List of prominent schools in Udaipur

Udaipur city is well known for its majestic beauty and royal history. But not many people know Udaipur city is home to some of the great schools. Every parent wants their child to get into the best school which provide the best education and all-round development.

So, here’s presenting you a list of best schools in Udaipur for the academic year 2017-18.

1. Maharana Mewar Public School-

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maharana mewar public school

Established in 1974, MMPS is located in the heart of the city i.e. City Palace. This is one of the best schools in Udaipur as it holds a great record not only in academics but also in physical education. MMPS is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi. The school is from 6th to 12th grade and offers Science, commerce, and arts as main streams. You should not give a second thought while considering this school for your student.

Facilities: library, hostels, gymnasium, music room, dance rooms, dispensary.

Branches: Maharana Mewar Vidya Mandir, Ambamata temple road.

Address: City Palace Complex, near Jagdish Mandir, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-2419021, 0294-2529880.


 2. St. Paul’s School, Udaipur-

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St. Paul’s School

St. Paul’s School was founded in 1953. Initially the school was only for boys but later on, it became co-educational. The school is famous for its discipline and also engages the students in a variety of co-curricular activities for their intellectual and physical development. Courses offered are science and commerce. The school is currently affiliated with CBSE, New Delhi. The total strength of both boys and girls is 3275.

Every Paulian must read this.

Facilities: library, badminton court, volleyball court, CCTV surveillance.

Address:  St. Paul’s School, Bhopalpura, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Contact: 0294-2526176, 0294-5131018


3. St. Marys Convent Sr. Sec. School (Fatehpura), Udaipur-

St. May’s Fatehpura

One of the oldest school in Udaipur, St. Marys convent school (fatehpura) was established in 1950 with just 12 students. The school runs in a modern building with amnesties and makes learning enjoyable for students. It offers education from class nursery to 12th and is affiliated to CBSE.

If you are a Marian then you can definitely relate to this.

Facilities: library, computer block & science block (under construction), basketball court.

Branches: St. Marys Convent School, Teetadi

Address: new fatehpura, Udaipur (Rajasthan)

Contact: 0294-2419626


4. Delhi Public School, Udaipur-

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Dps Udaipur

DPS is the largest school chain in India. The school opened its branch in the city of lakes in the year 2007. It is a dream school for every student as it provides ample opportunities and exposure required by a student. DPS, Udaipur is affiliated to CBSE and offers streams like Commerce, Science, and Arts.

Facilities: hostel, Swimming pool, dance rooms, music rooms, health check-up.

Address: Bhuwana Pratap nagar Bye-pass, NH-8, Udaipur, 313001.

Contact: 0294-2442903, +919928011961


5. St. Anthony’s Sr. Sec. School (sector-4), Udaipur-

St. Anthony’s sector-4 (left)
goverdhan vilas (right)

St. Anthony’s society was founded in 1980 by Mr. Albin and Mrs. Sybil Dsouza. The school’s name is always in headlines because of dozens of achievements accomplished by students. Anthony’s is affiliated to CBSE and offers Commerce and Science as its main streams. The school is for students from nursery to 12th grade.

Facilities: library, gymnasium, music room.

Branches: St. Anthony’s Sr. Sec. School, Sector-14, Goverdhan Vilas.

Address: 478-480, Sector-4, hiran magri, Udaipur.

Contact: 0294-2462388


 6. Central Academy School, Sardarpura, Udaipur-

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Central Academy, sardarpura

Central Academy School has the largest no. of branches in Udaipur city and the biggest and best of them is the ‘sardarpura’ branch. The school is affiliated to CBSE and classes begin from nursery to 12th standard.

Facilities: library, music room, dance room etc.

Branches: Central Academy Sector-4, Sector-3, Ambamata

Address: 219A, Sardarpura, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Contact: 0294-2526170


7. Ryan International School, Udaipur-

Ryan International

This school is the talk of the town these days. Ryan International established its branch in Udaipur in the year 2012 and aims to implant values such as tolerance, compassion, and integrity in its students. The school offers French as an additional language and is affiliated to CBSE.

Facilities: smart classroom, library, music room, dance room.

Address: Goverdhan vilas, housing board colony, Opposite Rajasthan hospital, Sec-14, hiran magri, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-5138006/08, 0294-2482990/991


8. The Study School, Udaipur-

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The Study School

The best part about The Study School is that it is located far away from the hustle and bustle of the city in the foothills of the Aravalli ranges, near badi lake. The school not only focuses on academic excellence but also on other aspects of life. The schools offer education from class nursery to 12th.

Facilities: 50% classrooms are digitized for smart learning, music room, dance room, football and cricket ground, Athletic tracks, library.

Branches: The Junior Study, SH-50, Ambamata.

