Apeejay Schools Alumni

Nearly thirty years old, Apeejay Old Student Association, connects, fosters, serves and creates opportunities for all students of our School as well as the School management. The Association’s activities are led by the Executive committee comprising Honorary Chairman, President, Vice Presidents, Honorary Secretary, Joint Secretary, and Treasurer, Immediate Past Secretary (ex-officio), Members and President of Local chapter. All of these positions are elected.

Current Executive Committee

Clockwise : Ravindra Gupta, Manmeet Singh, Anirudh Chokhany, Bimal Samal, Ashissh Jhunjhunwalla, Manoj Bhaiya, Pankaj Bhutoria.

Aims and Objectives
To connect alumni to the schools and to each other, build traditions, foster interaction among student, alumni, and faculty and ex-teachers, serve the diverse needs and interests of society and community, and create opportunities for investment in the School's future.
To promote and foster mutually beneficial interaction between the Association and Alma Mater
and encourage the formation of new chapters to increase participation of the Association
To encourage the Association to take abiding interest in the progress and development of the Alma Mater.
To undertake activities of nation building including those of charitable nature.
To generate corpus for creating better educational/recreational facilities for the School.
To enable knowledge building, facilitate the exchange professional or academic knowledge,.
To assist students, scholars, alumni and members of Association in their academic pursuit as well as professional careers
To undertake all lawful activities that are conducive to the attainment of the above objectives.

Apeejay Old Student Association or APJOSA is registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961 (Act 26 of 1961). The registered office of the Association is Apeejay School, 115 Park Street, Kolkata – 700016.


Apeejay School felt like a close-knit family that gave stability and a degree of personal freedom in the 2 years that I have spent at the institute. I met a few exceptional teachers and made a couple of friendships that have lasted ever since. It has been a good milestone in my career. My heartfelt gratitude towards one and sundry at school.

Achyut Kanungo passed out in 2016. Presently pursuing Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S.) from IPGMER, SSKM Hospitals.

Like everyone says, you enter school crying and leave your school crying as well, mine was no different; like our school anthem I kept soaring higher and higher with each passing day. There came a time when even those 6 hours in school seemed short to do all that we did from Art to Dance, Maths to Science, Sports to Mock Parliaments and so on. Apeejay is like a holy place to me, whenever I feel like connecting to my past I go and meet my teachers and cherish those old days. It's not just a school, it's an experience.

Rishabh Jhunjhunwala passed out in 2016. He completed his B. SC in Economics (Hons) from Presidency university. CFA Level 3 candidate and FRM part 2 Candidate.Presently working in DE Shaw & Co as Associate Financial Researcher for the last 1.5 years.

I joined Apeejay after completing my secondary education from Assam, India. Being from a different state, I never felt like a stranger in this school. All the faculty members and teachers were really kind and helpful to me. Apeejay not only helped me to grow academically but also helped me to develop my personal skills which really comes handy in my life abroad. I have a lot of admiration for the teachers and faculty members.

Rounak Maheshwari passed out in 2012.He completed his Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) from Delhi University, Delhi, India and Master of Science in Management from HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Leipzig, Germany .

I joined Apeejay in 2004 as a student of class III. For me Apeejay has been an institution that has helped me grow both academically and personally. In the academic front, the practice of rote learning was discouraged throughout. Logical thinking, out of the box ideas were given immense importance while maintaining quality academic standards. And 7/ 8 years down the line I still reap the benefits of such an academic framework in my professional domain.

On a personal front, Apeejay very early on had made me aware of my social responsibilities. I vividly remember being part of initiatives where we had to teach underprivileged children, go on cleanliness drives to nearby slums and many more.

In short, alongside the academic values Apeejay had very successfully instilled in me several important humane values for which I'm indebted to my alma mater.. I'm thankful to everyone associated with the school from the teachers to the people involved in the administration to the friends I made there for giving me a school life whose memories are worth cherishing every single day.

Akash Pyne passed out in 2014.He completed his B.Sc (Economics Honours) from Scottish Church College, Calcutta University and M.Sc (Applied Economics), Presidency University, Kolkata .Presently working as an Analyst (Business Consulting), Global Ops Analytics – CCS, HSBC .



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All Alumni of Apeejay Schools as well as other institutions related to Apeejay Schools as well as all members of teaching staff of Apeejay Schools are eligible for Life membership.

Life membership fees is as follows
(i) Rs. 3000.00 for Alumni living in India and teachers.
(ii) Rs. 2500.00 for passing out students

A student shall cease to be a member if he/she resigns from his/her membership or is of unsound mind or is convicted by a court for any offence involving moral conduct or on termination of the membership by the Executive Committee for compelling reasons as may be determined by the Executive Committee.

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