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With a dream to provide our students scientific and easier systems to learn Shri George Kulangara started his new endeavour “Labour India Publications” in 1983 at Marangattupilly. Within a short span of time Labour India rose to meteoric heights and attained the status of a peerless institution in educational publication. In the course of time, Labour India progressed from a Private Ltd Company in 1992 to a Public Ltd Company in 1995. Having started with a single magazine in 1983, we now produce nearly 50 specialized educational journals ranging from the primary level to the entrance exam level courses - all to quench the thirst of the student, teacher and parent communities and to win their hearty admiration. As modernization crept, it influenced each and every field. Even the education system was not unfazed by it. Mr. George Kulangara understood the effectiveness of this age-old Gurukulam System. He felt the need of resurrecting this system as he foresaw it as a crucial force in changing the contemporary education system. His idea germinated in the form of “Labour India Gurukulam School”. Here it is an amalgamation of the essence of the Gurukulam system and the modern education methodologies. What evolved from a dream to create a Gurukulam back in the year 1993, has emerged to be one of the premier educational institutions in India on par international standards, with over 750 students from 15 different countries. Labour India Public School & Junior College was founded by Mr. V. J. George Kulangara on 4th June 1993 in his hometown Marangattupilly in Kottayam, Kerala, South India. His Guru (Teacher), the late Prof. K. M. Chandy, former Governor of Madhya Pradesh, India, inaugurated the school. And from then on, there was no looking back. The Gurukulam at Labour India Hills has grown to become a model educational institute, embracing traditional values even as we impart an international educational curriculum.
Marangattupilly P.O. Kottayam Dist Kerala