Changing the World

Developing social skills and emotional quotient

A Learner’s Paradise

Play is serious learning

JML - Learning in Action

Learning in Action

Creating a culture of curiosity and innovation

JML - Imagination

Giving Rein to Imagination

Igniting a spark and instilling a love for learning

JML - Nurturing Talent

Nurturing Talent

Building grace and confidence

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Knowledge is Adorned By Character

Jasudben M. L. School strives to develop in students a lifelong love for learning, responsible citizenship, and personal integrity. We are a community based on trust, mutual respect, and compassion.

We know that our students will leave the school with commitment to service to others and to environmental stewardship, and with a greater understanding of themseleves and of their responsibilities in a global society.

  • Diversified learning environment
  • Child-centred activities
  • Academics and more

National Awards

Jasudben M. L. School students have won many National and even some International awards in sports such as Throwball, Table Tennis, Swimming and Athletics.


We are Award Partners for the International Award for Young People (Duke of Edinburgh’s Award) which motivates our students to become involved in a balanced programme of voluntary self-development activities.

Many Activities

We believe in a balanced education. We offer many options for activities that the students can pursue - co-curricular as well as extra-curricular.


“Each child has an individuality, a mind, a heart and a body different from another. It should be our effort to create a learning environment in which each individual flowers at his/her own pace and as per his/her own capabilities.Individual excellence and enrichment of their personality should be the objective of education”. In order to take this forward the school should nurture an all-round excellence, beyond the academic dimension, to produce global citizens of tomorrow.”



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Jasudben M.L. School
#JMLschool student Meghana Basrur delivers an interesting poem about the loss of her precious retainer and dreading facing her mother!


My Irritating Retainer

Oh! I lost my retainer again
It makes my teeth and gums ache and pain.
Mum will have to go buy one more
Last time she had sworn,

"I will make you go and search for it"
I promise, she had thrown a fit.
And I was thinking in my mind
I will surely lose my retainer for the second time.

I am scared now to go to her
She will blow up, I am sure
To the dentist she will drag me
And say, "she has lost her retainer again, you see."

Or she may make me go and search in the dumpster
OH! What if I find a monster
or dead bodies that are stinking
I am sure it will set me thinking

'Whose body is it ?', I will wonder
'Was it an accident or murder'
Now let me think about a present
If I tell Mum, I will absolutely repent.

Do you'll face the same problem
With your Mum do you'll squabble
Or do you'll lose your silly retainer
Just because you forgot to put it in its right container.

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Jasudben M.L. School
Jasudben M.L. School
Tashi Takhtani (Class XB) tells us about her elective, #commercialapplication and why its NOT a boring subject!

#jmlschool #elective
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Jasudben M.L. School
Jasudben M.L. School
#JMLSchool student Manthan made a ship for his best out of waste project.

Psst... Do you know it can fly too?

#MoreThanJustMarks #BestOutOfWaste
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#JMLSchool - DIY Ship
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Jasudben M.L. School
Here's Aditya Hariharan, from grade 7, talking about his article posted in the school magazine, "The Queen of The Sky". The article is about the aircraft - the Boeing 747 - which Aditya is a big fan of!

#JMLSchool #MoreThanJustMarks
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Jasudben M.L. School
Jasudben M.L. School
Viraj and Anvayi give us an insight into what it's like being captains of their respective houses and carrying the responsibility on their shoulders.

#JMLSchool #MoreThanJustMarks #StudentCouncil
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Jasudben M.L. School
Jasudben M.L. School
Aditya Manik, from class VIII B, has written a classic poem on the spoils of war, describing a live battlefield with vivid imagery.


The Few Who Slew

A hundred and two with sword and shield,
But those were things that they could wield,
And how they forced a lakh to yield,
A story on the battlefield!

Mighty spears and arrows flew,
Yet their courage grew, and grew,
Many a warrior each one slew,
With sharp and glinty swords they drew.

Colonel Dread couldn't beat the blade,
As he died, "Goodbye," he bade.
His army was too busy to aid,
While there the Colonel laid, slayed.

The army was small, but they were skilled,
They wouldn't lose until they willed.
All members of this fearless guild,
Didn't hesitate before they killed.

Their numbers soon began to wane,
It wasn't long ere all were slain,
That gory war was not in vain
Thus, rose the height of King Paul's reign.

#JMLSchool #MoreThenJustMarks
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#JMLSchool: Aditya Manik recites "The Few Who Slew"


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