Parent Teacher Association 

      During the tenure of Sri K. Sivasankaran Nair as principal (1975- 81) the necessity for organizing a Parent Teacher Association was felt. As a result the Parent Teacher Association was established. Since then the PTA is successfully functioning here. The P.T.A. Executive Committee comprises the elected representatives of the parents and the nominees from the Staff Council. The parent’s representatives are elected in the general body meeting of parents convened shortly after the re-opening of the school each year. The Principal is the ex-officio Convenor. While the President and Vice President are elected from the representatives of parents, the Staff Secretary is usually elected as the P.T.A. Secretary. The P.T.A. in M.M.R.H.S.S. is functioning very effectively on democratic principles. Monthly meetings of the Executives Committee are held where the school activities are discussed and appropriate decisions taken. All along the P.T.A. here could contribute considerably for the development and smooth efficient functioning of the school and welfare of staff and students. P.T.A.’s role in the development of school buildings, modification of library, construction of open air stage, improvements and upkeep of playgrounds, conduct of medical camps, smooth functioning of festivals and celebrations, encouragement to staff and students who achieve name and fame to the school, etc, etc are worth mentioning. P.T.A. here maintains very cordial relations with the school authorities as well as the management. P.T.A. of M.M.R.H.S.S. always upholds the view that in the present day context the joint efforts of the school authorities, the management and the parents will go a long way in safe guarding the interests and welfare of the students and staff and the successful functioning of the institution. The following persons were the President of the PTA in the recent past.

Our Inspiration

Mannathu Padmanabhan (1878-1970) was a social reformer and a freedom fighter from the State of Kerala, India. He is recognized as the founder of the organization called the Nair Service Society and considered as a visionary reformer. He was born on January 2, 1878 near Changanassery, in North Travancore. He started his career as a teacher in 1893 and then changed his profession and took up legal practice from 1905 onwards. He was honored with the title ‘Bharata Kesari’ from the President of India. He also received Padma Bhushan in 1966. He died on February 25, 1970.

Our Facilities



Day Care Center

Our Address

Mannam Memmorial Residential
Higher Secondary School,
Neramankara,Kaimanam P.O.
Trivandrum 40.Kerala 695040
0471-2490969, 2492187,2490980