Showing posts with label Nursery admission 2016-2017. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nursery admission 2016-2017. Show all posts

August 10, 2015

HDFC School,Gurgaon - Nursery Admissions 2016-17

Admission Guidelines for Academic Session 2016-2017

Admissions open for Pre-nursery, Nursery, Kindergarten, Class I, Class II, Class III, Class IV and Class V

Age Criteria

Entry Age (as on March 31, 2016)
PRE-NURSERY 2 yrs 4 months
NURSERY 3 yrs 4 months
KINDERGARTEN 4 yrs 4 months

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August 9, 2015

Panel needed to regulate admissions in Gurgaon

There is a growing clamour for the formation of a district-level committee to streamline nursery admissions in the city, in the wake of irregularities in the admission calendar, refund policy and age criterion.

According to parents, nursery admissions in most private unaided schools in the city start in August, which puts a lot of pressure on them to get the child admitted to a school early. Besides, schools follow different policies for the refund of booking amount and many schools don't provide a break-up of the fee.

"The booking amount in most of the schools is as high as Rs 40,000. Also, parents don't get any break-up of the fee structure before March," said Sanjana Khurana, a resident of Sector 57 and a mother of a three-year-old boy.

"While many schools take the cut-off age as two and a half years in nursery, some have set the benchmark at three years," said Gaurav, another parent.

A district-level committee, comprising parents, officials from the district education office and private schools, was formed by the district administration for higher education a couple of months ago.

"Unlike Delhi, there is no regulatory body for nursery admissions. Forming a committee to set up certain guidelines for nursery admission is certainly a good idea," committee member Gauri Sarin said. Deputy commissioner T L Satyaprakash, however, expressed helplessness saying, "The government doesn't have any specific mandate for nursery admissions in private schools."


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)

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August 7, 2015

SALWAN PUBLIC SCHOOL GURGAON - Registration Open for Nursery Admissions 2016-17

Registrations open for Pre-Nursery, Nursery and KG admission for session 2016-17

Dates & Time of Registration

Pre Nur, Nur & KG 1st - 28th August 2015 from 11:00 a.m to 03:00 p.m

Age criteria for Registration:
As on 30th September 2016

3 Years for Pre-Nursery
4 Years for Nursery

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August 5, 2015

G. D. GOENKA PUBLIC SCHOOL Nursery Admission 2016-2017

ADMISSION PROCESS AND POLICY  for Academic Session 2016 – 2017 Nursery - Class XI 

AGE CRITERIANursery: Minimum Age is 3+ as on 31.03.2016
KG: Minimum Age is 4+ as on 31.03.2016
Class I: Minimum Age is 5+ on 31.03.2016
Pre Nursery: Minimum Age is 2+ as on 31.03.2016 – Malibu Towne & DLF Phase II

ADMISSION POLICY Admission is being granted on first come first serve basis, till the availability of seats.
 There shall be no interaction with the student for admission into classes Nursery to VIII.
 For classes I to XI, complete academic transcripts of the previous two completed classes of the
student must accompany the application form.
 Entrance test for students applying for grade IX and XI.
 For the benefit of parents, the valid registrations shall be invited for an interaction with the
Principal to share the vision, mission and philosophy of the school and define expectations of each

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Eligibility Criteria : Age between 03 and 04 years as on 31 March 2016.

Admission Schedule
Advertisement in Newspaper 29 Aug 2015 and 30Aug 2015 (Sat & Sun)
(The Times Of India & Navbharat Times)
Commencement of availability of
admission forms 31 Aug – 10 Sep 2015 (on all working days)
Timings : 08.00 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. only

