Showing posts with label Nursery admission 2019-20. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nursery admission 2019-20. Show all posts

December 28, 2018

Is EWS/DG admissions delayed? - Delhi Nursery Admission

Sanjay Goel, Director of the DoE, said that they will wait for private schools to release their first list of general category students which is scheduled for February 4, 2019, before releasing the EWS/DG candidates’ list.

Delhi’s directorate of education (DoE) will announce the schedule and guidelines for nursery admission to around 1,700 private unaided and recognised schools under the economically weaker sections and disadvantaged groups (EWS/DG) category in the first week of January.

“The notification for EWS/DG admissions is likely to be announced around January 5. There is no point of releasing the notification earlier because private schools will admit general category and EWS/DG students in 3:1 ratio. If we release the selected list of EWS/DG students before the schools release the general category lists, the students will be put on the waitlist,” he said.

As per the right to education (RTE) Act, 25% seats in entry level classes-- nursery, kindergarten (KG) and Class 1---are reserved for the EWS/DG category candidates in all private schools, excluding the minority institutions. Children whose parents earn lower than Rs 1 lakh a year can apply for admission under the category.
According to officials at the DoE, the department is yet to collect the data on exact number of available EWS/DG seats in private schools across the city.

“The deputy district educations (DDEs) officers are assigned this duty. The directorate of education director had also asked officers of all 13 districts to speed up the process,” said an official.

Last year, the directorate of education had announced admissions on 48,122 seats reserved under the EWS/DG category. However, around 13,000 seats were lying vacant till October. The DoE did not disclose the updated data after that.

The admission on these reserved seats is carry out by the DoE centrally. The parents have to fill the forms online after which the directorate of education conduct a computerized lottery to allot seats to the candidates.

(Source: Fareeha Iftikhar Hindustan Times, New Delhi,

December 27, 2018

Important things to know before applying - Nursery Admission 2019-20

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.


No oral test or interviews or discussions can be conducted by any school with kids or with parents.

Criteria and Point System

The nursery admissions take place through a point system. All the Private Unaided Recognized Schools uploading their criteria adopted (including points for each criterion) for admission, You can check the points for schools near you by clinking on this link.

December 26, 2018

Aadhaar Card required for nursery admission? - session 2019-20

UIDAI cautions schools not to insist on Aadhaar for admission

The word of caution from UIDAI comes at a time when admissions to nursery and entry-level classes have just begun in over 1,500 private schools in Delhi.

Aadhaar issuing body UIDAI has asserted that schools cannot make the 12-digit biometric identifier a pre-condition for student admission and warned that doing so will be against the recent order of the Supreme Court. 

The word of caution from UIDAI comes at a time when admissions to nursery and entry-level classes have just begun in over 1,500 private schools in Delhi. However, there have been reports of certain schools insisting on Aadhaar as one of the documents required for admission. The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has said it is aware of the reports that some schools are asking for Aadhaar cards for student admission.


December 22, 2018

33 Delhi Schools Defaulting on Points and Criteria - Nursery Admission 2019-2020

DOE Update (33 Remaining Schools Admission Criteria)
Nursery Admission 2019-2020
(as on 21st December 2018)

There schools (out of total 105 that were issued notice), are yet to make their Criteria and Points available online.

  1. Panchsheel Public School, C- 84 Ekta Vihar (Jhilmil) Delhi - 110095
  2. Rani Sharda Vidya Mandir, St No 12 Vishwas Nagar Delhi - 110032
  3. Green Lite Public School, 5/10 Street No-4 Geeta Colony Delhi-31
  4. Bharat Bharti Public School, U-107 Shakerpur Ext. Delhi
  5. St. Gee Varghesh Public School, Main Road Kalyanvas, Delhi-91
  6. Andhra Education Society, Gazipur (Plot No. 149, Near Shiv Mandi, Pin 110096
  7. Ryan International School, Gharauli, Delhi-96
  8. Lovely Playway School, Patparganj Road, Nirman Vihar Delhi-110092
  9. R.S Public School, Village- Gharoli, Delhi
  10. Kapil Vidya Mandir, Krishna Market, Main Road, Delhi
  11. Shri Saraswati Vihar Public School, Sapt Rishi Marg, Subhash Pak Naven Shadara
  12. Rajdhani Modern School, Burari Road Sant Nagar Delhi
  13. Sant Parmanand Public School, C-112 Majlis Park, Delhi-33
  14. Shanti Devi Public School, Gali No Ii Swatantra Nagar Narela Delhi - 110040
  15. Pole Star School, Kh No 767, Karan Vihar, Opp. Sec 21 Rohini, Delhi 86
  16. J N M International School, D 10, Hari Enclave Aman Vihar New Delhi 86
  17. Mata Balwant Kaur Public School, 33/30 Old Mahavir Nagar New Delhi=-110018
  18. Nihal Singh Public School, K.D. Nagar Nangloi New Delhi-110041
  19. Karturi Model School, F-71 Adhyapak Nagar Nangloi New Delhi-110041
  20. Raja Public School, C-Blk, Chandan Vihar, Nangloi
  21. Saraswati Siksha Mandir, Sri Chand Park Matiala New Delhi-110059
  22. New Holy Public School, Wz 59 D/1, Arya Samaj Road, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi-110059
  23. M.M. Tagore Public School, Sector-7, R. K. Puram, New Delhi
  24. Doon Public School,D1/24 Janak Puri New Delhi-110058
  25. Air Force School Panchwati, 13 Base Repair Depot, Amse, Palam, New Delhi
  26. Jesus & Mary Public School, C-1/22-23 Vijay Enclave Vinod Puri New Delhi - 110045
  27. Guru Harkrishan Model School, Rzg-140/1, Raj Nagar, Part-Ii, Palam Colony, New Delhi
  28. Rajdhani Public School, 484 & 485 Near Sainik Farm Behind B Block Raju Park, New Delhi - 110062
  29. Mount Green Public School, L 1 8/2073/33, Sangam Vihar New Delhi - 62
  30. St Georges School, E -7, Defence Colony, New Delhi - 110024
  31. Ch. Sahib Singh Memorial Public School, L-I-198,Sangam Vihar New Delhi-62
  32. Saifi Public School, L- 57 Abul Fazal Enclave Jamia Nagar New Delhi - 110025
  33. Modern School, Barakhamba Road New Delhi-110001

