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DISTRICT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

 

DISTRICT INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING

SOUTH WEST, GHUMANHERA, NEW DELHI - 110073

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISTRICT SOUTH-WEST

 

 

 

 

 

District at a Glance

Actual Population 2,292,363

Male 1,248

Female 1,043,663

Population Growth 30.62%

Area Sq.Km 421

Density/Km2 5,445

Proportion to Delhi Population 12.67%

Sex Ratio(Per 1000) 836

Child Sex Ratio(0-6 Age) 836

Literacy 88.81

Male Literacy 93.62

Female Literacy 83.07

Total Child Population (0-6 Age) 262,815

Male Population (0-6 Age) 143,112

Female Population (0-6 Age) 119,703

Total Literates 1,802,505

Male Literates 1,035,011

Female literates 767,494

Child rtion (0-6 Age) 11.46%

Boys Proportion (0-6) 11.46%

Girls Proportion (0-6 Age) 11.47%

 

 

Location and Geography

South–West district is one of the largest districts of NCT of Delhi covering an area of 420² Km2which is 28.32% of the total area of NCT of Delhi state. Geographically, the district is located in the outer part of Delhi spreading over the South and South-West part of the state and extends from 28 30’ to 28⁰ 41’ latitudes and 76 ⁰ 10’ to 77 ⁰ 16’ longitudes. The South-West district dominated by the temperate climate with mean temperature 24 ⁰ C, while maximum temperature is 47.8 ⁰ in the month of May and minimum temperature is 5.3 ⁰ in January. In this area, the low rainfall occurs and annual mean rainfall is 670 mm. whereas average relative humidity present in the atmosphere is 62% throughout the year.

South-West District is surrounded by West District of Delhi on its North, Jhajjar on its West, Gurgaon on its south and South District of Delhi on its East. It is bounded by the border of Haryana comprising of Gurgaon, Bhahdurgarh and Jhajjar and West, Central, New Delhi and South District of NCT of Delhi.

The district is divided into three administrative subdivisions-Delhi Cantonment Sub-Division, Vasant Vihar Sub Division and Najafgarh Sub-Division. The South-West District is of strategic importance as it houses both the airports in Delhi-The Indira Gandhi International Airport as well as the domestic Palam airport. The District also has the strategically important Delhi Cantonment which has a number of defence installations, artillery, armoury etc. apart from a large number of defence personnel. The district also has a large number of Government offices in R.K Purum. The South-West District has the distinction of having the biggest colony in Asia at Dwarka. Moreover R.K purum, the largest Government colony in Asia also comes under the district.

 

DELHI CANTT

Delhi Cantonment(Popularly referred to as Delhi Cantt) is one of the three statutory towns that make up the National Capital Territory of Delhi. It is managed by the Delhi Cantonment Board, which along with statutory bodies, the Delhi Municipal Corporation(DMC) and New Delhi Municipal Council(NDMC) overtook the state.

VASANT VIHAR

Vasant Vihar is an exclusive neighborhood located in the South West Delhi district of National Capital Territory of Delhi. Vasant Vihar is one of the most expensive residential areas in the world. Vasant Vihar is the 16th most expensive residential area in the world.

 

NAJAFGARH

Najafgarh is located as the outskirts of the south western part of Delhi, India. It has a mixture of Rural and Urban population from Delhi and Haryana. Several religious/meditation centres are located in and around Najafgarh. One of the noted temple in Najafgarh is that of Sai Baba of Siridi. It also includes a Holy Place of Hindu Saint Swami Haridas, CRPF Group Centre in Jharoda Kalan. A few of the meditation centres in and around Najafgarh areAshram of Sant Sri Asaramji Bapu, Osho Dham(of Guru Rajnish), Ashram of Sudhaanshu Ji Maharaj at Bakkarwala and Nirmal Dham of Nirmala Devi.

