The credit for establishing the New High School in Bombay, the biggest privately owned school for boys in the British Commonwealth at one time with 2,600 students and 90 teachers, jointly goes to Jalbhai Dorabji Bharda and Kaikobad Behramji Marzaban. On the 100th death anniversary of Bharda on July 12, 1921, it is fitting to recall his contributions to the School that was renamed Bharda School after his demise and his efforts to promote education.
Bharda New High School & Junior College
A Parsi Unaided Co-Ed S.S.C. School with Minority Status