Officials visited Vadodara to meet interested Parents
The Doon school one of the best in the country looks for exceptional boys in Gujarat. The school administration visited Vadodara on Saturday to meet the parents and discuss about the value based education system practiced there.
As part of their outreach program Chairman of the Board of Governers Sunil Kant Munjal, Headmaster of The Doon School Matthew Raggett, Jaswinder Singh Bull President of the School Old Boys Society visit Vadodara to spread the awareness about the school and clear the misconceptions.
“We prepare future leaders for Independent India and continue the same tradition till date since it started in 1935. There is no status or other issues in the school as everyone studies with equality with focus on all round development of the child. We don’t want to be called as North Indian school and believe in diversity,” said Munjal.
He further said that the purpose of visit to Vadodara is to convey the message about the school and the exposure which the students get there. “The students get admission from 7th and 8th standard and must have good reading and writing skills. We have group interviews of the students to know them more. We focus on academics, sporting, adventure, services, arts, faith, human value in short all round development of the students,” said Raggett.
Vadodara Maharaja Samarjitsinh Gaekwad an alumni of the school said he still remember the years he spent there which helps him learn a lot. He also appreciate the strong alumni network of the school and felt nostalgic with this reunion at Vadodara.
“We are the second strongest alumni network in the world and the Old Boy Society works in various way to give back to the society. We are a charitable organisation and give our services in floods, earthquakes and natural calamities,” said Bull.