 

Total Population of NCT of Delhi by Sex, 2011

 

State/District

District Code

Population

 

Persons

Male

Female

NCT of Delhi

16,753,235

8,976,410

7,776,825

 

North West

01

3,651,261

1,960,677

1,690,584

North

02

883,418

472,260

411,158

North East

03

2,240,749

1,188,307

1,052,442

East

04

1,707,725

906,721

801,004

New Delhi

05

133,713

73,846

59,867

Central

06

578,671

305,926

272,745

West

07

2,531,583

2,349,685

1,181,898

South West

08

2,292,363

1,248,700

1,043,663

South

09

2,733,752

1,470,288

1,263,464

 

 

The maximum decadal growth has taken place in South West district, of about 31%. The new sub city of Dwarka, which has come up in the last ten years, is a major factor leading to high growth here. A lot of new settlement has also taken place in and around Najafgarh, leading to population growth. The urbanized villages such as Kapashera, Bijwasan etc have become heavily populated due to tenants who are migrants mainly working in factories in Gurgaon and in the service sector both in Gurgaon and in Delhi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sex Ratio (Female per 1000 males) of India, Delhi and District, 2011

State/

District

Sex Ratio

(Female per 1000 Male)

India

940

NCT of Delhi

866

South West

836

 

It has been seen the skewed sex ratio in district South West as per census 2011. The South West district sex ratio is much below than the national average i.e., 940 and even last than the NCT Delhi average 866. The infant fertility rate of NCT Delhi has increased 22.47 in 2010 as compared to 18.96 in 2009. Child Sex Ratio

State/District

Child Sex Ratio

 

2001

2011

India

927

914

NCT of Delhi

868

866

North West

857

863

North

886

872

North East

875

875

East

865

870

New Delhi

898

884

Central

903

902

West

859

867

South West

846

836

South

888

878

 

 

District wise Child Sex Ratio(0-6)2001-2011

As may be seen, the child sex ratio was lowest in South West district in 2001and not only has it continued to be the lowest in 2011, but also it has fallen further by 10 points.

 

Literacy

State/District

Literacy Rate 2001

Literacy Rate 2011

 

Person

Male

Female

Male Female gap

Person

Male

Female

Male Female gap

India

64.83

75.26

53.67

21.59

74.04

82.14

65.46

16.68

 

NCT of Delhi

81.67

87.33

74.71

12.63

86.34

91.03

80.93

10.10

 

South West

83.61

89.86

75.55

14.31

88.81

93.62

83.07

10.55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Educational Scenario (No. of Schools in the District)

ZONE

DOE

DOE
AIDED

DOE
UNAIDED

MCD

MCD AIDED

MCD UNAIDED

KVS

DCB

JNV

TOTAL

19

21

9

16

18

1

0

4

0

0

69

20

24

7

43

45

0

14

6

6

0

145

21

38

0

89

65

0

45

5

0

0

242

22

45

0

66

67

0

21

1

0

1

201

 

EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE OF DISTRICT SOUTH-WEST

 

Directorate of Education:

Directorate of Education provides Education to all the levels such as primary (Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya and Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya), middle, secondary and senior secondary besides exercising and supervising the standard of Education in all schools under the GNCT of Delhi. The total number of Govt. Schools is 121. In addition the DoE provides Grant-in-aid to schools run by management. The number of Aided School by DoE is 16.

The strength of Unaided recognized schools by DoE in this district is 200 and is much higher than that of Govt. Schools.

Administrative Setup in Directorate of Education at District Level

Regional Director

 

 

Dy. Director of Education (DDE) Dy. Director of Education (DDE)

South West ‘A’ South West B

 

 

 

 

Head of Schools (145)

Educational Administration of Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD)

The MCD was constituted under the Delhi Municipal Corporation Act, 1959. Beside other functions MCD provides education at primary level. There are 191 Primary schools that come under distt. South West that is from Nazafgrah Zone, South Zone, Karol Bagh Zone. There are also 83 MCD unaided recognized schools and 1 MCD recognized aided School of this district:–

 

 

 

 

Educational Administrative set up of MCD at Zonal Level

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Educational Administrative setup of DCB

 

 

The Delhi

 

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Board was set up under the cantonment Act, 1924. The board makes provision for civil amenities including provision of Elementary and Secondary Schooling facilities in areas within its jurisdiction. There are total six schools i.e. 5 Middle and 1 Secondary school which are run by Delhi Cantonment Board (DCB) Management.

 

 

 

 

District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs)

The DIETs were envisioned in the National policy of Education, 1986, and were created by the Government of India. Ministry of Human Resources Development in the early 1990s to strengthen elementary education and support the decentralization of education to the district level under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme on Teacher Education, and following the Guidelines suggested in the ‘Pink Book’ (Government of India, 1989).

