Founded by Richard Southwell Bourke, The Earl of Mayo, who was the Viceroy of India from 1868 to 1872, the School still strivers for excellence in academic subjects and in all other spheres of life.
The origin of Mayo College, one of the oldest public Schools in the country, dates back to 1869. Mayo was designed to make British gentlemen out of Indian princes. Years after its first student, Maharaja Mangal Singh of Alwar, rode into the campus on an elephant, Mayo still retains the ‘quality of education’ it has always been admired for.
The College motto “Let there be Light” allows more than just light into a student’s life and personality. It is a guiding principle that holds every graduate in its thrall and always encourages them to do better than the best.
The collaboration with Mayo College General Council, Ajmer has provided a strong foundation and an unrivalled backing to Mayor World School. And Mayor World School is committed to adopting the best practices of Mayo College.