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Seth MR Jaipuria School Gomti Nagar Lucknow




Co-ed Day School




Promoted in 1992 by Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria in memory of his father Padmabhushan Seth Mungtu Ram Jaipuria, Seth MR Jaipuria School, Lucknow is a nationally reputed K-12 institution that envisions to become “a school of conscious transformation that offers a wide variety of activities that cater to every child’s interests and help each child in his/her journey to find his/her purpose in life.”

Affiliated with CISCE (New Delhi), the school strives to “prepare children who have the courage and heroism to demand from themselves tireless labour and inner discipline directed towards self-control and self-mastery.”

Rooted in the principles and teachings of Sri Aurobindo, education at Seth MR Jaipuria School is designed to unravel the hidden potential within children and align them with their inner, higher self, so they may consciously and willingly start transforming their outer self.


The school’s sprawling 9.7 acre campus hosts state-of-the-art infrastructure to enable the holistic development of children. Academic facilities include 130 spacious and well-furnished classrooms, 80 IT enabled learning rooms, 6 well-equipped Science labs, 3 hi-tech computer labs, 2 Maths Mindspark labs and a Research lab.

The school’s impressive sports infrastructure includes a large playground and athetics track, a cricket pitch, a swimming pool, well-maintained courts for badminton and basketball, and facilities  for martial arts, taekwondo and yoga, among other sports.

Besides, the school houses well designed spaces for children’s vital development including rooms for art & craft, fine arts, music and dance.


Affiliated with CISCE, New Delhi, the school caters to the varied learning needs of children from playgroup through class XII.

The school’s pedagogy is based on the principles of Integral Education and Marzano’s taxonomy that help the child develop scholastic as well as co-scholastic and behavioural skills, thus enabling well-rounded development of the child.

Keeping different learning styles in mind, the school uses multiple intelligences approach to help the child manage his learning and value his strengths. The school also follows a project method approach based on Integral Education wherein the child is given the freedom to choose the topic to be researched upon and the freedom of learning style and presentation or expression.

The school offers a learning experience that bridges the knowledge-action gap, links children to hands-on experiences, promotes learning by doing with understanding, actively engages students in questioning, critical thinking and thought-provoking activities, develops a deeper understanding of the content, imparts life skills to ensure success in life and apply learning to new concepts. The active learning environment helps the child develop the art of hypothesis, questioning and analysis. The child learns to imagine and develop creative mental faculty through activities like visualisation, observation, illustration and expression.

Sports & Co-curricular education

Seth MR Jaipuria School offers a wide array of extracurricular activities to foster the physical, creative and artistic development of its students.

Physical Development – Track and field events, team sports such as cricket, football, hockey and basketball, badminton, carrom. Students can also pursue swimming, martial arts, taekwondo and yoga.

Vital Development – Art & craft, candle-making, pottery and clay modeling, fabric & glass painting, needle work & metal work, Indian & western music, Bharatnatyam, Kathak & folk dance and photography.

Mental Development – Chess, debating, creative writing (English & Hindi), elocution, dramatics, poetry, book and reading clubs, MindSpark and NimbleQ, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotech, Math and Computer clubs.

Spiritual Development – Gita Group and Spiritual Retreat.

Head of Institute

Promini Chopra

General Information

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9.72 acres
Internet Wi-Fi
Athletics, gymnastics, chess, skating, cricket, football and basketball,


The minimum age as on 1st April of the session:

Playgroup: 2.5 years to 3.5 years

LKG: 3.5 years to 5 years

UKG: 4.5 years to 6 years

Children are admitted after an interaction with the parents and child.

For grades 2 to 9 and 11 – T.C. of previous school, report card of previous two years.

Child needs to qualify the written test.

After the written test interview of parents and children is conducted.


Minimum: Playgroup – INR 58,112/- (Annual), Admission fee INR 25,000/- at the time of new admission only).

Maximum: Class 11 & 12 – INR 1,17,852/- (Annual), Admission fee INR 30,000/- at the time of new admission only).

Registration Fee –INR 3000/-




ICSE 2020 –  Abhinav Srivastav  99.2%

ISC 2020 –  Yusra Basit    99.5%


Class 10 – 90.58%

Class 12 – 87.9%


ICSE 2019 –  Shresth Bindal  99%

                       City Rank – 3rd

ISC 2019 –  Madhav Agarwal & Shivika Singh  99.25%

                       City Rank – 3rd

                      All India Rank – 4th


Class 10 – 87.77%

Class 12 – 84.83%


Sports and other outdoor activities (District / State / National / International representation)

District (Zonal)

At the CISCE Zonal Kho-Kho Tournament held at LPC Vrindavan Yojna Lucknow from April 22-27, the school team emerged runners-up.

