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About Saint Paul's Mala Road Kota


Saint Paul's School Kota, was founded in July 1964 by Rev Fr. Benedict Fernandez and Fr. Alfred D'silva, and was recognized in July 1965 by the Education Department of Rajasthan Government. The organization was inaugurated and blessed by Rt. Rev. Leo D’mello,Bishop of Ajmer Jaipur Diocese. The school began with a staff of four teachers and three classes having a total of 32 students. Saint Paul’s got its affiliation from CBSE in May 1967.Saint Paul's School Kota, is one of the many institutions run by the Roman Catholic Diocesan Education Society, Ajmer, in the state of Rajasthan and is entrusted to the Diocesan Fathers.The course of studies are planned to lead up to the All India Senior Secondary School Examination conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.This is an English medium and co-educational institution.

The mission of school is to develop the new generation that matches the challenges of building a strong nation and puts India on the top of the world.The school imparts education to the catholic community around and extends its service to the members of other communities irrespective of caste, creed and religion.This is an English medium and co-educational institution.Saint Paul's Kota completing it’s 50years provides a truly enabling environment to contribute to the holistic development of each student.


Educational Aims of Our School

Saint Paul’s School Kota is one of the many Christian Minority Institutions run by the R.C. Diocesan Education Society. Ajmer in the State of Rajasthan and is entrusted to the Diocesan Father. It is an English Medium co-educational school and is preparing students for the all India Secondary School Examination and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination of the central board of secondary education, New Delhi. It aims primarily at the education of the Catholic community and the preservation of the Catholic Faith, religion and practice. Preference in admission to the school will be give to Catholic children. Admission will, however be open to children of other communities without distinction of caste of creed.

With a view of preserving our Catholic Faith, classes in religion with be conducted and it will be obligatory for Catholic children to attend these classes.

The school provides a sound education designed to fit its students for the world of tomorrow in whatever sphere of activity the may be called to, as also the development of skill and character formation based on the love of God and the service of man as modeled on the Catholic faith.


Our Traditions

In Our school we take pride in the following:
1. To be always friendly with one another in and out of school.
2. To avoid vulgarity in our talk and behavior.
3. To accept whatever work is assigned to us as our rightful share.
4. To offer help to any unattended visitors we happen to meet in the school premises.
5. To rise when any Father, Teacher or visitor enters or passes through any room in which we happen to be.
6. To be courteous and sportsman –like with opposing teams and with officials.
7. To Respect the library and the rights of other students using it.
8. To respect the library and the rights of other student using it.
9. To respect the beauty of the school premises and to pick up any such paper dropped b others.
10. To learn and observe good manners at table and elsewhere.

These traditions are little things in themselves but they cannot be enforced since this would destroy their value. The desire to observe them must come from within and must be genuine; only thus can one’s character be formed.


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