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Rajhans Vidyalaya

Affiliated by CBSE

HMP School Campus,Near Bhavan’s College,Munshi Nagar, D.N. Road

Locality - Andheri West Mumbai, Maharashtra, India (400058)

(022) - 26243529,26234805

vidyalaya_rajhans@rediffmail.com,principal@rajhansvidyalaya.in

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Principal Name : Shri D.D.Udeshi

Established in Year : 1939

Board of Education : CBSE

School Category : Nursery,Pre-Primary,Primary,Middle,Secondary,Senior Secondary School

Medium of School : English Medium

Type of School : (Private) Day Type

Gender of School : Co-ed School

Average Fee : 5000 to 10000 (Monthly)

About school
							The school owes its existence to a large-hearted philanthropist Seth Hansraj Morarji and his equally noble and generous wife Bai Kabibai alias Hiravahu. Shri Hansraj Morarji came to Mumbai from his native village in Gujarat and had an ardent desire to eke out a happy living in Mumbai. 

His honesty, sincerity, perseverance, assiduity and dedication helped him in achieving his objective and when he departed for heavenly abode, he bequeathed a large sum of money and considerable immovable property to his wife Bai Kabibai. 

As the couple had no offspring, Bai Kabibai formed a trust with the money and the property bequeathed to her. 

The trust was formed in 1930 in which it was stipulated that it would run a Public School, another school in the residence in the Fort area, some dispensaries and dharamshalas and one sadavrat. 

The Public School materialized in 1939 when Dr. K.M. Munshi, the then Home Minister of Bombay (as Mumbai was then known) and chairman of Bai Kabibai and Hansraj Morarji Charity Trust, secured for the school a large plot of land measuring about 120 acres at Andheri. It is in this school campus that Rajhans Vidyalaya is functioning as a separate institution.							
Principal's Message
						All of us today realize that schooling does not nurture the entire potential of a child. A remarkable performance in school examination need not present a great success in life.
The question that arises here is, do we consider ourselves to be learning centers or examination centers?

Unfortunately in our system, every achievement is based on marks and this itself distorts the basic aim of education. If we balance knowledge and interest against percentage, the scale is tilted towards the latter. Private tution worsens the drudgery of the students. In this juggle between exam and results, we have forgotten the very 'purpose of education’.
“Education is a way of living”. It does not teach you only to read and write but to be a good human being.

We have a sincere responsibility of moulding the future generation. In our rigid system of pencil-paper skills, less privileged, handicapped and students with learning disabilities have no place in the regular stream. They are left to special schools or to fend for themselves.
In Rajhans Vidyalaya we believe in a holistic approach. Inclusive practice is a part of our policy. ‘Inclusive Education ‘, means that all students in school, irrespective of their disabilities in any area, become part of the community. Inclusive means meeting the needs of the children with disabilities for a free and equal education in the least restrictive and most effective environment.

Let us, teachers and parents, sensitize to make school into learning centers which will nurture all individuals who come into its fold.							
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