Marathwada region was ruled by the Nizam and even uttering the word "Bharat" was a crime. Still, with great nationalistic spirit our beloved leaders named the sanstha as "Bharat Shikshan Sanstha" and many times they had to go through political harassment due to it. Reverend freedom fighter Late Tatyaraoji More, the founder and former Secretary and his colleagues established Bharat Vidyalaya in the same year. They knew that education alone is the means to break the shackles of ignorance and poverty; education alone can bring enlightenment and education alone can make nation’s freedom and democracy successful.
Bharat Shikshan Sanstha, Omerga was established before independence in 1941 with an initiative of 'Spread of Education in rural area' by founder secretary, Shikshan Maharshi Tatyaraoji More. The Bharat Shikshan Sanstha entrusted to promote the education in general and particularly to downtrodden, impoverished and neglected class of the socio-economic and industrially backward region of the Maharashtra state. The motto of the BSS is
“Tamso Ma Jyotirgamaya”
The aim of the BSS is to create trained manpower in accordance with the global perspectives. No aids from the govt. no patronage of any millionaire, the sanstha survived only on minor contributions from the people of this area. Today the sanstha has turned into the form of a banyan tree of education, sprawling over with 02 Primary Schools, 06 High schools, 03 Junior Colleges and 02 Senior College. The BSS not only expanded but also upgraded the educational facilities in the rural area. The maximum faculties (Teachers, lectures and Principals) provided by the BSS to spread education in Marathwada region as well as State. The BSS is recognized as parent and prestigious institute in the field of education. This contribution of the society has been recognized by the community and it has been awarded “Yugpurush” to the founder secretary Late Tatyaraoji More and “Shikhsan Maharshi” to successor president Shridharraoji More and Various National Awards to Shivajirao More, present President of the Society.