List of Mayoites


List of Mayoites

Alumni of Mayo College and now Mayo College Girls School are often referred to as Old Mayoites, they include statesmen, writers, athletes, businesspersons, and diplomats. Well-known Mayoites include, in no particular order:

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Media and journalism

Royalty

  • HH Maharaja Hari Singh of Jammu & Kashmir: The last ruler of J & K (father of Dr. Karan Singh)
  • HH Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur, ace polo player, Indian Ambassador to Spain,(married Maharani Gayatri Devi)
  • Prince Jagat Singh of Jaipur: Son of Sawai Man Singh and Gayatri Devi. Schooled at Mayo and at the Harrow School.
  • HH Maharaja Ganga Singh of Bikaner
  • Maharajkumar of Vizianagram: Cricketer and politician. Educated at Mayo College and at Haileybury and Imperial Service College. Was knighted though renounced his knighthood after India gained her independence.
  • HH Maharaja Rajendra Singh of Rajpipla, polo player, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
  • Maharaj Kumar Pramod Singh of Rajpipla (MA, Cantab), member of the Indian Administrative Service, polo player, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
  • Maharaj Nagendra Singh of Dungarpur, born 18 March 1914, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and Cambridge University, England. He obtained his Doctorate in Law from the same university and joined the Indian Civil Service (ICS). Appointed a Judge and later became the Chief Justice of the International Court of Justice, The Hague.
  • Maharaj Kumar Indrajeet Singh of Rajpipla, polo player, ace shooter, painter, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
  • HH Maharao Shri Bhim Singh II: Honorary Brigadier in the Indian Army and also Honorary Colonel of the 17 Poona Horse. During the Second World War he was a member of the Viceroy's War Council. Up-Rajpramukh of Rajasthan State 1948/1956. He has also served as India's alternate delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 1956
  • HH Maharana Mahendra Singh of Udaipur (Mewar Dynasty)
  • HH Rana Arvind Singh of Udaipur (Mewar Dynasty)
  • Kirit Bikram Deb Burman: Erstwhile Maharaja of Tripura. The second-oldest lineage in the world after the Mikados of Japan[citation needed]
  • HH Maharaja Prem Singh of Chamba
  • Maharaja Sir Vikram Singhji K. C. I. E.
  • HH Maharao Brijraj Singh of Kotah
  • Prince Shivraj Singh of Marwar-Jodhpur. The Royal Family of Jodhpur can trace its lineage back to 1226 A.D.
  • HH Maharaja Jitendra Singh of Alwar
  • Princess Shruti of Nepal
  • HH Said Bin Taimur: The twelfth Sultan of Oman
  • Fahr Bin Taimur of Oman
  • HH Brajraj Singh of Kishengarh;
  • Habeeb Mustafa of Hyderabad

Politicians

  • Jaswant Singh Finance Minister of India (1996 & 2004), External Affairs Minister of India (1998–2002) & Minister of Defence for India
  • K. Natwar Singh: (Cantab., Indian Foreign Service,Member of Parliament, Padma Bhushan.Served as Ambassador to Pakistan and as Minister of External Affairs
  • Lt Gen (Retd) Ajai Singh, PVSM, AVSM: Governor of Assam
  • Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo: Former Chief Minister of Orissa
  • Deepender Singh Huda: Member of Parliament, Rohtak.
  • Nawab Aimanuddin Khan: Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
  • Dalip Singh Judeo: Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha
  • Sumayal S. Shrestha: voting member of Constituent Assembly, Federal Republic of Nepal, daughter of Shrimati Kohinoor S. Shrestha
  • Jitendra Singh AICC Secy & Maharaja of Alwar
  • V.P. Singh: Member of Parliament, Rajya
  • h.h. maharaja bhanu prakash singh of narsinghgarh-former governor of goa,former union minister.
  • h.h.maharaja vikram singh ji of narsinghgarh.

Diplomats

  • K. Natwar Singh: (Cantab., Indian Foreign Service,Member of Parliament, Padma Bhushan.Served as Ambassador to Pakistan and as Minister of External Affairs
  • Gurjit Singh: Ambassador to to Ethiopia and Djibouti , Permanent Representative of India to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Additional Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs. He has been associated with the implementation of India’s Africa Policy culminating in the successful India-Africa Summit in May 2011 in Addis Ababa.
  • Jitendra Daulat Singh: Former Ambassador to Norway
  • Inderjeet Singh Masuda: Ambassador to Morocco
  • Raja Narendra Singh of Sarila, Cantab.: Wrote a book titled "The Shadow of the Great Game, Untold Story of India's Partition" which throws light on some aspects of the partition not known earlier. Has also recently published his autobiography entitled "Once a Prince of Sarila". He has served as the ADC to Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Governor General of India, was India's Ambassador to Spain, Brazil, Libya, Switzerland and France. On retirement, he served as Chairman Emeritus of Nestle India.[3]
  • Sanjay Singh Ambassador to Iran;

