Admission Instructions

Admission to Pre-Primary Classes

Nursery Age 3 years+

L.K.G. Age 4 years+

U.K.G. Age 5 years+

Primary & Secondary Classes

Admission to classes | to IX will be granted subject to availability of vacant seats and qualifying the entrance test by the students. Registration does not guarantee admission.

Senior Secondary Classes

A student who has qualified the Xth standard with minimum 50% marks or at least C grade Will be eligible for admission in 11‘“Standard Science (Nonmedical) and Commerce Stream after qualifying the entrance test and availability of vacant seats

No direct admission is allowed in 12th Standard


Parents are required to give one month's advance written notice to the school authorities for the withdrawal of their children. The Transfer Certificate is issued only after the school's clues have been cleared for the complete academic session.

Non-Medical Group: English, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Physical Education, W.E.

Medical Group: English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education, W.E.

Commerce Group: English, Maths/Economics , Physical Education, Business Studies, Accountancy and Work Experience

Humanity Group: English, Hindi, Maths, History, Physical Education, Music, lP, Painting

  1. The academic session is from the 1st April to the 31st March.
  2. Advanced registrations are compulsory for the new admission to the school. Admission fee is to be deposited within a week of the Admission Test, failing in doing so the admission will be cancelled and the seat is declared vacant.
  3. It must be noted that mere registration does not guarantee admission, which will chiefly depend on the combined test given at the time of admission. This consists of a common Written Test to assess. the suitability of the pupil for a particular class. The Written Test is followed by the Personality and Physical-cum-Medical fitness tests.
  4. The School Authority reserves the exclusive right to decide the class to which a pupil can be admitted.


  1. The Principal reserves the right to cancel the admission of a student whose performance and progress in studies are unsatisfactory or whose conduct is harmful to the interest and prestige of the institution.
  2. A student who fails in the same class twice will automatically be removed from the rolls of the school.
  3. Any student caught using unfair means during an examination will not be retained on the school rolls.
  4. In case a student stops attending the school without any prior information to the school authorities, his/her name will be struck off from the school rolls after six consecutive days of absence


  1. Proof of the Date of Birth from the Municipality or any other competent authority
  2. Mark sheet of the previous class
  3. SLC/T C issued by the school last attended
  4. Migration Certificate, if any
  5. School/Board Registration Number, if any
  6. Four copies of the passport-size photographs of the child and one photo /each of the parent and the guardian or the person authorised to visit the child on their behalf.

Note: Particulars of a child will remain the same as mentioned in the SLC issued by the previous school according to the CBSE rules