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Major Haripal Singh Ahluwalia

Educated at St. Georges College, Mussoorie, Marthins was the country’s top right inside forward during the 1920s. He was a member of the UnAed Province (now Uttar Pradesh) team which won the National Hockey Championship in 1928.

Selected for Incha’s maiden entry into Olympic Hockey in 1928, he played all the matches during the Olympic Championships at Amsterdam. His combination with Dhyan Chand (centre forward) was deadly and no team could stop them. India won all its five matches without conceding a goal and lifted the world championship for the first time in its debut.

Commander George YA Duke (Indian Navy)

As a young Lieutenant he and Pinaki Chatterjee rowed 850 miles from Calcutta to the Andaman Islands.


Rt. Rev. Bishop Patrick Nair (Class of 1951)

He served as the Bishop of the Diocese of Meerut, April 1974-December 2008


Rt. Rev. Bishop George Saupin (Class of 1943)

Ordained as a priest in 1958. Appointed as Bishop of Daltonganj in 1971.
Died 200 August 1993

Rt. Rev. Bishop A. Trindade (Class of 1941)

Ordained as a priest in 1950. Appointed as Bishop in 1973 & Archbishop of Lahore on 23’d April 1994.


Leslie James Johnson
(Class of 1932)

Indian Civil Services; Custodian General, Government of India, Chairman, Oil and Natural Gas Commission, 1966-1970,
Vice Chairman, Irrigation Commission, Government of India

Lalit Suri
(Class of 1964)

Founder, Bharat Hotels; former Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha.

Dr. M. S. Gill
(Class of 1952)

Chief Election Commissioner of India (1996-2001), Member, Rajya Sabha (2004-2016), former Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India. He is the writer of several books on Himalayas.

Satpal Maharaj
(Class of 1969)

Member of Parliament, 15th Lok Sabha, from Garhwal Lok Sabha Constituency. Minister for Tourism, Govt. of Uttarakhand

Deepak Rawat

District Magistrate Haridwar

Dr. Sharad Negi

Indian Forest Service
Director General of Forest, Govt. of India


A number of past pupils served in World War I and 11. Their names have been engraved under the aircraft, TS-11 Iskra, installed as a display in the school as a tribute to the service of the school’s alumni in the armed forces.

Air Chief Marshal Denis A. La Fontaine (Class of 1946)

Chief of Air Staff, 1985-1988, Indian Air Force

General Shankar Roy Chowdhury (Class of 1953)

PVSM, ADC, Chief of Army Staff, 1994-1997, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha

Air Marshal Denzil Joseph Keelor (Class of 1940)

PVSM, Vir Chakra, Kirti Chakra, and Hero of the 1965 lndo-Pak War, President of YMCA, India Chairman Special Olympics, India

Lt. Gen. 5. L. Menezes
(Class of 1939)

PVSM, SC, FRGS, FBIM, Deputy Chief of Army Staff, Author of several books

Wing Commander Trevor Keel

Vir Chakra, Vayu Sena Medal, Hero ofthe 1965 lndo-Pak War

Richard Joseph Henry Fitzpatrick

MBE, Inspector General of Police, Tonk State, Rajputana, Decorated with Member of the Order of the British Empire (M BE) on 2 Jan 1933

Lt. Gen. Amarjit Singh Sandhu

Commandant, Indian Military Academy, Dehradun

Lt. Gen. Amar Nath Aul
(Class of 1964)

Chief of Staff Western Command Decorated for bravery in Kargil Operation, 1999.

Lt. Gen. Dalbir Singh Sindhu (Class of 1968)

AVSM, Director Gen. Mechanized Forces, Indian Army, 2010-2012

Lt. Gen. Neville Foley

Member of Parliament

Lt. Gen. M. Maya Das

PVSM, AVSM Director General National Cadet Corps

Major General Kuldip Singh Sindhu
(Class of 1962)

VSM, Director General Resettlements, Ministry of Defence, Government of India (2004-06)

Vice Admiral Vijay Swarup Mathur


Lt. Gen. Daljit Singh
(Class of 1962)


GOC in C Western Command

Lt. Gen. R.K. Jasbir Singh

PVSM, Commandant, National Defence Academy (1977-79) DGMS

Brigadier Mervyn Cardoza, T-E-K
(Class of 1940)

Indian Army 1945-47. Allotted to Pakistan. Served in Pakistan Army 1948-74. Participated in 1965 & 1971 wars. Awarded Tamgha-e-Khidmat, by Pakistan Govt.

Lt. Gen. Anil Kumar Bhatt
(Class of 1977)

AVSM, SM, VSM, Director General Military Operations Col. 9th Gorkha Rifles

Lt. Gen. Daulat Singh

KCIO, GOC in C Western Command, Indian Army. A hero of the 1962 lndo-China war. He died in a helicopter crash in Poonch (J&K) on 22-11-1963.

Lt. Gen. Patrick Maurice William Doyle

5th Maratha Light Infantry, Indian Army, he was awarded The Military Cross, 1941 for bravery in the World War 11.

Hugh Gantzer

Internationally known Indian travel journalist and writer, Hugh has co-written several books with his wife, including “The Black beast of Mussoorie and Other Stories” and “The Scarlet Tiger and Other Stories”. He also served in the Indian Navy and retired as a Commander.

