BACCE entity is a registered non-profit comprising of various. At inspired individuals the heart of all its activities has been the shoping values in society for enhanced performance and sound well-being.To reach out to the 'generation next' of india, popularly refferred to as, "Youngistan" BACCE seminars, offers a series of workshops on, conferences and symposiums various topics such as IQ-EQ-SQ calues, character traits, Secrets of Success and much more. Theseworkshops are designed to empower the youth to face the challenges posed in current scenarious.It offers simple, practical and relevant solutions packaged in a youth-friendly manner.It contains interactive sessions, games, practical case studies, easy to-apply tips and more.

We Believe

The more things change, the more we need to embrace principles that never change

How we are different

The strategies and solutions we present toresolve contemporary issues are based on the timeless principles which have stood the test of time

Need of the

In about seven years, the median individual in India will be 29 years, making it one of the youngest countries in the world

We can all agree to the fact that the world is ever changing and in about seven years, the median individual in India will be 29 years, making it one of the youngest countries in the world, which is when India is set to experience a challenging socio-cultural and inter-generational dynamic.

We can almost imagine an empowered youth engaging in the development of the state with their energy, dynamism,openness, vigour, idealism compounded many times by their ability to network. The creativity, innovations and zeal being channelized towards social transformation and community need based development.

But can it all happen if we let the younger generations erode from within in the pursuit of material wellbeing while being surrounded by negative influences, Unless we are able to address certain issues of today related to leading to a healthy physical and mental life, It will be difficult for us to see a bettertomorrowforthe coming generations.


Diana Zohar & Ian Marshall point out theirbook that in this centurt,there is enough collective evidence from psychology,neurology, anthropology and congnitive scienceto show us that there is a third 'Q', 'SQ' or Spiritual Intelligence. SQ is uniquely human and the most fundamental intelligence. SQ is what we useto develop our longing and capacity for meaning, vision and value.It allows us to deam and tostrive.Itunderlies the things we believe in, and the role ourbeliefs and valuesplay in the actionsthat we take and the way we shape our lives.


A perfectly timed book for the new millennium by the acciaimed authors of QUANTUM SELF

Resource personnel vary from bureaucrats to self-made individuals who spend entire weeks in classroom engagement.

A specified set of purposeful language, actions, and routines designed to make students and other stakeholders feel welcome, comfortable, important, and understood.

A focus on quality, including quality instruction, quality interactions, and a cycle of continuous, quality improvement.

Continual attention to creating a passionate and competent staff capable of implementing culture-building systems.

Most school improvement plans concentrate on academic achievement goals, teaching techniques and curriculum to aspire and create academic focus, an academic sense of responsibility, intensity, and urgency—that is, an "academic press" (Lee & Smith, 1999).

We believe that character and culture go hand in hand with academic press, and it is best aligned together as one cannot go without another.

We follow the research that has referred to two curricula operating in the school, The first is the academic curriculum, which has been described as the objective, explicit curriculum of the school. The second is school culture—the implicit curriculum of the school.

We want to bridge the obvious disparities that exist between ones school and home, Disparities exist in achievement, funding and readiness, We also acknowledge the cultural gaps that exists between the teacher and students in a multicultural India.