At CHS, we believe in a holistic education. Here, education is fascinating. Our teachers love their profession and obsessively passionate about teaching. At CHS, children fall in love with school. Students are encouraged to explore. Our students learn to “Achieve”.


Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Vissamsetty Venkataratnam (SKPVV) Hindu High Schools Committee is the managing committee of the school.

The society was formed by a group of philanthropists from the business community of Vijayawada, Krishna (dist.), Andhra Pradesh in 1906. They contributed their might and collected donations from the likeminded people and started primary school to provide education to the poor students of the local area and surrounding villages, where there were no schools at that time.

The society was registered with the Register of Krishna District on 27th November 1915. Later the members expanded the horizons dynamically to a multifaceted one such as adding up a few more schools and colleges besides expanding memberships.

The organization gave utmost prominence to professionalism outlook to its administration. The committee members regularly met and reviewed the socio-economic conditions of the town and surrounding villages and always challenged to set up educational institutions to uplift the poor and needy.


1. Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Vissamsetty Venkataratnam Hindu High School, Kothapet – 1906.
2. Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Vissamsetty Venkataratnam Hindu High School, Gandhinagar – 1917
3. Kakarparthi Bhavanarayana College, Kothapet – 1965.
4. Sri Sriram Bhimasankara Rao Kanakaratnamma Girls School, Gandhinagar – 1972.
5. Maddi Subba Rao English Medium High School, Kothapet – 1991.
6. Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Vissamsetty Venkataratnam Hindu Mahila Junior College, Kothapet – 1994.
7. Kakarparthi Bhavanarayana Post Graduate College, Kothapet – 2001 (MBA).
8. Kakarparthi Bhavanarayana Post Graduate Centre, Kothapet – 2003(MCA).
9. Sri Raja Surapaneni Venkata Papaiah Rao College of Education, Gandhinagar – 2006.
10. Potti Sriramulu Chalavadi Mallikharjuna Rao College of Engineering and Technology, Kothapet – 2008.
11. Chitturi High School, Vijayawada – 2019


* To establish schools and colleges in and around Vijayawada for providing Education to those who are desirous of being literate.
* To run those educational institutions with high standards and without the discrimination of caste, creed, and religion.
* To extend its helping hand to the society by providing various facets of education.
* To impart higher education to all segments of society.
* To have a special emphasis on the students of socially and economically backward section of the society.
* To impart value-based education.
* To study and implement various ways and means of encouraging almost all facets of Education by setting up of various institutions.
* To establish and maintain various Educational institutions.
* To provide general education but also technical and job oriented programs by taking up necessary steps.
* To increase literacy level among the women by providing educational facility leading to women empowerment.
* To develop social concern and civil responsibilities among the upcoming and talented youth.
* To undertake the construction of the building and other facilities and manage the institutions to the best of society’s capability.
* To establish libraries with useful books and periodicals for students, teachers and for the public.
To create suitable facilities for the poor and meritorious students of the society by way of instituting scholarships, mid-day meal schemes, etc.