Criteria for Award of Points
1Neighbourhood up to 08 Km70
All the Applicants up to 08 Kms (Aerially or Distance by road) will be considered for admission.  If the application are excess in number, draw of lots will be made.  The distance slabs for various Sectors in Noida shall be available on the school website.
Points will be allocated on the following criteria.
S No.Distance in KMPoints
10 – 370
24 – 665
36 – 860
2Sibling Studying in School20
A child whose brother or sister is studying in the school will get the benefit under sibling criterion.  Cousins will not get the said benefit. 
3Parent Alumni of the School5
It is clarified that the school will decide at their own level the criterion / parameters for admission under ‘Parent Alumni Category’.
4.School specific parameters 05

Distribution of Seats (in terms of percentage)

Total Number of Seats - 184

1.EWS & DG Category students
(Children belonging to Creamy layer – DG Group will come under the ambit of Fee Payment)
46 (25%)
2.Staff Wards
Unfilled seats in this category will spill over to open seats
3.For Noida Authority Employees
(On recommendation of CEO only)
4.Open seats127

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August 4, 2015

Delhi Public School Gurgaon - Pre-Nursery and Nursery Admissions 2016-2017

Pre Nursery and Nursery Admissions

Pre-Nursery: 3+ as on 30th Sept. 2016
Nursery: 4+ as on 30th Sept. 2016


Ratio 1:1- Boy: Girl

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August 2, 2015

Blue Bells Public School, Gurgaon - Nursery Admissions 2016-17

Registration for admission to Nursery to IX is open. Important thing to note that its open for siblings category only

Registrations for siblings to Classes Nursery to IX of Blue Bells Public School for the new academic session 2016-2017 will commence w.e.f August 01 to August 08, 2015.  
Interested parents may contact the School Reception between 9.00 am and 3.00 pm (only on working days) for Registration formalities.
Note: Sibling category is exclusively for the child’s brother and sister. Cousins will not be entertained in this category.

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July 27, 2015

Siblings are getting priority in Nursery Admissions Gurgaon for session 2016-17

Siblings are getting priority in Nursery Admissions Gurgaon for session 2016-17

Admission process has begun in many schools in Gurgaon. This time many schools are giving priority to siblings. Lotus Valley International School Gurgaon will start its admission process from 30th July. First two days i.e 30th and 31st July are booked only for Siblings Category. Admission date for remaining seats will be declared through advertisement pertaining to Pre-Nursery and Nursery in The Times of India and Hindustan Times sometime in August 2015. 

Nursery Admissions 2016-17 in Gurgaon begin at a two day fair....

Admissions to nursery classes in city schools for the 2016-17 academic session began with Schoolex — a two-day exhibition that ended Sunday. More than 9,000 parents visited the fair. Many admitted they were surprised by proactive schools, who were willing to offer admissions ad lib.

Vijay Aggarwal, a parent and Sector 56 resident, said, "I got interested in two of the participating schools, but was taken aback when I learnt they were offering admissions on the spot. I thought I should postpone the decision until I do more research."

The schools, however, said they were only offering on-the-spot registrations and not admissions. "We were not offering admissions, but inviting parents to visit the school and then take a decision," said a representative of Kunskapsskolan School, DLF I.

July 24, 2015

Nursery Admissions 2016-2017 in Gurgaon will end up early this time.....

