Kottayam Schools

Kottayam schools follow the Indian education system and are affiliated to the state and central boards. Education in Kottayam centers round the schools, colleges and universities imparting quality education to the students in order to nurture their imagination and enrich their knowledge.

Both private and public schools in Kottayam are recognized by the relevant education boards. The schools are mostly co- educational or day scholar schools. Some schools also have residential boarding for girls. Students seeking admission to Kottayam schools may enroll in any class from lower KG to class ten.

Some schools in Kottayam are affiliated to central boards like Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE) and the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). There are also branches of Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV) in Kottayam. A few Kottayam schools have facilities for standard eleven and twelve as mostly classes are conducted at the Pre-collegiate institutions. Kottayam also houses branches of National Open School. The commencement of the admission process generally depends upon the type of schools but in general it commences in the month of June or July. Some of the schools also offer a plethora of programs ranging from Lower Elementary, Infants, Early Childhood, Middle School, Upper Elementary, Secondary and Toddlers.

The students are continuously assessed through periodic examinations conducted at definite intervals throughout the year. English and Malayalam is the general medium of instruction in the Kottayam schools. However Urdu is also used as a medium of instruction in some Urdu schools having Urdu as a language paper.

Some of the famous Kottayam schools are:
  • Aboa Public School
  • AKJM School
  • Alba Nursery School
  • Alphonsa Nursery School
  • Aravinda Vidya Mandiram
  • Arunodhaya Central School
  • Athene School
  • Baker Memorial School
  • Baselios EM School
  • Bharatha Matha Kendriya Vidyalaya
  • Bishop Speechly Memorial Nursery School
  • Chavara Public School
  • Christu Jyoti Em High School
  • CMS LP School
  • Corpus Christi High School
  • Eden Public School
  • Good Shepherd Public School
  • Infant Jesus School
  • Kaduthuruthy Adventist English School
  • Mannam Memorial Public School
  • Nava Nirman Public School
  • Placid Vidya Vihar School
  • Samarian Residential EM School
  • Sanco Public School
  • Triveni Public School
  • Vivekananda Public School
  • YWCA EM School
Education in Kottayam encompasses some of the best Kottayam schools of repute.

Last Updated on : March 10, 2016

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