APTWR School

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APTWR School
Coordinates 18°19′33″N 80°24′41″E / 18.325776°N 80.411425°E / 18.325776; 80.411425Coordinates: 18°19′33″N 80°24′41″E / 18.325776°N 80.411425°E / 18.325776; 80.411425
School type Government residential school
Motto Knowledge our Light
Founded 10 September 1984
Founder Andhra Pradesh State Government
Sister school A.P.T.W.R. School (Girls), Eturnagaram
School district Warangal
Chair Andhra Pradesh Tribal Welfare Department
Faculty 36
Gender Boys
Pupils 600
Campus 52 acres
Colour(s) Blue      and white     
Affiliation Andhra Pradesh Board of Secondary Education and Andhra Pradesh Board of Intermediate Education

Andhra Pradesh Tribal Welfare Residential School (Boys) Eturnagaram, (A.P.T.W.R. School, Eturnagaram) is a residential school set up by a state government in India. The school was established in 1984 by the Andhra Pradesh State Government in the small village of Eturnagaram in Warangal district, Telangana Region


The former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, N. T. Rama Rao and ITDA Eturnagaram led to the donation of 52 acres of land for the school.


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