Best Tourist Places to Visit in Jaipur

Jaipur, also known as the Pink City, is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. The city is the capital of Rajasthan, and is known for its rich history, culture, and architecture. With its beautiful palaces, forts, temples, and markets, Jaipur is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Indian culture and history.

One of the main attractions in Jaipur is the Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of the Winds. This five-story palace was built in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh, and is known for its intricate pink sandstone facade and latticed windows. The palace was originally built for the royal women of the court, who could watch the street festivals and processions below without being seen themselves.

Another popular attraction in Jaipur is the City Palace. This palace complex is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, and is home to a number of museums, courtyards, and gardens. The palace also houses the famous Peacock Gate, which is adorned with intricate peacock designs.

The Jal Mahal is another popular attraction in Jaipur, it is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. The palace is a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, and is a popular spot for boat rides and picnics.

Jaipur is also famous for its colorful markets, known as bazaars. These markets are known for their traditional Rajasthani textiles, handicrafts, and jewelry. Some popular markets in Jaipur include the Johari Bazaar, the Bapu Bazaar, and the Tripolia Bazaar.

In conclusion, Jaipur is a city full of culture, history, and architecture. It is a perfect destination for tourists who are looking to experience the rich heritage of India. With its palaces, forts, temples, and markets, Jaipur is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Indian culture and history.

Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, is known for its rich history and culture, which is reflected in the various tourist attractions in the city.

1.Amber Fort – The Amber Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Jaipur. The fort is a beautiful blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, and is known for its intricate carvings and mirror work. Visitors can take an elephant ride to the top of the fort to enjoy the stunning views.

2.Jal Mahal – Jal Mahal is a palace located in the middle of the Man Sagar Lake. The palace is a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture, and is a popular spot for boat rides and picnics.

3.Hawa Mahal – The Hawa Mahal, also known as the Palace of the Winds, is a five-story palace known for its intricate pink sandstone facade and latticed windows. It was built in 1799 by Sawai Pratap Singh.

4.City Palace – The City Palace is a palace complex that is a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture. It houses a number of museums, courtyards, and gardens, including the famous Peacock Gate, which is adorned with intricate peacock designs.

5.Jantar Mantar – The Jantar Mantar is an observatory built in the 18th century by Sawai Jai Singh II, the founder of Jaipur. It is a collection of nineteen architectural astronomical instruments and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

6.Jaigarh Fort – Jaigarh Fort is a large fort located on the hilltop and is known for its beautiful architecture and stunning views. The fort is also home to the world's largest cannon on wheels, the "Jaivan".

7.Albert Hall Museum – The Albert Hall Museum is the oldest museum in Rajasthan, it's known for its collection of art, artifacts, and antiques from all over the world.

8.The Birla Temple – The Birla Temple is a Hindu temple, it is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings, it's a perfect place to experience the spiritual side of Jaipur.

9.The Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh – The Sisodia Rani Ka Bagh is a beautiful garden and palace complex, it's known for its beautiful fountains, flower beds, and green lawns.

10.Chokhi Dhani – Chokhi Dhani is a traditional Rajasthani village resort that offers a glimpse of the rural lifestyle of Rajasthan. It is known for its cultural activities, food, and accommodation.

These are some of the most popular tourist attractions in Jaipur, but the city has much more to offer. From palaces and forts, to temples and gardens, Jaipur is a perfect destination for those interested in culture, history, and architecture.


Highlights of Union Budget 2021-22.


1. First digital Budget in the history of India

2. Vehicle Scrapping Policy. Vehicle Fitness Test after 20 years in case of Personal vehicle and 15 years in case of commercial vehicles

3. 64,180 crores allocated for New Health Schemes

4. 35,000 crores allocated for Covid Vaccine

5. 7 Mega Textile Investment parks will be launched in 3 years

6. 5.54 lakh crore provided for Capital Expenditure

7. 1.18 lakh crore for Ministry of Roads

8. 1.10 lakh crore allocated to Railways

9. Proposal to amend Insurance Act. Proposal to increase FDI from 49% to 74 %. 

10. Deposit Insurance cover (DICGC Act 1961 to be amended). Easy and time bound access of deposits to help depositors of stress banks.

11. Proposal to revive definition of ‘Small Companies’ under Companies Act 2013. Capital  less than 2 Cr. and Turnover Less than 20 Cr.

