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DoE organises draw to fill seats in entry level classes in schools

There were close to 14,000 vacant seats in 1700 private unaided recognised schools in the national capital

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The Directorate of Education (DoE) Tuesday organised a computerised draw to fill vacant seats in the entry level classes in private schools under the EWS/DG category, PTI reports.

There were close to 14,000 vacant seats in 1700 private unaided recognised schools in the national capital.

The draw for admission to nursery, KG and Class 1 was held for 8200 seats for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Disadvantaged Group (DG) category.

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