Hansraj Morarji Public School is a day cum boarding boys’ school established in 1939. The school is a member of the Indian Public School Conference (IPSC) and believes in creating mature and knowledgeable individuals who can contribute positively to the society. The school aims at developing qualities of leadership with a sense of duty and discipline to authority and commitment to society.
The school is affiliated with SSC Board, Maharashtra and offers classes from Nursery to Class XII.
The 50 acre Hansraj Morarji Public School campus hosts state-of-the-art infrastructure with a green grass top cricket pitch, well equipped laboratories, well stocked library, spacious classrooms, a theater and multipurpose hall, a AV room and a swimming pool.
Hansraj Morarji Public School is an English medium school, affiliated with the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations. It offers education from class I through class X.
The school promotes a host of co-curricular activities such as debates, declamations, elocutions, quizzes, essay and story writing competitions. Sports include Cricket, Football, Basketball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Swimming and Trekking. Boys are encouraged to take part in dramatics to develop self-confidence and to get over stage-fright. Various cultural programmes in English, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi are put up to help boys with varying degree of fluency in one or more of the four languages to discover, display, exploit and develop their histrionic talents.
Mrs. Anjana Prakash
The minimum age for admission is 6 years plus. Candidates are required to write an assessment test for admission into the school; qualified candidates are notified in due course, following which they can confirm their admission by paying the school fees as per the prospectus with 2 days and submit the original school transfer certificate within a week’s time.
For residential students, the school fee is Rs. 70,000 per annum, in case of new admission. For an old student, the fee can be paid in two installments of Rs .36000, each payable by 30th June and 30th November.
A deposit of Rs. 15,000 per semester is to be paid to meet the boy’s personal expenses for toilet articles, text books, stationery, excursions, cinema, special laundry and pocket money.
For Day Boarders, the school fee is Rs. 20,000 per annum for boarding, computer and other facilities payable in one installment at the time of admission in case of new admission. For an existing student, the amount can be paid in two installments of Rs. 10,500 each payable by 30th June and 30th November.
Caution money of Rs. 7,500 needs to be paid both by residential and day boarder students at the time of admission. It is refundable after deducting outstanding dues/charges for damage if any, when the boy leaves the school.
Procedure for payment of fees:
All payments should be made either in cash or by Demand Draft/B.P.O. favouring “BKHMCT Andheri Campus Facility A/c.” payable at Mumbai.
Parents/Guardians are required to collect the bank pay-in-slips from the school accounts office during office hours.
The fee is to be paid in the ‘Indian Bank’ – Bhavans College, situated in the Bhavans College campus.
Boys whose fees are not received within the due date will be charged a fine of Rs. 100 per day.
Hansraj Morarji Public School has been ranked among the top day cum boarding schools in India by the EducationWorld C-fore Survey 2013.
Hansraj Public School offers hostel facilities for boys from class I to class X. The hostel is a two storied building which accommodates five houses for residential scholars. The rooms are well ventilated and have all the necessary amenities and facilities to make the students’ life comfortable.