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“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

Our Facilities

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

Digital learning through personal tablets, wi-fi campus., Digital training by experts.

Quality Education

Low teacher-student ratio, smart class technology and extracurricular activities.

English Curriculum

Increased language proficiency for better performance on School Board exams.

My Voice

Weekly confidence building Public Speaking and communication skills.

Focus on Last Quartile

In keeping with our vision each and every student is important for us.

Sports

Our students enjoy wining medals in Badminton and Martial Art.

Educational Support Program

Encourages student to build deeper foundations from the start.

Safe & Free Transport

Largely all-female campus, with safe and time saving transportation by school buses.

Daily Feeding Program(DFP)

We provide free daily nutritious mid-day meal in school by Daily Feeding Program.

Tours and Excursions

Explore the world beyond classrooms with our enriching tours and excursions.

Summer Camp

Embark on a summer adventures filled with learning, laughter, and lifelong friendships.

Special Assemblies

Join us for inspiring and memorable moments; where we celebrate achievements, foster unity.

Board Advisors

NISHA AGRAWAL

NISHA AGRAWAL is an economist who has worked on poverty, inequality and social development issues for more than thirty years. She was the first CEO of Oxfam India for ten years from 2008-18. Prior to that, she worked with the World Bank for almost twenty years. She has extensive experience working in countries in the East Asia Region (especially Cambodia, Vietnam and Indonesia) and in the East Africa Region (Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda). Prior to that, for four years, Nisha was a research associate at the Impact Research Centre at Melbourne University in Australia. She has a PhD in economics from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, and an MA in economics from the Delhi School of Economics. Nisha is an active member of civil society networks and organizations promoting social justice, with a special interest in promoting gender equality.

VANDANA PAMECHA

VANDANA PAMECHA

CEO – Edu-GIRLS

Former Vice-President – FranConnect

ADITYA NARAIN

ADITYA NARAIN

Director – Edu-GIRLS

Former Deputy Director

International Monetary Fund

NEEL ADHIRAJ KUMAR

NEEL ADHIRAJ an educator, facilitator, and learner who works with children and adults, students and teachers. His aim to create an education that is experiential, holistic, and learner-centric, and develops reflective and independent learning skills.

Neel have worked on developing educational technology, designing curriculum, teaching at both elementary and secondary levels, and teacher education. He was a Teach For India Fellow working in a Government Girls Senior Secondary School in Delhi for 2 years. He have taught English, Maths, Science, and Social Science in the classroom, tutored individual students, instructed summer camps in debate and public speaking, facilitated Social Emotional Ethical Learning (SEEL) circles, and led experiential education experiences in both India and the United States.

POONAM GUPTA

POONAM GUPTA 

Finance Director- Dau Dayal Institutions

Former CEO – GoDelhi

SHALLY BHALLA

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.

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