Mayo College, Ajmer

Called the Eton of India, set up by the British rulers in 1870 to ensure to the sons of India's aristocracy a "liberal and enlightened education" as part of their political and psychological management of India and Indians, now a premier residential school, prepares boys for class X and XII examinations of the CBSE, offers science, commerce and humanities, has exchange programmes with premier public schools in the UK.

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