About School

Sheth Dhanjisha Rustamji Umrigar Memorial School, was founded in June, 1992. It is run by Sheth Dhanjisha Rustamji Umrigar Trust. It has classes from Jr. KG to 12th.

The aim of the school is to mould our children into disciplined and responsible citizens of tomorrow by imparting a sound and a liberal education in a secular atmosphere. The trustees recognize this as their sacred and most important duty and have left no stone unturned in their efforts to discharge the same. Great emphasis is laid on acquiring self-reliance and all round development of a child. So our school includes co-curricular activities, sports activities, celebrating festivals in a secular way, activities relating to safe, clean & green environment.

The institution aims to attain the highest standards of academic achievement and to achieve the same, a staff of trained and dedicated teachers are giving their utmost to get the best out of pupils.

A spacious 4 acre play-ground is provided for pupils to develop their abilities in sports and other outdoor games. We also have at our school a spacious and airy facility of library for reading various types of books to sharpen student’s reading skill.

Thus, a combined effort of the management and staff helps to provide a congenial atmosphere for pupils to persue their goals.

School Timing:

Classes 1 to 8 (other than on Saturday)7:20 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.
Classes 1 to 8 (on Saturday)11:30a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Jr. & Sr. KG (Monday to Friday)
Saturday & Sunday Holiday
8:20 a.m. to 12 noon


  1. Shervin Bavaadam of Std. 6, has won a Bronze Medal in the Under 12 boys group, in the 8th Kudo State Championship.
  2. Dhwani Jariwala of Std. 7, was crowned as Miss Gujarat Princess by the former Beauty Paegeant Miss India Shreya Shah.
  3. Virti Shah of Std. 8, won a Gold Medal for Bharat Natyam at Kalashree.
  4. Swayam Rangoonwala of Std. 8 was awarded the grade of Shodan, in the Japanese Martial Art of Shitoryu Karatedo.
  5. Neel Barapatre of Std. 5, won 2 Gold Medals for Kata Kumute at Sarita Sankul.