Civil servants

  • Ravindra Nath Mathur: Director General of Police (IPS 1973), Assam - Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service
  • Ajay Vikram Singh Bagsuri: Secretary of Defence, Govt of India.
  • Ashok Pal Singh (Batch of 1976) is a Joint Secretary, Government of India. (Indian Postal Services)
  • K.C. Verma, Secretary (Security), Government of India. Served as Director General, Narcotics Control Bureau
  • Naresh Dayal: Additional Secy, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Delhi.
  • Probir Sen: Director, India International Centre, Member of the Indian Administrative Service. Served as Principal Secretary, Commerce & Industry in the Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, former Chairman & Managing Director of Air India & Indian Airlines
  • S.R. Mohanty: Member, Indian Administrative Service, Managing Director, Industrial Development Corporation of Madhya Pradesh
  • Abhimanyu Singh, IAS, India's Representative to UNESCO - Beijing.
  • Nivedita Kukreti,IPS,(batch of 1998)

Economists

Conservationists

  • Dr Bentval Ravindra Prabhu: Awarded the Queen's Award for Forestry by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace
  • Vikram Najappa: Naturalist
  • VP Singh Badnore: Member of Parliament. Chairman of the Task Force on Forest & Wildlife Management by the Govt of Rajasthan. He has recently put in a very comprehensive report on the revival of Sariska which also deals with the saving and protection of tigers in Rajasthan. He has recently been given the position of the Chairman of the Steering Committee to implement the report.

Writers

  • Vikram Chandra: Author. Wrote Red Earth & Pouring Rain (winner of the Commonwealth Writers Prize for Best First Book, and the David Higham Prize for Fiction), Sacred Games, etc. (Senior Lecturer in English at the University of California Berkeley[4]
  • Indra Sinha, Cantab.: Author, Animal's People, short-listed for the 2007 Man Booker Prize for Fiction, and Winner of 2008 Commonwealth Writers Prize for Europe and South Asia; The Death of Mr Love; The Cybergypsies (non-fiction); Tantra (non-fiction); Kama Sutra (Translation)
  • Sudeep Chakravarti: Author of Tin Fish, a novel set in Mayo College,[5] and an important non-fiction work Red Sun: Travels in Naxalite Country
  • Raja Narendra Singh of Sarila, Cantab.: Wrote a book titled "The Shadow of the Great Game, Untold Story of India's Partition" which throws light on some aspects of the partition not known earlier. Has also recently published his autobiography entitled "Once a Prince of Sarila". He has served as the ADC to Lord Mountbatten of Burma, Governor General of India, was India's Ambassador to Spain, Brazil, Libya, Switzerland and France. On retirement, he served as Chairman Emeritus of Nestle India.[3]
  • Lt. HH Maharaja Rana Sir Shri Rajendra Singhji Dev Bahadur Of Jhalawar, Oxon.:, born 15 July 1900, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and at Oxford University, served as a Lieutenant in the Indian Army, keen photographer and poet, he composed poetry under the pen name of ‘Sudhakar’ and Urdu Shairi using the name of ‘Makhmoor’
  • Airavat Singh: Wrote 'Op Kartikeya- Round Five in South Asia'. The book is a military thriller set in the Indian Sub-continent & describes events leading up to a war between India & Pakistan in 2005.
  • A.S. Bhatia: The first "commoner" to attend Mayo College. Wrote "Mayo College-The heritage school"
  • Major Maroof Raza: Defence Analyst, Writer, Educationalist. authored two books, "Low-Intensity Conflicts" & "Wars and No Pace over Kashmir" He was Defence Correspondent at NDTV as well as Associate Editor of the Indian Defence Review. Currently, he is Middlesex University's Regional Director (South Asia) and a Visiting Research Fellow at the War Studies Department of King's College, London. He graduated from St. Stephens College, King's College London & Cambridge University

