December 12, 2007

Bluebells School International, Kailash, New Delhi

Here is some very latest info from Bluebells School International, Kailash, New Delhi
Then school site has better information than most of the prominant delhi schools. This school site provides detailed information but unfortunately, no seats for pre-primary available.

Here is the snippet from the site (as on today):
Total number of seats - 106
Seats for economically Weaker Section - 10% - seats - 16
Wards of the Staff - 5% - seats - 8
Management Quota (not to be displayed) - 20% - seats - 32
Rest - 104

Registration forms : Available from 15th Dec., 2007 till 31 st Dec., 2007 Between 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

- Submission of forms : 1 st Jan., 2008 till 7 th Jan., 2008 till 16.00 hrs
- First list of selected children : On 1st February, 2008
- Second waiting list : On 1 st February, 2008

Fees of the selected children in the first list shall be accepted as per the following schedule :
- For the first list : On 15 th Feb., 2008 till 16.00 hrs
- For the second list : On 26 th Feb., 2008 till 16.00 hrs


Anonymous said...

Blue bells criteria is a slap on the face of dept. of Education and also the supreme court. The directive was of giving marks according to the distance from school for neighbourhood. The school kept 20 marks for 0-15 kms. In 15 Km almost all the areas like Naraina, sarita Vihar, badarpur, Daryaganj etc. fall. so basically the criteria of neighbourhood was nullified and taken for a ride by the school by keeping the distance upto 15 kms. That is the reason people with less than a km from school, parents both PG, in proffessional degrees and alumi doesnt even reflect in the waiting list of the school. Can spyder do something about this?

Anonymous said...

I am an alumni of Bluebells. Did not have much to spend during my childhood.Every second day these people would charge you money on pretext of some extra curricular activity. My father who had to support the whole of our joint family didn't have much of a complaint paying the regular fees or tuition related charges. However, extra payment meant cutting on essential budgets.On one particular occassion when we were in a financial mess, my father denied paying some charges for the annual day drill function. I still remember, that was the turning point of my life at Bluebells. The bitch that Mrs.Suman Kumar is, she showed it all with her petty politics with a 7th grader!! I would never recommend this school to anyone unless you don't have a better choice. They value only people who can stuff their pockets. Go ahead if you think you can handle it.