‘Sancharam’, an exclusive travelogue programme, was the first travel serial to storm the Indian visual media by presenting exploratory trips in their fullness. Santhosh George Kulangara, a globetrotter, started his solo journeys outside India in 1997. He has already travelled through more than a hundred countries, spanning the seven continents. The wonderful experiences and splendid sights of various countries were telecast earlier by Asianet as ‘Sancharam’, a realistic visual travelogue. The viewers, who have always been fond of travel and knowledge, welcomed ‘Sancharam’ with great exuberance. Santhosh George Kulangara went about capturing in his camera the sights of the various lands which the viewers haven’t seen, and presented before them the diversity of world countries. ‘Sancharam’ has now evolved itself into an exclusive, round-the-clock exploration channel. And that is Safari.
Safari has a unique history of transforming itself from a half-an-hour travelogue programme, telecast once in a week, into a 24 x 7 channel. Safari is a channel that brings the diversity of the global expanse to the visiting room of every Malayalee. This is the first exploration channel in India. Safari presents a slew of programmes that provide entertainment and knowledge alike. World travels, Indian travels, numerous other journeys, history, geography, culture, art and adventure - all come before the viewers through this. The curiosity to know ‘what lies beyond’ is the real motive of all the explorations of mankind. The objective of Safari is to inspire each and every viewer to take up travels, both short and extensive, for experiencing and understanding the world. Travels that take the viewer along... That is the ultimate objective of this channel.
Labour India Gurukulam Public School
Labour India Gurukulam Public School has set new benchmarks in modern education. Inspired by the age-old Gurukula system, the school maintains a healthy student-teacher interactive relation which facilitates the overall development of students. The foundation is thus laid for the blossoming of a responsible individual who is better equipped with functional education and ready to contribute to society as an adult.
Labour India Gurukulam Public School and Junior College is a co-educational residential school offering a challenging curriculum and an enriching learning experience from Pre-Kindergarten to Junior College. We equip children with the tools to master rigorous academic challenges including maths, science, languages, literature and social sciences, and our global focus helps them tackle broader challenges beyond the textbook. They learn individual integrity as they develop the skills to deal with life experiences. Our system integrates an active sports schedule, community service and programmes apart from academics and other co-curricular activities.
Labour India Gurukulam Public School and Junior College was founded by Mr. V. J. George Kulangara on 4th June 1993 in his hometown Marangattupilly in Kottayam, Kerala,South India. The school is owned by a registered body called Labour India Education Society, Marangattupilly, Kottayam and and is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi.
Easily accessible from Kottayam and Ernakulum, the school has a perfect ambience for the healthy development of thoughts and ideas. Large campus having ample space to play and roam around will thus encourage children to focus on their studies and make them happy. The ambience is perfect for a residential school exuding a rare warmth and energy that perks up each child who enters it. The vibrant campus displays a fine blend of ancient traditions, modern thought and futuristic ideas.
Labour India Gurukulam Public School focuses on the development of the child's character and attitude, and not just academics. A multi-pronged approach helps mould their personality and their relationship with the world around them. Our team of teachers and assistants are dedicated to providing a safe, happy and stimulating learning environment for your child, at his or her own pace.
Labour India Gurukulam
What evolved from a dream to create a Gurukulam back in the year 1993, our institution has now emerged to be one of the premier educational institutions in India on par with international standards, having over 750 students from 15 different countries.
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 of India even as we impart an international educational curriculum. Our Gurukulam consists of hostels located at a small distance from the school. The environment is similar to an ‘Ashram’, but it is integrated with all facilities to ensure comfort. The accommodation of boys and girls are separate.
Labour India College of Teacher Education
The Labour India College of Teacher Education, Marangattupilly is meant for producing well- equipped teachers with the mission of creating a better India through hard labour. According to Sri. V. J. George Kulangara, the founder of this institution, Education is the birthright of every child who is born with immense potentialities. To him, any kind of instruction should be a learner-centric activity, focusing on the child's growth and development in four areas,viz.,physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual, which are the four pillars of education. It is with this vision that he has established Labour India School by blending ancient Indian Gurukulam system, amalgamated with modern educational techniques.
Labour India Arts and Science College
Labour India college is a new generation Arts and Science College affiliated to Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala.The college is promoted by Sri. V.J. George Kulangara, a visionary leader in Education in Kerala. This is envisaged as a sister concern of Labour India Public School, Marangattupilly and Labour India College of Teacher Education. The college at present offers three UG programmes: BCom (Finanace & Taxation), BA Communicative English (Literature, Journalism & Communication) and BSc Psychology.