An olive-green color car entered the Urvai Ghati to go up the Gwalior Fort. A hand wavedto stop the car. He picked up the receiver of the phone next to him and spoke to someone and waved at the driver that he could go. Click here to read the complete Qila Quotes.
Mr GS Bakshi, a name that has become almost synonymous with The Scindia School bid adieu after 43 years of dedicated service. A dyed in the wool Scindian, he was one of the most versatile and energetic teachers on the Fort who served from 1978 to June 2021. Click here to read complete Qila Quotes
The Scindia School celebrated its 122nd Founder’s Day on 21st October 2019, and Parents’ Day & Old Boys’ Day on the 20th October 2019. Dr Deborah Ford, Chancellor, University of Wisconsin, Parkside, USA was the Chief Guest for the function on the 20th.
Mr Devendra Bhatnagar (Ex-Jayaji, 1974) joined The Scindia School in 1970. He graduated from school with exceptional credentials and joined the training Ship T S Rajendra and sailed till 2001 serving for 27 years as navigation deck officer of which 11 years were as Captain of various ocean going ships. Click here to read the complete Qila Quotes.
Mr Josh Stephens is a core educator with a long experience in classroom teaching. Click here to read the complete Qila Quotes;
A young boy aged ten years entered the gates of the majestic Gwalior Fort in 1949 to study at one of the premier educational institutions of the country. Click here to read the complete issue.
School welcomed new entrants into its fold in a different style this time. A three day offsite induction programme was organized for the new members of the Scindia fraternity in Orchha. Engaging sessions of Hindi and English drama and dance were especially planned and designed for the young ones. Click here to read latest issue.
The School celebrated the 120th Founder’s Day with grandeur and bonhomie. The three day celebration comprised Parents’ Day, Founder’s Day and Old Boys’ Day. Parents’ Day saw our talented students put up a mesmerising theatrical performance entitled Charandas –The Thief. Click here to read Qila Quotes…
It was not just an educational institution that took birth in the year 1897. It was
actually an ethos, a credo, a belief system that set up roots. The aim was to nurture
students into intellectually, emotionally and spiritually enlightened individuals who
would be equipped with all the necessary tools to make a difference in the world
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Nine schools participated in the 15th H.H. Maharaja Madhavrao Scindia Memorial Cricket Tournament hosted by school. It was a keen contest for the coveted trophy which was won by Modern School, New Delhi. The Runner Up team was DPS Mathura Road, Delhi. Over five days we witnessed a brilliant display of cricketing skills with swashbuckling batsmen, outstanding bowlers and gifted fielders keeping spectators riveted. President Board of Governors His Highness Jyotiraditya M Scindia, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. He applauded the players for putting up a stellar show of sportsmanship and camaraderie. Click here to read complete qila quote.
The School celebrated the 119th Founder’s Day with a mix of tradition, splendour, regalia and bonhomie. Like every year, the festivities were spread over three days namely; Parents’ Day, Founder’s Day and Old Boys’ Day. Her Highness Maharani Priyadarshini Raje Scindia was the Chief Guest at the cultural evening on 20th October. A trilingual theatrical presentation entitled, ‘Tagore’, took the audience through the life and works of Guruduv Rabindranath Tagore. The concept as well as the performance by the students won accolades from all quarters. The Chief Guest on Founder’s Day was Padma Vibhushan Mr Ratan Naval Tata, the legendary Indian businessman, investor, philanthropist and Chairman – Tata Trusts. He awarded trophies to Houses and individual students for exceptional performance in academics and sports in the course of the year. Click here to read more…
A new academic year has begun bringing with it new dreams, a desire to redefine our benchmarks and the determination to
achieve all our goals. We are once again set on our journey to motivate the weak, address the average and challenge the gifted.