Armed Forces

  • Brigadier Apji Randhir Singh (b 1905): Winner of the Gold Medal at Sandhurst, United Kingdom
  • HH Maharao Shri Bhim Singh II: Honorary Brigadier in the Indian Army and also Honorary Colonel of the 17 Poona Horse. During the Second World War he was a member of the Viceroy's War Council. Up-Rajpramukh of Rajasthan State 1948/1956. He has also served as India's alternate delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 1956
  • Lt. Gen. Nathu Singh Rathore: The first Lt. General of the Indian Army. He was favoured by Field Marshal Claude Auchinleck to be the first Indian Army Chief, but declined the position to Jawaharlal Nehru because he felt it would not be fair to supersede his senior General Cariappa.
  • Lt Gen (Retd) Ajai Singh, PVSM, AVSM: Governor of Assam
  • Lt Gen Aditya Singh: Appointed as C in C, Andamans.
  • Lt Gen Randhir Singh (Retd.)
  • Lt Gen Yadav
  • Lt Gen Surendra Kulkarni
  • Lt. General Sanjeev Anand, VSM
  • Lt. General Surendra Kulkarni, VSM
  • Maj Gen Vikas Kapur
  • Maj Gen Rajender Yadav
  • Maj Gen Satya Narayan Yadav
  • Maj Gen Bhawani Shankar Das (Batch of 1972, B.T. House)
  • Lt. HH Maharaja Rana Sir Shri Rajendra Singhji Dev Bahadur 1929/1943 (Of Jhalawar), born 15 July 1900, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and at Oxford, served as a Lieutenant in the Indian Army, keen photographer and poet, he composed poetry under the pen name of ‘Sudhakar’ and Urdu Shairi using the name of ‘Makhmoor’
  • Brigadier Thakur Pratap Singhji: V.S.M., A.D.C., Served in the Indian Territorial Army and later entered politics and served as a Member of Legislative Assembly from Jaitaran Constituency
  • Late. Lt.Col.Mahendra Pratap Singh of Chittora , 9th Grenadiers
  • Colonel Pawan Pratap Singh ( 1982 Batch)
  • Major Dushyant Singh Shekhawat,Shaurya Chakra,(batch of 2000)

Commerce and industry

  • Ravi Kant: Managing Director of Tata Motors
  • Anil Chopra: CEO of Lakme Cosmetics, part of Unilever
  • Manu Anand: Head, Pepsico, India, Managing Director, Frito-Lays (Pepsico India Holdings)
  • Arun Verma: President and CEO of DATA Inc., a global IT Solutions company
  • Anil Sood: Vice President, Strategy and Resource Management, The World Bank (Studied at IIT-Delhi, Cornell University & Harvard Business School, where he graduated at the top of the class as a Baker Scholar
  • Vikram Singh Mehta: Served as Chairman, Shell India
  • Arvind Wable- Executive Director & CEO, DraftFCB+Ulka Advertising (Indian arm of Foote Cone & Belding Advertising), Graduated from St. Stephens College, Delhi School of Economics & IIM-A
  • Surendra Daulat Singh: former Banker (BBME, Grindlays Bank etc.), C.E.O. Executive Search
  • Arun Sahu: Managing Director of Goldman Sachs Japan, in Tokyo.
  • Arun Keswani: ING Americas, Asst Vice President, Asset Management Division.
  • Saurav Adhikari: President, Corporate Strategy, HCL[disambiguation needed ]
  • Pranaam Wahi: Country Head, DSB.
  • Abhishek Mathur: Owner of Magic Feet Canada, Toronto based Event Management Company
  • Pradeep Saxena: Ex Managing Director & CEO, ING Barings, India
  • Harpal Dugal: Former CEO, Standard Chartered Bank, India and now CEO of Dubai financial group
  • Anand Sagar Bhatia: Former Executive Director of the State Trading Corporation of India & Former Chairman of the Cement Corporation Of India (CCI)
  • Arvind Vijh: Director, India Services Group at Deloitte Canada. Worked at Shell & 3M. (Graduated from BITS, Pilani & IIM-C).
  • Rohit Arora: Managing Director-India, The GEA Group
  • Gautam Vir: CEO, Development Credit Bank (Graduated from IIM-A and worked at Bank of America and Citi)[6]
  • PJ Nayak: Chairman and Managing Director, Axis Bank[7]
  • Yogen Dalal: Venture Capitalist, Managing Director of the Mayfield Fund, PhD, Stanford University, BTech, IIT-Bombay,[8][9]
  • Vikram Amin: Executive Director, Sales & Marketing at the Steel Business of Essar Group
  • Rahul Bhandari: Former Director Frontline Group ($1bn Magazine Distbn.), erstwhile GM of Sanyo, UK, erstwhile Director at [Lucas Aftermarket, erstwhile Director of Granada Computer Services, Director Technicolor, CEO Winde Transcar BV. MBA from London Business School
  • Vikram Pant: (Batch of 1986) Managing Director of IDFC Project Equity
  • Rohit Arora: Managing Director of GEA Group, India. (IIT Bombay, Pennsylvania State and Boston University)
  • Pradeep Mansukhani: COO at Brand Marketing India. (IIT Kharagpur, IIM Bangalore) Erstwhile CEO Sales & Marketing at Marico, Head Marketing at the Consumer Banking Division of Standard Chartered India
  • Sasha Ahuja: Vice President, Merrill Lynch, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Sumer Juneja: Vice President, Norwest Venture Partners
  • Anand Mohan Sahai: Head of Operations, Vodafone, Rajasthan
  • Anvar Alikhan: Director-Creative, JWT Hyderabad (Batch of 1967, Rajasthan House)
  • Neeraj Nayar: Founder and Chairman, (The FAB Awards London) President, Contagious Communications

