St Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar congratulate the achievers for their spectacular performance in X Class Board examination. We are proud to announce that Ridham Badaya scored 91.8%, Piyush Sharma 91.6%, Dev Tinker 91.6% and Vansh Minglani scored 91.4% marks. We appreciate all the students for their dedication & hard work.We appreciate the efforts of students, teachers and parents for this commendable success.

We congratulate all the achievers for their exceptional performance and wish them success in all their future endeavors. We also extend our heartfelt gratitude to the parents for their constant support and encouragement. We look forward to continuing this journey of excellence with our students and helping them realize their full potential.

St Edmund’s School , Jawahar Nagar is proud to announce that 70 % students scored more than 90% marks in XII Board exams.
In Science Stream Devanshi Khandelwal scored 94.4, Karan Gera 92,Somesh Goel 90.2
In Commerce Stream Chanchal Gabrani scored 94.4,Kanika Khandelwal 94.2,Anushka Arora 91.2.
In Humanities Adhyatm Jagdhari scored 95.2,Annuprerna 90.4,Aliza Ali 89.
We appreciate the efforts of students, teachers and parents for this commendable success.

School Joint Director Dr Pooja Singh and Principal Mrs Anu Bhatia said this result is an outcome of continuous practice, smart studying strategies and staff involvement and guidance.

Congratulations! Parents for their cooperation, Staff members for their dedication and worthy students for their Hard work.

St. Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar in collaboration with World Animal Protection India and the Rang Mastaaney group, organized a public awareness session on the cruelty of elephant rides in the tourism industry.
The session aimed to educate the students on responsible tourism practices and the importance of treating animals with respect and dignity. The organizers highlighted the inhumane treatment of elephants in the tourism industry and urged students to make informed decisions when it comes to supporting such practices.
The students were engaged in interactive sessions, group discussions, and audio-visual presentations that helped to drive home the message of animal welfare and responsible tourism.
The event inspired all students to take action towards creating a better and more compassionate world for all beings.

The workshop on "Capacity building program on Accountancy for Senior Secondary " organized by St. Edmund’s School, Jawahar Nagar, Jaipur was attended by teachers from various institutes.
The workshop aimed to provide a platform for teachers to enhance their knowledge and skills in the field of accountancy. The event was organized with the objective of providing insights into the different aspects of accountancy, including the project of accountancy, and how teachers can deliver better and more comprehensive lessons to their students.
The workshop featured two renowned resource persons, Dr. C B Mishra, Director Principal of Prudence Group of Schools in Delhi, and Mr. JN Mehra, Vice Principal of Lancer's Convent Senior Secondary School, Delhi. Both resource persons shared their vast knowledge and experience in the field of accountancy, providing valuable insights to the participants.
The two-day event featured interactive sessions, group discussions, and hands-on activities that allowed teachers to learn and apply their knowledge practically. The workshop also provided a platform for participants to exchange ideas and share their experiences, creating an engaging and collaborative learning environment. A significant part of the workshop was dedicated to the discussion of the project of accountancy.
Overall, the workshop was a great success, providing participants with a wealth of knowledge and insights into the field of accountancy, particularly on the project of accountancy. The event served as an excellent platform for teachers to develop their skills and enhance their teaching methodologies.

Students from St Edmund's School, Jawahar Nagar and Saint Benoit School France recently joined forces to carry out a community service project at Mahatma Gandhi School in Gandhi Nagar, Jaipur. The project involved creating artwork and contributing girls' toilet cabins to the government school, with support from Mr Rajat Bohara of Round Table India.

This initiative is part of a larger effort by the schools to improve the quality of education and basic facilities in government schools. The students have been working on similar projects for some time now, including at Triveni Nagar RAJKIYA UCH MADHYAMIC SANSKRIT VIDYALAYA, Triveni Nagar.

The project not only contributed to the improvement of the school facilities but also had a positive impact on the students involved. It helped to develop their art skills, promote environmental awareness, and foster sensitivity towards society.