Brief History

Welcome to Mahar Regiment Public School...

The Mahar Regiment Centre Pre-Primary School Was established in the year 1954 as there was no schooling facility in the close vicinity for the children of its service personnel. Since then the school has progressed in all spheres. It was upgraded to class II in 1978 and to class V in 1982.
The school is currently functioning with a strength of more than 1900 students studying from Nursery to Class XII. It has an excellent track record of imparting quality education to the students and prepares them to assimilate higher education with ease. This is ensured with the help of efficient and dedicated faculty.
However, with a view to meet the growing aspirations of the troops for quality education of their children. the regiment has embarked upon an ambitious project to provide the best-in-the class education to children of the regiment as well as locals of adjoining areas. Mahar Regiment public School is now on a sprawling 24 acres of land in Garhpahra, six miles north of Saugor. The school is situated far from the hustle and bustle of the city life and dwells in a calm and quiet, pollution free atmosphere which is highly conducive for learning. The school is designed to have facilities of international standards, spacious and well-equipped classrooms and laboratories, a rich library, modern hostel, playgrounds, auditorium, swimming pool, etc for the all round development of the children. Our endeavour is to provide state of the art infrastructure and the best teaching faculty and thus make the school an epitome of excellent learning in the whole of Central India.
We believe that education is an interactive partnership involving faculty, students, parents and the society. Through our mutual efforts, our students shall develop the skills and attitude to successfully meet the Let us make this venture successful.

“To leave the world a little bit better, Whether by a healthy child, a garden patch; To know that even one life has breathed Easier because you have lived; This is to have succeeded.”