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Gems Gukul School

c 80 mha vir vihar Mahavir Enclave, Delhi, India- 110045.

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Positive attitude, public school back ground, excellent communication skills and proficiency in co-curricular activities are some of my characteristic traits. A keen interest in teaching and an excellent academic track record along with Nine years of teaching experience are the other factors, which would help me to create a wonderful teaching environment for my students.

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c 80 mha vir vihar

Mahavir Enclave, Delhi, India- 110045.

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Gems Gukul School conducts classes in Hindi Language. It is located in Mahavir Enclave, Delhi. It takes Online Classes- via online medium.

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