Film and theatre

  • Ajay Mehta: Indian American actor
  • Tinnu Anand : Actor, Film Director
  • Vivek Oberoi: Actor
  • Sagarika Ghatge: Actress
  • Aamir Raza Hussain: Well known Theatre Personality, Recipient of the Padma Shree Award
  • Goldie Behl: Film Producer
  • Aditya Lakhia: Actor and director. Has appeared in Lagaan, Shootout at Lokhandwala, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, etc.
  • Samir Karnik: Film Director
  • Heeraz Marfatia: Filmmaker, 'Birju', which won awards at Sundance Film Festival & the Berlin Film Festival
  • Rukhshida David: Assistant Director (Marigold, Salaam-e-Ishq: A Tribute to Love and Bluffmaster)
  • Imran Mashkoor Khan (Millee, Kulvadhu, Dil se Dosti and 50 Day War a production by Aamir Raza Hussain)
  • Karan Kudra: Television actor (Lead in Kitni Mohabbat Hai)
  • Pradip Krishen: Filmmaker. Married to Booker Prize winning author Arundhati Roy, Krishen read at St Stephens College, New Delhi and at Oxford before teaching History at Delhi University
  • Sachi Roy - Manager Content - UTV
  • Ashok Tyagi : Film-maker, Dean (Cinema) Asian School of Media Studies.
  • Aditya S.Chopra: Assistant Director(MOD)
  • Neeraj Nayar - Founder & Chairman, The FAB Awards London, President, Contagious Communications London, Formerly Cannes Festival Organiser
  • Akshay Sethi- Actor (batch of 1999)

Law

  • Justice Dalip Singh Kunadi: Judge of the Rajasthan High Court
  • Mr. Sharat S. Javali: Advocate, Supreme Court of India.
  • Justice Kamaljeet Singh Garewal: Judge, United Nations
  • Justice Ashutosh Mohanta: Judge, Haryana High Court
  • Ashok Sagar: Lawyer specializing in Indirect taxation, Supreme Court of India and Senior Partner of Kachwaha & Partners, a prominent New Delhi based law firm.

Indian police services

  • Ravindra Nath Mathur: Director General of Police (IPS 1973), Assam - Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service
  • JK Dutt: National Security Guard Commander, head of India’s National Security Guard.[10] Awarded the Police Medal for Gallantry in 1977, Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 1988 and the Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service in 1997.
  • Late Jaspal Singh: Director of the Police Training Institute at Hyderabad
  • KC Verma: Director General, Police, Narcotics Control Bureau
  • Ajay Saxena: Inspector General, Uttaranchal Police
  • Arup Patnaik: Additional Director-General, Commissioner of Police, Mumbai Maharashtra; Police Medal for Meritorious Service and President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service
  • Ajay Kumar: (Batch of 1967) Winner of the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service
  • Omendra Bhardwaj: (Batch of 1969) Additional DGP, Anti-Corruption Bureau, Rajasthan
  • Mr. Samir Ali Khan (Lawyer In Supreme Court Delhi ) chamber in supreme court .
  • Rajesh Nirwan (Batch of 1986) Inspector General of Police, Jaipur - Special Operation Group
  • Amar Pratap Singh currently Director CBI

Sportspersons and athletes

  • Lokendra Singh Ghanerao: Captain of the Indian Polo Team at the World Cup
  • Apji Vijai Singh: Represented India in Polo tournaments in Australia, Brunei, Nigeria and USA
  • Arun Lal:Test Cricketer and Sports Broadcaster[7]

