As the School was nearing the historical landmark of completing its centenary it was widely accepted that the name and honour of the school were largely due to the outstanding achievements of the Old Boys and their strong bond with the alma mater. It was felt necessary to recognise this fact by instituting a special award. Hence an award to recognise an eminent Old Boy every year was instituted and named ‘Madhav Award’after our HH Maharaja Madhavrao Scindia I. It was first given away in 1984 and the recipient was the prominent statesman Mr Natwar Singh.
We proudly present the gallery of Madhav Awardees.
Natwar Singh has been consistently making very rich and singular contributions to the formation of India's Foreign Policy as a distinguished member of the Indian Foreign Service.
During 1983 he was assigned the responsibility of organizing the 7th Nonaligned Meet (NAM) as its Secretary General and was the Chief Coordinator for the Commonwealth Heads of Government meet (CHOGAM), assignments which conducted with efficiency and distinction. In 1984 he was awarded the Padma Bhushan. He has also made a mark in the field of English Literature by authoring books and articles published in India and abroad. K. Natwar Singh has thus distinguished himself as an Eminent Old Boy of the Scindia School. The Scindia School conferred him, the first Madhav Award as an Old Boy of Distinction for the year 1984.