Kodaikanal Public School



Kodaikanal Public School is a well reputed school in Kodaikanal, a splendid hill station in Southern India.

Kodaikanal Public School is a highly esteemed school among the other schools in Kodaikanal that has set up the curriculum in a whole new way, so that it suits each individual student without creating undue pressure on them. The atmosphere is homely where the students can develop an easy and interactive relationship with the teachers. The stress free environment of this public school in Kodaikanal facilitates better personality development of the students, along with ensuring a bright future.

The Public School of Kodaikanal is affiliated to the New Delhi's Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination. The school prepares its students for the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education, which is known as I.C.S.E. The examination of Standard X is I.C.S.E. Examination while the I.S.C or the Indian School Certificate Examination is the examination at the Standard XII.

The scenario of Education in Kodaikanal is highly assisted and facilitated by the Kodaikanal Public School. It is doing a commendable job in providing education to the children of the state.



Last Updated on : 05 May 2011



     


     

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