Model Technical Higher Secondary School, Kaloor
The Model Technical Higher Secondary School (MTHSS) is the pioneer in a group of Model Technical Higher Secondary Schools located in Kerala, India. These schools were established to provide education in the technological and hi-tech sectors.
The schools are managed by the Institute of Human Resources Development (IHRD) and promote scientific advancement, technological progress and economic growth. The instruction is conducted in English.
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