The four houses of our school are named after the four eminent Parsi Industrial houses of our country.
- TATA HOUSE: The Tatas are one of the largest industrial houses of India. They established Asia’s first Cancer Hospital, the Tata Memorial Centre for Cancer Research and treatment, the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), the Tata Institute of Social Services (TISS), the National Centre for Performing Arts (NCPA). Philanthropists with a heart for social causes, the Tatas are welknown for their generosity combined with business acumen.
- WADIA HOUSE: Quality has always been the Wadia groups hallmark. Matching opportunity with entrepreneurial vision, they started the Bombay Dyeing group of Companies, one of the great success stories of Indian entrepreneurship.
- BHABHA HOUSE: Dr. Homi Bhabha played a key role in starting India’s ambitious nuclear programme. He established TIFR in 1945 and Atomic Energy Commission in 1948. He provided a pivotal role to Dr. Vikram Sarabhai to set up the Indian National Committee for space research.
- GODREJ HOUSE: One of India’s most trusted brands, Godrej enjoys the patronage and trust of over 500 million Indians everyday. With seven major companies, with interests in real estate, engineering appliances, furniture, security, agri-care, their turnover crosses 4.1 billion dollars. With brands you can believe in service excellence you can count on, Godrej knows what makes India tick.