Institutional Vision and Identity

The vision for the DIETs that was articulated in the NPE 1986(modified in 1992) was for a strong district institution that would support pre-service and in-service work with teachers (clause 9.6) at the elementary education level. “Within a multi-level framework of educational development, central, state, district and local agencies will participate in planning, co-ordination, monitoring and evaluation” (clause 10.6). To support the universalisation of quality education and achieve quality in adult and life-long education. DIETs were visualized as a way to infuse the system with the following essential inputs:

(i)                  Provision of Pre-service and In-service teacher Education Programmes.

(ii)                Organization District level and State Level Education Researches on issues pertaining to enrollment, retention, achievement, gender parity, proficiency and Drop outs.

(iii)               Facilitating Collaborative Action Researches to enable practicing teachers to address class room issues.

(iv)              Providing Resource Support to Non-Formal Education Sector by extending DIET expertise in developing curriculum and supplementary Learning Materials to adult learners.

District Institute of Education and Training (DIET), has the following academic branches:

1.                  Pre-Service Teacher Education (PSTE)

2.                  Work – Experience (WE)

3.                  District Resource Unit (DRU) for Adult & Non- Formal Education.

4.                  In – Service, Field Interaction, Innovation and Co-ordination (IFIC)

5.                  Curriculum, Material Development and Evaluation (CMDE)

6.                  Educational Technology (ET)

7.                  Planning and Management (P&M)

 

 

EDUCATIONAL STRUCTURE OF DIET

(a)   Academic Structure of DIET

 

 

 

(b)   Administrative Structure of DIET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Linkage of DIET with Other Institutions

The existing linkages of DIET with other concerned organizations are important for synergy and improvement in overall effectiveness and productivity of system.

(a)               Academic Structure of DIET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The existing linkages are quite limited and have considerable scope for expansion through various mechanism like academic visits, joint identification of training and research programmes and their execution whenever desirable and feasible, exchange of developed material and mutual sharing of Experiences through organization of meeting and seminars.

Nature of Academic Programmes in DIET

DIET organizes the following academic programmes every year.

Pre - Service Teacher Education

A two year Diploma Course in Elementary Teacher Education (ETE) is conducted by DIET every year to which admissions are made on the basis of the candidates merit in class XIIth by SCERT. Every year 150 students are admitted to ETE Course. The following activities are also carried out by DIET for the trainees:

1.                  Organisation of orientation programme for ETE first year students.

2.                  Preparing low-cost creative teaching aids.

3.                  Celebration of all national days, festivals, sports day, and other important days to develop in the students as feeling of national unity, integration and understanding of oneness towards the nation.

4.                  Organisation of co-curricular activities.

5.                  Educational excursion and trip in Delhi as well as outside Delhi.

6.                  Organisation of workshop in performing arts and traditional crafts.

7.                  Organisation of community services to inculcate in the students dignity of labour and awareness towards problems of the community.

8.                  Organisation of Inter-house competitions and club-activities.

9.                                                                                                                                                                             Workshop on Gender Sensitization for ETE 1st Year Trainees

10.     Workshop on Use of ICT in Education for ETE II Year Trainees.

11.              Workshop on Foundation courses on Philosophers for ETE I year

12.              Orientation Programme on Inclusive Education for ETE II Year Trainees.

13.              Workshop on English Language Teaching(ELT) for ETE I year

14.              Workshop on Action Research for ETE trainees.

15.              Workshop on Low Cost Teaching Aids for ETE trainees

16.              Workshop on Work Ex. Activities for ETE trainees.

17.              Workshop on First Aid from CATS for ETE II year

18.              Local Educational Excursion and Field Trip for ETE trainees.

19.              Workshop on Microteaching for ETE I year trainees.

20.              Workshop on Theatre in Education

21.              Organisation of Extension Lecture

22.              Educational Tour outside Delhi for ETE II year

23.              One day Orientation programme for H.M’s / Principals regarding SEP.

24.              Workshop on Disaster Management

25.              Inter House Competition

26.              Inter DIET Poster & Slogan Writing Competition

Practice Teaching / School Experience Programme

Practice teaching or School Experience Programme (SEP) is a part of education and training of teachers at Elementary levels. Preparation of trainees for SEP is through various methods i.e. Demonstration lessons by teachers, simulated Teaching, Micro – teaching, as well as a combination of all the above methods also emphasis on development of competencies in the actual work situation.

