|Elevation||60 m (200 ft)|
|• Official||Malayalam, English|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
|Lok Sabha constituency||Idukki|
|Vidhan Sabha constituency||Thodupuzha|
Neyyassery (Malayalam: നെയ്യശ്ശേരി) is a small village in Karimannoor Panchayat in Thodupuzha Taluk of Idukki district in the Indian state Kerala. The population of this village as per the 2011 census was 7557 . In 2001, it was 7610 indicating that the actual population in the village is decreasing. This place is blessed with fertile land with pollution free environment. Majority of people are farmers. Rubber cultivation and foreign remittances are the major sources of income.
- 1 Institutions
- 2 Religious Institutions
- 3 Transport
- 4 Demographics
- 5 See also
- 6 References
- 7 External links
Proposed Parish hall
Parish Hall - The General body of the St: Sebastian's church has decided to construct a new parish hall with A/c provision costing one crore in the nearby ground. The speciality of the hall will be
- The first and only A/c parish hall in Thodupuzha Thaluk
- With ample parking facility - 250 to 300 Cars at a time
- With 700 seating facility and 10, ooo sq. feet area
Contributions from the parishers and the NRI's are the main source for fund besides own fund. All are welcomed to contribute liberally for the ambitious project. Those working abroad and erstwhile parishers are requested to sponsor liberally for the early completion of the project.Those willing to contribute are requested to contact Rev Fr Vicar St: Sebastian's Church Neyyassery. Please contact in the following phone number for further details Raju Thomas Padathil ( member of the committee constituted for the purpose) 9745690208 ( between 6 PM to 10 PM)
The public library under the Karimannoor Panchayat started during the period of Shri.P.O.Mathew, who was the ward member at that time. Presently it has a spacious reading room section with all leading Malayalam dailies and a book section with a good collection of books.Two generations owe their knowledge and career growth to this institution.
St Sebastian's High School
St Sebastian's High School, under the corporate management of Kothamangalam, is situated at the heart of Neyyassery. This school has a vast alumni who are in various parts of the world. Professionals in respectable positions in India and abroad, demonstrates the quality of education imparted by this school in the past.
Village Office, Neyyassery
Village office is situated near Panchayth library on the side of Neyyassery Vannapuram road
Idukki District Co-operative Bank
A branch of Idukki District Co-operative Bank was started at Neyyassery in 2009
The Office of the Assistant Director of Agriculture is situated near to Church and school.
Rubber producers Society
Rubber producers Society( Karimannoor RPS is the official name)- Established in 1987. An Eco-friendly rubber processing centre is functioning under the society. Have two smoke houses with a capacity of 2000 sheets each .A training centre is under construction . Approximate processing Capacity is 500 kg of rubber per day. Approximate turn over of the society is Rs 4 cores per annum.The society is governed by a committee headed by Sri Raju Thomas padathil, K O Jose ( vice president ), Sunny Abraham, A V Simon, V V Francis, R C joseph and Paul joseph.The society is formed with the assistance of Rubber Board
- Collection Agent - Sri Tenson
- Location - Near St: Sebastians Church Neyyassery.
Iswarya Haritha Sangom
The Sangom is Headed by Sri George Augustine Thalappillil. Formed in 2003 for promoting crops other than rubber. A Milk society is functioning under the sangom.Engaged in various activities for the development of Neyyassery.
St Sebastian's Church
Franciscan Clarist Congregation(FCC) Convent
This convent is under the vimala province, Kothamangalam of the FCC. This convent runs a nursery school in Neyyassery. The nuns in this convent actively help the people of this village through their generosity.
Neyyassery is well connected with roads to neighboring places. But this village is not well accessible by public transport even though few private buses conduct regular services . Majority of the population uses private vehicle. The unpolluted natural resources may be the most attraction of this village. As the population is decreasing due to the migration of younger inhabitants to other places in search of better living conditions , the village is less congested and an ideal retirement haven for aged population.
- "Census of India : Villages with population 5000 & above". Retrieved 2008-12-10.
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- "Provinces". Archived from the original on 2012-03-03.