Brindavan Public School, Kodaikanal



Brindavan Public School, Kodaikanal was set up in the year 1983. Today the institution is regarded as one of the reputed schools in Kodaikanal.

Having a course curriculum structured by the Board for Matriculation and Higher Secondary Education, Tamil Nadu Brindavan Public School offers co-education facilities. From kindergarten to class XI, the Brindavan Public School of Kodaikanal admits pupils in various classes in each of its academic years.

The academic session of Brindavan Public School in Kodaikanal starts from the month of June. The admission criteria differs according to the class in which a particular student wish to get admitted. An admission test is generally conducted by the Brindavan Public School to admit the students in various classes.

Affiliated to ICSE and ISC boards, the Brindavan Public School of Kodaikanal boasts of an experienced faculty comprising of some of the best teaching staffs. English is the common medium of teaching in Brindavan Public School. Apart from English, Tamil, Hindi, Telegu, Malayalam and French are offered as second language in the school.

From imbibing the core teachings of humanity, discipline and honesty the teachers of Brindavan Public School in Kodaikanal also encourage the students to participate in various extra-curricular activities.

The four activity houses of the Brindavan Public School namely Tagore, Nehru, Shivaji and Bharathi conduct different events inside the school through which a sense of camaraderie and competition grows among the students.

Inter-school dance and music competitions, recitation, quiz contests and skits are often organized by the Brindavan Public School in which students prove their talents.

With residential facilities and a sprawling campus Brindavan Public School, Kodaikanal is a pride of the educational sector of the place.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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