Showing posts with label DPS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DPS. Show all posts

July 22, 2017

DPS Gurugram Admission Open - Nursery Admissions 2018-19

IMPORTANT NOTE from Delhi Public School Sector 45, Gurugram
Pre-Nursery and Nursery Admission 2018-19 will appear in Newspapers
TOI on 29th July 2017 and HT on 30th July 2017

Important links and updates:

March 1, 2017

Delhi parents are rushing to Gurgaon to secure seat....?

As nursery admission in Delhi schools have not started, a number of parents are rushing to Gurgaon to secure a seat for their little ones. Some parents said Gurgaon schools offer more choice, both in terms of curriculum and infrastructure.
While admission process in Gurgaon schools started on August 1, Delhi schools will open their counters only be the end of the year.
“Delhi schools offer fewer seats and the admission process is comparatively tough. But in Gurgaon, the scenario is the opposite. Also, most schools provide bus services to Delhi and so admitting my child in another city is not a problem,” Latika Pant of Green Park in New Delhi, said.
Schools such as Delhi Public School (Sector 45), DPS (Sushant Lok), The HDFC School, Suncity World School, Amity International School, Millennium School, Ridge Valley School, Vega Schools, Lotus Valley International School, Scottish High International School and KR Mangalam School have already started their admission process. Others are likely to follow suit by the end of the month.
Parents also said Gurgaon schools are affiliated to different educational boards, including CBSE, Cambridge IGCSE, ICSE and International Baccalaureate (IB), giving them more choice.
Jasmine Joy of Aya Nagar said, “My husband and I have studied in schools affiliated to ICSE and we want our child to study under the same board. Gurgaon has maximum number of schools in Delhi-NCR with the same board.”
“The better schools around my home are on the other side of the border, in Gurgaon. I do not want my child to compromise on her development and education. Plus, most of the schools are offering at least 100 seats, giving more chance to my daughter,” Manju Pande of Kapashera said.
Authorities of Gurgaon schools said they are getting more application and enquiries from Delhi this year.
Avishek Roy, head, community outreach, Vega Schools, said, “A lot of parents, especially from south Delhi localities such as Chhatarpur, Aya Nagar and Saket, are enquiring about the school. We are a new establishment and a lot of queries are coming forward from word-of-mouth.”
Peeya Sharma, principal of Ryan International School, Sector 40, said even last year the school received 100 applications from Delhi. “There are a number of reasons for parents to apply here. The most important is early admissions and more seats. We are expecting a similar or higher number of requests this year too.”
Though most institutions are welcoming parents from Delhi, a few schools are also denying their requests.
“Parents from Delhi are coming to the school daily to take or submit forms as the admission process is considerably easy in Gurgaon. But, we are not accepting the requests as the school is not providing transport facility to Delhi and giving the children admission would compromise with their security,” Anita Makkar, principal, The HDFC School in Sector 57, said.

December 30, 2016

DPS RK Puram/Vasant Vihar/EoK - Nursery Admissions 2017 - Schedule, Point System

DPS RK Puram, New Delhi, has published detailed schedule and points system for Pre-School (Nursery) Admission 2017-2018. This school has Junior Schools at Vasant Vihar & East of Kailash.

IMPORTANT: Only 50% seats have been opened for general category as rest of the seats are blocked for other categories (EWS/DG - 25%, Staff Quota - 5%, Management Quota - 20%). 

It is shocking that this school has blocked as many as 20% seats (79 seats in total) under management quota - which means shop is open winter sale is on :)

Here are the details for the most general queue (not general category as 20% of seats has been put up for management quota) - 

Parameters / Criteria - General Category
(Localities specified in the map within the aerial radii of 15 km of the school)

0 - 1 KM
1.1 - 3 KM
3.1 - 6 KM
6.1 - 8 KM
8.1 - 15 KM
(Real brother / sister studying in DPS R K Puram / Vasant Vihar / East of Kailash)
Parent (Father / Mother) Alumni of School
(Class X / XII Certificate - DPS R K Puram only)
Girl Child
Single Parent
(Widow/Widower/Legally Divorced OR Single Parent with legally adopted child)
For other details please visit school site.

December 28, 2016

Delhi Public School International Admissions 2017-18 Announcement

DPS International Announces Admissions for session 2017-18 
Registration forms will be available on the school website from 2nd January 2017 onwards...

