Mukundapuram Public school is situated at Kallamkunnu a nearby location of Nadavaramba. It has only 4 km road distance from Irinjalakuda Town, which is the Headquarters of Mukundapuram Taluk in Thrissur District. The campus Mukundapuram Public school spreads over an area of 7.25 acres of land gifted with the natural beauty.
History of Mukundapuram Public School
The school was started in 2003 with the initial strength of 30 students in pre-primary section. Standards I to VI were started in the year 20004-05. Standard VII was started functioning in 2005-06 and standard VIII in 2006-07 and standard IX in 2007-08. The strength of students have crossed 400. The school affiliated to the prestigious and internationally recognized council for the Indian school certificate examination (ICSE) New Delhi KE 94/06. MECS started State Open School Plus two (Science, Commerce, Humanities) course in 2006. In 2007, Medical Engineering Entrance, Certificate course in DTP, Internet & e-mail, B.Sc Computer Science, BCA, and B.Com (Computer Application).
Mukundapuram Educational & Cultural Society
Registered under Travancore - Cochin Literary Scientific and Societies Registration Act, 1955 with Reg. No. 395/2002 dt, 24.3.2002. The chief objective of the school is to impart pupil centered and activity oriented modern education to the new generation.
Features Of Mukundapuram Public School
Medium of Instruction: Medium of instruction is English. The children are expected to achieve high communication skill in the international language. At the same time the status of Malayalam, our mother tongue, is very high in our school .Hindi, our National Language has also been given due importance. No Compulsory Homework: Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination, New Delhi, recommends that no home work should be set to Std 1 to V. Supervised study in the school, of one hour duration, within the normal school day may be given to Std VI. However it will be ensured that children are inspired to engage in some activities at home related to their studies, such as:
- Work designed to achieve practice in a particular process or operation.
- The application of new problems or the principles which have been explained in the class.
- Reading with a view to acquiring principles, essential facts or formulae or illustrative examples.
- Collecting information relating to specified topics for debates.
- To keep diaries, take up one or two projects or work on a hobby, suited to their tastes.
- Holiday homework exercise within the capacity of the students reflecting their personal proficiency.