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Welcome to our school 

 Amalagiri Bethany Vidyalaya is located at, Kulappada Nedumangadu in Trivandrum district of Kerala, India.  Our school proudly exists in this locality by providing a sound education for the entire development of each student.

Principal’s Welcome Message

It is my pleasure to welcome you toAmalagiri BethanyVidhyalaya.
Since 2021 it has been an honor and joy to be the headmistress of this marvelous Institution. Here, the passion of the teachers and the management toward the progress of each child is remarkable. We take pride in establishing a close connection with our students and that is why long after they leave the portals of this school, they keep on coming back year after year to live the wonderful memories of school life again.
Ours is unique education because we don’t focus only on Academics. We give importance to the overall growth of the child so that they will be equipped to face the real world when it’s time to bid adieu to school life. We can accomplish this because of our marvelous teachers and staff.
We believe that every individual has a lot of potential and that potential can help accomplish wonders. So, it is fair to say that we thus believe that the future of the world starts in Amalagiri Bethany Vidhyalaya.

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To give education of global standards with an exclusively interesting management style in a friendly atmosphere and to promote the wholesome development of the children.


To make the learning process excellent through integrated teaching methodologies so that the students are motivated to excel academically in achieving their goals and challenges with a futuristic out




Our Heavenly Patron

The late Archbishop, His Grace Mar Ivanios OIC, the founder of the Bethany Ashram was born on September 21, 1882 at Mavelikara. Born in the famous ‘Mallitta’ Panicker family, belonging to the Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church, he assumed the baptismal name Geevarghese. Young Geevarghese, a brilliant student in his early school days, of the age of 15 received minor orders and was sent to Madras Christian College for higher studies. There he obtained his Master Degree. On 15 September 1908 Geevarghese was ordained priest by his Grace Vattasseril Mar Dionysius. Just after the ordination, Fr. P.T. Geevarghese was appointed Principal of M.D. Seminary, Kottayam. Later the young principal moved to Calcutta, accepting an invitation to teach in the Serampoore College. During his stay at Calcutta Fr. P.T. Geevarghese concentrated his attention on the foundation of a monastic community as an instrument of spiritual renewal within the Syrian Orthodox Church. In his attempt he was very well inspired by the Christian and Hindu monastic traditions. After making the necessary arrangements to begin such a form life he resigned his professorship at Serampoore and started the community on August 15th 1919 at Mundanmala, Ranni, to which he gave the name Bethany Ashram which is officially known as the Order of the Imitation of Christ (OIC). more...

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