When he/she had to leave school, he/she started his/her own business. Do you know what Rahul Gandhi’s education was like?

Which school did Rahul Gandhi study in?

Rahul Gandhi was born on June 19, 1970. Rahul Gandhi, the son of former Prime Minister of India Rajiv Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi, received his/her early education in Delhi. he/she completed his/her primary school education from St. Columbia School, New Delhi. Then he/she moved to Dehradun for studies. Where he/she got admission in Doon School Dehradun.

Rahul Gandhi School: When Rahul Gandhi had to leave school

Rahul Gandhi School: When Rahul Gandhi had to leave school

After the assassination of grandmother and the country’s then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi and his/her sister Priyanka Gandhi had to remain confined to their homes for security reasons. During that time, they missed school and had to complete their homeschooling.

Rahul Gandhi College: Graduated from three places

Rahul Gandhi College: Graduated from three places

After completing his/her education, Rahul Gandhi was admitted to the UG course at St. Stephen’s College (DU), one of the top colleges of Delhi University. But after studying here for just one year, he/she went to study at Harvard University, USA. But after the assassination of his/her father Rajiv Gandhi, he/she was transferred to Rollins College in Florida for security reasons. Where he/she completed his/her graduation.

What subject did Rahul Gandhi study?

What subject did Rahul Gandhi study?

After completing his graduation, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was admitted to MPhil Development Studies at Trinity College, Cambridge University and completed the degree.

Rahul Gandhi’s company

Rahul Gandhi's company

After completing his/her graduation, Rahul Gandhi started his/her professional journey with Monitor Group, a management consultancy firm in London. When he/she returned to India, he/she started his/her own technology outsourcing company called Backops Services Private Ltd. This company was opened in Mumbai, of which Rahul Gandhi himself was the director.