The school was established in 1950 and it is managed by the Private Aided Management. It is located in rural area. It is situated at a distance of about 7 km. from the Block HQ. It is located in EDAPPAL block of MALAPPURAM district of KERALA. The school consists of Grades from 1 to 4. The school is co-educational and it does not have an attached pre-primary section. The school is non-residential in nature and is not using school building as a shift-school. During the previous academic year, the school functioned for 195 days. It had 1 academic inspection and was not visited by the CRC and BRC Coordinators during the previous academic year. Malayalam is the medium of instructions in this school.
Facilities in School
The school has 3 building blocks which are housed in a Private building. It has got 9 classrooms for instructional purposes. A total of 4 classrooms are in good condition. On the other hand, none of the classroom(s) needs major repairs. It has no other room for non-teaching activities. The school has a separate room for Head master/Teacher.
The school has got no boundary wall. The school has electricity connection. The source of Drinking Water in the school is Well. The school does not have playground. The school has a book-bank and has 650 books in its library. The school did not arrange medical check-up for its students during the previous academic year. It has got ramp for the disabled children. The school has got 8 blackboards for the use of teachers but it does not have blackboard at the ground level for the use of children. The school does not have a computer. The school is not having a computer aided learning lab. The school hasn't received the one time Kitchen Devices Grant. The school is providing Mid-day meal & it is prepared in the school premises.
Mr./Ms. C.V.JYOTHY is the Head Master/Teacher of school and his/her academic qualification is Higher Secondary. The school has 8 regular teachers in position against a sanctioned strength of 8 posts. All the teachers of school are female teachers. It has no Para-Teacher. The school does not have non-teaching staff. Precisely, 2 teachers of school are having graduate and above degrees. On the other hand, all teachers have professional certification(s)/degree(s). The Pupil-Teacher Ratio (PTR) of the school is 25:1 and the Student-Classroom Ratio (SCR), 22:1. On an average, about 22 students sit in one classroom which sounds comfortable.
During the previous academic year, 5 teachers of school were engaged for 31 days in non-teaching assignments at an average of 6 days. The average is worked out on the basis of teachers involved in non-teaching assignments.
Funds and Grants
Under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Programme, the school received a sum of Rs.5000/- and Rs.4000/- on account of School Development and TLM Grants respectively. It has utilized 100 per cent School Development and TLM Grants. The school did not collect any funds from students during the previous academic year.
The total enrolment of school is 197, out of which boys' enrolment is 92 (46.7 per cent) and girls' enrolment, 105 (53.3 per cent). The SC enrolment is 12 (6.1 per cent), ST enrolment, zero and OBC enrolment, 170 (86.3 per cent). A total of 3 (3.3 per cent) boys and 2 (1.9 per cent) girls repeated primary grades during the previous academic year. The school has 2 disabled children.
Incentives to Students
A number of incentives such as free textbooks (218 students), stationery (0 students), uniform (0 students) and attendance scholarship (0 students) were provided to students during the previous academic year.
Information about examination results is not provided by the school.
Teachers of school are well qualified as they have graduate & above degrees.
The teachers are professionally qualified.
The school has a regular Head Master/Teacher.
The school has a separate room for Head Master/Teacher.
The school was inspected during the previous academic year.
There are female teachers in the school.
The school has a comfortable Pupil-Teacher Ratio (PTR).
The school is providing Mid-day meal.
(source: DISE 2009-10)