CISCE Zonal Hockey Tournament held at Seth M.R Jaipuria School Gomtinagar on May 8-9, 2019

Winner in under 17 boys & under 19 boys catogery

14 students were selected for the regional tournament

At the CISCE Zonal Athletic Meet held at Seth R  Jaipuria School Gomtinagar from August 1-3, 2019, the school team bagged:

    1. Gold- 35
    2. Silver- 22
    3. Bronze- 21

CISCE Zonal Table Tennis Tournament 2019 held at Agnes Loreto College on July 28-29, 2019, the school team reached quarter finals and two students were selected for the regional tournament

State (Regional)

At the CISCE Regional Hockey Tournament held at Sports College Dehradun by St. George College Mussoorie on August 4, 2019, the school team emerged runners-up and 4 students were selected for the CISCE National Hockey Tournament.

At the CISCE Regional Athletic Meet 2019 held at P.A.C Ground, Mahanagar, Lucknow from September 2-4, 2019, the school bagged:

    1. Gold- 6
    2. Silver- 4
    3. Bronze- 2


At the CISCE Under 14 National Cricket Tournament held at Jaipur from October 16-19, 2019, the school’s UP/UK team emerged winner.

At the CISCE National Hockey Tournament held at Ispat Hockey Stadium Raurkela Odisha in September 2019, the school’s UP/UK team emerged runners-up.

CSR (Community Service)

  • Tree plantation drive — 8,000 saplings planted by Jaipurians.
  • Supporting free education of 360 children in Navsrijan, a school for the underserved children. Education is imparted in English in the school and curriculum is similar to Jaipuria school


* Second position in Crescendo dance competition 2019

* Third position in Crescendo dance competition (Nav Srijan) 2019

 * Third position in Canzonetta (Fusion Dance) organised by Mount Carmel School in 2019


At the Bharat Vikas Parishad competition (regional level), the school bagged first prize for Hindi Desgaan classical composition, Sanskrit Desgaan classical composition and folk song.

At the Bharat Vikas Parishad (state level) competition, the school bagged first prize for Hindi Desgaan classical composition and folk song.

At Ittihas competition (state level), the school bagged first prize for colour song.


CMSMUN Aliganj – (April, 2019)

Best School Delegation

Shresth Bindal- Special Mention

Devansh Murarka- Special Mention

Aishnai Singh- Special Mention

Divya Srivastav- Special Mention

Atindro Choudhary- Special Mention

Anshika Suryavansh- Special Mention

Jatin Kasaudhan- Special Mention

Aman Sharma- Special Mention

Dhruv Singh- High Commendation 1

Afshan Anjum- High Commendation

Manas Sainath- High Commendation

Shashwat Agrawal – Best Delegate

SAJMUN Kanpur – (April, 2019)

Best School Delegation

Shresth Bindal – Verbal Mention

Vishwesh Tiwari – Verbal Mention

Nikhil Dulani- Verbal Mention

Ambuja Sharma – Special Mention

Divya Srivastava – Special Mention

Atindro Roy Chowdhury – High Commendation

Flora dixit – High Commendation

BVC MUN  – 2019 [Bhavans Vidyalaya- Chandigarh]

  • Atindro Roy Chaudhury won the High Commendation award in the International Labour

Organisation (ILO).

  • Dhruv Singh won the High Commendation award in the Bretton Woods Conference


  • Shashwat Agrawal won the High Commendation award in the North Eastern Council


  • Aman Sharma won the Special Mention award in the United Nations General Assembly


  • Sarthak Agarwal won the Honourable Mention award in the United Nations Development

Program (UNDP).

  • Bhavya Mishra won the Honourable Mention award in the International Law Commission


Sania Bhargava – Special Mention

Akshat Raj – Verbal Mention


At the PSYCH-ED national psychology quiz organised by Dr. Sameer Parikh (Director Department of Mental Health and Behavioral Sciences, Fortis Healthcare) in which 4,000 teams participated, Seth MR Jaipuria School emerged second runners up. Students got a cash prize of Rs 15,000/-


Class 12 – Round 2 results (All India level). Aniket Chauhan secured 2nd rank (cash prize of Rs.3500). Sarthak Rastogi secured 34th rank.


