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Mount Bethany Public School welcomes students from all nationalities. The admissions are normally completed for most classes by April.


Mount Bethany Public School is an ISO 9001:2015 certified organization. A ISO certification drives an organization to focus on “how they do business”.


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Aesthetically designed campus with modern infrastructure, Separate boarding facilities for boys and girls, School bus facilities for day scholars at very economical rate.

Welcome to Mount Bethany Public School

Mount Bethany Public School is an institution run by Bethany Fathers, a well known religious community founded by the great educationist, Late Archbishop Mar Ivanios. The Bethany group of institutions have always cherished and nurtured “His Dreams”. We believe in providing innovative educational methods that will enable every student to be an emissary of change. Today we promote not just academic excellence but holistic education . Our school provides a conducive environment for physical, social, spiritual, emotional and intellectual growth.It offers guidance in critical thinking, social openness and enhances purposeful research. Students are given opportunities to develop their innate talents as well as to be aware of national and global issues.

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Late Archbishop Mar Ivanios

The late Archbishop, Servant of God Mar Ivanios OIC was born on September 21, 1882 at Mavelikkara. Born in the famous ‘Mallitta’ Panicker family belonging to the Malankara Syrian Orthodox church, he assumed the baptismal name Geevarghese. Young Geevarghese, a brilliant student in his early school days, at the age of 15 received minor orders and was sent to Madras Christian College for higher studies. There he obtained his Master’s Degree. On 15th September 1908 Geevarghese was ordained a priest by His Grace Vattasseril Mar Dionysius. Just after ordination, Fr. P.T. Geevarghese was appointed principal of M. D. Seminary, Kottayam. Later the young principal moved to Calcutta accepting an invitation to teach in the Serampore College. During his stay at Calcutta, Fr. P.T. Geevarghese concentrated his attention on the foundation of a monastic community as an instrument of spiritual renewal within the Syrian Orthodox Church. In his attempt, he was very well inspired by the Christian and Hindu monastic traditions. After making the necessary arrangements to begin such a form of life, he resigned his professorship at Serampore and started the community on 15th August 1919 at Mundanmala, Ranni in Kerala, to which he gave the name Bethany Ashram. Read More