Labour India

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Labour India Publications Limited
Public Ltd.
Industry Educational research, e-learning, publishing, tourism and hospitality
Founded 1983
Headquarters Marangattupilly, Kottayam, Kerala
Key people
Santhosh George Kulangara, Managing Director
Rajesh George Kulangara, Executive Director
George Kulangra, Chairman
Products Educational publications, multimedia CDs and e-learning

Labour India Publications Limited is an educational publisher based in Marangattupally, Kerala, India. It publishes educational monthly journals in three languages, for students of pre-primary level to Plus Two level and entrance exams. [1] [2] It plans to formulate an educational curriculum of international standard and publishes textbooks and educational journals.[3] It is an ISO 9001:2000 certified company.


Labour India was founded by V.J. George Kulangara in 1983 and was listed as a public limited company in 1996. The educational research centre was renovated in 2004 and was inaugurated by K R Narayanan, former president of India. Santhosh George Kulangara is the present managing director of the group.[4]


Labour India's publications are sold to CBSE and Kerala syllabus students; they are currently available to Malayalam, English Medium, and Tamil medium students. The company also publishes educational VCDs, syllabus based multimedia CDs and DVDs, and general knowledge books and CDs including Quiz India series and English and Hindi grammar guides.[5]

Other establishments[edit]

Labour India has other establishments involved in the fields of educational research, boarding schools, [[e-learning, tourism, charity and hospitality. Labour India Gurukulam Public School, International Gurukulam Schools, Bluefield International Academy in the US and College of Teacher Education are its establishments. The visual travelogue Sancharam is edited at Labour India's multimedia studio. The Labour India knowledge village, having facilities for training and learning educational support activities, was inaugurated by Rakesh Sharma, the first cosmonaut from India, on 9 September 2008.[6]

The Labour India group of companies is registered under Labour India Educational Society, Marangattupilly in Kottayam District, Kerala.


  1. ^ "Labour India Publications Ltd". American Quality Assessors list. 
  2. ^ "Labour India Publications Ltd". Press Release ( 
  3. ^ "Uzhavoor gives warm welcome to Narayanan". Chennai, India: The Hindu Online. 20 March 2004. 
  4. ^ "Kottayam publisher all set for space odyssey". The Indian Express. 
  5. ^ "Labour India Publications Ltd". 
  6. ^ "Space new science frontier: Rakesh Sharma". Chennai, India: The Hindu Online. 11 September 2008. 

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