Rejuvenate the good old golden days of companionship, innocence and educational bliss with us!
The treasure of childhood memories and classroom fun is awaiting your virtual presence! The official alumni association of Yadavindra Public School, the ‘Old Yadavindrians Association’ or OYA welcomes you to the joyous ride of togetherness and community building. Come and be a part of a highly receptive alumni community, meet your good old friends under one virtual roof and discover the fun of making friends worldwide. Unravel the delight of reunions, share your mind, pour your heart and witness a productive hub of influential resources at OYA! For more details, register now!
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Yadavindrian Black Comfort T Shirt
With Yadavindrian Black Comfort tshirt, wear your PRIDE! Show your love spirit with the customized school tshirt (having the school logo and name) and re-live all your proud memories. We believe ‘once a Yadavindrian, always a Yadavindrian’!
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1 – log into your account using your email id used for sign up and password created on following the link given in the activation mail. If you did not activate the account you can retrieve your password by using the ‘forgot password’ option on the log in page.
During the men’s skeet gold at the 60th National shotgun championship, Mairaj Ahmad Khan essayed the title of being the best shotgun marksman in the country, but he had to be at his best to beat Amrinder Singh Cheema. An Old Yadavindrian, Amrinder Singh Cheema won the Silver medal in the Men's Skeet Event. Old Yadavindrians are making a name for themselves in the field of sports… more often than ever before… And we are proud of each one of them.
Gursobha Singh, the 18-year old equestrian prodigy from Yadavindra Public School, is all set to step into adulthood with his eyes firmly set on the Olympic rings. The proud YPS student has been making headlines for quite a while now as the upcoming and most promising self-made Indian sports champion. The latest coverage by Times of India is nothing less than an inspiring story to read. Here it goes.