Houses

Named after the notable Buddhist philosopher – Nagarjuna (c.150 – c.250 CE)

Nagarjuna and his disciple Aryadeva are considered to be the founders of the Madhyamaka school of Mahayana Buddhism. Scholars believe that Nagarjuna was an advisor to the king Yajna Sri Satakarni of the Satavahana dynasty.

Nagarjuna House believes in striving for the holistic development of its students. We work hard towards being the best in sports and co-curricular activities. We proudly held the Marching Shield for four consecutive years, as well as winning the Over-All Shield consistently.

Mrs. Jhansi L Shekhar
House Mistress

Mr. Sunil Dutt Sharma
House Master

Areeba Alvi
House Captains

Vaibhav Bhogani
House Captains

Famous Alumni From Nagarjuna House

Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy

Asaduddin Owaisi

Akkineni Nagarjuna

Rana Daggubati

Named after the incredible South Indian dynastic empire, based in the Deccan.

The Vijayanagara kingdom was founded by Harihara and Bukka of the Sangama dynasty in 1336. The empire celebrates a strong legacy of monuments spread over South India, most of which are in Hampi. It was a fruitful time in our history with fine arts and literature reaching new heights in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Sanskrit. The economy, too, flourished.

The core value of Vijayanagar House is to strive for excellence in every endeavour. All students are encouraged to express themselves, and participate in inter-house activities.

Dr. Neeta Bisht
House Mistress

Mr. B K Sahu
House Master

Amulya Chouti
House Captains

Tanay Kashyap Shetty
House Captains

Famous Alumni From Vijayanagar House

Harsha Bhogle
Notable Alumni

Venkat Akkineni
Notable Alumni

Shantanu Narayen
Notable Alumni

Karan Bilimoria
Notable Alumni

G Vivekananda
Notable Alumni

Named after the epicentre of learning in Rajgir, Bihar – the Nalanda University

Nalanda University reached its pinnacle of glory when King Harsha was at the throne, despite being founded in the 5th century AD. Scholars from China, Korea, Mongolia and Ceylon travelled for months to study at Nalanda. It was a monument to learning, with wide imposing architecture and spacious classrooms & living areas.

Driven by altruism and joy, Nalanda House aims to replicate the glorious time of learning at its namesake.

Mrs. Meera
House Mistress

Mr. N. Bharath
House Master

Siri Prashasya
House Captains

Garv Jain
House Captains

Famous Alumni From Nalanda House

Satya Nadella

M. M. Pallam Raju

Vishweshwar Reddy

Named after the world’s first university – Takshashila University. Established circa 800BCE, the university was located in North-Western (then) India – now Pakistan. A wide range of subjects were taught at Takshashila, for example, Futurology, Astrology, Warfare, Philosophy, Agriculture and Dance. Students from Greece, Syria and China flocked to the university to study from the distinguished panel of masters, which consisted of Kautilya, Panini, Jivak and Vishnu Sharma.

Taxila, the Green house, aims to embody the wisdom and the multi-faceted learning that took place at its namesake university.

T. Vijayalakshmi
House Mistress

Mr. O Ram Mohan
House Master

Aahlad PV
House Captain

Famous Alumni From Taxila House

Madhu Mantena Varma
Notable Alumni

Akbaruddin Owaisi
Notable Alumni

Nagarjuna

Named after the notable Buddhist philosopher – Nagarjuna (c.150 – c.250 CE)

Nagarjuna and his disciple Aryadeva are considered to be the founders of the Madhyamaka school of Mahayana Buddhism. Scholars believe that Nagarjuna was an advisor to the king Yajna Sri Satakarni of the Satavahana dynasty.

Nagarjuna House believes in striving for the holistic development of its students. We work hard towards being the best in sports and co-curricular activities. We proudly held the Marching Shield for four consecutive years, as well as winning the Over-All Shield consistently.

Mrs. Jhansi L Shekhar
House Mistress

Mr. Sunil Dutt Sharma
House Master

Areeba Alvi
House Captains

Vaibhav Bhogani
House Captains

Famous Alumni From Nagarjuna House

Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy

Asaduddin Owaisi

Akkineni Nagarjuna

Rana Daggubati

Syed Akbaruddin

Vijayanagar

Named after the incredible South Indian dynastic empire, based in the Deccan.

The Vijayanagara kingdom was founded by Harihara and Bukka of the Sangama dynasty in 1336. The empire celebrates a strong legacy of monuments spread over South India, most of which are in Hampi. It was a fruitful time in our history with fine arts and literature reaching new heights in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Sanskrit. The economy, too, flourished.

The core value of Vijayanagar House is to strive for excellence in every endeavour. All students are encouraged to express themselves, and participate in inter-house activities.

Famous Alumni From Vijayanagar House

Harsha Bhogle
Notable Alumni

Venkat Akkineni
Notable Alumni

Shantanu Narayen
Notable Alumni

Karan Bilimoria
Notable Alumni

G Vivekananda
Notable Alumni

Nalanda

Named after the epicentre of learning in Rajgir, Bihar – the Nalanda University

Nalanda University reached its pinnacle of glory when King Harsha was at the throne, despite being founded in the 5th century AD. Scholars from China, Korea, Mongolia and Ceylon travelled for months to study at Nalanda. It was a monument to learning, with wide imposing architecture and spacious classrooms & living areas.

Driven by altruism and joy, Nalanda House aims to replicate the glorious time of learning at its namesake.

Famous Alumni From Nalanda House

Satya Nadella

M. M. Pallam Raju

Vishweshwar Reddy

Taxila

Named after the world’s first university – Takshashila University. Established circa 800BCE, the university was located in North-Western (then) India – now Pakistan. A wide range of subjects were taught at Takshashila, for example, Futurology, Astrology, Warfare, Philosophy, Agriculture and Dance. Students from Greece, Syria and China flocked to the university to study from the distinguished panel of masters, which consisted of Kautilya, Panini, Jivak and Vishnu Sharma.

Taxila, the Green house, aims to embody the wisdom and the multi-faceted learning that took place at its namesake university.

Famous Alumni From Taxila House

Madhu Mantena Varma
Notable Alumni

Akbaruddin Owaisi
Notable Alumni