Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ School, the first public school in India for girls, today has a formidable reputation.
The School is located in the heart of the city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, it attracts pupils from all parts of the country and abroad. It is affiliated to the CBSE and has a strength of over 3000 girls of which about 350 are resident on campus.
The School is managed by the MGD Girls’ School Society which functions through a Board of Governors, headed by Rani Vidya Devi of Jaipur.
With its motto 'Our Utmost for the Highest', the school strives towards excellence in academic and co-curricular spheres of education, grooming young women to discover their potential and contribute to society as responsible citizens.
In the words of the Founder, Rajmata Gayatri Devi, “The aim of the institution is to make its pupils cultured and useful members of society. When they enter the world they should be able to take an active interest in the betterment of their homes and community and when they grow up, they should be able to fit themselves usefully into the world of tomorrow.”
Updated on: [September 20, 2018]