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The Scindia Boarding School in India


The Scindia Residential Boys School is one of the India's leading boarding school. The 12 house systems in Scindia School has it's own identity and history. The personality of the Housemaster is usually reflected in everything that a House stands for. We have four Houses in Junior School and eight in the Senior School. The alumni remain very strongly attached to their Houses all their lives. The Scinida School is know for 121 years of legacy with strong values and beliefs. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: The Scindia Boarding School in India

The Scindia School
  • Houses

  • Like the cells make the fundamental structure of
    a living body the House system of The Scindia
    School forms the DNA. The twelve Houses follow
    certain common norms yet each manages to
    establish and maintain a very special identity of
    its own. The identity often does not change over
    several generations of students and teachers who
    become part of the House. House in The Scindia
    School is not just a building but an entity with
    a soul of its own.

  • Who was Ranoji?
  • Ranoji Shinde came from an ancient Kshatriya
    family. The family of Ranoji Shinde became Patils
    or Headmen of Kanerkhed village, Satara District
    in Maharashtra. Ranoji Shindes father Jankoji
    Shinde was in Balaji Vishwanaths service and
    Ranoji himself was brought up as a friend of Baji
    Rao Vishwanath. In 1722 Ranoji was made the
    Commander of the Maratha Army that went to Malwa.

  • Who was Jayaji ?
  • After a long period of turmoil His Highness
    Maharaja Jayajirao Scindia provided stability to
    the State of Gwalior. Jayajirao Scindia was born
    Bhagirath Shinde, son of Hanumantrao Shinde on 19
    January 1835. After the death of His Highness
    Jankojirao Scindia II, in 1843, his widow Tara
    Bai adopted Bhagirath Rao, who became the ruler
    of Gwalior under the name of His Highness
    Maharaja Jayajirao Scindia on 22 February 1843.

  • 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 fathers 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.

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