Director General of Police (IPS 1973), Assam - Presidents Police Medal for Distinguished Service
Head and Commander  of India’s National Security Guard. Awarded the Police Medal for Gallantry in 1977, Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 1988 and the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service in 1997.
Late Jaspal Singh
Police Training Institute at Hyderabad
Inspector General of Police, Uttaranchal Police
Additional Director-General, Commissioner of Police, Mumbai Maharashtra. Police Medal for Meritorious Service and President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service
(IPS Batch of 1967) Winner of the President's Police Medal for Distinguished Service
(IPS Batch of 1970) Director General of Prisons Rajasthan
(IPS Batch of 1986) Inspector General of Police, Jaipur - Special Operation Group
Awarded the Queen's Award for Forestry by Queen Elizabeth at Buckingham Palace
VP Singh Badnore
Member of Parliament and Chairman, Task Force, Forest & Wildlife Management, Rajasthan
He is known for presenting a comprehensive report on the revival of Sariska which also deals with the saving and protection of Tigers in Rajasthan. He has recently been given the position of the Chairman of the Steering Committee to implement the report.
Ambassador of India to Ethiopia and Djibouti, Permanent Representative of India to the African Union and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. Additional Secretary in the Ministry of External Affairs. He has been associated with the implementation of India’s Africa Policy culminating in the successful India-Africa Summit in May 2011 in Addis Ababa. Currently, India's ambassador to Indonesia, Timor-Leste and the ASEAN . Author of 'The Abalone Factor' on India-Japan business relations and ' The Injera and the Paratha' on developing the India Ethiopia engagement.
HH Maharaja Rajendra Singh of Rajpipla, polo player, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
Maharaj Kumar Pramod Singh of Rajpipla (MA Cantab), member of the Indian Administrative Service, polo player, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
Maharaj Kumar Indrajeet Singh of Rajpipla, polo player, ace marksman, painter, son of HH Maharaja Sir Vijaysinhji of Rajpipla, Gohil dynasty which traces its lineage to 6th century A.D.
HH Maharao Shri Bhim Singh II: Honorary Brigadier in the Indian Army and also Honorary Colonel of the 17 Poona Horse. During the Second World War he was a member of the Viceroy's War Council. Up-Rajpramukh of Rajasthan State 1948/1956. He has also served as India's alternate delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 1956
HH Maharana Mahendra Singh of Udaipur (Mewar Dynasty)
Author of The Last Jet-Engine Laugh and of Electric Feather, India's first anthology of erotica.
Author of Tin Fish (2005; Penguin & republished 2011; HarperCollins), a novel set in Mayo College, and its sequel, The Avenue of Kings (2010; HarperCollins); and three important non-fiction works Red Sun: Travels in Naxalite Country (2008, 2009; Viking/Penguin), shortlisted for the Vodafone Crossword award; Highway 39: Journeys through a Fractured Land (2012; 4th Estate, an Imprint of HarperCollins); and Clear.Hold.Build: Hard Lessons of Business and Human Rights in India (2014; Collins Business, an Imprint of HarperCollins), which received the Award for Excellence at Asian Publishing Awards 2014, for "Best Insights into Asian Societies". His essays on conflict are contained in several collections, including More than Maoism: Politics, policies and insurgencies in South Asia (2012; Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore; Manohar) and Non-State Armed Groups in South Asia (2012; Institute of Defence Studies & Analyses, New Delhi; Pentagon Press). His works of fiction are also contained in several collections, including The Fiction Collection: 20 Years of Penguin India (2007), Recess (2008; Penguin), in the literary journal Wespennest, and a collectors' edition published by Tehelka.
Wrote a book titled "The Shadow of the Great Game, Untold Story of India's Partition" which throws light on some aspects of the partition not known earlier. Has also recently published his autobiography entitled "Once a Prince of Sarila".
Lt. HH Maharaja Rana Sir Shri Rajendra Singhji Dev Bahadur Of Jhalawar, Oxon.
