#### A quadrilateral is a polygon with four sides (edges) or four vertices or four corners it can also be called as a TETRAGON

There are different types and varieties of quadrilaterals having different properties such as different angles and sides. You can learn them here in a very easy and informative way.

## And at last but not the least all types and properties of parallelogram, rhombus, square, rectangle, kite, oblong, trapezoid, etc.

-Four sides.
-Four vertices (corners).
-Interior angles sum to 360°.
-Exterior angles sum to 360°.

## Important Terms Related to Quadrilateral:

### Diagonals:-

Diagonals are line segments that join two opposite vertices of a quadrilateral (corners).

A quadrilateral can have maximum two diagonal

Where AD is the line segment joining two opposite vertices A and D

Two sides are adjacent, if they share a common vertex.

In the quadrilateral shown above the 4 pair of adjacent sides are:

2.  DC and BC
3.  BC and AB

Two angles are adjacent, if they share a common side.

In the quadrilateral shown above the 4 pair of adjacent angles are:

1. ∠1 and ∠3
2. ∠3 and ∠4
3. ∠2 and ∠4
4. ∠1 and ∠2

There are special types of quadrilateral:

Some types are also included in the definition of other types! For example a square, rhombus and rectangle are also parallelograms.

A quadrilateral that contains a reflex angle.

#### 1. Parallelogram

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel and equal sides

#### Properties of Parallelogram :-

• Opposite sides are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Opposite angels are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Consecutive angles are supplementary (i.e., Sum of consecutive angle = 180°).
• If one angle is right angle, then all angles are right angle(i.e., It is a square).
• The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other to form two pairs of congruent triangles.

#### 2. Rhombus (Rhomb) {Equilateral Quadrangle

A rhombus is a parallelogram all of whose all four sides are congruent

#### Properties of Rhombus :-

• All four sides are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Opposite sides are parallel(i.e., It’s a parallelogram).
• Opposite angels are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Consecutive angles are supplementary (i.e., Sum of consecutive angle = 180°).
• The diagonals of a rhombus bisect pairs of opposite angles.
• If one angle is right angle, then all angles are right angle(i.e., It is a square).
• Four congruent triangles are formed by diagonals.

#### 3. Rhomboid

A rhomboid is a parallelogram in which adjacent sides are of unequal lengths and oblique angles

#### Properties of Rhomboid :-

• All four sides are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Opposite angels are congruent(i.e., Equal in length).
• Opposite angels are parallel(i.e., It’s a parallelogram).
• Consecutive angles are supplementary (i.e., Sum of consecutive angle = 180°).
• If one angle is right angle, then all angles are right angle(i.e., It is a square).
• The diagonals bisect each other to form two pairs of congruent triangles.

A rectangle is a plane figure with four straight sides and four right angles

Properties of Rhombus :-

• Opposite sides that are congruent and parallel.
• Adjacent sides are of unequal length
• Consecutive angles are supplementary, and
• Diagonals bisect each other.

A square is a rhombus whose all angles are right angles

#### Properties of Square :-

• The diagonals bisect each other and at right angle.
• The diagonals bisect its angles.
• Opposite sides parallel and congruent.
• All four angles square are congruent.
• All four sides square are congruent.
• The diagonals are congruent.

#### 6. Oblong

A oblong is a rectangle which has unequal adjacent sides.

#### Properties of oblong :-

• Two sets of parallel lines meeting at right angles.

#### 7. Kite

A kite is a quadrilateral whose two pair of adjacent sides are equal

#### Properties of Kites:-

• Two sets of parallel lines meeting at right angles.
• Two disjoint pairs of consecutive sides are congruent by definition   Note: Disjoint means that the two pairs are totally separate.
• The diagonals are perpendicular.
• One diagonal is the perpendicular bisector of the other diagonal
• The main diagonal bisects a pair of opposite angles.
• The opposite angles at the endpoints of the cross diagonal are congruent.

#### Properties of Kites:-

• The bases are parallel by definition.
• Each lower base angle is supplementary to the upper base angle on the same side.

A cyclic quadrilateral (inscribed quadrilateral) is a quadrilateral drawn inside a circle so that its corners lie on the circumference of the circle

whose vertices all lie on a single circle. This circle is called the circumcircle or circumscribed circle, and the vertices are said to be concyclic. The center of the circle and its radius are called the circumcenter and the circumradius respectively. Other names for these quadrilaterals are concyclic quadrilateral and chordal quadrilateral, the latter since the sides of the quadrilateral are chords of the circumcircle.

