Liluah - Education

Education

  • Don Bosco High and Technical School Liluah. Commonly abbreviated as DBL, this school was set up in 1937 by the salesians of Don Bosco mainly to train the local Christian population so that they could get jobs at the Liluah Railway Carriage and Wagon Workshop. The school has won the Telegraph School of the Year awards for three times and is only the fourth school ever in Kolkata to enter the Hall of Fame. DBL celebrated its Platinum Jubilee on 8 December 2012.
  • M.C. Kejriwal Vidyapeeth
  • Agrasain Balika Siksha Sadan
  • Agrasain Boys School
  • St. Denis School
  • Sudhir Memorial Institute
  • Sunrise (English Medium) School
  • Rosebud School
  • I.P. Memorial School
  • Gurukul School
  • MCKV institute of Engineering
  • Mirpara Don Bosco Self Employment Research Institute(D.B.S.E.R.I)

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