Alappuzha Education

Alappuzha Education refers to the educational system of this city of Kerala. Education in Alappuzha got a boost with the development of many schools, computer institutes and colleges all over the district. Alappuzha holds a distinct position in Kerala in terms of literacy rate. This district holds a distinct position in terms of the total literacy rate of the state. Presently, this district has 9 training schools, 405 LP schools, 105 high schools and 87 higher secondary schools.

Computer institutes in Alappuzha are Matrix Computers, Maestros, Orbit Computers, TACS Computer Center, Page Styles the Digi Tech Corner, Ushas Center for Computer Education, S.S.I. Computer Education, Bharat Sevak Samaj, NIIT and Computronics Cad center.

CBSE schools in Alappuzha are Maria Montessori School, Mount Tabor Public School, Madhava Education Central School, Holy Trinity Vidyabhavan, Cherupushp Bethani School, Chinmaya Vidyalaya and Indira Janardhan Vidya Mandir.

Colleges in Alappuzha offer both graduate and post graduate courses for their students. Some of the colleges of Alappuzha are N.S.S. College, TD Medical College, Christian college, Milad-e Sheriff Memorial college, St. Michael college, Sree Narayana College , T.K Madhava Memorial college, D.B. Pampa College and St. Aloysius college.

Alappuzha Education has made significant development in the recent years.

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Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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