Address: Village and post badi, Tehsil girva district, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-2453569,0294-2431825.


9.Seedling Modern Public school, Udaipur-

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Seedling Modern Public School

Seedling school is affiliated to both CBSE, New Delhi and international Cambridge board. In addition to academic facilities, it also provides activities for the overall development of students like fairs where students open up their own stalls.

Facilities: library, smart classes, health and medical care.

Branches: Seedling school nursery branch, Punjawati, bhuwana road, near Celebration Mall.

Address: Pratapura Sapetia, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-5130501, 9928851305.


10. Alok School, Hiran Magri branch, Udaipur-

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Alok School. Sector 11

Alok institution was founded on June 29, 1967. It functions from nursery grade till 12th grade and follows CBSE pattern of teaching. The school has various other branches in and out of Udaipur city.

Facilities: hostel, digital classroom, football ground, swimming pool, library.

Branches: Alok School, fatehpura, and Panchawati.

Address: Hiran Magri, Sector 11, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-2583488, 2489176/177


11. MDS-

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MDS was established in 1996 under Smt. Mohan Devi Somani memorial trust. The School recently made history as a student named ‘Kalpit Veerwal’ scored 360/360 in JEE Mains examination held last year. MDS is famous for fetching extraordinary results from ordinary students. The school has integrated with Resonance and is affiliated to CBSE, New Delhi.

Facilities: Basketball ground, CCTV surveillance, Football ground.

Branches: MDS sector 3, Udaipur.

Address: MDS School, Rebario ka gudda, old RTO road, Dheekli road, Pratap Nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: 0294-2462523, 2462100.


12. CPS (Central Public School)-

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The main focus of CPS is to provide quality education to its students. The school is very advanced in terms of teaching and all-round development of a student. The classes begin from nursery to 12th. The school follows CBSE board pattern.

Facilities: hostels, digital classroom, Music rooms.

Address: New Bhopalpura, Kharakua, Udaipur, 313001.

Contact: 0294-2415641.



13. Rockwoods High School-

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Rockwoods High School is officially the first school to introduce Cambridge international examinations i.e international board in the city of lakes. The school is equipped with all the modern amnesties and it has got some really good reviews.

Facilities: Digital classrooms, badminton court, volleyball court, football ground.

Address: Rockwoods High School, Chitrakoot Nagar, Udaipur, Rajasthan.

Contact: +91 9602771911, 9828331641


14. Heritage Girls School-

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Established in 2014, Heritage girls school as the name suggests is a boarding school only for girls, affiliated to both CBSE, New Delhi and Cambridge International Examination (CIE), United Kingdom. The school has an extraordinary infrastructure and Udaipur is blessed to have this school in the city.

Facilities: Air-conditioned Campus, swimming pool, fitness center, squash, badminton and tennis court, athletic track.

Address: NH-8, EklingJi, Udaipur, 313001

Contact: +91 9414043407, 8209958653.


15. G.D. Goenka International School, Udaipur-

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This list would be incomplete without including G.D Goenka international School. It is a large chain of schools with over 41 branches in India. The school is day-boarding as well as residential and is affiliated to CBSE.

Facilities: Swimming pool, Athletics track, basketball court, horse riding arena, yoga and meditation.

Address: G.D Goenka International School, Fernio ka Gurha Badi, Udaipur.

Contact: +917726009966/67


16. St. Gregorios Sr. Sec. School-


An English medium Co-educational Sr. Secondary School, affiliated to the C.B.S.E. New Delhi, started its journey on 15th January in 1980. It has a total strength of 2995 students, from both primary and secondary classes. The school has a teaching staff of 83 and 35 domestic staff members.

Facilities: Swimming Pool, Dance Rooms, Gymnasium, Music Rooms, Hostels

Address: P.B.No 172, Khara Kuan, New Bhupalpura

Contact: 0294-2413801


This was our list of prominent schools in Udaipur. What do you think? We would love to hear from you.


Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

Back in those days, studying in an ‘only boys’ school had its own charm and for Udaipur, St. Paul’s was THE school to be. Although now a co-ed, St. Paul’s happens to be one of the oldest of schools to be established in Udaipur and has seen generations graduating, studying from the same staff and hence, still remains a popular choice for most of the parents to put their sons into (now daughters too!)

‘Satyam Muktaye’ is what the motto engraved on the wall right above the stage, says and this is what every Paulian carries, in a true sense!

Here’s to reminiscing the best time of our lives :

Cleaning shoes before checking

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

We all remember how scared every student used to be of getting caught before we got in lines to go to our respective classes. Who is ever going to forget the way we used to rub our shoes with our pants in order to clean them so as to not get caught!?? (Raise your hands if you ever got reprimanded because of it!)

