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P.C. GIRLS' SCHOOL

One of the most prominent schools in Mizoram established by the Welsh Missionaries, also known as Girls' School and Pi Teii's School, the P.C.Girls' School was established in 1903.

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The School's Centenary was celebrated in 2003, and the celebration lasted for four days. We are now at our 112th year. The school has been running smoothly till today through the guidance of God.
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The school introduces Classes A to VIII and there are 16 sections. At present, there are 37 staff members and 446 students.
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The School's Motto : To Serve the Lord
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A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL
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I. HEAD/HEADMISTRESS - PAST AND PRESENT
1. Rev.Edwin Rolands 1903 - 1904
2. Mrs D.E.Jones 1904 - 1916
3. Mrs F.J.Sandy 1916 - 1922
4. Miss Alice Catherine Mostyn Lewis 1922 - 1925
5. Miss Katie Huges 1925 - 1927, 1930 - 1944
6. Miss Katherine Morfydd Davis 1928 - 1930
7. Miss Gwen Rees Roberts 1945 - 1965
8. Miss Angharad Roberts 1965 - 1968
9. Miss Saptawni 1968 - 1991
10. Mrs Lalropuii 1992 - June 2014
11. Miss Zaithanchhungi July 2014 -
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II. TEACHERS' AWARDS :
 

1. Miss Katie Hughes, Headmistress - The 'Kaisari-i-Hind' Medal, a National Award
2. Miss Saptawni, Headmistress - National Award for Teacher - 1979
3. Mrs. Lalropuii, Headmistress - State Award for Teacher - 1999
4. Mrs. Hmangaihthangi, Teacher - State Award for Teacher - 2002

III. There have been more than 20 missionaries among our alumni.

IV. At present, there are 37 staff members. They are -

1. Zaithanchhungi - Headmistress
2. Chalngaii - Asst.Headmistress
3. Lallianpuii - Teacher
4. K.Zothanpari - Teacher
5. Vanlalhruaii - Teacher
6. H.Lalsangliani - Teacher
7. Zarzokimi - Teacher
8. R.Laltlanthangi - Teacher
9. Laltlanthangi - Teacher
10. Liandawla - Teacher (Hindi)
11. Lalbiaksangi Ralte - Teacher
12. Lalduhawmi - Teacher
13. Siamkimi - Teacher
14. C.Lallianpuii - Teacher
15. Lalhmangaihthangi - Teacher (Hindi)
16. Ramdinsangi Sailo - Teacher
17. Hmingthantluangi - Teacher
18. Zomuanpuii Fanai - Teacher
19. C.Hmingthanpari - Teacher
20. Ruthy Thanglienkhawl - Teacher
21. Dora Zothanpuii - Teacher
22. Rebecca Lalmuanpuii - Teacher
23. Marina Malsawmkimi - Teacher
24. Malsawmdawngzeli - Teacher (W.E)
25. Rebecca Lalmalsawmi - Teacher
26. Vanlalsawmi Tochhawng - Teacher
27. Esther Ngurnunpuii Sailo - Teacher
28. Rebecca Lalsangpuii - Teacher (Contract)
29. K.Lalremsiami - Teacher (Contract)
30. Lalrinsiami Chawngthu - Teacher (Contract)
31. Lalramhluna - Peon
32. Lalbiakzuali - Guardian
33. Zorampari - Office Assistant
34. C.Lalthanenga - Chowkidar
35. Rebecca Lalthlamuani - Office Assistant
36. Zoramliana - 4th Grade
37. Vannunengi - Cook

V. CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES :

Apart from formal education the school introduces several co-curricular activities to develop the students ability to be better individuals for the society and for the country. Some of these activities are as follows :

1) Work Experience (craft) : The children are taught different kinds of art and craft - knitting, sewing, painting, traditional sifting of rice (cleaning husks), weaving etc. Many of our alumni developed skills enough to provide them a profession and are now self-employed, so these crafts classes proved to be very useful.

 

2) Music etc. : Tonic Solfa is taught and they are given guidance to enable them to perform choirs, group singing, drama, recitation, etc.

3) Guide and Bulbul : Guide and Bulbul classes have been continued since 1941. Apart from their regular studies, these are among the school functions, and they prove to be very useful since these classes teach them a variety of things, and the programmes include social services.

They are taught 'Service to Mankind' and doing at best one 'good turn' each day. In the 1985 - 1986 'Prime Minister's Shield Competition', a nation wide competition, the school secured the first position, and was awarded the ‘Prime Minister’s Shield’ and a beautiful certificate.

4) Events and Competitions: To develop the students' self confidence and their ability to take up responsibilities, various competitions and events such as indoor and outdoor games, debates, quizzes, extempore speeches, dramas, competitions in singing, recitation, writing, drawing, reading etc are held every Friday. They are conducted in Mizo and English. Moreover, students of class III to class VIII are divided into four houses. Each house takes turn cleaning the school compound for one week.

VI. PRIZED JEWELS :

The School has produced many a jewel, and some cannot but be mentioned, and the following are the great women who are the first Mizo Women in their respective fields :

1. Mrs.Saii - Medal of honour, 1903
2. Mrs. Pawngi - Midwife 1908
3. Mrs. Tlawmkungi - General Nursing Midwifery 1924
4. Mrs. Kaithuami - General Nursing Midwifery 1924
5. Mrs. Varhlunchhungi (Nuteii) - Matriculate 1927
6. Dr. Challiankimi - Doctor 1941
7. Mrs. Lalsangpuii, Bachelor of Arts 1942
8. Mrs. Rita Neihpuii - Master of Arts 1951
9. Mrs. Hmingliani - Member of District Council 1951
10. Mrs. Rokimi - Master of Science 1960
11. Mrs. Saptawni - Member of Legislative Assembly (M.L.A) 1972
12. Mrs. Lalhlimpuii - Minister 1987

This school aims at preparing the students to be useful and productive for the country and the nation, to be good citizens, to have sound education, and to lead them to Jesus Christ.

We thank God for all the blessings that the Lord has showered upon the school and the guidance that we have received in the running of the school. We are also grateful to all our missionaries and the past teachers and mentors for the work that they have done for the school.



Contact -

Presbyterian Church Girls' School
Mission Veng North, Aizawl - 796001
Mizoram, India.
91 0389 2325962
pcgirlsschool@gmail.com

Zaithanchhungi
HeadmistressMission Veng North, Aizawl - 796001
Mizoram, India
91 0389 2333949 (R).

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