Education

  • Subhash Bhatnagar: Ex Dean of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad. Served on The Board of IIM-A
  • Harsh Wal: Headmaster, The Lawrence School, Lovedale
  • Vijay Kapur: Professor of Marketing, Sales and Strategic Management in Faculty of Management Studies, New Delhi (Ex Indian Administrative Service Officer, earned his BA Hons and MBA from St. Stephens College and Faculty of Management Studies respectively and his PHD in a record 3 & a half year time frame from the University of South Carolina
  • Suresh Mathur: Principal of The British School, New Delhi, the Founder Principal of the Army Public School, Dagshai and Principal of Our Own English High School in Dubai. He was Director of Education of a number of schools in the Varkey Group and also Chairman of the Council of C.B.S.E. affiliated Schools in the Gulf.
  • Vijay Daulet Singh: Chairman, Governing Body, Institute of Technology & Management, Gurgaon
  • Ravi Bapna: Board of Overseers Professor of Information and Decision Sciences, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, and Executive Director of the Srini Raju Centre for Information Technology and the Networked Economy (SRITNE) at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.
  • Ashok Tyagi, Dean (Cinema) Asian School of Media Studies, Film City, NOIDA

Miscellaneous

  • Jiggs Kalra: Celebrity Chef[12]
  • Raghuvendra Rathore from the Royal Family of Jodhpur – famous Fashion Designer from India[13]
  • Dr. Ambuj Choudhary: Senior Consultant, Cardio Thoracic & Vascular Surgery at Fortis Healthcare
  • Dr. Ameet Kishore : Senior Consultant, ENT at Apollo Hospital, Delhi
  • Dr. Abhishek Deo Singh : Senior Consultant, Gastroenterologist at Fortis Healthcare
  • Dr. Amit Goyal: Named as one of the world's Top 100 Innovators by MIT. He is a Corporate Fellow and Distinguished Scientist and also a Distinguished Inventor at Oak Ridge National Lab., the leading high-tech. R&D center in the US. He works on Advanced Electronic Materials such as Superconductors. Among the numerous national and international awards he has received is the "Pride of India" Gold Award (sponsored by the NRI Institute) from the Ambassador of India in 2007.
  • Charu Sharma: Sports anchor on television
  • Sanjay Puri: Renowned Architect
  • Ajay Singh Peelwa: Artist
  • Angad B Sodhi: Artist and Photographer
  • Pranav Singh: Model and Car accessory modifier
  • Shitul Chanchani : Specialist in Healthcare and Allied Waste Management
  • Thakur Ranbir Singh: Executive Secretary of Bharatiya Natya Sangh 1962/1965, Vice Chairman of Rajasthan Sangeet Natak Academy for two terms, Cultural Advisor to the Government of Mauritius 1976/1981
  • Atul Khanna: Knight, First Class, of the Order of the Lion of Finland. Founder and Chairman of the Board of Systems Biology Worldwide, he was awarded by the President of the Republic of Finland. The title has been Tarja Halonen The Order of the Lion of Finland was founded in 1942.[14]

See also

Cited references

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  2. ^ "Biography of Siddharth Varadarajan on Charlie Rose". Charlierose.com. 2006-02-28. http://www.charlierose.com/guest/view/654. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
  3. ^ a b Raja Narendra Sarila's biography
  4. ^ The writer as a loner; By Aishwarya Mavinkurve; July 14, 1998; Indian Express Newspaper, Vikram Chandra's Website
  5. ^ Tin Fish: Recreating the wonder years; Shantanu Dutta, 27 Oct 2007; merinews Power to People, Tin Fish by Sudeep Chakravarti; Published July 2005; Penguin Books India
  6. ^ Wall Street Journal Interview with Gautam Vir[dead link]
  7. ^ a b "Eton of The East- Indian Express Article on Mayo". Expressindia.com. 2000-12-23. http://www.expressindia.com/news/fe/daily/20001223/fpe17005.html. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
  8. ^ Yogen's biography from the Mayfield Website
  9. ^ "Yogen's Interview in the Wall Street Journal (Mint)". Livemint.com. 2008-11-10. http://www.livemint.com/2008/11/09152512/Interview-with-Yogen-Dalal-Pa.html?pg=3. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
  10. ^ Bowley, Graham (2008-11-28). "Mumbai Attacks, Updates Day 3, November 28, 2008, The New York Times, USA". Thelede.blogs.nytimes.com. http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2008/11/28/mumbai-attacks-updates-day-three/. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
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  12. ^ "Jiggs Kalra Interview in The Hindu". Hindu.com. 2004-12-18. http://www.hindu.com/yw/2004/12/18/stories/2004121801030300.htm. Retrieved 2011-09-09. 
  13. ^ Raghavendra Rathore - Fashion, Indianetzone.com; For the designer in you – The Hindu, India's National Newspaper dated Apr 07, 2006; Royal rendezvous - Raghavendra Rathore talks of the corporatisation of fashion with Mini ANTHIKAD-CHHIBBER - The Hindu, India's National Newspaper dated Oct 25, 2005
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