Major Indrajeet Sinha the FOUNDER of KIDS CLUB SCHOOL was the divine force who dedicated his whole life to creating a quality of character and providing quality education to the building blocks of our nation in order to strengthen the base of our nation. He took a step forward to create a well-educated society to do his part in developing our nation.
He was in the 5th Gorkha Rifles in the Indian Army from a VICTORIA CROSS awardee family. His father COLONEL BAHURAN SINHA was the first INDIAN COLONEL in British Army. Major Sinha was a very brave soldier who was honored with quite a lot of medals for valor.
He fought two very important battles against China in 1962 and Pakistan in 1971. At the age of 16, he joined the State army led by MAHARAJA MAN SINGH and later the Indian Army. He got his early education from Cambridge, Delhi, and later St. Xavier, Indian Army. He got his early education from Cambridge, Delhi, and later St. Xavier Patna. He got his higher degrees from the Maharaja College, Jaipur.
As a full Commissioned Officer he has received a commission by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, First president of India in the year 1951, and took early retirement at the age of 38 as he valued other chapters of his life equally. He devoted all his time, money, and values to the school to guide the children and help them become wonderful strong human beings. He believed in equality among all caste, creed, race, or sex. He was a feminist and believed in empowering women.
He was a great man with even greater values and will be always remembered in our hearts.