Christ the King College, Jhansi

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Christ the King College
Logo of - Christ the King College , Jhansi.png
Address
Civil lines
Jhansi - 284001,
Uttar Pradesh,
India
Coordinates 25°26′27″N 78°34′06″E / 25.4409°N 78.5684°E / 25.4409; 78.5684Coordinates: 25°26′27″N 78°34′06″E / 25.4409°N 78.5684°E / 25.4409; 78.5684
Information
Type Private Boys convent
Motto Corona Non Sine Labore
" No Crown Without Labour"
Founded January, 1940
Founder Bishop F. X. Fenech
School district Jhansi district
Principal Fr. Richard. A.
Founder Headmaster Eric D' Souza
Faculty 130
Pupils 3100
Classes offered Kindergarten–12th
Medium of language English
Campus Urban
Area 110 acres (450,000 m2)
Houses      Jagrati,      Veer,      Shakti,      Satya
Colour(s)      Blue,      White,      Red
Nickname "The CKCians"
Affiliation ICSE / ISC
Alumni Old Collegians
Website

Christ the King College is a 'Boys only' Catholic School located in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India. The school is affiliated to the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE / ISC).

College history[edit]

The Christ the King College in its initial stage was started in 1939 in the Civil lines by the first Bishop of Jhansi, Bishop Francis Xavier Fenech from Malta, Europe. The first principal was Br. Leo (OFM, CAP) from Mahim, Bombay. He remained for 18 years in C.K.C. and through his hard work saw to the development of the school.

In 1940 the school was shifted to the present St. Joseph’s School in the cantonment area. Br. Leo was a popular and efficient man.The first headmaster of C.K.C. was Mr. Eric D’souza. Earlier the school was recognized by Senior Cambridge but the students also had the option of appearing for Uttar Pradesh State Board. The recognition of ICSE/ISC board was obtained in 1975 by Fr. Tony Late. The first batch of ICSE(X) passed out in Dec 1976. In 1977, the acamedic year was changed from Jan-Dec to Apr-Mar and therefore, the first batch of ISC(XII) passed out in Mar 1979. Fr. Augustine took over and in his tenure school touched its zenith with a yearly features that many students being selected in IITs, PMTs, Olympiads, NDA and various exams at national, state and regional level. He was a popular man and the school in his hands expanded leaps and pounds. Due to the increasing number of students, and the school did not get permission to construct from cantonment board, the primary section was constructed and shifted to civil lines in 1978. Over the years the school by far has produced hundreds of IITians & Doctors, much more than any other school in Jhansi.Also have facilities of Smart Classes Also have big field for the students those are good in academics

Alumni[edit]

Its Alumni are called CKCians and sometimes they are unofficially called Old Collegians.

National Cadet Corps[edit]

The motto of NCC is 'Unity & Discipline' which was adopted on 23 Dec 1957. In living up to its motto, the NCC strives to be and is one of the greatest cohesive forces of the nation, bringing together the youth hailing from different parts of the country and moulding them into united, secular and disciplined citizens of the nation.In college also ncc training is regular with proper dress code regular camps for the ncc cadets and also certified with A grade certificates for those who joined ncc and regular for training and camps.

Ecare Services[edit]

The whole College Staff and Students is connected with Ecare services Given a Identity From college and also a Password for Login Also a ecare app for phone to stay connected with college and having messages system through Ecare team which allows to send regular and daily home work or if your ward is absent from the college the system of messaging on the parents or guardians phone numbers regestered in our college data. Click here to login School's Ecare Login

Principals of Christ the King College[edit]

The following are the Rev. Fathers who have served as principals of the Christ the King College:-

Designation Name Tenure
Principal Fr. Dernardine January 1940 – July 1941
Principal Fr. Leo August 1941 – December 1942
Principal Fr. S. John January 1943 – March 1943
Principal Fr. Aloysius January 1945 – August 1946
Principal Fr. Stanislaus September 1946 – April 1947
Principal Fr. G. Goveas May 1947 – June 1948
Principal Fr. John Evangelist July 1948 – December 1948
Principal Fr. Leo January 1949 – June 1953
Principal Fr. Joseph July 1953 – December 1953
Principal Fr. Leo January 1954 – December 1956
Principal Br. G. P. Gannon January 1957 – December 1957
Principal Br. S. E. Coffey January 1958 – December 1958
Principal Fr. A. Gambin January 1960 – January 1963
Principal Fr. A. Sammut February 1963 – March 1979
Principal Fr. N. D. Augustine September 1980 – June 1991
Principal Fr. Rocky Kardoza July 1991 – June 1995
Principal Fr. A. Kulmi July 1995 – April 2000
Principal Fr. F. Mendonca May 2000 – July 2006
Principal Fr. Mathew Adhophilil July 2006 – September 2012
Principal Fr. Peter Parapullil September 2012 – October 2012
Principal Fr. Richard November 2012 – present

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