Raja Basudev High School is located at Deogarh district of Odisha, India. Raja Basudev High School, Deogarh is affiliated with Board of Secondary Education, Odisha (BSE).
It was established in 1882 by Raja Basudev Sudhal Dev, the ruler of the princely state of Bamra (also known as Bamada). Originally known as Raja Kumar High School and based in a royal palace, it later moved to its own premises and was renamed as Raja Basudev High School. The school was renamed after and is founder, Raja Basudev, who was an educationalist and one of the pioneers of the modern Odisha and the Oriya language.
There was only one primary school in Bamra when Raja Basudev took over the reign of the state. He increased the number of primary schools to 28, established one high school at Deogarh, the state capital of Bamra State, and it was affiliated with the Calcutta University.
The ruler kept close contact with the veteran educationalists of Bengal and recruited good scholars for the posts of teachers in the high school. He was also taking the advice of his friends Ishwar Chandra Bidyasagar and Ashutosh Mukherjee, veteran educationists of Bengal, for progress of education in the state. This school was a pioneer in spreading education in the district of Deogarh.
Name of Institute: Raja Basudev High School
Popular Name: RBH Deogarh
Year of Establishment: 1882
Affiliated With: BSE
Academic Start Date: 1st week of June
Raja Basudev High School believes in overall development of the students by balancing academics, extra curricular activities, sports in the state of art infrastructure within the campus. provides following facilities:
Playground and many more.
The Raja Basudev High School offers world-class education with the help of modern equipment and updated teaching methodology.
Raja Basudev High School