Showing posts with label Nursery Admissions 2018-19. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nursery Admissions 2018-19. Show all posts

March 3, 2018

Kendriya Vidyalayas - Class 1, Nursery Admissions Open!

The admission to Class I in Kendriya Vidyalayas is set to begin from Thursday and will continue till March 19, while admissions for Class II and above will be held from April 2 to 9.

While registration for Class II and above will be conducted only if vacancies exist in the respective classes, admission forms for Class XI will be available as soon as the CBSE result is declared, depending on vacancies in the KVs.

As per the guidelines, preference will be given to the wards of current and former servicemen in all KVs. An upper age limit has also been set for applicants of all classes — with 5-7 years set for students of Class I; Class X students applying for admission must be between 14 and 16 years, as per the guidelines. All ages will be counted as on March 31, though an applicant born in April 1 will also be considered.

Meanwhile, an age relaxation of 2 years has been granted to students with disabilities, should the principal deem fit.

The KVs also have reservations for SC/ST candidates in all fresh admissions. Besides this, the 25% reservation for EWS students, as mandatory under the RTE has also been earmarked. For differently-abled students another 3% of total seats has been ear marked.

Source: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/education/news/nursery-admissions-kv-intake-from-today/articleshow/63118974.cms

December 27, 2017

Delhi Nursery Admission 2018-19: Neighborhood gets max points....



As per the Directorate of Education, Delhi Nursery Admissions for the academic year 2018-19 would start from today, December 27. As per the official notification, the schools are to upload the nursery admission criteria on their official website by today. Parents would be allowed to check the point base criteria on the school website and apply on the website. The applications for Delhi Nursery Admissions 2018 would start from December 27, 2017, and end on January 17, 2018. Almost all the top schools in the city have listed neighborhood as the top criteria with a maximum number of points, with many schools giving 40-60 points for the proximity to the school. The second largest criteria seem to be a sibling in the school, which would help you with about 27 - 30 points.

The top criteria in the point based system include alumni, girl child, single parent. with own transport, two generation alumni apart from neighborhood and siblings. There are separate points if the child is eldest, second or third child. Also, if a child knows a 4th language and can read, write or speak, he or she would be granted additional points by Sardar Patel Vidyalaya. Delhi Public Schools would give you points if both the parents are alumni of the school while Modern Vasant Vihar is offering additional points if three or more generation alumni from the school are part of the child's family - following the trend with most of the private/ Ivy League institutions in the west. 

Not all is questionable though. Some schools have extended their points system to include additional 5 - 10 points for children with special needs and disability. Some schools have even added points for children with disabled parents. Girl Child has also gotten an extra push with many schools awarding 5 to 10 points for the girl child. Kids of the staff would also get additional points in Tagore International Schools. 

Please note that this year, in spite of the suggestion, there is no upper age limit for nursery admissions. Schools have, however, been directed to have a minimum age limit of 3, 4 and 5 for admissions to nursery, kindergarten and class1 respectively. The details of the application would be released by February 1, 2018, and the first allotment list by February 15. Please note, this year, about 7 days would be given to parents for grievance redress as opposed to the 2 days given in 2017 admissions. 

All interested in applying for nursery admissions are informed that as per the High Court ruling, parents' habits, educational qualification and ethnicity cannot be considered as criteria. The complete list of criteria which cannot be included is available online. However, minority institutions are allowed to add various criteria regarding parent's eating and drinking habits. Also note, all schools are required to conduct the allotment by means of a draw of lots which would be done in presence of the parents. The draw of lots is also mandated by DoE to be video graphed



source: timesnownews.com

December 23, 2017

BREAKING! "NAD Points Checker" - Nursery Admission Delhi 2018 Exclusive!

Nursery Admission Delhi (NAD) 2018-19 Exclusive! 
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December 21, 2017

Latest DOE Order Dec 2017 - Simplified and Explained in 3 Steps!

DOE Order 19th Dec 2017 - Simplified and Explained in 3 Steps!