(a) the opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral sum to 180°
i.e. a+ c = 180°
b + d = 180°
(b) the exterior angle of a cyclic quadrilateral is equal to the interior
opposite angle

i.e. e = c

Summary
Here is a list of all the properties of quadrilaterals that we have mentioned along with the classes of the quadrilaterals that possess those properties:
 Property Quadrilaterals Orthodiagonal Kite, Dart, Rhombus, Square Cyclic Square, Rectangle, Isosceles Trapezoid Inscriptible Kite, Dart, Rhombus, Square Having two parallel sides Rhombus, Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram, Trapezoid Having two pairs of parallel sides Rhombus, Square, Rectangle, Parallelogram Equilateral Rhombus, Square Equiangular Rectangle, Square

## Skill development vocational courses | CBSE to make students employable

Taking education a step further, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has now introduced Skill Development in schools from standard 9 onward.
With its recent changes in curriculum, the Board has asked affiliated schools to start Skill development vocational courses. This will prepare students to handle challenges of the job market with ease.
CBSE has shortlisted some private institutes which offer special training programs for Skill development.
In order to take this initiative to a maximum number of students, CBSE has asked schools to tie up with these private institutes.
The list, drawn up by CBSE, includes 35 skill knowledge providers in 11 areas, including retail, information technology, security, automobile, banking and insurance, hospitality and tourism, mass media and media production, health and beauty, music production, design, and medical diagnostics.

CBSE Chairman, Mr.Vineet Joshi said, “This course is essential for students to excel and emerge successful in real life situations of work.
This course will give them basic information of a working environment as they graduate from school. Skilled manpower and right exposure will help students to attain the best positions in various organizations.”
The objective of introducing such a subject is to create a positive impact for the inclusive growth of students.
Students studying in CBSE-affiliated schools will be given a choice to opt for these competency-based skill courses along with the general academic subjects in order to enhance their skills in their chosen field.
Skill development courses will not only ensure employment of students post school but will also help them in pursuing higher studies in their favorite field due to the academic teaching given to them during this span.

# CBSE 12th Result 2013

The CBSE 12th Result 2013 is expected to be up on the CBSE website by end of May for all regions.
The CBSE Class 12th Examination 2013 was conducted from 1 March 2013 to 17 March 2013.
Since the CBSE class 12 results 2012 were declared on 28 May 2012 with a pass percentage of 80%, candidates can expect their result around the same time and they should keep their roll number with them.
CBSE Board was set up by the Government of India in 1929 as a joint Board named ‘Board of High School and Intermediate Education, Rajputana’. In 1952, it became the ‘Central Board of Secondary Education’. The board functions under the overall supervision of the Controlling Authority which is vested with the Secretary Education, Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Candidates who had appeared for CBSE Class 10 Examination 2013 can expect their result in the last week of May. In 2012, the CBSE board had declared result on 24 May 2013 and hence the CBSE 10th result can be expected around the same time.

The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) conducted Class 10th examination from 2 March 2013 to 15 March 2013. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Board also introduced Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) for the first time in 2011.
The CBSE Board presently affiliates all Kendriya Vidyalayas, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas, private schools, Government Schools, Independent Schools and Central Tibetean Schools. In order to execute its functions effectively Regional Offices were set up by the CBSE Board in Allahabad, Ajmer, Chennai, Guwahati, Panchkula, and Delhi. Schools located outside India are looked after by regional office Delhi.

## CBSE 2013 Results via SMS for Class 10th and 12th

Are you looking for your 10th or 12th results of CBSE board? What about getting results by SMS as soon as it get published. If you own a mobile, you can get your board results right into your mobile inbox as an sms.
The results of 10th Grade & 12th grade exams will be declared after 26th of this month. CBSE has not officially declared the date when results will be declared but students are anxiously waiting for their result as the marks matters a lot for higher studies.

## Follow these steps to Get CBSE Board Results via SMS

• While registering submit your board there properly & check all services including sms service
• After successful registration, you will be getting sms just after the declaration of your result.
Alternative ways: The sms channel for CBSE board results 2013 is also available for almost all kind of prepaid postpaid telecommunication services. Needless to say that you need to pay for every sms you will be sending or for each result.