12. Disinvestment: IPO of LIC, Announced Disinvestment of Companies will be completed in FY 2021-22

Direct and Indirect Tax

1. Senior Citizens: Reduced Compliance burden. 75 years and above. Proposal not to file ITR if only pension income and interest income. 

2. Reduction in time for IT Proceedings: Reopening of Assessments period reduced from 6 years to 3 years except in cases of serious tax evasion cases

3. Proposal to constitute ‘Dispute Resolution Committee’. (Taxable income 50 lakhs and disputed income 10 lakh).

4. National Faceless Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Centre

5. Relaxations to NRI: Propose to notify rules for removing hardship for double taxation.

6. Tax Audit Limit: Proposal of tax audit increased from 5 Cr. to 10 cr. (Only for 95%  digitized payments business)

7. Propose to provide relief on advance tax liability on dividend income.

8. Propose to include tax holidays for Aircraft leasing companies

9. Prefiling of returns (Salary, Tax payments, TDS etc.)  Details of Capital gains from listed Securities, dividend income, etc. will be prefilled

10. Small Charitable Trusts. Increased from 1 crore to 5 crores (Compliance limit)

11. Late deposit of employee’s contribution by employer will not be allowed as deduction

12. Incentive to startup: Tax holiday exemption for one more year

13. Duties reduced on various textile, chemicals and other products

14. Gold and Silver (BCD reduced)

15. Agriculture Products: Custom duty increased on cottons, silks, alcohol etc.


List of the 5 Biggest Dams in Rajasthan

List of the 5 Biggest Dams of Rajasthan

List of 5 Biggest Dams in Rajasthan

The Rajasthan has major river system in India such as Banas River, Jawai River and the Chambal River, These Rivers of Rajasthan are lifeline for drinking water in the state. Rajasthan is India’s largest state by area and home to one of the largest desert in the world. This Article focuses on the 5 Biggest and famous Dams of Rajasthan. Here we go : 

Bisalpur Dam

Bisalpur Dam in Tonk Rajasthan

Bisalpur Dam is a gravity dam which is placed in Tonk district and major source of drinking water supply to Jaipur. Bisalpur Dam is one of the most famous dam in Rajasthan and beautiful attraction in the region. With the height of 40 meters constructed in 1999 across the Banas River it is a major source of drinking water supply. The construction of the dam was completed in two phases. Phase 1 aimed at the water supply to the villagers, while Phase 2 focused on improving the irrigation facilities.

Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam

Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam Banswara Rajasthan

Also Read: List of National Parks in Rajasthan

The Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam is the second largest dam in Rajasthan and is built across Mahi River, 16 kilometers from Banswara. Named after Shri Jamnalal Bajaj, the 43-meter high dam was constructed for the purpose of water supply and hydroelectricity power generation. The Mahi Bajaj Sagar Dam construction began in 1972 and the dam opened in 1983. The power station is operational since 1986.

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam in Rawatbhata Rajasthan

Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is one of the major dams built on Chambal River, located in Rawatbhata in Rajasthan. With the height of 53.8 meters is the second largest dam built on Chambal River. The renowned Ranapratap Sagar gravity masonry dam is second largest dam on Chambal River and one of the major dam of Chambal Valley Project.

The Rana Pratap Sagar Dam is also chosen for Chambal Valley project, a government initiative for the development of the river. There is a power station at the dam toe for the generation of hydropower which was officially open in February 1970. The dam and the power plant got their name from the warrior Maharana Pratap of Rajasthan.

Meja Dam

Meja Dam in Bhilwara Rajasthan

The Meja Dam in the Mewar region is the biggest dam of Bhilwara, Rajasthan and the lake is home to number of mammals and birds. The Dam is located 20 km away from Bhilwara city and surrounding area is famous for its natural green mount park.

Jawai Dam

Jawai Dam in Sumerpur Pali Rajasthan

The Jawai Dam is biggest dam in the western Rajasthan. The Dam is constructed between 1946 to 1957 over the Jawai River near Sumerpur town in Pali District. The hills around Jawai dam are famous for Indian leopards and jungle cats. The Dam is major water supplier for Jodhpur city and parts of Pali district.

