The Scindia School is an Indian boarding school for boys, originally started for princes and nobles of the Marathas and other Royal families by late Maharaja Madho Rao Scindia. The Scindia School since then has evolved into a public school that does not discriminate on the bases of caste. The school campus is situated inside the 100-acre Gwalior Fort in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh and caters to boys aged 11 to... Read More
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To be eligible for admission into grade 6 at The Scindia School (Boys), the child needs to be minimum 11 years old. An application shall need to be made by paying the applicable fee and the child would be required to take an admission test.
|Application Fee:|| |
|Standardized Admission Test:||Yes|
|Date for Admission Test:||November-16|
|ELT Accepted:||Not Required|
|Earliest Entry Grade:||Grade 6|
|Minimum Age at Entry:||11 years old|
|Director of Admissions:||Dr Madhav Deo Saraswat|
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|The Scindia School, Gwalior||St. Thomas Residential School, Thiruvananthapuram|
|Boarding Options||Full Boarding (Residential)||Full Boarding (Residential)|
|Campus Size||100 Acres||32 Acres|
|Funding||Private / Independent||Private / Independent|
|Annual Fees||Click to view|
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