• Price for One Result via SMS is 0.50 INR Apx. (depending upon different corporation service charge and taxes)

#### Getting Board results via sms:

All You need to write and send an SMS to the channel to get your result (once result gets declared). Type CBSE 10 YOUR ROLL NUMBER and send it to these numbers (according to your network provider)

### SSC Results for 10th Board Results

1. Airtel: 54321202, 55077
2. BSNL: 57766
3. Vodafone: 56735
4. IDEA: 55456068
5. Tata Docomo/Tata Indicom: 54321, 51234,5333300
6. Aircel: 5800002
7. MTNL: 52001
8. NIC: 9212357123

### Class 12 or HSSC Part 2 Results

For getting class 12th results, you need to type cbse10 and your roll no. and send it to the number below (according to your network provider)

1. Airtel: 54321202, 55077
2. BSNL: 57766
3. Vodafone: 56735
4. IDEA: 55456068
5. Tata Docomo/Indicom: 54321, 51234,5333300
6. MTNL: 52001
7. Aircel: 5800002
8. NIC: 9212357123

## CBSE, NEET, JEE, CTET and JNVST Helpline, Contact and Email Numbers

In order to execute its functions effectively Regional Offices have been set up by the Board in different parts of the country to be more responsive to the affiliated schools. The Board has regional offices in Allahabad, Ajmer, Chennai, Guwahati, Panchkula and Delhi. Schools located outside India are looked after by regional office Delhi.

## CBSE Contact Numbers and Email

• ### Chairman, Secretary & Chief Vigilance Officer

Vineet Joshi, IAS

Tel. 91-11-22023737, 22467263, 22549628
• ### Examination Matters

M C Sharma,
Controller of Examination

Tel. 91-11-22515828
Email:
mcsharma.cbse@nic.in

• AIEEE

Pitam Singh

Tel.  91-11-22235774

CBSE has set up a dedicated Call Centre for handling routine inquiries and grievances pertaining to various activities and functions of the Board. Students presently studying in various CBSE affiliated schools, candidates appearing in private examination, pass out students of CBSE Board, parents, School management, new school seeking CBSE affiliation, awardees of CBSE scholarship schemes, aspirants and applicants for NEET, JEE, CTET, JNVST and general public can approach the CBSE Call Centre for obtaining information of the procedures/rules and regulations of various activities of the Board.

Through Telephone/Mobile phone one can contact us on all working weekdays between 9:30 am to 7 pm on the following telephone nos.
1800 118 002 [Toll Free]
011-22509257
011-22509258
011-22509259
011-22509256 [Tele-fax]
On all days 24×7 one can e-mail us giving details of his/her grievance/query along with contact number and details at:
cbsecc@gmail.com
Through post one may contact us by sending a letter through Speed Post at:
Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE], Shiksha Kendra
2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110301 INDIA

## CBSE Contact Addresses and Phone Numbers 2015

CBSE has set up a dedicated Call Centre for handling routine enquiries and grievances pertaining to various activities and functions of the Board. Students presently studying in various CBSE affiliated schools, candidates appearing in private examination, pass out students of CBSE Board, parents, School management, new school seeking CBSE affiliation, awardees of CBSE scholarship schemes, aspirants and applicants for NEET, JEE, CTET, JNVST and general public can approach the CBSE Call Centre for obtaining information of the procedures/rules and regulations of various activities of the Board.

### JEE (Main) Helpline Number: 8506061071-78

Note: One can call on all working days from Monday to Friday between 9:30 am to 7 pm.
One can also e-mail queries to directoracad.cbse@nic.in, mcsharma2007@rediffmail.com.
One can also contact CBSE through a postal letter on the following address:
Central Board of Secondary Education [CBSE], Shiksha Kendra
2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi-110301 INDIA
For better accessibility and convenience of the students, CBSE has for the first time setup a Centralized Call System. The students can call on the above number and get in touch with counselors for one to one telephonic counseling from 8 a.m upto mid-night.
For further convenience of the students, a toll free number has now been installed. Students can call the number from any part of the country. The operators will answer general queries and also connect them to the counselors for counseling.

### Contact

Central Board of Secondary Education Head Office
“Shiksha Kendra”, 2, Community Centre, Preet Vihar, Delhi – 110 092.

