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Labour India Gurukulam Public School

Labour India Public School
LabourIndia Logo.jpg
Location
Labour India Public School is located in Kerala
Labour India Public School
Labour India Public School
Labour India Public School is located in India
Labour India Public School
Labour India Public School
Labour India Hills
Marangattupilly

India
Coordinates9°44′32″N 76°35′54″E / 9.7423°N 76.5984°E / 9.7423; 76.5984
Information
TypePublic
MottoTogether we labour, together we learn
Established1993
School districtKottayam
PrincipalSuja K George
Head of schoolV. J. George Kulangara
Staff30
Faculty80
Key peopleV. J. George Kulangra (Chairman)
Santhosh George Kulangara (Managing Director)
Rajesh George Kulangara(Managing Director)
Gradespre-Kindergarten to Junior College.
Number of students1200
Colour(s)Red, Blue, Green, Yellow
AthleticsFootball, cricket, 400 metres track
AffiliationCBSE
Website

Labour India Public School is a residential school in Marangattupilly, Kerala, India. It offers classes from pre-Kindergarten to Junior College. The school system integrates a sports schedule and community service. It is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Other Institutions : Labour India Arts & Science College (Affiliated by MG University, Kottayam) - BA, BSc, BCom., Labour India College of Teacher Education (Affiliated to MG University) - BEd, MEd., National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

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History

The is a Sanskrit word and is an ancient Indian system of teaching derived from Vedic traditions. In this system of learning, a student lives with the teacher, who in addition to teaching them, guides them through their daily life.[5] Labour India Gurukulam Public School and Junior College was founded by V. J. George Kulangara in 1993. It is owned by the registered Labour India Educational Society and is located in hilly terrain, recently renamed as Labour India Hills in Marangattupilly village.

Curriculum

The is based on the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi and the text books are as prescribed by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). The medium of instruction is English. However, a three-language method is adopted in all classes, to enable students to be functionally multilingual.

External links

References

  1. ^ "Labour India wins overall championship". Chennai, India: The Hindu Online. 11 December 2004.
  2. ^ "A winning six for Labour India Public School". Chennai, India: The Hindu Online. 9 January 2008.
  3. ^ "Regional CBSE Schools Youth Festival, Labour India School leading". Chennai, India: The Hindu Online. 14 September 2007.
  4. ^ "Kerala to host CBSE National Athletic meet for the first time". The Economic Times.
  5. ^ "About Labour India". Deepika.