Born 15 July 1900, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and at Oxford University, served as a Lieutenant in the Indian Army, keen photographer and poet, he composed poetry under the pen name of ‘Sudhakar’ and Urdu Shairi using the name of ‘Makhmoor’
Wrote 'Op Kartikeya- Round Five in South Asia'. The book is a military thriller set in the Indian Sub-continent & describes events leading up to a war between India & Pakistan in 2005.
He has authored two books, "Low-Intensity Conflicts" & "Wars and No Pace over Kashmir" He was Defence Correspondent at NDTV as well as Associate Editor of the Indian Defence Review. Currently, he is Middlesex University's Regional Director (South Asia) and a Visiting Research Fellow at the War Studies Department of King's College, London. He graduated from St. Stephens College, King's College London & Cambridge University
The first Lt. General of the Indian Army. He was favoured by Field Marshal Claude Auchinleck to be the first Indian Army Chief, but declined the position to Jawaharlal Nehru because he felt it would not be fair to supersede his senior General Cariappa.
Honorary Brigadier in the Indian Army and also Honorary Colonel of the 17 Poona Horse. During the Second World War he was a member of the Viceroy's War Council. Up-Rajpramukh of Rajasthan State 1948/1956. He has also served as India's alternate delegate to the United Nations General Assembly in 1956
Brigadier Apji Randhir Singh
Winner of the Gold Medal at Sandhurst, United Kingdom
Lt Cdr Abhishek Raj (batch 2001)
Colonel P P Singh (Batch of 1982)
Brig Alok Singh Kler. Armoured Corps. (Batch of 1979)
Lt. Gen K Umrao Singh of Chomu
GOC of Siliguri based 33 Corps
Maj Gen Bhawani Shankar Das (Batch of 1972, B.T. House)
Maj Gen Satya Narayan Yadav
Maj Gen Rajender Yadav
Maj Gen Vikas Kapur
Lt. HH Maharaja Rana Sir Shri Rajendra Singhji Dev Bahadur 1929/1943 (Of Jhalawar)
born 15 July 1900, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and at Oxford, served as a Lieutenant in the Indian Army, keen photographer and poet, he composed poetry under the pen name of ‘Sudhakar’ and Urdu Shairi using the name of ‘Makhmoor’
Pradeep Mansukhani: COO at Brand Marketing India. (IIT Kharagpur, IIM Bangalore) Erstwhile CEO Sales & Marketing at Marico, Head Marketing at the Consumer Banking Division of Standard Chartered India
Mohit Beotra: Head, Emerging Business at Airtel. Erstwhile head of Lowe Lintas, North India
Bunty Peerbhoy: Chairman of MAA Bozell Communications
Anvar Alikhan: Executive Creative Director and Head at JWT Hyderabad
Vivek Bali: Vice President and Business Head, Reliance Retail Ltd
Neeraj Nayar: Founder & Chairman The FAB Awards London and President, Contagious Communications
Rahul Bhandari: Former Director Frontline Group ($1bn Magazine Distbn.), erstwhile GM of Sanyo, UK, erstwhile Director at [Lucas Aftermarket, erstwhile Director of Granada Computer Services, Director Technicolor, CEO Winde Transcar BV. MBA from London Business School
Information and Decision Sciences, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, and Executive Director of the Srini Raju Centre for Information Technology and the Networked Economy (SRITNE) at the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad.
Named as one of the world's Top 100 Innovators by MIT. Among the numerous national and international awards he has received the "Pride of India" Gold Award (sponsored by the NRI Institute) from the Ambassador of India in 2007.
Bachelor's Degree from Cambridge University and MS and Ph.D from Harvard University. He is an emeritus Professor of Industrial Engineering.
Thakur Ranbir Singh
Executive Secretary of Bharatiya Natya Sangh 1962/1965, Vice Chairman of Rajasthan Sangeet Natak Academy for two terms, Cultural Advisor to the Government of Mauritius 1976/1981