10-07-2014, 08:46 PM
Christ the King College is "only for boys' Catholic school located in Jhansi, Uttar Pradesh, India. The school is part of the Indian Certificate Secondary Education (ICSE / ISC).
King's College in its initial stage of Christ was started in 1939 in the line of civil first Bishop of Jhansi, Bishop Francis Xavier Fenech of Malta, Europe. The first director was Br. Leo (OFM, Cap) of Mahim, Mumbai. He stayed for 18 years in the CKC and saw his hard work in the development of the school.
In 1940 the school was moved to this school of St. Joseph in the cantonment. Rubles Leo was a popular and effective chelovekom.Pervy CKC Director was Mr. Eric d 'Souza. Previously, the school was recognized as a senior Cambridge, but the students also had the opportunity of visiting Uttar Pradesh State Council. Recognition of ICSE / ISC Council was obtained in 1975 Tony's father late. The first batch of ICSE (X) was held in December 1976 In 1977, commenting on the year has been changed from January-December to April-March, and thus, the first batch of ISC (XII) consciousness in March 1979. Father Augustine took over the school and in the post has touched its peak with the annual functions that many students being selected in IITs, PMC, competitions, NGOs and various examinations at the national, state and regional level. He was a popular man and a school in his hands extended jumps and pounds. Due to the increasing number of students, and the school did not obtain a building permit from the collection of fees, the main section was built and handed over to the civil lines in 1978. Over the years, the school has now produced hundreds IITians & doctors, far more than any other school in Jhansi.