Special 1268 Seats Available for DG Category - Nursery Admission 2019-20

DOE has issued a fresh updated declaring that special 1268 seats are open for grab under DG category, as they could not be filled from last session. Here is the copy of the notice issued.

Important dates are as below -
1) Online application form available from 22nd December 2018
2) Last date to submit online application is 24th December 2018
3) Date of draw is 26th December 2018

December 7, 2018

🔥 Management Quota Seats - Delhi Nursery Admission (Updated: 7-Dec-18)

🔥 Most Important Questions - Delhi Nursery Admission (Updated: 7-Dec-18)

🙋Today's Question (Updated on 7th Dec 2018) -
Are schools going to block seats under management quota? If yes, how many and what is the procedure to get a seat under management quota?
👉Expert Answer -

How many seats are reserved of total Nursery seats in Delhi schools -
  • 25% seats are reserved for EWS and DG categories (and admission for those seats will be handled by DOE itself), that is for families that belong to Economically Weaker Section, Disadvantaged Group. I personally feel, that's a lot of seats - probably 15% would have been more reasonable, is n't it?
  • 20% seats can be blocked by schools under Management Quota! No further explanation needed :)
  • Well that means, roughly 55% seats would be up for grabs through standard process for general category families. 
    👍Expert Tips & Tricks

    How do you get yourself considered for a seat under management quota?

    • A very tricky question and answer is not as simple as it might appear
    • Yes you can hit for one, if you have direct connects with someone senior in school (Chairman, Principle, Director etc levels)
    • Yes you can get a seat under Nursery Admission management quota but that would need a few diplomatic and careful steps
    • What if an agent approaches you with offer? Well stay away from that, a lot of people are cheated every year by such means.

    💡 Hope you find the information useful, please share feedback and use comments box to send your questions to us, we shall work with experts to get your questions answered! 🙏

    December 4, 2018

    November 28, 2018

    Nursery Admissions Delhi for session 2019-20 to start from Mid Dec.,2018

    Nursery Admissions in private unaided recognized schools of Delhi for session 2019-20

    Nursery Admissions in Delhi for session 2019-20 will start with the schools uploading the criteria and their points on Directorate's website on 14th Dec.2018. Here is the complete schedule.

     ADMISSION SCHEDULE (Important Dates)

     1 Uploading the criteria and their points 14/12/2018 (Friday) 

    2. Commencement of admission process and availability of forms 15/12/2018 (Saturday) 

    3. Last date of submission of application forms in schools 07/01/2019 (Monday) 

    4. Uploading details of children who applied to the school for admission under Open Seats 21/01/2019 (Monday) 

    5. Uploading marks (as per point system) given to each of the children who applied for admission under open seats 28/01/2019 (Monday) 

    6. The date for displaying the first list of selected children 04/02/2019( Monday) (including.Waiting List) (along with marks allotted under point system) 

    7. Resolution of queries of parents, if any (by written/email/ verbal interaction) regarding allotment of points to their wards in the first list. 05/02/2019 to 12/02/2019 

    8. The date for displaying the second list of children ( if any) (including Waiting list) (along with marks allotted under point system) 21/02/2019 (Thursday)

    9. Resolution of queries of parents, if any (by written/email/ verbal interaction) regarding allotment of points to their wards in the second list. 22/02/2019 to 28/02/2019 

    10. Subsequent list of admission, if any 15/03/2019 (Friday) 

    11. Closure of admission process 31/03/2019 (Sunday)