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Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust, Kochi

If You Are An Alumni…

If you are an alumnus or alumna of Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust, Kochi, and you want your details to be added to our database, then click here to fill up an Alumni form.

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7 Responses

  1. Veena Vijayan says:

    NOW THATS A SMART MOVE. Getting back the old times is as difficult as living them. When we got a generation that uses their middle finger as a part of expression, it is amazing to find people trying to patch up their old memories, friendship, love and everything that can be seen and experienced under the sun.

  2. arrjun says:

    heyy… nice move… unfortunately m still on higher studies… am i eligible to give name?

  3. Ganesh kumar says:

    1993 12th passout

  4. Ganesh kumar. N says:

    kvpt 1993 passout batch

  5. Sandeep Prabhakaran says:

    Name: Sandeep Prabhakaran
    Date of birth:28-5-1975
    Gender:Male
    Year of admission:1980
    Year of passing out:1990
    Present occupation/position/organisation:Environmental Manager /Impregilo Spa, Italy- Abu Dhabi Branch
    Present address: Pb no 47489, Abu Dhabi , UAE
    Email address: achu.deep@gmail.com
    Phone No.: 00971 555260122
    Any other remarks

  6. indu v parameswaran says:

    M suuupeerrrrr excitedddd…evryone say colg is d best part in life…but for me….school was also d best part in my lifeeee….m ready for Xmas date….goin 2book ticketsss…

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