School Cabinet

Shivaji

Tagore

Ashok

Raman

Cabinet Heads

Miss. Kanak Joshi

School Captain

Mast. Hemank Chopde

School Vice Captain

Shivaji

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj was one of the bravest warrior kings of India. His natural leadership skills were exhibited at a tender age of 16. Shivaji established a royal name for himself in history with his administrative skills by upholding the Swarajya values. Tales of his bravery are countless and stories of his victories innumerable.

Miss. Gargi Keote

Senior House Captain

Miss. Sanvi Deshpande

Senior House Vice Captain

Mast. Aarav Biniwale

Junior House Captain

Mast. Aditya Tiwari

Junior House Vice Captain

Tagore

Rabindranath Tagore’s creative output tells you a lot about this Renaissance man. The variety, quality, and quantity are unbelievable. As a writer, Tagore primarily worked in Bengali, but after his success with Gitanjali, he translated many of his other works into English. In 1913, Rabindranath received the Nobel Prize for literature. He was the first Indian to be so honoured.

Miss. Charvi Keshattiwa

Senior House Captain

Miss. Gauri Satpute

Senior House Vice Captain

Miss. Savi Pise

Junior House Captain

Miss. Nitya Trivedi

Junior Vice House Captain

Ashoka

Emperor Ashoka was the third ruler of Indian Mauryan Empire, the largest ever in the Indian subcontinent and one of the largest empires at its time. He became a model of kingship in Buddhist tradition. He followed the precepts outlined by Lord Buddha. Based on the principles, Ashoka dedicated the practice of Dharma, which became the backbone of his philanthropic and tolerant administration.

Miss. Saanvi Shiras

Senior House Vice Captain

Mast. Prasad Kale

Senior House Captain

Miss. Nrutya Gurve

Junior House Captain

Mast. Vivan Deshpande

Junior House Vice Captain

Raman

Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman, the Indian physicist who made his motherland proud by becoming the first Indian to win the Nobel Prize for the discovery of ‘Raman effect’, was a scientist par excellence. Raman was also honored with the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award, in 1954 in recognition of his invaluable contributions to the field of science.

Miss. Sanjeevani Nagarkar

Senior House Captain

Miss. Diva Bisen

Senior House Vice Captain

Mast. Abir Chauk

Junior House Captain

Miss. Avanya Kale

Junior House Vice Captain