 Check more about DPS International - Junior School (RK Puram) , Senior School (Saket)

August 9, 2016

July 30, 2016

Gurgaon School Admissions 2017-18

Each year parents queue up in front of schools armed with some little information about the reputation of the school, a form and some sort of formal payment just to be able to enter the hallowed portals that will take their tender toddlers to success in the world. However, for the academic session 2017-18 schools in gurgaon have started nursery admission in a departure from the schedule followed last year, leaving parents confused. The admission process, which usually commences around mid-August, has already started in some schools and others are also expected to start the process soon. Parents complain that absence of an academic calendar for schools in Gurgaon is landing them in troubles.
Schools such as The HDFC School, The Millennium School, Delhi Public School Sushant Lok, Lotus Valley International School and Kunskapskollan have already started their admission process. Scottish High International, Ridge Valley School will open the registration process on August 1. Other schools, including DPS Sector 45 and Ryan International School, are also likely to start the process by mid-August.
Education experts suggest that the early start of admission by some schools is due to growing competition among them. A large part of the issue in nursery admissions is around school autonomy. Delhi seems to be leading this battle, but it was pretty much sure that the same issues will travel to other states too. The question here is should schools select their students? Should schools have autonomy in deciding the criteria for admission to their portals. The answer seems to be an obvious yes in case of the private schools.
Every year, more and more schools with better infrastructure and technology come ups in Gurgaon. These institutes give a strong competition to the existing ones, which is why schools want to start admission before others. On the other hand, schools say that they have started early admission to give more time to the parents to complete the formalities. However, for the comfort of the parents, the schools are providing forms both offline and online.
In a perfect world there would be enough nursery and school places where all children would join in small groups and be loved and nurtured as they learn. We do not live in a perfect world and there is a shortage of quality education places. From where we are, some competition for scarce seats is inevitable. Even if government schools were up to standard – and there seems to be evidence that many have slipped – there are not enough seats for all.
And the battle continues – what is the best way to allocate nursery seats? Who should get the first chance and who can be left out? Is access to excellence in education a game of chance?

December 22, 2015

Delhi Public School Vasant Kunj - Delhi , Nursery Admission 2016-17

Total no. of seats 200
Number of seats available under General Category 100 (50%)
                                                                                     (98+2seats for children with special needs)
Number of seats available under Management Category 40 (20%)
Number of seats available under Staff Category 10 (05%)
Number of seats available under E.W.S & Disadvantaged Category 50 (25%)


Commencement of admission process 01st January 2016 (Friday)

Commencement of availability of application form for admission 01st January 2016 (Friday)

Last date of submission of application form in school 22nd January 2016 (Friday) till 5.00 P.M

Uploading details of children who apply for admission under open seats 30th January 2016 (Saturday) 5.00 P.M

Uploading marks (as per point system) given to each of the children who applied for admission under open seats 05th February 2016 (Friday) 5.00 P.M

The date for displaying the first list of selected Candidates (including Waiting List) (along with marks allotted under point system) 15th February 2016 (Monday) 5.00 P.M

The date for displaying the second list of selected Candidates (if any) (including Waiting List) (along with marks allotted under point system) 29th February 2016 (Monday) 5.00 P.M

Closure of Admission Process 31/03/2016 (Thursday)

Parameters for Open Seats (other than EWS & Disadvantaged Group) 

Age : 3+ as on 31-03-2016
Date of Birth : 01st April 2012 to 31st March 2013.
(a) Neighbourhood ; 40 points
0-15 Km 40 points
Above 15 Km 00 points
(b) Sibling ; 30 points 30 points will be awarded in case of a real brother / sister currently studying at DPS Vasant Kunj only.
(c) School Alumni ; 20 points For parents who have passed Class X or XII from any DPS (core school) that is owned by the DPS Society.
Father = 10, Mother = 10, both = 20
(d) Gender ; 05 points Girl child / first child
(e) Single Parent ; 05 points Widow / widower / Divorcee

All documents listed below should be produced in original at the time of verification & scrutiny of registration forms. 

Open Seats (other than EWS & Disadvantaged Group)

i) Neighbourhood : 
a) Ration card issued in the name of parents (Mother/Father having name of child).
b) Domicile Certificate of child or of his/her parents.
c) Voter I-Card (EPIC) of any of the parents.
 d) Electricity bill/MTNL telephone bill/Water bill//Passport in the name of any of the parents or child.
e) Aadhaar card/UID card issued in the name of any of the parents.

ii) Sibling :
 Identity Card / Latest Fee Bill of the sibling issued by the school office for 2015-16.

iii) Alumni : 
In case of Alumni, a copy of the passing certificate of AISSCE (Class X / XII) issued by CBSE.

iv) Gender :
Affidavit with regard to first born child as per the given format.

v) Single Parent : 
Valid legal proof of his / her single status (death certificate and undertaking of single status).

vi) Birth Certificate issued by Municipal Corporation (Original Certificate will be submitted in the school).

source: school website

December 21, 2015

Delhi Public School, Rohini Delhi - Nursery Admission 2016-17

Admission to Nursery (Pre School)- Session 2016 - 2017

Total Number of Seats 140
20% Seats for Management Quota  28
25% Seats for EWS Category 35
5% Seats for Staff Children 07

