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    - Jyotiraditya M Scindia, 2004

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    LATEST NEWS
    15th January issue of School Review ...
    15 January 2017

    This was the 4th consecutive RS service project in Nathon-Ka-Pura. It is a 60 year old village which has about 100 families or in other words, a population of about 1500 people. The entire village now lives in abject poverty as they lost their main occupation of snake charming due to a government ban on …

    School hosts Under-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy ...
    07 January 2017

    The year takes a promising onset for sports enthusiasts as The Scindia School hosts 4 days Board Trophy Cricket Match at the Madhav Cricket Ground in association with Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association. In a recent advancement of creating state of the art, world class sports facilities at the school. Under-16 Vijay Merchant Trophy Cricket match …

    Round Square Service Project in Nathon-Ka-Pu ...
    20 December 2016

    Project Introduction: This is the 9th consecutive year of this project in Nathon-Ka-Pura, a 60 year old village, which has about 100 families or a population of about 1500 people who now live in abject poverty as they lost their main occupation of snake charming due to a government ban. The Scindia School decided to …