Evaluation

The evaluation / Examination is a part of training programme of teachers at elementary levels. The trainees are required to fulfil minimum attendance requirement i.e. 85% and are subjected to evaluation internally as well as externally in theory papers, practical work and teaching practice.

In-service Teacher Education

According to National Policy on Education NPE (1986), “Teacher Education is a continuous process and its pre-service and in-service components are inseparable”. While pre-service education is preparatory, the school experiences and the in-service education contributes to mature professional growth of the teachers.

The need for in-service education of teachers lies in the changes in educational, structure, curriculum transactional techniques, evaluation system, management process and the teachers desire for refreshing and updating their knowledge. The professional survival and growth of teachers, at least in part, is related to the coverage, quality content and delivery of in-service training programmes.

Planning of In-service Education Programme

The whole process of in-service training is carried out in a systematic manner and its various stages comprise identification of training needs, preparation of training design, identification of resource persons, preparation of training material, transaction of training and its evaluation.

The major objectives of In-service teacher education programme are:-

(1)                  Enabling the participants to understand the assumptions underlying existing curricular and syllabi.

(2)                  Helping the teacher to develop necessary skills for effective transaction of curriculum.

(3)                  Sensitizing the participants about their role and functions particularly in the context of NCF 2005.

(4)                  Familiarizing the participants with the latest developments in educational technology and techniques of pupil evaluation based on CCE.

(5)                  Sharing experiences and ideas with the participants in order to obtain necessary feedback for further improvement in the educational system.

(6)                  Familiarization with the planning and administration related subjects in respect of school / educational set-up.

(7)                  To enable the teachers to make use of interactive style of teaching, leading to development of student’s creativity.

After finalizing the number of programmes and their duration, a workshop is conducted to develop course designs. (With consideration of teachers needs).

A variety of training strategies such as group discussions, panel discussions, activity methods, demonstrations, experimentation, film shows, field trips and surveys are adopted to impart training to teachers.

After each programme an evaluation Proforma is given to the participants to ascertain their reactions and observations which are utilized for improving the future programmes.

The curriculum of in-service programme comprises of two broad components covering general and subject specific areas. The general area in education includes, NCF-2005, Inclusive Edu., RTE, Rubrics CCE, substance Abuse, YUVA-SLP, Motivation, Innovative Pedagogies / Practices, ICT in Edu.

 

Value education action research and content:

(1)               Two weeks training for primary teachers and TGT’s of district.

(2)               5 days training for developing of Master Resource Persons.

(3)               5 days training for SMC members.

(4)               Two weeks training for ICT in Education for teachers and principals.

(5)               Induction level training for newly recruited teachers.

(6)               Training for Special Educators.

(7)               Capacity building progarmme for the principals.

(8)               INSET training for BURC and CRC’s.

Reading material in the form of modules on various topics included in the course design, are supplied to the participants.

Strengthening of DIET

Improvement plants for DIETs

Special attention be focused on the following:-

(1)         Improvement of Libraries.

(2)         Providing Computer Facilities with internal for faculty and trainees.

(3)         Networking and sharing among DIETs and other institutes on professional issues.

(4)         DIET website and faculty forum

(5)         Establishment of district resource center / Teacher Learning Center.

 

Faculty Development Strategies

(1)         Teacher educators are encouraged to act as resource person, experts for text book writing etc.

(2)         Teacher educators be provided faculty development allowance for books, journal and other stationary material.

(3)         Providing opportunities for short courses, diplomas or certificate courses.

(4)         Faculty should be encouraged to do higher education courses like M-Phil/ Ph.D. etc.

(5)         Involving of faculty in seminar, workshops and study tour.

(6)         Faculty must be involved in carrying out research and publication.

(7)         For this the faculty of DIETs may avail study leave and fellowship etc.

Material Development

(1)         To develop teaching learning material useful for teacher as well as students.

(2)         To enhance pre-primary education by providing teaching – learning material to the teachers.

(3)         The DIET may publish or create online DIET magazine or e-newsletter etc.

(4)         Modules / Manuals for action research, low cost teaching material, CCE, disaster management etc.

