Nutan Marathi Vidyalaya
|Motto||छात्र आम्ही नूमविचे घडवू राष्ट्र उद्याचे ! (We, the students of Nu Ma Vi, would create the nation of tomorrow)|
'Nutan Marathi Vidyalaya (NMV) (Devanagari: नूतन मराठी विद्यालय) is one of the oldest school in Pune, Maharashtra, India. The school was founded by the Shikshan Prasarak Mandali, an educational charity' on 1 January 1883., The school has a secondary school section for students in grade five to ten and a junior college for students in grade eleven and twelve.
- Sonopant (Shankar Vaman) Dandekar (1896–1969), philosopher and educationalist.
- Prahlad Narhar Joshi (1924-), writer and former headteacher of the school.
- Shripad Mahadev Mate (1886–1957), writer and former teacher.
- Datto Vaman Potdar (1890–1979), historian.
- Vinayak Kulkarni, Marathi writer and researcher on Marathi Saint Literature
- Chintaman Vinayak Joshi (1892–1963), Marathi humorist and a researcher in Pali literature.
- Pandurang Sadashiv Sane (24 Dec 1899 - 11 June 1950) - Indian freedom fighter, social reformer, teacher, author and poet in Marathi literature
- Yeshwant Vishnu Chandrachud (1920–2008), longest-serving Chief Justice of India.
- Dr. Mohan Agashe, actor and psychiatrist.
- Ashwin Chitale actor.
- Subodh Bhave, a nrenowned Marathi film actor and director.
- Jasraj Jayant Joshi - Marathi singer
- Sanjeev Abhyankar Hindustani Classical Singer Mewati Gharana, मराठी हिंदुस्तानी शास्त्रीय गायक (मेवाती घराणे)
- Anand Bhate - Marathi Singer in Hindustani Classical Music, and Marathi Natyasangeet
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