The council conducts a unique yearly Science Talent Search Examination (STSE) to spot talent in high school students. As part of nurturing the talented students, the Council organizes a week long Residential Science Workshop(RSW) for first few selective awardees of 9th class, free of cost to the participants, in April -May every year. The Council permit few toppers of 9th class from Government schools to participate in science workshop along with the awardees. Each participant does project work, writes a report and makes an oral presentation. This helps the participants develop initiative, to innovate and to critically analyze the experimental data. Participants are exposed to popular lectures- demonstrations on diverse topics by senior faculty drawn from Universities and research laboratories in and around the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.


The council recognised the great need to help science teachers from schools in rural and semi- urban area to cope up with the upgraded syllabus. The council focused its efforts through CSTSAM (Capacity Enhancement of Teacher in Science And Mathematics) to help the teachers of physical science and mathematics of govt of Undivided Andhra Pradesh. Sir Rattan Tata Trust funded this project (2005-09). In july 2014, the Council on its own organized and conducted a similar 2-day CETSAM in Bhimavaram, West Godavari Dt, Andhra Pradesh for the benefit of Government School teachers.