An Overview

Kerala Samajam Model School - Our Journey

What was once a ramshackle building has now completed 25 years of journey, a journey strewn with obstacles, but nevertheless rewarding in many ways. A passionate dream, a firm commitment and a dogged pursuit of a mission of conviction saw it through its formative years. Our dream of making KSMS an ideal centre of learning and providing quality education at an affordable cost did not go in vain. Growing from strength to strength, today it enjoys the patronage of the Steel City society as a centre of excellence in education. Dedicated to the uplift of the downtrodden in spirit and letter, KSMS also manages a Hindi medium school, imparting education to 1611 underprivileged children, providing them with books, uniform and free-of-cost education.

Meet Our Management Team


Mr. A. P. R. Nair - Chairman

Nandini Shukla - Principal

    Rajan Kaur - Vice Principal,
 

KSMS - History - An institution with a difference…

The Kerala Samajam, a registered society was born in 1939, out of an aspiration to create a network and identity of the people from the sate and residing in the city. The school was founded in 1965 by Mr K M Abraham, Education Officer, Tata Steel. The turnaround came in 1980s, with the taking over of the reins by Mr. A P R Nair, the current Chairman of the school.

Founded in the year 1980, Kerala Samajam Model School (KSMS), Jamshedpur, is an English medium co-educational institution today. The school is affiliated to the ISC Council, New Delhi and is managed by a Board of Trustees (under the aegis of Kerala Samajam, a Society registered under the 'Societies Registration Act, 1976).

For KSMS it was a humble beginning with student strength of 72. With good results, a dedicated and qualified teaching staff, sound infrastructure KSMS became a 'Plus Two School 'with 3487 students today. It is now ranked among the best co-ed schools in the Steel city with a passion to realize its dreams.

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