Admissions are granted in classes Pre-Nursery to classes IX & XI subject to vacancy existing.Admission depends upon the merit prepared on the basis of performance in the aptitude assessment and interview held thereafter.Students in Pre Nursery and Nursery are admitted without a formal assessment.
||Above 2 ½ years
||3 – 4 years
||4 -5 years
||5 – 6 years
||Above 6 years
Admission is a four stage process as follows:
1st Stage: Procuring Prospectus
The School Prospectus & Registration Form can be obtained from the School Administrative Office on payment of Registration Fee. The registration fee details can be obtained from the School Office. The registration fee is non refundable under any circumstance.
2nd Stage: Registration
The applicant must be registered with the school to be considered for admission. Registration form is a part of the Prospectus. Duly filled registration form along with the date of birth certificate issued by the Competent Government Authority and Passing Certificate of the last class attended should be submitted to the school. The registration is valid for a single assessment for admission. Registration does not guarantee admission.
3rd Stage: Aptitude Assessment
The aptitude assessment is conducted during the month of March every year for admission in the next academic session. The student’s aptitude is assessed in English, Hindi, Mathematics and General Awareness.
4th Stage: Interview
After the aptitude assessment is evaluated, an Admission Committee consisting of the Management, Principal and Senior Teachers decide on a benchmark for inviting students to come to the school for an interview along with their parents.
Based on the cumulative performance in the aptitude assessment and interview, students are invited for admission. Out of those appearing any year in the aptitude assessment, only a limited number, commensurate with the number of possible vacancies, are offered admission that year.
The School Management reserves the right to reject or admit any candidate, not withstanding the stipulated rules in the Prospectus.