PT periods on Saturdays

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

Weekends are meant for relaxation but only a Paulian can relate to this one here. Those first two periods of exhausting exercises that drained us so bad and then going back to the class trying to wipe off the sweat under those age-old ceiling fans!!! Saturdays were tough but equally fun.

Joy of having a free period

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

We returned home happy if we ever got a period free and moreover if the substitution teacher agreed to take us to the ground. Whattay wow feeling, wasn’t it?

School functions were boring until…

Well, let’s agree to disagree, we always waited for that thrilling dance performance on the latest item numbers from our seniors or friends. Those surely sent a shiver down our spine and were, without a doubt, the most awaited part of every function. Also, those drooling faces when the refreshments were distributed at the end of each function. So good!

Santa Claus, Children’s day, School Fete…

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

These were some events every Paulian waited the whole year for! That filmy entry of Santa Claus on a bicycle at the Christmas function; teacher’s dancing to item numbers, the joy of putting up stalls and dressing up with the best of clothes for the one day we were actually allowed to. Our happiness knew no bounds then! Apart from this, Annual day function, St. Paul’s foundation day, Republic and Independence day parades were nothing less than a festival for us.

Those dreadful yellow and red cards

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

Amidst all this happiness, came some moments where some of us got scared to the core; and that was when the teacher caught us red-handed talking or creating some nuisance in the class. Just the mere mention of Yellow/Red card was enough to make us pee in our pants.

The IT hall

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

This was the hub for any kind of extra-curricular activity that was going to be held in school, be it yoga classes, music events, occasional movie screening or any other competition; this huge room was a store to many memories and also a respite from studies as being here meant relaxation for at least a few hours.

Diary notes for you-know-what…

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

And before the red and yellow cards began to be issued, diary notes was the master tool of the teachers! You arrive late to school, you got one; you did not complete your homework, you got one; you forgot to bring your classwork copy; take one more! And the worst part, you had to get them signed by parents to show to the teacher the other day, and you thought getting a note was the scary part?

Rama ki kachori

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

I’ll be committing a sin if I didn’t mention Rama in this article. No story or conversation is complete without the mention of Rama in it. The first person every Paulian went to after the school got over and a haven for students coming to school without lunch boxes. He is a part of every student’s fond memory of St. Paul’s.

Never mess with us!

Things which every St. Paulian can relate to

Well, everyone knows this, Paulians are not to be messed with and are the best at almost everything that they do. We slay!

More power to you!

Gratitude isn’t enough for those who shaped us into what we are today but that is all we can give to our alma mater! Thank you all the teachers, and every member involved in making us who we are today.

The time spent here has undoubtedly been the best time of our lives. There’s truly no end to our memories from school.

Tell us your favorite memories of St. Paul’s. I’d love to read all of them!

Long Live St. Paul’s.

P.S – I’m a Paulian too! 


Central Academy – Best School 2010

Central Academy Udaipur

The Results Of The Online Competition is Out And Central Academy, Udaipur Bags The BEST SCHOOL OF UDAIPUR.

UdaipurBlog Team Congratulates Central Academy Team Lead by Lokesh Motwani who did a Lot of Hard Work to Get Maximum Votes to his School. We Feel That is was Great Response Of Many School Students who Voted Online.

We Would Also Like to Congratulate Other Team. We Will Keep On Conducting Such Fun and Masti Polls , Quizzes Online. With Your Support. 🙂

And The Results Follows:

  1. Central Academy School (27%, 80 Votes)
  2. St. Pauls School (22%, 66 Votes)
  3. St. Anthony’s School (14%, 40 Votes)
  4. Kendriya Vidhyala (13%, 38 Votes)
  5. Alok School (7%, 20 Votes)
  6. St. Mary’s School (4%, 13 Votes)
  7. Other(Please Tell in Comment) (4%, 13 Votes)
  8. St. Gregorious School (3%, 9 Votes)
  9. Maharana Mewar School (3%, 8 Votes)
  10. Delhi Public School (2%, 5 Votes)
  11. The Study (1%, 3 Votes)

Total Voters: 295

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Best School Of Udaipur Competition

Best school of Udaipur

Udaipur Here It Goes, The Competition for the Best School Of Udaipur Online. The First Ever Competition Held Online For and By The Youth Of Udaipur.  The Aim Of This Competition is to Encourage the Youth to Participate in ‘USEFUL’  Online Activities of Udaipur. Rather Than Just Muggling Around On Internet.

Maybe Here is A chance for You All To Show Your Love towards your School And Make It Outshine Online.

Contest Will Starts Today -> 5-08-2010 And Will Be Ending In One Week on 12-08-2010.

So What Are You Waiting For Hit Down The Poll Below For The Best School or Your Own School In Udaipur. ROCK ON!!!!!!