New DOE Delhi order dated 19th Dec 2017 issued for Nursery Admissions in Delhi for session 2018-2019 is the best in the recent past years, and here we have simplified this for you -



Step I) This new circular is applicable only for -
  • All families except Economically Weaker Section (EWS) and Disadvantaged Group (DG) categories
  • Private, Unaided and Recognized Schools of Delhi, including Private Schools that ARE constructed on DDA land 
  • Schools that are NOT run by government
Step II) In short - 

  • GOOD NEWS! - This order is applicable for nearly all Private Schools of Delhi (almost)
  • MORE GOOD NEWS! - 55% seats are open for Aam Public :)
  • Point System -
    • All schools will have neighborhood/distance as main criteria (not in order but obvious)
    • Other key criteria that are expected to play major role are -
      • First born/girl child
      • Siblings
      • Alumni
      • Transfer/adoption cases
      • Special proficiency of parents 
      • School transport
Step III) BAD news. Order has many loopholes!
  • 25% seats of reserved for EWS and DG categories (and admission for those seats will be handled by DOE itself), which is alright!
  • 20% seats can be blocked by schools under Management Quota! Aha, so 20% seats school management can fiddle with (ye public hai sab jaanti hai).

Source: http://www.edudel.nic.in/

Nursery Admissions Delhi 2018-19 - Important things to know before applying


The Directorate of Education (DoE) has announced that nursery admission process in 1,700 various schools in the city, for 75 per cent of the seats, will begin next week on December 27. For the remaining 25 per cent seats, reserved for students belonging to the Economically Weaker Section/ Disadvantaged (EWS/DG) category, the admission will be conducted centrally by the government. The application form for the same will be available till December 17.


The first list will be uploaded on February 15.



Documents valid as proof of address

Some of indicative documents which can be considered as proof of residence of parents/child;
(a) Ration Card/Smart 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.


Age limit
There is no upper age limit to be followed this year. Lower age limit for admission to Pre-school(Nursery), Pre-Primary(KG) and Class-l, shall be three years, four years and five years respectively by 31st March of the year in which admission is being sought in accordance with DoE order

No oral test or interviews


Point system

The nursery admissions take place through a point system. All the Private Unaided Recognized Schools shall upload their criteria adopted (including points for each criterion) for admission under Open Seats at Entry Level Classes (Other than EWS/DG category scats) for the academic session 2018-19 on website www.edudel.nic.in. The said information must be uploaded by 26/12/2017.

December 19, 2017

FINAL Admission Schedule/Dates - Nursery Admissions 2018-2019

SchoolsWeLike.com brings you straight answers to your Nursery Admission related questions for Session 2018-2019
(LAST UPDATED on 19th Dec)

Here we bring you the FINAL Admission Schedule for Session 2018-2019:

The Nursery Admission Schedule is Announced by DOE on 19th Dec, and the dates are as below -
Action
By
Details Expected Date
School Uploading of admission criteria and points on DOE website
(Click here for exclusive link to expected Points & Criteria)
26-Dec-2017
(but expect delays)
DOE/School Commencement of admission process 27-Dec-2017
School Commencement of availability of admission forms (online or at school) 27-Dec-2017
Parents Last date of submission of filled admission forms (online or at school as applicable for each school) 17-Jan-2018
School Submit marks/points scored by each applicant to DOE 08-Feb-2018
School Publish FIRST list of selected applicants/students 15-Feb-2018
School Publish SECOND list of selected applicants/students 28-Feb-2018
School Publish FINAL list of selected applicants/students 15-Mar-2018
SchoolClosure of admission process31-Mar-2018


Also check our other post "All You Need to Know : Nursery Admissions 2018-19" for a ready summary of what you need to know for Nursery Admissions in Delhi

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December 17, 2017

All You Need to Know : Nursery Admissions 2018-19 (Revised!)