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Website Launched by MSMEs Ministry for MSMEs

The new Process of MSME Registration takes off in the country in the name of  Udyam Registration from 1st July, 2020 as declared earlier;

www.udyamregistration.gov.in - a new portal for Udyam Registration launched by the MSME Ministry;
The portal guides the entrepreneurs step by step as to what they should know, what they should do;
Government has organized a full system of Facilitation for Registration Process;

As already declared by the Ministry of MSME, the new process of Classification and Registration of enterprises is starting from 1st July, 2020. An enterprise for this purpose will be known as 'Udyam' and its Registration Process will be known as 'Udyam Registration'.

MSME registration process is fully online, paperless and based on self-declaration. No documents or proofs are required to be uploaded for registering an MSME;
Adhaar Number will be required for registration;
A Registration number will be given after registration;

After completion of the process of registration, an Udyam Registration Certificate will be issued;
This certificate will have a dynamic QR Code from which the web page on our Portal and details about the enterprise can be accessed;

There will be no need for renewal of Registration; 

PAN & GST linked details on investment and turnover of enterprises will be taken automatically from the respective Government data bases;
MSME Ministry's  online system will be fully integrated with Income Tax and GSTIN systems;
Those who have EM-II or UAM registration or any other registration issued by any authority under the Ministry of MSME, will also have to re-register themselves;

No enterprise is supposed to file more than one Udyam Registration. However, any number of activities including manufacturing or service or both may be specified or added in one Registration;
Government 's Facilitation mechanism in the name of single window systems at Champions Control Rooms and at DICs will help people in this process;

Registration Process is totally free. No Costs or Fees are to be paid in this regard. 

This process will be extremely simple,  seamless entrepreneur friendly. It will set an example in Ease of Doing Business, not only in India but internationally. It will reduce transaction time and costs. Entrepreneurs and Enterprises can focus on their real work and become globally competitive



PM Modi Launches CHAMPIONS: Technology Platform to empower MSMEs

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today launched the technology platform CHAMPIONS which
stands for Creation and Harmonious Application of Modern Processes for Increasing the Output and
National Strength.

As the name suggests,the portal is basically for making the smaller units big by solving their
grievances, encouraging, supporting, helping and hand holding. It is a real one-stop-shop solution of
MSME Ministry.

This ICT based system is set up to help the MSMEs in present difficult situation and also to handhold
them to become national and international champions.

Detailed Objectives of CHAMPIONS:

i. Grievance Redressal: To resolve the problems of MSMEs including those of finance, raw
materials, labor, regulatory permissions etc particularly in the Covid created difficult situation;
ii. To help them capture new opportunities: including manufacturing of medical equipment's
and accessories like PPEs, masks, etc and supply them in National and International markets;
iii. To identify and encourage the sparks: i.e. the potential MSMEs who are able to withstand
the current situation and can become national and international champions.

It is a technology packed control room-cum-management information system. In addition to ICT
tools including telephone, internet and video conference, the system is enabled by Artificial
Intelligence, Data Analytics and Machine Learning. It is also fully integrated on real time basis with
GOI’s main grievances portal CPGRAMS and MSME Ministry’s own other web based mechanisms.
The entire ICT architecture is created in house with the help of NIC in no cost. Similarly, the physical
infrastructure is created in one of ministry’s dumping rooms in a record time.

As part of the system a network of control rooms is created in a Hub &Spoke Model. The Hub is
situated in New Delhi in the Secretary MSME’s office. The spokes are in the States in various offices
and institutions of MSME Ministry. As of now, 66 state level control rooms are created and made
functional. They are connected through video conference also in addition to the portal of Champions.
A detailed standard operating procedure (SOP) has been issue to the officers and staff have been
deployed and training has been conducted for them.

On this occasion, Minister of MSME and Road Transport and Highways Shri Nitin Gadakari was also

Source : PIB Delhi


Know all about structural reforms across eight sectors paving the path for Aatma Nirbhar Bharat

Structural Reforms for Aatm Nibhar Bharat

In her opening remarks, the Union Finance & Corporate Affairs Minister Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman said that structural reforms are the focus for the press conference. She said that many sectors need policy simplification, to make it simpler for people to understand what sector can give, participate in activities & bring transparency. Once we decongest the sectors, we can boost the sector, for growth, the Finance Minister added.

The Finance Minister further said that Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has very strong record in taking up deep systemic reforms citing Direct Benefit Transfer enabled giving money directly to people, GST brought in One Nation, One Market, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC) resolved insolvency issues and steps taken for Ease of Doing Business.

