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Admission Process

The new academic session begins in early April every year. Classes are designated as follows:

15-6 YEARS
26-7 YEARS
37-8 YEARS
48-9 YEARS
59-10 YEARS
610-11 ˝ YEARS
711-12 ˝ YEARS
812-13 ˝ YEARS
913-14 ˝ YEARS
1014-15 ˝ YEARS

Admission offered in various classes is subject to the availability of seats.The lower age limit for admission in the School is 3+ on 1st April of the year of joining the School in Class LKG. Similarly, correlation of age and class to which admission is sought is an essential requirement.

Procedure for Registration

An application form for registration is the first stage of the admission process. A registration fee is charged along with the application so that the child's name may be registered for the year and class for which admission is sought. The fee is neither refundable nor adjustable and it is valid only for the specified academic year. Registration of a child is not a guarantee of his/her admission.

Requirements at the time of registration:

  • One recent passport size photograph of the child has to be attached.
  • The completed Registration Form must be submitted along with an attested photocopy of the child's Birth Certificate and Transfer Certificate(if applicable).
  • The Birth Certificate should be issued by the Registrar of Births and Deaths of the area in which the child was born. Affidavits, certificates from the hospital, or certificates from any other person are not accepted. The Birth Certificate should not be dated more than one year after the date of birth.

Aptitude/Proficiency Assessment

Every student registered for admission into classes UKG to IX is expected to appear for an Aptitude/Proficiency Assessment at the school. The Assessment is held on the date mentioned on the Registration Slip.

Offers of admission are given on the basis of the results of these Assessments and depend on the number of vacancies in each class. Some preference is given to children of transferable Government officials and serving Armed Forces personnel. Preference is also given to those whose real siblings have studied or are at present studying in the School.

Any requests for other preferential treatment are not entertained. Only in very rare and exceptional cases, the Principal reserves the right to exercise her discretion in the matter of admissions.

The student is also required to pass a medical fitness test.

The School fully reserves the right of Admission and its decision in the matter is final and binding and cannot be questioned.
The School reserves the right to change its Admissions’ procedure from time to time without notice.

Documents Required at the Time of Admission

The following documents are required as a part of the Admissions procedure for every student applying for admission:

  • Photographs
    3 recent passport size photographs of the student
    1 recent passport size photograph of the parents
  • Original Birth Certificate
    The original birth certificate must be brought to the School at the time of admission. This is returned after verification. Misrepresentation or falsification of date of birth will result in cancellation of admission forthwith.
  • Transfer Certificate, Character Certificate
    A valid Transfer Certificate from the School last attendence must be submitted on the day that the child joins School. In addition, the student is required to present the last Report Card indicating promotion to the next class . Until the Transfer Certificate and other documents are received by the School, the child’s admission is considered as provisional.
  • Medical Certificate
    All new entrants are required to produce a medical certificate certifying that they are free from any contagious or infectious disease.


"The Information given above, outlining various procedures, aims, objectives and facilities of the School, is not a detailed document of rules and regulations etc. The Management reserves the right to delete/alter/revise/change/interpret the contents at any time without giving any prior notice."