Tony Marrison rightly said,
“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”
Here’s our budding writer from Grade 2 A, Pratham Pinank Shah.
He wrote his book in collaboration with Bribooks.
We are extremely proud of  Aarya Bhatia of Std VIII Grade who put up a creditable performance at Khelo India Youth Games 2022 held at Bhopal from 7th to 11th Feb’2023. She participated in the under 18 category for freestyle swimming and ranked 11th in the 800m  and 7th in the 1500m events.
She was the youngest Swimmer Birth year 2009 to be selected by SAI ( Sports Authority of India).
Aarya is an example of the grit and determination one must possess to push oneself to raise the bar every time.
The students of grades 4 and 5 participated in the NESISM Junior MUN Conference organized by Skill sphere Education in association with NES International School Mulund on 30th and 31st January 2023. It was a fantastic opportunity for the students to get a head start in their journey of becoming globally responsible citizens. Avni Jayakumar, Kitika Kothari and Jinanshi
Shah of Grade 4 and Ira Khatu, Banaj Bansal and Aaryan Daga of Grade 5 participated as delegates in this 2 day conference.
NESISM Junior MUN enabled the students to experience the rich format of debating, discussion and documentation and resultantly develop critical 21st century skills like Public Speaking, Leadership, Collaboration and Global Awareness.  Avni Jayakumar was awarded with the  ‘Amazing Collaborator’ trophy while the school received the ‘Award of Appreciation’ shield.
#NESInternationalSchool #MUN #Skillsphere #21stcenturyskills

We congratulate Hitika Sharma of grade 8 for being commended for her contribution towards organising a cultural evening for the Central Ordinance Depot, Malad, Indian Army. We feel proud when our students display their independence and responsibility in other spheres besides academics.

Dear students, parents and teachers of RBHS,

It gives me great pleasure in announcing that the first batch of ICSE students of Ramniwas Bajaj English High School has achieved an outstanding result at the examination held in March 2018. Not only do we have a 100 per cent passing rate but each and every student has achieved a distinction scoring over 75 per cent marks. Ayush Kothari has shown remarkable achievement by securing 91.2% per cent marks and others have also done excellently. I congratulate all of you – teachers, parents and students – on this remarkable achievement as this will be the standard that we will expect all our subsequent batches to emulate.

This success is not a matter of chance but an outcome of meticulous planning and hard work. Some of the features of this planning were:

  • Identification of strengths and weaknesses of each student,
  • Subject and chapter-wise individual attention to students
  • Timely completion of the curriculum
  • Adequate practice examinations and additional practice in areas of weakness
  • Extra classes by teachers during study leave
  • Provision of a large volume of practice papers for self study
  • Consistent and personalised support with examination related formalities
  • Creating an environment in which the students felt supported by the entire school community.

This result is an evidence of the determined and consistent support of the management of the Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust and the rest of the school community in achieving academic excellence at RBHS. I am confident that in the years to come our students will scale greater heights.


Nitin Padte

Director of Schools

Rajasthani Sammelan Education Trust


Primary Achievers

  • Aanika Bhatia -Grade 2-State Level and AISM Swimming Champ
  • Aarnav Khatokar-Grade 4 – MSSA Football
  • Akshaj Pillay – Grade 5-Judo Champ
  • Arya Bhatia -Grade 4 – State Level and AISM Swimming Champ
  • Manas Biyani-Grade 4 -MSSA Football-Man of the match
  • Mehek Sheth-Grade 4 -State level Mental & Arithmetic winner[ABACUS]
  • Mohit Mistry – Grade 3 -MSSA Football winner

Secondary Achievers

  • Aanya Talekar – Grade 7-A budding author at RBHS! Her story Chikamagalur Diaries is published in the book ‘Young Storytellers’
  • Anika Dhoot -Grade 6 – School level – Chess Champ
  • Anshika Gorty- Grade 7 – MSSA Football
  • Dishan Sawant – Grade 8 – State level Karate champ
  • Hardik Sharma-Grade 6-School level – Swimming
  • Swarali Bhagwat -Grade 6 – Inter School level – Chess champ
  • Tejoshnanda C – Grade 6 -School level -Swimming champ
  • Vanshika K. and Dhwani Rambhia -Grade 9 – School level – ATHENA

It is said that an achievement award is not the end goal; but rather a symbolic confirmation of the untiring efforts and the potential future success. We are proud of the recognition received by our Principal, Ms Florina Fernandes and look forward to many fruitful learning experiences in her guidance.

Wushu or Kung fu, is a full-contact combat sport. It has a long history in reference to Chinese martial arts and has now become an international sport.

We are very proud of our students Neev Sharma from grade 4 and Daanya Kazim from grade 9 who participated in the District level Wushu competition and secured 1st position at Navi Mumbai on 11th December. We wish our Wushu fighters all the best to represent the country on an international platform in the years to come.