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List of Schools in Islam Nagar, Ups Dhoti Cluster (Sangod Block), Kota, Rajasthan | Academic & Facilities Details of All Govt. & Private (Primary, Secondary, High) School
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List of Schools in Islam Nagar, Ups Dhoti Cluster
|List of Cluster in Sangod Blocks (Tehsil)
|Aanwa, Ggups Aanwa
||Atrali, Gups, Mandap
|Bachi Heda, Gups, Hingoniya
||Bandha, Gups, Kurad
|Bapawar Kurd, Gups Labaniya
|Borda, Gups Digod
||Borina Khurd Gups, Borinakalan
|Dabari Kalan, Gups, Dillipur
|Dungar Pur, Gups Latoori
||Genhukhedi Gups Khadiya
|Ghana Heda, Ups, Ghanheda
||Ghatoliya, Ups, Kundanpur
|Islam Nagar, Ups Dhoti
|Jogdi, Gups, Hingi
|Khajoori Devli, Ups
||Kheda Kisanpura, Ups, Basiyahedi
|Khjoori Odhpur, Gups, Amrit Kunw
||Lasediyakalan, Gu. P.S Kamolar
|Laxmipura, Gups, Khuradiya Khurd
||Madhopur, Ups, Jalimpura
|Mohan Pura Gps Danta
||Moi Khurd, G.U. Ps, Kishanpura
|Moru Khurd Gps
||Nayagaw Gups Dhulet
|Odiya Basti Moi Kalan, Gps
|Rajgar, Gups, Mandita
|Sangod Ward 12, Gps
|Toliya, Ups, Lodaheda
|Urna, Ups, Khjurana
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