9:00am to 3:50pm
Motto of our School
“Dream Dare to Deliver”
Our motto is to empower the students with value added education through holistic approach and aims at moulding its pupils to dream high so that they may be equipped to make effective contribution to the society.
Bharathamatha CMI Public School is committed to empower the students with value added education through holistic approach and aims at moulding its pupils to dream high so that they may be equipped to make effective contribution to the society.
Our vision is not merely to provide information and technical skills for certain specific tasks but to achieve the formation of the whole person. Hence our school vigorously pursues the goal of the all-round benefit of the students and of the society at large. Education is not just about what you study but what you become in life…
The school conducts in-service training programs every year to equip teachers with updated information as formulated by CBSE.
Children are given opportunities to take part in several Co-Curricular activities such as Training in Yoga, Tennis, Skating, Karate, Music and Dance.
The school conducts scholarship exams for students every year. This helps to boost the confidence level of students as well as giving them monetary rewards.
The club activities such as Health club, Reading club, Nature club provides opportunities to echibit their skills. V4U,a student’s charitable organization, aims to instill fellow feeling and compassion among the students by giving them chance to take part in various charitable activities.
Information on important events is sent to parents through SMS.
Annual Exam for Grade 1-8
Closing Day for Grade 1-8
KG Results & Re-admission (Grade 1)
Re-admission (Grade 1); Entrance Exam for Grade UKG to IX
Results (Grade 1-8) & Book distribution for KG to Grade 3
Book distribution for Grade 4 to 8
School Reopens for Grade 9th and 10th
School Reopens (LKG, 1-8)
The school is under the management of CMI (Carmelites of Mary Immaculate) Fathers of Preshitha Province of Coimbatore. The Congregation was formed in 1831 at Mannanam near Kottayam and it is the first and foremost among the indigenous religious congregations in India, founded by St. KuriakoseElias Chavara. He laid the foundation for all the modern and progressive fields of activities to which the congregation is committed at present.
The school, established in the year 2010, has been affiliated to CBSE (NO. 931233).
The Founder of the CMI Congregation: St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara
St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara was born on 10 February 1805 at Kainakary, Kerala. He began his studies in a village school, called kalari at the age of five. When he was 13, he joined the seminary at Pallipuram for his priestly training. On 29 November 1829, he became a priest. more