Our Educational Institutions are established and managed by the Society of the Mission Sisters of Ajmer, a religious Indian Congregation which belongs to the Christian Minority in India governed by Article30(1) of the Indian Constitution. Established primarily for the children of Christian Minority, it also admits other children on merit, irrespective of caste, creed, race or language, according to the legal norms pertaining to Educational Institutions of Minorities.


Legal Status

The Society of the Mission Sisters of Ajmer is a registered Society, registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1958 [Registration No. 266 dated 1972-73].

The members of this Society belong to a religious group of Indian women known as the Mission Sisters of Ajmer, founded in Ajmer in 1911, to serve the Educational, medical and social needs of the people of India, specially of Rajasthan. For the purpose of easy administration, some of our educational institutions function under separate Registered Societies of our Congregation. Through our life dedicated to God, we, at the service of humanity, render whole-hearted service, working for the upliftment of women and of the society. We not only run schools and colleges and conduct formal and non-formal education in urban and rural area, but are also engaged in the healing and social ministries.