Kerala Public School - Burmamines
"Main akela hi chala tha janib-e-manzil magar log aate gaye karvaan banta gaya"
- Late A.P.R Nair(Founder Chairman)


Admission to the school is open to all candidates irrespective of religion and socio-economic background.

Code of Conduct

Speaking in Hindi is not allowed within the School premises. Avoid vulgarity in talk and behavior


The school firmly believes in discipline. Slackness, disobedience and disregard of rules will not be tolerated.

Rules & Regulations

75% Attendance is required for the students in order to appear for any examination held in school.

Principal's Desk

Kerala Public School, Burmamines has come a long way since its inception in 1999. The School strives to nourish young minds intellectually, emotionally and physically so as to enable them to soar high in their lives while still rooted to culture, tradition and values.
  • Late Founder Chairman

    Late. A. P. R. Nair (Founder Chairman)Founded Kerala Public School Trust in 1992 under which six English Medium Schools, two Hindi Medium Schools and five free Afternoon Schools function.
  • Vice Chairperson

    Mrs Vijayam Kartha the Vice Chairperson, Kerala Public School Trust, Jamshedpur and the Director, Kerala Samajam Hindi School.
  • Director

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  • 1 Students should come to school in full uniform.

    2. The uniform must be neat, clean and well ironed

    3. The shoes must be well polished.

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  • 1 Students are expected to take care of the school property. No students should damage any school furniture, switch boards, notice boards, charts etc. They must not scribble on the desks or on the walls.

    2. Any damage to school property must be immediately reported to the class teacher.

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  • 1. Students must not come to school in autorikshaws/ van run on LPG

    2. Only Students of std xi and xii will be allowed to come on two wheelers provided they have a valid licence.

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  • 1. Any student who is found involved in a fight within the school premises is liable to be given a transfer certificate with no pardon.

    2. The school will not be responsible if a child gets involved in a fight with anyone outside the school premises.

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  • 1. Students should not bring cell phones, ipods, or any other gadgets to school. If a student is caught with any of the above, the same will be confiscated and strict disciplinary action will be taken against him/her

    2. No books, magazines or papers (other than prescribed text books or library books) shot brought to the school without the Principe permission.

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Quote of the day.

The great end of education is to discipline rather than to furnish the mind; to train it to the use of its own powers, rather than fill it with the accumulation of others.

Tryon Edwards