Admission

Ages for admission


PG 21/2
NURSUERY 31/2
LKG 41/2
UKG 51/2

Registration


The Registration / Application form is attached at the end of the Prospectus booklet along with the Medical Form and the Parents – School agreement.


The Registration / Application form and the other two forms should be duly filled in all respects. It is advised that parents should fill the Form themselves following the given instructions to avoid any incomplete information, failing which the registration will be cancelled. Duly filled forms for admission must reach the school front office within 7 days.


The applications will be scrutinized and those found complete in all respects will be selected for Observation / Assessment Test. Intimation of the exact date and time, along with the Admit Card will be provided within three days from the submission of Registration Form.


Applying for registration / admission does not imply admission, which is subject to Observation cum-Interaction / Assessment Test. It is also subject to the availability of seats.


Documents


Documents to be submitted at the time of admission:

1. School leaving/transfer certificate and previous year's Report Card. 2. Medical Certificate in the given format. 3. Birth Certificate, in original, to be brought for verification only. 4. Recent passport size color photograph of the candidate and both parents 5. Admission will be cancelled if any variance is found between the particulars filled in the Registration Form and the documents submitted for admission. 6. Income Proof.


Admission to classes Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Preparatory and Class I will be granted on the basis of the Observation-cum-Interaction. Presence of both the parents during this period is mandatory. Parents will have to bring both the copies of Admit Card on the date and time mentioned on the cards, when they come for the Observation-cum-Interaction.


The Admit Card will have to be handed over to the Teacher In-charge for Observation cum-Interaction and the Parent's copy will be retained by the parents to collect their child after the Observation Session. Rights of Admission reserved under the sole Description of School Management.



Admission


Admission is open to Classes Pre-Primary to Class IX. The school aspires to produce students who are excellent in academics as well as social and ethical values, skills and attitudes to contribute positively to the society. Thus, the admission process is designed to test both aptitude and attitude. While the test assesses the proficiency in various subjects, it will also reveal the child's problem-solving skills.


Portions integrated in the admission process will also examine the applicant's belief and value system on the basis of which he/she makes decisions and the way he/she handles and negotiates the external world. We believe that this method of testing the student will allow us to look at him/her holistically. The eligibility criterion for various classes is based on the age of the child.


List of all successful candidates will be displayed on the notice board of the school. The parents of successful candidates will be required to contact the school office for the completion of admission formalities by depositing the required feed other charges along with the necessary documents.


General Rules for Admission


Class II onwards, an assessment will be conducted which will be followed by an Interactive Session. Both the parents must be present in the School on the designated day.


Parents must bring both the copies of the Admit Card on the date and time mentioned on the Admit Cards, when they bring their child on the given date.


The entire procedure may last three to four hrs. Parents are advised to plan their schedules accordingly.


Before the commencement of the assessment, parents must hand over the student’s copy of the Admit Card to the Session-In-Charge.


Please note that the syllabus of the assessment for admission has been designed by a professional team of educationists and psychologists to make it stress free for children.


Appearing in the admission test does not guarantee admission of the candidate.