 Chairman Vineet Joshi, IAS Tel. 91-11-22023737, 23220154Email: chmn-cbse@nic.in Affiliation, Administration and Scholarship Matters Secretary & CVO Tel. 91-11-22549627, 22549628Email: secy-cbse@nic.inTel. (CVO) : 91-11-22524152, Fax:22025545Email: cvo.cbse@gmail.com Examination Matters M C Sharma,Controller of Examination Tel.   91-11-22515828Email: mcsharma.cbse@nic.in CTET/JNV Pitam SinghDirector (Special Exams & CTET) Tel.  91-11-22235774Fax: 91-11-22235775 Email: pitams.cbse@nic.in Training & Academics Dr Sadhana ParasharDirector (Training) Tel.  91-11-23212603,23234324Fax. 91-11-23234324Email: sadhanap.cbse@nic.in Advisor B.M GuptaAdvisor Tel . 91-11-22542693Email : bmgupta.cbse@nic.in I.T. Department Dr. Antriksh JohriDirector (IT)Kamal Kumar KhandelwalDeputy Secretary (IT) Tel. 91-11-22239188Email:  director-it@cbse.gov.inEmail:  kamalcbse@gmail.com EDUSAT & Vocational Education; P I SabuDirector (EDUSAT) Delhi Region M V V Prasada RaoDirector (Delhi Region) Tel: 011-22248885Fax: 011-22248990Email: rodelhi.cbse@nic.in JEE (Main) Rajbir SinghJoint SecretaryJ K YadavDeputy Secretary Tel. 91-11-22246095Email:  rajbir.cbse@nic.inEmail: jkyadav.cbse@nic.in NEET Joseph EmmanuelJoint Secretary (OSD) Tel. 91-11-22059683Email: josephe.cbse@nic.in Online Affiliation and Affiliation website Shambhu Lal PrasadProgrammer Tel: 011-22520242, Fax: 011-22540655Email:  cbse.aff@nic.in CTET Jaiprakash ChaturvediAssistant Secretary (CTET) Tel. 22240104Email: ctet@cbse.gov.in Public Relations Mrs Rama SharmaPublic Relations Officer/ Public Information Officer Tel. 91-11-22440083Telefax. 91-11-22440083Email: ramas.cbse@nic.in LIBRARY Dr B N SinghLibrary and Information Officer Tel. 91-11-22521081 Scholarship Matters 011-22509256-59 Ext. 218Email: scholarship.cbse@nic.in General Enquiry Tel. 91-11-22509256 – 59RO Delhi: 22239177-80 JEE (Main) Helpline 8506061071–78 CBSE Helpline Number 1800-11-8002

### Regional Offices

Director (Delhi Region):
Tel: 011-22248885

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, PS-1-2, Institutional Area, I.P.Extn. Patparganj, Delhi-110 092.
NCT of Delhi, Foreign Schools
Tel:91-11-22239177-80
Fax: 91-11-22248990

rodelhi.cbse@nic.in

Regional Officer:
D T S Rao
Tel: 91-44-26162213-14, 26161100

Regional Office
Central board of Secondary Education, Plot No. 1630 A, “J” Block, 16th Main Road
Anna Nagar West, Chennai-600040.
Tamil Nadu,Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Maharashtra, Goa, Puducherry, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman and Diu
Tel. 91-44-26162214 /26162213
Fax:91-44-26162212
rochennai.cbse@nic.in
Regional Officer:
K K Choudhary
Tel: 0361-2229992-94, 85

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, Shilpogram Road (Near Sankardev Kalakshetra),
Panjabari, Guwahati-781037
Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram.
Telfax:91-361-2229992, 2229995

roguwahati.cbse@nic.in
Regional Officer:
Tel: 0145-2627460, 2629928

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, Todarmal Marg, Ajmer-305 030
Tel:91-145-2627451/2627139
Fax:91-145-2421543

roajmer.cbse@nic.in
Regional Officer:
R. J. Khanderao
Tel: 0172-2585193

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, Sector- 5 , Panchkula – 134109 (Haryana)
Haryana,U.T.of Chandigarh, Punjab, J&K, Himachal Pradesh.
Tel: 91-172-2585193/2583547
Fax:91-172-2585163
ropanchkula.cbse@nic.in
Regional Officer:
Tel: 0532-2407970, 2407710

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, 35 B, Civil Station, M.G. Marg , Civil Lines, Allahabad-211 015
Tel:91-532-2407970-72
Fax:91-532-2408977

