All the admission process will be carried out under the direct vigilance and monitoring of the Principal. For his assistance, he may nominate a teacher as admission-in-charge, after consulting the concerned authority/management.
The principal will ascertain the probable vacant seats in each and every class and request the secretary to grant permission to start admission process.
There will not be any admission test of a student seeking admission from nursery to std. one classes. Registration form for admission (other than nursery to std. one classes) will be available for distribution at the school counter. It may be downloaded from the school website.
The school may conduct admission test/interview for admission from std. II onwards if the number of application for admission is more than the number of vacant seats. The date of publication of result will be announced on the very date of admission test.
The list of selected candidates will be available on the school notice board and school website on the due date of publication of result.
The minimum age for std. one is 5 year and maximum age for this class is five and half year. Accordingly, the guardians will count and fix age for their wards for higher classes.
Any donation/capitation is against the principle and ethics of school Admission is granted against the vacant seats based on merit.
25% seats are reserved in std. I in compliance with RTE Act 2012.
If admission is not taken by a selected student within the stipulated time, it may be cancelled and the seat may be treated as vacant.
Any confusion/doubt dispute will be cleared only by the Principal.
The right to admit or not to admit a ward will be reserved with the Principal.
After the admission process is over, the Principal will submit the complete report of class wise admission to the office of the secretary.
Some Important Information about Admission
Joint photo of the candidate with his/her parents. – 1 pc.
Two copies of photographs (passport size) of the candidate.
Domicile certificate :-
(i) Electricity bill,
(ii) Telephone (Land line) bill,
(iii) Voter’s identity card,
(iv) Nationalised bank passbook with photo,
(v) Driving licence,
(vi) Domicile certificate issued by an officer of central/state gonernment,
(viii) Adhar card,
(ix) Ration card cum identity card. Blood Group certificate
Note :- Admission will not be – entertained in absence of any of the documents enlisted above. The Principal will have right to give relaxation to a candidate under the lawful condition. If the school vehicle is availed for transportation, three colour passport size photographs are essential. Transfer certificate in case of admission into higher classes. Birth certificate – The birth certificate should be issued by a govt. hospital/municipality/municipal corporation or any other – govt. body/authority for this purpose.