Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

Promoters & Preservers of Sindhyat

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(Late) Ramchand M.Kewalramani


Name (Late) Ramchand M.Kewalramani
Date of Birth : Bhirya, Dist. Nawabshah,
Sind (Pakistan)
Place of Birth : 2-10-1884
Academic Attainments          : B.E. (Civil)
Permanent Residential
Address
: C/o. Sitaram Prakash Higher
Secondary School, Wadala,
Mumbai - 400 031

Telephone Nos. : (R) 91-22-2412 5570
Occupation/ Profession : Retd. Director, Post &
Telegraph Dept.

As Educationists :

Ramchand Kewalramani founded Sitaram Prakash Higher Secondary School, initially at Karachi (Sind) in 1938 (after retirement from Post & Telegraph Dept.)
After partition, he was one of the very few educationists, who restarted the school in Mumbai in the same name,  in Nov. 1947, just to meet the dire need of displaced Sindhi students.
Initially the school started at the rented premises of Robert Norway High School at Grant Road, but in a year or so the School was shifted to its own premises in Wadala, Mumbai.
The school under the able leadership of Ramchand, took rapid strides and today it is one of the best schools in Mumbai with almost 100% results in Higher Secondary examinations.   Ramchand was an able administrator and strict disciplinarian.  His pension money (after retirement from Post & Telegraph Deptt.) was earmarked for upliftment of poor & needy. 

Mental & Physical Development :
Special programmes/ sports are evolved for the mental and  physical development of students.

Missionary Zeal :
Even though  Ramchand expired in 1965, his missionary zeal continues unabted.  His grand son  Prakash, who is now the Managing Trustee, has been in custodian of lofty ideals and standards, set by late  Ramchand.

Additional Information :

i)    Ramchand was a renowned public relation man.  He had developed useful contacts, which helped him in furthering noble cause of education.

ii)   He spent long hours in school to look into the student’s needs, their progress in studies and their family background and acted as their friend, philosopher and guide.



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