Delhi has over 1700+ Schools, and 1,25,000 Seats are at offer from 1st Jan 2018, for session 2018-2019

Key Updates
(updated on 21st Dec)
  1. Admissions open for Nursery, KG/Pre-Primary, Grade 1 for Session 2018-2019
  2. Age Criteria -
    1. Kids of age 3 years and above will be eligible for Nursery/Pre-School
    2. Kids of age 4 years and above for Pri-Primary/KG
    3. Kids of age 5 years and above for Class 1
  3. Admission Schedule - Want to know important admission dates/schedule? Check "Important Dates - Nursery Admissions 2018-2019" Post.
  4. CLICK HERE to go to POINTS and CRITERIA Search Engine (2018-2019)

WE WILL BE PUBLISHING THE LATEST POINTS/SELECTION CRITERIA for EACH SCHOOL ON OUR PORTAL WWW.SCHOOLSWELIKE.COM  - STAY TUNED!

December 2, 2017

Nursery admission 2018-2019: Admission Process to Begin Soon

Nursery admission 2018-2019: Admission Process to Begin Soon

Seeking admission in Delhi is a challenge and as expected the Nursery Admissions for 2018-2019 Session is expected to start soon.

The process of admissions would start with Admission Forms, that would be available at schools, or on school websites very soon. Govt is determined to streamline the process starting this year by introducing some new guidelines, that would not only help parents but also the schools.

Stay connected to for more realistic views, updates on Nursery Admissions Delhi 2018

November 7, 2017

The admission schedule for Nursery Admissions Delhi for session 2018-19 is expected to be issued by early December.

Delhi govt unlikely to change rules for admission to nursery class

The Delhi government is not likely to make changes to the rules for nursery admissions in the next academic session, allowing each private school to finalize guidelines on its own, officials in the state education department said on Monday.
The admission schedule for over 1,700 recognized private unaided schools, which offer approximately 1.25 lakh seats in nursery every year, is expected to be issued by early December.
Government officials said the decision not to intervene would avoid potential legal challenges, which have usually followed alterations to guidelines and prolonged the admission process in previous years.
“This time, we want to bring the admission schedule for all private unaided schools at one go. There will be no different guidelines or schedules issued for schools on government land. Schools will decide their own criteria,” a top official in the Delhi education department told Hindustan Times.
In January this year, the Delhi government issued a notification asking 298 top schools built on Delhi Development Authority land to make residential proximity the primary criterion for new admissions.
According to the notification, applicants living within one kilometer of the school would be given preference. If there were seats left, admissions would be given to applicants living between one and three kilometers of the school, and if the seats were still not filled, to students living between three and six kilometers of the school. The guidelines also abolished the management quota in these schools.
The notification was immediately challenged by the association for private schools on the grounds that it violated their autonomy. The Delhi high court ordered a stay, but the confusion lingered for weeks. The application process, which was to finish in January, was finally completed in mid-February.
The case is still in court and the next date of hearing has been set for January 16, 2018.
The high court also told the government to make any changes in the guidelines for the next session at least three months before admissions were schedule to begin. That deadline has passed.
When told that the government was not likely to intervene this year, SK Bhattacharya, president of the Action Committee for Unaided Recognised Private School, said his body would welcome the move.
“The government needs to keep a balance between autonomy of private schools and transparency. If this is happening, it will ensure parents don’t face any confusion due to last minute changes.”
As things stand, residential proximity to the school carries the highest weight for new admissions to most institutions. The radius, however, varies from school to school. Other criteria include preference for girls, for candidates who have siblings in the same school, for children of alumni, and for students with a single parent. A total of 100 points are divided between these criteria in different proportions.
A Delhi government official said that the education department would meet over the next two days to finalize the admission schedule.
Even if no changes are made to guidelines, the official stressed, all schools will have to abide by an earlier government order that abolished 51 admission criteria considered “discriminatory”. These included oral tests, interviews, achievements of parents, non-smoking parents, and vegetarian parents.

source: hindustantimes.com

August 17, 2017

Shiv Nadar School Gurgaon - Nursery Admissions 2018-19

Important dates for Nursery Admissions 2018-19:

