Malda Railway High School
|Malda Railway High School|
Station Road, Jhaljhalia
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|Established||3 January 1966|
|Category||Madhyamik, Higher secondary|
|Headmaster||Ashis Mandal (T.I.C)|
|Affiliations||WBBSE & WBCHSE|
Malda Railway High School is higher secondary school with arts and science.
The school was established in 1966.
It is situated at the Railway Type1 Colony, P.O.-Jhaljhalia, Dist:Malda of English Bazar municipality of Malda district, India.
In 2018, Indian Railways announced its intent to withdraw support for its Railway Schools after 2018–19. Later, it revised its position, announcing support for schools with fifteen to twenty wards of railway employees.
- Education in India
- List of schools in India
- Education in West Bengal
- "Malda Railway High School". Archived from the original on 21 April 2016. Retrieved 18 Feb 2017. Unknown parameter
- Arockiaraj, D Vincent (18 May 2018). "Railway does U-turn, gives green signal to run schools". Times of India. Retrieved 29 January 2019.
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