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I'm not sure which is correct. For example:

"Students from all the different schools of the college..."

vs.

"Students from all different schools of the college..."

  • As the schools are (post-)identified (of the college), the inclusion of the definite article is more appropriate. – Edwin Ashworth Jul 1 '17 at 8:50
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You can use it without "the different".
"Students from all schools of the college..."

And everyone will know you mean various or more than one.

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