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School Profile

Rajagiri Vidyapeetham

The Rajagiri Vidyapeetham was established in 2001 with the institution of 3 schools – Rajagiri School of Engineering and Technology (RSET), Rajagiri School of Management (RSOM), and the Rajagiri International School for Education and Research (RISER) in its Rajagiri Valley campus. The undergraduate and postgraduate programs at these are all currently affiliated to the Mahatma Gandhi University. The Rajagiri vidyapeetham is envisaged as a wide network of institutions and centers providing quality education from the pre-primary level to doctoral recognition through specialized and super-specialized study, and seeking alternatives to the conventional mainstream efforts. As of late 2009, the institutions that come under the common umbrella of Rajagiri Vidyapeetham are:

  • Sacred Heart College (Autonomous), Thevara
  • Rajagiri Business School, Kakkanad
  • Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous), Kalamassery
  • Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology (Autonomous), Kakkanad
  • Rajagiri College of Management & Applied Sciences, Kakkanad
  • Rajagiri Higher Secondary School, Kalamassery
  • Rajagiri Public School, Kalamassery
  • Rajagiri Christu Jayanthi Public School, Kalamassery
  • Viswajyothi Public School, Angamaly
  • Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School, Thevara
  • Sacred Heart CMI Public School, Thevara
  • Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School, Vaikom
  • Rajagiri St. Chavara CMI Public School, Cherthala
  • Chavara Darshan CMI Public School, Koonammavu
  • Jeevas CMI Central School, Aluva
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HISTORY

The CMI congregation was started in 1831 by a group pf priests of the Syro-Malabar Church, led by St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara (1805-1871). This first Indigenous Religious Congregation of India, did pioneering work in the field of education without discrimination of caste, creed & colour.

Amala English Medium School, Moothedathukavu, along with Elamkuttuchira Charitable Trust No. 3523/I/1993 owned by Elamkuttuchira Family, was handed over to Sacred Heart Province, Kochi of the Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) Congregation on 19th June 2006. Since then Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School (Amala Public School before*) moved to CBSE Syllabus.

The School obtained CBSE Affiliation on 07.10.2008 and Affiliation No is 930790. With this, Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School moves forward with the mission of St. Chavara to form the young and the youth for God and Country. Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School is the latest addition to the educational institutions of CMI Sacred Heart Province, Kochi. The CMI Congregation provides quality education to children and the youth in order to make them good for God and Country.

Profile & Legacy

Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School is a full-fledged Secondary School affiliated with the CBSE, New Delhi. It has classes from Pre-School to X and strength of nearly 650 students. It is situated in the green, pollution-free campus, at the Vaikom – Moothedathukavu Road, Kottayam district, Kerala, and managed by the Sacred Heart Province, Kochi of Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) Congregation. It has become a name to be reckoned with, in the field of education within a short span of time, since its inception in 1998.

Education at Rajagiri Amala CMI Public School is designed in accordance with the vision of St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara, the great spiritual luminary of the 19th century and the founder of the CMI congregation – providing the finest information, inspiring and invigorating the young minds and integrating the physical intellectual, mental and spiritual powers of the student in order to create a new generation of proactive individuals.

Scholastic and Co scholastic excellence, world-class infrastructure combined with a team of professionally competent, morally upright, caring and dedicated staff make RACPS a destination for those who wish to groom into academically excellent, culturally talented and socially acceptable human beings and efficient enterprising global leaders.