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Maheshwari Girls' School, Kolkata : Estd. 1986

Mr. Rajesh Kr. Chandak (Assistant Honorary Secretary)

Honorary Secretary's Message

Mr. Rajesh Kr. Chandak (Honorary Secretary)
I am overwhelmed to be part of Silver Jubilee Function of MGS. I salute to the octogenarian trustees of the Maheshwari Sabha Trust, namely Shri Pannalal Daga, Shri Ramashankar Bagree and Shree Brij Ratan Chandak, who initiated the task of celebrating Silver Jubilee of MGS and got it accompiished in a befitting manner. The Guidance & Support of Shri Sreekumar Bangur, Shri Arun Kothari, Shri Indre Kumar Mohta, Shri Laxmi Narayan Biyani and Shri Balkrishan Das Mundra was instrumental intuming the idea of celebrations into reality. Concept & execution of entire program done by Shri Mukund rathi & Shri Nilmani Rathi, is beyond any praise.
The School, as it stands today, is the result of hard work put in by the Teachers of the School, who were ably supported by the non teaching staff. The real gems of the School-"the Students also had the role to play in bringing the School to its present fame. I am aware of many students of the schools who have excelled in their life and have successful career. I would like to call upon the ex students ofthe school to come forward and join MGS Alumni Association thereby enlarging MGS family and share their experience which will help the future generation.
To be with the present times, many steps have been taken for up gradation of the School and I am sure that the students of the school will benefitted from them. Our endeavour shall always remain for constant & continuous efforts for betterment of the School. I hope introduction of "ANNUAL BOOK" as a parting memento to the students of Class XII, every year, will remain as a tool for remembering the best years of life.


Mrs. Gargi Sengupta (Principal)

Principal's Message

Mrs. Gargi Sengupta (Principal)
You are welcome to be a part of an Institution where each student is encouraged and assisted to gain perfection. Education is a subject of great deliberation. Let's join hands to create a positive transformation in every child. It is only we the teachers & the parents who can make them intellectually strong, soothe their stress & inspire them to become an educated, upright, honest human being. Let the process carry on.


Mission and Vision

The motto of Maheshwari Girls' School is to train the children to face the future with confidence.
The School encourages its students to learn, fulfill their wishes and achieve their dreams.

Mission

To impart comprehensive education based on the rich Indian heritage so that our students grow up to be disciplined , good and loyal citizens of India, with an awakening of love and awareness of moral duty towards their motherland.

Vision

To prepare dynamic and caring citizens who will meet the challenges of a global society while retaining their traditional value inculcating highest standard of Moral and Social values.

Maheshwari Girl's School

A Unit of The Maheshwari Sabha Trust

Our Founder

Maheshwari Girl's School is under the management of the Maheshwari Sabha Trust, Kolkata. The trust was created at the instance of the renowned industrialist & great philanthropist Late G.D.Birla and Sri Ranganath Bangur on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the Maheshwari Sabha, Kolkata.

The Journey - Maheshwari Girls' School ( MGS)

Maheshwari Girls' School started on 26th January, 1986 and is under The Maheshwari Sabha Trust, Kolkata. The school aims to impart multidimensional education catering to the intellectual, social as well as moral development of the students. It endeavours to expand the students' growth horizon by facilitating and encouraging extra curricular abilities.

On the occasion of the opening day of the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of the Maheshwari Sabha on 12th April,1974, Shri Ghanshyamdasji Birla exhorted the Maheshwari Community to take in hand a project to expand educational facilities. The move was strongly supported by Shri Rangnathji Bangur, Shri Pannalalji Daga and others present on the occasion.

In pursuance of this call, "THE MAHESHWARI SABHA TRUST" was formed on 21st Day of June 1974 with an object to provide educational and other social services to the society. The settlers were Shri Ghanshyamdasji Birla and Shri Rangnathji Bangur and the first Trustees of the Trust were:

  1. Shri Lakshmi Niwas Birla
  2. Shri Rang Nath Bangur
  3. Shri Girdhar Das Kothari
  4. Shri Basant Kumar Birla
  5. Shri Madho Das Mundhra
  6. Shri Ghanshyam Das Binani
  7. Shri Panna Lal Daga
Maheshwari Girls School was established in the year 1986 in Kolkata, India by the Maheshwari Sabha Trust under the inspiration of Late Ghanshyam Dasji Birla, Late Rang Nathji Bangur and Shri Pannalalji Daga The School started on 26th January 1986 with Primary Section having classes from I to IV. The journey started in 1986 has reached to a stage where the School has classes from Nursery to Class XII acquiring ICSE affiliation in 1992 followed by upgradation to Class XII with Humanities and Commerce Stream in 1993 and Science Stream in 2001.
The School is a Maheshwari Institution but admits and houses students from all religious denominations, caste and creed. In fact non- Maheshwari students make up a large segment of the school making it a cosmopolitan. Maheshwari Girls School as it stands today is affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations that conducts ICSE and ISC examinations for class 10 and 12 respectively. The academic session of the school is from April to March. Saturday and Sunday are normal weekly holidays.

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The School encourages its students to learn, fulfill their wishes and achieve their dreams.

Objectives

  • Provide quality education.
  • Harness the power of the child's natural curiosity.
  • Prepare the child to meet the present competitive scenario.
  • Ensure overall development of the child.
  • Motivate the child to achieve academic excellence.
  • Impart strong moral values as a part of the curriculum.
  • Active learning methods.
  • Maintain good teacher-pupil rapport.
  • Develop good teacher-parent relation