Showing posts with label forms. Show all posts
Showing posts with label forms. 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 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 19, 2017

    FINAL Admission Schedule/Dates - Nursery Admissions 2018-2019 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 -
    Details Expected Date
    School Uploading of admission criteria and points on DOE website
    (Click here for exclusive link to expected Points & Criteria)
    (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)


    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

    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:

    August 16, 2015

    Emerald Convent School, Faridabad - Nursery Admissions 2016

    Admissions Open for Nursery and All classes for session 2016-2017 

    Registration forms are available as below:
    Dates: Starting from 7th September 2015 (from 08:00 AM to 02:00 PM)
    Venue: Reception Counter (click here to find Emerald Convent School, Faridabad address, location, route etc)

    Age criteria:
    Age Criteria for Pre-nursery, Nursery and KG 
    Pre Nursery: 2+ years
    Nursery: 3+ years
    KG:- 4+ years

    Other Admission Criteria:
    Pre-Nursery and Nursery - An informal interaction with the child and the parents at school

    Documents required at the time of registration:

    • Attested copy of Birth Certificate for Pre-Nursery and Nursery
    • Report card of previous class attended for KG to XI.
    Documents required at the time of interaction at school:

    • Parents must bring certificates of their educational qualification

    Documents required at the time of admission:

    • Both parents' educational qualification certificates
    • 3 passport size colour photographs of the student
    • 1 passport size colour photographs of both the parents
    • Photocopy of birth certificate of student
    • Photocopy of report card of the previous classes/grades
    • Transfer certificate (if applicable)

    Admission Procedure: The admission form is to be duly filled and deposited with the necessary documents (above mentioned) along with the admission fee. The decisions of the school admission committee would be final.

    (Reference: school website)

    Click Here for details about Scottish High International School, it's location, address, contact information, ratings, and reviews.

    Noble High School, Gurgaon - Admissions Open 2016-2017

    This school appears to be new in the area as we could not find much details on their website, so beware!!

    Noble High School, Gurgaon - Admissions are open for session 2016-2017

    Click Here for details about Noble High School, Gurgaon, it's location, address, contact information, ratings, and reviews.

    Scottish High International School, Gurgaon - Nursery Admissions 2016

    Nursery Admissions (and senior classes) Admissions Open:

    Venue: SHIS School Reception
    Form Charges: Rs. 2,000/- in cash (non-refundable)
    Dates of Form Issue: Thursday 20th August’15 - Saturday 22nd August’15 (between 10am to 2pm)
    Date of Form Submission: Monday 24th August’15 from 10am to 3pm

    Seats Availability: First come first served basis (if all the necessary requirements are met, and it is at the sole discretion of the School Management)

    Preferences: Siblings of Scottish High International School will be given first preference

    Pre-requisites at the time of form submission:

    • Copy of Birth Certificate
    • Copy of the last report card (applicable for grade II and above)
    • 2 passport size photographs of the child 
    • One passport size photograph each of the parent
    • Duly filled form with signature of both the parents on the form
    (Reference: school website)

    Click Here for details about Scottish High International School, it's location, address, contact information, ratings, and reviews.

    September 13, 2009

    Admissions Starting Early? Do we really have a problem!?

    I was reading the article published today in HT (Hindustan Times) - "Forms Already on Sale in Select Delhi Schools", and I was wondering why we (read parents and media/reporters) do not try to learn the basics of admissions. Probably every year this admission mela brings new bloggers, reporters and of course new parents as well who are confused, lost in this mela and are not able to decide where to go and how to get out of it with ease, after all what every parent want is a seat in good school in neighbourhood for their kid.

    Section 9 (C) of DoE guidelines clearly gives school an option to adopt their own schedule for admission - the only requirement is that such schools must intimate the schedule to Education Director - that's it! So what are we talking about here - we surely need to understand DoE guidelines.

    In my opinion this should be seen as good move (may not be the best move though), that some school are starting early as this give me as a parent some benefit as I will have less schools to chase during rush hours later when rest of them start selling forms, and if I as a parent know that this is one of the schools (the one that have started early) that I am looking for then why not to fill the form and go ahead with admission. I might want to try another basis if I got the admission in this school or not.

    I also co-relate this with general job interviews for freshers, I always suggest them to go for any interview that comes there way - you might not like that company but that would give you some experience in terms of how to face interview panel, what are my weak areas, what are the things that need to work on and this would prepare me better for next round coming up late in this year.

    ....and dear parents I urge that lets start thinking positive. It's third year since the new guidelines were released thing little positive and lets not get confused by all this. I strongly recommend "Parent's Handbook - Nursery Admission in Delhi" book to all parents that would not only walk you through the key rules and regulations in a simplified manner but would also give you clear directions on how to take all this stress with ease and make a decision that is successful for you and your  kid. Did I mention that regardless of this book being one of its kind guide that is ever written this book is being distributed FREE of cost to all parents!

    Let's beware and be aware as well. Right information at right time can be so rewarding but let's recognize that we need to know what's right and what's wrong. I wish I could personally distribute the books to every parent in Delhi but unfortunately I do not have what kind of resources.

    I wish I could fly... :)