Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls’ School is a renowned educational institution was founded on 4th July 1943 by Her Highness Maharani Gayatri Devi . MGD, as it is affectionately called, the first public school in India for girls, today has a formidable reputation. Located in the heart of the city of Jaipur in Rajasthan, the school attracts pupils from all parts of the country and abroad. It is affiliated to the CBSE while also offering option of Cambridge International Examinations and has a strength of over 2400 Day Scholars and Day Boarders while almost 300 are residing on campus as Boarders. Day Boarding commences from class VI. Boarders are admitted from class I onwards who reside in five aesthetically adorned Boarding Houses for different age groups namely Lillian Hurst, Ashiana, Deepshikha, Maharani Indira Devi Bhawan and Rani Vidya Devi Bhawan. MGD Girls’ School is managed by the MGD Girls’ School Society which functions through a Board of Governors, headed by Maharaj Jai Singh ji of Jaipur. With its motto 'Our Utmost for the Highest', the school strives towards excellence in academic and co- curricular spheres of education, grooming young women to discover their potential and contribute to society as responsible citizens.