Yeah sure, one of the upcoming corrupt politician is from your school!Great!!!
@ sorry father..u have a right name for u r self u definitely sound like one of those in the sorry state...I don't think u even understand or for that matter know what it takes to be in SMHS and the alumni mentioned are just a few almost every top organization in India (gov/non-gov) has there top management in the hands of our alumni. The most important fact is u r one of those who have the pessimistic prospect if u think the politicians are corrupt why aren't u in politics. .....u need to be sorry for u r self F*** Off
Since when did minor cricketers like Amikar Dayal become notable? Also, he is, for all practical purposes, a Xavierian, having come to Michael's only for his 10 plus 2. Ditto Saba. As an ex-Michaelite, I am shocked to see the list which has no reference to a huge number of better names. Do some research, young man. Your school deserves it. (Let me add that Saba would have certainly made the list anyway).
Sir,It is surprizing that St. Michael's School should not consider Amikar Dayal an alumni only because he has studied in the school for two years. Regarding calling him minor cricketer is surprizing as he is the only International player who has stuck and worked in Bihar until now. Undoubtedly he has been India Under 19 captain acknowledged personally by Sir Don Bradman and Sunil Gavaskar.I am a student of St. Michael's School who is now being coached at Amikar Sir's academy and we understand what his contributions stand in Indian cricket and for the state of Bihar.