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Who was Fairlawns Estate owned by?
Fairlawns Estate was owned by Indian Railways.
Starting in 1888, in which year did Oak Grove reach its full capacity of students that could be accommodated in the school?
Oak Grove reached its full capacity of students in 1895.
What was the name of the Railway Company & Board that took over the management of the school from the British Government?
East India Railways Board took over the management of the school from the British Government.
What was the monthly fee for the first set of children, who joined Oak Grove in June 1888?
The first set of Oak Grove students had to pay a fee of Rupees 14/- per month.
Oak Grove was primarily built with an intention to allow wards of?
Oak Grove was primarily built for wards of East India Company employees transferred to England/outside.
In which year was the property for Girls School bought from the Jharipani Estate?
The property for Girls School was bought from the Jharipani Estate in 1895.
A Scholarship Program for students was established in 1905-06. What was the princely sum of these scholarships?
Students were given princely scholarships of Rupees 5000/- per annum in 1905-06.
At what price was 193 acres of Oak Grove bought from the Fairlawns Estate?
The initial 193 acres of Oak Grove was bought from the Fairlawns Estate for Rupees Thirty Thousand.
What was the strength of the school when it first opened in June 1888?
A total of 210 students were enrolled in Oak Grove in June of 1888, the first year of operation.
When was the undertaking to open a school (eventually Oak Grove) purchased by the Indian Railway Board from the British Government?
The undertaking to open a school was purchased from the British Government by the Railway Board in January 1880.
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