During her press conference, Smt. Sitharaman outlined the need for Policy reforms to fast track investments and the steps taken by the Government in this regard. She stated that fast track clearance is being done through Empowered Group of Secretaries, a Project Development Cell would be set up in each Ministry to prepare investable projects and coordinate with investors and Central and State governments.  

The Finance Minister announced following policy reforms to fast track investment in an effort towards Aatma Nirbhar Bharat :

a. There will be fast tracking of investment clearance through Empowered Group of Secretaries.
b. Project Development Cell will be constituted in each Ministry to prepare investible projects, coordinate with investors and Central/State Governments.
c. There will be ranking of States on investment attractiveness to compete for new investment.
d. Incentive schemes for promotion of new champion sectors will be launched in sectors such as solar PV manufacturing; advanced cell battery storage etc.

Smt. Sitharaman also announced that a scheme will be implemented in States through challenge mode for Industrial Cluster Upgradation of common infrastructure facilities and connectivity. There will be availability of industrial land/land banks for promoting new investments and making information available on Industrial Information System (IIS) with GIS mapping. 3376 Industrial Parks/ Estates/SEZs in five lakh hectares are mapped on IIS. All Industrial Parks will be ranked during 2020-21.

The Finance Minister today announced the following structural reforms in the eight sectors of Coal, Minerals, Defence production, Civil Aviation, Power Sector, Social Infrastructure, Space and Atomic energy. The details are as follows:


1. Introduction of Commercial Mining in Coal Sector

The Government will introduce competition, transparency and private sector participation in the Coal Sector through:
a. A revenue sharing mechanism instead of regime of fixed Rupee/tonne. Any party can bid for a coal block and sell in the open market.
b. Entry norms will be liberalised. Nearly 50 Blocks will be offered immediately. There will not be any eligibility conditions, only upfront payment with a ceiling will be provided.
c. There will be exploration-cum-production regime for partially explored blocks against earlier provision of auction of fully explored coal blocks. This will allow private sector participation in exploration.
d. Production earlier than scheduled will be incentivized through rebate in revenue-share.

2.    Diversified Opportunities in Coal Sector

a. Coal Gasification / Liquefication will be incentivised through rebate in revenue share. This will result in significantly lower environment impact and also assist India in switching to a gas-based economy.
b. Infrastructure development of Rs. 50,000 crore will be done for evacuation of enhanced Coal India Limited’s (CIL) target of 1 billion tons coal production by 2023-24 plus coal production from private blocks. This will include Rs 18,000 crore worth of investment in mechanised transfer of coal (conveyor belts) from mines to railway sidings. This measure will also help reduce environmental impact.

3.    Liberalised Regime in Coal Sector

a. Coal Bed Methane (CBM) extraction rights will be auctioned from Coal India Limited’s (CIL) coal mines.
b. Ease of Doing Business measures, such as Mining Plan simplification, will be taken. This will allow for automatic 40% increase in annual production.
c. Concessions in commercial terms given to CIL’s consumers (relief worth Rs 5,000 crore offered). Reserve price in auctions for non-power consumers reduced, credit terms eased, and lifting period has been enhanced.


1. Enhancing Private Investments in the Mineral Sector

There will be structural reforms to boost growth, employment and bring state-of-the-art technology especially in exploration through:
a. Introduction of a seamless composite exploration-cum-mining-cum-production regime.
b. 500 mining blocks would be offered through an open and transparent auction process.
c. Joint Auction of Bauxite and Coal mineral blocks to enhance Aluminum  Industry’s competitiveness will be introduced to help Aluminum industry reduce electricity costs.

2. Policy reforms in Mineral Sector

The distinction between captive and non-captive mines to allow transfer of mining leases and sale of surplus unused minerals, leading to better efficiency in mining and production shall be removed. Ministry of Mines is in the process of developing a Mineral Index for different minerals. There will be rationalisation of stamp duty payable at the time of award of mining leases.


1. Enhancing Self Reliance in Defence Production

a. ‘Make in India’ for Self-Reliance in Defence Production will be promoted by notifying a list of weapons/platforms for ban on import with year wise timelines, Indigenisation of imported spares, and separate budget provisioning for domestic capital procurement. This will help reduce huge Defence import bill.
b. Improve autonomy, accountability and efficiency in Ordnance Supplies by Corporatisation of Ordnance Factory Board.

