph
  • Azia Rajan
  • Neha Cherian
  • Hanna Checha Mathew
  • Reno Abey Mathews
  • Noureen Salim
  • Malavika Sreenivas
  • Christina John
  • Sachidanand S.
  • Meenu Yesudas
  • Harsha Meriam Shaji
  • Aliza Meria Mathew
  • Yazeen Muhammed Sanju

Parents’ Orientation

Parents are our valued partners in education. We make sure we pass on valuable information from the Board time and again. Our Open Houses and Tuesday and Friday stay backs are great opportunities to interact with teachers and follow up performances.

School Assembly

Our assemblies are an important feature of our school life. They act as one of the main ways by which we create a positive reflective ethos and provide value based education.

Reading Week

Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body. To commemorate the event, a week long programme was held highlighting the need to read and grow. We at BCRS do everything to bring reading to the door step of our classes. In connection with this, various inter house activities were conducted. To name a few, the Poster Making, Bulletin Board competitions, Best Class arrangement, Quiz for both teachers as well as students. The winners were honoured with certificates from The Indian Express. Special Assemblies were also conducted with regard to the Reading Week. 

Independence Day

Freedom is not given, it is won. Celebration of this freedom was indeed not an ordinary one for the Believers Church Residential School family. Beyond the usual ceremonies, this year’s celebrations opened doors for the BCRS family to connect and share patriotic feelings with fellow citizens. To commemorate the freedom struggle, a variety of events were held in the school which promoted the spirit of togetherness.


Individually is the key to success.

The investiture is a ceremony where we as a school, respect and acknowledge the upcoming leaders and repose our trust in them. The council took the pledge       “to be the light of the school” by setting an example for others to follow.

The following are the elected members:

Head Boy                 :   Jeev Kurian

Head Girl                 :   Rebecca Kurian

Cultural Secretary  :   Sachidanand S

Student Editor         :  Michelle Sarah Vergis

Sports Captains       :   Mohammed Izaz

                                    :   Sukanya Ananditha Jena

Primary Head Boy  :    Darryl Jacob Thomas

Primary Head Girl  :    Nidhi Mary Jeevan

Onam Celebrations

Onam is a time to showcase the vast cultural heritage and rich variety for all the Keralites who celebrate it with much vigour than any other fest. BCRS too celebrated this year’s Onam with great cheer and cultural extravaganza which witnessed a variety of cultural programmes, games for  both teachers and students and finally the celebration concluded with sumptuous Onam Feast.

Bible Fiesta and Good News Fridays

All scripture is inspired by God. Various competitions were held to help our children be better navigators in the word, have reflection of the self and of course  practical wisdom .Learning scripture the practical way was done through the skits, mono acts, elocution, extempore and so on.

Good news Friday is held every Friday afternoon to provide unique insight into the word of God. We remind out students again, it’s the word of God which is the strongest weapon in this trouble torn world.


It is our duty to educate our children that service to mankind is service to God. It is not the receiver who is blessed but the giver. Our children contributed in plenty clothes, books, toys and stationery items which ultimately reaches the slums, orphanages, and people stuck by natural disasters.

Co curricular Activities

Today, education is not being an information center of teaching and learning. We provide a conducive learning environment. The learners are mentored to participate in variety of intra and inter school activities. The cultural extravaganza of the BCRS is the youth festival .The variety of activities help to showcase talents leading to a multidimensional growth.

Individual Items:

10 students got 1st place.

10 students got 2nd place

9 students got 3rd place.

Group Items:

Junior group dance 2nd place

Senior group dance 3rd place

Junior Oppana 3rd place

Western music 2ndplace

Quiz (cat3) 3rd place

Quiz (cat4) 2nd place

Raicah Mary bagged the first position for Anchoring (cat3) at the State Level Sahodaya.

Children’s day

The birthday of the great empathetic leader, concerned politician, and keen observer ‘Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’ was celebrated as a day dedicated for the needy and down trodden children.The Phantom Jamboree IV , the annual fund once again brought out the message that nobody has become poor by giving and the smallest act of  kindness is worth more than the greatest intention.To be more transparent Jamboree IV named “helping hands” raised an amount of Rs 285500 which reached the hands of 20 kidney dialysis patients.

