Behram A. Minwalla took charge as a Principal on 1st June 1965.
He collaborated with the Managing Board by pruning redundant staff
and by utilizing services of competent teachers for the High School
divisions. Mr. Minwalla enrolled two hundred more students and the
number of classes increased to 26 and the staff strength was reduced
to 39, as per the Education Code in 1965. This helped the Managing
Board to turn the school from running into a deficit to a surplus
internal management skills were also highly successful. He strictly
enforced discipline and regularity for both staff and students.
He brought the tone and outlook of the school to a
new height. Curriculums
were evenly distributed every month, completing the same before
exams and leaving a few days for revision.
was diligently scrutinized pointing out errors and noting down remarks
for weakness in Chronicles, to guide parents. Extra care brought forth
not only quantitative Matric results of over 90% but also qualitative
results of about 28% in First Class and about 50% in Second Class.
He humbly and ungrudgingly shared and attributed the major portion
of credit for such results to all the members of his staff.
school suffered a heavy loss by his sudden death in 1967, at the
start of his highly hopeful Principalship. Meteor-like he shot out
of darkness suddenly, shone brilliantly and burnt up quickly. He
entered the paddock as a dark horse, won the Derby and collapsed
after passing the winning post. May his soul rest in peace.