Delhi Nursery admission: First list to be out on March 20; process to close by March 31, says Directorate of Education.

PTI | New Delhi | Updated: 10-02-2021 11:29 IST | Created: 10-02-2021 11:29 IST
Delhi Nursery admission: First list to be out on March 20; process to close by March 31, says Directorate of Education.

Delhi Nursery admission: First list to be out on March 20; process to close by March 31, says Directorate of Education.

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