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History & Inception
The inception of Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions was the result of a vision rather than the mere inception of an institution. The change of direction given by the Founding Directors, now Mentors, Dr. B. S. Rao garu and Dr. Jhansi Lakshmi Bai garu, to their successful profession in the field of Medicine sparked a turnaround in the approach to education at the Intermediate level. A systematised methodology was introduced that changed the very face of education in Andhra Pradesh, for the better. The then existing system was modified. A fresh chapter began in the Pre-university stream of education in the state, with the introduction of a more professional approach to teaching and staff management.
Sri Chaitanya started its historic journey in 1986 with the inception of a Girls' Junior College at Vijayawada. And since then there has been no turning back. The credit of changing the very face of Intermediate education goes to Dr. B.S.Rao and Dr. Jhansi Lakshmi Bai – the founder Directors who had a highly successful stint at medicine, but decided to halt mid-way and attend to the need of a change in the educational system back home. A noble thought that influenced lives of lakhs of students over the next few years.
The Rise of Sri Chaitanya
The growth of Sri Chaitanya – post 1986, has been phenomenal and part of folk-lore. A Boys' Junior(1991), branches in Hyderabad (1996), Visakhapatnam (1998), Tirupathi and Guntur (2000), Eluru, Bhimavaram, Rajamundhry, Kakinada and Machilipatnam (2002), Tenali, Ongloe, Srikakulam, Amalapuram, Chittoor, Nellore and Ananthapur (2003) in Andhra Pradesh.

Sri Chaitanya continued its march forward by stepping beyond the state. Branches were opened in Delhi (2004), Hamirpur-Himachal Pradesh (2005) and Bellary – Karnataka. In 2006, the institution opened IIT-JEE / AIEEE / PMT Coaching Centres at Mandi-Himachal Pradesh, Ranchi and Bokaro – Jarkhand and Indore Madhya Pradesh.

The Group continued its march forward with the inception of Sri Chaitanya Techno Schools in various districts of AP in 2008, and expanding to cover fourteen districts of the state and 3 districts of Karnataka including four branches in Bangalore by 2011.