2.    Policy Reforms in Defence Production

a. FDI limit in the Defence manufacturing under automatic route will be raised from 49% to 74%.
b. There will be time-bound defence procurement process and faster decision making will be ushered in by setting up of a Project Management Unit (PMU) to support contract management; Realistic setting of General Staff Qualitative Requirements (GSQRs) of weapons/platforms and overhauling Trial and Testing procedures.


1. Efficient Airspace Management for Civil Aviation

Restrictions on utilisation of the Indian Air Space will be eased so that civilian flying becomes more efficient. This will bring a total benefit of about Rs 1,000 crore per year for the aviation sector. This will lead to optimal utilization of airspace; reduction in fuel use, time and will have positive environmental impact.

2.     More World-Class Airports through PPP

6 more airports have been identified for 2nd round bidding for Operation and Maintenance on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) basis. Additional Investment by private players in 12 airports in 1st and 2nd rounds is expected to bring around Rs. 13,000 crore. Another 6 airports will be put out for the third round of bidding.

3. India to become a global hub for Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO)

Tax regime for MRO ecosystem has been rationalized. Aircraft component repairs and airframe maintenance to increase from Rs 800 crore to Rs 2,000 crore in three years. It is expected that major engine manufacturers in the world would set up engine repair facilities in India in the coming year.  Convergence between Defence sector and the civil MROs will be established to create economies of scale. This will lead to maintenance cost of airlines to come down.


1.   Tariff Policy Reform
Tariff Policy laying out the following reforms will be released:

(i) Consumer Rights

a. DISCOM inefficiencies not to burden consumers
b. Standards of Service and associated penalties for DISCOMs
c. DISCOMs to ensure adequate power; load-shedding to be penalized

(ii) Promote Industry

a. Progressive reduction in cross subsidies
b. Time bound grant of open access
c. Generation and transmission project developers to be selected competitively

(iii) Sustainability of Sector

a. No Regulatory Assets
b. Timely payment of Gencos
c. DBT for subsidy; Smart prepaid meters

2.  Privatization of Distribution in UTs

Power Departments /  Utilities in Union Territories will be privatised. This will lead to better service to consumers and improvement in operational and financial efficiency in Distribution. This will also provide a model for emulation by other Utilities across the country.


The Government will enhance the quantum of Viability Gap Funding (VGF) upto 30% each of Total Project Cost as VGF by the Centre and State/Statutory Bodies. For other sectors, VGF existing support of 20 % each from Government of India and States/Statutory Bodies shall continue. Total outlay is Rs. 8,100 crore. Projects shall be proposed by Central Ministries/ State Government/ Statutory entities.


There shall be level playing field provided to private companies in satellites, launches and space-based services. Predictable policy and regulatory environment to private players will be provided. Private sector will be allowed to use ISRO facilities and other relevant assets to improve their capacities.  Future projects for planetary exploration, outer space travel etc shall also be open for private sector. There will be liberal geo-spatial data policy for providing remote-sensing data to tech-entrepreneurs.


Research reactor in PPP mode for production of medical isotopes shall be established to promote welfare of humanity through affordable treatment for cancer and other diseases. Facilities in PPP mode to use irradiation technology for food preservation – to compliment agricultural reforms and assist farmers shall also be established. India’s robust start-up ecosystem will be linked to nuclear sector and for this, Technology Development-cum-Incubation Centres will be set up for fostering synergy between research facilities and tech-entrepreneurs.

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List of Best CBSE Schools in Dausa, Rajasthan

There are many no. of CBSE Schools in Dausa. Get the complete information about the best CBSE School in Dausa.

List of Best CBSE Schools in Dausa, Rajasthan

Aravali Public School, Dausa

The Aravali Public School, Bandikui founded in the year 2004, was initiated by the efforts of the Indian community in the Kingdom. The school commenced its journey with a committed workforce -a Principal and three staff members. 13 years of its successful existence, the school has made significant contribution towards education excellence.

The school started in a small accommodation in Gudha Road Bandikui and is now situated at Badiyal Khurd Bandikui. A Co-Educational, English Medium Institution from L.K.G to class 12th with a strength of about 900 students, is a semblance of tradition of cultural values by regular Hawan and Yajnas purify the campus.

Address:        Badiyal Khurd, Bandikui
Contact No.: +91 8005912469, +91 9887432436
E-mail id:      apsrajasthan@gmail.com
Website:        www.apsbandikui.org

Frame International School, Dausa

FRAME INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL being the first 'day boarding school' in dausa is very helpful to those parents who are unable to teach or help their children in studies due to lack of time or due to increased standard of education.

