college of education


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college of education

n
(Education) Brit a professional training college for teachers
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college of education

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A team of 28 gymnasts-cum-dancers from Denmark recently gave a scintillating performance during the Indo-Danish Fest held at Partap College of Education in Ludhiana.
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