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.
Years of history and education
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.
In 1983, we started with a single magazine. We now publish 45 specialized educational journals in three different languages, ranging from the pre-primary level to Plus Two level and the entrance exams , avidly read by 1.6 million students, teachers and parents every month.
In 1993, the Labour India Gurukulam Public School was founded by Mr. V.J.George Kulangara in Marangattupilly in Kottayam, Kerala, to impart education and training that focused on the holistic growth of students, developing their faculties and potentialities, allowing them to harness their inherent skills to the very optimum.
In 2003, Labour India Group initiated to set up an Indo-American Education Research Foundation in U.S.A . The Foundation envisages an Indian Village in its 160+ acre campus in Bluefield, West Virginia with facilities for K-12 Education, cultural interactions, yoga & meditation and tourism among others.
In 2004, Labour India HRD Foundation Ltd. was set up to provide high quality education to Indian and International students. The company has set-up Labour India Indo American International Gurukulam School in Vagamon to provide quality K-12 education for Indian and International students with an option to transfer to the Bluefield School, USA.
In 2005, Labour India Teachers College came into being, to provide teacher training courses and to build teachers (Gurus) who can make a significant difference in the education scenario in India. The first batch has already graduated in the year 2006. In 2005, Labour India Teachers College came into being, to provide teacher training courses and to build teachers (Gurus) who can make a significant difference in the education scenario in India. The first batch has already graduated in the year 2006.
2006-The Life School – A School for Exceptional Learners – was started in 2006 and is affiliated to National Institute of Open Schooling (N.I.O.S.)