1. Online Registration and Form Submission: 17th August (10:00 AM) - 19th August (04:00 PM)

2. Offline Form Hard copy Submission at the school: 21st August-23rd August from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

3. Lottery : 26th September



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To access the detailed Admission Process

https://shivnadarschool.edu.in/website/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/AdmissionProcess_ShivNadarSchool.pdf

August 2, 2017

Navodaya Vidyalaya Delhi - Nursery Admission 2018 Open

राजधानी दिल्ली में एक बार फिर नर्सरी दाखिले की दौड़ शुरू हो गई है। अभिभावकों के पास अपने बच्चों का दाखिला दिलाने के लिए 19 सितंबर तक का मौका है। शिक्षा निदेशालय ने अपने सर्वोदय स्कूलों में नर्सरी से कक्षा पांच तक के लिए दाखिला प्रक्रिया फिर से शुरू कर दी है, जिसके तहत इन कक्षाओं में रिक्त पड़ी सीटों में दाखिला दिया जाएगा।

अभिभावक 19 सितंबर तक स्कूल में जाकर आवेदन कर सकते हैं। निदेशालय के एक अधिकारी ने बताया कि कई सर्वोदय स्कूलों में नर्सरी से 5वीं तक कई सीटें रिक्त हैं। दाखिले के संबंध में संबंधित स्कूलों को निर्देश जारी कर दिए गए हैं।

गौरतलब है कि दिल्ली सरकार के शिक्षा निदेशालय ने इस शैक्षणिक सत्र से ही सर्वोदय स्कूलों में नर्सरी कक्षाएं शुरू की हैं। कुछ स्कूलों की नर्सरी कक्षाओं को दिल्ली सरकार ने निजी स्कूल की तर्ज पर तैयार कराया है।

इन कक्षाओं में दाखिले के लिए निदेशालय ने अप्रैल में ऑनलाइन आवेदन प्रक्रिया शुरू की थी। कंप्यूटर आधारित ड्रॉ के बाद बच्चों को दाखिला दिया गया था।
(source: http://www.jagran.com)

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July 29, 2017

Ridge Valley School, Gurgaon - Admission Open for Session 2018-2019

Admission Open for Session 2018-2019


Ridge Valley School, Gurgaon is inviting applications for admissions for session 2018-19 for Pre-Primary and Nursery classes. 

The admission process for the next academic session (2018-19) is commencing from Tuesday, 1 August 2017

Eligibility: Children who have completed 3 years as on 31st March 2018 are eligible for admission to Nursery (Date of birth between 1st April 2013 and 31th March 2014)

Admission Process: 
  • You can register online or visit school reception to collect Admission forms. 
  • We will be following first come first serve basis for admissions
  • The admission process formalities, including the document verification and fee payment will be completed on the spot. 
Fill up online form here to initiate the process. CLICK HERE for link to online form.

Please ensure that you complete the formalities at the earliest to avail “Early Bird “ waiver  of 15% on Admission Fee . Also there is a sibling discount of 10% on Tuition fee/quarter for the 2nd child.

For any admission related queries kindly connect to our Admission Counsellor at 9650090345 or mail to admission@ridgevalleyschool.com

This school is one of the top rated schools in Gurgaon by parents, so we strongly recommend you checking this out!  


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:

Gurgaon Admission Rules/Criteria Not Clear - Nursery Admissions Gurugram 2018-2019

Nursery Admissions Gurgaon 2018-2019 - Update

Parents in Gurgaon are in a fix over the lack of clarity on admissions to nursery classes, with the new academic session about to start. Parents have claimed that like every year, this year too, schools have decided to start the nursery admission procedure on different dates. According to parents, unlike Delhi, the absence of a regulatory body for Gurgaon schools has allowed them to continue with this practice.

Source: TOI (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/noida/nursery-race-on-but-no-clarity-on-norms-parents/articleshow/59673864.cms)