Regional Officer:
S U Sorte
Tele Fax: 0612-2295008

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, Ambika Complex, Behind State Bank Colony, Near Brahmsthan,
Patna-800 014.
Bihar, Jharkhand
New Regional Office opened
Tel:91-612-2295048
Tel: 2295008, 2295080

ropatna.cbse@nic.in

Regional Officer:
A S Verma
Tel: 0674-2547312

Regional Office
Central Board of Secondary Education, 6th Floor, Alok Bharti Building, Shaheed Nagar, Bhubaneswar
West Bengal, Orissa, Chhattisgarh
New Regional Office opened
 Computer Section 91-674-2548412 Administration 91-674-2548512 Examination 91-674-2548612 Asstt Secretary 91-674-2548212 AB Cell 91-674-2548712

rocbsebbsr@rediffmail.com
robhubaneshwar.cbse@nic.in

## Teacher not able to Clear CTET ( Mandatory Test ) of CBSE

KOCHI: It has been made mandatory by the government for schools to appoint teachers who

have cleared the central teacher eligibility test (CTET) to improve the quality of teachers. However, with hardly any CTET-qualified candidates available in the state, the CBSE schools are busy hiring teaching staff before the academic session begins in June.

Sources reveal that hardly 5% teachers selected in CBSE schools in the state have cleared the test conducted by the board. Meanwhile, the state government has already made entrance exam compulsory for recruitment of teachers in government and aided schools.

“The CBSE has given five years to existing teachers in CBSE schools to clear the entrance exam but not many from the state are appearing for the test. Also, CBSE insists that the qualifying exam for new appointments should be CTET, but we barely come across teachers who have cleared CTET. We appoint teachers with NET or SET,” said Kerala CBSE school management association president T P M Ibrahim Khan.
CTET is conducted for the appointment of candidates at two levels — primary-level teachers (Class 1 to V) and junior-level teachers (Class VI to VIII) — in accordance with the provisions of the Right to Education Act.
The rationale for including CTET as a minimum qualification for a person to be eligible for appointment as teacher is that it would bring national standards and benchmark of teacher quality in the recruitment process. Sources said it was also expected to induce teacher education institutions and students from these institutions to further improve their performance standards besides sending a positive signal to all stakeholders that the government lays special emphasis on teacher quality. The validity period of CTET qualifying certificate for appointment is seven years from the date of declaration of results for all categories. There is also no restriction on the number of attempts a person can take for clearing the test. A person who has qualified CTET may also appear again for improving his/her score.
“We get almost 25 to 30 candidates for one teaching post. But none of them are CTET qualified. At present, we have difficulty in getting a teacher with language proficiency, good communication skills and excellent subject knowledge. In such a scenario, we can’t really hope to hire a CTET-qualified candidate,” said K Unnikrishnan, president of the Confederation of Kerala Sahodaya Complexes.
Sources reveal that hardly 5% teachers selected in CBSE schools in the state have cleared the test conducted by the board.

## CBSE 12th Improvement Exam Admit Card 2014-15

This tutorial helps you to get an info about CBSE Improvement Exam Admit Card 2014-15. Hope it helps. Also consider similar posts that i had written on CBSE 12th Improvement Rules, CBSE 12th Improvement FAQ’S and CBSE 10th Improvement (EIOP) Rules
Candidates (For Improvement Exam, Compartment Exam and Private Candidates) willing to sit in examinations conducted by board will receive an intimation letter from CBSE pertaining to roll number and examination centre. Candidates are requested to show the letter at the examination centre they are allotted to collect their admit card from the centre itself.
Further you have to show this letter and collect your Admit Card and verify your date sheet from the above noted centre, from 15th February onwards. Please check all entries of your admit card including photo and in case of any discrepancy contact the CBSE office immediately on third (IIIrd) floor in case of Class XII and fourth (IVth) floor in case of Class X.

CBSE Admit card 2013 will soon be released by the Central Board of Secondary Education on their official website. So, students looking for CBSE admit card or Hall Ticket 2015 should visit this page frequently for regular updates or can follow the official website of CBSE for getting the required information on CBSE admit Card 2013.
The admit card of CBSE Improvement Exam will may or may not be posted to your homes, It depends on your CBSE region. If you get a letter from CBSE about your new exam center then you may have to collect your admit card from there.
Students appearing for CBSE Improvement Exam will get a letter from CBSE informing them about the exam center allotted to them. Then students will have to contact the exam center and collect the admit card from their respective exam centers. You may receive the admit card by post itself.
You will have to confirm from the respective exam center that weather they have collected the admit cards from the CBSE for you or not. Generally they collect the admit cards from CBSE by 15th February and allow students to collect admit cards from there by 25th February. Kindly note that these dates can change and you should contact your exam center as soon as you get the letter from CBSE.
If you don’t get the admit card even 2-3 days before the exam then you should Contact CBSE offices at your nearby location.

