Learning Begins With Us
Dau Dayal Educational Institutions began with a Bal Mandir, in the year 1962 by Shri S G Chandra, a renowned industrialist and philanthropist of Northern India to promote women’s education. Bal Mandir grew into an Inter College (12th Standard) school where now more than 2000 girls are educated in 2 shifts due to a shortage of classroom space.
Dau Dayal Mahila Education Society, formed & registered under the Societies Act 1860, is a non-profit making charitable organization, dedicated to the promotion of women’s education and upliftment. It is now running 3 educational institutions, in 3 separate Campuses, where about 4000 girls are receiving education in School, College and Teachers Training.
Dau Dayal School at a Glance
Partnering with Edu-GIRLS has allowed Dau Dayal Girls School to bridge the inequity that exists in education between the government and the private sector schools. We are now able to deliver education that will transform the lives of our students. –
Mala Rastogi, President, Dau Dayal Mahila Mahavidyalaya Society
The Dau Dayal Girls School aims at offering all our students a broad and balanced curriculum that provides rewarding and stimulating activities to prepare them for the best social and cultural life.
Digital learning through personal tablets, wi-fi campus., Digital training by experts.
Low teacher-student ratio, smart class technology and extracurricular activities.
Increased language proficiency for better performance on School Board exams.
The study that encourages scientific reasoning, discoveries and inventions.
Safe & Free Transport
Largely all-female campus, with safe and time saving transportation by school buses.
We provide free daily nutritious mid-day snacks/fruits in school.
Our Co-curricular Activities
Shally Bhalla joined the DAU DAYAL SCHOOL as Board Advisor in July 2020. Born in Kenya, with Indian heritage Shally has extensive experience of senior leadership across the private sector within the oil and gas industry. Given her understanding of the geopolitical landscape and experience she advises the school from a place of empathy and understanding of the economic, cultural and the social challenges in a diverse country as India.