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The first new wing in the late 1950s was built along the railway line with a new assembly hall and stage. In the 1960s, ZBMM was changed to BMMF (Bible Medical Missionary Fellowship) and the number of foreign teachers decreased.
The building started out as L-shaped with a junior and high school assembly hall/gymnasium.
Even though the Mission was established to achieve some level of conversion, there was no proselytising.The foreign teachers lived on the second floor of the main wing and their dining room was below that together with the principal's office.There was a wide staircase leading to the main entrance.It operates under the management of the Christian Medical Educational Fellowship (C. The monthly tuition fees were higher than the schools which taught in the local languages and the "convent" girls' schools run by nuns associated with Jesuit societies.
F) Trust and prepares students to take the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (I. The school was called Queen Mary High School even though it had classes from Nursery (typically age 4) until the 11th standard (grade) which was equivalent to the "O" levels in Great Britain.
Most of the teachers were of British origin who came to India under the auspices of the Mission to teach.