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PM Public School - Jayankondam

About PMPS

In 1976, we started the Modern Kindergarten School under the Dhanabakiyathammal Educational Trust in Kilvelur (Thiruvarur Dt). In 1980, the Modern Group of Institutions was formulated and the "Modern Matriculation Higher Secondary School" was established in Jayankondam. Today, the trust boasts of having a group of institutions that offer courses at Modern Arts and Science College, College of Education (B.Ed.,) Polytechnic College. This forward-thinking management group with more than 46 years of combined experience founded PM Public School (CBSE).

Together, the institution's administration, faculty, and students strive for excellence in all curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular pursuits. The school is fostering by a team of dedicated Teachers and headed by its Correspondent Kalvi Thandhai Dr. C.Palanivel M.A., M.ED., M.Phil., Ph.D., and it's Secretary Mrs.Maheswari Palanivel M.A.,B.Ed.,.

The school facilities are designed to comprise of

  • 1. World class infrastructure

  • 2. Well qualified staff

  • 3. Smart classrooms

  • 4. Well-equipped library

  • 5. Science laboratories - physics, chemistry and biology

  • 6. Computer lab

  • 7. Maths lab

  • 8. Activity room for children

  • 9. Indoor play area for children

  • 10. Auditorium

  • 11. Audiovisual room

  • 12. Playground & course

  • 13. Dance room

  • 14. Music room

  • 15. Indoor sports room

  • 16. Art & craft room

  • About Our Trust


    PM Public School were founded by the noble trustees of DHANABAKAYATHAMAL EDUCATIONAL TRUST. The trustees include well experienced Teacher - Directors, Philanthropists and Pioneers in school management.

    Objectives Of Our Trust

    • 1. To provide quality education to all sections of the society.

    • 2. To provide multi-dimensional growth in the personality of the students.

    • 3. Individual attention for Students to attain good academic standard with remedial help to slow learners.

    • 4. To give opportunity to the economically weaker section of the society to equip themselves for employment.