(5)         Self learning module for the teachers of the learning centers working for bridging the gaps of children for mainstreaming.

(6)         Development of Teaching Learning Material, Resource Book for activity based teaching at primary level.

(7)         Collection and organization of local material based on a variety of themes like local history of area, moments, flora , festival, cultural events, songs, poem, folk tales, stories, crafts etc.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Annexure-I

No. of Block Urban Resource Centre (BURC) in district South West

Sr. No.

Zone

Name of BURCC

Office Add.

1

19, (Additional charge Zone-21)

Ms. Meena Kashyap

DIET Moti Bagh

2.

22 (Additional charge Zone-20)

Ms. Komal Chopra

GGSSS No.-1, Najafgarh

 

 

Annexure-II

No. of Cluster Resource Centre (CRC) in district South West

Sr. No.

Zone

Name of CRCC

Cluster Centre

1

 

20

Mr. Narender Singh Yadav

MCPS Boys Mahipalpur

2

 

22

Mrs. Sujata

MCPS Gopal Nagar

3

 

19

Mr. Naresh Kumar

MCPS Sec-2 R.K. Puram

4

 

21

Mrs. Harjeet Kaur

MCPS Palam Village

5

 

21

Mr. J.C. Sharma

RPVV Sec-10- Dwarka

6

 

22

Mr. S.K. Sharma

MCPS New Roshan Pura

7

20

 

Mrs. Hemlata Bhatia

SBV Naraina 1st Shift

8

22

Mr. Hukum Chand

MCPS Ghumanhera

 

9

 

19

Mr. Samsher Singh

SKV No.-1, Sarojini Nagar

 

10

 

21

Mr. R.S. Mehta

GBSSS Shahbad Md. Pur

11

 

21

Mr. Braj Bhushana Arya

SBV Bijwasan

12

 

22

Mr. R.K. Dabas

SV Daulat Pur

 

 

13

 

22

Mr. P.C. Saini

SV Surhera

14

 

20

Mr. Tarlok Chand

MCPS G- Block Naraina

15

 

22

Mrs. Bimla Devi

GGSSS No.-1, Najafgarh

16

 

21

Mr. A.S. Bisht

Govt. Co-Ed SSS Pochan Pur

17

 

21

Mr. Narender Kaushik

Govt. Co-ed SSS Sec-6, Dwarka

 

Annexure-III

LIST OF COLLEGES IN DISTRICT (SOUTH –WEST)

1)      J.N.U. University

2)      Bhagini Nivedita College for Women Kair, (Near Najafgarh) – DU

3)      Bhaskaracharya College of applied science Dwarka) – DU

4)      Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College Dhaula Kuan – DU

5)      Motilal Nehru College, Bentio Juaraz Road (Morning) – DU

6)      Motilal Nehru College, Bentio Juaraz Road (Evening) – DU

7)      Ram Lal Anand College, Bentio Juaraz Road, (Morning) – DU

8)      Ram Lal Anand College, Bentio Juaraz Road, (Evening) – DU

9)      Sri Venkateshwar College, Dhaula Kuan, South Campus – DU

10)  Bhartiya College for Girls

11)  Janki Devi Memorial College, Poorvi Marg, New Delhi – 110060.

12)  Instt. Of Information & Communication, University of Delhi, (South Delhi Campus), Benitojuaz Road, New Delhi – 110021.

 

Annexure-IV

LIST OF PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES IN DISTRICT (SOUTH-WEST)

1)      Netaji Subash College of Engineering, Dwarka, Sec – 3 – D.U.

2)      Vardhman Mahavir Medical College, Safadarjung – I.P

3)      Amith School of Engg & Technology 580, Delhi Palam, Vihar Road – I.P.

4)      Institute of Higher Education (B.Ed) Sec – XII, D.P.S, Complex, R.K.Puram, I.P

5)      Institute of Information Technology and Management D – 29, Institutional Area Janak Puri, (B.C.A) I.P.

6)      Lal Bahadur Shashtri Institute of Management Sec – 3, R.K. Puram I.P

7)      R.C. Institute of Technology, Gopal Nagar, Najafgrah, I.P.

