Delhi

SDMC schools get new infrastructure

Includes a two-storey building, 6 rooms

South Delhi Mayor, Narendra Chawla and Member of Parliament Pravesh Sahib Singh on February 16 inaugurated new infrastructure for schools of the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC) in its west zone.

A newly constructed building, part of an SDMC nursery school in Basai Darapur, and six additional rooms at a primary school in Chand Nagar were inaugurated.

Education Committee Chairperson Nadani Sharma said that the two-storey nursery building, which has six rooms, one activity room and separate toilets for differently abled children, was constructed at a cost of ₹101 lakh. The six newly constructed rooms in the Chand Nagar school, including five class rooms and one big hall were built at a cost of ₹115 lakh. Ms. Sharma added that both the new constructions were equipped with rainwater harvesting systems and drinking water facility.

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