  • Arushi Somani secured placement in University of Berkeley (Computer Science)
  • Madhav Agarwal and Pratul Chaturvedi bagged 100 percent scholarship at Ashoka University
  • Aniket Chauhan – NALSAR Hyderabad (LLB)
  • Yash Verma – IIT Bhubaneshwar (Rank 7182)

Achievements of the school across grades

Primary School (Grades 1 – 4)

Artwork on NASA website, October 2020

  • Paridhi Yadav (Ukg) participated in the Space Place Art Challenge hosted by NASA; her artwork was featured for the month of October on the Nasa Space Place website.

Pinnacle Inter-School Competition, October 2020 

The Inter-school event organized by Cygnus World School saw participation from various schools across India.

  • In the event Rhyme and Rhythm, there were a total of 150 participants and our students won both in English and Hindi rounds. The first prize in English recitation went to Ishnoor Kaur Anand(2G) and the second prize was bagged by Ilma Touba Kidwai(2E). Swastik Verma(2D) stood first in the Hindi recitation whereas Geet Saran (2G) came in second.
  • In the event 90 Seconds to Fame, our student Medhansh Ojha of Class 3 bagged the third prize; there were a total of 150 participants for the said event.
  • In the Story-telling event, Ishita Tandon of Class 4D was awarded the second position and Anne Swami of Class 4A came in third.
  1. Notable Achievements:
  • Atharva Kushwaha made it to the top 500 out of 2 lakh participants across the country in a model making competition organized by the Indian Space Research Organization.
  • Rayyan Rashad Kidwai achieved an All India Rank of 21 in the Scholastic Writing Awards

Middle School (Grades 5 – 8)

Bhavani Bharati Sanskrit Inter-School Competition, December 2020

  • SMRJ secured second place among 28 competing schools. There were a total of 108 contenders from different parts of the country such as Lucknow, Kanpur, Barabanki, Babatpur, Kolkota, Hyderabad etc.

Senior School (Grades 9 – 12)

Khaitan MUN Global Thinkers Conclave, November 2020:

The Khaitan MUN Global Thinkers Conclave, 2020 saw participation from schools from many countries such Myanmar, Morocco, Nepal, Russia, UAE and India.

  • Sania Bhargava and her role-play as the education minister of India, Dr. Ramesh Pookhriyal in the committee on online education and newer practices in schooling made her win the award for the Best Delegate.
  • Krishna Agarwal and his portrayal of Javed Akhtar in the committee on Protests, Public Expression & Cultures of Dissent made him win the High Commendation Award.

Notable Achievements

  • Riya Mishra bagged the second place in an inter-school GK quiz organized by SDSN Public School, with a score of 93%.
  • Sania Bhargava won the 3rd prize in National Level Declamation Competition – Speakathon Abhivyakti, April 2020. Won the 2nd prize in UP Sainik School poetry – writing competition in August 2020.
  • Ridhi Kalra won the first prize in an essay – writing competition organized by the Nawab Wajid Ali Shah Zoological Garden
  • Tashbeeb Jafar won the first prize in the inter-school Hindi elocution competition organized by UP Sainik School.

Blitz, December 2020:

The inter-school competition hosted by Mount Carmel College had a number of events in which our school students participated and won in:

  • Groove Theory – Sonakshi Maheshwari in 1st place
  • Tag – Shikhar Maheshwari in 1st place
  • Word Weavers – Advika Palakshi Sinha in 1st place
  • Homes – Sanvie Singhal in 1st place
  • So you think you can dub – Sania Bhargava in 2nd place
  • Zendoodling – Vidushi Mishra in 2nd place
  • Quizzard – Shreshth Bindal in 2nd place
  • Impulse – Sania Bhargava in 2nd place
  • Tale Rail – Sanvie Singhal & Riya Mishra in 3rd place

Mridang, December 2020:

From its conception to its promotion to its execution, the entire fest was handled by Jaipuria students under the guidance of the Music & Dance department teachers. The event focused on student’s expressing themselves through music and dance, with a number of sub-events catering to all age groups:

  • Liberation through Expression – Group Dance
  • Raagon ke Rann – Group singing on Indian Classical Music
  • Sarangini – Group singing on Bollywood Music
  • Navras – Dance drama
  • Make it Your Own – Solo singing on Western Music
  • Alfaaz – Duet singing
  • Rhapsody – Solo instrumental

