vidya vikas school kothamangalam

         The Vidya Vikas Trust runs Vidya Vikas School. This charitable and educational Trust was established in 1997, under the Chairmanship of Hon. Justice Mr. John K. Mathew, former judge of the Kerala High Court. An executive Committee assisted by the trustees manages it. The trustees are ambitious and enterprising academicians and professionals determined to translate their dream of establishing “school with a difference” where there will be no commercialization of the classrooms but imparting quality education for the children of the twin towns of Kothamangalam, Muvattupuzha and its suburbs. The Management has undertaken the responsibility with a sense of commitment to transform the educational scenario of this region.


         The school aims at the development of the integrated personality of individual pupil. The school provides an all round education- academic, moral and physical. The students are trained to be matured, spiritually aware, active and useful to the society and loyal to the Country. The school strives not only at the mere growth of the academic faculties of the child, but also provides opportunities for the development of good moral and social habits in the formation of an upright citizen. The school is secular, non sectarian and co-educational. Admission is open to all communities irrespective of religion, caste or creed.

         The school is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (ICSE, Affiliation No. KE-62/2000). The first batch of students appeared for the ICSE examination in March 2004 and all of them passed out with creditable marks and the successive batches also maintained the same track record.” There is a broad consensus among the educationists and the cognoscenti that pupils from schools affiliated with the Delhi based COUNCIL FOR THE INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS are most likely to succeed in the newly emerging global economy whose Lingua franca is English....” DilipThakore, Editor, Education World.

          The medium of instruction is English and the second language is Malayalam. Hindi is taught as 3rd language up to standard VIII. Besides the languages, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Computer science, Physical Education, Art and Craft are taught. Co-curricular activities like games, sports, dance, dramatics, debate, diction, elocution and quiz are given importance. Arts festivel, inter house competitions, elebration of festivals, Sports day and Annual day celebrations give maximum opportunities for the children to expand their talents. And from this year onwards the school is equipping for pruning the interested students in musical instruments too.

justice john methew - chairman of vidya vikas trust

Justice. John Mathew

"What is good Education? The usually accepted answer is this, good education is an education that makes a good human being, a good member of a family, a good member of a community, a good citizen of a country and a good citizen of the world. The three schools of humanity-home, school and community - all have a measure of responsibility towards providing every child with good education".