गुड़गांव में सोमवार से नर्सरी एडमिशन की भागदौड़ शुरू हो गई। इस बार नर्सरी एडमिशन अपने समय से एक महीने पहले ही शुरू हो रहे हैं। अमूमन एडमिशन अगस्त के अंतिम सप्ताह से शुरू होते हैं। लेकिन कुछ स्कूल 1 अगस्त से एडमिशन शुरू करने जा रहे हैं।
दिल्ली-एनसीआर में नर्सरी एडमिशन सबसे पहले गुड़गांव में ही शुरू होते हैं। क्लासेज अप्रैल 2016 में लगेंगी लेकिन एडमिशन की प्रक्रिया इस बार स्कूल अगस्त तक पूरी कर देंगे। अगस्त के मध्य तक सभी स्कूल अपनी लिस्ट निकालने की तैयारियां कर रहे हैं। सेशन से 7 महीने पहले एडमिशन प्रक्रिया शुरू करने का विरोध पिछले कई साल से लगातार हो रहा है। लेकिन हरियाणा स्तर पर नर्सरी एडमिशन को लेकर कोई क्लियर गाइडलाइंस नहीं है।
25 अगस्त को लगेगा एजुकेशन फेयर
डीपीएस सुशांत लोक स्कूल में एडमिशन विंडो मंडे से शुरू हो चुकी है। पहले ही दिन यहां प्रॉस्पेक्टस के लिए काफी इंक्वायरी आनी शुरू भी हो गईं। वहीं, 25 जुलाई से 45 से अधिक स्कूल एडमिशन से जुड़े फेयर स्कूलेक्स में ही अपनी एडमिशन प्रक्रिया शुरू कर देंगे। वहीं, स्कूलेक्स की आयोजक मुग्धा अरोड़ा ने बताया कि पिछली बार स्कूलेक्स का आयोजन 9 व 10 अगस्त को किया गया था। लेकिन इस बार एडमिशन की प्रक्रिया जल्दी हो गई है, तो इसका शेड्यूल भी जल्दी किया है। इस बार 25 व 26 अगस्त को ही इस एडमिशन फेयर का आयोजन कर रहे हैं।
कुछ स्कूल नहीं लगेंगे फेयर में हिस्सा

July 15, 2015

10-year jail for Schools Interviewing kids or parents for Admissions for Nursery admissions (Delhi)

AAP Govt. is planning to introduce the Delhi School Education (Amendment) Bill 2015.

School authorities interviewing a child or his or her parents for admission to nursery classes could face imprisonment of up to 10 years if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in Delhi has its way. With an aim to make existing rules strict to prevent arbitrariness of private schools in nursery admissions, the Arvind Kejriwal government is planning to introduce the Delhi School Education (Amendment) Bill 2015.
The draft of the proposed Bill suggests that at an entry level in pre-primary and pre-school, where children are below the age of six, schools should neither interview a child nor his or her parents. "Any person or school violating the admission rules should be punished with imprisonment for a term which shall not be less than five years but which may extend up to 10 years. The punishment may vary provided that the court may, for any adequate and special reason to be recorded in writing, impose a sentence of imprisonment for a term, which may be less than five years," it said.
There are 1100 government-run schools and 1500 private schools in Delhi. Another draft Bill being debated is on the regulation of collection of fee by unaided private schools in the national capital. "The government shall constitute a committee for the purpose of determination of fee for any standard or course of study in unaided private schools," reads the proposed draft.

July 14, 2015

AAP's draft bill bans schools from interviewing kids for nursery admissions

A draft bill submitted to the Aam Aadmi Party government could change the way nursery admission is conducted in the Capital. 
The proposal, drafted by Delhi-based NGO Social Jurist's president Ashok Aggarwal, was submitted to the government on June 29 and suggested barring schools from interviewing a child for pre-primary and preschool, where children are below the age of six, and also his/her parents. The Arvind Kejriwal government is planning to introduce the Delhi School Education (Amendment) Bill 2015, wherein school authorities interviewing a child or parents for admission to nursery class will face an imprisonment of up to 10 years. As per the Right to Education (RTE) Act, no school shall, while admitting a child, subject the child or the parents to any screening procedure. The Act also guarantees free and compulsory elementary quality education to all children aged between 6 and 14.
"There are many schools that flout the RTE rules and conduct personal interviews of children as well as their parents. We have proposed to the government to make the existing rules more stringent so that no school can defy the guidelines," Ashok Aggarwal told Mail Today.
The punishment may vary provided that the court, for any adequate and special reason to be recorded in writing, imposes a sentence of imprisonment for a term, which may be less than five years, it said. There are 1,100 government-run schools and 1,500 private schools in Delhi. "The government shall constitute a committee for the purpose of determination of fee for any standard or course of study in unaided private schools," reads the proposed draft.
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