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Regent Park, Kolkata

Regent Park
Neighbourhood in Kolkata (Calcutta)
Regent Park is located in Kolkata
Regent Park
Regent Park
Coordinates: 22°29′00″N 88°21′13″E / 22.4833°N 88.3537°E / 22.4833; 88.3537
Country India
StateWest Bengal
CityKolkata
DistrictKolkata And South 24 Parganas[1] [2]
Metro StationMahanayak Uttam Kumar, Netaji and Masterda Surya Sen
Municipal CorporationKolkata Municipal Corporation
KMC ward95, 97
Population
 • TotalFor population see linked KMC pages
Time zoneUTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
700 040
Lok Sabha constituencyJadavpur
Vidhan Sabha constituencyTollyganj

Regent Park is a neighbourhood of South Kolkata, in West Bengal, India.

Geography

Police district

Regent Park police station is in the South Suburban division of Kolkata Police. It is located at 45/D/2A, Moore Avenue, Kolkata-700040.[3]

Patuli Women police station has jurisdiction over all police districts under the jurisdiction of South Suburban Division i.e. Netaji Nagar, Jadavpur, Kasba, Regent Park, Bansdroni, Garfa and Patuli.[3]

Jadavpur, Thakurpukur, Behala, Purba Jadavpur, Tiljala, Regent Park, Metiabruz, Nadial and Kasba police stations were transferred from South 24 Parganas to Kolkata in 2011. Except Metiabruz, all the police stations were split into two. The new police stations are Parnasree, Haridevpur, Garfa, Patuli, Survey Park, Pragati Maidan, Bansdroni and Rajabagan.[4]

Education

GD Birla Centre for Education is an English-medium ICSE school, classes LKG to XII, at 118, NSC Bose Road, Regent Park, Kolkata-700 040. Sports facilities: taekwando, skating, table tennis, chess, basketball. Arrangements for teaching French, German and Mandarin.[5]

The Future Foundation School is an English-medium ICSE school, classes Nursery-XII, at 3 Regent Park, Kolkata-700 040.[6]

References

  1. ^ "Kolkata And South 24 Parganas district".
  2. ^ "web.archieve.org" (PDF).
  3. ^ a b "Kolkata Police, South Suburban Division". Regent Park police station. KP. Retrieved 13 March 2018.
  4. ^ "Midnight change of guard – 17 more police stations come under Lalbazar". The Telegraph, 1 September 2011. Retrieved 2 April 2018.
  5. ^ "GD Birla Centre for Education". momspresso. Retrieved 14 March 2018.
  6. ^ "The Future Foundation School". Schools of Kolkata. Retrieved 14 March 2018.