The Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls' Public School was born on 20th  July,1992, under the aegis of the H.H. Maharaja Hanwant Singhji Charitable Trust, and with the spirit of Gyanam Brahm, Knowledge is God, permeating  its campus of 4.5 acres, formerly picnic land in the Raika Bagh Palace estate. The school is affiliated to the C.B.S.E, and a prestigious panel of eminent citizens and educationists constitutes its Board of Governors. The campus has extensive green lawns and luxuriant shady trees which help to keep the school dust free, and well lit, airy classrooms, a large library and well-equipped laboratories in addition to the games fields and courts.

The year 2000, the beginning of the new millennium, was a turning point in the young life of the eight year old center of learning; the opening of the pre-primary section with a nursery, kindergarten and preparatory classes in full strength, and the admission for the first time of boys in the primary section; an outstanding academic performance by the class of 2000 and their successful placement in good colleges thereafter, the formation of an old girls' society called the Aarkakians, exciting moments in games and sports, as well as co-curricular activities, and an enthusiastic group of boarders in our hostel have contributed to the school's  enhanced status as a premier public school in Rajasthan.  

  • 'What the school wants is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge and not knowledge in pursuit of the child.

  • To bring out the best in every child and make her a useful member of society, cultured and dignified, is the aim. The goal is to take in children from all classes and creeds and inculcate in them a spirit that takes pride in the cultural heritage of India, taking the best from modern educational systems, drawing generously from healthy traditions as well and adapting both to suit the needs of the day. The school takes in a person and brings out a personality, an individual with a mind and style of her own. The school hopes that when its students leave its portals, they will take a step forward in society with confidence, wisdom and dignity.

  • The Radhakrishnan Commission held the view that in addition to the search of truth through scientific and scholarly pursuits, an important task of education is to engender a concern with values. The school is determined to undertake the positive and purposeful role of value oriented education in this era. Education for national development, the cultivation of  interests, attitudes, and  moral and intellectual values at every stage; that is R.K.K.'s vision.