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1. The school admits both girls and boys irrespective of their caste, creed and religion. Though intended primarily for Indian children, Non-Indians are also admitted depending upon the availability of seats. All pupils have to follow the curriculum prescribed by the school..
2. A student who has studied through any other medium will not be admitted unless he/she has adequate knowledge of English as this is an English-medium school.
3. For admission to LKG, a child should be atleast three and a half years old as on June 30 of the year of admission. A corresponding minimum age limit is fixed for successive classes.
4. A candidate seeking admission has to fill in the registration form supplied by the school office on paying the registration fee.
5. The Registered candidate will have to appear for an Admission Test as stated below:
1 An oral and written test in English and Numbers for admission to Class UKG and Class I.
2 A written test in English, Hindi and Mathematics for admission to Class II to VIII. Non-Indians can write the test in Science in place of Hindi.
3 A written test in English, Mathematics and Science for admission to Class IX.
4 Marks secured in AISSE (Class X) or an equivalent examination will be considered for granting admission to Class XI. Candidates passing Class X examination from a board other than the CBSE will have to appear for an aptitude test in General English and other relevant subjects and should secure at least 40% marks in it to be eligible to study in this school.
6. The Parent should fill up the admission form only if the child is found fit to seek admission to a particular class. The parent/guardian who signs the admission form will be responsible for pupil’s conduct, punctuality, attendance and payment of fees.
7. For admission to Class LKG, UKG and I, the original birth certificate from a competent authority or a copy of passport in the name of the child and a copy of immunization record must be submitted along with the admission form. However, at the time of registration only a copy of the birth certificate or a copy of the passport need be submitted.
8. For admission to Class II to IX & XI, the following documents must be submitted along with the admission form.
1. School Leaving Certificate (TC) issued by the previous school and countersigned by the Regional Officer/Asst. Commissioner/District or State Education Officer.
2. Progress Report issued by the previous school.
3. Copy of the passport of the student.
4. Copy of the Immunization Record.
Parents seeking admission to Classes I to IX for their wards during the Academic year should submit the progress card indicating grades, marks and the evidence of assessment.
9. A recent photograph of the student must be affixed on the Admission Form for all classes.
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