Scindia School, Gwalior



A premier educational institution of India, the Scindia School, Gwalior was established in the year of 1897 by the mighty ruler Late Maharaja Madhavrao Jayaji Rao. The Scindia School of Gwalior is situated within the hill fortress of the city.

Spread over a total area of 110 acres, the Scindia School of Gwalior caters education to the meritorious boys from all over India. Affiliated to the CBSE board of education, the Scindia School presents a harmonious blend of traditional values coupled with modern scientific education.

At present, the Scindia School encompasses strength of 606 students. The academic year of the reputed educational institution of Scindia School of Gwalior usually begins from the second week of the month of July and ends in the third week of the month of April in the next year.

One of the notable Gwalior schools, the Scindia School offers the students with several unique facilities for harnessing their mental intelligence and physical strength. The school imparts computer aided education to the students. The huge computer laboratory enables the boys of Scindia School to become acquainted with computer at a very tender age.

The Scindia School supports an excellent health club that caters to all the medical needs of the students. The school has appointed a doctor, professionally trained nurses and medical attendants to take care of the ailing students.

The hostels of Scindia School provide excellent accommodation to the students. All the wings of the hostels are supervised by wardens who take care of all the needs of the students.

Scindia School of Gwalior aims at developing a balanced personality of the students through its modern technique of imparting education in a healthy ambience.



Last Updated on 16th Oct 2012

     


     

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