Christmas Celebrations

Christmas, the incredible act of love, was celebrated with joy and jubilation .The heart throbbing musical performances with skits and angelic dances was a tribute in truth to the lord of lords and king of kings. The recreation of the birth of Christ was yet another reminder that those looking out for him will have to search among the low and downtrodden.

The lighted candles of the silent night reminded one and all that there is hope in Christmas even in the darkest place thereby highlighting the theme HOPE TRIUMPHANT.

External competitions and scholarships

BCRS students get opportunities to participate in several Competitive exams and emerge victoriously. Proving once again that they are the best.

To name a few:

Interschool quiz at Mary Mount School and Junior College, Pathanamthitta

  • Jame T Thomas
  • Muraleekrishnan

Won II Place and a cash prize of Rs. 3000/-

GLITZ at SAINGITS College, Kottayam

  • Joshua Jose
  • C A Jose
  • Shawn Varghese
  • Kevin Roy

Secured II Prize for product launch and cash prize of Rs. 2000/-

  • Dennis Augustine Jose
  • Roshen Thomas Mathew
  • Rebecca Kurien

Secured II Prize for Event Management and cash prize Rs. 2000/-

  • Malavika Manu
  • B S Lekshmi

Secured II prize for General Quiz and also bagged a Smartphone.

  • Sara Thankam Santhosh
  • Susan Mary George

Secured I place for Science in Daily Life. Won a Cannon Digital Camera.

COMMERCE FEST at Placid Vidya Vihar

The following students secured first prize and a cash prize of Rs. 5000/- for Best Advertisement team

  • Sachidanand S
  • Ashik Haris
  • Suhail Sulaiman
  • Jevin Saji
  • Jaydeep

CHAVARA Quiz Competition at Christ Central School.

  • Muraleekrishnan
  • B S Lekshmi

Secured I place and a cash prize of Rs. 5000/-


A magazine is a showpiece of the students literary skills and a replica of activities that vibrate in the campus.

The literary skills don’t start at the higher level We begin at the grass root level with the class magazines where every student contribute something in the form of writing or drawing.

Every year the school brings out its annual school magazine “ Blaze”, a colourful creativity of hidden potential.

“BCRS Chronicles” the biannual newsletter was also published during the academic year.

Games And sports

The year 2017 -18 has been an eventful year for our students on the sports field. Regular coaching sessions in football, badminton, volleyball, skating and chess were held. These sessions helped our young sportsmen hone their talents and sharpen their skills. A glance at their achievement.

A few of our students participated in District Athletics Meet and secured various position and were qualified for the State Level competitions.

  • Muhammmed Rizwan –III Place in Long Jump
  • Michelle Sarah Vergis – III Place in 100 mtrs.
  • Neha Denny – I Place in Long Jump.
  • Andrina Ann Reji – III Place in Long Jump
  • Aaron Chacko Jacob – III in Shot Put
  • Minali Prathipal – III in 30000 mtrs
  • Aldrin John Alex – II in 100 mtrs and 200 mtrs

Following students were the winners of All Kerala Badminton Tournament.

  • Joshua Paul
  • Minali Prathipal
  • Leslie M Thomas
  • Nancy Sajeevan
  • Sania P Joseph
  • Reuben Koshy

Winners of CBSE Badminton Tournament

  • Joshua Paul
  • Minali Prathipal
  • Nancy Sajeevan
  • Reuben Koshy

Secured II position in Under 17 and Under 19 District Badminton Tournament.

  • Minali Prathipal

Participated in National Roller Skating Competition and secured IV position in National Level.

  • Bryan Cherian Arapurackal

The promising Cricket players participated in the Under 14 Open Cricket Selection conducted by Kerala Cricket Association in which 5 of our players got selected for District Level. They are

  • Adhishesh A. Nair
  • Anton M. Jacob
  • Paul Thomas Pothen
  • Govind Sreenivas
  • Reuben Jomon

Picnics and Tours

Picnic is an indispensible part of our curricula. All classes from Pre School to class XII got a chance to experience it. It is not the destination which is important but a new way of seeing things.

Of course our teachers had their break too.


Before closing I put on record my gratitude to the Management, the Coordinators of the various section, the HODs, the Programme in Charges, the office staff,the support staff, our parents, students and well wishers  who helped stir this ship forward. Once again I thank the Lord Almighty for his Grace. Lets count each day by the seeds we plant and not by the harvest we reap.