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KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA
AIR FORCE STATION SECTOR 14 GURGAON HARYANA 500006
122001 gurgaon, haryana
India
28° 28' 42.9816" N, 77° 3' 12.8448" E
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA is located at AIR FORCE STATION SECTOR 14 GURGAON HARYANA. Contact information of the school is 06159 Office 20009 , Residence 215656 FAX No. School code or examination code is HA4025. Website and email address of the school is kvfbd2@indiatimes.com


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