Thrikkakara Police Station0484 – 2428665 firstname.lastname@example.org
Thrikkakara Police Station was opened on 25-10-1982 as per GO(Rt )2278/82 dtd 09-09-1982. As per the order of the Commissioner of Police, Kochi City Order No G2A 46931/1999 /EC Dated 29-06-2000 this Police Station was reframed and opened Reception Counter on 01-08-2000 at 9.00am.
The Police Station is situated approximately 100 meters away from Kakkanadu Civil Station near Seaport Air port Road. Janamaithry project and Students Police Cadets were also functioning in Thrikkakara PS.
The Building is located in Sy No 588/01 of Kakkanadu Village in Kanayanoor Taluk in a Place Known as Mavelipuram Colony , this Police station was functioning around 2 acres of Land and there are 48 Nos Family Quarters are also under this station.
The station coming under Thrikkakara Sub division and the Circle office is Kalamassery. Shaju.A.N, is now handling the charge of SHO His phone number is 9497980424 and email ID is email@example.com. Total 53 police personnel are working in this police station. Police station is situated in own building of 6525.94 Sq.feet Janamythri project, clean campus safe campus and women help desk, Senior citizen help desk are functioning in this police station.
The jurisdiction of this police station comprises Thrikkakara Kara, Kakkanad Kara, & Vazhakkala
Border Police Station
The border police stations are Hill palace,Ambalamugal,Plarivattom,Elamakkara,Kalamassery, & Ernakulam rural
Parliament constituency and Legislative Assembly
Thrikkakara Police Station Jurisdiction belongs to Ernakulam Parliament Constituency and Thrikkakara Legislative Assembly.
1. Ernakulam Collectorate
3. ALL INDIA RADIO
4. Doordersan Kendra
Cochin Special Economic Zone
The Cochin Special Economic Zone is a multi-product Special Economic Zone located at Kochi, Kerala. It is established in an area of 41.7 hectares in the Kakkanad area under the Thrikkakara Municipality.
1.Sun Rise hospital
2.Co-operative Hospital, Kakkanad ,
1 Govt. LP School Thevakkal
2 Govt. LP School Padamughal Municipal School
3 LP School Kakkanad
Private Aided Schools
4 Kakkanad Mar Athanasius HS Kakkanad
5 Thrikkakara Cardinal Higher Secondary School Thrikkakara
6 Thrikkakara Cardinal High School Thrikkakara
7 Darul-Asalam School Thrikkakara
Private Unaided Schools
8 Mary Matha EMHS Vazhakkala Schools offering CBSE
11 Assisi Vidya Niketan Public School Kakkanad
12 Bhavans Adarsha Vidyalaya Kakkanad
13 Bhavans Varuna Vidhyalaya Thrikkakara
14 Cochin Public School Thrikkakara
15 Jama-Ath Residential Public School Kakkanad
16 Vyasa Vidyalaya Palachuvadu
17 St.Charles Borromeo School Thuthiyoor
18 Naipunya Public School, Thrikkakara
1 BharatMata College Thrikkakara
2 Model Engineering College Thrikkakara
3 K.M.M College Thrikkakara
Banks and Financial Institutions
Main Projects through the Police Station
Women help desk
Women help Desk is functioning in the police Station
Important Worship Places
Thrikkakara Siva Temple
The name Thrikkakkara is an evolved pronunciation of the word Thiru Kaal Kara, meaning the place of the holy foot. This connects to the tale behind the festival of Onam, by which, this is the place on which Lord Vamana set his foot to push down Mahabali to the 'lower world'Pathalam. There is a place named Pathalam about 20 km from this place in the same district.
Following from the legend of Onam, Thrikkakkara is home for the associated shrine, the Thrikkakara Temple, where the deity enshrined isVamana. Thrikkakara temple is considered to be the center of Onam celebrations worldwide. The festival is largely attended by thousands of people from all religions. The Onam festival is celebrated here in a colourful manner as a festival spanning over ten days. Devotees contribute money for public feasts. A large number of mobile shops make it a trade fair. A notable fireworks show is held towards the end of the celebration. Thrukkakkara was in Travancore state, 61 naduvazhis jointly organise the Onam festival under the leadership of the Maharaja of Travancore. Ananthapadmanabhan, the title holder is Chempil Arayan Ananthapadmanabhan Valiya Arayan, participated the festival with the Maharaja of Travancore.
There are 17 temples and 09 churches and 08 mosque is situated in Thrikkakara Police station Limit.