Mahaveer School

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Mahaveer public school is a private school in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. It stands on a 2.68 acre (10,844  m²) plot of land allotted free of cost in 1946 by His Highness Sawai Man Singh II, the last Maharajah of Jaipur State. The school is affiliated with the Board of Secondary Education(CBSE), Rajasthan. The School has three locations.

In 2019, the school, along with other private schools in Jaipur City, was the subject of a protest by parents who were frustrated about fee hikes.[1]



The library has 64,000 books and a research centre on Jainism, in which rare ancient literature is available. Book Bank facilities are available for poor students and special facilities have been created for meritorious and weak students. They are permitted to draw as many books as they need and they are also permitted to purchase books and prepare for examination. The books are repurchased after the examinations. Newspaper and magazines in a reading room are available for teachers and students.

Assembly Hall[edit]

It can accommodate 500 children. The hall has facilities for staging dramas and plays.

Audio/visual room[edit]

The room has LCD, overhead projectors, and a recording system.

Game facilities[edit]


  1. ^ Ayushi (24 April 2019). "Parents protest against fee hike by private schools in Jaipur". Jaipur Stuff. Retrieved 26 September 2023.