JEEVAJI HOUSE
Who was Jeevaji ?

His Highness Jeevajirao Scindia lost his father when he was nine years old. He recognized the importance of representative institutions. He followed his father’s legacy and undertook a number of measures to relieve the financial burdens of the farmers, established educational institutions, libraries, and hospitals for women and children. Jeevajirao ruled Gwalior until India's independence in 1947 and was one of the first rulers to accede to the Indian Union and signed a covenant with other rulers by which Gwalior was merged with princely states to become the new Indian state of Madhya Bharat within the union of India. He contributed Rs. 50 crores to the Government of India exchequer. 'George' Jeevajirao served as the State's Rajpramukh, or appointed Governor till 31 October 1956, when Madhya Bharat was merged into Madhya Pradesh. He used to visit the School and dine with the students once a week. He gave the School the vision statement: ‘The young men who go out of The Scindia School will carry in life and in their conduct the bold imprint of this institution, the stamp of self-discipline, of character, of chivalry, of dignity, and of good behavioural qualities on which higher citizenship is based.’
Jeevajirao abolished the system of bonded or unpaid labour. He built the Tekanpur Kothis, where the BSF Head Quarter is now located. He continued to serve until his untimely death in 1961, when the mantle passed to his 16 year old son Madhavrao Scindia II.

The motto of the House is "Guna Pooja Sthana"

About the Housemaster:

The young, dynamic and enthusiastic, Mr. Anil Pathania is a very positive influence on the boys of Jeevaji House. He believes that the boys of the house are like bricks and as a Housemaster he has to act as the cement, binding them all together. An avid sportsperson he has been able to infuse the same passion into the boys of Jeevaji House. Not one to settle for mediocrity, he has been pushing the boys to strive for excellence in all areas of school life. The Jeevajians consider themselves truly lucky as with a mathematics teacher around them 24x7 they are always “numerically” ahead of others. A keen adventure enthusiast, he can be seen surrounded by boys who are ever eager to hear his interesting anecdotes.

HOUSE MASTER & STAFF
Mr Srijith Pillai
House Master, JEEVAJI HOUSE
AKASH PHOGAT
School Prefect, JEEVAJI HOUSE
VEDANT CHOUDHURY
School Prefect, JEEVAJI HOUSE
Mr. Ganpat Swaroop Pathak
Resident Tutor, JEEVAJI HOUSE
Mrs Nazma Khan
Matron, JEEVAJI HOUSE
RECENT WINS

• Chopel Bhutia was awarded the Subject Topper’s certificate.
• Akash Phogat scored 10 CGPA in Class X.
• 3 boys attended VP’s Breakfast.
• 6 boys attended the Scholar’s Banquet.
• 6 boys signed the prestigious Honour’s Book.
• Jazbi Yunus was selected for second level in ASSET.
• Akash Phogat and Karnik Kanojia were the Executive board members of Scindia MUN 2017 and Shishir Pandey was awarded with high commendation in AIPPM.
• Akash Phogat and Shaskank Kilhore participated in Akshar IPSC Literary Fest 2017 in which Shashank Kilhore bagged 2nd position in Double Trouble.
• Yuvraj Singh Solanki and Rohan Jain participated in Jindal Art Fest in which Rohan Jain secured second position in card making competition.
• Yuvraj Bhatia won 1st prize in digital photography event at IPSC visual ART fest held at SKV, Gwalior.
• Anirudha Singh Tayagi stood 2nd in photography and editing event during IT week.
• Shashank Kilhore was awarded as 2nd best speaker in Interhouse senior group Hindi Debate.
• Satyam Singh Gurjar was awarded as best speaker in prose and Drishan Dutt was awarded as 2nd Best speaker poetry section in senior group Hindi Elocution.
• Jazbi Yunus was awarded as best speaker in prose in Inter house middle group Hindi Elocution.
• Ojas Agarwal was awarded as best speaker in poetry in Inter house middle group English Elocution.
• Under the captaincy of Chopel Bhutia the house secured first position in ‘A’ Group Inter house Hockey Tournament for the third consecutive year. Chopel Bhutia was the highest scorer of the tournament, Harjashan Dhillon was best player of the tournament and Satyam Singh Gurjar was awarded as the Most Promising player of the tournament.
• Under the captaincy of Akshay Bhargava the house secured first position in ‘A’ Group Interhouse Cricket Tournament and he was also awarded as the man of the tournament. The house also bagged the overall cricket trophy for the year 2017-2018
• Under the captaincy of Adwait Sharma the house secured second position in ‘B’ Group Interhouse Athletic Meet.
• Three boys from the house represented the state in Karate nationals held at Jaipur in which Akash Phogat bagged 1 silver and 1 bronze medal and Sourabh Gond and Sachin Kodli bagged 1 bronze medal each.
• Akash Phogat represented the state in the 3rd Karate warrior National tournament held at Shimla in which he bagged 1 silver and 1 bronze Medal.
• Under the Captaincy of Chopel Bhutia the school stood second in UFH invitational Hockey tournament held at New Delhi and he was also awarded with the best midfielder of the tournament.
• Yuvraj Bhatia won 1 silver and 1 bronze medal in the prestigious Delhi Horse Show 2017 and also competed in the FEI World Dressage Challenge Senior Category 2017.
• Yuvraj Bhatia bagged gold medal in the Young Rider Dressage in the National Equestrian championship 2017 held at the MP State Equestrian Academy, Bhopal.
• Anirudha Awasti represented CBSC in Under – 17 SGFI Nationals and also came third in six a side cricket tournament held at YPS, Mohali.
• Kishang Tamang was the member of Football team which won the Futsal Competition held at LNIPE, Gwalior.
• Akshay Bhargava was awarded the Sports Blazer for the year 2017-18.