Meenakshi Vilasam Government Vocational Higher Secondary School

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Coordinates: 8°53′50″N 76°38′15″E / 8.89722°N 76.63750°E / 8.89722; 76.63750

PrincipalSindhukumari. B
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Campus2 acres (0.81 ha)

Meenakshi Vilasam Government Vocational Higher Secondary School (MVGVHSS) (മലയാളം: മീനാക്ഷി വിലാസം ജി.വി.എച്ച്.എസ്.എസ്) is a school located in Punthalathazham, India. When it was first established in 1944, the school was situated near Sree Meenakshi Temple and named Kalluvilla Private School. Kunjan Pillai was the manager and headmaster.

The school was later relocated to near Peroor Meenakshi Temple. Since then, it has been known as Meenakshi Vilasam School. In 1947, the school came under the control of the Kerala government, and 19 years later it was promoted to a high school. In 1974, the school was divided into primary and high school. Starting in 1993, MVGVHSS offered vocational education, and in 2000, non-vocational higher secondary education was introduced.


The school.

The school serves students from the fifth standard to higher secondary and vocational higher secondary levels.


MVGVHSS covers two acres. The high school has 41 classrooms contained within five buildings, vocational higher secondary includes five classrooms between two buildings, and the higher secondary school includes six classrooms within two buildings. Facilities include a playground and three computer labs with broadband connection.[1]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

Entrance to the pre-primary school.

Apart from the formal classes, students take part in co-curricular activities like Scouts and Guides, NCC, SPC magazine publishing, Vidyarangam art and literature club[2], Eco Club, Health Club, English Club, Math Club, IT Club, Science Club, and S S[clarification needed] Club.


  1. ^ "Broadband connection status of Govt schools in Kollam". Archived from the original on 24 March 2012.
  2. ^ "Vidhyarangam Kala Sahitya Vedi".

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