Maj. Gen. Robert G Williams
(Class of 1935)

Member of Parliament

Maj. Gen. Vikram Dev Dogra
(Class of 1981)



Col. Sukhinder Singh
(Class of 1960)

Brig. Amarjeet Singh Bedi
(Class of 1965)

Brig. R.S. Kanwar
(Class of 1972)

Brig. R.S. Rawat
(Class of 1963)


Rajdeep S. Gill (Class of 1966)

Indian Police Service 1973-2010, served as Director General of Police, Punjab 2007 and 2009. He was awarded the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service in 2002. He is the President of the Basketball Federation of India from 2003 onwards and has authored two books.

Anil K. Raturi

Indian Police Service
ADGP- Law and Order, Uttarakhand
President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service

Paramdeep Singh Gill (Class of 1967)

Indian Police Service 1974-2011, served as the Director General of Police, Punjab 2009-2011 and was awarded the President’s Police
Medal for Distinguished Service

Karan Singha

Indian Police Service
ADGP-Tamil Nadu
President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service

R. P. Joshi (Class of 1949)

IPS Officer (1955), Director General of Police, Uttar Pradesh, Director of Intelligence Bureau (1990).
Awards: Police Medal for meritorious services & President’s Police Medal for distinguished services.

Arvinder Singh Brar

Indian Police Service, 1979 batch. National Champion and record holder in Swimming (Breast Stroke) 1976 Hyderabad. Awarded Asiad Jyoti for outstanding contribution during Asian Games 1982. Awarded Padma Shri posthumously in1988 for bravery during terrorism in Punjab.

Amardeep Singh Rai

Indian Police Service.
Deputy Inspector General of Police, ITBP. President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.

Rishpal Singh Dhatt

Indian Police Service 1968-2006. Secretary Govt. of India. President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.


Saeed Jaffrey (Class of 1940)

Indian Police Service 1968-2006. Secretary Govt. of India. President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.

Kanwaljit Singh (Class of 1966)

Film and television actor with several prestigious projects to his credit

Melville De Mello (Class of 1932)

A Padma Shri awardee, he was a broadcaster and author of considerable repute.

Lucky Ali

Singer and actor.

Bhupinder Singh

A well-known actor.

Ravi Baswani

A charismatic actor, fondly remembered for his role in “Chashme Buddoor “(1981) and “Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro” (1983). He won the Filmfare Award for Best Comedian in 1984.


Raja Fateh Singh Nabha

Indian Police Service 1968-2006. Secretary Govt. of India. President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.

Dr. Punam Suri

Padma Shri, Chairman of the management board of DAV institutions. Chief Editor, Milap Group of Newspapers.


Justice Gopal Das Khosla

Belonging to the Class of 1918, Justice Gopal Das Khosla served as the Chief Justice of Punjab High Court from 1959- 1961 and Justice of the Supreme Court of India too. He was the Chairman of the Film Censorship Board, Government of India, a biographer of Indira Gandhi with several books to his credit.

Justice H.S. Bedi

Judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court and Mumbai High Court.
Chief Justice, Supreme Court of India.


Dr. Harsh K. Gupta

Padma Shri awardee, Earth scientist, was the leader of the 3’d Indian Scientific Expedition to Antarctica which established India’s first permanent Antarctica base Dakshin Gangotri (1983-84); Former Vice Chancellor, Cochin University of Science and Technology and Former Director, National Geophysical Research Institute, Hyderabad.

Dr. Viney Pal Aneja

Scientist, Professor and Mentor for Environmental Studies, North Carolina University, USA


George Eric Marthins

Marth ins won the National Hockey Championship in 1928 as a member of United Provinces, and was selected for India’s debut entry into Olympic Hockey at Amsterdam in 1928. His combination with Dhyan Chand was deadly and India won all its matches without conceding a goal, thus lifting the World Championship for the first time.

Michael Gateley

Gateley distinguished himself at the Inter-Provincial Championships, where he represented Punjab. Playing for India in the Amsterdam Olympic games in 1928, Gateley scored a goal against Austria in his very first match.

Carlyle Carrol Tapsell

Tapsell played for Bengal in 1932 in the Inter-Provincial Hockey Tournament and was selected for the Indian team that defended the Olympic title at Los Angeles in 1932. He was also a member of the victorious Indian team at the 1936 Berlin Olympic Games.

Neil Nugent

Nugent studied a number of years at St. George’s College and obtained his Cambridge Certificate in 1944. He represented England at Helsinki in 1952 and won an Olympic Bronze Medal.

L. C. Emmett

Coming into prominence during the National Hockey Championship in 1936, Emmett of Bengal was selected that year as a member of the Indian Team which retained the Olympic title for the third time in succession at the Berlin Olympic Games (1936)

Ernie J. Cullen

He was a member of the Indian Hockey Team, which won the world championship for the third successive time at the 1936 Berlin Olympics where he also scored a goal. He was the younger brother of W. G. Cullen.

Willie G. Cullen

A well-known player of United Provinces, Cullen donned Indian colours when he was selected as a member of the country’s team for the 1928 Amsterdam Olympic Games after his province’s victory in the final of the National Hockey Championship at Calcutta.

Samuel Harris

Born in 1934 in Karachi, he was a student of St. George’s between 1940-194 7. He represented Pakistan in the 1956 Olympic Games at Melbourne in Boxing in Fly-weight division.