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Lala Raghubir Singh, the founder of Modern School, was born in Delhi on 5th September 1895. His father, Sultan Singh, an enlightened and public spirited citizen had travelled the world and had close friends among other communities. Rai Bahadur Sultan Singh’s home in Kashmiri Gate was an open house for National leaders of the time. Young Raghubir’s education was left in the hands of the highly educated Master Amir Chand and later an Englishman, W. Wenstanley Pearson, on the recommendation of Rev. C.F. Andrews, a professor at St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. The atmosphere in which young Raghubir was raised was a blend of traditional Indian and modern European education. The greatest educationist however was his father, who at every occasion encouraged his son to think about issues concerning women’s education, the Independence of India and the role of enlightened Indians in the future of the country. It was in this environment that young Raghubir conceived an ambition to start a school on large and liberal lines, with fullest scope for development of physical, mental and spiritual faculties, that would prepare Indians to discharge their responsibilities in both the civil and military spheres of national life and fulfill the objective of providing leaders for a yet to be born nation. The Modern School came into existence on 20th October 1920, with six children on the rolls (the numbers swelled up to twelve by the end of the year) at 24 Daryaganj, a nineteenth century family bungalow, with Ms Kamala Bose as its first Principal. Then a day boarding school, with 125 scholars on the rolls, it moved to a new and its present location at Barakhamba Road on 4th January 1933. Growing in strength, year after year, a need arose for expansion and thus the junior wing was moved to Humayun Road and the same formally inaugurated by Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru in October 1961.
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