8)      I.T.I Jaffar Pur Kalan, Najafgrah

9)      I.T.I Pusa Institute Pusa

10)  Dr. B.R. Sur Homeopathic Medical College and Hospital and Research Center Nanak Pura, Moti Bagh, New Delhi – 110021.

11)  Apeejay School of Marketing, Sector – 8, Institutional Area, Dwarka, New Delhi – 110045.

12)  Army Institute of Educational, Ring Road, Kendhar Line, Delhi Cantt, New Delhi.

13)  Jagannth International Management School, OCF, Pocket – 9, Sector – B, Vasant Kunj, N.D – 110070.

14)  TVB School of Habitat Studies, Sector-D, Pocket-2, Vasant Kunj, N. Delhi-110070.

15)  Institute of Applied Sciences Sector – 2, Pocket – 2, Dwarka, New Delhi.

16)  Shri Ram Institute of JBT, Gopal Nagar, Najafgarh.

17)  Banarsi Das Chandi Wala, Institute of Management, Sector-11, Dwarka near Metro Station.

18)  Medical Council of India Pocket-14, Sector-8, Dwarka, New Delhi- 110045.

19)  National Malaria Research Center, Pocket-14, Sector-8, Dwarka, N.D. 110045

20)  CCERT Sector-7, Dwarka near Ram Phal Chowk.

21)  Intellectual Property India Sec. 14 Dwarka

22)  Integrated Institute of Technology Sec. 9 Dwarka

23)  Dispensary, Govt. of NCTD Raj Nagar II Palam

24)  DIET, Ghummanhera

 

Annexure-V

List of ECCE centers in district South West

List of ECCE centers in DoE

 

S.No

Name of School Site

Students enrolled

1

GSV SBV No.1, Sarojini Nagar

51

2

SV Sec 2, R.K.Puram

36

3

S.B. Co-Ed SSS, Moti Bagh II Nanakpura

40

4

S Co-Ed SSS, Netaji Nagar

37

5

SBV Naraina

38

6

SKV Mahipalpur

25

7

SKV Ghittorni

39

8

SKV Naraina

24

9

SV No.3, Sec - 7, R.K.Puram

38

10

SBV, Vijay Enclave

30

11

SKV, No.2, Sagarpur

67

12

SKV, No.2, Palam Village

30

13

SBV, No.2 Palam Enclave

27

14

SKV Rajnagar Part – I

29

15

SKV Rajnagar Part – II

38

16

SV Dharampura

30

List of ECCE Centers in MCD

 

1

MCPS R.K. Puram, Sect – 12

26

2

MCPS R.K. Puram, Sect – 12

26

3

MCPS Girls Vasant Gaon

28

4

MCPS Jhatikara

30

5

MCPS Ghitorni (Girls)

46

6

MCPS Ghitorni (Boys)

Article Available

7

MCPS Shabad Mohdpur (Boys)

23

8

MCPS Ghasipur

43

9

MCPS Ghasipur

42

10

MCPS Bijwasan (Boys)

49

11

MCPS Bijwasan (Boys)

Article Available

12

MCPS Smalka (Girls)

36

13

MCPS Smalka (Girls)

32

14

MCPS Krishangarh

37

15

MCPS Krishangarh

38

16

MCPS Kapashera (Boys) – 1

45

17

MCPS Kapashera (Boys) – 1

39

18

MCPS Samalka (Boys)

39

19

MCPS Samalka (Boys)

32

20

MCPS Palam Village (Girls)

37

21

MCPS Palam Village (Girls)

Article Available

22

MCPS Qutab Vihar

37

23

MCPS Qutab Vihar

31

24

MCPS Dabri (Girls)

41

25

MCPS Dabri (Girls)

44

26

MCPS Mangla Puri (Girls)

38

27

MCPS Mangla Puri (Girls)

38

28

MCPS Nangli Sakarwati

33

29

MCPS Nangli Sakarwati

34

30

MCPS Masoodpur

36

31

MCPS Masoodpur

34

32

MCPS Gopal Nagar

22

33

MCPS Gopal Nagar

22

34

MCPS New Roshanpura

32

35

MCPS New Roshanpura

28

36

MCPS Bamnoli

27

37

MCPS Bamnoli

28

List of ECCE Centers in DCB

 

1

DCB Secondary, DID Delhi Cantt.

33

Total

1785

 

 

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Last Updated : 23 Mar,2014