Atomic Energy Central School

The Atomic Energy Central School (AECS) is a chain of schools run by the AEES (Atomic Energy Education Society), Mumbai, India, for the children of employees of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE), India. The school has 30 branches at 16 locations throughout India. This article describes schools located at Mumbai, Tarapur, Maharashtra, Narora (UP), Kalpakkam(Tamil Nadu). RawatBhata (Rajasthan), Jaduguda (Jharkhand), Kakrapar (Gujarat), Kaiga (Karnataka), Manguru (Andhra Pradesh), Kudankulam (TN), Hyderabad, Indore (Madhya Pradesh), Mysore (Karnataka), OSCOM (Chatrapur, Orissa) and Manuguru.

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