Itihaas Anveshan Competition, September 2020

  • 500 teams across the country participated in a unique online competition. Our school students chose the theme Clap for Nature and wrote a beautiful song on it. The school stood first and the winning team included: Advaya Chakravarty, Aaditri  Singh and Raghav Kesarwani of Class 7, Anuradha Giri, Shashwat Vikram Singh, Sarthak  Mishra and Nandini Roy Chowdhury of Class 9.
  • Bharat Vikas Parishad Music Competition, September 2020

The music competition was conducted by the Poorvi Shakha of Bharat Vikas Parishad. The competition was based on singing Patriotic songs and submitting video entries of the same. The school won the following accolades:

  • Junior School – Sarthak Mishra of Class 7 – 1st position, Shivani Chandravansi of Class 8 and Aaditri Singh of Class 7 – 2nd position and Shefali Srivastav of Class  8 – 3rd position  
  • Senior School- Anuradha Giri of Class 9 – 1st position and Manvi Singh of Class 10 – 2nd position

Crescendo, August 2020

The Inter-Jaipuria cultural fest, Crescendo, in its third edition was conducted entirely online with the theme being ‘Parivartan’ or Change. The multi-school, multi-city competition had a number of events in the fields of education, drama, performing arts and art & craft.

  • Winners of Meastro Category
  • Winners of Legends Category
  • First-runner up

Nacho Dil Se, June 2020

The school participated in an international dance competition organized by Nrityam Dance School, Hisar. More than 300 participants from India as well as 6 participants from Sri Lanka were a part of this unique online competition. The school won the following accolades:

  • Misha Singh – 2nd in Group A
  • Pawni Kesarwani – 1st in Group B
  • Anushrita Ghosh – 3rd in Group B
Young Authors in the making
Two students – Priyamvada Singh of 10A and Manya Vats of 12A have participated in the Scholastic – Quill Club Writers’ guided writing and publishing programme, ‘Write Now’, that identifies aspiring, talented writers from across the country, through a 2-step selection process; provides mentorship and moulds them into published authors. Priyamvada’s story, titled ‘What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’ has been included in an anthology called Golden Light whereas Manya’s story True Colors has been published in the anthology, Inky Blue. 
Students of Seth MR Jaipuria School Lucknow participated in the Spring Fest, an interschool event organised by Spring Dale College, Lucknow held on 29 & 30 October 2021 and following competitions:
  • Kartik Agarwal, Class 6 came 1st in Hyper Nova Lit (Story on Scratch Software)
  • Sarthak Mishra, Class 8- 1st in Monologue Level 1
  • Manya Panjwani, Class 11- 1st in VLOG Creation
  • Kartikey Singh, Class 12- 1st in Innovation for Sustainable Development
  • Yasar Alavi, Class 6- 3rd in LARP (Live-Action-Role play)

The Pinnacle 2021, organised by Cygnus World School, Vadodara in the month of October.

1) Event: Wrapped in Melody – Shortlisted as one of the top 6 Finalists

  • Rabindro Banerjee, Class 8
  • Kajal Jaiswal, Class 9


2) Event: Catch Me Live – Shortlisted as one of the top 6 Finalists

  • Jayesh Khare, Class 11


3) Event: Once upon a Twist – 2nd Position

  • Janya Chhugani, Class 4


4)  Event: Talent Hunt – 2nd Position

  • Gunasree, Class 3


5)  Event: Characters come Alive – 3rd Position

  • Advika Srivastava, Class 1

6) Event: Get Creative with Cutlery- 1st Position

  • Ashwini Prajapati, Teacher


Goenkan Grandeur 2021-

The Annual Cultural Festival was conducted on 28th & 29th October by G D Goenka Public School, Ghaziabad with more than fifty schools across the country and abroad competing.


Online Events



Reona Sinha – Magnificent



Sanghmitra Srivastava – Outstanding



Siddhi Pandey – Challengers



Sarthak Misra – Challengers



Yoshita Rai – Challengers



Divyanshi Pal – Magnificent



Aryan Patni – Challengers



Adwit Pratap Singh – Impressive



Satvik Mishra – Impressive


Offline Events


1) Expressions

Abhivyakti Shukla – Outstanding


2) Kodachrome

Saksham Upadhyay – Outstanding


3) Sursangam

Sheffali Srivastava – Outstanding


4) Geller in me

Divyanshi Srivastava – Magnificent


5) Yogabhyas

Mushkan Yadav – Impressive


6) Synergy

Pramiti Singh – Impressive


7) Platter

Gayatri Chopra – Impressive


8) Showreel

Yaser Ali Shaikh – Challengers


Being a day school, Seth MR Jaipuria School, Lucknow does not provide accommodation facility.


EW Ranking

Total Score: 1193


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