## CBSE Private Candidate Admit Card 2014

Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) governs the regular as well as private exams for providing the comprehensive education to the students. The private exams are for those students who have not managed to pass the regular exam and want to reappear in the subsequent Board Exam. The private forms can be filled in for the class 10th and class 12th standards. The forms are made available in the regional offices of the CBSE in the months of Sept/Oct. it can be obtained by filling up the Application Form, three photographs of passport size and paying the charges within the last date. The Admit Card for the exams can be obtained from the official website or from the Regional Offices of the CBSE.

1. Visit the official link of the CBSE and open the link for the CBSE Private Admit Card for Class 10th or Class 12th.
2. Enter the details such as Name, Date of Birth, and Father’s Name Etc. in the spaces provided and gets the Admit Card through online.
3. Print this Admission Card so as to bring it on the exam dates. Information regarding Admit Card for the private exam can also be received from the Regional Offices of the CBSE and in case, the Admit Card is lost, it can be issued from the R.O against the submission of application and charges required.
NOTE: The Admit Card for the theory paper exams should be retained till the marks card or qualifying status for the exam is received. Students can get more info regarding CBSE Private Admit Card from the Official Website of the CBSE: cbse.nic.in

## List of Syndicate Bank Branches for CBSE 12th Improvement 2014-15

CBSE students who are willing to apply for the improvement exam or the Private Candidates who are from Delhi or NCR can get examination form and deposit forms at the following branches of Syndicate Bank in Delhi/New Delhi area.
Private forms can be submitted to the said branches of Syndicate bank along with the examination fee. All the details about eligibility criteria and other procedure is mentioned in the form-cum-prospectus.
The application forms for Improvement examination will be available from July onward. You can purchase the forms of class X and XII from these syndicate bank branches in Delhi. Kindly note that application forms for private/Improvement Candidate will be available in these branches during normal business hours i.e.10.00 A.M. to 02.00 P.M.
*Marked branches where the timings will be 9.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.

## LIST OF SYNDICATE BANKS

1.East Patel NagarSethi Bhawan, Rajendra PlaceSunday
2.R K PuramTamil Sangam Building, Sec. 5, R K PuramSunday
3.Old Rajinder NagarOld Rajinder Nagar Main MarketMonday
4.Peera GarhiDTC Depot, Outer Ring RoadSunday
8.Punjabi BaghBuilding No. 2 and 3, Central Market, Main West Punjabi BaghSunday
9.Kashmere GateChurch Road Near Ritz CinemaSunday
10.Lajpat Nagar-IVDelhi Institute for Hotel Management, Behind Lady Sriram College for WomenSunday
13.Mayur ViharA-1, Acharya Niketan, Mayur Vihar Phase-1Sunday
14.PatparganjDTC DepotSunday
15.I. P. EstateBahadur Shah Jafar MargSunday
16.Ashok ViharCentral Market Near Deep CinemaMonday
17.Hauz Khas2, Kaushalaya Marg ParkSunday
*18.Yamuna ViharDTC DepotSunday
*19.Nand NagariDTC DepotMonday
20.Seema PuriDTC DepotSunday
*21.Dev Nagar16B/6 D B Gupta RoadMonday
22.G.T.B. NagarKingsway Camp GTB NagarSunday
23.Janak PuriC-31, Community Center Near Janak CinemaSunday
24.Malviya NagarC-35, Malviya Nagar VSunday
25.RohiniCSC-2 Competent Plaza Comm Complex Sec. 5, RohiniSunday
26.K.G. MargConnaught Place, Jevan Prakash BuildingSunday
27.Nirman ViharVikas MargSunday
28.Sukhdev ViharOkhla DTC DepotSunday
29.Uttam NagarWZ-13 A and B, Main Najafgarh RoadSunday
30.Paschim ViharB-2 DDA Market, opp. Gurudwara, Paschim ViharSunday