A very significant land In 1987 the Bhoomi Pujan including laying of the foundation stone was held and construction work started on a war footing. The admission process began as well as recruitment of staff.
A mark in the history of Mayo College was the resolution of the General Council and the Board of Governors to start an exclusive, residential school for girls on the 46 acre field, used earlier as the Polo Ground and later as playing ground and a farmland.
Known today as the ‘sister school ‘ of Mayo College, the school strives to meet the vision envisaged by the founders.
Most respected schools survey - Education World
The Human Development Magazine with the help of India’s Premier Market Research Agency C-fore conducted the ‘India’s Most Respected Schools Survey’, evaluating the relative of the country’s most well – known Boarding Schools of the country. The survey enabled them to measure the progress of the country’s 400 plus Best School. The public assessed the performance of these Schools on 12 parameters of education excellence and ranked separately. Out of the 12 parameters of excellence, Mayo College Girls’ School is ranked FIRST in the following categories:
In academic reputation we secured SECOND POSITION, Value of Money, Individual Attention to Students THIRD (in both categories) and in Sports EducationFOURTH.In the league table the Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer ranked SECOND at all India level and FIRST as a BEST BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS in the country. The survey was conducted in four regions (east, west, north and south India) on 12 parameters of education excellence, viz, academic reputation, co-curricular and sports education, competence of faculty, individual attention to students, value for money, institutional leadership, infrastructure provision, parental involvement, quality of alumni, institutional integrity and admissions transparency.
Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer has also been valued to the top of the traditional boarding school this year.
This School provides a unique opportunity for all round education. It has the security of the rich Mayo tradition and an ethos conducive to developing each child's potential to the fulles