The school offers CBSE course of study which will be extended to higher classes as a process of natural growth. Maintaining stringent standards in terms of quality teaching of CBSE curriculums. Subjects like art, music, drama, games, swimming, computer education & personality development help to refresh the minds by breaking the monotony of the hard core subjects and ensure that learning become a pleasant experience. The smooth running of school is monitored by keeping a sharp eye on each class with the help of close circuit cameras.

Address:        Jirota Mod, Jaipur Road, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: +91-9887009991, +91-9887009992
Email id:       frameinternationalschool@gmail.com
Website:        http://frameinternationalschool.com/

Impulse Sr. Sec. School, Dausa

Impulse sr. sec. Dausa (Rajasthan) is a 10 + 2 private school, affiliated to CBSE. Impulse sr. sec. school 2005 with 80 student and 09 teachers. The school is managed by Sankalp Vikas Sansthan, Dausa, with goodwill and cooperation of local intelligentsia and SMC.

The school is located in NH-11 Dausa, the heart of Dausa city with the prime objective to impart education to each and every section of the society. Founded in 2001 Impulse is the pioneer Non –Governmental Education Organization in the Dausa. Impulse institutions have rendered a unique service, in not only dispelling ignorance and illiteracy but also in producing patriots, freedom- fighters, social reformers, intellectuals, thinkers, legal luminaries, doctors, engineers and scientists of unparalleled merit, integrity and caliber.

Address:        NH-11, Agra Side Bypass Tiraha, Agra Road, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: 01427-224111, 7014188277
Email id:       impulsedausa.cbse@gmail.com
Website:        www.impulseschool.in

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Dausa

Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is a Co-Educational school affiliated to CBSE. Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya is located in Dausa, Rajasthan. The school was established in the year 1996 and is managed by Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti.

Address:        Kherli, P.O, Bhandarej, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: 01427-283319, 01427-283319
Email id:       jnvdausa@gmail.com
Website:        http://www.jnvdausa.org/

Rukmani Devi International School, Dausa

The school's unique curriculum is a fusion of the best of the two cultures, i.e., Of the best in Indian culture tempered with the best in the Western Culture, thus grooming our students to become truly global citizens. Our aim is to bring about an all-round development of students so that they will have courage and confidence and become competent enough to face the challenges and realities of life.

Being head of institution I assure you all that Rukmani Devi International School will be dedicated to the cause and spread of quality education in Mandawar and produce that best output in forthcoming days in order to set a milestone in the field of education.

Address:        Sindhi Camp, Sarawali (Mandawar), Dausa, Rajasthan
E-mail id:      rdis16249@rediffmail.com
Contact No.: +91 8058261748, 7627058568
Website:         rukmanidevischool.com

St. Francis School, Dausa

St. Francis School is one of the many institution under the management of teh Prabhudasi Sister Education Society Ajmer. Which is a registered society under Rajasthan society Registration Act 1958. Admission well be given to children of all communities treating their religious faith with due respect. The academic year begins in April and ends in March

Address:        Gudha Road, Bandikui, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: 01420-269203, 228013
E-mail Id:     stfrancisschoolbandikui@gmail.com
Website:        www.stfrancisbandikui.ac.in

St. Mary's Convent School, Dausa

St. Mary's Convent School is a Co-Educational school affiliated to CBSE syllabus. St. Mary's Convent School is located in Dausa, Rajasthan. The school was established in the year 1999 and is managed by Nirmala Shiksha Sanstha.

Address:        Lalsot Road, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: 01427-221794
E-Mail id:     stmarydausa@rediffmail.com
Website:        http://www.smcsdausa.in/

Vidyasthali Public School, Dausa

Vidyasthali is a Public School for boys and girls striving for the promotion of academic excellence among its students in global context. The prime object of the school is to develop creative thinking among the students by understanding international developments through Indian view point and resources.

For this purpose, the task of personality development of the students, is undertaken on priority basis through various useful activities including Yoga, Dance, Drama and other extra and co-curricular activities. By organizing debates and quiz programmers, the school endeavors to equip the students with latest knowledge and creative excellence.

Address:        N.H. 11, Nangal Bairsi Road, Dausa, Rajasthan
Contact No.: +91-9024336611/ 77
Email Id:       vidyasthali@yahoo.in
Website:        www.vidyasthali.com