50% Seats for General Category [Open Seats] 70

*2 Seats are reserved for Children with Special Needs

1. Age : 3+ as on 31st March 2016 (Children born between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2013 will be considered)
2. For General Category Candidates
Application forms will be available online between Friday, 1 January 2016 and Friday, 22 January 2016 at

A Pay Order / Draft of Rs 25/- (Rupees Twenty five only) drawn in favour of Delhi Public School- Rohini must be sent to reach Delhi Public School - Rohini, Phase III, Sector - 24, Rohini, New Delhi 110085 latest by Friday, 22 January 2016 along with a print out of the submitted form. Please mention your child’s name and registration number received after submission of the ‘online form’ at the back of the draft/pay order.
Forms received after Friday, 22 January 2016 will not be accepted.

Please keep a print / photocopy of duly filled registration form for future reference.

The following schedule will be observed for Nursery (Pre School Admissions 2016-2017) for Delhi Public School Rohini.

*Commencement of On-line Registration   Friday, 1 January 2016
*On-line Registration closes  Friday, 22 January 2016
*Uploading details of children who apply for admission under open seats Saturday, 30 January 2016
*Uploading marks (as per point system) given to each of the children who applied for admission under open seats Friday, 5 February 2016
*The date for displaying the first list of selected Candidates (including waiting list) (along with marks allotted under points system) Monday, 15 February 2016
*The date for displaying the second list of selected Candidates (If any) (including waiting list) (along with marks allotted under points system) Monday, 29 February 2016
*Closure of admission process Thursday, 31 March 2016

Admission Parameters:

Neighbourhood  40 Points
Sibling 30 Points
DPS Alumni 20 Points
Girl Child / First Born 05 points
Single Parent 05 points
TOTAL 100 points


August 10, 2015

Delhi Public School, Faridabad - Nursery Admissions 2016-17

Registration open for Nursery admissions 2016-17 in Delhi Public School, Mathura Road, Faridabad....

The registration process consists of two steps : 

   Step 1: 
Filling up the form (
fields marked * are mandatory)
   Step 2: 
Registration Fees Payment
Documents Required (Scanned copy) :   
Passport Size Photograph (80% Face Coverage)    2. 
Scanned Copy of Birth Certificate
Click here for more details.

August 8, 2015

Delhi Public School, Sushant Lok - Last date of Submission of Forms for Nursery Admission 2016-17

DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL, Sushant Lok, Gurgaon 



Nursery: 4 years + as on 30th September 2016.


* Attested copy of Birth Certificate from Municipal Corporation
* Photocopy of proof of residence (ration card/ voter ID card /residence
   lease deed/ any other )
* Recent passport size photograph of child and parents (one each).
  Certificate of disability (if any)

Click here  for more details. 

July 14, 2015

Woman Arrested in Delhi Nursery Admission Racket

Police have arrested the daughter of the alleged kingpin of a scam related to nursery schools in Delhi, who was caught posing as the mother of a child and forged documents to secure an admission at Springdales School in Dhaula Kuan.

The arrest brings the police one step closer to unravelling a racket that has brought several top city schools under the scanner. 

The arrested woman, a law student, is the daughter of Gurdeep Singh, who is the alleged mastermind behind the scam and is missing, Police said.

The police have brought in charges of forgery and impersonation against the woman, who is also believed to have been involved in more such admissions.

The scam surfaced last month after the head of one the groups Mukesh Sharma and three others Anil Kumar, Sudama Singh and Dharam Singh were arrested. 

Police have since then busted two more groups and arrested in total nine people, leading them to believe that an organized syndicate is involved in the racket. Several school officials, parents, students, touts, principals are being probed for complicity. 

The Police say there have been hundreds of such admissions in the last two years, where students are passed off as coming from economically weaker sections, and the number may go up substantially. The accused charged anything between 1 lakh and 5 lakh per admission depending on the school and the income of the parents.

Notices have been served to more than a dozen schools wherein police has sought the list of students admitted under the EWS quota and the documents furnished by them.

Well-known institutions like DPS Mathura Road, Rohini and several other DPS schools are being probed along with Bal Bharati Public School Pitampura, GD Goenka School, Modern School, Ryan International.

January 3, 2009

Nursery seats are for sale?

Last year many prominent schools “sold” few seats to various parents and names of these schools are well known to all Delhi parents….I guess….and rates were ranging from Rs. 1,00,000 to Rs. 5,00,000
I was just wondering if anyone of parents have heard any such thing this year as well.
Many have been throwing the names of Amity International, Modern School, Ryan International and also DPS but really no clear evidence have been produced and the reason could be that one who might have paid would not like to expose it as this might put their seat at risk in that school.