Toc-H Public School, Kochi

Toc-H Public School is one of the most famous schools in the developing city of Kochi in Kerala state. In fact, the Toc-H Public School of Kochi is often referred to as a major school not only in the city of Kochi, but in the entire southern state of Kerala in India.

The Toc-H Public School at Kochi was founded in the year 1978. With more than three decades of experience in the field of school education behind them, the authorities of this school of Kochi aims at giving quality education to the children of the city.

The school has attained the affiliation of the Central Board of Secondary Education. Though the Toc-H Public School started off with only 32 students, at present, it boasts of as many as 1782 students.

The Toc-H Public School is managed and controlled by the board of directors associated with the school. It is a society linked with philanthropic work that sponsors the Toc-H Public School. The name of this society is the Toc-H Society. It has its origin at Popperinge in the country of Belgium. It was started at the crucial time of the First World War.

One of the most important reasons behind the large-scale popularity of Toc-H Public School in Kochi is its location. The Kochi city is fast growing as the industrial capital of Kerala and hence has to cater to the increasing educational needs of the children of the people who come to contribute to the industrial growth of the city.

Last Updated on : March 25, 2016


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