Welcome to our Bethlahem Matric Higher Secondary School.

  • Karungal, Kanyakumari District, TamilNadu,India. Pin - 629157

  • Call Us 9489037169,04651 - 267501

  • Mail Us info@bethlahem.org

Other Facilities

Other Facilities

Within the School Campus various facilities are provided for the safety and welfare of the students. They include Transport, Food, Stand-on Power supply, Mineral water plant and Fire- fighting Equipment. The quality of school's environment and its facilities has a strong influence on student's learning. Besides regular use in organizing and managing school's activities, record of school's physical facilities and material resources such as furniture and equipment can provide data to derive many indicators for assessing the quality of education in a school.

School record and report data in the annual school census about the availability of basic facilities, such as clean water, separate toilets, electricity, kitchen/canteen, telephone and various other facilities and services in school. Administrators at various levels of the education system can use this information to evaluate the environment and physical facilities of schools they oversee and then prioritize and plan the upgrade or improvement of facilities.

Communication Skills

From the beginning children learn about communication, whether it is looking through a picture book to learn the name of household objects, asking dad for more juice, or negotiating with a sibling about sharing a toy. In other words, communication is a major part of childhood. Communication training is vitally important for elementary school students. Communication skills help children develop healthy interpersonal relationships, evaluate mediated messages, and learn to present themselves in effective and competent ways to others.

Power Supply

The school is equipped with stand - by generators for uninterrupted power supply. The generators are noiseless power generators that ensure uninterrupted power supply within the campus. The school power supply is set at 230V AC. Please ensure that any appliance is set for that voltage. All electrical sockets are three pin. We have our own generating system, which supplies power to the school community during power cuts. Please check with the school first whether you should have any concern regarding the suitability of electrical equipment required to be used by your child. We have used best material for our electrical system to be safe against electrical hazards.

The electrical system will be checked periodically by the school electrician to ensure total safety.Our large stand-by generator supplies power to all boarding houses during mains power cuts. school electrical technician can check any concern about the suitability or condition of electrical equipment. Voltage regulators and surge protectors are advised for larger electrical devices, as the school cannot be responsible for damage to personal equipment that is the result of a power surge. For reasons of safety, students may not burn bug coils, incense, and open candles, or use heaters, kettles or toasters in their rooms.

Water Plant

The school has pure drinking water for the children. A hydro-pneumatically operated water system is present in the campus. Our School specializes in manufacturing and installing a qualitative range of Water Filtration Plant, which is widely used to eradicate the impurities of the water and make it reusable.

Manufactured with utmost precision, these filters removes the suspended solids, precipitated irons and other impurities by trapping these into a media. The processes involves downward passage of the water through the media, which traps and removes the impurities. The drinking water for the children was duly tested and approved by the Health Department. Water on campus is drinkable. Bethlahem Matric Higher Secondary School has its own borehole; the water is then treated and supplied to all buildings and staff houses. Regular tests are being administered on the treated water to ensure its quality and suitability for drinking is maintained.